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#296 - Because your only comeback is "Im smarter than you".…  [+] (5 replies) 06/19/2013 on Scumbag America 0
#297 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well you support your government in spying against it's own citizens and I support real freedom of citizens. Pretty much clear indication of my intelligence, or lack of yours if you think totalitarian government could ever be good.
You are extremly annoying though.
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#298 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
Now we're talking.

No, I don't support my government "spying" on our calls. I also have a problem with how they could skim by the rules by rewriting some to track numbers making frequent calls to "areas of interest". However, I understand that there is nothing they could do without a warrant. This includes any form of search, seizures and arrest. Its a terror scare that started with Vietnam and the Anti war protest shit, now being used for the "War on Terror"

Unless you can tell me of one case where someone got dragged off in the middle of the night for calling Obama a dirty name?
#299 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well I can't tell you who got dragged off in the middle of the night, but I've heard about 14 years old kid facing up to a year in jail for wearing NRA shirt to school. Sounds pretty totalitarian to me.
news.yahoo.com/14-old-kid-arrested-over-pro-nra-shirt-071819724.html

It's 2 a.m. here and I'm studying for exam on friday, so I really don't have time for lengthy conversations
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#300 - patchesdacrazy (06/20/2013) [-]
... come on, you are gonna pull the "Im smarter than you" card and your not even going to read the article you sent me?

So in public schooling, because of the way they are funded/setup, they have the ability to strip you of certain rights. (Amendments 1,2, 4, and 8 are the big ones that come to mind). Its weird, and I don't really remember how, but its legal. Anyhoo, the school is able to dictate what they can wear, and what the may not. How the officer got involved is beyond me, but the kid was in the wrong, should have taken off the shirt. The cop is fucking nuts too if he can't handle an 8th grader about his shirt, and has to take it to court to tell a judge, "He yelled at me." Id actually pay money to see that.

Not Totalitarian, just a media head line to get you to read a stupid story of stupid people. Or rather... a stupid cop.
#301 - gjah (06/20/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure there wouldn't be any problems whatsoever if kid wore "protect your rights" shirt with rainbow instead of gun.

IMO, freedom of speech shouldn't end where someone's feelings begin and I firmly stand behind this statement. I just simply can't imagine having any sort of problems in public school in my country for expressing opinions.
You can't just limit this one fundamental freedom of democracy based on current
trends of governments.

On the other note, about the NSA scandal, I can't imagine giving away my privacy because of being scared about possible terrorist attack.
I mean what's next? Identification checkpoints on major roads? CCTV in major cities (like London UK)? Police equipted with assault rifles and martial law? No thanks, I'll take my chances with terrorist attack, I prefer 95% safety and privacy over the 100% safety and fascism.
But maybe it's just me...
#290 - I will gladly call you stupid.  [+] (7 replies) 06/19/2013 on Scumbag America 0
#294 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
How can you call me stupid when I'm smarter than you?
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#296 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
Because your only comeback is "Im smarter than you". I have yet to meet an intelligent person to say that to any person, no matter their cleverness.
#297 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well you support your government in spying against it's own citizens and I support real freedom of citizens. Pretty much clear indication of my intelligence, or lack of yours if you think totalitarian government could ever be good.
You are extremly annoying though.
User avatar
#298 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
Now we're talking.

No, I don't support my government "spying" on our calls. I also have a problem with how they could skim by the rules by rewriting some to track numbers making frequent calls to "areas of interest". However, I understand that there is nothing they could do without a warrant. This includes any form of search, seizures and arrest. Its a terror scare that started with Vietnam and the Anti war protest shit, now being used for the "War on Terror"

Unless you can tell me of one case where someone got dragged off in the middle of the night for calling Obama a dirty name?
#299 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well I can't tell you who got dragged off in the middle of the night, but I've heard about 14 years old kid facing up to a year in jail for wearing NRA shirt to school. Sounds pretty totalitarian to me.
news.yahoo.com/14-old-kid-arrested-over-pro-nra-shirt-071819724.html

It's 2 a.m. here and I'm studying for exam on friday, so I really don't have time for lengthy conversations
User avatar
#300 - patchesdacrazy (06/20/2013) [-]
... come on, you are gonna pull the "Im smarter than you" card and your not even going to read the article you sent me?

So in public schooling, because of the way they are funded/setup, they have the ability to strip you of certain rights. (Amendments 1,2, 4, and 8 are the big ones that come to mind). Its weird, and I don't really remember how, but its legal. Anyhoo, the school is able to dictate what they can wear, and what the may not. How the officer got involved is beyond me, but the kid was in the wrong, should have taken off the shirt. The cop is fucking nuts too if he can't handle an 8th grader about his shirt, and has to take it to court to tell a judge, "He yelled at me." Id actually pay money to see that.

Not Totalitarian, just a media head line to get you to read a stupid story of stupid people. Or rather... a stupid cop.
#301 - gjah (06/20/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure there wouldn't be any problems whatsoever if kid wore "protect your rights" shirt with rainbow instead of gun.

IMO, freedom of speech shouldn't end where someone's feelings begin and I firmly stand behind this statement. I just simply can't imagine having any sort of problems in public school in my country for expressing opinions.
You can't just limit this one fundamental freedom of democracy based on current
trends of governments.

On the other note, about the NSA scandal, I can't imagine giving away my privacy because of being scared about possible terrorist attack.
I mean what's next? Identification checkpoints on major roads? CCTV in major cities (like London UK)? Police equipted with assault rifles and martial law? No thanks, I'll take my chances with terrorist attack, I prefer 95% safety and privacy over the 100% safety and fascism.
But maybe it's just me...
#11 - Food for Thought: What exactly would the government hope to ga…  [+] (11 replies) 06/19/2013 on Scumbag America 0
#21 - akimbobears (06/19/2013) [-]
You seem to have confused politicians for people that believe that the things they do have consequences. A common misconception so i'll let it slide.
Clearly they thought they could hide it.
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#15 - traelos (06/19/2013) [-]
Listening to phone calls catches criminals.

Putting Boston under lock prevented Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from shooting or taking a hostage of an innocent bystander.

I mean disagreeing with those actions may make you stupid, but its not your fault for being born that way, not even knowing why they did them makes you ignorant and there's no excuse for that.
#64 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
You are pathetic, like a sheep might I say.
These are EXACTLY the same things communist, fascist and NS totalitarian states did.

You are losing your freedom, your government is turning totalitarian, while you sit at home and support this.... And you are calling others stupid?
#290 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
I will gladly call you stupid.

#294 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
How can you call me stupid when I'm smarter than you?
User avatar
#296 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
Because your only comeback is "Im smarter than you". I have yet to meet an intelligent person to say that to any person, no matter their cleverness.
#297 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well you support your government in spying against it's own citizens and I support real freedom of citizens. Pretty much clear indication of my intelligence, or lack of yours if you think totalitarian government could ever be good.
You are extremly annoying though.
User avatar
#298 - patchesdacrazy (06/19/2013) [-]
Now we're talking.

No, I don't support my government "spying" on our calls. I also have a problem with how they could skim by the rules by rewriting some to track numbers making frequent calls to "areas of interest". However, I understand that there is nothing they could do without a warrant. This includes any form of search, seizures and arrest. Its a terror scare that started with Vietnam and the Anti war protest shit, now being used for the "War on Terror"

Unless you can tell me of one case where someone got dragged off in the middle of the night for calling Obama a dirty name?
#299 - gjah (06/19/2013) [-]
Well I can't tell you who got dragged off in the middle of the night, but I've heard about 14 years old kid facing up to a year in jail for wearing NRA shirt to school. Sounds pretty totalitarian to me.
news.yahoo.com/14-old-kid-arrested-over-pro-nra-shirt-071819724.html

It's 2 a.m. here and I'm studying for exam on friday, so I really don't have time for lengthy conversations
User avatar
#300 - patchesdacrazy (06/20/2013) [-]
... come on, you are gonna pull the "Im smarter than you" card and your not even going to read the article you sent me?

So in public schooling, because of the way they are funded/setup, they have the ability to strip you of certain rights. (Amendments 1,2, 4, and 8 are the big ones that come to mind). Its weird, and I don't really remember how, but its legal. Anyhoo, the school is able to dictate what they can wear, and what the may not. How the officer got involved is beyond me, but the kid was in the wrong, should have taken off the shirt. The cop is fucking nuts too if he can't handle an 8th grader about his shirt, and has to take it to court to tell a judge, "He yelled at me." Id actually pay money to see that.

Not Totalitarian, just a media head line to get you to read a stupid story of stupid people. Or rather... a stupid cop.
#301 - gjah (06/20/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure there wouldn't be any problems whatsoever if kid wore "protect your rights" shirt with rainbow instead of gun.

IMO, freedom of speech shouldn't end where someone's feelings begin and I firmly stand behind this statement. I just simply can't imagine having any sort of problems in public school in my country for expressing opinions.
You can't just limit this one fundamental freedom of democracy based on current
trends of governments.

On the other note, about the NSA scandal, I can't imagine giving away my privacy because of being scared about possible terrorist attack.
I mean what's next? Identification checkpoints on major roads? CCTV in major cities (like London UK)? Police equipted with assault rifles and martial law? No thanks, I'll take my chances with terrorist attack, I prefer 95% safety and privacy over the 100% safety and fascism.
But maybe it's just me...
#398 - Damn, you must have far a better resolution of that picture th…  [+] (1 reply) 06/16/2013 on What a surprise +2
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#399 - speedyonbiscuit (06/16/2013) [-]
I know this pic has really low res, but a guy who commented some hours ago, had one with really high res, and on that you can clearly see what's on the inside of that pc.
#36 - I might be days away from moving to the weirdest city I have e…  [+] (1 reply) 06/13/2013 on PB&J with a side of racism +1
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#41 - sierramike (06/14/2013) [-]
It's not all bad, just stay away from Rockwood, Pioneer Square, and Holiday Park by Lloyd Center Mall, other than those places just the occasional stoner, ghetto nigger, and hipster.
#8 - Why is this not a gif yet?  [+] (6 replies) 06/13/2013 on Didn't invite Jerome to the... +2
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#21 - bendingtimeisgood (06/13/2013) [-]
Who's good at making gifs? Mention them until they come.
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#27 - apocalypticburrito (06/13/2013) [-]
**apocalypticburrito rolled user gggfrt **
we must preform the ritual
and hope for a gif maker
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#28 - bendingtimeisgood (06/13/2013) [-]
**bendingtimeisgood rolled user fjmonaco **
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#29 - apocalypticburrito (06/13/2013) [-]
**apocalypticburrito rolled user lyraheartstrings **
and now
we wait
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#30 - bendingtimeisgood (06/13/2013) [-]
**bendingtimeisgood rolled user SILENCEnight **
Yes.
#50 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
oi44 [dot] tinypic [dot] com [slash] 9iwha1 [dot] jpg
now you just need someone to add the text, i cannot hear it well (sorry)
#140 - I have been a proud advocate for the Xbox, and Microsoft. But …  [+] (4 replies) 06/12/2013 on The King has returned +19
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#152 - thecopyninja (06/12/2013) [-]
united we stand and together we fall!
#148 - Byte (06/12/2013) [-]
I hail to thee with a heavy heart, my brother. Our kingdom has fallen into darkness. A new horizon awaits us, as our beloved Xbox takes it's happy dagger into thine self.
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#146 - patchesdacrazy (06/12/2013) [-]
Damn, I have been watching way too much GoT.
#141 - anon (06/12/2013) [-]
either microsoft died a hero or it lived long enough to become apple, we both know what happened