“I am no man, I am dynamite.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche
Farris joined on Aug 19th, 2014, since that has made 930 posts that are still accessible today, 3 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Farris has given 1963 upvotes, and was last online on Mar 24th, 2020.
lol, this seems completely useless
Incest is bad. M'kay.
Get your own boiler, M'kay.
@mizlily What's the right amount of Hentai?
8.5/10 It's a classic, how can you not love it.
What about this pure badassery?
Have a great day everyone
You too, always nice having you around, and I hope you're doing well!
Going through this thread, a memory comes to mind. When i was more active on here, a straight forward and vocal islamophobe joined the chat and i hoped someone would care or say something against any of what he was saying, but nothing.
I'm unaware of the event you're refering to, but as long as there's no indication of him/her advocating violence against a group (or individuals) then I don't see the problem. If anything it's probably just an asshole who has some retarded opinions, or it's just a person whom you don't agree with in which case there shouldn't really be a problem at all.
unlike some of you who still think being an edgelord who doesn't value the lives of others is cool and ~logical unlike those silly compassionate human beings who have emotions.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but so far there's only one guy in this thread who could fit this "criterion"?
I think most of us in this thread agree that being compassionate is a natural part of being human. However, we don't seem to agree on what our response should be to this horrible event. Some of us disagree with the notion that one should make laws based on feelings rather than basing them on evidence. There are counter measures which are very much worth considering which do not entail making a new law.
tolerating intolerance either means you're not very bright, or just don't really care for the people hurt by said intolerance.
I'm unsure what it has to do with being bright rather than acting like a decent human being.
I'd say it depends a lot on the type of intolerance and the way people get "hurt" by this intolerance. When violence is in the picture, of course it's not acceptable, and the situation should be dealt with.