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#143 - Green Bay Sucks. **** the Brewers too, just a bunch of drunks.  [+] (3 replies) 06/12/2012 on My God... -2
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#152 - trollmuffin (06/12/2012) [-]
13 championship 4 superbowls and 14-2 this season. What's your favorite team the giants? When you become a fan around the superbowl?
#148 - trollmuffin (06/12/2012) [-]
Fuck your couch motha fucka
#40 - i actually am colorblind: "the sky is blue, t…  [+] (4 replies) 06/10/2012 on Colorblind +16
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#250 - meganinja (06/10/2012) [-]
even if the guy was completely colorblind, he wouldn't be retarded, as everybody knows that the sky is blue, even if he doesn't know what blue is.
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#46 - ferrettamer (06/10/2012) [-]
Is it possible to become colourblind after birth? Cause apparently my friend thinks red is blue, etc... but I don't believe him, as he would have been taught that what is red but looks different for him is still called red? Am I right, or crazy?
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#76 - xinsai (06/10/2012) [-]
eh, it works a bit like this.... Go stare at one of those images that makes you stare at it for 30 seconds and look at the wall (making you see the image in opposite colors).

Basically, the cone ( i think this is the term, science peeps help me out here) does not function and can only render the other color. Red/Blue is on one cone. The red is recognized as being blue, because he cannot differentiate between red and blue, it looks like the same color due to the cone not functioning properly
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#77 - xinsai (06/10/2012) [-]
I forgot to include what I was talking about in the first part --

The cone "burns out" and cannot see the color you were originally staring at and can only see the opposite color of the relating cone. If staring at blue, you'd see red in its place because the blue cone was "burned out"