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299422 No.13665   [Reply]
>> No.13666  
My OTP


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125455 No.13656   [Reply]
It's not just about children. We've got homosexuals casually appearing even on television. Japan has become far too untamed. I'll go forward with this with a sense of mission in heart.
>> No.13658  
Good thing nobody is taking him seriously, right?
>> No.13659  
>>13658
>The Democractic Party of Japan, the largest faction at 52 seats, has yet to announce its stance on the bill, although it did oppose the earlier version of the bill. The 38-seat Liberal Democratic Party and the 23-seat New Komeito Party supported the earlier bill.
>> No.13660  
It's not just Japan. There is a conservative (to the point of fascism some times) turn everywhere in the globe. Pedophiles, terrorists and racists are the new witches. While those three are definitely bad, everyone can easily labeled one of these three in order to shut him up. Censorship and ban of free speech is always done in terms of protecting the children, the nation or the minorities from child abusers, terrorists and hate-speech while at the same time they are actually abusing the children, promote state-terrorism and reverse hate-speech.

Take a look at UK. According to some research the majority of people refuse to assist a child in need in fear that they could be labeled as pedophiles. Teachers at school can't comfort a crying child. Skinship is slowly turning into a taboo. Children are subconsciously 'raped' and brought up into a sensitive-less, fake world.

Take a look at USA and the progressive death of the first amendment. In favor of the state and 'freedom' the freedom of speech (which is the foundation of the state itself) is being abused. We live a new era of McCarthyism where instead of communism we have the terrorism. Personal privacy and freedom of speech are banned in favor of counter-terrorism. The democracy they advertising that they protect is slowly dying by the same people.

Take a look at Germany and the Nazi ban. Even religious symbols as the Swastika are banned. Christians go all the way with counter-hate speech against Islam's hate speech. You can't ban extreme speech without being an extremist yourself. Democracy accepts all voices, even the ones that call for its fall. It sustains itself by proving why its better than the other systems not by silencing the other systems (and turning in progress in one of them).
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820031 No.13482   [Reply]
http://www.reddit.com/r/MensRights/comments/eembh/i_was_arrested_for_domestic_violence/
Hurray for gender equality. After all, there's no way a woman could possibly assault a man, right?
>> No.13483  
This is why you don't want to get a girlfriend.
>> No.13517  
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No worries. Your 2D waifu will never bring you to court because of pure batshit insanity and spite. Unless, you know, you're into that kind of thing.


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798606 No.13474   [Reply]
PUDDI PUDDI
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72218 No.13464   [Reply]
My laptop power supply just died. I don't have a desktop PC. What do I do now?!
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>> No.13466  
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Well you somehow found a way to post, so I think you're gonna be ok.
>> No.13468  
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Congratulations, OP; you are now free to do anything without your computer acting as a limitation! Why don't you go outside and enjoy the scenery, have a breath of fresh air?
>> No.13469  
HOW ARE YOU POSTING!?
ARE YOU A WIZARD!?
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>>13466
>>13469
Laptops have these things called batteries, which allow you to use them for a while even without a power supply.

Luckily, I was able to get a replacement first thing in the morning.

>>13468
It's fucking cold outside. I almost froze to death just getting my replacement power supply.
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>>13470
Welcome back, brave warrior.


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58385 No.13404   [Reply]
Do you read any webcomics, /bun/?
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>> No.13429  
Penny Arcade is pretty much all I read, and even then not very often. I read MegaTokyo for the longest time (who didn't?) but got fed up with it eventually.
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>>13408
Ohh thank you.
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Does anyone read Drowtales here?
I know there's a lot of hate for it in /tg/ for focusing on a "race of mary sues", but I think it makes for a fun fantasy tale.

And the art is really nice.
>> No.13457  
>>13451
I read part of it once. I recall thinking it was a cute story.


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19060 No.13371   [Reply]
Everybody, stop drinking alcohol and start using LSD instead.
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>> No.13412  
>>13410
Alkyl nitrates look pretty sweet if that's anything to go by.
>> No.13425  
>>13399
My only point has been that I don't believe LSD is realistically safer than alcohol.
>> No.13433  
>>13425
Well I'm afraid that your subjective opinion goes against the vast majority of professional studies and research.
Are you sure preconceptions are not clouding your judgement?
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>>13433
We'll put subjective opinions aside, then. I have listed the concerns I have regarding the currently cited study in >>13382. I'd be interested to read all other research you can reference, especially anything suggesting that responsible use of LSD could lengthen your lifespan.

http://www.healthfinder.gov/news/newsstory.aspx?docID=637136
>> No.13435  
Yeah another major problem with that other study is it doesn't take into consideration frequency of use, or even amount used. With alcohol it's easy to drink an amount that won't affect you at all, or maybe will only give you a buzz, but as far as I know people don't consume other drugs in that way.

Also after looking at the study more I found this somewhat important part: "direct comparison of the scores for tobacco and alcohol with those of other drugs is not possible since the fact that they are legal could affect their harms in various ways, especially through easier availability." Though the researchers go on to ignore their own advice many times.


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57694 No.13280   [Reply]
Would it be pathetic to go to a concert alone? I've never been to any before, but one band that I kind of like is coming to my city, and I want to hear a band playing live at least once in my life.
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>>13286
For me, the fun of concerts is hearing the music you're used to hearing in a different way. Overall I prefer just listening to recorded music, but live music is a very nice change of pace. Depending on the artist, they might also play unrecorded songs.

And I don't think it's pathetic to go to concerts alone. I always go to concerts alone.

>>13284
If you don't have anything to do that day, and it's not too expensive, why not just give it a try? It'll be a new experience, and if it really is just not for you, you can just not visit any other concerts after that. But if you have nothing to lose, why not give it a chance? You might end up liking it. I know I like concerts, despite usually not liking social events.
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>>13288
>If you don't have anything to do that day, and it's not too expensive, why not just give it a try?

This. OP, unless the ticket cost is going to hurt your wallet you will regret not going. They don't lock the doors when the music starts. Give it a shot. Concert experiences I've had alone have ranged from pretty good to awesome. Some of these were bands I knew but didn't really listen to. Even if you only like the band so much, it'll probably be really fun.

The fact that you made this thread means that you want to go. You will never know whether or not it's something you enjoy until you try it. Don't psych yourself out.
>> No.13292  
It's not pathetic. I prefer to go with friends, but in the long run, whether or not the night is fun is entirely up to you.
>> No.13395  
Go for it, man! You deserve it.
>> No.13396  
The only band (Cannibal Corpse) I've ever seen live I went by myself. I didn't have any friends who were into that sort of music and saw no reason to let that stop me. It didn't affect my enjoyment of it.


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407801 No.13359   [Reply]
New color scheme!
>> No.13361  
I love it.
>> No.13362  
Too bad it doesn't also have the hats.
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Pretty cool, but I don't like orange color.
>> No.13370  
Awesome.


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140263 No.13358   [Reply]
It feels awesome when you finally accomplish something after failing many times.
>> No.44907  
Great job anon!


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