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#196 Stabby talks class balance in TF2 General Discussion
smakersThis is just a silly argument as nobody will ever change sides, but hey, it's fun, right? :P

It's not fun when one side posts an unintelligent, arrogant prescriptivist argument with unsubstantiated claims.

posted about 2 years ago
Kaneconice shitpost


posted about 2 years ago

uneducated guy states century-old platitudes in order to manipulate his uneducated fans into giving him views and thus feeding his ad revenue stream

posted about 2 years ago
GentlemanJonKanecoHonestly most religions are fuckin stupid and probably the single major source of violence in the world because they can as easily work for the good as they can corrupt and extremize the minds of the weak, a world without religion would be a better world.You really don't have to think hard to come up with some secularly driven massacres that have happened in the last 100 years, and the suffering caused by them dwarfs anything that has gone before or since. Religion is simply a symptom of the same disease - being human, and the human desire of some to exert power over others.

There's nothing that's been done in the name of religion that hasn't also been done in the name of "scientifically proven" racial superiority, historical destiny, or a social system, but they all boil down to the same thing. Religion has been outlawed before and it hasn't stopped millions dying. It's a simplistic platitude.

I'm not entirely disagreeing with you, and the issues you've brought up are certainly relevant as well, but blaming some vague detached concept like Human Nature is platitudinous itself, and doesn't lend itself well to actually solving problems because it's an extremely negative and fatalistic stance to take. The person you replied to is obv. being very dramatic but is making a valid point: there are readily identifiable problems caused by organized religious institutions which outweigh the pros (edification via reading scripture, relief from death anxiety and the Human Condition in general, etc.), and dismantling these institutions offers a net benefit.

posted about 3 years ago
#228 How did you come up with your name in Off Topic

my first online alias was lifeisanightmare2344

posted about 3 years ago
#5 How to Join a Competitive? in TF2 General Discussion


"Join and be PRO!
as a administator..i Myx will teach and guide you how to be a good and professional player..ill teach newbies how to extingiush teamates,rocket jumps and many more!! so join this and your live will be happy as a bowl of catnips"

posted about 3 years ago
#67 do you play games with lights on or off? in Off Topic

keeping the lights off helps hide the piss bottles

posted about 3 years ago
#43 Your summer moments in Off Topic

found out how fucking ridiculously hot seattle gets during the summer. what made it worse is that people around here think it's okay to not own a/c units (the vast majority of places don't have it). made me wish i had moved somewhere cooler.

posted about 3 years ago
#98 So I went onto UGC today...... in TF2 General Discussion

dw he'll reinstall and be on another iron team in a week or so

posted about 3 years ago
#194 Emotional Experiences in Off Topic


posted about 3 years ago
#147 huntsman giveaway in CSGO General Discussion


posted about 3 years ago
#35 Hater Callout Thread (OFFICIAL) in The Dumpster

"Ah, such flights of fancy set my bosom aflame..."

posted about 3 years ago
#98 Anime to watch over the summer in Music, Movies, TV
Quertcontrary to popular belief, all forms of entertainment are objectively quantified by setting standards reasonably fundamented on non-arbitrary attributes that constitutes the form of art in regard

and to be clear, objective values lies outside of one's perception of belief.

and then you might ask, how can art, which needs individual perception and it involves the connection with one's feelings, and therefore, subjectivism, be objectively measured?

by the zeitgeist theory, once aesthetic choices are accepted, the value of the work of art is determined by its capacity to transcend the limits of its chosen medium to strike some universal chord by the rarity of the skill of the artist or in its accurate reflection.

and by that, i mean something logical, fundamented not on distorted visions of ignorant subjectivism, but to a certain degree, a reasonably structured characteristic
there are a few examples of animes that can be deemed objectively good, by traits which are too long and complex for me to resume
for one to have the required sense of notion to perceive the objectively good traits you have to abide by to objectivism to understand quality distinction

"all forms of entertainment are objectively quantified by setting standards"
"setting standards"

"objective values lie outside of one's perception of belief."

To "set standards" as you've put it is to write a placeholder methodology in place of a potential framework of good aesthetic which exists in art a priori (which may not exist since people are incapable of Objective perception).

Your thesis ("once aesthetic choices are accepted...") is seriously flawed in that a system of understanding and interpreting good aesthetic predicated on the idea of Objective fundamentals is simultaneously based on a choice considered un-Objective. You don't "choose" objective fundamentals.

Also, you actually use phrases like "forms of entertainment" when introducing your idea of objectively good art when being entertaining will definitely never be a way to point out a good work (Empire (1969)).

"distorted visions of ignorant subjectivism"


posted about 3 years ago
#11 The Simple Habits of Mentally Tough People in Off Topic

The author of the essay is literally incapable of avoiding cliches. Pretty poorly written.

posted about 3 years ago
#11 Hip-Hop History Orchestrated in Music, Movies, TV
kevloljkI like hip hop but I did not like this. It veers very close to crossing the line from celebration to parody.
it definitely isnt as bad as those white people who do acoustic covers of rap songs and the comments are full of "MAN IF RAP SOUNDED LIKE THIS... MAN........."


tell me this shit isn't on point

posted about 3 years ago
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