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#50 - (They need evidence that they can document; ****** not …  [+] (13 new replies) 10 hours ago on Threatening +1
#71 - oinos (8 hours ago) [-]
Hrm. Evidence they can doccument. Checking the box for "Disabled Veteran" On the right. Going on to that section, and down the list of disabilities for the purposes of explaining the placcard.... Oh here we are, "Amputee". Checking that box and.... OH HOLY MOTHER OF FUCKING GOD THAT WAS EASY.


Being a cunt behind the counter is a choice, it's nothing to do with being legit to the duties of your station.
User avatar #85 - pokemonstheshiz (7 hours ago) [-]
except, without calling the person to come in there, all you have is the employee's word
it should be really fucking obvious why that's not a very reliable mean of verification
#88 - oinos (7 hours ago) [-]
Other than the fact there is a shift manager, and every station in the place needs a camera for id, aside any phones having cameras. You guys are mental. Shit needn't be so damn difficult. Is he disabled, yes, check the box. If supervisor is needed, call him over. He can check the box for you. Is something needed to verify for the asshats above you, take a goddamn pic, attach it to the virtual copy, send to corporate, and wham. Visual Proof of his disability, as along with the faxed shit fro.... damn baiters.
User avatar #89 - pokemonstheshiz (7 hours ago) [-]
or he could get a note from his doctor, like any other person with a disability
#90 - oinos (7 hours ago) [-]
Or they could simply ask for the doctors number if they're so paranoid or against just taking his word for it, and continue on to the source. After all some doctors just give disability waivers out. This guy though shows he's legit.
User avatar #94 - pokemonstheshiz (7 hours ago) [-]
Hello, I'm a recovering crackhead and this is my retarded sister
They can't just call up your doctor and ask for that, doctor patient confidentiality. He has to get the note.
He needs a note, he could have looked that up anywhere. Not like it's uncommon knowledge they just sprung on him. He just didn't think about it. Yet somehow someone else has to be the bad guy for his lack of planning.
#98 - oinos (6 hours ago) [-]
You're beyond thick.

Either they can call and request it, or he can call infront of them and get it faxed. A doctor will not deny a DMV request to verify something, more over a doctor would most likely laugh at them for attempting to deny him when he is right there in front of them with proof.

Again, no reason to call the police on him or distrust the obvious elephant in the room given his leg on the counter provides inscrutable evidence. It's a case of people not wanting to do their damn job, or being dicks for the sake of being dicks.
User avatar #102 - pokemonstheshiz (6 hours ago) [-]
So their wasting their time (and everyone else's in line) because he wasn't prepared?
Who knows how fucking long it will take for him to get a hold of his doctor, I doubt he's sitting by his phone waiting for the call. And the doctor can absolutely deny it, since he doesn't have the patients written or oral permission(and again, it'll probably take a while for the DMV to get him on the phone, even if they did that sort of thing. And, again, HIPPA). It's far easier for the guy to just get it himself.

Plus, varying by state, dry signatures are not always admissible in court, if anything ever came up and they had to show the proof they received.
#103 - oinos (6 hours ago) [-]
DMV 9-5 m-f.

Doctor 6-9 most weekdays and some hours on the weekend.

Conflict? Think not.

As for court... If a man can pull off his leg in the DMV and isn't disabled, then something is fucked. In court he could sue for being that retarded on their part.



Tell me again this wonderful bullshit you've cooked up. it's been a cool story bro, but in all regards the guy is in the right, and the DMV is giving hassle to give hassle.
User avatar #109 - pokemonstheshiz (6 hours ago) [-]
You act like doctors don't do anything else while they're working that could prevent them from getting to the phone right away. Then, even if the doctor had time to call back later, everyone at the DMV might be busy. It's his responsibility to give them written proof of his disability, not theirs. And that, again, HIPPA doesn't exist. Seriously, without a warrant (and even then sometimes not), doctors aren't supposed to tell anyone anything about their patients conditions without explicit permission (generally written).
#112 - oinos (6 hours ago) [-]
You act like doctors offices haven't gotten secretaries, orderlies, nurses, or assistants since the 1920's when it was just a doctor in an office.
User avatar #114 - pokemonstheshiz (6 hours ago) [-]
and none of them can sign anything for the doctor
they can tell him who called or whatever, but he still has to get back in contact with them
and that's still ignoring the fact that it's breaching confidentiality
User avatar #84 - therealtjthemedic (7 hours ago) [-]
"Hey steve, you didn't file the doctor's note for proof that this guy's disabled. We need the proof to show that we're not embezzling funds."
"Nah it's cool bro he was totes disabled"
#25 - My name should be just blue enough to answer that for you, anon  [+] (1 new reply) 04/19/2015 on Oy Vey -2
#99 - anonymous (22 hours ago) [-]
Don't judge people by the color of their name, but instead the stupidity of their posts.
#20 - So they're fitting into the stereotype, I get that. …  [+] (4 new replies) 04/19/2015 on Oy Vey -3
#27 - lolkeklol (04/19/2015) [-]
If there was a news report that said "black guy steals bike" It would absolutely get this many upvotes
#21 - anonymous (04/19/2015) [-]
your new aren't you.
#25 - stickandmove (04/19/2015) [-]
My name should be just blue enough to answer that for you, anon
#99 - anonymous (22 hours ago) [-]
Don't judge people by the color of their name, but instead the stupidity of their posts.
#14 - What's funny about this lol They're jewish criminals,…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/19/2015 on Oy Vey +2
#18 - chiselbit (04/19/2015) [-]
The joke isn't that they're jew criminals. The joke is that they're jew criminals masterminding a scheme to run people off their land so they can charge higher prices and get all the shekels. It doesn't hurt that at least one looks like he came straight off a nazi propaganda poster.
#20 - stickandmove (04/19/2015) [-]
So they're fitting into the stereotype, I get that.

I just can't picture "Black Guy Steals Bike LOL" getting many upvotes or if an Asian driver crashed or something. All pretty antiquated things
#27 - lolkeklol (04/19/2015) [-]
If there was a news report that said "black guy steals bike" It would absolutely get this many upvotes
#21 - anonymous (04/19/2015) [-]
your new aren't you.
#25 - stickandmove (04/19/2015) [-]
My name should be just blue enough to answer that for you, anon
#99 - anonymous (22 hours ago) [-]
Don't judge people by the color of their name, but instead the stupidity of their posts.
#57 - mfw read the title 04/18/2015 on Not a feminist 0
#23 - (Vodka makes people fat too) 04/17/2015 on but son +3
#41 - Picture 04/15/2015 on Fair point +1
#40 - Shut the **** up!! :3 xD Really, shut the …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/15/2015 on Fair point -6
User avatar #58 - mangostormlegend (04/15/2015) [-]
Shut the fuck up!! :3 xD

Really, shut the fuck up.
#98 - I want to say you're the worst kind of person but I absolutely… 04/12/2015 on Mildly rage inducing 0
#95 - Shh it's alright. We don't care. 04/12/2015 on Mildly rage inducing +1

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User avatar #10 - nought (03/30/2015) [-]
lol person below mad
User avatar #1 - Kestin (04/18/2013) [-]
Here's a link to the Diagnostic and Statistics Manual (of Mental Disorders) 4's (summarized) definition of "antisocial personality disorder", since you clearly have no ******* clue what it is:
http://allpsych.com/disorders/personality/antisocial.html

Here's a link to the dictionary, so you can learn the difference between words like "furry" and "beastiality":
dictionary.reference.com/

"Furry", or any kink really, MIGHT be described by the paraphilia section (http://allpsych.com/disorders/paraphilias/index.html). Fetishism, while not technically correct, is the closest paraphilia "disorder" which describes the furry, but note this sentence: "To be considered diagnosable, the fantasies, urges, or behaviors must cause significant distress in the individual or be disruptive to his or her everyday functioning."

Also, you should probably know that pedophiles, so long as they aren't acting on their urges, aren't "horrible, monstrous people." They're only bad people if they act on it, and, in ANY case they are a victim of either faulty wiring, a disturbed past, or some deep and likely unavoidable psychological damage. They're sad, abnormal individuals who deserve help. Those that can't "control themselves", of course, are not excusable, but I'm not here to argue that.

Source? I'm a goddamn psychology major.

If ANYONE in that conversation had "signs of antisocial personality disorder" it was YOU (take a look, you'll find stuff about "disregarding the rights of others", "lack of empathy", etc) but even THEN "showing signs" is not ANYWHERE near enough to diagnose a person. We ALL show signs of something.

Learn a bit about things before you open your ******* mouth. While I have no right to deny you your opinions, you can and absolutely SHOULD keep them to yourself if you have no knowledge of the subject at hand. Educate yourself, and THEN we can have this discussion. Until then, stop abusing people on the internet and enjoy the damn thing like everyone else is.
#3 to #1 - stickandmove (04/18/2013) [-]
I'm not diagnosing anyone over the internet. Simmer down.

Pedophiles who act on their impulses are evil, no doubt. But their attraction to children isn't indicative of a healthy mentality.

Don't flex your major. Everyone and their pet goldfish is either a criminal justice or psychology major. You're a dime a dozen.

I don't need to open my mouth to type. What's there to know about the subject? You pleasure yourself to likenesses of animals, or at least you defend the people that do. There's nothing more to it than that.

Have I addressed everything?
User avatar #4 to #3 - Kestin (04/19/2013) [-]
You actually did a pretty good job. More than I gave you credit for, in fact. I'd even be swayed to your point of view, if you weren't describing what is evidently a completely different situation. So here we go. I've even put on some Dobie Grey so I won't get so irrationally angry this time.

First of all, let's address your first remark. "Psychopathy leads to", " something very wrong with the lot of you", "doesn't mean you're not ****** in the head" all imply some sort of attempt to label or classify people. THIS ("characteristic of an antisocial personality") is an honest-to-whatever attempt to apply a clinical/psychological term to someone blanket group of people. I'd almost even be okay with that, but you did it entirely wrong. There is literally, and I do mean LITERALLY, no part of antisocial personality disorder (being a SOCIOPATH) that is displayed in furry culture (or even bestiality, pedophilia, etc) AT ALL. If you made a Venn Diagram, there'd be no overlap. None.

About pedophiles? Yeah, I don't like them. Hell, I know victims of them. But you said this: "Nevermind that they act on it, just the fact that it persists is abominable." It isn't. It's SAD. If we're going to throw around mental heath talk, it needs to be from a healthy point of view. I figured you should know.

And flexing my major? I'm not. I threw the "goddamn" in there because I was FURIOUS (and because it's a fun word), but I brought up my major simply to lend credibility to what I was saying. It would be unfair and wrong of me to school you on the finer points of psychology if I couldn't back it up with sources (which I did) and some sort of proof of knowledge (which I did). There are a TON of psych majors, true. It's just clear you aren't one of them.

Kudos, by the way, on your arguing of semantics. You're right, you don't need to open your mouth to type. The words just felt... the right kind of snarky. I meant it as a general expression along the lines of:
User avatar #5 to #4 - Kestin (04/19/2013) [-]
"Feel free to express your opinion, but if you're going to bring up clinical terms or argue your thoughts like fact, for the love of all that you hold dear make sure you understand what you're talking about before you communicate." In fact, I double checked EVERYTHING I said to you to make sure it was true before I sent it your way. I always do. Your opinions are (almost) always welcome. For example, I have a distaste for scat fetishes. I don't like gore porn. I'm perfectly fine with those, though, when everyone is consenting, but there isn't documentable evidence to support my opinions other than "I personally find this gross." I DO have a problem with snuff porn, because both conventional and post-conventional morality dictates that killing others for sexual satisfacting is wrong because it oversteps your rights in that you have (irreperably) harmed another living creature.

What's there to know about the subject, though? Like any complicated subculture... a LOT. A TON. Someone more knowledgeable than I could do entire anthropolocial studies on the Furry subculture. They're fasciniating. You said "the likeness of animals." You also said "zoophilia fixation." As much as it's tempting to give it a glance and cry wolf (see the pun? ^_^), they aren't the same thing. Furry is actually more analogous to fantasy "fetishes" like... elves or dwarves. Or the aliens from Avatar. Or angels. Why ANTHROPOMORPHIC animal-people, though? I don't know. Since being a furry lets you recreate yourself in a subculture that is generally friendly and accepting, I'd have to say a lot of people probably are drawn to animals because the human race has not been kind to them but animals have never harmed them. Plus they're cute. Some people might like the look or feel of fur, which isn't really that much different than a "hairy fetish", just a bit less gross. Some people might find it exotic. Some people are just wired this way.


User avatar #6 to #5 - Kestin (04/19/2013) [-]
It's important to remember that it isn't different from most paraphilias. I am not a furry, but I have an odd fixation on BDSM. Can't help my self, honestly. I could trace back its roots, possibly, but there's no reason to. It is what it is. That, honestly, has more offensive and downright treading-on-thin-ice aspects than being a furry. Some people have a uniform fetish -- nurses, or schoolgirls. One could even say that liking schoolgirl uniforms is indicitive of pedophilia. (One would, of course, be wrong, though I could see pedophilies liking it. *shrug*) It's simply people who have a different view than you. What you've done is similar to attacking someone of a different religion, skin color, political party, sports team loyalty, or... hell, name a difference -- all while using the WRONG terms and doing it in a manner that crossed a lot of lines. Furries -- or people with almost any paraphilia -- do NOT need "desperate and immediate professional help" (providing the fixations or preferances aren't disrupting their lives or significantly disrupting the lives of others) no more than you are in need of professional help for any food preferences or musical tastes.

There are more points I'd likey love to dispute, but I do have to say I was so incredibly flabbergasted at your mis-informed and narrowminded attacking of an incredibly peaceful group of people that I had to stop reading. Like this, that I just noticed: "justice your fascination with nude man-dogs." Why should that need to be justified? Do ANY preferences, sexual or otherwise, that YOU hold need to be justified? In all honesty, though, it doesn't matter.


Really? I don't blame you for finding Furries weird. I don't even blame you for being uncomfortable with the subject. I don't even blame you for being unwilling to learn about them.
User avatar #7 to #6 - Kestin (04/19/2013) [-]
I will, however, say that your odd level of fear and hostility to paraphilia suggests either some traumatic experience, repressed desire, or mental issue that you may want to be see a counselor for, just to talk about it.

Either way, you need to understand that -- personal opinions aside -- what you've just done is not an okay or socially acceptable way to interact with another human being. The attacks you made were unfair and the terms you threw around were both incredibly negative and laughably inaccurate. You debased, berrated, and made less of someone else -- TO THEIR FACE -- simply because you had a problem accepting some semi-basic aspect of human sexuality. Have your opinions. Stick to them. But NEVER use them to harm someone minding their own business again.

(Yes, I wrote all that before-hand and broke it into pieces. If I was just offandedly offended by you, I suppose this would have been shorter. But 1) you did something horrible 2) you did it poorly 3) you are clearly a smart enough person to be reasoned with and explained to. You don't have to like furries, but what the hell is stopping you from throwing up your hands, saying "I don't understand and I don't wanna", and just walking away? Why attack people?)

P.S: I am aware I suck at spelling. You don't need to bring it up. ;)

P.P.S.: Honest question, no snark or attacks meant: what are you into? What are your kinks? There has to be something, right? Or are you defined by your lack of them? Because I actually quite enjoy the missionary position. That's cool. You have to have something that makes you different or unique somehow in life, though, right?
#8 to #7 - stickandmove (04/19/2013) [-]
As much as I appreciate you writing me the great american novel, I want to assure you wholeheartedly that I have no intention of reading any amount of it.

My concerns are what they are and, while I pride myself on keeping an open mind, I doubt that you can provide a sound enough argument in opposition.

If I've offended you then so be it. You'll need thick skin to enjoy the things you do, because this isn't the last time you'll receive unwelcome criticism for it.
User avatar #9 to #8 - Kestin (04/21/2013) [-]
*shrug* I don't really enjoy furry, and, as much as you'd think they would, no one really gives BDSM lovers **** .

Don't read what you don't want to read, that's fine. Left it there just in case you felt like having an intelligent discussion. It's not like I have anything better to do that late at night.

You can have your concerns. You probably shouldn't pride yourself on having an open mind (because you don't seem to), but who am I to judge? I don't know you. Maybe you were just having a bad day or whatever.

I think my you'll find my arguments very sound, though maybe not to your taste. Just know that if you ever get bored or curious, they'll be here. I do have to say, though, that I'm fine with "unwelcome criticism", but the way you expressed your crossed a line or two.

Regardless, I wish you a pleasant weekend and a good rest of your life.
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