Location: Colorado Springs (before you ask, no I don't smoke weed)
Joined Jul 12, 2012 at 12:07AM EDT
I love this song, so I thought I’d share it with you.
There’s really not much to say about me.
First the Chilidog addiction, now this.
“ECH”. Must be a Greek thing. (Jon is Greek, right?)
I was expecting a more dramatic reaction but I guess they’re already chill as it was.
Old people can be pretty cool.
The love of money is the root of all evil.
No, thankfully you didn’t and for the record I never said MLP was “the only good cartoon show”.
I haven’t even watched the show for the last couple of months anyways.
Godwin’s law, bro.
That’s actually a really neat texture. If I could, I’d get a wetsuit and coat parts of it in this.
Add some Armour, grab a weapon and you’re some kind of superhero.
The cheeseburger apocalypse didn’t go as planned.
This isn’t unusual for campers to make. It lets you cook easier because all the heat is directed to a single place and you can rest your pan on the flat of the log.
I think I saw this in a hentai once.
Ten Inch Hero
I’m surprised nobody went with Big yet but I guess it’s too easy.
If my soda crashes, does it go flat?
I’m looking for a Star Trek joke but not coming up with anything.
How to LNI.
That girl on the right looks like she’s enjoying her fetish.
When OCs go terribly terribly wrong.
This was disturbing on several levels.
As I see it, the Civil War was about more than just keeping the right to own slaves.
Without turning this into a wall of text, I’ll try to explain.
1. Several northern states sold slaves to the south when they became more industrial and made uses of things like the cotton gin rather than using slaves. Given enough time, the south probably would have adapted the same technology because of it’s greater efficiency.
The South couldn’t change overnight but unfortunately, the North didn’t have the patience to wait for the change and as a result, a terrible war was started.
2. Northern states imposed greater taxes on it’s citizens. Southern states were poorer and a drastic change to the economy would have been terrible for them and potentially cause bankruptcy for farmers who didn’t make much to begin with.
3. Northern and Southern states simply had different ideas about what they wanted to be.
The Northern states were part of a Union that happily accepted new states with the premise that they conform to certain rules/ideals; IE, no slavery as well as others. Lincoln wanted a unified country and since the South didn’t like being shoehorned into Northern ideals, they fought instead.
tl;dr: While it’s true the flag did represent the south’s will to hold slaves, the war was about far more than just slaves and unfortunately, that’s frequently glazed over in history books.
>Browsing through random stuff because I can
>See an interesting preview of a post
>Click on it
>Realize It’s a ‘Check your privilege’ post with dozens of SJW tags
>Shield my disgusting misogynist eyes while trying to tap alt+F4
>Manage to close the page
>Thought I was safe
>Couple of months later become ill
>Self diagnose myself and discover a cancerous tumor in my brain
>Discover the tumor came from a carcinogen
>Trace it back a couple of months to the fateful day I clicked on that post
>The carcinogen came directly from the cancerous post
>Try /b/ therapy but it’s too late
>Die knowing I should have blacklisted Tumblr
More like Cancer Network as of recent but I remember a few good shows when I was little.
I wish people wouldn’t associate the Confederate flag with racism.
Slave owners lived in the south but that doesn’t mean the south was racist.
Nuke sentries erry’day.