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  1. k. we're done here, I guess (locked at OP's request)
  2. ATTENTION: When this thread reopens, please refrain from insulting other users or making inflammatory remarks. They will not be tolerated after this point. Consider this a final warning and violators will be given infractions.
  3. Why I'm misanthropic and why I hate hunters.

    I'm so disappointed that this isn't true
  4. Why I'm misanthropic and why I hate hunters.

    I really don't think it is. I've seen maybe one or two topics on hunting and even then most people are pretty indifferent to it unless someone's hunting endangered animals
  5. Why I'm misanthropic and why I hate hunters.

    Oh I knew that already, but this is taking it to a whole new level
  6. Why I'm misanthropic and why I hate hunters.

    I hate hunters because sometimes they accidentally leave their pet's growl on and it aggros the raid boss You: I just wish people would understand that misanthropes aren't horrible people :((( Also you: I find joy in people dying ???????????????????????????????????
  7. Discourse of the Patriots

    I thought this was going to be about football..
  8. Thoughts on Charlottesville and neo-nazis

    Let's keep the shitposting and namecalling to a minimum, thanks
  9. Anyone like fatfurs? If so, why?

    Correcting grammar on a furry forum? What a nerd :v
  10. Anyone like fatfurs? If so, why?

    Fat bears tho
  11. I thought it would be fun if I posted in this thread about fun thoughts
  12. Thoughts on Charlottesville and neo-nazis

    But not really? These people were actively terrorizing others. At what point would it have been acceptable for the other side to step in and fight back? When they actually killed a bystander? When they destroyed someone's property? It's an important consideration, but it's equally as important to consider why this person or group is acting violently. Haha no. People who believe people like me should be exterminated for simply existing shouldn't be allowed a platform. Period. Yeah it does though. By allowing them to have a platform you're at least validating them in that they have a right to publicly express their opinions. You may not necessarily agree with them, but you're at least passive enough that you're allowing them a space. No one is saying that punching a person automatically equates to being anti-racism, but painting the situation with a broad brush because of violence only helps the oppressors, not the victims.
  13. Thoughts on Charlottesville and neo-nazis

    It has everything to do with how we educate about these things. We were taught that Nazism/fascism basically stopped with WWII and the Holocaust and that the only true remnants are just random skinheads you see on occasion. Honestly the only reason I knew that Antifa wasn't just something Americans made up to fight the alt-right was because I saw people using "antifaschistische" symbols. Mallet, I know that this is all tongue in cheek, but it still gave me an aneurysm :v
  14. Thoughts on Charlottesville and neo-nazis

    Question: How would who threw the first punch change the situation? One side was still pro-ethnic cleansing, the other was not. Antifa's been around for way longer than the alt-right actually. There's no middle ground because there's not any reasonable compromise to anti-racism, etc. vs. white supremacy at all. It's either you don't support this at all (which any sane, normal person would) or you at least validate the white supremacists in their thinking because "one side has also done something bad". And honestly? People shouldn't have to compromise with the people that would literally murder them without hesitation if Jim Crow was a thing They literally came in with torches and guns, terrorized a black church, tried to destroy an urban development site (but got lost), and drove a car through a group of peaceful protestors and killed someone. What part of that screams civil exactly? Vigilante justice is pretty extreme sure, but comparing punching a neo-Nazi to beating up black people is pretty stupid. At least the neo-Nazis can just stop being neo-Nazis more like struggling
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