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#23 - Yeah. Sunburn.  [+] (1 reply) 05/06/2013 on Logic +2
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#60 - Sunburn (05/06/2013) [-]
Yeees?
#70 - No problem. 05/06/2013 on That's Cold +1
#58 - Yes.  [+] (2 replies) 05/06/2013 on That's Cold 0
#59 - damnusername (05/06/2013) [-]
thanks, I've been wondering where that was from for a while now.
#70 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/06/2013) [-]
No problem.
#56 - Zeropunctuation.  [+] (4 replies) 05/06/2013 on That's Cold 0
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#57 - damnusername (05/06/2013) [-]
is that the name of the series?
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#58 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/06/2013) [-]
Yes.
#59 - damnusername (05/06/2013) [-]
thanks, I've been wondering where that was from for a while now.
#70 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/06/2013) [-]
No problem.
#60 - Is hatred bad?  [+] (2 replies) 05/02/2013 on Heaven on /b/ 0
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#61 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Contextual, it can be a strong emotion for change, which can be good, but not when it helps no one, or rather just a select few people. There is empathy to consider here, I would rather people not feel discriminated against at the risk of change, but hating things that cause us nothing but harm, now that's hatred used to move people for change, in a good way.
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#62 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
Why don't racists have the right to discriminate mentally, in the same way someone is allowed to discriminate mentally against someone who is particularly homeless, unattractive, or otherwise disarming?

I'm not saying that Racists have the right to physically harm or discriminate against another person, what I'm asking is, if you have a right to hate racists, why don't racists have a right to hate too? Because they don't hate what you hate? Because you hate them BECAUSE of your hatred?

Hate is hate, context does not change what it is, only how it's applied. Hating for a good cause is not a good thing. By this logic, then Hitler's hatred was a good hatred, because as we've already established, he would've created an essential utopia. You claim that hating things that cause us nothing but harm is good, but what Hitler would've done would've caused a lot of good, as well as bad. Consider that he revitalized the German economy from millions in war debt in the time he lead the nation alone, so by your logic, Hitler, or the Nazi Regime, are not causes worth hating. I personally believe that they are causes worth hating, because what he did was extremely immoral. It wasn't immoral because of racism though, it was immoral because he killed people.
#58 - That's true, but consider this next; In the sam…  [+] (4 replies) 05/02/2013 on Heaven on /b/ -1
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#59 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Racism breeds hate, homosexuality or the freedom of it, breeds love.

So no.
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#60 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
Is hatred bad?
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#61 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Contextual, it can be a strong emotion for change, which can be good, but not when it helps no one, or rather just a select few people. There is empathy to consider here, I would rather people not feel discriminated against at the risk of change, but hating things that cause us nothing but harm, now that's hatred used to move people for change, in a good way.
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#62 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
Why don't racists have the right to discriminate mentally, in the same way someone is allowed to discriminate mentally against someone who is particularly homeless, unattractive, or otherwise disarming?

I'm not saying that Racists have the right to physically harm or discriminate against another person, what I'm asking is, if you have a right to hate racists, why don't racists have a right to hate too? Because they don't hate what you hate? Because you hate them BECAUSE of your hatred?

Hate is hate, context does not change what it is, only how it's applied. Hating for a good cause is not a good thing. By this logic, then Hitler's hatred was a good hatred, because as we've already established, he would've created an essential utopia. You claim that hating things that cause us nothing but harm is good, but what Hitler would've done would've caused a lot of good, as well as bad. Consider that he revitalized the German economy from millions in war debt in the time he lead the nation alone, so by your logic, Hitler, or the Nazi Regime, are not causes worth hating. I personally believe that they are causes worth hating, because what he did was extremely immoral. It wasn't immoral because of racism though, it was immoral because he killed people.
#39 - Actually, it states a fairly simple fact. Racis…  [+] (8 replies) 05/02/2013 on Heaven on /b/ -1
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#41 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Better to teach unity then to exterminate people who do not fit into the majority.

Regardless of whether it would be better, eradicating a race is racist, and support for it also is racist, even if it is true what you say..
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#58 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
That's true, but consider this next;


In the same way that a homosexual has a right to be homosexual, shouldn't a racist have the right to be racist? They don't have the right to insult or persecute others in the same way that a homosexual can't insult or persecute a heterosexual.

Do people have a right to be hateful, if they also recognize and respect the fact that they can not mistreat people as a result of that hatred?
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#59 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Racism breeds hate, homosexuality or the freedom of it, breeds love.

So no.
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#60 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
Is hatred bad?
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#61 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
Contextual, it can be a strong emotion for change, which can be good, but not when it helps no one, or rather just a select few people. There is empathy to consider here, I would rather people not feel discriminated against at the risk of change, but hating things that cause us nothing but harm, now that's hatred used to move people for change, in a good way.
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#62 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/02/2013) [-]
Why don't racists have the right to discriminate mentally, in the same way someone is allowed to discriminate mentally against someone who is particularly homeless, unattractive, or otherwise disarming?

I'm not saying that Racists have the right to physically harm or discriminate against another person, what I'm asking is, if you have a right to hate racists, why don't racists have a right to hate too? Because they don't hate what you hate? Because you hate them BECAUSE of your hatred?

Hate is hate, context does not change what it is, only how it's applied. Hating for a good cause is not a good thing. By this logic, then Hitler's hatred was a good hatred, because as we've already established, he would've created an essential utopia. You claim that hating things that cause us nothing but harm is good, but what Hitler would've done would've caused a lot of good, as well as bad. Consider that he revitalized the German economy from millions in war debt in the time he lead the nation alone, so by your logic, Hitler, or the Nazi Regime, are not causes worth hating. I personally believe that they are causes worth hating, because what he did was extremely immoral. It wasn't immoral because of racism though, it was immoral because he killed people.
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#42 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
That is a definition of racist.
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#43 - mussyo (05/02/2013) [-]
The*
#46 - I bet you Kennedy tapped that.  [+] (3 replies) 05/02/2013 on The Queen +29
#201 - anon (05/02/2013) [-]
Because something tapped Kennedy.
#184 - CatfishCrothers (05/02/2013) [-]
I wouldn't be surprised at all.
#53 - fourtwentt (05/02/2013) [-]