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#131 - Said Putin, literally days after dropping white phosphorous on… 11/19/2015 on Vlad 0
#5 - >implying that we think Hilary would be a bad president for…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/19/2015 on How men think women's... +9
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#18 - nimba (08/19/2015) [-]
They're not implying; you're inferring
#23 - anon (08/19/2015) [-]
They are implying that anything you have against her is just men being sexist against women aka this is part of a "how men think women's bodies work" comp that is fill with sexist drivel of what feminists think men are like.....

Add to that it also show that they support her purely on the bases of her being female and not for any of her actually accomplishments(no one denies she's a tactical and intelligent person) as well as ignore her short comings(like the illegal way she handled U.S. secret information.)

There is no way to defend this inclusion in this even if you like her......
#44 - I mean, it's a boomerang and he's old as hell. He probably jus… 08/17/2015 on (untitled) 0
#7 - That's when Kevin Smith came up with Tusk  [+] (1 new reply) 08/06/2015 on MFW i see myopicprophet... 0
#11 - anon (08/06/2015) [-]
that movie is so fucking funny
#9 - Every time I see a subway on this site I check the channel now… 06/04/2015 on Damn +25
#350 - He finds them the next day and leans out of his tru…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/29/2015 on Justice 0
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#353 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
Haven't you ever done something you know was wrong, maybe on accident, but then subconsciously put the blame on someone or something else? It's a basic human psychological defensive mechanism. You see it all the time with people whining about the government or their parents. If you really haven't, you are above human.

There's an ocean between regret and showing remorse. I also think the motorcyclists really overreacted. Such behavior has no place in a civilized society, but so could be said for both of them though.
#346 - Thing is tho, with as much of a jackass as the father was, I h…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Justice +1
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#349 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
No, probably not, which is part of why the video wasn't satisfying for me. I don't think a beating will help on their father's upbringing though.

Let's not judge too hardly though. Maybe he realized what he had done, and was ashamed of the situation he put his family in, so his psychological defense mechanisms went up, and he tried to project his guilt on the speeding motorcyclist. For all we know, he could be father of the year, but just made one mistake.
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#350 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dONyv-Cwkoo&feature=youtu.be

He finds them the next day and leans out of his truck to throw a bottle at them while he goes down the road. He doesn't regret shit
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#353 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
Haven't you ever done something you know was wrong, maybe on accident, but then subconsciously put the blame on someone or something else? It's a basic human psychological defensive mechanism. You see it all the time with people whining about the government or their parents. If you really haven't, you are above human.

There's an ocean between regret and showing remorse. I also think the motorcyclists really overreacted. Such behavior has no place in a civilized society, but so could be said for both of them though.
#341 - Traumatized? They saw someone who may or may not be their fath…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Justice +1
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#344 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
I think you are ignoring, or just underestimating, the effect of such situations can have on kids, especially smaller kids. With a total rational and objective view, it would go like you said, but that's not the way the brains work, especially kids' brains.

It's a really popular scenario to have in movies; an asshole is about to get his ass kicked by the hero, but when the hero sees that the man's children are in the car, he lets him go. A lot of other stories revolve around kids seeing their parents get either physically or psychologically rekt, and then it's just a spiral down for the kids.
#398 - assrocket (05/29/2015) [-]
Lol you can come off that bullshit. Kids are impressionable but that doesn't make them stupid.
The dad's probably teaching them some seriously dangerous habits, aside from the obvious reckless driving. And the way he yelled at the guy filming it like it was his fault? He's a total jackass. Fuck him. He's clearly the kind of guy who makes stupid decisions and acts like he's right at all times - even when he's not. It would probably do the kids more good than harm to see this happen to the dad, just so they can see the flaw in the dads driving and know that it's not ok, since it's obviously not taught to them at home.

You silly tit. You're the kind of guy who apologises to his bullies for telling on them, aren't you?
>Maybe they were just having a bad day?
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#346 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
Thing is tho, with as much of a jackass as the father was, I highly doubt that this will be the most traumatic event of their childhood.
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#349 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
No, probably not, which is part of why the video wasn't satisfying for me. I don't think a beating will help on their father's upbringing though.

Let's not judge too hardly though. Maybe he realized what he had done, and was ashamed of the situation he put his family in, so his psychological defense mechanisms went up, and he tried to project his guilt on the speeding motorcyclist. For all we know, he could be father of the year, but just made one mistake.
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#350 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dONyv-Cwkoo&feature=youtu.be

He finds them the next day and leans out of his truck to throw a bottle at them while he goes down the road. He doesn't regret shit
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#353 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
Haven't you ever done something you know was wrong, maybe on accident, but then subconsciously put the blame on someone or something else? It's a basic human psychological defensive mechanism. You see it all the time with people whining about the government or their parents. If you really haven't, you are above human.

There's an ocean between regret and showing remorse. I also think the motorcyclists really overreacted. Such behavior has no place in a civilized society, but so could be said for both of them though.
#338 - Why would that ruin it? That means he's even more at fault. In…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Justice +1
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#340 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
Exactly. How does it help the children that they just saw their father get rekt like that? It's a really big thing for kids to see their parents get beaten. I don't have that much sympathy for the father himself, but it went from a close call, where no one was hurt, to a situation, where a few kids possible just got traumatized.
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#341 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
Traumatized? They saw someone who may or may not be their father act like a dipshit and get a single headbutt. It's not like they beat him into the ground. If anything it was a lesson to the kids about what happens when you're an ignorant son of a bitch
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#344 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
I think you are ignoring, or just underestimating, the effect of such situations can have on kids, especially smaller kids. With a total rational and objective view, it would go like you said, but that's not the way the brains work, especially kids' brains.

It's a really popular scenario to have in movies; an asshole is about to get his ass kicked by the hero, but when the hero sees that the man's children are in the car, he lets him go. A lot of other stories revolve around kids seeing their parents get either physically or psychologically rekt, and then it's just a spiral down for the kids.
#398 - assrocket (05/29/2015) [-]
Lol you can come off that bullshit. Kids are impressionable but that doesn't make them stupid.
The dad's probably teaching them some seriously dangerous habits, aside from the obvious reckless driving. And the way he yelled at the guy filming it like it was his fault? He's a total jackass. Fuck him. He's clearly the kind of guy who makes stupid decisions and acts like he's right at all times - even when he's not. It would probably do the kids more good than harm to see this happen to the dad, just so they can see the flaw in the dads driving and know that it's not ok, since it's obviously not taught to them at home.

You silly tit. You're the kind of guy who apologises to his bullies for telling on them, aren't you?
>Maybe they were just having a bad day?
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#346 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
Thing is tho, with as much of a jackass as the father was, I highly doubt that this will be the most traumatic event of their childhood.
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#349 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
No, probably not, which is part of why the video wasn't satisfying for me. I don't think a beating will help on their father's upbringing though.

Let's not judge too hardly though. Maybe he realized what he had done, and was ashamed of the situation he put his family in, so his psychological defense mechanisms went up, and he tried to project his guilt on the speeding motorcyclist. For all we know, he could be father of the year, but just made one mistake.
User avatar
#350 - superflystickman (05/29/2015) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dONyv-Cwkoo&feature=youtu.be

He finds them the next day and leans out of his truck to throw a bottle at them while he goes down the road. He doesn't regret shit
User avatar
#353 - minorian (05/29/2015) [-]
Haven't you ever done something you know was wrong, maybe on accident, but then subconsciously put the blame on someone or something else? It's a basic human psychological defensive mechanism. You see it all the time with people whining about the government or their parents. If you really haven't, you are above human.

There's an ocean between regret and showing remorse. I also think the motorcyclists really overreacted. Such behavior has no place in a civilized society, but so could be said for both of them though.
#25 - Dorf can be good in the right hands. He's the hardest hitter i…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/26/2015 on Playing Ganondorf +2
#115 - anon (05/26/2015) [-]
All of the top tier characters in every smash game have been fast with good frame data. Ganondorf has none of those.
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#101 - TheBigGummyBear (05/26/2015) [-]
That sounds really bad actually.

I mean, I have only played the 64 version when I was a kid but I remember it being extremely fast paced and if you're slow at all you just take free damage/get knocked out.

Is he also extra resilient to being knocked away so easily to compensate for his slow movement? If not I see no way dorf can be considered good given how fast paced the latest smash bros game look.
#108 - anon (05/26/2015) [-]
Yeah he's what they call a heavy faller, as in it's near impossible for him to be verticly Is that a word? smashed. And wish his move set... it's almost impossible to smash him anywhere else. He's basically immune to ledge grabs too.
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#116 - TheBigGummyBear (05/26/2015) [-]
Vertically* is a word yes.
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#30 - jcjohnson (05/26/2015) [-]
Shit that must mean I'm really good at that game if I win with Ganondorf.
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#59 - qonetwothreefive (05/26/2015) [-]
Or your opponents are bad or both of you are medium and you have slightly more experience with the character
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#60 - jcjohnson (05/26/2015) [-]
No I am pretty bad at the game, but I know how to play Ganondorf somewhat. I love doing ganoncide.
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#61 - qonetwothreefive (05/26/2015) [-]
I just love the feeling of being able to utterly destroy someone with one well-timed attack (cpt. falcon knee, jigglypuff down b as well)