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thejudicator

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Date Signed Up:1/24/2012
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#67 - Hey, me too. South Bay here. Consider yourself lucky,…  [+] (2 replies) 11/12/2016 on Beware. This is what we are... +1
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#84 - steamjester (11/17/2016) [-]
Holy Shit. Yea, I've heard that you guys have it rough. Our cops are either Ghestapo-y or Lazy, but they'll usually get things done. But the people here...dear lord. Spoiled rich trouble makers. They wouldn't last five minutes in any other nation.
#68 - sinfulsyko (11/12/2016) [-]
I've seen it too, both here in the bay area and over in philadelphia (I studied Biology there). Political correctness (PC) started out with good intentions, but it just kind of devolved. I'm all for avoiding deliberate insults towards others and celebrating cultural differences and shit, but the PC culture has turned toxic to the point where you can't make jokes for fear of being offensive and to say that you don't support a movement (cough BLM cough) is just asking for trouble. When people stopped being able to laugh at themselves and just started being thin=skinned and offended, that's when things went downhill.

I'll let you in on a secret. I was bullied a lot when I was in elementary school. I was overweight, and naive so I was an easy target for pranks and insults. I hated it. Every second of it. But now that I look back on it, I'm thankful for it, because it allowed me to develop character, a thick skin (and a thick layer of fat...still working on getting rid of that), and the ability to laugh at myself. I've learned that if you can laugh at yourself, they have nothing left to mock.
#62 - Fellow Californian, I have also seen that spread across my FB.…  [+] (4 replies) 11/12/2016 on Beware. This is what we are... +3
#64 - sinfulsyko (11/12/2016) [-]
I'm from California (bay area. Liberalville) and I have not seen anything like this on my newsfeed...(so far)
#67 - thejudicator (11/12/2016) [-]
Hey, me too. South Bay here.

Consider yourself lucky, because this is the type of crap I'm used to seeing on my FB feed. They like to mention when LGBT shops have been vandalized, but when protesters harass regular civilians, vandalize private property, or start fires on the streets? Nothing; they condone this bullshit and believe Trump's victory justifies their crimes. They willfully pull the wool over their eyes to reason or examples that disprove their ingrained opinions.

There is something deeply wrong with the politically correct mentality that pervades the Bay and I always wonder what it will take before people consider a reasonable change closer to the middle.
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#84 - steamjester (11/17/2016) [-]
Holy Shit. Yea, I've heard that you guys have it rough. Our cops are either Ghestapo-y or Lazy, but they'll usually get things done. But the people here...dear lord. Spoiled rich trouble makers. They wouldn't last five minutes in any other nation.
#68 - sinfulsyko (11/12/2016) [-]
I've seen it too, both here in the bay area and over in philadelphia (I studied Biology there). Political correctness (PC) started out with good intentions, but it just kind of devolved. I'm all for avoiding deliberate insults towards others and celebrating cultural differences and shit, but the PC culture has turned toxic to the point where you can't make jokes for fear of being offensive and to say that you don't support a movement (cough BLM cough) is just asking for trouble. When people stopped being able to laugh at themselves and just started being thin=skinned and offended, that's when things went downhill.

I'll let you in on a secret. I was bullied a lot when I was in elementary school. I was overweight, and naive so I was an easy target for pranks and insults. I hated it. Every second of it. But now that I look back on it, I'm thankful for it, because it allowed me to develop character, a thick skin (and a thick layer of fat...still working on getting rid of that), and the ability to laugh at myself. I've learned that if you can laugh at yourself, they have nothing left to mock.
#1 - Mobile phone throwing? I do believe you mean QA durability tes…  [+] (1 reply) 01/28/2016 on meet finland +1
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#9 - captainprincess (01/28/2016) [-]
Nokia is a place too

It's like our Champagne
#9 - Reminds me of this scene from Inception  [+] (1 reply) 07/15/2015 on Can I borrow a feeling? 0
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#14 - thepizzadevourer (07/16/2015) [-]
Inception man
that entire movie was one big feels trip disguised as an action film and I loved every second of it
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