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#19 - Im ashamed to see you both have slayer in your name, and Ed in…  [+] (3 replies) 01/07/2016 on Profit 0
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#21 - cuckslayer (01/07/2016) [-]
what are you talking about? there's no slayer in my username
#22 - skorchy (01/07/2016) [-]
There's elaborate trolling, and then there's being an autist; you are doing a great job at the latter of the two.
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#27 - cuckslayer (01/07/2016) [-]
Takes one to know one bud
#16 - At this point, I'm inclined to believe he is. I won't…  [+] (2 replies) 01/05/2016 on Journalism +7
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#23 - lennybrown (01/05/2016) [-]
No I don't think he is some of the woman he slept where past lovers and most quite possible 1 night stands in which he had a lot of in the 70s and 80s back then is not the same as it was now socially he wasn't doing anything wrong then in them times. It was the media that decided to pull out his past which at been happening to a lot of old stars lately and did up things he is ashamed of destroying the other things he has done, he cant even speak out and explain him self because the media has already labels him as such. I bet you the woman are only coming out now because they relised they can get money out of this using current laws even though it was most likely there diction to sleep with them.
Anyway people should judge a man on the present image not on his past.
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#17 - yudodat (01/05/2016) [-]
well said
#14 - nugget 01/05/2016 on Mild concern -2
#24 - Look at the beginning and end. The pattern loops around. If it…  [+] (2 replies) 01/03/2016 on The Knitting Programme 0
#25 - secretzx (01/03/2016) [-]
Proof of aymmetry
#26 - nicktheslayer (01/03/2016) [-]
You got me. I did not see that, dang.
#3 - Illegal=/=Immoral  [+] (20 replies) 01/01/2016 on shkrelism +61
#22 - crlmsonhazard (01/02/2016) [-]
Glad this waste of carbon is gonna have a nigger cock up his arse
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#4 - thenewgizmobox (01/01/2016) [-]
i think the problem is that the immoral should be in some way illegal.
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#24 - lathyrusvii (01/02/2016) [-]
Sooo... like Sharia law, then?
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#29 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
sure, but we just don't follow that specific moral code.
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#33 - lathyrusvii (01/02/2016) [-]
No, but we'd then subscribe to the same logic as they, and I for one, like doing immoral stuff. Like drinking before noon, and in general just being a cantankerous ass.
#21 - anon (01/02/2016) [-]
who's morality?
i think saying things i don't agree with is immoral
so now you just commited a crime and i sentence you to 5 years of no posting or commenting
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#30 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
the founding fathers if you live in the US, otherwise you live by the moral code instilled by those who founded your government (unless it's changed recently)
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#11 - waacson (01/02/2016) [-]
No. No. and No.
Morality changes way faster than the law is forced to change.
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#12 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
yes, but in cases like this where the act is obviously immoral with absolutely no humane benefit to anyone but the one committing the act there should definitely be a law to prevent it.
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#13 - waacson (01/02/2016) [-]
No, just no.
This is exactly what leads to lynching people in the streets.
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#14 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
don't you think that might be a teeny, tiny bit of a slippery slope fallacy?
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#15 - waacson (01/02/2016) [-]
Never underestimate the power and stupidity of a crowd.
And when it's about morality, there will always be crowds.. do you seriously think that in today's SJW age punishing someone for doing something immoral to some, yet legal is right?
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#18 - dreygur (01/02/2016) [-]
You're saying that as if SJWs' morality is considered the correct one.
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#16 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
No, i don't believe that punishing someone for doing something that isn't illegal would be the right thing to do, but i do believe that the laws are made to enforce a certain moral code through the governed country. Even the US can be seen tailoring their laws to a strict moral concept where everyone is free to do what they want as long as it doesn't affect the freedom of another citizen. The fact is, laws already exist solely to enforce what is considered "good" moral traits to the general populace and when something is done that goes out of the bounds of this moral code this event should be looked at by the government who should decide weather or not a law is made to prevent said event from happening again.
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#26 - afaik (01/02/2016) [-]
What if you disagree with the enforced moral code?
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#31 - thenewgizmobox (01/02/2016) [-]
then that's a problem, i'd suggest going somewhere where you agree with the moral code enforced.
#8 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
The problem is, when you start trying to use LAW to impose MORALS its a slippery slope.

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#9 - thenewgizmobox (01/01/2016) [-]
i've already said i completely understand that, that's why some things like the situation shown above don't have laws dispite being morally wrong. But that doesn't mean that laws shouldn't be made for people to follow a specific moral code (as long as it's well respected and generally agreed on by the populace), nor is it wrong to base laws off a set of morals(once again, as long as these morals are agreed on by the people being governed).
#5 - anon (01/01/2016) [-]
its not that simple what immoral to one is oral to another there are genrallailtys that an do this but here is an example of what im talking about abortion
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#6 - thenewgizmobox (01/01/2016) [-]
i can understand not making certain things that are considered immoral illegal since they stand in a grey area in human thought but this situation is pretty obviously the wrong thing to do no matter how you look at it. Those people need that medicine, i don't know the specifics but i know if they don't take it they'll probably suffer huge side effects. so increasing the price is just morally wrong no matter how you look at it.