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The human body is the entire structure of a human organism, and consists of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs. By the time the human reaches adulthood, the body consists of close to 100 trillion cells,[1] the basic unit of life. These cells are organised biologically to eventually form the whole body.

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#18 - I got diagnosed with PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder…  [+] (4 new replies) 10 hours ago on Robot goes to school +18
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#39 - zetsuboukamina (4 hours ago) [-]
I'm 24 and my parents told me 3 years ago that I was on the spectrum and they just didn't want me in special ed so they didn't put me in it. I got good grades until my senior year of highschool, but that was just me being lazy
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#31 - lulzdealer (5 hours ago) [-]
Well yeah, that's why psychology is a pseudo-science.

There isn't a single behavior on this earth than can't be classified as part of a "spectrum" and diagnosed to some unlucky kid.
#44 - darksideofthebeast (3 hours ago) [-]
>retard calling psychology pseudo-science
ooooh the irony
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#23 - thatguyontheright (8 hours ago) [-]
I was recently diagnosed with Autism at age 27...and you know what? It answered so many questions, but I had to ask....why did I have to be vaxxed?
#48 - Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws …  [+] (1 new reply) 13 hours ago on Hastings 0
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#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.
#45 - "You have nothing to offer me in this conversation" …  [+] (3 new replies) 14 hours ago on Hastings 0
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#47 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
No, but usually in conversations or arguments, some form of intellectual exchange occurs. I do not believe you can fill this role, and as such, you have little to nothing to offer me which is why we're not having a conversation or an argument.

What you're asking for, is not the democracy we have here in the west. That is the democracy they used to have in ancient times, which is precisely why they got very little done, and what necessitated the election of a dictator in times of great need.
This is precisely about emotions, namely, the hurt emotions of the EU-loving cry babies that didn't get their way. Nobody would be calling for a second vote, if the EU had voted to remain and I sincerely think the EU itself would have demanded that no such vote would take place.
If you want to safeguard the country, try to think of constructive ways that England can remedy whatever ills you believe will befall it, now that its voted to leave. This useless crying will accomplish nothing and only makes you look like a child.
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#48 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws are created then.

And really, you will want to look into the Dunning-Kruger effect when it comes to whatever you think about your intelligence.

With that, I leave you and agree to disagree with you. Cheers.
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#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.
#43 - And as to answer your question, yes. If people disagreed as mu… 14 hours ago on Hastings 0
#41 - Nice ad hominem there, friendo. You always do that wh…  [+] (5 new replies) 14 hours ago on Hastings 0
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#44 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm not your friend and this isn't an argument. I do not care if I make ad hominem attacks. This is me telling you that the Britons made a democratic choise to leave the EU. There is no debate. You have nothing to offer me in any conversation, least of all this. What this is, is an adult telling a sad scared child to remain calm. Its going to be alright, without daddy-Europe to wipe your ass hole, whenever you shit yourself.
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#45 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
"You have nothing to offer me in this conversation" Oh dear. Was I supposed to give you treats for having an opinion?

And like I said the first few times, but apparently it's quite hard for you to figure out what the general message is that I'm trying to convey, is that in a democracy an issue can be brought up as many times as necessary until it's settled. It's not efficient, but it's to safeguard the country against making terrible decisions.

It's not about emotions or people being crybabies, it's about safeguarding a goddamn country.
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#47 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
No, but usually in conversations or arguments, some form of intellectual exchange occurs. I do not believe you can fill this role, and as such, you have little to nothing to offer me which is why we're not having a conversation or an argument.

What you're asking for, is not the democracy we have here in the west. That is the democracy they used to have in ancient times, which is precisely why they got very little done, and what necessitated the election of a dictator in times of great need.
This is precisely about emotions, namely, the hurt emotions of the EU-loving cry babies that didn't get their way. Nobody would be calling for a second vote, if the EU had voted to remain and I sincerely think the EU itself would have demanded that no such vote would take place.
If you want to safeguard the country, try to think of constructive ways that England can remedy whatever ills you believe will befall it, now that its voted to leave. This useless crying will accomplish nothing and only makes you look like a child.
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#48 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws are created then.

And really, you will want to look into the Dunning-Kruger effect when it comes to whatever you think about your intelligence.

With that, I leave you and agree to disagree with you. Cheers.
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#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.
#38 - Oh yeah, because the referendum to leave Britain in the first …  [+] (8 new replies) 14 hours ago on Hastings 0
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#40 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
Ask yourself this, Mr.Cry-Baby: Would you be saying this, if the vote had been to remain?
I dont think you would. If you wouldn't, you're just an angry lost child, crying out for mommy and daddy to give you another scoop of ice cream.
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#43 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
And as to answer your question, yes. If people disagreed as much with the vote to remain, I think a second referendum would be in order. Because as I said, it's a big decision. It's not like betting where the general rule is "no take backsies".
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#41 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
Nice ad hominem there, friendo.

You always do that when you feel out of control?
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#44 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm not your friend and this isn't an argument. I do not care if I make ad hominem attacks. This is me telling you that the Britons made a democratic choise to leave the EU. There is no debate. You have nothing to offer me in any conversation, least of all this. What this is, is an adult telling a sad scared child to remain calm. Its going to be alright, without daddy-Europe to wipe your ass hole, whenever you shit yourself.
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#45 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
"You have nothing to offer me in this conversation" Oh dear. Was I supposed to give you treats for having an opinion?

And like I said the first few times, but apparently it's quite hard for you to figure out what the general message is that I'm trying to convey, is that in a democracy an issue can be brought up as many times as necessary until it's settled. It's not efficient, but it's to safeguard the country against making terrible decisions.

It's not about emotions or people being crybabies, it's about safeguarding a goddamn country.
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#47 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
No, but usually in conversations or arguments, some form of intellectual exchange occurs. I do not believe you can fill this role, and as such, you have little to nothing to offer me which is why we're not having a conversation or an argument.

What you're asking for, is not the democracy we have here in the west. That is the democracy they used to have in ancient times, which is precisely why they got very little done, and what necessitated the election of a dictator in times of great need.
This is precisely about emotions, namely, the hurt emotions of the EU-loving cry babies that didn't get their way. Nobody would be calling for a second vote, if the EU had voted to remain and I sincerely think the EU itself would have demanded that no such vote would take place.
If you want to safeguard the country, try to think of constructive ways that England can remedy whatever ills you believe will befall it, now that its voted to leave. This useless crying will accomplish nothing and only makes you look like a child.
User avatar
#48 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws are created then.

And really, you will want to look into the Dunning-Kruger effect when it comes to whatever you think about your intelligence.

With that, I leave you and agree to disagree with you. Cheers.
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#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.
#33 - You made me very happy by telling me that. 14 hours ago on When someone invades your... 0
#34 - If a lot of people want to have a second referendum, then yeah…  [+] (10 new replies) 14 hours ago on Hastings -3
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#36 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
If you by "a lot" mean: "Over 50%", then yes, it does. Otherwise, no it doesn't.
No, I dont. It was an analogy. An apt analogy, seeing as how you are treating it exactly like such a childish game, where you can cry "do-overs!", untill daddy gives in.
I find it odd that I need to explain what an analogy is, to a grown adult...
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#38 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
Oh yeah, because the referendum to leave Britain in the first place was brought up by 50% of the British population? No, it was brought up by a politician. Just like any referendum is brought up.

Also, it's not a childish game, like you imply by making that terrible analogy. It's not about people being "crybabies". It's about preventing the country from potentially going down the toilet. If you don't think that a decision like that deserves the utmost consideration, then frankly, you're an idiot.
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#40 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
Ask yourself this, Mr.Cry-Baby: Would you be saying this, if the vote had been to remain?
I dont think you would. If you wouldn't, you're just an angry lost child, crying out for mommy and daddy to give you another scoop of ice cream.
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#43 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
And as to answer your question, yes. If people disagreed as much with the vote to remain, I think a second referendum would be in order. Because as I said, it's a big decision. It's not like betting where the general rule is "no take backsies".
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#41 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
Nice ad hominem there, friendo.

You always do that when you feel out of control?
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#44 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm not your friend and this isn't an argument. I do not care if I make ad hominem attacks. This is me telling you that the Britons made a democratic choise to leave the EU. There is no debate. You have nothing to offer me in any conversation, least of all this. What this is, is an adult telling a sad scared child to remain calm. Its going to be alright, without daddy-Europe to wipe your ass hole, whenever you shit yourself.
User avatar
#45 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
"You have nothing to offer me in this conversation" Oh dear. Was I supposed to give you treats for having an opinion?

And like I said the first few times, but apparently it's quite hard for you to figure out what the general message is that I'm trying to convey, is that in a democracy an issue can be brought up as many times as necessary until it's settled. It's not efficient, but it's to safeguard the country against making terrible decisions.

It's not about emotions or people being crybabies, it's about safeguarding a goddamn country.
User avatar
#47 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
No, but usually in conversations or arguments, some form of intellectual exchange occurs. I do not believe you can fill this role, and as such, you have little to nothing to offer me which is why we're not having a conversation or an argument.

What you're asking for, is not the democracy we have here in the west. That is the democracy they used to have in ancient times, which is precisely why they got very little done, and what necessitated the election of a dictator in times of great need.
This is precisely about emotions, namely, the hurt emotions of the EU-loving cry babies that didn't get their way. Nobody would be calling for a second vote, if the EU had voted to remain and I sincerely think the EU itself would have demanded that no such vote would take place.
If you want to safeguard the country, try to think of constructive ways that England can remedy whatever ills you believe will befall it, now that its voted to leave. This useless crying will accomplish nothing and only makes you look like a child.
User avatar
#48 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws are created then.

And really, you will want to look into the Dunning-Kruger effect when it comes to whatever you think about your intelligence.

With that, I leave you and agree to disagree with you. Cheers.
User avatar
#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.
#29 - I wonder whatever happened with those guys  [+] (2 new replies) 16 hours ago on When someone invades your... +1
#32 - geroche (16 hours ago) [-]
Time Friends They moved apart. Now they're back together and making videos on Olan's channel.
#33 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
You made me very happy by telling me that.
#16 - It's almost as if Brexiters believe they won't win a second time.  [+] (12 new replies) 17 hours ago on Hastings -3
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#28 - krobeles (16 hours ago) [-]
Or perhaps its the fact that democracy doesn't work that way. That ever occurred to you?
You're probably the kind of guy that goes "We'll rock-paper-scissors over this!" and then goes "Best out of 3!" when you lose.
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#34 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
If a lot of people want to have a second referendum, then yeah. It does work that way.

And it's quite something to treat a referendum as if it's a child's game like rock/paper/scissors. You look at all political issues like that?
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#36 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
If you by "a lot" mean: "Over 50%", then yes, it does. Otherwise, no it doesn't.
No, I dont. It was an analogy. An apt analogy, seeing as how you are treating it exactly like such a childish game, where you can cry "do-overs!", untill daddy gives in.
I find it odd that I need to explain what an analogy is, to a grown adult...
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#38 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
Oh yeah, because the referendum to leave Britain in the first place was brought up by 50% of the British population? No, it was brought up by a politician. Just like any referendum is brought up.

Also, it's not a childish game, like you imply by making that terrible analogy. It's not about people being "crybabies". It's about preventing the country from potentially going down the toilet. If you don't think that a decision like that deserves the utmost consideration, then frankly, you're an idiot.
User avatar
#40 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
Ask yourself this, Mr.Cry-Baby: Would you be saying this, if the vote had been to remain?
I dont think you would. If you wouldn't, you're just an angry lost child, crying out for mommy and daddy to give you another scoop of ice cream.
User avatar
#43 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
And as to answer your question, yes. If people disagreed as much with the vote to remain, I think a second referendum would be in order. Because as I said, it's a big decision. It's not like betting where the general rule is "no take backsies".
User avatar
#41 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
Nice ad hominem there, friendo.

You always do that when you feel out of control?
User avatar
#44 - krobeles (14 hours ago) [-]
I'm not your friend and this isn't an argument. I do not care if I make ad hominem attacks. This is me telling you that the Britons made a democratic choise to leave the EU. There is no debate. You have nothing to offer me in any conversation, least of all this. What this is, is an adult telling a sad scared child to remain calm. Its going to be alright, without daddy-Europe to wipe your ass hole, whenever you shit yourself.
User avatar
#45 - thedutchs (14 hours ago) [-]
"You have nothing to offer me in this conversation" Oh dear. Was I supposed to give you treats for having an opinion?

And like I said the first few times, but apparently it's quite hard for you to figure out what the general message is that I'm trying to convey, is that in a democracy an issue can be brought up as many times as necessary until it's settled. It's not efficient, but it's to safeguard the country against making terrible decisions.

It's not about emotions or people being crybabies, it's about safeguarding a goddamn country.
User avatar
#47 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
No, but usually in conversations or arguments, some form of intellectual exchange occurs. I do not believe you can fill this role, and as such, you have little to nothing to offer me which is why we're not having a conversation or an argument.

What you're asking for, is not the democracy we have here in the west. That is the democracy they used to have in ancient times, which is precisely why they got very little done, and what necessitated the election of a dictator in times of great need.
This is precisely about emotions, namely, the hurt emotions of the EU-loving cry babies that didn't get their way. Nobody would be calling for a second vote, if the EU had voted to remain and I sincerely think the EU itself would have demanded that no such vote would take place.
If you want to safeguard the country, try to think of constructive ways that England can remedy whatever ills you believe will befall it, now that its voted to leave. This useless crying will accomplish nothing and only makes you look like a child.
User avatar
#48 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Well mate, you probably want to look a bit more into how laws are created then.

And really, you will want to look into the Dunning-Kruger effect when it comes to whatever you think about your intelligence.

With that, I leave you and agree to disagree with you. Cheers.
User avatar
#49 - krobeles (13 hours ago) [-]
"You dont agree with me, so you're just a dumb poopy-head!"

That is how you sound right now. Go talk to your parents. They didn't raise you properly.
Also, I'm an astrophysicist. Pretty sure that, if I'm an idiot, like 90% of the world are functionally jelly fish.