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#11 - Intellij IDEA? Yeah 07/03/2015 on anyone use phpstorm /... 0
#23 - Then that's not gay pride. That's proud that people are being …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/30/2015 on WATER CAN'T MELT GAY BEAMS 0
User avatar #24 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
I think you're really hung up on the semantics, here. Like, mega-trivial minutia.
#22 - You chose to continue supporting them. You could have decided …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/30/2015 on WATER CAN'T MELT GAY BEAMS 0
User avatar #56 - JonathanNowFuckYou (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah I do have mates that support a different team to their dad or their brothers or whatever, but I'd say it was something I was brought up with. There are pictures of me wearing an Everton shirt from when I was too young to remember and honestly I can't remember making any choice. You're telling me that I (4-5 years old) made a conscious decision to support them so I could fit in with my own family?
I feel pride that I'm part of something.
Gay rights has been a huge and ongoing movement and I'd honestly say they have every right to feel pride for themselves and each other.

They don't have to be such fucking faggots about it though.
#15 - You cannot be proud of something that you had no control over.…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/30/2015 on WATER CAN'T MELT GAY BEAMS +1
User avatar #25 - captainprincess (06/30/2015) [-]
You can be proud of it
It's just dumb and pointless
#21 - slidershaun (06/30/2015) [-]
larger than the other two.
#20 - slidershaun has deleted their comment.
User avatar #18 - JonathanNowFuckYou (06/30/2015) [-]
I didn't choose to support my soccer team. I grew up with my dad and older brother supporting them and it became a part of my life that I take pride in.
#22 - xymus (06/30/2015) [-]
You chose to continue supporting them. You could have decided to root for another team; but you didn't. You chose to support the one that your family supported, because it helped your bonds between them.

Again, I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with being gay; but it's something that nobody should be proud of. People can only be proud of their choices, or the choices of others.
User avatar #56 - JonathanNowFuckYou (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah I do have mates that support a different team to their dad or their brothers or whatever, but I'd say it was something I was brought up with. There are pictures of me wearing an Everton shirt from when I was too young to remember and honestly I can't remember making any choice. You're telling me that I (4-5 years old) made a conscious decision to support them so I could fit in with my own family?
I feel pride that I'm part of something.
Gay rights has been a huge and ongoing movement and I'd honestly say they have every right to feel pride for themselves and each other.

They don't have to be such fucking faggots about it though.
User avatar #16 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah, but again, nobody is going to beat the ever-loving shit out of you for revealing you have brown hair. I imagine it's not so much being proud of being gay but being able to live openly with it, accepting of it, and proud of that openness, without fear of imminent physical harm.
#23 - xymus (06/30/2015) [-]
Then that's not gay pride. That's proud that people are being treated like humans.
User avatar #24 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
I think you're really hung up on the semantics, here. Like, mega-trivial minutia.
#11 - How can you possible be proud of something you have no control over?  [+] (11 new replies) 06/30/2015 on WATER CAN'T MELT GAY BEAMS -3
User avatar #12 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
Well, being able to state aloud that you are gay and not getting dragged behind a truck until you die is a pretty big accomplishment for society as a whole, if not for individual gays.
#15 - xymus (06/30/2015) [-]
You cannot be proud of something that you had no control over. It's like saying that you're proud you have brown hair; or proud that your left nut is slightly larger than the other two.
User avatar #25 - captainprincess (06/30/2015) [-]
You can be proud of it
It's just dumb and pointless
#21 - slidershaun (06/30/2015) [-]
larger than the other two.
#20 - slidershaun has deleted their comment.
User avatar #18 - JonathanNowFuckYou (06/30/2015) [-]
I didn't choose to support my soccer team. I grew up with my dad and older brother supporting them and it became a part of my life that I take pride in.
#22 - xymus (06/30/2015) [-]
You chose to continue supporting them. You could have decided to root for another team; but you didn't. You chose to support the one that your family supported, because it helped your bonds between them.

Again, I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with being gay; but it's something that nobody should be proud of. People can only be proud of their choices, or the choices of others.
User avatar #56 - JonathanNowFuckYou (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah I do have mates that support a different team to their dad or their brothers or whatever, but I'd say it was something I was brought up with. There are pictures of me wearing an Everton shirt from when I was too young to remember and honestly I can't remember making any choice. You're telling me that I (4-5 years old) made a conscious decision to support them so I could fit in with my own family?
I feel pride that I'm part of something.
Gay rights has been a huge and ongoing movement and I'd honestly say they have every right to feel pride for themselves and each other.

They don't have to be such fucking faggots about it though.
User avatar #16 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
Yeah, but again, nobody is going to beat the ever-loving shit out of you for revealing you have brown hair. I imagine it's not so much being proud of being gay but being able to live openly with it, accepting of it, and proud of that openness, without fear of imminent physical harm.
#23 - xymus (06/30/2015) [-]
Then that's not gay pride. That's proud that people are being treated like humans.
User avatar #24 - schneidend (06/30/2015) [-]
I think you're really hung up on the semantics, here. Like, mega-trivial minutia.
#10 - Comment deleted 06/20/2015 on Pokemon Fusions +1
#7 - That's how much Bread and Pizza cost in the US too.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2015 on Dear Admin 0
#8 - stianx (04/22/2015) [-]
Quick search suggest pizza prices around 4$, bit off from 6-7$ (which isn't average, but rather the most bought pizza in Norway, average would be around 60-80 NOK) It's no secret Norway is one of the most expensive countries in the world, and I don't complain due to also having relatively high salaries, but as a student, that's irrelevant. I live off of the equivalent to one day of work, 8 hours. Which really isn't ment to be possible. I could find a lot more price examples, but I think the point is clear. I'm not here to argue over prices anyway, just explained why I can't afford to donate any money.
#5 - Give me time guys. I'm working on it. 04/18/2015 on Which Pokemon fusion do you... 0
#3 - Do the first if you program in C# or other .NET languages. … 04/14/2015 on There are 10 types of... 0
#14 - if (input %2 == 0) { Console.WriteLine("Number is… 04/13/2015 on Is there really no easier way? +2
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