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#42 - the mental image of a jhen mohran frolicing in a suburban gard…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2012 on Not Afraid 0
User avatar #48 - bramdk (12/29/2012) [-]
hahahaha well its nice seeing i made someone laugh
this was actually one of those comments that made me laugh at what i just wrote down after sending it

although i saw them more as like mole thingies so you have like this tiny common mole hill and you go look at it and jhen mohran just bursts up and takes the garden the house and pretty much everything around it with it
#39 - >Liberal NRA OHGODLOL that is possibly the biggest … 12/29/2012 on Not Afraid +2
#37 - hey man, what if one of these fuckers breaks into your house? …  [+] (3 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Not Afraid +2
#40 - bramdk (12/29/2012) [-]
ohhhh that happens every day just get a pet nargacuga hell get em the real problem are those jhen mohrans in my garden they are a real plague to get out
User avatar #42 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
the mental image of a jhen mohran frolicing in a suburban garden, smashing houses and rolling onto cars has me laughing hysterically. i wish i could thumb you up more than once.
User avatar #48 - bramdk (12/29/2012) [-]
hahahaha well its nice seeing i made someone laugh
this was actually one of those comments that made me laugh at what i just wrote down after sending it

although i saw them more as like mole thingies so you have like this tiny common mole hill and you go look at it and jhen mohran just bursts up and takes the garden the house and pretty much everything around it with it
#33 - why psych evaluations and gun safety courses are not mandatory…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2012 on Not Afraid +5
#58 - jakeattack (12/30/2012) [-]
see what i have to live with?
#32 - guys. i have the best idea ever. guys listen. lets give ev…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Not Afraid 0
User avatar #132 - swittig (12/30/2012) [-]
That's such a straw man argument and nothing close to what I said.
User avatar #133 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
it was more related to the "stops teachers from being armed" remark.
and yeah, it's a huge strawman, but it's also pretty much the simplest form of what i hear from a lot of "pro-gun" people.
i've always kind of observed that criminals carry guns because they're an equalizer, they expect the people they're attacking to also have guns. if less people have them, criminals would have have less need for them. of course, that's not the ONLY reason, but it's still a pretty big one in a lot of cases. if you feel you need protection, why not just stop the problem at it's roots, poverty and misplaced aggression. have better programs for educating the poor, and creating better opportunities for them, and have state sponsored martial arts courses taught to all children up until the start of high school (where it would become optional).
sort of unrelated, but i've seen so many stupid people shouting retardedness like "ban all guns" or "give everyone guns" instead of looking at the real issue.
#360 - and i'm actually Canadian, i've seen the mandatory safety cour… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#358 - why would i disagree with the way things are run in another co… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#332 - i'm not sure what you're trying to say here, it seems like you…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#352 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
Sorry, i grabbed onto your third point and took it in a weird direction. I've gone back and reread this thread and it showed me something;

Your original opinion was this: gun safety courses should be mandatory.

Actually, I'm a hardcore Constitutional libertarian.... and i agree with you! That is to say, in my home State, i would actually not be opposed to a mandatory, quality gun-safety course for each new gun owner. I may also devote some of my life effort to convincing other states to follow suit if i had time to in order to reduce gun violence/accidents.

The only applicable part of that other tangent i went off on is this: In the U.S., the Federal government is not supposed to dictate any kind of regulation over its citizens' ability to possess arms - it's purely a State issue.

So, to bring this full circle - If you and I don't disagree on the State vs Federal issue, then I'm perfectly okay with you being a Liberal - we will go about our way if we are in different States, and debate each-other if we disagree about issues in the same state. Also, thus i thumb down the stupid Anons for perpetuating the ridiculous "Republican vs. Democrat" faux-feud.
User avatar #360 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
and i'm actually Canadian, i've seen the mandatory safety course law do wonders for our crime rate, so i was suggesting it be implemented in the states. sorry for breaking this into two comments, but there's no edit function on comments
User avatar #358 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
why would i disagree with the way things are run in another country that works perfectly fine for them? to me, it does seem a little inconvenient to have so many little governments making different decisions on important subjects, but if it works for your country, why change it?
i wasn't saying the federal government should impose such a ruling, i was saying the government in charge of such lawmaking should implement it. i don't feel i'm educated enough on what is federal and what is state jurisdiction in the US to suggest something should be federally imposed
#354 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
I'm gonna ignore the other points, because that are just conversational chaff from the Anon bitching's and being a faggot.
#325 - i more so meant in terms of election fraud, not taking away ri…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
User avatar #619 - thelastamerican (12/30/2012) [-]
Fucking hyper anything. Honestly I think if we step back and look at the problem it's obvious that the two parties feed off of the distaste for the other. Liberals hate conservatives and vice verse. They gain votes, not by showing any good sense, but by inflaming the hatred between the parties. We are taught on a regular basis here in the US that anyone remotely different than you should be the object of your scorn. Anyone with more or less money than you is either lazy or lucky. Anyone with a different skin color than you is secretly deserved of either more or less than you depending on your own skin color and background.

Another thing that really irritates me about... Oh god, I sound like a whiny little bitch.

I'm going to continue anyways.

America is, but should not be the police force of the world. It is time we began looking upon ourselves and fixing things in our country instead of going to other countries and breaking their things. I think the US could learn a lot form the Swiss. And with that I'm going to end my little tirade.
#322 - well, realistically, if more people are trained how to properl…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#627 - pedobearson (12/30/2012) [-]
How would training help stop mentally unstable people from getting them? Do you think that they'd get so attached to their trainer that they'd just say "I'm insane."
User avatar #631 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
that was two seperate points. if you'd read my previous comment, you'd have read something along the lines of "psych evaluations and training courses should be mandatory for gun owners".
so point 1 (proper training) refers to everyone, whereas point two (mentally unstable) relates to required psych evals
#314 - i KNOW that both sides do it, but it's much more prevalent on …  [+] (3 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
User avatar #315 - thelastamerican (12/29/2012) [-]
No, it's fairly even. Liberals do it just as much as conservatives, they just use different guises. For instance, the person who wrote the gun ban legislation carries a .38 concealed everywhere she goes. I feel that we're not going to agree on this point though.
User avatar #325 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i more so meant in terms of election fraud, not taking away rights. sorry, i misinterpreted what you were saying.
i might be more than a little pissed about karl rove and his cronies teaching my current government how to fraudulently win elections and take away the rights of our citizens without causing controversy.
fucking harper conservatives.
User avatar #619 - thelastamerican (12/30/2012) [-]
Fucking hyper anything. Honestly I think if we step back and look at the problem it's obvious that the two parties feed off of the distaste for the other. Liberals hate conservatives and vice verse. They gain votes, not by showing any good sense, but by inflaming the hatred between the parties. We are taught on a regular basis here in the US that anyone remotely different than you should be the object of your scorn. Anyone with more or less money than you is either lazy or lucky. Anyone with a different skin color than you is secretly deserved of either more or less than you depending on your own skin color and background.

Another thing that really irritates me about... Oh god, I sound like a whiny little bitch.

I'm going to continue anyways.

America is, but should not be the police force of the world. It is time we began looking upon ourselves and fixing things in our country instead of going to other countries and breaking their things. I think the US could learn a lot form the Swiss. And with that I'm going to end my little tirade.
#282 - I'm a Liberal, i don't believe that. i also don't know a singl…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#316 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
mmmmmmmmmNO.

Those people (populations of Nordic Countries) have the ability to be 'liberal' because they have a culture that supports it - Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway (somewhat) Holland, New Zealand, Canada... the have a certain kind of person and a cultural & logistical momentum that provides them with comparatively un-corrupt governments.

That is to say, you can't really consider them pro-or-ant-big-gov't, because their government is under their control and doing things that the populace is comfortable with, regardless.

... and THAT is to point out that the only reason we have these debates in the U.S. is because we have portions of the populace who think government should be more involved in citizens' lives, and others who think the opposite, this only in a society where there are such divides are labels like 'liberal' or 'conservative' applicable.

One more thing...
We have the 10th Amendment for a reason:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

So that each state can try out the socio-governmental system that they fancy, and leave the others alone. Abortion, gun control, racial segregation, censorship, employment law, welfare systems, environmental regulation.... these can all be debated and agreed upon in the separate states, so that each state can do what it wishes without bothering the others.

But everyone forgets the 10th Amendment.
User avatar #332 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i'm not sure what you're trying to say here, it seems like you accidently mixed my 3 separate points together into one or something.
let me break down what i said so it;s easier to understand.
1) i haven't met a single liberal who thinks gun safety courses will lead to gun violence
2) it seems silly to say liberals are controlling anything, when liberals are not a "ruling majority" in america; there is open discourse. which is what you were saying, i believe.
3) i don't think it's fair to generalize liberals as stupid because most liberal countries have higher average IQs and higher standards of education than the united states
#352 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
Sorry, i grabbed onto your third point and took it in a weird direction. I've gone back and reread this thread and it showed me something;

Your original opinion was this: gun safety courses should be mandatory.

Actually, I'm a hardcore Constitutional libertarian.... and i agree with you! That is to say, in my home State, i would actually not be opposed to a mandatory, quality gun-safety course for each new gun owner. I may also devote some of my life effort to convincing other states to follow suit if i had time to in order to reduce gun violence/accidents.

The only applicable part of that other tangent i went off on is this: In the U.S., the Federal government is not supposed to dictate any kind of regulation over its citizens' ability to possess arms - it's purely a State issue.

So, to bring this full circle - If you and I don't disagree on the State vs Federal issue, then I'm perfectly okay with you being a Liberal - we will go about our way if we are in different States, and debate each-other if we disagree about issues in the same state. Also, thus i thumb down the stupid Anons for perpetuating the ridiculous "Republican vs. Democrat" faux-feud.
User avatar #360 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
and i'm actually Canadian, i've seen the mandatory safety course law do wonders for our crime rate, so i was suggesting it be implemented in the states. sorry for breaking this into two comments, but there's no edit function on comments
User avatar #358 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
why would i disagree with the way things are run in another country that works perfectly fine for them? to me, it does seem a little inconvenient to have so many little governments making different decisions on important subjects, but if it works for your country, why change it?
i wasn't saying the federal government should impose such a ruling, i was saying the government in charge of such lawmaking should implement it. i don't feel i'm educated enough on what is federal and what is state jurisdiction in the US to suggest something should be federally imposed
#354 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
I'm gonna ignore the other points, because that are just conversational chaff from the Anon bitching's and being a faggot.
#278 - yeah, it's really quite weird, when you look at the mentality …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#344 - jakeattack (12/29/2012) [-]
its discusting man, i have to see it go on every day, liberals vs conservitives, we are so focused on the other side we forget what we are truely here for, the country. and politicians are so corrupt they are swayed by big business. we realy cant get anything done
User avatar #311 - thelastamerican (12/29/2012) [-]
Don't be fooled. Both sides do it. It's disgusting.
User avatar #314 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i KNOW that both sides do it, but it's much more prevalent on the right.
as they say, conservatives aren't in it to run countries, they're in it to win elections.
User avatar #315 - thelastamerican (12/29/2012) [-]
No, it's fairly even. Liberals do it just as much as conservatives, they just use different guises. For instance, the person who wrote the gun ban legislation carries a .38 concealed everywhere she goes. I feel that we're not going to agree on this point though.
User avatar #325 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i more so meant in terms of election fraud, not taking away rights. sorry, i misinterpreted what you were saying.
i might be more than a little pissed about karl rove and his cronies teaching my current government how to fraudulently win elections and take away the rights of our citizens without causing controversy.
fucking harper conservatives.
User avatar #619 - thelastamerican (12/30/2012) [-]
Fucking hyper anything. Honestly I think if we step back and look at the problem it's obvious that the two parties feed off of the distaste for the other. Liberals hate conservatives and vice verse. They gain votes, not by showing any good sense, but by inflaming the hatred between the parties. We are taught on a regular basis here in the US that anyone remotely different than you should be the object of your scorn. Anyone with more or less money than you is either lazy or lucky. Anyone with a different skin color than you is secretly deserved of either more or less than you depending on your own skin color and background.

Another thing that really irritates me about... Oh god, I sound like a whiny little bitch.

I'm going to continue anyways.

America is, but should not be the police force of the world. It is time we began looking upon ourselves and fixing things in our country instead of going to other countries and breaking their things. I think the US could learn a lot form the Swiss. And with that I'm going to end my little tirade.
#269 - gun safety courses should be mandatory. i don't understand why…  [+] (19 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk +1
#280 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
Liberals believe if people know how to use a gun they will use it to shoot up a school.

liberals are fucking stupid.
#285 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
conservatives play the victim every opportunity they can and generalize people with as much hate as possible
#291 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
Speaking of generalizing
#304 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
That's the idea faggotron d-luxe
User avatar #282 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
I'm a Liberal, i don't believe that. i also don't know a single liberal who believes that.
i'd like to see some evidence behind your claim, considering that the majority of america's governing population and voters are very far from liberal.
i also don't understand the claim that liberals are stupid, since liberal countries such as canada, denmark, sweden, norway and iceland have higher average IQs and educational standards than the US does.
#316 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
mmmmmmmmmNO.

Those people (populations of Nordic Countries) have the ability to be 'liberal' because they have a culture that supports it - Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway (somewhat) Holland, New Zealand, Canada... the have a certain kind of person and a cultural & logistical momentum that provides them with comparatively un-corrupt governments.

That is to say, you can't really consider them pro-or-ant-big-gov't, because their government is under their control and doing things that the populace is comfortable with, regardless.

... and THAT is to point out that the only reason we have these debates in the U.S. is because we have portions of the populace who think government should be more involved in citizens' lives, and others who think the opposite, this only in a society where there are such divides are labels like 'liberal' or 'conservative' applicable.

One more thing...
We have the 10th Amendment for a reason:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

So that each state can try out the socio-governmental system that they fancy, and leave the others alone. Abortion, gun control, racial segregation, censorship, employment law, welfare systems, environmental regulation.... these can all be debated and agreed upon in the separate states, so that each state can do what it wishes without bothering the others.

But everyone forgets the 10th Amendment.
User avatar #332 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i'm not sure what you're trying to say here, it seems like you accidently mixed my 3 separate points together into one or something.
let me break down what i said so it;s easier to understand.
1) i haven't met a single liberal who thinks gun safety courses will lead to gun violence
2) it seems silly to say liberals are controlling anything, when liberals are not a "ruling majority" in america; there is open discourse. which is what you were saying, i believe.
3) i don't think it's fair to generalize liberals as stupid because most liberal countries have higher average IQs and higher standards of education than the united states
#352 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
Sorry, i grabbed onto your third point and took it in a weird direction. I've gone back and reread this thread and it showed me something;

Your original opinion was this: gun safety courses should be mandatory.

Actually, I'm a hardcore Constitutional libertarian.... and i agree with you! That is to say, in my home State, i would actually not be opposed to a mandatory, quality gun-safety course for each new gun owner. I may also devote some of my life effort to convincing other states to follow suit if i had time to in order to reduce gun violence/accidents.

The only applicable part of that other tangent i went off on is this: In the U.S., the Federal government is not supposed to dictate any kind of regulation over its citizens' ability to possess arms - it's purely a State issue.

So, to bring this full circle - If you and I don't disagree on the State vs Federal issue, then I'm perfectly okay with you being a Liberal - we will go about our way if we are in different States, and debate each-other if we disagree about issues in the same state. Also, thus i thumb down the stupid Anons for perpetuating the ridiculous "Republican vs. Democrat" faux-feud.
User avatar #360 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
and i'm actually Canadian, i've seen the mandatory safety course law do wonders for our crime rate, so i was suggesting it be implemented in the states. sorry for breaking this into two comments, but there's no edit function on comments
User avatar #358 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
why would i disagree with the way things are run in another country that works perfectly fine for them? to me, it does seem a little inconvenient to have so many little governments making different decisions on important subjects, but if it works for your country, why change it?
i wasn't saying the federal government should impose such a ruling, i was saying the government in charge of such lawmaking should implement it. i don't feel i'm educated enough on what is federal and what is state jurisdiction in the US to suggest something should be federally imposed
#354 - swagbot (12/29/2012) [-]
I'm gonna ignore the other points, because that are just conversational chaff from the Anon bitching's and being a faggot.
#275 - jakeattack (12/29/2012) [-]
they realy should. i doubt we would take them seriously, but living here im surrounded by idiots. its probably the same reason we wont switch to metric, we are stubborn. anything that sounds like taking our rights away we oppose. but the real things that take our rights away get slipped by.
User avatar #278 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
yeah, it's really quite weird, when you look at the mentality of it. as a canadian, i'm in a state of permanent facepalm watching american republicans accuse "liberals" and "socialists" of being dishonest and seeking to take away rights, and then those same right wingers fix elections, steal, commit fraud, and seek to take away the rights and freedoms of groups such as women, homosexuals, transgendered individuals, and restrict free speech and such.
#344 - jakeattack (12/29/2012) [-]
its discusting man, i have to see it go on every day, liberals vs conservitives, we are so focused on the other side we forget what we are truely here for, the country. and politicians are so corrupt they are swayed by big business. we realy cant get anything done
User avatar #311 - thelastamerican (12/29/2012) [-]
Don't be fooled. Both sides do it. It's disgusting.
User avatar #314 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i KNOW that both sides do it, but it's much more prevalent on the right.
as they say, conservatives aren't in it to run countries, they're in it to win elections.
User avatar #315 - thelastamerican (12/29/2012) [-]
No, it's fairly even. Liberals do it just as much as conservatives, they just use different guises. For instance, the person who wrote the gun ban legislation carries a .38 concealed everywhere she goes. I feel that we're not going to agree on this point though.
User avatar #325 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
i more so meant in terms of election fraud, not taking away rights. sorry, i misinterpreted what you were saying.
i might be more than a little pissed about karl rove and his cronies teaching my current government how to fraudulently win elections and take away the rights of our citizens without causing controversy.
fucking harper conservatives.
User avatar #619 - thelastamerican (12/30/2012) [-]
Fucking hyper anything. Honestly I think if we step back and look at the problem it's obvious that the two parties feed off of the distaste for the other. Liberals hate conservatives and vice verse. They gain votes, not by showing any good sense, but by inflaming the hatred between the parties. We are taught on a regular basis here in the US that anyone remotely different than you should be the object of your scorn. Anyone with more or less money than you is either lazy or lucky. Anyone with a different skin color than you is secretly deserved of either more or less than you depending on your own skin color and background.

Another thing that really irritates me about... Oh god, I sound like a whiny little bitch.

I'm going to continue anyways.

America is, but should not be the police force of the world. It is time we began looking upon ourselves and fixing things in our country instead of going to other countries and breaking their things. I think the US could learn a lot form the Swiss. And with that I'm going to end my little tirade.
#264 - there is a big difference between owning a gun for the express… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#258 - does the american Constitution have a within reasonable limits… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk 0
#257 - i wouldn't say like to kill each other, but americans are taug… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk +1
#255 - quite honestly, the invasion of the middle east WAS illegal ac… 12/29/2012 on Political Junk +5
#251 - what about mandatory safety courses, to make sure you understa…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/29/2012 on Political Junk +8
#313 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
Cultural differences seem to play the largest role in gun crime rates, whereas gun laws seem to have a reverse correlation. Careful stating something as a fact when it's based on personal opinion.
User avatar #322 - sovereignsunkown (12/29/2012) [-]
well, realistically, if more people are trained how to properly use guns, and mentally unstable people have less access to guns, it's going to lower gun crime. that's just common sense and inferential logic.
#627 - pedobearson (12/30/2012) [-]
How would training help stop mentally unstable people from getting them? Do you think that they'd get so attached to their trainer that they'd just say "I'm insane."
User avatar #631 - sovereignsunkown (12/30/2012) [-]
that was two seperate points. if you'd read my previous comment, you'd have read something along the lines of "psych evaluations and training courses should be mandatory for gun owners".
so point 1 (proper training) refers to everyone, whereas point two (mentally unstable) relates to required psych evals
#162 - i'm a firm believer in socialism. i want to say this right off… 12/28/2012 on Fixed 0
#159 - that sounds like feudalism, honestly. feudalism didn't ex… 12/28/2012 on Fixed 0
#158 - it's quite simple. not everyone has the ability you do. some p… 12/28/2012 on Fixed -2
#156 - not to mention let their massive boner for "free trade ca… 12/28/2012 on Fixed +2
#194 - unfortunately no. Eric Caldrone does however, and he also has … 12/26/2012 on Music? What are you doing? 0
#81 - if you have a 7 string guitar, and 2 other people with 7 strin…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/26/2012 on Music? What are you doing? 0
User avatar #163 - Daemonseed (12/26/2012) [-]
Have you got a recorded version of it?
User avatar #194 - sovereignsunkown (12/26/2012) [-]
unfortunately no. Eric Caldrone does however, and he also has tabs for his available, as far as i know.
search fairies aire/death waltz meets metal on youtube and check the description for links.
i'm sorry for the stupid amount of recommendations, i'm terrible with getting my own music recorded

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