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#67 - can you say that in a different way? i don't exactly understan…  [+] (3 replies) 09/21/2015 on TV Show Marathon 0
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#69 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
yeah, sorry i'm not good at explaining things

i don't know what would be a better scenario for the show
letting the main girl transform into some small thing

or just the fact that all the girls are completely, i guess blind to her bad habits
#71 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I think it would be silly to have it be a literal transformation. You know how girls sometimes use emoticons like >.< and ^_^? I think that she's just acting cute just like in real life girls use faces like that to be cute.
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#81 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
idk one of the girls is pretty crazy for the MC so i think just changing the facial expression wouldn't be able to give her 3 different personas that can fool her friends.

but idk the only way i can see that being the case is if they're just pretending not to notice she is a slob
#65 - in my head i like to think that she acts more child like and b…  [+] (5 replies) 09/21/2015 on TV Show Marathon 0
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#66 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
i know those people look the same, but i don't what option would be better for the show
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#67 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
can you say that in a different way? i don't exactly understand what you're trying to say
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#69 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
yeah, sorry i'm not good at explaining things

i don't know what would be a better scenario for the show
letting the main girl transform into some small thing

or just the fact that all the girls are completely, i guess blind to her bad habits
#71 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I think it would be silly to have it be a literal transformation. You know how girls sometimes use emoticons like >.< and ^_^? I think that she's just acting cute just like in real life girls use faces like that to be cute.
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#81 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
idk one of the girls is pretty crazy for the MC so i think just changing the facial expression wouldn't be able to give her 3 different personas that can fool her friends.

but idk the only way i can see that being the case is if they're just pretending not to notice she is a slob
#37 - but in real life people cant transform into moeblobs,  [+] (2 replies) 09/20/2015 on TV Show Marathon 0
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#38 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
it's an anime?
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#53 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I like to think that the show adheres to real life physics and her moeblob form is just symbolism.
#35 - but she's not actually a moeblob, it's just a representation o…  [+] (11 replies) 09/20/2015 on TV Show Marathon 0
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#64 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
are you sure its just a representation? maybe im misreading it, but is are you sure its just a representation her friends can't tell which is which even the creepy one
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#65 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
in my head i like to think that she acts more child like and babyish so it fools the creepy girl into thinking she's a little sister
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#66 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
i know those people look the same, but i don't what option would be better for the show
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#67 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
can you say that in a different way? i don't exactly understand what you're trying to say
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#69 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
yeah, sorry i'm not good at explaining things

i don't know what would be a better scenario for the show
letting the main girl transform into some small thing

or just the fact that all the girls are completely, i guess blind to her bad habits
#71 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I think it would be silly to have it be a literal transformation. You know how girls sometimes use emoticons like >.< and ^_^? I think that she's just acting cute just like in real life girls use faces like that to be cute.
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#81 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
idk one of the girls is pretty crazy for the MC so i think just changing the facial expression wouldn't be able to give her 3 different personas that can fool her friends.

but idk the only way i can see that being the case is if they're just pretending not to notice she is a slob
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#36 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
But that's how she wants to be. The her at school is just an act to appear to be normal.
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#37 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
but in real life people cant transform into moeblobs,
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#38 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
it's an anime?
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#53 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I like to think that the show adheres to real life physics and her moeblob form is just symbolism.
#5 - I used to think it was awful until I watched it and realizxed …  [+] (13 replies) 09/20/2015 on TV Show Marathon +7
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#20 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
But that's the fake her. The real her is the disgusting moeblob.
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#35 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
but she's not actually a moeblob, it's just a representation of how lazy she is
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#64 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
are you sure its just a representation? maybe im misreading it, but is are you sure its just a representation her friends can't tell which is which even the creepy one
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#65 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
in my head i like to think that she acts more child like and babyish so it fools the creepy girl into thinking she's a little sister
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#66 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
i know those people look the same, but i don't what option would be better for the show
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#67 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
can you say that in a different way? i don't exactly understand what you're trying to say
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#69 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
yeah, sorry i'm not good at explaining things

i don't know what would be a better scenario for the show
letting the main girl transform into some small thing

or just the fact that all the girls are completely, i guess blind to her bad habits
#71 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I think it would be silly to have it be a literal transformation. You know how girls sometimes use emoticons like >.< and ^_^? I think that she's just acting cute just like in real life girls use faces like that to be cute.
User avatar
#81 - admiralloli (09/21/2015) [-]
idk one of the girls is pretty crazy for the MC so i think just changing the facial expression wouldn't be able to give her 3 different personas that can fool her friends.

but idk the only way i can see that being the case is if they're just pretending not to notice she is a slob
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#36 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
But that's how she wants to be. The her at school is just an act to appear to be normal.
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#37 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
but in real life people cant transform into moeblobs,
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#38 - congthea (09/20/2015) [-]
it's an anime?
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#53 - schindewolforch (09/21/2015) [-]
I like to think that the show adheres to real life physics and her moeblob form is just symbolism.
#15 - A religion is a belief in the supernatural, therefore north ko…  [+] (2 replies) 09/20/2015 on Jesus christ woman 0
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#17 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
I guess I should have been more clear: it's not an organized religion, it would probably have to be considered paganism. There is no Holy Book, no official set of beliefs, there's not even an actual name for it, and I very much doubt that there is a single place of worship for Kim Jong Un, something that even Greek and Roman paganists had. That makes it very, very different from most beliefs and religions, which originated in various ways and shaped their respective cultures. This hardly shapes the culture of Korea, and if it does, it mostly destroys it rather than creating or changing it, unlike most religions, which change and create culture.

Yes, sometimes science got shot down in the name of religion in Europe. It's unfortunate, but that kind of thing happens. Yet, in spite of all that, Europe (and by extent, the West) is now home to the most recent technologies and strongest nations in the entire world. Religion is obviously not that harmful to the progression of science if even the most religious place on the planet can succeed and completely turn their terrible situation around with the power of scientific prgoress.

The people who have used their influence within religion (like the Pope or the Dalai Lama) have always had a government or some sort of legal power behind them to legitimize what they say or do. The Pope has the Vatican (earlier the Vatican was part of the Papal States, which was even bigger and had even more land), which is its own country, and other nations within Europe, the Dalai Lama has Tibet, etc. If there was not a single government willing to back up the Pope, he would probably have very little power outside of religious influence and speeches. The only reasons the Crusades happened, for instance, is because he had political power from Holy Rome that allowed him to call them and influence the French, English, Germans, and other Christian nations.

The conservatives are only in power because the people put them in power. There is not much you can do other than prove to the people that climate change does indeed exist, and if they deny it, make complete fools of them. Over half of Americans think that human driven global warming is a real thing, which means that we don't have much farther to go in order to convince enough people so that we can start passing laws and such to fix this issue more effectively.
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#24 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
its paganism, so I don't just hate organized religion, I hate all forms of religion, even if it isn't organized. It's harmful. Your argument underplays its slow of scientific knowledge, and I think that any amount of slowing of scientific development is bad.
#12 - global warming is a big issue, but ultra conservative conserva…  [+] (5 replies) 09/20/2015 on Jesus christ woman -1
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#14 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
Eventually conservatives will be forced to accept that global warming is a thing and something will have to be done about it. Besides, it's not really about religion to the conservatives in Congress and other places that are preventing this, they're really concerned about their money.

The situation that you are describing in North Korea isn't a negative effect of religion. I doubt many people would consider Koreans worshipping a dictator an actual religion. It's really more of an obsessional faith rather than a religion like Islam or Shinto or Christianity. This obsession is caused by the North Korean regime controlling the flow of information in a way that has the poor citizens of the country believing that their leader is a god or something. You can't really use religion to truly control people unless you have some sort of political or legal influence to back you up.
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#21 - PeRvKiTTeH (09/20/2015) [-]
Well I mean christianity and islam were created by some of the scummiest people on earth. So I can believe that religions original purpose was to control the weak minded at first and then a large majority of the population through popularity of said religions
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#15 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
A religion is a belief in the supernatural, therefore north korean dictator worshipping is a religion. The catholic church controlled the flow of information and prevented galileo from publishing his discoveries that indicated that earth was not the center of the universe. You're telling me that religion isn't bad because it can't control people without some sort of motive and a position of power, but people have been and are using their positions of power with religion to control people. You said that conservatives will be forced to accept global warming, but when presented with heavy evidence, and they still choose not to accept it, there isn't anything else that will change their mind. Bill nye goes around and asks deniers what would change their views and they say they want more evidence and when he pulls out hundreds of studies indicating rising temperatures they still choose not to believe it. I do agree however, eventually the issue will be settled, but the point is that by then it will be too late. Climate change isn't really about religion, yes, but the republican party controlls the hardcore christian, they align themseleves with that demographic of people so they can make fiscal and social changes and use that religion to make it happen. Without religion, there would not be that level of manipulation,
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#17 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
I guess I should have been more clear: it's not an organized religion, it would probably have to be considered paganism. There is no Holy Book, no official set of beliefs, there's not even an actual name for it, and I very much doubt that there is a single place of worship for Kim Jong Un, something that even Greek and Roman paganists had. That makes it very, very different from most beliefs and religions, which originated in various ways and shaped their respective cultures. This hardly shapes the culture of Korea, and if it does, it mostly destroys it rather than creating or changing it, unlike most religions, which change and create culture.

Yes, sometimes science got shot down in the name of religion in Europe. It's unfortunate, but that kind of thing happens. Yet, in spite of all that, Europe (and by extent, the West) is now home to the most recent technologies and strongest nations in the entire world. Religion is obviously not that harmful to the progression of science if even the most religious place on the planet can succeed and completely turn their terrible situation around with the power of scientific prgoress.

The people who have used their influence within religion (like the Pope or the Dalai Lama) have always had a government or some sort of legal power behind them to legitimize what they say or do. The Pope has the Vatican (earlier the Vatican was part of the Papal States, which was even bigger and had even more land), which is its own country, and other nations within Europe, the Dalai Lama has Tibet, etc. If there was not a single government willing to back up the Pope, he would probably have very little power outside of religious influence and speeches. The only reasons the Crusades happened, for instance, is because he had political power from Holy Rome that allowed him to call them and influence the French, English, Germans, and other Christian nations.

The conservatives are only in power because the people put them in power. There is not much you can do other than prove to the people that climate change does indeed exist, and if they deny it, make complete fools of them. Over half of Americans think that human driven global warming is a real thing, which means that we don't have much farther to go in order to convince enough people so that we can start passing laws and such to fix this issue more effectively.
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#24 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
its paganism, so I don't just hate organized religion, I hate all forms of religion, even if it isn't organized. It's harmful. Your argument underplays its slow of scientific knowledge, and I think that any amount of slowing of scientific development is bad.
#10 - extreme islam wouldn't exist today. Extreme christianity would…  [+] (7 replies) 09/20/2015 on Jesus christ woman -1
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#11 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
I think the world has bigger problems than religious extremism. How about mass poverty and famine? Do you think global warming and rising ocean levels are a small issue compared to religion? Is religion that bad that it's even worse than the injustices that China, North Korea, and many other dictatorships, kingdoms, and autocracies create daily against their own people?
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#12 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
global warming is a big issue, but ultra conservative conservatives, which are highly influenced by their religion, continue to deny that it is a problem and without that influence, we could work towards solving bigger problems. North Koreans are brainwashed to see whoever their dictator is as a god. Their time measurement system is based on what year kim il-sung was born, personal accounts from north korean prison refugees indicate that even after arriving in their country of choice, they are afraid to think traitorous thoughts in fear that kim jong un / il will here them. That type of indoctrination of thought was surely inspired from the fact that religion has been used to control people for thousands of years.
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#14 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
Eventually conservatives will be forced to accept that global warming is a thing and something will have to be done about it. Besides, it's not really about religion to the conservatives in Congress and other places that are preventing this, they're really concerned about their money.

The situation that you are describing in North Korea isn't a negative effect of religion. I doubt many people would consider Koreans worshipping a dictator an actual religion. It's really more of an obsessional faith rather than a religion like Islam or Shinto or Christianity. This obsession is caused by the North Korean regime controlling the flow of information in a way that has the poor citizens of the country believing that their leader is a god or something. You can't really use religion to truly control people unless you have some sort of political or legal influence to back you up.
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#21 - PeRvKiTTeH (09/20/2015) [-]
Well I mean christianity and islam were created by some of the scummiest people on earth. So I can believe that religions original purpose was to control the weak minded at first and then a large majority of the population through popularity of said religions
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#15 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
A religion is a belief in the supernatural, therefore north korean dictator worshipping is a religion. The catholic church controlled the flow of information and prevented galileo from publishing his discoveries that indicated that earth was not the center of the universe. You're telling me that religion isn't bad because it can't control people without some sort of motive and a position of power, but people have been and are using their positions of power with religion to control people. You said that conservatives will be forced to accept global warming, but when presented with heavy evidence, and they still choose not to accept it, there isn't anything else that will change their mind. Bill nye goes around and asks deniers what would change their views and they say they want more evidence and when he pulls out hundreds of studies indicating rising temperatures they still choose not to believe it. I do agree however, eventually the issue will be settled, but the point is that by then it will be too late. Climate change isn't really about religion, yes, but the republican party controlls the hardcore christian, they align themseleves with that demographic of people so they can make fiscal and social changes and use that religion to make it happen. Without religion, there would not be that level of manipulation,
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#17 - talpss (09/20/2015) [-]
I guess I should have been more clear: it's not an organized religion, it would probably have to be considered paganism. There is no Holy Book, no official set of beliefs, there's not even an actual name for it, and I very much doubt that there is a single place of worship for Kim Jong Un, something that even Greek and Roman paganists had. That makes it very, very different from most beliefs and religions, which originated in various ways and shaped their respective cultures. This hardly shapes the culture of Korea, and if it does, it mostly destroys it rather than creating or changing it, unlike most religions, which change and create culture.

Yes, sometimes science got shot down in the name of religion in Europe. It's unfortunate, but that kind of thing happens. Yet, in spite of all that, Europe (and by extent, the West) is now home to the most recent technologies and strongest nations in the entire world. Religion is obviously not that harmful to the progression of science if even the most religious place on the planet can succeed and completely turn their terrible situation around with the power of scientific prgoress.

The people who have used their influence within religion (like the Pope or the Dalai Lama) have always had a government or some sort of legal power behind them to legitimize what they say or do. The Pope has the Vatican (earlier the Vatican was part of the Papal States, which was even bigger and had even more land), which is its own country, and other nations within Europe, the Dalai Lama has Tibet, etc. If there was not a single government willing to back up the Pope, he would probably have very little power outside of religious influence and speeches. The only reasons the Crusades happened, for instance, is because he had political power from Holy Rome that allowed him to call them and influence the French, English, Germans, and other Christian nations.

The conservatives are only in power because the people put them in power. There is not much you can do other than prove to the people that climate change does indeed exist, and if they deny it, make complete fools of them. Over half of Americans think that human driven global warming is a real thing, which means that we don't have much farther to go in order to convince enough people so that we can start passing laws and such to fix this issue more effectively.
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#24 - schindewolforch (09/20/2015) [-]
its paganism, so I don't just hate organized religion, I hate all forms of religion, even if it isn't organized. It's harmful. Your argument underplays its slow of scientific knowledge, and I think that any amount of slowing of scientific development is bad.