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Comment: rape culture? (Score 0, Flamebait) 1198

by Killall -9 Bash (#47111667) Attached to: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds
Rape culture?
Here's what rape culture is: women are many times more likely to get raped by someone they know, but they want to blame ALL MEN. That's your fucking "rape culture".

Nerds are the bad guys now? LOL! Give me a break.

Yes, there is much misogyny in nerd culture, and I am proud of it. Women have in the past, and CONTINUE to reject *authentic* nerds, and we are RIGHTLY angry about this.

I point out nerd authenticity, as there seems to be some confusion as to whether or not nerds are sexy now. They are not. What you think is nerd sexyness is hipster faggotry. Leonard on TBBT doesn't dress nerd, he dresses hipster.

Nerd culture is male, and to pretend geek girls actually exist is silly. Sure, you see chicks at conventions; Damaged girls looking for attention and/or whores trying to get their hands into your geeky wallet.

*REAL* geek girls only exist if you modify the meaning of the word. Is someone obsessed with Korean soap operas a geek? Is a polyglot a geek? Is someone obsessed with knitting a geek? No, no, and GOD NO.

Comment: Re:A fifth horseman (Score 1) 449

What's your interpretation? Bloodshed and violence over politics are things that only happen in countries besides USA? That this quote couldn't possibly apply to the land we live in because our government isn't tyranical?

I'm sure people told "TJ" the same things when he wrote it.

Comment: Re:A fifth horseman (Score 1) 449

His "troops" that is, people who think the likes of McVeigh, Stack, and Heemeyer as heroes probably doesn't need any more reason to rally. Most normal law-abiding citizens aren't going to rally behind the banner of McVeigh. He should have played the game and named a couple random founding fathers. Now he's allied himself with only those who find murdering innocent people a valid way to change the federal government (worked well didn't it?). I don't see him gaining much support.

McVeigh is the Oswald of our generation. A below-average special forces wanna-be who got duped into thinking he was being the hero, when in fact, he was getting setup to be the patsy for something horrible.

Weev putting McVeigh on a pedastal for being anti-government proves that he's out of jail because he made a deal and switched sides.

Comming soon: a new white-hat collective founded and lead by Weev, and staffed by future federal prison inmates.

Comment: Re: Sure, I guess I agree (Score 2) 261

In the old days, people who played at war died on the battlefield. That was a good thing, because we're better off with such men dead. The problem with modern warfare is that they come home alive. In an ideal war, both sides slaughter each other and the last man standing dies of his wounds before he makes it home.

When was that exactly? I watch a lot of history channel, and history is mostly filled with kings and generals standing BEHIND the lines of poor people with pointy sticks.

Comment: Re:Same tricks played in UK (Score 1) 199

by Killall -9 Bash (#46851247) Attached to: Google May Be $1 Billion Behind In Tax Payments To France

Why shouldn't they use "tricks" to avoid evil behavior by various governments. Google owes France $1 billion!? Really? For what? For creating jobs in France and for benefiting French people through its free products for which the French government has not contributed 1 cent?

You could make the same argument about any tax levied by any government anywhere.

Comment: Re:This shit is already polluting the SF Bay Area (Score 4, Informative) 253

by Killall -9 Bash (#46405399) Attached to: Comcast Turning Chicago Homes Into Xfinity Hotspots
Same in Philadelphia for at least as long. Took multiple calls to tech to get someone on the phone who even knew what the fuck I was talking about. First two phone calls, the techs pretended(?) to not know what I was talking about. So, hang up and try again. Tech support roulette is fun!

During 3rd call to comcast tech support, I was told this was an "Xfinity wifi"-specific issue, and I'd need to call a separate number.

So, I called the dedicated Xfinity WiFi tech support number. They started by asking me what location I was trying to connect from. Home? Oh, well then, you need to call the home internet support number. 1-800-COMCAST. Wow. Thanks.

It wasn't until the 5th phone call that I got someone on the phone who knew what I was talking about, and they transferred me to a higher-tier tech who could turn off the hotspot.

Comment: Re:Color me Shocked! (Score 2) 157

by Killall -9 Bash (#46308041) Attached to: Safety Measures Fail To Stop Fukushima Plant Leaks

Yes and still with the newly disclosed leak they are still fucking right! You still will get more radiation flying coast to coast, from xrays, and from radium watches your father kept in a box than from Fukushima Take your anti-nuclear alarmist bullshit and shove it up your ass, you luddite!

Grandpa's pocketwatch, flying coast to coast, and x-rays at the dentist are external radiation sources. They aren't in your food. They aren't tiny particles in the air or water you can drink or inhale.

Don't hit the keys so hard, it hurts.