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Nothing to see here, dood, move along.

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#71 - Yeah, that's why it's so stupid, dood. 11/04/2015 on Edgiest shit Ive seen for... 0
#70 - I had forgotten where I heard it, just that that is what ended… 11/04/2015 on Edgiest shit Ive seen for... 0
#46 - Where what dat, dood?  [+] (3 new replies) 11/04/2015 on Shadows 0
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#53 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
tfw no friend, dood
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#54 - secretgiver (11/04/2015) [-]
/user/voiceofredemption
just send friend request and comment on the profile saying you want to be added in friendly
#21 - Well, it does refer to underage boys often in a sexual conte…  [+] (10 new replies) 11/04/2015 on A Shower +11
#34 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
However not real boys
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#35 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
True, which is why I don't have a problem with either s/hota don't want to accidentally mention the user again or lolis since in the end it's not harming any actual children, but in some places you can still get in as much trouble for having cartoon stuff as you would for having real stuff, so censoring it makes sense, dood.
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#55 - shota (11/04/2015) [-]
With the popularity of straight shota I've been getting like 6 mentions a day man.
Don't worry about mentioning me, heh
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#49 - aerosol (11/04/2015) [-]
With how popular /ss/ has become lately, I'm sure he has his mentions turned off.
#37 - thrifty (11/04/2015) [-]
I should not search for things I hear about in FJ comments.

I should really really fucking not do that.
#38 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
Did you look up the lolos and shotos, dood? Are you going to jail now?
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#45 - grpeephole (11/04/2015) [-]
Your a damn prinny you shouldnt have issues with demonic acts you slave!

;)
#46 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
>calling me slave and ending with a winky face
das kinda lood, dood
#39 - thrifty (11/04/2015) [-]
#44 - captchakid (11/04/2015) [-]
#5 - In Texas, you just shoot them, dood.  [+] (2 new replies) 11/04/2015 on Text tha Police! +25
#29 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
When seconds count, help is only minutes away.
#30 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
#19 - *The not being able to see the kids in the dark thing, dood 11/04/2015 on Shadows +1
#18 - I get the whole not being able to see thing, but if the parent…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/04/2015 on Shadows +1
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#19 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
*The not being able to see the kids in the dark thing, dood
#26 - The only justification for punching the lights out of anyone…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/04/2015 on Edgiest shit Ive seen for... +17
#50 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
Can I ask if you were this steadfast in the "violence against peaceful people, even when they're saying fucked up shit, is wrong" during the South Carolina video of the officer throwing the peaceful student across the room?

I only ask because FJ, as it seems will make excuses for everyone but black people.

This teacher called a student "niggardly" or something, and being hit because of it is wrong. - FJ
This student refuses to get off her phone, and being thrown is deserved because "always do exactly what cops say, no matter what, or face violence." - also FJ

I'm with you, stay cool and non-violent. But I did not see anywhere NEAR this outrage for that SC video, except outrage at the student because God forbid a teenager have phone-related angst.
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#81 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
But if it were to come to light that there was no justification for an officer's reaction, then, yes, I would hold them to the same standards I hold people like the kid in the picture, dood.
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#80 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
I'll be honest and I often find myself being more critical of black people being violent than white cops, but only because there's almost always more to the story with the cops, dood. Even in the SC thing, the original story being told was that the cop slammed her on the ground and dragged her away purely for being on her phone, but then more of the story got out and it was actually her hitting the officer first that led to her being forcefully removed from her seat. I try to wait for the whole story before voicing an opinion one way or the other, but I do end up siding with police more often simply because of how often they end up being in the right in the big "police brutality" cases that get media coverage.
#87 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
I do agree with you, but stop saying dood all the fucking time. It sounds plain stupid!
#88 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
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#51 - nowyouknow (11/04/2015) [-]
#28 - blackfacetito (11/04/2015) [-]
I don't think we'll ever agree on the first half as that's a matter of Freedom vs Safety, but the second half I think we have common ground.

I don't think he should go unpunished either. But I do believe that our current prison system will only serve to make him a better criminal rather then rehabilitate him into a productive member of society. He's what? 17? I forget , and I'm a little drunk, but he's young, and he has the ability to change for the better.
A man was wronged due to a young man's ignorance and youth, I can agree to that. But ignorance and youth can very easily change to wisdom and maturity with help from people that could be his temporary surrogate parents or grandparents.
We have created a society that does not accept mistakes or failures, and does not respect the wisdom of our elders, and in doing so, we have created a society that condemns our children for acting as children do. This can be seen in many forms, from unnecessary ADHD meds to expelling children for making a poptart into the shape of a gun to punching a teacher for making what they truly thought to be a racial slur.

Society has failed him, his parents has failed him, is it any wonder that he has failed himself? He needs to think of what he has done until this point.
I recommend a farm. Hard work has a way of tempering a man and the long days will give him all the time in the world that he needs to think about his life up until this point and the many life lessons that he should have already learned.

He can earn his G.E.D after his sentence. And hopefully, he will be a better man for it.
#121 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
17 is not an age where you can justify his actions by saying "he's just a kid".
A 17 year old should be able to rationalize the impact of his actions on people around them. The issue isn't that society doesn't accept failure, it's that society continues to make excuses for people who are unable to use their brains to think before they act. Sure, make him work on farm, better than the shitty prison system. The fact is though, to even think about sending him to work on a farm would send media into a frenzy of "DAS RASIS GOVERMENT LEGAL SLAVE LABOUR".
#139 - blackfacetito (11/04/2015) [-]
Adolescence is no longer the final stage to Adulthood. There is now a stage of "Adultescence" that lasts anywhere from 3-7 years. Perhaps I'm just old but I don't like it, however, seeing how that we may very-well be one of the first generations to gain forms of immortality, I deem it necessary for humanities mental health. In 2015, a 17 year old is now rightfully considered a child.

Ans a 17 year old that has been raised by lazy niggers and teachers that don't give a fuck will end up just another lazy nigger without outside guidance.
If we truly want humanity to become better then it is then it is our job to lift our fellow man, kicking and screaming if necessary, above the grasp of ignorance.

We need to do this now, as there will be very little time later. I don't know what obstacle will cause there to be very little time, but I know it will exist. That seems to be a reoccurring theme to life itself.

Remember, humanity is teetering on the threshold of understanding quantum computing, the multiverse, and even our own DNA along with how we work. We are living in the future and we need to unite ourselves if we are to survive this leap into an age of enlightenment.

That means everyone, regardless of the ignorant public outcries, nationality, or previous class systems.

...

You set your beliefs in realism and what would happen, I set mine in Philosophy and what could happen. Both are valid points of views in their own right but only one will work given enough patience and funding.
Too little people envision what "should be" rather then "what will be", and that causes "what will be" to happen.


TL; DR- If my verdict were made reality, I expect the black community to fight back kicking and screaming. But it was bound to happen eventually, so why not now?
#23 - Assault is assault, dood, that kid really did a number on him,…  [+] (14 new replies) 11/04/2015 on Edgiest shit Ive seen for... +42
#25 - blackfacetito (11/04/2015) [-]
I disagree with you assumption that violence is never warranted among civilians. I believe, that being able to fight one another is very much a means of self expression especially in young men, and should be tolerated in certain circumstances. The teacher is not dead, and he should be making a full recovery. The only thing truly damaged was his pride.
The punishment I think the young man should receive hasn't changed. He needs better Values. Not to be put in a place where he can learn to be a better criminal.

Remember, nobody grows to maturity without breaking a law or two. Regardless of whether they get caught.
#118 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
The only "value" that needs to be taught is that if you act like an animal you get locked in a cage like one.
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#117 - bastardusnorvegi (11/04/2015) [-]
nigger
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#106 - nephtus (11/04/2015) [-]
Are you retarded?
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#26 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
The only justification for punching the lights out of anyone else in the world is if he or she tried to punch your lights out first or your friend or something, that's fine, too , dood. The kid needs better values, and he's not going to get them by excusing his actions. He needs to be punished in one way or another because physically assaulting someone over what they're saying will never and should never be acceptable.
#50 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
Can I ask if you were this steadfast in the "violence against peaceful people, even when they're saying fucked up shit, is wrong" during the South Carolina video of the officer throwing the peaceful student across the room?

I only ask because FJ, as it seems will make excuses for everyone but black people.

This teacher called a student "niggardly" or something, and being hit because of it is wrong. - FJ
This student refuses to get off her phone, and being thrown is deserved because "always do exactly what cops say, no matter what, or face violence." - also FJ

I'm with you, stay cool and non-violent. But I did not see anywhere NEAR this outrage for that SC video, except outrage at the student because God forbid a teenager have phone-related angst.
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#81 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
But if it were to come to light that there was no justification for an officer's reaction, then, yes, I would hold them to the same standards I hold people like the kid in the picture, dood.
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#80 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
I'll be honest and I often find myself being more critical of black people being violent than white cops, but only because there's almost always more to the story with the cops, dood. Even in the SC thing, the original story being told was that the cop slammed her on the ground and dragged her away purely for being on her phone, but then more of the story got out and it was actually her hitting the officer first that led to her being forcefully removed from her seat. I try to wait for the whole story before voicing an opinion one way or the other, but I do end up siding with police more often simply because of how often they end up being in the right in the big "police brutality" cases that get media coverage.
#87 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
I do agree with you, but stop saying dood all the fucking time. It sounds plain stupid!
#88 - newprinny (11/04/2015) [-]
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#51 - nowyouknow (11/04/2015) [-]
#28 - blackfacetito (11/04/2015) [-]
I don't think we'll ever agree on the first half as that's a matter of Freedom vs Safety, but the second half I think we have common ground.

I don't think he should go unpunished either. But I do believe that our current prison system will only serve to make him a better criminal rather then rehabilitate him into a productive member of society. He's what? 17? I forget , and I'm a little drunk, but he's young, and he has the ability to change for the better.
A man was wronged due to a young man's ignorance and youth, I can agree to that. But ignorance and youth can very easily change to wisdom and maturity with help from people that could be his temporary surrogate parents or grandparents.
We have created a society that does not accept mistakes or failures, and does not respect the wisdom of our elders, and in doing so, we have created a society that condemns our children for acting as children do. This can be seen in many forms, from unnecessary ADHD meds to expelling children for making a poptart into the shape of a gun to punching a teacher for making what they truly thought to be a racial slur.

Society has failed him, his parents has failed him, is it any wonder that he has failed himself? He needs to think of what he has done until this point.
I recommend a farm. Hard work has a way of tempering a man and the long days will give him all the time in the world that he needs to think about his life up until this point and the many life lessons that he should have already learned.

He can earn his G.E.D after his sentence. And hopefully, he will be a better man for it.
#121 - anon (11/04/2015) [-]
17 is not an age where you can justify his actions by saying "he's just a kid".
A 17 year old should be able to rationalize the impact of his actions on people around them. The issue isn't that society doesn't accept failure, it's that society continues to make excuses for people who are unable to use their brains to think before they act. Sure, make him work on farm, better than the shitty prison system. The fact is though, to even think about sending him to work on a farm would send media into a frenzy of "DAS RASIS GOVERMENT LEGAL SLAVE LABOUR".
#139 - blackfacetito (11/04/2015) [-]
Adolescence is no longer the final stage to Adulthood. There is now a stage of "Adultescence" that lasts anywhere from 3-7 years. Perhaps I'm just old but I don't like it, however, seeing how that we may very-well be one of the first generations to gain forms of immortality, I deem it necessary for humanities mental health. In 2015, a 17 year old is now rightfully considered a child.

Ans a 17 year old that has been raised by lazy niggers and teachers that don't give a fuck will end up just another lazy nigger without outside guidance.
If we truly want humanity to become better then it is then it is our job to lift our fellow man, kicking and screaming if necessary, above the grasp of ignorance.

We need to do this now, as there will be very little time later. I don't know what obstacle will cause there to be very little time, but I know it will exist. That seems to be a reoccurring theme to life itself.

Remember, humanity is teetering on the threshold of understanding quantum computing, the multiverse, and even our own DNA along with how we work. We are living in the future and we need to unite ourselves if we are to survive this leap into an age of enlightenment.

That means everyone, regardless of the ignorant public outcries, nationality, or previous class systems.

...

You set your beliefs in realism and what would happen, I set mine in Philosophy and what could happen. Both are valid points of views in their own right but only one will work given enough patience and funding.
Too little people envision what "should be" rather then "what will be", and that causes "what will be" to happen.


TL; DR- If my verdict were made reality, I expect the black community to fight back kicking and screaming. But it was bound to happen eventually, so why not now?
#12 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 11/04/2015 on Shadows +2
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#14 - kafei (11/04/2015) [-]
Don't worry, I like you d00d.
I had intentions of making this a majoras mask/literal coffee crossover account back in the day, but Isaac happened
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#13 - secretgiver (11/04/2015) [-]
no prinny dont be sad, be a bed