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#113 - It's because imagination is not equal to motor skills, and mot…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/24/2013 on human mind +4
#115 - riverofchex (10/24/2013) [-]
I think I get what you're saying:
For example, when I set out to paint a new piece, I will sit and stare at the blank canvas for up to several hours before I so much as pull out a pencil. Why? Because when I actually go to work, I need to have the image perfect in my head because when I start to paint, I kind of go into a "zone" where everything is color, texture, spacing, and feel. I sort of space out, so I have to have the picture solid in my head for reference before I start working.

Pic relevant; my latest piece. "Out of the Ashes"
User avatar #118 - snaresinger (10/24/2013) [-]
Please go smoke weed, paint something, and post it here.

Unless that's what you already do, which frankly, it sounds like. Sweet artwork though.
#119 - riverofchex (10/24/2013) [-]
Lol can't smoke (would fucking love to, though)- I live on the military base my husband is stationed on. But here's another piece: "Fire and Ice"

(I know it's cliche, but it seemed to fit really well.)

Also, I thought FJ didn't like creative posts anymore?
User avatar #120 - snaresinger (10/24/2013) [-]
They don't, but I'm kind of an oldfag who hates this shit people constantly copy and paste from other sites. Also, I'm technically an art student (music, though), so I can appreciate creative work.
User avatar #121 - riverofchex (10/24/2013) [-]
Well aight, hang on then =]
#116 - tyraxio (10/24/2013) [-]
Damn boy, that's some creepy shit you have going on there. I like it though.
User avatar #117 - riverofchex (10/24/2013) [-]
Thanks! I didn't mean for it to be creepy though lol. It's just supposed to be a close-up view of the right side (from viewer's point of view) of a horse's face.
#137 - tyraxio (10/25/2013) [-]
OH I SEE NOW THAT'S SOME BRILLIANT SHIT

Fuck, I saw something completely different at first, now I can't even see how the fuck I couldn't see it was a horse.
User avatar #138 - riverofchex (10/25/2013) [-]
Thanks! lol it's aight- several people have seen something other than a horse when they were looking at a photo rather than the actual painting =]
#97 - Depends on what you mean by our peak. Yes, we have stopped evo…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/22/2013 on Steve Hofstetter +1
User avatar #139 - drakkira (10/22/2013) [-]
I'm disappointed you have not been aknowledged on this reply as much as you should have. This is a more than logical explanation towards are current state as a species, as we are not one of the more "normal" animals. While others biologically evolve further, we have the capacity to create technology that allows us to extend our abilties beyond that of anything biologically possible, and that tech will continue to improve and evolve by our hand. The only thing biologically disversifying about us is our ever changing landscape of knowledge. Our expanded social ability through use of technology also takes part in this as it is now easier than ever to access all the knowledge we need with just a few clicks of a mouse. it is communication across the human species that achieves these great things... minds working together. Sorry, I got carried away... point is, technology is our future and tbh at the rate its evolving the future doesn't look as bleak to me as it does to most.
User avatar #150 - malific (10/23/2013) [-]
Hadn't replied since I hadn't been back to the website since making my comment.

In answer to technology, and tyraxio's question of what i define as peak, I WAS referring to it in a purely biological sense.

As to the Jackson's yes intelligence is VERY largely effected by our environment. But it is also partially by our genetics. My point being that biologically, we are no longer basing our breeding choices on things like strength and intelligence but on social aspects like wealth and beauty.

I'm well aware we can increase our evolution artificially through technology, but again I don't really consider it evolution, since that is a reaction to one's environment, instead we will be modifying ourselves.

One point I like to think about on that, is fully integrating ourselves with nano technology. Imagine Nanobots in your system that continuously repair cells will simultaneously foraging in the environment around you for needed base materials such as proteins, iron, and other things on an atomic level.

The next day you know you have a rear seat in a class where the professor is particularly soft spoken, so you use your cell phone to instruct your nanites that you need a 150% increase in your hearing capability. Then you go to bed and when you wake up the next morning they've modified your ears, ear drum, and canal to increase your hearing, and your overall ability to pick out specific sounds.
#101 - Actually, it's not quite that elaborate. They are simply said … 10/21/2013 on Now it makes sense 0
#33 - You guys are so silly, the answer is one pound. 10/09/2013 on Science of the Future +8
#173 - Also >Beatles and other 80s classics. I lol'd. 10/08/2013 on taxi 0
#172 - Jesus ******* Christ... I was making the exact… 10/08/2013 on taxi 0
#169 - Labels? What the Hell are you talking about?  [+] (3 new replies) 10/08/2013 on taxi -1
#170 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
"muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican"

These are labels. I cant understand why youre putting such importance on these, why cant people just be people?
User avatar #225 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
haha you're one slimy fucker
#172 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ...

I was making the exact opposite point. You said you wouldn't turn down the music because you couldn't care less about the persons religion. My point being, no matter what the person's reason for disliking the music is, you ought to turn it down when they ask, because it is not your job to listen to music. In the case that you would like to continue listening to music on the job, I dunno, get a flippin' iPod or something. Sure, I don't see any problem in listening to the radio in a cab, so I wouldn't ask anyone to turn it down, but you really have to realise that you are on the job, and unless you own a private taxi company, you cannot ask a person to step out of the car unless they were actually somehow acting unacceptably, and asking for the driver to turn off the music is not unacceptable for a paying customer.

Oh and importantly, another time, listen to my points rather than look over the words and assume I'm labelling. Real cute for thumbing me down repeatedly btw.
#165 - If you are a taxi driver, you should turn off the radio if ask…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/08/2013 on taxi -2
#168 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
There you go again with the labels. you're more prejudiced than you seem to think. I don't care who they are, The Who, Beatles, and other 80s classics brought to us by the great people at gold 104.3fm are going to continue to bless my ears over the course of my day
#173 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Also >Beatles and other 80s classics.

I lol'd.
#169 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Labels? What the Hell are you talking about?
#170 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
"muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican"

These are labels. I cant understand why youre putting such importance on these, why cant people just be people?
User avatar #225 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
haha you're one slimy fucker
#172 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ...

I was making the exact opposite point. You said you wouldn't turn down the music because you couldn't care less about the persons religion. My point being, no matter what the person's reason for disliking the music is, you ought to turn it down when they ask, because it is not your job to listen to music. In the case that you would like to continue listening to music on the job, I dunno, get a flippin' iPod or something. Sure, I don't see any problem in listening to the radio in a cab, so I wouldn't ask anyone to turn it down, but you really have to realise that you are on the job, and unless you own a private taxi company, you cannot ask a person to step out of the car unless they were actually somehow acting unacceptably, and asking for the driver to turn off the music is not unacceptable for a paying customer.

Oh and importantly, another time, listen to my points rather than look over the words and assume I'm labelling. Real cute for thumbing me down repeatedly btw.
#161 - Actually, it seems a lot to me like I am the only person not b…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/08/2013 on taxi -3
#164 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
im not saying anything about him being muslim, if anyone asked me if I were a taxi driver to turn the radio off I wouldn't for a number of reasons. adding the fact that hes muslim is irrelevant to me
User avatar #224 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
yes you would though. Most taxi drivers work for a company so would be at risk of being fired plus he wouldn't get paid.
#165 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
If you are a taxi driver, you should turn off the radio if asked Not because he is a muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican, simply because he is paying you for a trip, and you should accomodate him.
#168 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
There you go again with the labels. you're more prejudiced than you seem to think. I don't care who they are, The Who, Beatles, and other 80s classics brought to us by the great people at gold 104.3fm are going to continue to bless my ears over the course of my day
#173 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Also >Beatles and other 80s classics.

I lol'd.
#169 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Labels? What the Hell are you talking about?
#170 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
"muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican"

These are labels. I cant understand why youre putting such importance on these, why cant people just be people?
User avatar #225 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
haha you're one slimy fucker
#172 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ...

I was making the exact opposite point. You said you wouldn't turn down the music because you couldn't care less about the persons religion. My point being, no matter what the person's reason for disliking the music is, you ought to turn it down when they ask, because it is not your job to listen to music. In the case that you would like to continue listening to music on the job, I dunno, get a flippin' iPod or something. Sure, I don't see any problem in listening to the radio in a cab, so I wouldn't ask anyone to turn it down, but you really have to realise that you are on the job, and unless you own a private taxi company, you cannot ask a person to step out of the car unless they were actually somehow acting unacceptably, and asking for the driver to turn off the music is not unacceptable for a paying customer.

Oh and importantly, another time, listen to my points rather than look over the words and assume I'm labelling. Real cute for thumbing me down repeatedly btw.
#156 - Didn't say it was a bloody crime, just that the costumer is ri…  [+] (11 new replies) 10/08/2013 on taxi -5
#157 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
#161 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Actually, it seems a lot to me like I am the only person not butthurt. All of you guys are butthurt over muslims getting special treatment, and I just don't understand why the cab driver can't turn off his music when he would if any non-muslim simply asked him to turn it off.

And yes, I know it's a joke, it's all your attitudes that are scaring me.
#164 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
im not saying anything about him being muslim, if anyone asked me if I were a taxi driver to turn the radio off I wouldn't for a number of reasons. adding the fact that hes muslim is irrelevant to me
User avatar #224 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
yes you would though. Most taxi drivers work for a company so would be at risk of being fired plus he wouldn't get paid.
#165 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
If you are a taxi driver, you should turn off the radio if asked Not because he is a muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican, simply because he is paying you for a trip, and you should accomodate him.
#168 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
There you go again with the labels. you're more prejudiced than you seem to think. I don't care who they are, The Who, Beatles, and other 80s classics brought to us by the great people at gold 104.3fm are going to continue to bless my ears over the course of my day
#173 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Also >Beatles and other 80s classics.

I lol'd.
#169 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Labels? What the Hell are you talking about?
#170 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
"muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican"

These are labels. I cant understand why youre putting such importance on these, why cant people just be people?
User avatar #225 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
haha you're one slimy fucker
#172 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ...

I was making the exact opposite point. You said you wouldn't turn down the music because you couldn't care less about the persons religion. My point being, no matter what the person's reason for disliking the music is, you ought to turn it down when they ask, because it is not your job to listen to music. In the case that you would like to continue listening to music on the job, I dunno, get a flippin' iPod or something. Sure, I don't see any problem in listening to the radio in a cab, so I wouldn't ask anyone to turn it down, but you really have to realise that you are on the job, and unless you own a private taxi company, you cannot ask a person to step out of the car unless they were actually somehow acting unacceptably, and asking for the driver to turn off the music is not unacceptable for a paying customer.

Oh and importantly, another time, listen to my points rather than look over the words and assume I'm labelling. Real cute for thumbing me down repeatedly btw.
#149 - You're certainly seeing this wrongly right now. It is his cab,… 10/08/2013 on taxi 0
#147 - Firstly, this is very realistic, I could so hear a cab driver …  [+] (13 new replies) 10/08/2013 on taxi -4
User avatar #152 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
nigga wants to listen to music while he drives. aint no crime there
#156 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Didn't say it was a bloody crime, just that the costumer is right. Cab driver is on duty, not on pleasure.
#157 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
#161 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Actually, it seems a lot to me like I am the only person not butthurt. All of you guys are butthurt over muslims getting special treatment, and I just don't understand why the cab driver can't turn off his music when he would if any non-muslim simply asked him to turn it off.

And yes, I know it's a joke, it's all your attitudes that are scaring me.
#164 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
im not saying anything about him being muslim, if anyone asked me if I were a taxi driver to turn the radio off I wouldn't for a number of reasons. adding the fact that hes muslim is irrelevant to me
User avatar #224 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
yes you would though. Most taxi drivers work for a company so would be at risk of being fired plus he wouldn't get paid.
#165 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
If you are a taxi driver, you should turn off the radio if asked Not because he is a muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican, simply because he is paying you for a trip, and you should accomodate him.
#168 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
There you go again with the labels. you're more prejudiced than you seem to think. I don't care who they are, The Who, Beatles, and other 80s classics brought to us by the great people at gold 104.3fm are going to continue to bless my ears over the course of my day
#173 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Also >Beatles and other 80s classics.

I lol'd.
#169 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Labels? What the Hell are you talking about?
#170 - blueboysixnine (10/08/2013) [-]
"muslim, a vegan, a neo-nazi or a republican"

These are labels. I cant understand why youre putting such importance on these, why cant people just be people?
User avatar #225 - nimba (10/08/2013) [-]
haha you're one slimy fucker
#172 - tyraxio (10/08/2013) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ...

I was making the exact opposite point. You said you wouldn't turn down the music because you couldn't care less about the persons religion. My point being, no matter what the person's reason for disliking the music is, you ought to turn it down when they ask, because it is not your job to listen to music. In the case that you would like to continue listening to music on the job, I dunno, get a flippin' iPod or something. Sure, I don't see any problem in listening to the radio in a cab, so I wouldn't ask anyone to turn it down, but you really have to realise that you are on the job, and unless you own a private taxi company, you cannot ask a person to step out of the car unless they were actually somehow acting unacceptably, and asking for the driver to turn off the music is not unacceptable for a paying customer.

Oh and importantly, another time, listen to my points rather than look over the words and assume I'm labelling. Real cute for thumbing me down repeatedly btw.
#119 - now let's all agree to never be creative again 10/08/2013 on its gunna happen +2
#1246 - Wahahaha, oh yes <3 Last words about Finding Nemo … 10/08/2013 on Your Last Words 0
#85 - Picture 10/07/2013 on Oh Canada +1
#124 - Just asking on a random piece of content, how come the comment… 10/07/2013 on not making this up 0
#60 - So technically, the Player changes his mind and will focus on … 10/07/2013 on Se3ms 0
#93 - I honestly thought people learned from watching Finding Nemo. … 10/07/2013 on found him.. 0
#3 - Sarcasm isn't funny anymore? 10/07/2013 on (untitled) 0
#68 - Svenske djævel. I'm Danish/British, keep trying! …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/06/2013 on Real wordplay +1
#69 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
Väl skit.
#66 - You're almost too cute.  [+] (3 new replies) 10/06/2013 on Real wordplay 0
#67 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
Jag är svenska ändå..

I'm Swedish/British, keep trying!
#68 - tyraxio (10/06/2013) [-]
Svenske djævel.

I'm Danish/British, keep trying!

All feuding aside for a moment, that is actually quite a coincidence. I am not kidding.
#69 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
Väl skit.
#18 - By Western standards, it's a miracle it survived. By … 10/06/2013 on It's happening wanderers +1
#64 - I should quit being a faggot and then perform a gay sex act? W…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/05/2013 on Real wordplay 0
#65 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
You have never heard someone say, "quit being a faggot and suck that dick", it is supposed to be contradicting itself.. And my good fellow, I do not need to do so as I have a girlfriend, something you may lack? I would not know, even so, like I care! Good night.
#66 - tyraxio (10/06/2013) [-]
You're almost too cute.
#67 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
Jag är svenska ändå..

I'm Swedish/British, keep trying!
#68 - tyraxio (10/06/2013) [-]
Svenske djævel.

I'm Danish/British, keep trying!

All feuding aside for a moment, that is actually quite a coincidence. I am not kidding.
#69 - luwak (10/06/2013) [-]
Väl skit.
#20 - Neil is so ******* boss in that waistcoat.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/05/2013 on Dumb things said by smart... +7
#172 - memolia (10/05/2013) [-]
+ he does even praise the sun
#42 - Who votes that we keep this as our map from now on? I'd much r…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/05/2013 on Murrica +1
#89 - anonymous (10/05/2013) [-]
I don't looks like the U.S. is violating Canada while Cuba, Mexico, and Greenland watch.

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