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#3 - "Pound her directly in the cunt" 14 hours ago on Right in the pussy -2
#5 - just imagine the death screen "Nigga you dead" 14 hours ago on african souls 0
#1 - ha 14 hours ago on Well... -1
#105 - agreed 06/21/2014 on Ed -1
#32 - I fucking hate how the same people that "love" the W…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2014 on (untitled) -1
User avatar #44 - AdamBaum (04/22/2014) [-]
But she is. ATM. Filming isn't set for a couple more years or months last time I checked, so she can bulk up.
#2 - thanks man 03/14/2014 on TLOU:Left Behind Alternate... -1
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User avatar #523 - marston (03/18/2014) [-]
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#56 - Go fuck yourself with a cactus please. 03/04/2014 on obligatory -2
#20 - Point taken. I really don't want to sound all high and mighty,…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/03/2014 on OP goes on a bus ride +2
#26 - anonymous (03/03/2014) [-]
The job of a police officer is to help people - whether people deserve the help should be irrelevant.

I don't think anyone has the job of letting some full-of-themselves old person sit down...but if they do, then that job must suck.

If they're like the person in the green text story, they're lucky they don't get spit on.
User avatar #49 - mookiez (03/04/2014) [-]
He was using that as a metaphor you douche.
#12 - If you're the type of person that doesn't get up for old peopl…  [+] (18 new replies) 03/03/2014 on OP goes on a bus ride -23
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User avatar #18 - karson (03/03/2014) [-]
I don't know, I would give up a seat to anyone if they asked politely, regardless of who they are. If they expected me to give up my seat like I had no choice, I wouldn't give them the seat. fuck people who expect and demand things from other people.

I'm sick of older people who demand respect yet are complete assholes. If I know of something you've done to deserve respect, I would respect you. but if you're just some trashy fat old asshole who has never contributed to society and think the world owes you everything, I won't respect you.
User avatar #46 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
It's not about respect, it's about being a gentleman. I would have stood, it's just the way I was raised. Give your seat to a woman, give your seat to the elderly, give your seat to a child, hell, give your seat to someone who just looks like they've had a rough day, because you've had the good fortune of being a young able-bodied man, and it's not going to kill you to stand, that's what I was always taught. Does that make the boys wrong? No. Does it make the woman any less of a cunt for expecting special treatment? No.
User avatar #53 - mookiez (03/04/2014) [-]
I was taught the same way man. And I agree 99% But if I'm sitting and someone comes over and demands my seat I'm not moving. But Most of the time I stand up if I see someone approaching and ask them if they want it. I go out of the way to help people to, the man that carry's in all those drinks in the little door to the convinant store, it won't kill me to give him 10 minutes of my time and hold the door for him so he can get his job done easily without battling the door and carrying a hundred pounds on a dolly at the same time. I'll go to lowes to get some stuff for my job since I build decks for a living. I see an old man trying to man handle 4x8 sheets of osb board, people looking and no one helping, I'll go help him load his truck up. That is how I am. but if you demand like I owe you then I'm going to ignore you, because if you act that way towards me that means you're being rude and disrespectful towards me. Also my brother in law helps to, last week this old couples field caught fore and the fire department was to lazy to find it, they are trying to sue, But he got our ran to the field and got a shovel and started to put out the fire by smothering it. While breathing smoke the whole time, he did get burned but he managed to get it more controlled and saved the old couples house, the lady told him to hold on and she will get her husband to write him a check, he said not to worry about it. But he's the same way, you don;t demand stuff from some one acting self entitled because that is just being a twat.
User avatar #57 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
No, I agree, no one should demand special treatment, but it sucks to see so many people completely opposed to being a little chivalric. I remember that I had this ridiculous project in highschool called "random acts of kindness." Basically, you had to perform a certain number of kind hearted things for total strangers each day, and record their reaction. Some of my classmates actually found it exceedingly difficult to do! These kids were seriously saying things like "it's awkward to hold the door for someone else" or "if I don't know someone, why would I help them?". I just don't get it.
User avatar #58 - mookiez (03/04/2014) [-]
Chivalry is so rare it is mistaken for flirting. I don't get it either, man. And this problem just keeps getting worse.
User avatar #51 - karson (03/04/2014) [-]
Like I said, I would give it to someone if they asked politely, regardless of who it was. I would maybe even offer. I'm just sick of people who think they're special. I'm from a small close knit community and everybody looks out for one another, until I came to college. I tried being the same person I was back home, but with people in cities or big tows, you give an inch they take a mile, and some of them demand it, with nothing in return being given to you. I've been getting fed up with it lately.

but truth be told, I've taken public transportation about 5 times in my life, and every time, I preferred to stand anyways.
User avatar #54 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
I hear you, the funny thing is that I come from Chicago, so I never really had a sense of community back home, but I still would stand for people on the L, and just try to be generally kind to strangers, carrying that over to my University, even with its 23,000 undergrads, was easy. Yeah, our world is completely devoid of manners sometimes, and I'm not necessarily a "nice" guy, but I've found that just having nice manners are a good way to get a head in life.
User avatar #60 - emokoneko (03/04/2014) [-]
I'm trying to decide if you mean "get ahead in life", or if you have impressed the ladies that much by doing this.
User avatar #61 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
Haha, sorry to get your hopes up, but that was a typo.
User avatar #65 - emokoneko (03/04/2014) [-]
No hopes raised, so no worries. I was just curious.
User avatar #59 - karson (03/04/2014) [-]
oh, I never said I wasn't polite to people. I always help people. That's part of the reason I'm going in to the coast guard this summer, I want to help people. I just can't stand the type of people that think the world revolves around them. I've been 2 hours late on road trips because I would stop on the side of the road and help someone with car issues. I follow the "pay it forward" idea. Even here, I'm still willing to go out of my way to help people. Some people are genuinely thankful for it, and I feel like they would return the favor. But I feel like most of the people here wouldn't return the favor, and it disgusts me.

a girl tried to ride her bike down the curb and ate shit last week, in front of a crowd of at least 100 people going to a from classes. It bothered me a lot that I was the only person to step out of the crowd and help her up. everyone else just ignored her, some even laughed at her, and her eyes started tearing up as she thanked me.
some people are just shit, and it's starting to take a toll on my views on the general population.
User avatar #64 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
I like that, I don't know many people with a calling for the coast guard, bravo. Much of my upbringing came in a military light, so it's Army green for me after college. I know what you mean though, actually just today something similar happened. We have a program "illini Service dogs" as part of our disabilities package for students, and today as I was walking to class, this girl in a wheel chair had a dog break away from her and bolt out into the street. This isn't uncommon, as the dogs are still in training, but everyone just stood there until I ran out and grabbed the dog.
User avatar #70 - karson (03/04/2014) [-]
yeah, in HS I was in the only coast guard jrotc program to exist(and it still is the only one) and I am a descendant of a few light house keepers and life saving service crew members here along the coast of NC, their last name is midgette, there were actually so many midgettes involved in the the programs the coast guard has a ship named after them. and those programs are 2 of the several predecessors of the modern coast guard, so in a way it feels right to join the coast guard. Almost like I was born to do it or something. I respect the army, but where I'm from the army has no presence, except for 5 hours away at Ft. Bragg. Since I'm from north eastern NC, the navy and coast guard have the biggest presence here, with norfolk only being about an hour away, and most navy guys wanting to leave in a safer quite town, plus we're close to Coast guard station elizabeth city, which is the biggest coast air station, mainly because it is a maintenance facility.


Isn't there a theory about people who don't help in situations? like the bystander effect or something like that?
User avatar #71 - admiralshepard (03/04/2014) [-]
I wish my high school had a JROTC program. I love being a Cadet now, but it would have been great back then. And yeah, bystander apathy is generally what it's called. No one wants to claim responsibility through association. Any kind of attention is bad attention, that sort of thing.
User avatar #20 - mrkanyeeast (03/03/2014) [-]
Point taken. I really don't want to sound all high and mighty, but I feel as long as you do what's right, regardless of how the old fart is acting, you should a little bit good knowing you helped someone out, even if they don't see it that way. Bad example, would a good cop not help someone in need because they don't deserve? The somewhat same rules apply
#26 - anonymous (03/03/2014) [-]
The job of a police officer is to help people - whether people deserve the help should be irrelevant.

I don't think anyone has the job of letting some full-of-themselves old person sit down...but if they do, then that job must suck.

If they're like the person in the green text story, they're lucky they don't get spit on.
User avatar #49 - mookiez (03/04/2014) [-]
He was using that as a metaphor you douche.

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