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#140 - Comment deleted 09/30/2015 on Suddenly.... FUZZ 0
#105 - which is why I'm not that surprised that this is a stereotype 09/30/2015 on BK 0
#102 - an opinion can't be evaluated through truth/false queries, you… 09/30/2015 on BK 0
#100 - I can respect that answer. At the same time I don't find it gl…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/30/2015 on BK 0
#101 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
I'm not really interested in debating it. My first impression was that since it depicts the guy wearing a crown and a justification of his actions, that it was painting him in too positive of a light. Since it's just my opinion and what I thought, there's no need arguing it
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#102 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
an opinion can't be evaluated through truth/false queries, you're right

but an opinion can be evaluated through it's ability to problematize.

"I think the disabled are scum"
That can't be evaluated to be true or false, but it can be evaluated to be problematic.

When other's find your opinions problematic you get backlash. And when you defend your opinion, then you just entered a debate
#97 - literally the point of the post 09/30/2015 on BK +5
#95 - I mean it's pretty cool that there are more black men in colle…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/30/2015 on BK +9
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#153 - talldumbdork (09/30/2015) [-]
What gets me isn't so much the quantity of people in jail but the rotational door that brings the same people back in. I imagine most people who get arrested did in fact committ a crime, whether out of necissity or greed. Regardless, for the ones released it certainly doesn't feel we do much other than give them a pat on the back and a good luck. Really isn't suprising felons or even misdemeaners hurt people so badly from getting jobs out of jail, especially considering how competative job markets are right now. So of course they go back to what they know, and maybe what they learned in prison to get by. They go back to the same friends and family, and end up back in prison. Im a huge fan of personal responsibility, and I hate cop outs. But I have to admit, somethings fucky with that system. I honestly wouldnt know where to start to reform it. Create more ex prison job programs maybe?
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#104 - trollmobile (09/30/2015) [-]
common sense isn't as common as you'd think
#140 - anon (09/30/2015) [-]
Nowadays it may as well be a damn superpower.
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#105 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
which is why I'm not that surprised that this is a stereotype
#94 - the criticism isn't about whether or not this post was glorify…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/30/2015 on BK +2
#99 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
You're right, I've never been in a desperate situation like that. And I can't say for sure that if I was I wouldn't break the law, because I don't know that. But I can say that if someone decides to break the law and endanger the lives of others, I don't care what his reasoning is. It wasn't a victimless crime to make money. He hurt other people for his own personal gain and I don't agree with the portrayal of his actions in this post.
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#100 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
I can respect that answer. At the same time I don't find it glorifies his crimes, but you're already having that debate somewhere else in the thread.

But I can respect that, brother. Once I recognize my position of privilege when talking about like feminism (for example), then I'm able to engage the ought/should debate, and i respect you for doing the same
#101 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
I'm not really interested in debating it. My first impression was that since it depicts the guy wearing a crown and a justification of his actions, that it was painting him in too positive of a light. Since it's just my opinion and what I thought, there's no need arguing it
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#102 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
an opinion can't be evaluated through truth/false queries, you're right

but an opinion can be evaluated through it's ability to problematize.

"I think the disabled are scum"
That can't be evaluated to be true or false, but it can be evaluated to be problematic.

When other's find your opinions problematic you get backlash. And when you defend your opinion, then you just entered a debate
#92 - The point is what? thesecretbear's singular reason to why peop…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/30/2015 on BK 0
#198 - robuntu (10/01/2015) [-]
Because it's factual evidence against the idea that criminals are regular people who are just in a bad situation. When people say they 'turned to crime' to pay their bills - the evidence does not suggest it. Street-crime *doesn't* pay well.

There are lots of reasons why it's appealing, and lots of people turn to crime. But it's not because it's the best way to get money.

But whatever, people believe what they want to believe.

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#202 - factual (10/01/2015) [-]
it's a fact
#147 - shiphotel (09/30/2015) [-]
yes, crime literally does not pay enough to justify it. the articles are pointing out that a minimum wage job pays more than petty crime.
#89 - true, we should put this quote up in every single corner in e…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/30/2015 on BK 0
#93 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
Hmm, was I giving a suggestion for stopping hood violence? The way this post looks is that it's portraying this guy as a good, changed person who committed his crimes for his mother. It's painting him in a positive light. All I'm saying is that it shouldn't
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#94 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
the criticism isn't about whether or not this post was glorifying violence (which I also don't agree with but that's not novel discussion, plenty of other users pointed that out before me)

I criticize how easy it is to sit down next to that computer and claim that "real life isn't breaking bad". No shit it ain't. But real life isn't decision-making in an armchair next to your laptop
#99 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
You're right, I've never been in a desperate situation like that. And I can't say for sure that if I was I wouldn't break the law, because I don't know that. But I can say that if someone decides to break the law and endanger the lives of others, I don't care what his reasoning is. It wasn't a victimless crime to make money. He hurt other people for his own personal gain and I don't agree with the portrayal of his actions in this post.
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#100 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
I can respect that answer. At the same time I don't find it glorifies his crimes, but you're already having that debate somewhere else in the thread.

But I can respect that, brother. Once I recognize my position of privilege when talking about like feminism (for example), then I'm able to engage the ought/should debate, and i respect you for doing the same
#101 - imho (09/30/2015) [-]
I'm not really interested in debating it. My first impression was that since it depicts the guy wearing a crown and a justification of his actions, that it was painting him in too positive of a light. Since it's just my opinion and what I thought, there's no need arguing it
User avatar
#102 - partnerintroll (09/30/2015) [-]
an opinion can't be evaluated through truth/false queries, you're right

but an opinion can be evaluated through it's ability to problematize.

"I think the disabled are scum"
That can't be evaluated to be true or false, but it can be evaluated to be problematic.

When other's find your opinions problematic you get backlash. And when you defend your opinion, then you just entered a debate
#109 - the point of this post, at least from what I can tell, is to t… 09/30/2015 on Fake gamer 0