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Gimmie a straw and a paper clip and spawn me into a room with an elite military force, and I'll show you how I prepare a meal.

That meant nothing in particular, but hi! I'm new here. I'm gonna need a guide, so put on your helmet. I got a pair for the both of us.

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#171 - Would you tell a cripple to be thankful that they don't have c…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/31/2015 on When Being Lower Class... -1
User avatar #175 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
a cripple cant change their situation you fucking tard, a father losing custody is the system against him... but he still has his kids and thats something more than the father that lost his in a car accident... feel thankful for what you have
User avatar #180 - ninjaspartan (08/01/2015) [-]
Yet telling a cripple to get over it is the exact same thing you're telling people in financial stress. You wanna know what works? Sympathy. You know what doesn't? Chastising someone for not being happy go lucky that they don't have it worse. Plenty of people manage to come out from the bowls of debt. That doesn't mean you don't give them sympathy, because if it can get worse, chances are it will. And the last thing you want to chastise a father who lost custody of his kids for is to not be thankful for having kids in the first place when a day later they could be dead. You're literally the type of person who would chastise a suicidal kid for not being strong enough to stay alive--the worst kind of person.
User avatar #173 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
NO BUT THINKING ABOUT PEOPLEE WORSE OFF MIGHT MAKE YOU THINK YOUR SITUATION ISNT SO BAD AND YOU MIGHT FEEL BETTER ABOUT IT, AND POSSIBLY THAT MIGHT GIVE YOU SOME CONFIDENCE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT, MAYBE IT WWONT SEEM LIKE SUCH A BIG THING AND YOU'LL APPRICIATE WHAT YOU HAVE A LITTLE MORE
User avatar #181 - ninjaspartan (08/01/2015) [-]
Or, or, or, or--

You could not be a condescending hypocritical prick and feel sorry for them.
User avatar #184 - kaiserdjg (08/01/2015) [-]
or maybe they should be stronger people because and my sympathy wont do a fucking thing for them....what fucking good is sympathy, boo fucking hoo....yo got yourself into that financial position, you dont get any fucking sympathy
User avatar #187 - ninjaspartan (21 hours ago) [-]
Eh, you know, sympathy is good for thing like, oh, when you screw up so bad that you can't get out of it by yourself--because that shit happens, and no, it's not even at rock bottom--your buddy that you helped out and gave a sympathetic pat on the back comes back around with all his money and spot you a few bucks till you get on your feet and can carry your own weight again!

But of course I can see a dumb ass like you would rather be out on the streets than have any friends.
#146 - Can't say I'm 100% poor, but I'm at least three of those thing… 07/31/2015 on When Being Lower Class... 0
#143 - And you are? Get the **** out.  [+] (9 new replies) 07/31/2015 on When Being Lower Class... 0
User avatar #154 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
never said i was... just showing you that your fucking boring whinging about being "poor" when you have luxuries is fucking stupid
#172 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Ohhhh, yeah. The lone jar of peanut butter in my mini fridge that I've been living off of for a week is something I should be thankful for.

Do you know what a luxury is, fucknugget?? Unless YOU'RE worse off than any of us "whiners" here then you're in no position to tell us what a luxury is. We're not here to fucking impress you.
User avatar #174 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
a jar of peanut butter when you have a computer in front of you... fucking stupid... get your priorites in order and maybe you wont be in that fucking situation
#182 - ninjaspartan (08/01/2015) [-]
Fuckin' excuse you? Where are YOUR priorities at, telling people worse off than you to be thankful?? Last time I checked you didn't know my life story. Last time I checked a computer GOT me that jar of peanut butter. Last time I checked I gave my sympathies out to everyone who had it worse than me, because that's what you do for people who have it worse than you--not tell them to fucking tough it out.

Inbred piece of shit. I hope you find yourself sleeping in a bag on the floor of an unconditioned apartment complex on a hot summer night that costs seven hundred dollars a month when you finally move out of your mothers basement and when you ask your parents to lend you some money for food they tell you to sell your computer.
User avatar #186 - kaiserdjg (08/01/2015) [-]
dont ask your parents for fucking money, sell your computer, get a fucking job... and deal with life like everyone else you fucking scrounging piece of shit
User avatar #188 - ninjaspartan (21 hours ago) [-]
Congratulations! You traded your HP laptop for... $100 dollars!! Ooohh, bad news though, rent is due next week, and you're $600 dollars short. But hey, you got a job! Problem is your paycheck is biweekly and you work for minimum wage, that's not even a $400 dollar paycheck.

Nothing in the fridge.

Nothing in the cupboards.

$200 dollars short for rent.

And you sold that computer that could have made you some extra cash.

This is the part where you start stealing from your workplace at McDonalds for food, get booted for it, get booted by your tennant and start wandering the streets with a backpack full of personal belongings.

You're not a tough guy just because you think sympathy and borrowing cash is for the weak. You're just not grounded in reality. Tough guys like you eventually suck dick for cash.
User avatar #190 - kaiserdjg (1 hour ago) [-]
so your rent is $600 dollars and your already $200 dollars short and you dont have any food... so your fucked anyway....

get a cheaper apartment, get a better job... stop being a fucking layabout
User avatar #185 - kaiserdjg (08/01/2015) [-]
what does sympathy do? its for weak arseholes that cant fucking handle it... go fucking fix it... im not gonna sugar coat it.... its your fault your in that situation... no one elses, you fix it, you dont get any fucking sympathy
User avatar #189 - ninjaspartan (21 hours ago) [-]
Clearly not from you. And when you're sucking dick for a McDouble on the streets, you're not getting any sympathy either.

Except your problems aren't getting fixed. You know why? Because raging asshats like you are the weakest kind. Individuals get strength from support systems. Finances flourish from connections. You get those connections by being personable. Unlike you who thinks he's super stronk cuz daddy never gave you a hug, you're gonna find out that a fixed attitude like that is gonna be what screws you over ultimately. When everyone else solves their problems with the help of a few friends, they be sitting back with a bucket of popcorn watching you try to "fix it by yourself." And failing.
#142 - How about starving children in Africa are not the standard for…  [+] (9 new replies) 07/31/2015 on When Being Lower Class... +5
#153 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
How about being thankful for what you have, how about sparing a moment to think about all the people in worse off situations than you and realize your fucking lucky, how about stop fucking whinging about how you have a roof over your fucking head and a hot shower and go do something about you being "poor"
User avatar #171 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Would you tell a cripple to be thankful that they don't have cancer? Would you tell a father who lost custody of his children to be thankful he had any? No you fucking wouldn't. Because that doesn't fucking help. ANYBODY can have it worse--that doesn't mean that you can't be bad off just because you're not in the absolute worst situation. Thinking about people in worse situations didn't turn my power back on after it was shut off. Being thankful for the little food in my semi-cold fridge didn't get me out of knee deep debt. Think before you speak next time.
User avatar #175 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
a cripple cant change their situation you fucking tard, a father losing custody is the system against him... but he still has his kids and thats something more than the father that lost his in a car accident... feel thankful for what you have
User avatar #180 - ninjaspartan (08/01/2015) [-]
Yet telling a cripple to get over it is the exact same thing you're telling people in financial stress. You wanna know what works? Sympathy. You know what doesn't? Chastising someone for not being happy go lucky that they don't have it worse. Plenty of people manage to come out from the bowls of debt. That doesn't mean you don't give them sympathy, because if it can get worse, chances are it will. And the last thing you want to chastise a father who lost custody of his kids for is to not be thankful for having kids in the first place when a day later they could be dead. You're literally the type of person who would chastise a suicidal kid for not being strong enough to stay alive--the worst kind of person.
User avatar #173 - kaiserdjg (07/31/2015) [-]
NO BUT THINKING ABOUT PEOPLEE WORSE OFF MIGHT MAKE YOU THINK YOUR SITUATION ISNT SO BAD AND YOU MIGHT FEEL BETTER ABOUT IT, AND POSSIBLY THAT MIGHT GIVE YOU SOME CONFIDENCE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT, MAYBE IT WWONT SEEM LIKE SUCH A BIG THING AND YOU'LL APPRICIATE WHAT YOU HAVE A LITTLE MORE
User avatar #181 - ninjaspartan (08/01/2015) [-]
Or, or, or, or--

You could not be a condescending hypocritical prick and feel sorry for them.
User avatar #184 - kaiserdjg (08/01/2015) [-]
or maybe they should be stronger people because and my sympathy wont do a fucking thing for them....what fucking good is sympathy, boo fucking hoo....yo got yourself into that financial position, you dont get any fucking sympathy
User avatar #187 - ninjaspartan (21 hours ago) [-]
Eh, you know, sympathy is good for thing like, oh, when you screw up so bad that you can't get out of it by yourself--because that shit happens, and no, it's not even at rock bottom--your buddy that you helped out and gave a sympathetic pat on the back comes back around with all his money and spot you a few bucks till you get on your feet and can carry your own weight again!

But of course I can see a dumb ass like you would rather be out on the streets than have any friends.
User avatar #162 - penileburglar (07/31/2015) [-]
It's damn near impossible to find any work without computer access, even if only through a library.

There's also very little resale values to old computers. Even a moron can use their computer to access craiglist, survey websites, and merchandising / body-for-hire (not the sexual kind) websites to make more than the value of their computer in a week.

And to your last point, the old 'you should be content because it should be worse' is just as silly as saying 'you should be sad because it could be way better.' All he was doing was comparing these people who say they're 'poor' to what 'poor' actually is, not trying to get into some shitflinging contest about who is and isn't entitled to be sad over their financial situation. Poor is just "lacking sufficient money to live at a standard considered comfortable or normal in a society," and poor is all about relativity to the people around you. Starving to death in a third-world country is an entirely different level altogether.
#51 - He posted a gif of laughing. That's it. He didn't even type lo… 07/31/2015 on The secret he didn't want... +9
#293 - 7.9/10 on IMDb, 7.7-8.1/10 between seasons 1-3 on . Seems lik…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/31/2015 on I like Cosplay +4
#393 - camzore (07/31/2015) [-]
Yo I agree with you but using imdb & myanimelist scores for quality indicators is as useful as asking a 2 year old about the armed conflict in the middle east
User avatar #413 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Well hey, there's not really any reliable rating systems to begin with as far as I know, and I'd rather trust public rating systems over critics ratings because critics are always full of shit.
User avatar #303 - zeldapronmaster (07/31/2015) [-]
7.9 BECAUSE fan service
User avatar #414 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Plot-integral fanservice
#289 - Highschool DxD Highschool DxD  [+] (6 new replies) 07/31/2015 on I like Cosplay 0
User avatar #290 - bronybox (07/31/2015) [-]
Except Highschool DxD is not a good Anime. It's only selling points are the fan service and action, and even the action is pretty sub-par. If it had more fan service, I might shoot myself.
#293 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
7.9/10 on IMDb, 7.7-8.1/10 between seasons 1-3 on myanimelist.com . Seems like it gets fairly good ratings to me, so it's probably better than you give it credit for. I know I like it. And frankly like all series the manga is always better. Fact remains that the fanservice is actually an integral plot device used in it, so a decrease of it would actually ruin it and an increase can only make it better. If that's not your cup of tea then you have no business in the ecchi genre to begin with.
#393 - camzore (07/31/2015) [-]
Yo I agree with you but using imdb & myanimelist scores for quality indicators is as useful as asking a 2 year old about the armed conflict in the middle east
User avatar #413 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Well hey, there's not really any reliable rating systems to begin with as far as I know, and I'd rather trust public rating systems over critics ratings because critics are always full of shit.
User avatar #303 - zeldapronmaster (07/31/2015) [-]
7.9 BECAUSE fan service
User avatar #414 - ninjaspartan (07/31/2015) [-]
Plot-integral fanservice
#123 - Well from that perspective, the only thing to worry about is s… 07/28/2015 on Get Gunned 0
#122 - True, I stand corrected. Although, even though I'm not entirel… 07/28/2015 on Get Gunned 0
#119 - And technically speaking, concealed carrying legalization laws…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Get Gunned 0
#121 - jujuface (07/28/2015) [-]
Well if you want to get technical, the ability to buy, own, or carry any property isn't due to a law, it's the lack of a law against it. And arming yourself isn't a law (in the USA at least), it's a right.
User avatar #122 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
True, I stand corrected. Although, even though I'm not entirely knowledgable about legal stuff, I have it in the back of my head that laws aren't quite so commandment-esque in the "you shall not's." Or it could just be me overthinking things, I dunno.
#118 - Fair enough point. It is possible, though, that can also be se…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Get Gunned 0
#120 - jujuface (07/28/2015) [-]
True, a legal gun owner is as affected by a gun free zone as any criminal. As far as America's gun laws though, I don't think it's really an issue. The only real gun free zone I'm on the fence about is schools. They're mandatory to attend, and not very guarded. The amount of adults that could legally carry would be very small. I'm not sure if accidental discharge or students stealing guns would outweigh the deaths prevented by responsible owners in that case.
All private businesses are a non issue though. It should be up to the owner whether to allow guns, and up to the gun owner to decide whether he wants to compromise his safety and enter unarmed.
Federal buildings that are heavily guarded like courts, jails, government offices are gun free zones because of the sheer amount of security there. Also people get searched upon entering, so no need to worry about safety there. Anything that a gun owner could prevent, the security could also prevent.
User avatar #123 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
Well from that perspective, the only thing to worry about is school zones. Gun free zone laws being regulated by business owners and government estate seems logical, so I suppose it's basically something that is being controlled under careful consideration and we don't need to worry about it much less debate its usefulness. :/

But if you ask me, it isn't too hard to regulate a gun free zone as one that still permits sheathed weapons from legal owners. That'd probably solve the school issue.
#171 - Yeah that was pretty good. Song was catchy too. 07/27/2015 on Here have this +1
#65 - Yeaaaaaah, I don't think you need a gun free zone to effective…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/27/2015 on Get Gunned 0
#117 - jujuface (07/27/2015) [-]
There is no law in existence now, nor ever that would "actively minimize the immediate threat of a gun the moment it is pulled". All laws are reactionary by nature.

"I don't think you need a gun free zone to effectively prosecute a mass murderer or a robber that's been properly apprehended, investigated, and been seen by at least one witness and one security camera"
Ok so some key things you're missing here. It's not hard to prosecute a robber or murderer with the proper evidence. Like...at all. That's why I never referred to any robbery or murder. But what about a half assed attempt at a robbery or mass shooting? Like if I walk into a school, right in front of a security camera, take my rifle off my back, put the magazine in, turn the safety off, and walk down the hall right into a security guard. At that point I chicken out and walk away. He cant't do shit, the law can't do shit. I'm well within my rights to walk around with my rifle if schools are not gun free zones. Just one example of how a gun free zone has some minimal potential, and isn't totally worthless.
User avatar #119 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
And technically speaking, concealed carrying legalization laws can and do actively prevent perpetrators by allowing the victim to defend himself/herself actively.
#121 - jujuface (07/28/2015) [-]
Well if you want to get technical, the ability to buy, own, or carry any property isn't due to a law, it's the lack of a law against it. And arming yourself isn't a law (in the USA at least), it's a right.
User avatar #122 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
True, I stand corrected. Although, even though I'm not entirely knowledgable about legal stuff, I have it in the back of my head that laws aren't quite so commandment-esque in the "you shall not's." Or it could just be me overthinking things, I dunno.
User avatar #118 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
Fair enough point. It is possible, though, that can also be seen as a deterrent for legal gun owners too. For example, your run of the mill robber can chicken out half way through because someone else pulled a gun on him. Anybody, including the potential robber/murder can file a lawsuit against that person under the same exact context, since it's a gun free zone, whether or not you have a carrying license, as actions between both offenders were never seen through and motive wasn't clear. As much as a robber or a murderer could ignore a gun free zone law, so could a legal owner that's savvy enough to not want his head blown off by a murderer who doesn't adhere to the law. Bottom line, is the gun free zone doesn't discriminate, and because of that, legal gun owners are doubly in danger of that law as well as a perpetrator who doesn't adhere to the law.
#120 - jujuface (07/28/2015) [-]
True, a legal gun owner is as affected by a gun free zone as any criminal. As far as America's gun laws though, I don't think it's really an issue. The only real gun free zone I'm on the fence about is schools. They're mandatory to attend, and not very guarded. The amount of adults that could legally carry would be very small. I'm not sure if accidental discharge or students stealing guns would outweigh the deaths prevented by responsible owners in that case.
All private businesses are a non issue though. It should be up to the owner whether to allow guns, and up to the gun owner to decide whether he wants to compromise his safety and enter unarmed.
Federal buildings that are heavily guarded like courts, jails, government offices are gun free zones because of the sheer amount of security there. Also people get searched upon entering, so no need to worry about safety there. Anything that a gun owner could prevent, the security could also prevent.
User avatar #123 - ninjaspartan (07/28/2015) [-]
Well from that perspective, the only thing to worry about is school zones. Gun free zone laws being regulated by business owners and government estate seems logical, so I suppose it's basically something that is being controlled under careful consideration and we don't need to worry about it much less debate its usefulness. :/

But if you ask me, it isn't too hard to regulate a gun free zone as one that still permits sheathed weapons from legal owners. That'd probably solve the school issue.
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User avatar #404 - twofreegerbils (07/25/2015) [-]
RETARD ALERT

RETARD ALERT

Tell me, how clever did you sound in your head when you typed that?
#405 - ninjaspartan (07/25/2015) [-]
Tell me if it sounded clever in your head first and I'll tell you if you're a shitstick or not.


Protip: you're probably a shitstick.
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#142 - Not bad advice. I'm going to walk to Detroit and smil…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/24/2015 on Writers advice to git gud 0
User avatar #149 - advice (07/25/2015) [-]
RIP ninjaspartan, he shall be missed

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#10 to #9 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
... Hello there.
User avatar #11 to #10 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
so why are people thumbing you down mindlessly?
User avatar #12 to #11 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
<_<

... This is a trick question, isn't it?
User avatar #13 to #12 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
a bunch of people are thumbing you down on that one cosplay post
#14 to #13 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Yes they are. And you've read it?
User avatar #15 to #14 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
yeah are they idiots or something?
User avatar #17 to #15 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Lol, and yes, they are idiots. Or twelve year olds who just hit puberty. Or both. Probably both.
User avatar #16 to #15 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Lol, I'm gonna say you were the anon that agreed with me. Yeah, there's no better way to troll than by playing devils advocate. People get agitated so easily. XD Not that that wasn't my exact opinion. TITS MAN. TITS.
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User avatar #6 - xwilly (01/07/2012) [-]
Just search dokura gif in google and click the first link
User avatar #7 to #6 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
aight, k, thx bro ^_^
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User avatar #4 to #3 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
Wtf?! Dammit FJ.
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User avatar #2 to #1 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
-.-

Damn. Url's gone the moment you posted. Try again?
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