18 Jul 2013

113 comments:

  1. Nuff said....

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  2. You couldn't tuck this into a single image or a paragraph of text?

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  3. Heinrich D. Bag4 April 2014 at 21:26

    Tuck your opinion in your ass.

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  4. Opinion? What opinion?

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  5. Tuck your question in your ass

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  6. Damn beer gave me an ulcer, which cost $100K to fix! LOL

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  7. good god this is the best shout ever

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  8. Who buys 5$ beer if they drink 3 a day??

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  9. Did it make your dialup limp or something?

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  10. Who only drinks 3 beers a day?

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  11. scrolling down is such a burden... /wrists

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  12. the only problem with this is the woman doing math correctly

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  13. lol so pathetic, I wonder if I'll ever find an original post on the internet ever again

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  14. http://www.memecenter.com/fun/2830021/pot-suckers

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  15. the truth makes you so angry, lmao

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  16. I like that way he ^ found the need to clarify what everyone was saying.Good job.

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  17. My goat is better than yours.

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  18. All of you cram it up your asses. Ya bunch of yeasty douche slime.

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  19. It's in the pay difference of $0.77 for every dollar a man makes.

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  20. if your going to be a troll at least be creative

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  21. Just make something original then and stop waiting for someone to do so by whining on people's post

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  22. Robert Frapples22 April 2014 at 01:40

    Well, it's a given that you're not going to produce one, huh? "lol"

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  23. Very Nice! Women throw the money in other ways. :-)

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  24. The Great King Beleth23 April 2014 at 01:33

    Men are far more logical beings than women for the most part. We tend to not let feelings and emotion cloud our judgment, our accountability or our ability to reason.

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  25. Yeah, just shut it. You're way out of your element Marcus.

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  26. $15 buys a daamm good case of beer. Soooo, a case a day for 20 years, more pleasure than a Ferrari.

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  27. Women are the reason for drinking.

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  28. OMG, No truer words have ever been spoken!

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  29. Trevor Saniga6 May 2014 at 21:17

    *you're

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  31. Saw the exact same thing with cigarettes

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  32. secretly-a-canadian-fangirl16 May 2014 at 16:09

    Fuck off, you troll.

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  33. that only applies when you compare men who haven't graduated high school with women who haven't graduated high school (trades vs teen pregnancy should be obvious for that). When you look at educated individuals, the rates are much closer, high 80 cents per dollar a man makes.

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  34. I am a woman and would have told her to shut up. Also you don't have to pay for upkeep and other things for beer.

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  35. disqus_vsfyZeEepU26 May 2014 at 11:54

    or you could just stop wearing clothes and not eat.

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  36. Brandon Michael Hitch27 May 2014 at 09:46

    Shut up donny! you're out of your element!

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  37. This is a popular misconception. The truth is that only the
    brain-damaged can reason/decide completely free from emotion. In
    addition to several other decision-making declines, those who suffer
    from this impairment repeat their mistakes over and over. This is
    thought to be the case because they experience no negative emotions from the consequences of their poor decisions. Further, while it varies greatly across situations and individuals far more than across genders, experimental evidence suggests that women most often have the better judgement. Trolls: I'm waiting.

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  38. The Great King Beleth29 May 2014 at 13:39

    Says a woman.

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  39. The Great King Beleth29 May 2014 at 13:56

    Btw you are the troll, princess. Men "tend" to not let feelings and emotion cloud our judgment, our accountability or our ability to reason. Because our brains are developed for higher thinking and analytical process and reasoning. Why do you think we're paid more, do math better, excel in the the sciences, perform better under stress and are more likely to be picked for leadership roles and positions of authority? Don't say 'it's because we live in a patriarchal society' women outnumber men four two one. But anyway, women are far more emotional and that emotion clouds logic and reason and of course women are are more judgmental but that doesn't make better judgments. All of that is part of your developmental programming. Women attach emotion to everything. Men do not.

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  40. I like your profile pic! :) mushroomhead!

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  41. Don't believe everything you hear or read, especially from feminist organizations.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-gender-pay-gap-is-a-complete-myth/

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  42. Etienne Belley1 June 2014 at 03:07

    We'll my ex used to do math wrong, and it was never to good for my pockets. It is better to have one who can count. But I don't think it would be any different ;).

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  43. Etienne Belley1 June 2014 at 03:21

    Soon we'll need a masculiniste organization to defend the right of men, rights of women already surpasses those of men in north america.

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  44. Thanks, Troll Beleth! For being so brave.

    Not a woman, a psychologist. You should have access to my profile to confirm this. I know some of the answer to all the questions you have posed. For example, why are men paid more? There are many reasons, of course, but the biggest one today is women's relative lack of willingness to negotiate for higher wages. For answers to other questions, contact me privately.

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  45. Also, you seem to have been mislead in several factual areas. Where in the name of fuck did you hear that women outnumber men 4 to 1? That should have been a red flag. My guess is that you let your emotions get the best of you and either believed a dumb fact w/o questioning it, or just made that stat up bc you thought it would bolster your case. Thank you for proving my point.

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  46. The Great King Beleth17 June 2014 at 14:05

    As a psychologist you should knowingly agree that women are far more emotional than men and that emotion clouds judgement and reason. But apparently you got your degree from an online college course.

    The male brain experiences an acid flush about three months into gestation damaging the corpus callosum, or intermediary between the two hemispheres. Which is verifiable. This makes women more prone to bounce around between hemispheres, and men more prone to focus cognitive energy to areas of the brain consistently. Furthermore, the caudate nucleus, ventral
    tegmental area (VTA), limbic system, are shown to be up to three times larger and far more active in the female brain than in the male brain.
    The combined over influence from irrational, emotional centers of the brain together with the propensity to bounce around frenetically between hemispheres, leads to a less rational, more emotional product.

    And why would nature build women in such a manner? Because nature has designed women to be more emotionally prone for the (main) purpose of child rearing. Furthermore, the rapid oscillation between hemispheres allows them to parallel tasks in the home and now in business, i.e. taking care of children, domestic maintenance , maintaining interpersonal and business relationships, negotiating with others etc. Males on the other hand, have more inherent ability to focus. That combined with a heightened depth perception is what made us more adept for the hunter gatherer role.


    Men are far more focused and driven. Women are more nurturing and emotional. That is biology.

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  47. Check your math. A 2 to 1 ratio would be 66% blue and 33% red. 51% to 49% is as close as you can get to a 1 to 1 ratio in whole numbers before being there.

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  48. Do you have sources for those claims? I can guarantee you the left-brain vs right-brain line is a bunch of nonsense (for the most part). The corpus callosum is not bathed in 'acid' ever for any gender. Most neurotransmitters would be chemically classified as 'acids' but that's not the same thing as stomach or battery acid. Yes, there are many physiological differences between the brains of males and females. Deeper than you might think even. And yes, females are more prone to display emotion, especially of a certain variety. Men hide their emotions more. In this culture, humor and anger are about the only emotions that men are expected to display in common situations. None of that means that one gender is better than the other. Each is suited to specific purpose. Men, on average, will be able to lift more, more faster, jump higher, etc. No one questions that. Women have different talents and abilities.

    We're a little far afield here, but I think my original point was that no one, male or female, can function normally without emotional processing. Most of it happens underneath the surface. This is the source of intuition, for example. Or how you know you're in a bad neighborhood just by the feel of it, even though you might not be able to point out exactly why you know. The more we recognize our emotions, and deeper still our bodies' reactions, the better able we are to act upon that information. Women may be better in this are than men. I haven't delved that deep into that area of the research.

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  49. The Great King Beleth17 June 2014 at 23:00

    I wasn't referring to corrosives in the least. Oxytocin is a peptide of nine amino acids (a nonapeptide).
    At around 3 months gestation the male brain is introduced to
    several different female hormones and this hormone is one
    of them.. It affects male development in a lot of ways. It's the
    Oxytocin that affects social distance between adult males and females and a lot of other social constructs. It acts primarily as a neuro-modulator in the brain...
    We're not talking about left brain right brain mambo-jumbo or superiority
    hoohah.. We're talking about two similarly functioning brains with
    completely different wiring and modus operandi. It's all begins in the womb. We all start out females and then at around 3 months in the womb female becomes male.

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  50. Yeah, I think we agree on this point. So now that you've learned/recalled this, what are your thoughts on the emotional components of judgment, decision making, and cognition/thinking within males?

    This has been fun. Thanks for the exchange.

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  51. The Great King Beleth19 June 2014 at 21:58

    The majority of men withhold their feelings, but underlying emotions are always there. These emotions manifest themselves in other ways usually. To be true, I fully agree that these hidden emotions have some bearing on judgement, thought process and decision making in everyone. It's just that men are pretty much programmed genetically and environmentally to hide emotion, to "act like men". That is nothing new. It is a throwback to our primitive ancestry. You see? Primal man had to look passed emotion and press on for survival's sake.. We don't have to really go to those extremes now but it still exists because social constructs continue to define gender roles and genetics is genetics...

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  52. There's a lot more to unpack in what you said, but we're close enough to agreeing, so let's call it a win for both of us. Great talking with you, King Beleth.

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  53. The Great King Beleth20 June 2014 at 13:19

    The feeling is mutual.

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  54. You're all so mean...i hate that...let's do a group hug...

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  55. Naw, it needs to be that long. The punchline is funnier that way.

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  56. If I ever need a source for sub-par web content, I'll try and remember "newsforage".


    Thanks.

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  57. You all shut up.

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  58. It was called, "Unions."

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  59. "Beleth," the amalgamation of the Hebrew-Phoenician, "Daleth," and "Beth" so, "door," "house," or as a singular deity the, "One who guards the door to the house," but perhaps better historically rendered if the Phoenicio-Greco-Egyptian pronoun of, "Me," was added which signifies, "dark, black," and synonyms the traditional titular, "Moloch, Melek, Malak," as, "Mebeleth," becoming;

    "The Dark One Who Guards the Gate of Hell."

    Just a suggestion.

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  60. The Great King Beleth12 October 2014 at 05:49

    Beleth is also spelled Bilet, Bileth and Byleth; the mighty and terrible king of
    Hell, who has eighty-five legions of demons under command, rides a
    pale horse, and all kinds of music is heard before him. Beleth, the 13th out of the 72 demons listed in the Ars Goetia. He's called the King of Hell and like you said,
    "The Dark One Who Guards the Gate of Gehenna/Hell " No one, not even the lord
    of Hell, can enter or leave the pandemonium without Beleth's consent.

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  61. Yeah I read the Wiki too but what I am saying is his name is based on Hebrew-Phoenician roots and is better served with a Greek additive of, "Me," as in Moloch, Melek. It is the reasoning behind Shakespeare's, Macbeth naming.

    Vowels were interchangeable in ancient times used as inflective points of speech.

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  62. You know what, "Gehenna," contains two roots as well, "Ge," which stood for, "Earth," and "Hene," which means, "fiery."

    So the, "Fiery Earth." That was a nice choice. "Henna," is the Egyptian name for "red-headed, red-haired."

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  63. The Great King Beleth13 October 2014 at 10:39

    That is true. I was just sharing my own knowledge on the subject. What I shared with you didn't come from a wiki article. I got my knowledge directly from the source. I'm much into ancient religions, esoteric knowledge, word etymologies, demonology, mythology and ancient mysticism...among other things. I appreciate this conversation. Thank you for arousing my interests. :)

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  64. The Great King Beleth13 October 2014 at 10:47

    Here is a riddle: My real first name means "son of the south", "son of my right hand" or on some occasions "son of God's right hand."

    I also refer to myself .as benelohim.

    BTW Did you know that Beleth is the only rebel angel that didn't want to rebel against God? He is said to be the only one of the grigori /watchers/annunaki that can be redeemed and given back his place among the holy host.

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  65. The name Beleth implies the whole of the Archon or all the, "demons," of the, "house," of Hell. Beleth sounds like all the deities rolled into a single being that guards the gates much like Cerberus, Minotaur, Bes/Sphinx.

    In that sense he is Satan himself who can be redeemed and become part of God again as the Abraxas.

    I'll call you Benji for short. Elohim is plural according to Sumerian and Semitic roots.



    In Sumerian, "Annunaki," means, "Heaven and Earth," as a character it is pluralized representing the, "gods" of heaven and earth. Heaven and Earth were once a single entity under Sumerian cosmogony and Phoenician, Hebrew, Persian, Hindu, Norse and modern science.

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  66. "The Two Babylons," by Alexander Hislop

    "Magic Arts in Celtic Britain," by Lewis Spence

    www.bibliotecapleyades.net

    You might like these.

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  67. fake - a woman could never do math on the spot

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  68. Yeah you're not supposed to acknowledge your trolling. It reduces the effect.
    Signed, someone who deliberately irritates people by being obtuse.

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  69. The Great King Beleth16 October 2014 at 13:45

    I like you. :)

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  70. The Great King Beleth16 October 2014 at 13:46

    I have read The Two Babylons but not the other title. Thank you for suggesting it to me.

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  71. Yet they are not only, the reason, when one thinks so much about one's self that, one believes in his self as a measure against all the other noise....when that, "noise," is in fact, his, "true self."

    Think about it.

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  72. So you broke even.

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  74. I pay $5 for one beer and a tip.

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  75. no, i think she had to spend it on pads or tampons, or whatever else people use. I think all that stuff should be free... It's like we are punishing them for being women. That's fucked up

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  76. Because yeah, you are totally going to save 15$ a day if you don't drink.

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  77. everyone should drink beer

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  78. No.... No he actually lost 200k... cmon now keep up.

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  79. This made me moist.

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  80. heinrich seems an uptight little botch

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  82. Women have known this since the beginning of time. Men have such difficulty keeping up.

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  83. Yeah, I would have stopped listening to that woman after the third question.

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  84. $15 buys a case of natty ass if that's not a damn good case of beer I don't know what is

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  85. maybe if we got paid the same...

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  86. It could've easily been condensed into three lines, but I guess the author decided to spread it awkwardly across a handful of pictures for some mysterious reason.

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  87. epicccc this is just EPIC

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  88. except that penis thing...that clouds judgement quite a bit... Your misogynistic comment is grossly inaccurate.

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  89. the comments are better than the content heh

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  90. You missed the part where the woman took that 100 grand for some lawsuit.

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  91. you'll pay double that in Australia

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  92. tuck you asshole

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  93. Andreïev Visaronövich3 May 2015 at 00:20

    Brilliant!!!

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  94. *well not we'll

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  95. hahaha... very funny... nice one ...

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  96. Donald Jacques8 July 2015 at 11:39

    finally a post that makes sense

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  97. I enjoyed it, good job.

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