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Comment: Re:Department of Fairness can not be far behind (Score 1) 617

by geminidomino (#49140253) Attached to: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules

Citation needed... Oh that right, you can't, because we don't even know the rules they voted on!

They voted whether to classify ISPs as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. And they eschewed some of the restrictions, like TFA said, so if you want to know then GOOGLE THE FUCKING LAW. The new restrictions are a subset of that.

Christ, people just spew shit out and don't even bother TRYING to inform themselves.

Comment: Re:Be Careful What You Wish For (Score 3, Informative) 617

by geminidomino (#49140111) Attached to: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules

Your hatred of Comcast and fear of what it might do has lead to the biggest restrictions on freedom since the Patriot Act

Your sense of reality needs to be rebooted. "Might do?" They've been doing it openly, for a couple of years now, you twit. You're the one pissing your panties over imaginary "might do" and using bullshit conspiracy theorist "reasoning". Look up how much censorship power Title II gave over landlines, for starters.

Jesus Tapdancing Christ. You need your dosage upped.

Comment: Re:Why stay? (Score 1) 302

by geminidomino (#49138723) Attached to: Reddit Imposes Ban On Sexual Content Posted Without Permission

I wouldn't call it a "mass exodus." The most popular subverse is "News" with just over 3k subscribers, and there's obviously going to be people on both.

Which isn't to say that I hope it (or another site) doesn't succeed. This picture thing, in spite of all the headlines it's getting, is really a nothing in the ocean of dumbfuckery that's been going on at reddit for the past couple of years (The latest apparently being "gold-only" subreddits).

Comment: Re: Feminism HURTS families (Score 1) 126

by geminidomino (#49116801) Attached to: Inside the Business of Online Reputation Spin

The whole point of slapping - or other low-intensity violence - is to show the victim's very body is perpetrator's possession, to do with as they please. Please explain how describing this as ownership is hyperbolical?

You actually need to show that "the whole point of [low-intensity violence] is to show the victim's body is the perpetrator's possession" first. Once you manage to establish that as something other than bullshit, then I'll take the onus from there. Good luck.

Comment: Re: Feminism HURTS families (Score 1) 126

by geminidomino (#49112067) Attached to: Inside the Business of Online Reputation Spin

It's not a fight between equals, it's some douchebag asserting their power - their ownership - over someone else.

Other than the "ownership" hyperbole, you're right, regardless of the posterior plumbing of the douchebag.

Because you don't slap someone who might punch back, precisely because it does nothing but anger the target, but only someone who you think is incapable of fighting back either physically or even legally

Except the numbers show that, obviously, people do just that. And when a stronger target DOES hit back, the attacker takes more hurt than gives.

People engaging in such bullying absolutely should be made examples of, and deserve no one's sympathy when they are. Goddamn overgrown schoolyard bullies.

I used to agree with this just as vehemently as you seem to. When the bullies started coming up without a Y-chromosome, though, I'm sexist enough to content myself with discrediting them.

Comment: Re: Feminism HURTS families (Score 0) 126

by geminidomino (#49111011) Attached to: Inside the Business of Online Reputation Spin

If the Men's Rights people really want to help deal with issues like this one they need to do what feminists did and start a dialogue that isn't dominated by such extreme rhetoric and reactionary outbursts.

I disagree. It *is* an example of women wanting special treatment, and it is them getting it. Feminism (as opposed to feminists, who can't seem to agree on a damn thing) doesn't want to solve this issue, and MRAs certainly aren't interested in being told condescendingly to "sit down, shut up, and do what feminism tells you," as you're doing. Whatever the solution to the incongruity may be, I have a hard time believing feminism has anything to contribute to it, since its own flawed premises created the problem in the first place.

I'm not even an MRA, just a guy who feels about "bullshit" the way you say feminists feel about "sexism."

Time to take stock. Go home with some office supplies.

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