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#11 - just another ***** playing soccer  [+] (5 new replies) 12/15/2013 on Silly cat, football is for... +9
#43 - buffalogriller (12/16/2013) [-]
#41 - thornberry (12/16/2013) [-]
You're the man
User avatar #12 - springbok (12/15/2013) [-]
I asume you're American!
BTW - It's not Soccer, we call it Round Kickey Ball
#26 - anonymous (12/15/2013) [-]
I think you're mistaken. It's definitely bouncy-bally rolly-polly.
#21 - monsterking (12/15/2013) [-]
round kickey ball
#38 - It doesn't have to be the same, just true.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/01/2013 on Life Choices 0
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#36 - you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does …  [+] (3 new replies) 12/01/2013 on Life Choices 0
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#34 - that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to …  [+] (5 new replies) 12/01/2013 on Life Choices 0
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#31 - even if that is how you interpreted it they still have less th…  [+] (7 new replies) 11/30/2013 on Life Choices 0
#32 - kanedam (11/30/2013) [-]
and thats what the message tries to do:
show people that they have the life they want and therefor they should be satisfied with it.
sure you dont have a lot of money, but hey, you preferred playing games. was that so bad? remember the things you did instead of gettinf ame, money, your bachelor, and so on... you did something that was something you wanted to do more! so dont be so negative about your life.
just saying, can be also a very good interpretation of this story
User avatar #34 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to tell dirt poor African kids to change their perspective because they have exactly the life that they wanted?
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#29 - It intends to explain why their life is ****** , t…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Life Choices 0
#30 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
I just read it differently.
It's not saying their life is shitty, it's saying they have exactly the life they want to. It's the exact opposite.
"My life is shitty because i dont have money!" - How many things did you do that weren't for money but something else that you enjoyed?
Maybe i see it differently because of my personal experience, but i knew enough students that kept on saying "i want to have good grades!" but went out partying instead of learning. Or people that said "i want to have some money for trouble times" but they kept on buying games and other stuff. I'm not saying its a bad thing they did that things, but clearly they wanted to party more than to have good grades, or preferred the satisfaction of playing now instead of having money for harder times.
User avatar #31 - supermanon (11/30/2013) [-]
even if that is how you interpreted it they still have less than satisfactory lives, making their lives shitty in their perspective.
#32 - kanedam (11/30/2013) [-]
and thats what the message tries to do:
show people that they have the life they want and therefor they should be satisfied with it.
sure you dont have a lot of money, but hey, you preferred playing games. was that so bad? remember the things you did instead of gettinf ame, money, your bachelor, and so on... you did something that was something you wanted to do more! so dont be so negative about your life.
just saying, can be also a very good interpretation of this story
User avatar #34 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to tell dirt poor African kids to change their perspective because they have exactly the life that they wanted?
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#27 - It doesn't, but if you try to explain why life is *****…  [+] (11 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Life Choices 0
#28 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
do you think this post intends to explain to people why life is shitty?
User avatar #29 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
It intends to explain why their life is shitty, thats pretty obvious if you read the comic. I'm starting to think you didn't
#30 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
I just read it differently.
It's not saying their life is shitty, it's saying they have exactly the life they want to. It's the exact opposite.
"My life is shitty because i dont have money!" - How many things did you do that weren't for money but something else that you enjoyed?
Maybe i see it differently because of my personal experience, but i knew enough students that kept on saying "i want to have good grades!" but went out partying instead of learning. Or people that said "i want to have some money for trouble times" but they kept on buying games and other stuff. I'm not saying its a bad thing they did that things, but clearly they wanted to party more than to have good grades, or preferred the satisfaction of playing now instead of having money for harder times.
User avatar #31 - supermanon (11/30/2013) [-]
even if that is how you interpreted it they still have less than satisfactory lives, making their lives shitty in their perspective.
#32 - kanedam (11/30/2013) [-]
and thats what the message tries to do:
show people that they have the life they want and therefor they should be satisfied with it.
sure you dont have a lot of money, but hey, you preferred playing games. was that so bad? remember the things you did instead of gettinf ame, money, your bachelor, and so on... you did something that was something you wanted to do more! so dont be so negative about your life.
just saying, can be also a very good interpretation of this story
User avatar #34 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to tell dirt poor African kids to change their perspective because they have exactly the life that they wanted?
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#25 - brother, I'm right where I want to be. But if you tell someone…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/29/2013 on Life Choices 0
User avatar #33 - ilovehitler (12/01/2013) [-]
Murder. Theft. Blackmail. All of these are perfectly valid ways of getting that which will get you what you want.
#24 - If you take a dirt poor kid living in the middle east or afric…  [+] (13 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Life Choices 0
#26 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
so?
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make? and what you do to achieve what you want?
User avatar #27 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
It doesn't, but if you try to explain why life is shitty to someone you better have a good fucking reason.
P.S.
I wasn't thinking about myself when I posted that comment
#28 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
do you think this post intends to explain to people why life is shitty?
User avatar #29 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
It intends to explain why their life is shitty, thats pretty obvious if you read the comic. I'm starting to think you didn't
#30 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
I just read it differently.
It's not saying their life is shitty, it's saying they have exactly the life they want to. It's the exact opposite.
"My life is shitty because i dont have money!" - How many things did you do that weren't for money but something else that you enjoyed?
Maybe i see it differently because of my personal experience, but i knew enough students that kept on saying "i want to have good grades!" but went out partying instead of learning. Or people that said "i want to have some money for trouble times" but they kept on buying games and other stuff. I'm not saying its a bad thing they did that things, but clearly they wanted to party more than to have good grades, or preferred the satisfaction of playing now instead of having money for harder times.
User avatar #31 - supermanon (11/30/2013) [-]
even if that is how you interpreted it they still have less than satisfactory lives, making their lives shitty in their perspective.
#32 - kanedam (11/30/2013) [-]
and thats what the message tries to do:
show people that they have the life they want and therefor they should be satisfied with it.
sure you dont have a lot of money, but hey, you preferred playing games. was that so bad? remember the things you did instead of gettinf ame, money, your bachelor, and so on... you did something that was something you wanted to do more! so dont be so negative about your life.
just saying, can be also a very good interpretation of this story
User avatar #34 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to tell dirt poor African kids to change their perspective because they have exactly the life that they wanted?
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#10 - I really hate people who think like this, it is unrealistic to…  [+] (20 new replies) 11/28/2013 on Life Choices -2
User avatar #23 - ilovehitler (11/28/2013) [-]
You're a dumbass for thinking otherwise. Anything you can want (that's achievable. Like he said, wishing for things like flying or breathing underwater is pointless) can be done simply if you have enough desire for it to be done. Most of us just have things higher up on our list.
User avatar #25 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
brother, I'm right where I want to be. But if you tell someone living day to day with nothing to fall back on that it's their fault for not wanting it enough, then your a fucking idiot.
User avatar #33 - ilovehitler (12/01/2013) [-]
Murder. Theft. Blackmail. All of these are perfectly valid ways of getting that which will get you what you want.
User avatar #18 - krasnogvardiech (11/28/2013) [-]
By just wanting it you won't get shit.
By wanting it, and figuring out a way to get it, then doing all the things necessary to get it, then you will have it.

You. Who's reading this. Start now. Take a moment, figure out how it all fits together. Look at how it all works. Plan a course forwards. Identify what you need to do. Complete the tasks necessary. Adapt, Improvise and overcome your situation.

People don't fail because they're stupid. Stupid people succeed, certainly. There's only time and effort which is spent on other things.
#14 - kanedam (11/28/2013) [-]
explain why?
User avatar #24 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
If you take a dirt poor kid living in the middle east or africa, they can want to better their lives, they can want to get out of the hell that is their home. They can want it like nothing else, but they can't get it. Not because they didn't want it, its because the world is a big scary place where things don't happen because you want them to. They can work their ass of trying to get out of their violent, impoverished lives but they wouln't. And it damn sure isn't because they didn't want it enough.
#26 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
so?
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make? and what you do to achieve what you want?
User avatar #27 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
It doesn't, but if you try to explain why life is shitty to someone you better have a good fucking reason.
P.S.
I wasn't thinking about myself when I posted that comment
#28 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
do you think this post intends to explain to people why life is shitty?
User avatar #29 - supermanon (11/29/2013) [-]
It intends to explain why their life is shitty, thats pretty obvious if you read the comic. I'm starting to think you didn't
#30 - kanedam (11/29/2013) [-]
I just read it differently.
It's not saying their life is shitty, it's saying they have exactly the life they want to. It's the exact opposite.
"My life is shitty because i dont have money!" - How many things did you do that weren't for money but something else that you enjoyed?
Maybe i see it differently because of my personal experience, but i knew enough students that kept on saying "i want to have good grades!" but went out partying instead of learning. Or people that said "i want to have some money for trouble times" but they kept on buying games and other stuff. I'm not saying its a bad thing they did that things, but clearly they wanted to party more than to have good grades, or preferred the satisfaction of playing now instead of having money for harder times.
User avatar #31 - supermanon (11/30/2013) [-]
even if that is how you interpreted it they still have less than satisfactory lives, making their lives shitty in their perspective.
#32 - kanedam (11/30/2013) [-]
and thats what the message tries to do:
show people that they have the life they want and therefor they should be satisfied with it.
sure you dont have a lot of money, but hey, you preferred playing games. was that so bad? remember the things you did instead of gettinf ame, money, your bachelor, and so on... you did something that was something you wanted to do more! so dont be so negative about your life.
just saying, can be also a very good interpretation of this story
User avatar #34 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
that brings me back to my original argument, are you going to tell dirt poor African kids to change their perspective because they have exactly the life that they wanted?
#35 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what and that brings me back:
what does the dirt poor kid living in the middle east have to do with the choices YOU make?

disregarding something for yourself because it doesnt fit to someone completely different in a completely different situation seems just strange. The comic clearly isn't meant for people that were for example born as cripple "oh, you wanted to be born a cripple!". It means something else, and the thing it means, targeted to the audience it is targeted to, is in my opinion correct. thats why i gave you a few examples of my experience.
User avatar #36 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
you are pretty close minded, if gays can or cannot marry does not affect me, but i don't say that they should be denied our rights. Same idea, just because you are not that dirt poor kid in the Third World, does not mean that the idea the comic is portraying is correct. There could be nothing wrong with that kid besides him being the bottom of the human social pyramid, and the odds will still be against him. My belief is that if you offer up wisdom you should make sure it is true and applies to everyone, not just yourself and people like you. That is why this comic is nothing more than the result of someone not seeing the rest of society, and not thinking of them. This is my closing statement, as three days spent on an Internet argument is way to long.
#37 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
you do know that a master, a wise person, or a therapeut each would say: you cant tell every person a message with the same words.
you simply cant state a "wisdom" thats true under all conditions and situations to every single person there ever was. that's just plain wrong.
User avatar #38 - supermanon (12/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't have to be the same, just true.
#39 - kanedam (12/01/2013) [-]
so what?
the sentence "eat less" stated on a weight watchers meetings isnt true because it doesnt fit to the situation of a poor starving person in africa?
just think about it. things to think about, motivationals, messages, truths... all of that depends on the people they are addressed at.

there is not a single non empiric "truth" thats fits everyones personality or situation.
#12 - anonymous (11/28/2013) [-]
How so?

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