INmySTRATEjaket | 432 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:40:02
I remember thinking the same thing. I was with some friends watching this and we were just like, "Holy fuck he's collected a lot of children."
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:25:08
Still better than an Oligarchy. Though not by much...
INmySTRATEjaket | 10-1 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:24:17
SOPA didn't pass and CISPA not only is stalling in the Senate but literally nowhere in it is there anything that infringes on private citizens or personal civil liberties.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:10:51
Usually your bald friend gets hurt and/or dies.
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:10:02
I am actually currently assembling a team, and we're going to construct 7 dragon balls and host a prize of one million dollars to the winner, but it will be a charity sort of deal where profit generated will go to the charity of the winner(s)' choice. Our design is still being worked on though for the dragon balls so that we may know that they aren't forgeries. (It's still very early on in design.)
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:05:37
In general, I've grown very tired of these. That being sad, I laughed incredibly hard at his excitement in the second picture.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:04:15
Things like this are why my school installed carpets. T.T
INmySTRATEjaket | 121110 Points | Submitted 2013-04-26 04:03:14
Commander in Boss
INmySTRATEjaket | 0-1-2 Points | Submitted 2013-04-24 09:29:56
I'm against math illiteracy perhaps more than even this person, but we can't behave like this. Education should not come at the cost of civility.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-24 09:27:33
Really? An Onix in grass? Get your shit together, internet.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-24 09:26:12
People just see internet regulation laws and assume its the stripping of our rights. This comic is inaccurate. Private companies can choose not to participate. And all the information they'd gather is simply information we choose to hand over to websites. The information would be given in giant blocks of easily, publicly accessible material and not tailored to the investigation of individuals. It's literally an act to help companies with their security because the federal government has become aware of how vital private information is on publicly-traded websites. If you don't like it, you can simply stop using Facebook and such. The truth is, the internet is in its Wild West phase. The change is going to come, but we're all too afraid to adapt. The people who speak out the loudest against these things are those who haven't read the actual bills or those that like to call people "niggers" and "faggots" anonymously.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-24 09:12:48 (Edited)
I don't think people really understand exactly what CISPA does... It doesn't remove anything from the internet, all it does is allow private services we use to share the information we pretty much voluntarily put out there for the sake of cyber security. Plus, it only passed in the House. The Senate hasn't done much about it yet, and Obama has made it pretty clear that he'll veto most things he thinks would deter the average internet experience. Personally, I don't see a problem with CISPA. There are certain things I don't put out on the internet specifically for this reason. Besides, it's only a slight extension of things private services, such as Google and Facebook, already do.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-23 04:02:10
I forgot about Top of the Heap.
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-04-22 03:39:21
For anyone interested in the neat trivia behind this, it's Matt LeBlanc, more famously known as Joey from Friends (which is returning to NBC for a reunion season). LeBlanc appeared as a guest on an episode of Married With Children, as shown above, well before he was cast on the NBC hit.
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-04-22 03:32:31
She was in Joss Whedon's "Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog" with Nathan Fillion and Neil Patrick Harris. Phenomenal flick.
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-04-05 03:08:54
The edit made me lol so hard.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-04-02 04:36:31
Seriously though, his injury is my wallpaper on my laptop now.
INmySTRATEjaket | 765 Points | Submitted 2013-04-02 04:34:39 (Edited)
He broke his Tibia and Fibula. The recovery time for something of that nature is astronomical. His career may not be done, but he's looking at a strong chance of losing his scholarship if he can't get ready by the start of next preseason. And no, it doesn't happen all the time. It's not a "common sports injury". You've selected very obscure examples. Clint only survived because he had a Vietnam war medic as his trainer who new to reach into the wound and pinch the artery. Fuck, even Peyton Manning returning to football was a goddamned miracle. He is the first NFL player in history to return after having those particular vertebrae fused. The closest thing to this happening in recent memory was Joe Theismann breaking his leg in '85, and even he said it was hard for him to return, and his career didn't depend on absolute, 100% functionality from his leg like Kevin Ware needs.
INmySTRATEjaket | 210 Points | Submitted 2013-03-31 22:21:02
It looks remarkably like an AR from Halo.
INmySTRATEjaket | 321 Points | Submitted 2013-03-31 17:03:32
The bunny thing for Easter was an accident. Some girl ran outside to find her easter eggs in Austria and saw a rabbit messing with one, and it got blown up to huge proportions because she thought the rabbit left the eggs.
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