IceMetalPunk
IceMetalPunk
7/28/16
8:42 PM
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Abraham Lincoln once said, “broad generalizations of human beliefs and behaviors are almost always inaccurate, especially the political ones”. And I believe Ol’ Abe, because a Republican customer at my store responded to my joke about how “I don’t mind if you want to take my job, as long as I still get paid,” by Read more

7/28/16
7:26 PM
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1) That’s what I use Google Now for. Already have it, thanks. And I rarely use it anyway, preferring basic Google Voice Search, which gives the same information.

2) Doesn’t mean anything without a touch screen.

3) A slower method of signing in which is not more secure than a password? No, thanks, I’ll stick with my Read more

9/14/15
7:54 PM
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Well, gee, with a prompt like “wate your time, please”, I absolutely believe there’s a point to talking to you. /sarcasm

9/13/15
9:50 AM
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I downloaded the update, then immediately regretted it as two of my most used applications died from it. The good thing is that Win10 has a downgrade function built-in for the first month or so after the upgrade, so I just downgraded back to Win8.1 and it’s been fine.

8/3/15
1:53 AM
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The irony of promoting negative stereotypes about nearly half the world’s populations in a forum designed to help reduce negative stereotypes about the other half.

7/14/15
1:52 AM
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I know. When did I say he didn’t say speed? I just added more information, wasn’t arguing.

7/14/15
1:51 AM
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I don’t think the punishments fit the crime when it comes to drugs in the US right now. Never said I did. But making something illegal doesn’t (and shouldn’t) always mean “go directly to jail, do not pass go, do not collect $200.” The punishments should change to something more productive, but the legality shouldn’t. Read more

7/14/15
1:45 AM
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I’m not sure why you made that a reply to me...I’m the one who mentioned white hat hacking in the first place :P

7/14/15
1:43 AM
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There’s a stark difference between your examples and the idea of removing religion. I’ll give you a chance to guess what I’m going to say that is before I tell you. I’m sure you can figure it out.

7/14/15
1:41 AM
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I agree with you there, that this particular approach is probably not the most effective. But just leaving religious people to promote their religion, even among each other (because keep in mind that these people either do have or may one day have children that they will pass the values on to), is also not a good Read more

7/14/15
1:38 AM
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The problem is that many religions—or at least the Big Three—are founded on the idea that a violent, mysoginistic, morally lacking, science-undermining, internally conflicted book is not only the absolute truth, but that it’s also the absolute moral truth. Whatever religious people have done in the name of their Read more

7/14/15
1:32 AM
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That CAN be true, but is not necessarily true. Doing nothing has a 100% chance of affecting no change. Doing something allows change to occur, which may be negative, or it may be positive. Consider, as a simple example, many of the major social rights victories in the US alone (women’s sufferage, abolition of slavery, Read more

7/14/15
1:27 AM
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Wait, what? How does atheism promote the lack of consideration of future judgment? Just because that judgment comes from either other people or within one’s own conscience doesn’t mean anything in terms of its value. On top of that, judgment shouldn’t ever be the main motivation in morality. The idea that without fear Read more

7/14/15
12:09 AM
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This absolutely has to be shitty trolls. Some of the posts here are things that I’d say while trolling the shit out of Omegle people. There is NO way this is real...right? It has to be Poe’s Law in action...right? Please tell me I’m right here...

7/6/15
2:36 PM
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They “just want to be left alone” while they reaffirm their beliefs which affect their actions which hurt other people? They don’t get that luxury. No one does. Religion is dangerous to society not because people believe it, but because people who believe it act on those beliefs. The more we sit idly by and allow Read more

7/6/15
2:33 PM
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When you realize that religions affect not only peoples’ beliefs, but also their actions, in a society where their actions affect others, then perhaps you’ll understand why allowing everyone to believe in whatever religion they want is dangerous.

5/3/15
11:59 PM
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Being single and 24, I’m in the 18.8%. Except, wait, no, even when I wasn’t single I would still be there (I assume mutual masturbation still counts?), so I guess I’m just solidly in the 18.8%. I should be proud, no?

5/3/15
11:56 PM
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It’s also important to remember this is a self-selected survey. For example, they mention pedophilia and bestiality are rare—but what do you think are the chances of someone admitting they have a pedophilia fetish, even if they do?

5/3/15
11:38 PM
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Welcome to another example of the results of democratically elected politicians. Democracy is like communism in some ways: it only works in the ideal situation, and it utter shit in the real world.