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#86 - i had the misfortune of finding an ideal women who i've known …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/01/2013 on Scene 0
User avatar #93 - babbylicious (01/01/2013) [-]
Well as long as you two trust each other, then at some point, you two can decide to move together at some point some years further into the future.
#83 - "everyone bullies me for my music tastes" oh god…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/01/2013 on Scene +5
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User avatar #89 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
yeah, but that's just them in general.
i find it even funnier how so many of them make up bullshit stories about how hard their lives are. it's to the point where i've heard scenies from different countries repeat the EXACT SAME SOB STORY. down to the names of the people involved.
it's fucking hilarious
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User avatar #99 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
i'm a professional death metal musician. scenies run every booking agency in my city (small market for underground music)
my band has literally been screwed over in every possible way, because we refuse to conform to their bullshit. needless to say, i have a very healthy hatred of scenies.
#82 - some of them are so sexy it's unfair. and then they have p…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/01/2013 on Scene +15
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User avatar #86 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
i had the misfortune of finding an ideal women who i've known for a few years now. why is this misfortune? i'm french canadian and she lives in austin texas. it costs me 1500$ to see her for two weeks :c
dem catches man
User avatar #93 - babbylicious (01/01/2013) [-]
Well as long as you two trust each other, then at some point, you two can decide to move together at some point some years further into the future.
#385 - you clearly don't have experience with "high functioning&…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/01/2013 on Gun laws... 0
User avatar #399 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I've been studying psychology the past 5 years, but okay.
And I'm not going to argue with you over the internet about something such as aspergers syndrome, and you need not lie to me. High intelligence and "an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge" are not aspects of aspergers, obsession is.
Other people that make up the 99% of the world (being people without aspergers) should not need to know how to act around such individuals. Such individuals should be taught to act around them.

And the people I mention are in fact "high functioning", the one who attacked my friend with that controller had been studying law (ironic, yes) for 2 years prior, and due to no charges being pressed, he's at 5 years.

But yeah, I'm not going to argue with you over the internet, it would be like arguing with a child.
#355 - you clearly don't understand aspergers or autism in general. i…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/01/2013 on Gun laws... 0
User avatar #370 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I didn't mention psychopathy, I mentioned human compassion.
And as I said, I know many with aspergers, and general autism, many of which are extremely aggressive. It does not take much to provoke an autistic person.

One particular friend who I would say has the "mildest" form of aspergers even shows extreme aggression, particularly when people are joking around because he has trouble telling joke from insult... Especially your mum jokes, since he's so damn protective of his mother.
He put a friend of mine in the hospital, it may not have been his intention to hurt him, but he hit him with an xbox controller about 10 times in the space of 3 seconds before I stopped him.
xbox 360 controllers are solid, they won't fracture bone, but he did cause quite a nasty gash on my friends head, eyebrow and lip, all of which needed stitches.

I know a lot about the condition, so I know when you call me ignorant you're just venting your aggression, to be honest, I probably know more about it than you. Because I actually have an understanding of people.
User avatar #385 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
you clearly don't have experience with "high functioning" individuals. that sounds like someone on a much more extreme end. "high function" implies people like myself who are very much normal members of society, with only slight complications, such as my aforementioned issues with sarcasm. i'm also insulted that you feel you would know more about my own condition than me, considering one of the hallmarks of said condition is an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge. it also helps that my mother is in fact an autism consultant.
these people are only violent when outright provoked, and the reason that they are "easily enraged" as you put it is because people don't understand how to act or treat people with the condition, and as a result are more sensitive because they are bullied without end most of their early lives.
furthermore, i find it preposterous that you would claim to "actually understand people" when i was passing university level sociology courses in the 9th grade in my spare time.
it's almost obscene to claim to know a lot about a condition when you don't even understand the root cause of the behaviour you observe.
User avatar #399 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I've been studying psychology the past 5 years, but okay.
And I'm not going to argue with you over the internet about something such as aspergers syndrome, and you need not lie to me. High intelligence and "an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge" are not aspects of aspergers, obsession is.
Other people that make up the 99% of the world (being people without aspergers) should not need to know how to act around such individuals. Such individuals should be taught to act around them.

And the people I mention are in fact "high functioning", the one who attacked my friend with that controller had been studying law (ironic, yes) for 2 years prior, and due to no charges being pressed, he's at 5 years.

But yeah, I'm not going to argue with you over the internet, it would be like arguing with a child.
#273 - there are different degrees of autism. i have very high functi…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/01/2013 on Gun laws... 0
User avatar #293 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I know many very high functioning Asperger's syndrome people, none of which have the human compassion it takes to own a gun.
There's a reason you wouldn't be allowed in the military.
User avatar #355 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
you clearly don't understand aspergers or autism in general. it doesn't make you a psychopath; it makes you hyper-rational. people with autism have difficulty with social interaction because autism enhances the logic sections of the brain, and we all know that social interaction is anything but logical at a surface level. if anything, a high functioning autistic person is less likely to harm another individual, because there are very few "rational" reasons people kill each other. the sole exception to this i could see is if said person is abused and provoked constantly by ignorant people such as yourself.
User avatar #370 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I didn't mention psychopathy, I mentioned human compassion.
And as I said, I know many with aspergers, and general autism, many of which are extremely aggressive. It does not take much to provoke an autistic person.

One particular friend who I would say has the "mildest" form of aspergers even shows extreme aggression, particularly when people are joking around because he has trouble telling joke from insult... Especially your mum jokes, since he's so damn protective of his mother.
He put a friend of mine in the hospital, it may not have been his intention to hurt him, but he hit him with an xbox controller about 10 times in the space of 3 seconds before I stopped him.
xbox 360 controllers are solid, they won't fracture bone, but he did cause quite a nasty gash on my friends head, eyebrow and lip, all of which needed stitches.

I know a lot about the condition, so I know when you call me ignorant you're just venting your aggression, to be honest, I probably know more about it than you. Because I actually have an understanding of people.
User avatar #385 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
you clearly don't have experience with "high functioning" individuals. that sounds like someone on a much more extreme end. "high function" implies people like myself who are very much normal members of society, with only slight complications, such as my aforementioned issues with sarcasm. i'm also insulted that you feel you would know more about my own condition than me, considering one of the hallmarks of said condition is an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge. it also helps that my mother is in fact an autism consultant.
these people are only violent when outright provoked, and the reason that they are "easily enraged" as you put it is because people don't understand how to act or treat people with the condition, and as a result are more sensitive because they are bullied without end most of their early lives.
furthermore, i find it preposterous that you would claim to "actually understand people" when i was passing university level sociology courses in the 9th grade in my spare time.
it's almost obscene to claim to know a lot about a condition when you don't even understand the root cause of the behaviour you observe.
User avatar #399 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I've been studying psychology the past 5 years, but okay.
And I'm not going to argue with you over the internet about something such as aspergers syndrome, and you need not lie to me. High intelligence and "an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge" are not aspects of aspergers, obsession is.
Other people that make up the 99% of the world (being people without aspergers) should not need to know how to act around such individuals. Such individuals should be taught to act around them.

And the people I mention are in fact "high functioning", the one who attacked my friend with that controller had been studying law (ironic, yes) for 2 years prior, and due to no charges being pressed, he's at 5 years.

But yeah, I'm not going to argue with you over the internet, it would be like arguing with a child.
#52 - it's reffering to statistics of people who have a religion in … 01/01/2013 on makes you think 0
#269 - "easily concealable" refers to guns with a shorter t… 01/01/2013 on Gun laws... 0
#35 - yeah, if guns were not readily available to citizens...less wo… 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
#34 - "banning" guns does not mean taking guns away from t…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
User avatar #51 - teufelshunde (12/31/2012) [-]
"Easily concealable handguns"

Good job, you just described pretty much every handgun. Should we ban Glocks because niggers will stick them down in their waistbands, so they're "easily concealable"?
User avatar #269 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
"easily concealable" refers to guns with a shorter than average barrel and small calibre. things that you could carry in your pocket and be relatively unobtrusive. look into the canadian criminal code's list of prohibitted handguns for examples of what "easily concealable" describes in my opinion.
#33 - i find it so hard to believe that safety courses and psych eva…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... +6
User avatar #76 - defeats (12/31/2012) [-]
That taunted me tbh, but when I suggested it, the yanks just said "2nd ammendment says anyone in Murica can have gun, it's their right".
There's no way that everyone in America believes an autistic man should be allowed to own a gun.
User avatar #273 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
there are different degrees of autism. i have very high functioning asperger's syndrome. i'm the same as a normal person except for an enhanced memory and fact retention, some social anxiety and an annoying inability to detect sarcasm. should i not be allowed to own a gun?
there's a big difference between autism and mental illness.
although, if you're low-functioning, you probably shouldn't have access to anything you could hurt yourself or others with.
User avatar #293 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I know many very high functioning Asperger's syndrome people, none of which have the human compassion it takes to own a gun.
There's a reason you wouldn't be allowed in the military.
User avatar #355 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
you clearly don't understand aspergers or autism in general. it doesn't make you a psychopath; it makes you hyper-rational. people with autism have difficulty with social interaction because autism enhances the logic sections of the brain, and we all know that social interaction is anything but logical at a surface level. if anything, a high functioning autistic person is less likely to harm another individual, because there are very few "rational" reasons people kill each other. the sole exception to this i could see is if said person is abused and provoked constantly by ignorant people such as yourself.
User avatar #370 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I didn't mention psychopathy, I mentioned human compassion.
And as I said, I know many with aspergers, and general autism, many of which are extremely aggressive. It does not take much to provoke an autistic person.

One particular friend who I would say has the "mildest" form of aspergers even shows extreme aggression, particularly when people are joking around because he has trouble telling joke from insult... Especially your mum jokes, since he's so damn protective of his mother.
He put a friend of mine in the hospital, it may not have been his intention to hurt him, but he hit him with an xbox controller about 10 times in the space of 3 seconds before I stopped him.
xbox 360 controllers are solid, they won't fracture bone, but he did cause quite a nasty gash on my friends head, eyebrow and lip, all of which needed stitches.

I know a lot about the condition, so I know when you call me ignorant you're just venting your aggression, to be honest, I probably know more about it than you. Because I actually have an understanding of people.
User avatar #385 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
you clearly don't have experience with "high functioning" individuals. that sounds like someone on a much more extreme end. "high function" implies people like myself who are very much normal members of society, with only slight complications, such as my aforementioned issues with sarcasm. i'm also insulted that you feel you would know more about my own condition than me, considering one of the hallmarks of said condition is an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge. it also helps that my mother is in fact an autism consultant.
these people are only violent when outright provoked, and the reason that they are "easily enraged" as you put it is because people don't understand how to act or treat people with the condition, and as a result are more sensitive because they are bullied without end most of their early lives.
furthermore, i find it preposterous that you would claim to "actually understand people" when i was passing university level sociology courses in the 9th grade in my spare time.
it's almost obscene to claim to know a lot about a condition when you don't even understand the root cause of the behaviour you observe.
User avatar #399 - defeats (01/01/2013) [-]
I've been studying psychology the past 5 years, but okay.
And I'm not going to argue with you over the internet about something such as aspergers syndrome, and you need not lie to me. High intelligence and "an extreme ability to absorb and retain knowledge" are not aspects of aspergers, obsession is.
Other people that make up the 99% of the world (being people without aspergers) should not need to know how to act around such individuals. Such individuals should be taught to act around them.

And the people I mention are in fact "high functioning", the one who attacked my friend with that controller had been studying law (ironic, yes) for 2 years prior, and due to no charges being pressed, he's at 5 years.

But yeah, I'm not going to argue with you over the internet, it would be like arguing with a child.
#32 - i'm probably gonna get thumbed down to hell for this, but what…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/31/2012 on makes you think 0
#53 - insanefreak (01/05/2013) [-]
I can only speak for myself in that particular case, so my response is my own opinion.
I think that if scientists could pinpoint it with a 100% accuracy (evidence supporting it isn't the same as being completely certain, eliminating the option of it being possibly something else), it wouldn't answer every question there is.
You see, people would need the intellectual capability to understand how the universe would have come into existence, and even so, more questions that science couldn't answer would remain present. So there will always be people who will need a god.

For example, science says the universe isn't unlimited (bad translation, but I can't find a more appropriate word), meaning there should be an 'end'. But if you look beyond that 'end', what would be there? Atoms were thought to be the smallest thing in existence, then they found dark matter and the like. But what is that stuff made out of? And the stuff making out the stuff that forms dark matter?

As long as people can keep making questions, science will continue. But along science, religion will follow. Because a question unanswered, will always cause people to search for answers, be it by trying to find a scientific explanation, or by appointing it to a god.

As I said, this is purely my own opinion, I'm not really educated on the matter. I just like to think about things like this.
#27 - america has an extremely high percentage of people who identif…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on makes you think +2
User avatar #47 - riddlerenigma (12/31/2012) [-]
True but since America has not got a religious origin you can't a certain religious country. And if what I said was true you guys would be more likely to be Shaman Native Americans as they were the original civilians of America before the 4th of July.

Good grief I didn't even pay that much attention in my history lessons. How the fuck do I know all this?
User avatar #52 - sovereignsunkown (01/01/2013) [-]
it's reffering to statistics of people who have a religion in the country, not the actual official religion of the nation, as far as i could tell.
#275 - i'll write down your username with that note beside it for fut…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/30/2012 on America Logic +5
#278 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
Have a fanfuckingtastic evening!
#271 - this is a political thread on funnyjunk. it's very hard to…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/30/2012 on America Logic +4
#273 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
I'm here to lighten this motherfucker up so when in doubt, I'm probably joking.
User avatar #275 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
i'll write down your username with that note beside it for future reference.
#278 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
Have a fanfuckingtastic evening!
#265 - this is only in eastern canada, under the worst of circumstanc… 12/30/2012 on America Logic 0
#262 - this is ridiculous. our taxes go to far more than healthcare, …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/30/2012 on America Logic -2
#267 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
It's a joke not a dick, don't take it so hard
#271 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
this is a political thread on funnyjunk.
it's very hard to tell what is a joke and what is stupidity.
#273 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
I'm here to lighten this motherfucker up so when in doubt, I'm probably joking.
User avatar #275 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
i'll write down your username with that note beside it for future reference.
#278 - bluejupiter (12/30/2012) [-]
Have a fanfuckingtastic evening!
User avatar #264 - taxation (12/30/2012) [-]
As a fellow Canadian, I say this:
Yeah.
Sorry if that offends some people!

And I definitely appreciate your saying I'm a well-constructed system. Hell yeah, taking money and being sexy about it!
#260 - yeah, pretty much this. because higher taxes are so bad wh… 12/30/2012 on America Logic +2
#258 - wouldn't free state healthcare be giving equality (equal care … 12/30/2012 on America Logic -4
#254 - but it IS very difficult for people who have serious chronic i… 12/30/2012 on America Logic 0
#251 - a 2-4% tax increase on the highest tax bracket? 12/30/2012 on America Logic +1
#147 - and then there was the time in hush issue two when batman made… 12/30/2012 on Damn FOOLS +1
#631 - that was two seperate points. if you'd read my previous commen… 12/30/2012 on Political Junk 0
#56 - a Kryptonite ring, to be exact. i wonder how many times b…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/30/2012 on Damn FOOLS +1
User avatar #79 - tehcashew (12/30/2012) [-]
After luring Superman into a room laced with kryptonite and lit with red sun radiation he proceed to beat up superman that had not only been brought down to a level of strength comparable to an average man, he was weakened again from the kryptonite... He basically beat up a toddler in a superman costume and everyone says it was an oh-so-great win for Batman.
User avatar #147 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
and then there was the time in hush issue two when batman made kryptonite laced armor and beat the shit out of him in a fistfight.
that's more "intelligence over power" in the case of those two fighting, because lets be honest, there's only one or two characters in the whole DC universe who could take superman in a "fair" fight.
#133 - it was more related to the "stops teachers from being arm… 12/30/2012 on Not Afraid -1

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