Recent posts by onlineidiot1994 on Kongregate

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Topic: Serious Discussion / The Types of crazy illegal things teenagers do

Walked on grass when there was a “do not walk on grass” sign.

Would’ve followed it if it said “please”.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / The origin of sexism - are men better than women?

Men have bigger dicks. Therefore men > women.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Whaling

I don’t have a problem with whaling as a principle, but only if it’s sustainable and environmentally regulated. So long as no species go extinct as a result (many species that whalers take aren’t endangered, though some are) there isn’t really an issue in my opinion.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / What benefits do you get out of being Satanist, that you can't get for being Christian?

Originally posted by wargamer1000:
Originally posted by onlineidiot1994:

Anyway, for those interested in Satanic sects, I’d like to defer you to the Yazidi religion. These hold that Satan/Lucifer is still one of the Archangels, and rejects the divinity of Jesus Christ/humankind on Earth.

It’s as if you’ve taken ISIS proclamations as first hand facts. But I think not, because the Yazidi sect has been falsely assumed to be worshipers of the judeo-christian and islamic Satan for centuries by mainstream monotheists. The Yazidi are somewhat Gnostic in belief, thus run along the lines of heresy for abrahamic-monotheistic faiths, but truthfully their worship of Satan was rather unique: He went down from the heavens, refusing God’s command, and wept from seeing all the evil of the world and from his tears he extinguished the fires of hell. He was one of the seven archangels left to mediate between God and Man.

So what you’re saying is that my overly boiled down version was right, I just didn’t spend enough time explaining Yazidi belief to everyone. Even then, the Yazidis aren’t the only Abrahamic sect that held that humankind wasn’t blessed by the divinity of God. There have been many Arian Christians in the past that have held those same beliefs.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / What benefits do you get out of being Satanist, that you can't get for being Christian?

Let’s make sure nobody feels welcome in SD. That’s the right way.

Anyway, for those interested in Satanic sects, I’d like to defer you to the Yazidi religion. These hold that Satan/Lucifer is still one of the Archangels, and rejects the divinity of Jesus Christ/humankind on Earth.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / What will happen when lab grown meat becomes cheaper than "natural" meat?

I honestly doubt that actual beef/chicken/pork are going to get replaced any time soon. Even with artificial meat becoming popular, it’ll be seen as a joke of a food item. I’m expecting artificial meat to be in league with canned/potted meat in terms of quality, and used about as much as tofu. It’ll be good for vegetarians and vegans who want to have ethical “meat” but for good old carnivores like me, I doubt that it will come close to the real thing. That being said, I hope that I wind up being wrong.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Questioning the Nature of Your Embodiment

I really just want to be a giant death robot. Can you set that up?

p.s. make me fission powered, I don’t want to have to rely on refueling in order to keep on keeping on.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / How Do You Feel About Collegiate Fraternities and Sororities?

Fraternities have a bad rep in the media, which tend to paint them as these organizations where all they do is drink and party. While this image isn’t 100% incorrect, it’s also not 100% correct either. As social organizations, they’re oriented towards drawing in people who like to, well, socialize. Now, there are also a lot of philanthropic pursuits that many such organizations pursue, but those are rarely the ones that are focused on in movies, entertainment, and social media. My question is, as far as your experiences with college social organizations, how do fraternities and sororities sit in your mind?

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Looks like this forum is dying

Look a worthless metadiscussion that does nothing to advance the forum or promote decent discussion. Sounds a whole lot like all the other metas that we have.

Oh, boy, we’ve also already started all the name calling and insults! I’m late to this party.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / The next President Clinton

Vote for Pedro.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / American Conservatism versus the world.

Originally posted by jhco50:

Of course it was Vika, quartering troops in private homes, confiscating weapons, raping women, etc had noting to add to it, right? Maybe you should read your history and stop picking just what you want out of it.

There was little to no rape on the part of British soldiers living in the colonies at that time (barring a few rare examples, which mostly were isolated cases). Confiscation of firearms didn’t begin until around the time of the Revolution, either. The majority of it was the fact that Continentals didn’t have a voice in parliament, and as such, they weren’t able to have any sense of freedom. In fact, the British government was pretty lenient towards the American Colonies, the Brits just didn’t give the option of political involvement.

As far as American Conservatism goes, the range of people involved is pretty far. Many say mind numbingly stupid shit when they attempt to argue politics, but some are actually worth talking to and hearing their arguments. The thing that bothers me is that those who are well read and make good points typically will emphasize their stance with a healthy dose of fear mongering and just plain bullshit just to give idiots a reason to follow them.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Transhumanism

Only if I can have a cyborg super arm that can blow up stuff will I support it.

Seriously, I would rather be half killbot than have some quirky augmented reality device.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Is the gender wage gap truly a result of discrimination?

So your argument, Zamnick, is that the reason there aren’t more women CEOs is because women aren’t interested in being CEOs or they’re too busy having babies

To be fair, taking someone on as a CEO or in general have upward mobility would require them to have a better resume than the competition. That’s simply difficult to achieve when there’s several months that you had to take maternity leave for, regardless of how well you perform. While the company may not directly look down upon someone maternity leave, it looks bad to promote someone who has done less than another person interested in that same position.

So really, a step toward closing the gap is that we need to either eliminate maternity leave or put in programs that allow fathers to take paternity leave as well.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Is the gender wage gap truly a result of discrimination?

I feel like median wage is a better metric than mean salary. That way the metrics used reflect the time put in, and it disregards the few that are on the extreme one way or the other. It would compare things much more fairly and reflect the way that the efforts are rewarded.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Are vaccines a gateway drug to heroin addiction?????

I’ve had so many vaccinations I don’t even know what’s real any more. I’m a vaccination addict, it’s ruining my life.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Is Gay Marriage OK from a Biblical Perspective?

I mean, if you follow Leviticus, no, but Leviticus also was the section of the Bible that outlined how to properly sacrifice a goat to God, so take that for what it is.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Theoretic Wonders: Man and Machine

Fuck the robots, let’s just pump embryos full of human growth hormone and create super humans.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Theoretic Wonders: Infinite power! Unlimited fun!

I would make a big-ass space utopia, made in a similar fashion to the likes of Halo or Ringworld.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Book Club 2015

I would humbly like to request the book Goodnight Moon. It’s quite the telling story of a boy and his hunt for peace in life. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in tranquility fiction.


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Topic: Off-topic / I just solved the universe!

this thread is shit and you smell like dookie

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Topic: Off-topic / If Kongregate Allowed Porn...

I’m not going to read through this entire thread; I’m only going to read the title of it.

The answer to that is that if they allowed porn, I’d probably come here more often.


Topic: Serious Discussion / Metadiscussion On "Serious Discussion": A Comprehensive Analysis of Its Components and Purpose

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Introduce Yourself

Hello, I’m Bill.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / US in the Middle East

What are your thoughts on US foreign policy in the middle east? This includes anything from the First Gulf War to support of militia organizations in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq.

Personally I think it’s a money pit. There’s plenty of other places to invest oil infrastructure in other than one of the most war torn regions on the planet.

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Topic: Serious Discussion / Why Are So Many of the Kids My Age so Immature?

Originally posted by Jantonaitis:

Conformity is a sign of maturity.

True as all hell.

Originally posted by DarkFungus:

I’m actually 14 but, so close to 15 that I count myself as it. I try to hang out with like minded people that I view as mature but, those people are few and far between.

Don’t worry about acting mature, you’re only 14. Enjoy your time at that age, experiment, make a few bad decisions, and learn from them. It’s not always a matter of whether or not you’ve done stupid shit as long as you’ve learned from it.

Most of the people around me are friends with people that aren’t even their real friends. Most of them just try to fit in and follow the crowd. They make inappropriate and stupid jokes all the time, get drunk, go to huge parties, and much more.

That’s probably just them trying to brag and sound cool. I went to a few “huge parties” when I was a freshman in high school, too. In hindsight it was like 15-20 people and we all only had 1 or 2 light beers each. Oh and if they talk themselves up for “doing drugs n’ shit” it probably means they smoked some ditch weed and got two pills of their ADHD friend’s adderall (for about three times market price, of course).

I’m not saying that I’m better then them for not wanting to do those things, I’m just saying that all of that doesn’t sound like fun to me. I know some people my age aren’t like this but I feel like the vast majority are. Any insight as to why these kids might act like this and why I don’t?

People want to sound bad ass, and house parties are fun times where you can get into all sorts of trouble. Take everything people say with a grain of salt; odds are they’re either extrapolating a lot or they’re outright full of shit. The reason you’re not acting like this is because you’re not full of shit at the moment, but you may want to be a little more open minded about that kind of stuff, so as not to alienate yourself from your peers.