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#44 - So you had a team with a roadhog and no tank, and a genji and …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/07/2016 on Heals 0
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#47 - manofparody (08/07/2016) [-]
Team comp changed near the end of the match, once the team got it to the last checkpoint without halt.

I can't remember if the genji was there in the beginning. I just remember him being an attack character on defense.
#25 - He leaked American government information to both the American… 07/26/2016 on Snow. +6
#55 - Your whole point has been that painting takes time. Why the he…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/25/2016 on fuck you, you declined +2
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#56 - roxasftw (07/25/2016) [-]
She IS entertaining. Did you see how people reacted?

Plus it takes a MINUTE for fucks sake dude.

If you can't wait a minute I think you need to reconsider how you spend your time.

It boils down to everybody being

"IT MUST BE AMAZING FROM THE GET GO. OMG IT'S SOOOOO BORRRINGGGGUH"

Just be fucking patient holy shit.
#91 - sparkysniper (07/25/2016) [-]
Not saying she isn't entertaining, but at least for AGT ( I assume the payoff is the same for all x got talent shows) is a show in Las Vegas.

When I watch these shows, I ask one simple question, and it has nothing to do with whether or not someone has an amazing talent or not, because this is really fucking cool for a minute and a half painting, but would I or the majority of the Las Vegas population pay to see a show that is headlined by this act.

Simply, nope. If I saw this as an act, I wouldn't give it a second glance, as it has no purpose being on a Las Vegas stage. It has more reason to be in art gallery performance stages, where people are actually interested in art, and not drunk off their asses or broke from gambling.
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#93 - roxasftw (07/25/2016) [-]
I understand where you are coming from. And in a sense you are a better Judge than the Judges who fucking got bored with her instead of actual Criticism.

I'm only furious because they couldn't wait 3 more seconds to see what it was about.

And what infuriates me more is the fact that ALL of their damn tunes Change as soon as the crowd Applauds.

It's like at least stand by your bitchy "Nothing to see here it's boring" attitude
#95 - sparkysniper (07/25/2016) [-]
Thats why its always good to have an asshole judge in these shows. They always seem to have that mentality for showmanship.

However,

I think the one thing these shows are missing is audience input, sure right now its all applause or boos and thats ok in a sense, but its just not enough.

I had this idea a couple seasons ago when I did watch AGT. Why not have a audience X, that is buzzed whenever 3/4 of an audience says no to an act, and that is the same as an automatic no from the majority of judges. The mindset being that the audience is a good candidate pool for any study, some people are racist and prejudice and some aren't, so there can't be any of the "that performer is black, I'm going to vote him down" nonsense. If that X goes off, you wouldn't make it in a Las Vegas show at all, as 3/4 of your audience wouldn't show up at all.

To make it more interesting for TV, you have a % meter so they can cut to that every couple shots to create tension, its a win-win, allowing the actual competition to be just that, a competition, and you don't have any of those filler competitors that are solely there for TV.
#471 - **onceapiece used "*roll picture*"** **onceapiece rolled image ** 06/18/2016 on Roll for your hottie... 0
#182 - Regarding women, it is in the law that women cannot testify in… 06/15/2016 on He Was Suspended For This 0
#56 - I'm not exactly replying to this comment, but things you have …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/14/2016 on He Was Suspended For This +4
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#160 - raidaltamimi (06/14/2016) [-]
okay, thank you for your comment, and taking the time to read the discussion. now, I can clearly see that you made your comment from an American point of view, which see being homosexual is okay and women has to have as much rights as men, am I right? (I'm not against it here, I'm just saying that this is your point of view.)

to answer you I don't have to say much. do you think homosexuality is something okay to happen, for the humanity's sake? would you be happy if your son or doughtier told you they are gay? Islam takes the homosexuality subject seriously because of what it can do to the society, and to humanity as a whole. but we don't hate Gays as much as people think we do, we don't call them words or anything like that. my friend, I have gay friends my self, my best friend is a gay christian American, not even kidding with you.

and Again, no. are not discriminated by anyhow in here. they have their rights and all. I wish you was more detailed so I can tell you if it is wrong or right.

finally, who told you that there is a thing in Islam that gives people free pass to kill??? this statement is completely false. if anyone killed any other human over here, they will get caught and punished, regardless of the victims race, religion or nationality.

also, if you're free, I want you to read another discussion I started long time ago. it is too long discussion but it is worth it. it has shitload of information and it is enjoyable.

> /Anon+reconsiders+islam/funny-pictures/5876242/
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> search for comment made by user 'cenema' (my other account)
#182 - onceapiece (06/15/2016) [-]
Regarding women, it is in the law that women cannot testify in a criminal trial and men can divorce women for any reason whatsoever (Wikipedia). Also, I know in some countries women cannot walk outside without being escorted by a man, though I don't know if Saudi Arabia is one of them.

As for homosexuals, yes I think it is okay. That is a much, much longer topic however that I would rather not get into.

Sorry by the way, I just do not care quite enough to read a very long thread, but thank you for offering the information anyway.
#63 - anon (06/14/2016) [-]
Depends on how you see jihad. Its been a trend the last 200 years in the middle east to see jihad as something not internal. For a lot of people jihad is more like how it was seen in the golden ages, the inner holy struggle against the influence of Satan or against the duality of our nature. Islam is definetly not a religion of peace, it does strive to be but it fails the test of time and hasn't "evolved" because a big issue with Islam is the fact that it sees itself as perfect. Another big issue is illeteracy. there a lot of lower class muslims that just can't read. they get all their information about the qu'ran from their imam's, who ofcourse can completely misinterpret the verses wrong or just be aboslutely corrupt and teach these muslims lies. It's not the religion, it's the fucking people and culture.
#44 - This is from Soviet Womble Plays The Culling, or something alo… 04/29/2016 on SPEARMAN! 0
#186 - Okay, guess I'm different, I would definitely take the jail ti…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2016 on Karma blows 0
#188 - anon (04/24/2016) [-]
You'd rather be isolated from your friends, families, hobbies, and career for years, and be treated like a monster for the rest of your life, than take a dick in your ass one night?
#181 - I'm not arguing that it is certainly a horrible thing to do. H…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Karma blows 0
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#183 - penileburglar (04/22/2016) [-]
Not saying there isn't a difference, I'm not sure why you keep saying that. Who said there wasn't a difference? All that was being said is that probation was not enough for what she did. If you're trying to get somebody wrongfully imprisoned for 10 years and have their life ruined, the consequences should be similar to if you imprisoned them yourself for 10 years and had their life ruined.

As for 'furthermore' there are plenty of people in jail who would rather go through one night of rape than have their whole life ruined, too; that's not really a sound argument. I was raped when I was 14, I would go through that a dozen more times than spend a few years of years of my life in jail and have my career ruined and be labelled as a sex offender. It sucked, and it scarred me, but being unable to hug my mother for several years, being unable to finish my education (a conviction ruins your chances of many scholarships and also prevents you from writing off certain education expenses on your taxes), being unable to provide adequately for my family, and being treated as a sex offender for the rest of my life? Nope, I'd honestly take the rape.
#186 - onceapiece (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay, guess I'm different, I would definitely take the jail time. Also, I agree that she should have gotten more than probation, but I do not agree that she should suffer the same sentence. I guess I just saw so many comments saying she should I projected that onto this one.
#188 - anon (04/24/2016) [-]
You'd rather be isolated from your friends, families, hobbies, and career for years, and be treated like a monster for the rest of your life, than take a dick in your ass one night?
#135 - You may be getting red thumbs but you are right.  [+] (6 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Karma blows -6
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#164 - penileburglar (04/21/2016) [-]
But look at it this way:

If were to hire somebody to kidnap you against your will and lock you in a jail cell for several years against your will, surrounded by criminals with little entertainment and basic food, subject you to basic work, and then somehow convince every employer you ever try to talk to that they should reconsider hiring you, that would be a pretty big crime, right?

Effectively, that's what she attempted to do, using false information. It's not about what it is, obviously we know (from the content) that it's possible to just get a slap on the wrist. What we're questioning is why the law works that way in the first place--feels like more than a slap on the wrist should be given to a person who tried to imprison you for years and potentially ruin the rest of your life even after prison.
#181 - onceapiece (04/21/2016) [-]
I'm not arguing that it is certainly a horrible thing to do. However, there is ABSOLUTELY a difference between lying about a crime and committing the crime. Furthermore, I'm sure there are plenty of rape victims who would rather go through what you described than having to suffer through being raped.
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#183 - penileburglar (04/22/2016) [-]
Not saying there isn't a difference, I'm not sure why you keep saying that. Who said there wasn't a difference? All that was being said is that probation was not enough for what she did. If you're trying to get somebody wrongfully imprisoned for 10 years and have their life ruined, the consequences should be similar to if you imprisoned them yourself for 10 years and had their life ruined.

As for 'furthermore' there are plenty of people in jail who would rather go through one night of rape than have their whole life ruined, too; that's not really a sound argument. I was raped when I was 14, I would go through that a dozen more times than spend a few years of years of my life in jail and have my career ruined and be labelled as a sex offender. It sucked, and it scarred me, but being unable to hug my mother for several years, being unable to finish my education (a conviction ruins your chances of many scholarships and also prevents you from writing off certain education expenses on your taxes), being unable to provide adequately for my family, and being treated as a sex offender for the rest of my life? Nope, I'd honestly take the rape.
#186 - onceapiece (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay, guess I'm different, I would definitely take the jail time. Also, I agree that she should have gotten more than probation, but I do not agree that she should suffer the same sentence. I guess I just saw so many comments saying she should I projected that onto this one.
#188 - anon (04/24/2016) [-]
You'd rather be isolated from your friends, families, hobbies, and career for years, and be treated like a monster for the rest of your life, than take a dick in your ass one night?
#141 - anon (04/21/2016) [-]
Trying to put someone in jail for something they didnt do is a serious crime and a serious douchebag thing to do. Pure scum.