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#52 - You can sponsor a bill that gets so ****** in committee you de…  [+] (1 reply) 12/01/2016 on Trump on flag burning 0
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#53 - thefates (12/01/2016) [-]
Do you have some sort of source for her voting against her own bill?
#50 - She voted against it.  [+] (3 replies) 12/01/2016 on Trump on flag burning 0
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#51 - thefates (12/01/2016) [-]
You don't sponsor bills that you're against man.
#52 - zaphodcoolfrood (12/01/2016) [-]
You can sponsor a bill that gets so fucked in committee you decide not to vote for it anymore.
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#53 - thefates (12/01/2016) [-]
Do you have some sort of source for her voting against her own bill?
#25 - Jesus dude, 1. That's not what a misnomer is. 2. …  [+] (2 replies) 11/23/2016 on Recycling 0
#29 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
2. Again, yes you are. I already corrected my 'misapprehension' so you did plagiarize and not point out I already made that correction
#28 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Why are you bringing religion into this. Are you xenophobic?

1. That is what a misnomer is. As a misnomer is the incorrect usage of a word or a phrase to describe something or a period of time, such as the misnomer of "The Era of Good Feelings"
#24 - Just in general you seem kinda angry and hateful. I'…  [+] (1 reply) 11/23/2016 on Recycling 0
#27 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
How do I seem angry and hateful? Is it because I have a viewpoint contrary to yours? Am I triggering you. Do you need a safespace list made for you on fj? Well, go cry somewhere else.

Furthermore, I never said you were delving into semantics, I was the one who delved into it. It's called using the rules and structure of the English language sir.

Also, I always knew what the slogan meant, I was just adding onto grimfuck's original statement about the actual result of the election, and its relation to the slogan itself.

If you find the use of logic insulting, you are on the wrong site sir. I recommend going to tumblr. As I already stated, you have a poor sense of the definition of the word insult.

Again, no, the size and diversity of a group does not matter to me, nor does it matter in the value of the group. You just want it to matter so you have something to fall back on.
#18 - Nah the slogan is "love beats hate" not "love t…  [+] (6 replies) 11/23/2016 on Recycling 0
#22 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Thanks for the downvote though, helps with knowing the feedback of other users.
#21 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
I already commented on that misnomer, so you are literally just repeating what I said without citing me, in other words plagiarism. You also appear to be stating I am confused, which I already explained I was in the aforementioned comment. Basically, you kind of are committing libel. But don't worry, I'll forgive you for this mistake
#25 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Jesus dude,

1. That's not what a misnomer is.
2. No I'm not, I'm correcting the same misapprehension you had about the slogan, only this guys didn't sperg out.

Get some help man.
#29 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
2. Again, yes you are. I already corrected my 'misapprehension' so you did plagiarize and not point out I already made that correction
#28 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Why are you bringing religion into this. Are you xenophobic?

1. That is what a misnomer is. As a misnomer is the incorrect usage of a word or a phrase to describe something or a period of time, such as the misnomer of "The Era of Good Feelings"
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#19 - bojesus (11/23/2016) [-]
I see, so it's trump as in "this things trumps that thing". That makes more sense now, thanks for clarifying m8.
#17 - Oh, I think you misunderstand the slogan man. The slo…  [+] (4 replies) 11/23/2016 on Recycling -1
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#26 - grimfuck (11/23/2016) [-]
Donalds Love (noun)
Tumps (verb)
HIllary's Hate (noun)
#20 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Where was I not being calm sir? It seems as though you are so ready to try and flame me for using the slogan of this "very diverse and very large group" that you are so defensive about against them. The point of my comment was to make a pun, not delve into semantics and sentence structure. So if you would kindly, "calm down a little" maybe you would see how badly you failed.

Also, I couldn't give two shits about this group you mentioned.

Furthermore, I have reread my comment you replied to, and fail to see how you can conclude that I insulted this group's intelligence.

The point of a group is to provide outsiders a generalization of the member's beliefs, so you can't really get mad at me for using that generalization of the group itself.

Additionally "insulting"? Insulting would be if I said "go fuck yourself twatheads" and directed it towards that group. Also, the diversity of a group and its size does not bear any weight to any semi-intelligent logical person. It only means something to SJW snowflakes and White Knight bitch boys.
#24 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Just in general you seem kinda angry and hateful.

I'm not "delving into semantics." You had a fundamental misunderstanding of what the slogan meant, tried to make a joke about it, and then I corrected you after realizing where your mistake was.

"we can understand why these millennial special snowflakes (a term use in derision) are so easily swayed by the MSM" The intent of this sentence is clearly to insult the intelligence and free-thinking capabilities of people you disagree with, while implying that you would not so easily have the wool pulled over your eyes. Pretty clearly insulting.

The size and diversity of a group absolutely does matter, especially with respect to you trying to generalize them.

#27 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
How do I seem angry and hateful? Is it because I have a viewpoint contrary to yours? Am I triggering you. Do you need a safespace list made for you on fj? Well, go cry somewhere else.

Furthermore, I never said you were delving into semantics, I was the one who delved into it. It's called using the rules and structure of the English language sir.

Also, I always knew what the slogan meant, I was just adding onto grimfuck's original statement about the actual result of the election, and its relation to the slogan itself.

If you find the use of logic insulting, you are on the wrong site sir. I recommend going to tumblr. As I already stated, you have a poor sense of the definition of the word insult.

Again, no, the size and diversity of a group does not matter to me, nor does it matter in the value of the group. You just want it to matter so you have something to fall back on.
#14 - I still fail to see the error in the slogan. Other than that t…  [+] (14 replies) 11/23/2016 on Recycling 0
#15 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
The error is that when saying, "Love Trumps Hate" logically that would mean the person holding the sign/chanting the slogan loves Trump's "hate speech" which they are so triggered by. Meaning that they likely want to be in the submissive part of a relationship. By that same conclusion, we can understand why these millennial special snowflakes are so swayed by the MSM (Main Stream Media for all you newfags that haven't figured out that acronym yet).
#17 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Oh, I think you misunderstand the slogan man.

The slogan is not: Love (verb) Trump's (D. Trump possesive) Hate (noun)
The slogan is: Love (noun) trumps (verb) Hate (noun)
It's like saying "Love beats Hate" but it's a play on Trumps name.

Also I think you need to calm down a little. You are seriously generalizing and insulting the intelligence of the very diverse and very large group of people who don't want Trump to president. Many of the people protesting, and the majority of Americans who voted in the election, did not have Trump as their first pick for President. Naturally some of them are frightened that their or people they love's rights and safety are at risk in a Trump administration, especially with how flip-floppy he's been on his positions on what he's actually going to do in office.

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#26 - grimfuck (11/23/2016) [-]
Donalds Love (noun)
Tumps (verb)
HIllary's Hate (noun)
#20 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Where was I not being calm sir? It seems as though you are so ready to try and flame me for using the slogan of this "very diverse and very large group" that you are so defensive about against them. The point of my comment was to make a pun, not delve into semantics and sentence structure. So if you would kindly, "calm down a little" maybe you would see how badly you failed.

Also, I couldn't give two shits about this group you mentioned.

Furthermore, I have reread my comment you replied to, and fail to see how you can conclude that I insulted this group's intelligence.

The point of a group is to provide outsiders a generalization of the member's beliefs, so you can't really get mad at me for using that generalization of the group itself.

Additionally "insulting"? Insulting would be if I said "go fuck yourself twatheads" and directed it towards that group. Also, the diversity of a group and its size does not bear any weight to any semi-intelligent logical person. It only means something to SJW snowflakes and White Knight bitch boys.
#24 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Just in general you seem kinda angry and hateful.

I'm not "delving into semantics." You had a fundamental misunderstanding of what the slogan meant, tried to make a joke about it, and then I corrected you after realizing where your mistake was.

"we can understand why these millennial special snowflakes (a term use in derision) are so easily swayed by the MSM" The intent of this sentence is clearly to insult the intelligence and free-thinking capabilities of people you disagree with, while implying that you would not so easily have the wool pulled over your eyes. Pretty clearly insulting.

The size and diversity of a group absolutely does matter, especially with respect to you trying to generalize them.

#27 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
How do I seem angry and hateful? Is it because I have a viewpoint contrary to yours? Am I triggering you. Do you need a safespace list made for you on fj? Well, go cry somewhere else.

Furthermore, I never said you were delving into semantics, I was the one who delved into it. It's called using the rules and structure of the English language sir.

Also, I always knew what the slogan meant, I was just adding onto grimfuck's original statement about the actual result of the election, and its relation to the slogan itself.

If you find the use of logic insulting, you are on the wrong site sir. I recommend going to tumblr. As I already stated, you have a poor sense of the definition of the word insult.

Again, no, the size and diversity of a group does not matter to me, nor does it matter in the value of the group. You just want it to matter so you have something to fall back on.
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#16 - bojesus (11/23/2016) [-]
Also it should be "Love Trump's hate" rather than "Love Trumps Hate" so I guess there is a grammatical error.
#18 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Nah the slogan is "love beats hate" not "love the hate donald trump has"

It's grammatically fine, though on the surface I can see how it might confuse some people.
#22 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Thanks for the downvote though, helps with knowing the feedback of other users.
#21 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
I already commented on that misnomer, so you are literally just repeating what I said without citing me, in other words plagiarism. You also appear to be stating I am confused, which I already explained I was in the aforementioned comment. Basically, you kind of are committing libel. But don't worry, I'll forgive you for this mistake
#25 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Jesus dude,

1. That's not what a misnomer is.
2. No I'm not, I'm correcting the same misapprehension you had about the slogan, only this guys didn't sperg out.

Get some help man.
#29 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
2. Again, yes you are. I already corrected my 'misapprehension' so you did plagiarize and not point out I already made that correction
#28 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Why are you bringing religion into this. Are you xenophobic?

1. That is what a misnomer is. As a misnomer is the incorrect usage of a word or a phrase to describe something or a period of time, such as the misnomer of "The Era of Good Feelings"
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#19 - bojesus (11/23/2016) [-]
I see, so it's trump as in "this things trumps that thing". That makes more sense now, thanks for clarifying m8.
#12 - What grammatical error?  [+] (16 replies) 11/23/2016 on Recycling 0
#13 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
"Love Trumps Hate"
Sorry, meant logical error, not grammatical.
#14 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
I still fail to see the error in the slogan. Other than that trump one, which in context is hate winning lol.
#15 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
The error is that when saying, "Love Trumps Hate" logically that would mean the person holding the sign/chanting the slogan loves Trump's "hate speech" which they are so triggered by. Meaning that they likely want to be in the submissive part of a relationship. By that same conclusion, we can understand why these millennial special snowflakes are so swayed by the MSM (Main Stream Media for all you newfags that haven't figured out that acronym yet).
#17 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Oh, I think you misunderstand the slogan man.

The slogan is not: Love (verb) Trump's (D. Trump possesive) Hate (noun)
The slogan is: Love (noun) trumps (verb) Hate (noun)
It's like saying "Love beats Hate" but it's a play on Trumps name.

Also I think you need to calm down a little. You are seriously generalizing and insulting the intelligence of the very diverse and very large group of people who don't want Trump to president. Many of the people protesting, and the majority of Americans who voted in the election, did not have Trump as their first pick for President. Naturally some of them are frightened that their or people they love's rights and safety are at risk in a Trump administration, especially with how flip-floppy he's been on his positions on what he's actually going to do in office.

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#26 - grimfuck (11/23/2016) [-]
Donalds Love (noun)
Tumps (verb)
HIllary's Hate (noun)
#20 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Where was I not being calm sir? It seems as though you are so ready to try and flame me for using the slogan of this "very diverse and very large group" that you are so defensive about against them. The point of my comment was to make a pun, not delve into semantics and sentence structure. So if you would kindly, "calm down a little" maybe you would see how badly you failed.

Also, I couldn't give two shits about this group you mentioned.

Furthermore, I have reread my comment you replied to, and fail to see how you can conclude that I insulted this group's intelligence.

The point of a group is to provide outsiders a generalization of the member's beliefs, so you can't really get mad at me for using that generalization of the group itself.

Additionally "insulting"? Insulting would be if I said "go fuck yourself twatheads" and directed it towards that group. Also, the diversity of a group and its size does not bear any weight to any semi-intelligent logical person. It only means something to SJW snowflakes and White Knight bitch boys.
#24 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Just in general you seem kinda angry and hateful.

I'm not "delving into semantics." You had a fundamental misunderstanding of what the slogan meant, tried to make a joke about it, and then I corrected you after realizing where your mistake was.

"we can understand why these millennial special snowflakes (a term use in derision) are so easily swayed by the MSM" The intent of this sentence is clearly to insult the intelligence and free-thinking capabilities of people you disagree with, while implying that you would not so easily have the wool pulled over your eyes. Pretty clearly insulting.

The size and diversity of a group absolutely does matter, especially with respect to you trying to generalize them.

#27 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
How do I seem angry and hateful? Is it because I have a viewpoint contrary to yours? Am I triggering you. Do you need a safespace list made for you on fj? Well, go cry somewhere else.

Furthermore, I never said you were delving into semantics, I was the one who delved into it. It's called using the rules and structure of the English language sir.

Also, I always knew what the slogan meant, I was just adding onto grimfuck's original statement about the actual result of the election, and its relation to the slogan itself.

If you find the use of logic insulting, you are on the wrong site sir. I recommend going to tumblr. As I already stated, you have a poor sense of the definition of the word insult.

Again, no, the size and diversity of a group does not matter to me, nor does it matter in the value of the group. You just want it to matter so you have something to fall back on.
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#16 - bojesus (11/23/2016) [-]
Also it should be "Love Trump's hate" rather than "Love Trumps Hate" so I guess there is a grammatical error.
#18 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Nah the slogan is "love beats hate" not "love the hate donald trump has"

It's grammatically fine, though on the surface I can see how it might confuse some people.
#22 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Thanks for the downvote though, helps with knowing the feedback of other users.
#21 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
I already commented on that misnomer, so you are literally just repeating what I said without citing me, in other words plagiarism. You also appear to be stating I am confused, which I already explained I was in the aforementioned comment. Basically, you kind of are committing libel. But don't worry, I'll forgive you for this mistake
#25 - zaphodcoolfrood (11/23/2016) [-]
Jesus dude,

1. That's not what a misnomer is.
2. No I'm not, I'm correcting the same misapprehension you had about the slogan, only this guys didn't sperg out.

Get some help man.
#29 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
2. Again, yes you are. I already corrected my 'misapprehension' so you did plagiarize and not point out I already made that correction
#28 - atransblackmartian (11/23/2016) [-]
Why are you bringing religion into this. Are you xenophobic?

1. That is what a misnomer is. As a misnomer is the incorrect usage of a word or a phrase to describe something or a period of time, such as the misnomer of "The Era of Good Feelings"
User avatar
#19 - bojesus (11/23/2016) [-]
I see, so it's trump as in "this things trumps that thing". That makes more sense now, thanks for clarifying m8.
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