1/3 have no problem with people shooting each other???
1/3 is ambitious, considering how many people support stricter gun laws: http://time.com/5167216/americans-gun-control-support-poll-2018/
However, the remaining people would love the chance to shoot someone themselves, so yes, have no problem with people shooting each other.
Yes, a university poll said, some Americans want stricter gun control. Talk about a super small and specific type of sample set.
...You know Quinnipiac is a major polling entity, has a conservative bias, and that the results came back 66% in favor of more stringent gun control laws, right?
But sure, "a university poll" and "some Americans".
People here get upset over god damn anything. There are only a few things in life that are worth this emotional energy. Getting mad at fan girls really isn’t one of them ffs. channel your inner zenyatta.
I don’t register this kinda stuff until reddit starts nonstop bitching about it (woo guy). I figure let the fans have their fun. I don’t give a shit.
Unfortunate that loud noises in an arena gets people angry. lower the volume if it’s that bad
I completely agree. I can't count the amount of times I've watched an NFL game and there's been a very similar enthusiastic screamer that keeps getting picked up by the broadcast mics. Happens all the damn time, and the reddit game threads spend a couple minutes of people freaking out "omg did you hear that", and then the world moves on because it's not a big deal.
Yeah, I figured view will be limited. All the Stars games I've ever gone to have been in the nose bleeds so I've had a great view of the game. For this price, I will sacrifice view for being so close to the players which would be a crap load with the Dallas Stars. Right behind the bench is going for $36 each so may do that too.
I sat right behind the bench earlier this year, and yeah it was super cool for watching the coaches and line changes. Glass seats are pricy, but man, if you get a good spot near a corner where lots of board play happens, your hands will hurt by the end of the game from all the pounding you'll do. Super fun.
I just called them. They reserved the seats for me and will call me to pay if game 6 occurs. And at a discounted price.
Got 3 seats right behind the bench, almost dead center of the Stars side. Woop!
Nice! Hope you enjoy the game, though part of me hopes there isn't a game 6. ;) I'll be there in 119!
No, corporations like Google, Netflix, and Conde Nast benefit from it. That's why they were shilling so hard here.
You know that just because some large corporations benefit from something doesn't inherently make it evil, right? Especially considering other large corporations benefit from it going away, and those are the ones in charge of what you have access to on the internet.
You know that just because some large corporations benefit from something doesn't inherently make it evil, right?
I didn't say it did.
Especially considering other large corporations benefit from it going away, and those are the ones in charge of what you have access to on the internet.
No, they control the pipes. The pro-Net Neutrality companies control the content.
Do... do you not understand what you just said? Those companies control some of the content. The "pipes" as you put it control what content gets to you.
You're either sadly and grossly misinformed, or not acting in good faith. I'll place my bets.
Lmao, someone's past invalidates them? I admittedly have posted there, too, but I think that shouldn't disqualify their opinions.
I understand if you decide that my opinion is also "garbage" due to my history, but that's okay. We live in the West where that's okay.
"Someone's past"? As recently as an hour ago. Hell, just 11 minutes ago as of this comment he's spouting off his "commies" this and "cucks" that.
I'm not defending the other person's reaction, but to say this guy's "past" is being used to invalidate him is some bush league spin.
I was always partial to JJ Watt's pick 6 in the 2012 playoffs against the Bengals
Second this one. I've never heard the house that loud.
What does that have to do with the cost of tea in china? You provide a completely different context.
FROM THE CONTEXT OF THE POST, OP is referring to all white people, which is also backed up by reductionist grammar. It appears you're trying to argue that it doesn't count because OP isn't white?
EDIT: Sidenote: you just proved my argument since you just referred to all white people.
The OP never used any form of "black people do ____", but that didn't stop you from trying to make some bullshit grammar comparison. All I did was answer your question of:
In what context can you just say "white people do ____" that does not inherently imply that all white people do something?
Seriously white people use the police as a tool to remove black people from their areas.
This might not be conscious. Maybe they really think the person is homeless or loitering or whatever, but the fact at the heart of the matter is they don’t think black people belong in their space and they “know” that police will remove them.
Of course you can talk about a group of people without referring to every member in the group. But your bullshit sentence didn't fit the form of OP's original comment. If you applied those critical thinking and reading comprehension skills you just mentioned, you'd understand that you just proved my argument for me at best, or made a disingenuous argument at worst.
So maybe try again?
Finish the sentence without referring to the entire group
But your bullshit sentence didn't fit the form of OP's original comment.
No, but it did fit YOUR comment, which is what I was replying to. How you got there is another question entirely.