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#18 - Did try it. Catchy Songs. Neat designs. Decided to check …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/26/2015 on "Muffins" 0
User avatar #19 - affix (17 hours ago) [-]
Hey thanks for taking the step that 90% of people, no exaggeration, don't take.
And that is just trying something radically new.
The creators did however gear it for all ages, i cant find the tweet right now. They were blown away by how effective it was.
#6 - Yo man what the **** Cancer in a kids show, that's …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/26/2015 on "Muffins" +1
User avatar #10 - affix (05/26/2015) [-]
The target demographic is actually all ages.
Like disney, pixar, and the like.
User avatar #9 - affix (05/26/2015) [-]
Maybe watch it instead of taking all the fuckboy's words for it that its a kids show, and has cancer.

Maybe try it for yourself like thousands have, and have seen its a good show.
User avatar #18 - sirformidio (05/26/2015) [-]
Did try it. Catchy Songs. Neat designs. Decided to check it out once I saw some of 0r0chi's art on FA Not exactly my cup of tea however.
Also; I guess 'main demographic' is a better word. The majority of the content will be directed towards pre-pubescent girls, and while other people will find charm in the show, they are not the core, and they should be largely ignored when it comes to input for the show.
User avatar #19 - affix (17 hours ago) [-]
Hey thanks for taking the step that 90% of people, no exaggeration, don't take.
And that is just trying something radically new.
The creators did however gear it for all ages, i cant find the tweet right now. They were blown away by how effective it was.
#107 - Well, aside from the headaches (and lack of being awake and al…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/25/2015 on Marijuana 0
User avatar #112 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Personally I'd say it fits my idea of addiction too. After prolonged use of marijuana, you definitely feel your brain's reward mechanism being affected, plus the issues of insomnia and loss of appetite as you mention, but also anxiety, mood swings and sweating in my experience.

The counter-arguments that I have read that weren't typical retarded stoner arguments, are that it is all psychological, were that it isn't the weed itself that causes these withdrawal effects, but a psychological issue instead, that is caused by an abuse of weed and not just a use of weed. When obese people begin dieting for real, they also usually feel the same symptoms as a weed withdrawal.

Caffeine gives clear symptoms of addiction when in withdrawal; constipation and head aches among more.
#128 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
(same anon here) Also I have never experienced physical addiction after quitting weed. The only things i have noticed after not smoking for a few days for th first time in a long time is lack of apettite (ape-titty?) and some trouble getting asleep. However I don't think you can consider these signs of physical dependency, they're merely bodily adaptations to a change of diet. Weed makes you hungry and sleepy -> quitting weed makes you less hungry and sleepy, since your body is used to those states being "induced". It disappears after a few days as well. With weed you never get things like nausea or anything like that, at least not for me. And because of that you can't say its physically adicting I would argue.
#124 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
The thing with (mental) addiction is that you can't define a boundary, therefore the entire word is sort off meaningless.
In the end all you are as a person is different desires, some of which contradict eachother. So saying you're addicted to achieving in sports is just as legit as being addicted to smoking weed. People say things like "you're addicted once it starts affecting your life" but that means basically every desire in your mind is an addiction.



User avatar #125 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Just ignore the whole medical part of the question that is the essence of this thread.
#129 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
Yeah I was just getting to that, its in the other comment I just posted
User avatar #133 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Ah, I thought you were saying you can't define addictions at all because mental addictions exist.

>"With weed you never get things like nausea or anything like that, at least not for me. And because of that you can't say its physically adicting I would argue"
That's the typical argument you hear, and I think I agree with that. I do get horribly sweaty, especially while sleeping, where I have changed the covers in the middle of the night several times, because the bed was literally soaked in my sweat, but I think that could be explained with mental issues too.

I also get the impression from personal experience that people who get/got problems with weed, were the people who only started smoking to get away from said problem and/or other issues already.
#140 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
I think I might know what causes the sweating in your sleep.
When you sleep after having smoked weed that day, you tend to not dream or at least not very vividly.
So when you goto bed after not having smoked that day, or the first night in a while, your brain will "compensate" by dreaming extremely intense and realistic. I have read about this and also perosnally experienced it many times. After holiday's where I smoked everyday and then suddenly stopped, I have had dreams of playing soccer for example where I could literally feel every ball contact. Sometimes I even did other drugs in my actuall dream and felt completely overwhelmed by the effect of the drug. I never experineced any dream remotely this vivid if it wasn't after quitting weed.

So it is very possible that you had some stressfull dreams while quitting which caused you to sweat like that. As for the daytime, maybe its just you being a little more sesitive to stress all together when you aren't high?
User avatar #145 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Ah, you misunderstand me. It's in withdrawal that I start to sweat, especially if I start remembering my dreams again. Maybe it's the anxiety and stress, but it's a lot, mang, and it's something all my stoner friends can relate to
#148 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
Yeah isn't that what I said?
When you smoke you don't dream, so when you QUIT smoking you dream very intense causing you to sweat. Or is that not what withdrawal means? It means to stop after a long time right?
User avatar #149 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Wow, I read your comment with half-assed attention, so I thought you thought that I was talking about sweating while I was smoking.

I wrote the anxiety and stress part, because I agreed with your comment, so yes, that was what you wrote. In this new light, I think your whole comment sounds like a pretty good guess
#215 - "I have no idea. People who boast about their IQ are lose… 05/25/2015 on Smarter than you white guys... +1
#105 - Well yeah. In large doses. Much like Stephen Fry said "To… 05/25/2015 on Marijuana 0
#104 - Because if it was a matter of live and let live, it'd be one t… 05/25/2015 on Marijuana +1
#103 - In order to be considered addictive, you need to go without it…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/25/2015 on Marijuana -1
User avatar #106 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Pretty sure everyone knows what happens if you are addicted. The trick is to distinct between a real chemical drug withdrawal and a purely psychological addiction that may still affect you physically
User avatar #107 - sirformidio (05/25/2015) [-]
Well, aside from the headaches (and lack of being awake and alert), I'd argue that caffeine is a merely psychological addiction. However, many consider this to not be the case, and express extreme pain during withdrawal. It's different for everyone.
According to about 20 minutes worth of research, marijuana seems to be largely psychological, but I'd argue that sleeplessness and lack of appetite could be shuffled into the physical aspect.
User avatar #112 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Personally I'd say it fits my idea of addiction too. After prolonged use of marijuana, you definitely feel your brain's reward mechanism being affected, plus the issues of insomnia and loss of appetite as you mention, but also anxiety, mood swings and sweating in my experience.

The counter-arguments that I have read that weren't typical retarded stoner arguments, are that it is all psychological, were that it isn't the weed itself that causes these withdrawal effects, but a psychological issue instead, that is caused by an abuse of weed and not just a use of weed. When obese people begin dieting for real, they also usually feel the same symptoms as a weed withdrawal.

Caffeine gives clear symptoms of addiction when in withdrawal; constipation and head aches among more.
#128 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
(same anon here) Also I have never experienced physical addiction after quitting weed. The only things i have noticed after not smoking for a few days for th first time in a long time is lack of apettite (ape-titty?) and some trouble getting asleep. However I don't think you can consider these signs of physical dependency, they're merely bodily adaptations to a change of diet. Weed makes you hungry and sleepy -> quitting weed makes you less hungry and sleepy, since your body is used to those states being "induced". It disappears after a few days as well. With weed you never get things like nausea or anything like that, at least not for me. And because of that you can't say its physically adicting I would argue.
#124 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
The thing with (mental) addiction is that you can't define a boundary, therefore the entire word is sort off meaningless.
In the end all you are as a person is different desires, some of which contradict eachother. So saying you're addicted to achieving in sports is just as legit as being addicted to smoking weed. People say things like "you're addicted once it starts affecting your life" but that means basically every desire in your mind is an addiction.



User avatar #125 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Just ignore the whole medical part of the question that is the essence of this thread.
#129 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
Yeah I was just getting to that, its in the other comment I just posted
User avatar #133 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Ah, I thought you were saying you can't define addictions at all because mental addictions exist.

>"With weed you never get things like nausea or anything like that, at least not for me. And because of that you can't say its physically adicting I would argue"
That's the typical argument you hear, and I think I agree with that. I do get horribly sweaty, especially while sleeping, where I have changed the covers in the middle of the night several times, because the bed was literally soaked in my sweat, but I think that could be explained with mental issues too.

I also get the impression from personal experience that people who get/got problems with weed, were the people who only started smoking to get away from said problem and/or other issues already.
#140 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
I think I might know what causes the sweating in your sleep.
When you sleep after having smoked weed that day, you tend to not dream or at least not very vividly.
So when you goto bed after not having smoked that day, or the first night in a while, your brain will "compensate" by dreaming extremely intense and realistic. I have read about this and also perosnally experienced it many times. After holiday's where I smoked everyday and then suddenly stopped, I have had dreams of playing soccer for example where I could literally feel every ball contact. Sometimes I even did other drugs in my actuall dream and felt completely overwhelmed by the effect of the drug. I never experineced any dream remotely this vivid if it wasn't after quitting weed.

So it is very possible that you had some stressfull dreams while quitting which caused you to sweat like that. As for the daytime, maybe its just you being a little more sesitive to stress all together when you aren't high?
User avatar #145 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Ah, you misunderstand me. It's in withdrawal that I start to sweat, especially if I start remembering my dreams again. Maybe it's the anxiety and stress, but it's a lot, mang, and it's something all my stoner friends can relate to
#148 - anonymous (05/25/2015) [-]
Yeah isn't that what I said?
When you smoke you don't dream, so when you QUIT smoking you dream very intense causing you to sweat. Or is that not what withdrawal means? It means to stop after a long time right?
User avatar #149 - minorian (05/25/2015) [-]
Wow, I read your comment with half-assed attention, so I thought you thought that I was talking about sweating while I was smoking.

I wrote the anxiety and stress part, because I agreed with your comment, so yes, that was what you wrote. In this new light, I think your whole comment sounds like a pretty good guess
#101 - Nothing is addictive with enough willpower. I think the lack o… 05/25/2015 on Marijuana +2
#90 - I think it's more: No matter who you were in life, no matt… 05/20/2015 on Itomb +1
#38 - Rorshach and Batman are similar in most ways, except for one. …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/19/2015 on Batman is a nice fellow +46
#59 - lordraine (05/20/2015) [-]
No, he can. He originally had a gun, and he's used lethal force in the past. Batman chooses to view 99% of the villains he fights as mentally unstable people who need help.

That's why they reboot the Joker every few years. After awhile, the justification that he's a mentally ill patient and not a mass murderer wears thin. There were even a few runs where they executed him.
User avatar #81 - Tyranitar (05/20/2015) [-]
That's why they chose to kill him off in the Arkham games. The game developers began to feel that it was pointless for Batman to keep believing in Joker when there obviously isn't anything there to believe in. Even Batman, at some point, would have to realize that it would be better to let Joker die than to continuously fail to stop him from killing innocent people.
User avatar #133 - angelious (05/20/2015) [-]
>>#92, >>#38, >>#59,


the reason batman doesnt kill joker or any off his villains. is because he is insane, with obsession over justice and order. he physically cant bring himself to kill joker or anybody else.
User avatar #92 - slycoop (05/20/2015) [-]
https://youtube.com/devicesupport While I agree with your statement about Joker being left alive being pointless, you're forgetting that in Arkham City, Batman told Joker that he still would have saved him despite everything. Watch the scene again.
User avatar #93 - Tyranitar (05/20/2015) [-]
I know that's what Batman said, I was talking about the developers. They got bored with the old story of "Joker gets caught, they try to rehabilitate him, but he just gets out and kills more people anyway"
User avatar #94 - slycoop (05/20/2015) [-]
Yeah, it was definitely a refreshing change. If they bull some bullshit where the Arkham Knight in the upcoming game turns out to be the Joker, I will be so disappointed. That's one of my most anticipated games in quite some time, and I would hate to see it turn into another Joker led story instead of continuing with the interesting twist they had in the last game.

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User avatar #8 to #7 - sirformidio (02/20/2013) [-]
Thanks. I see his cute little face in the morning and it cheers me up a bit, helps me from getting too sad along a day.
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#1 - anonymous (04/22/2012) [-]
Just a question, did you get that BF3 physics .gif from that filename thread on /v/ last night?
User avatar #2 to #1 - sirformidio (04/22/2012) [-]
yeah, why?
I found it funny and it's the best way to spread joy.
#3 to #2 - anonymous (04/22/2012) [-]
Just curious; I agree with the spread the joy idea, I just didn't know anyone else on funnyjunk went to 4chan for anything other than /b/.
User avatar #4 to #3 - sirformidio (04/22/2012) [-]
I go to /v/ and /wg/ and occasionally /b/ if I'm REALLY bored.
Other than that, no.
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