Profile overview for Donbuster.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

79 submissions to technology

33 submissions to gaming

31 submissions to funny

21 submissions to ReportSpammers

20 submissions to ideasforvoat

This user has so far shared a total of 238 links, started a total of 103 discussions and submitted a total of 3949 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 3468 and downvoted 3386 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 7430 and downvoted 3870 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

Americans May Be Too Religious To Embrace Socialism - 538, submitted: 3/14/2016 2:18:56 AM, -5 points (+3|-8)

Such engaging conversation, submitted: 4/10/2016 9:31:03 PM, -3 points (+2|-5)

Advertising! (SlitherIO), submitted: 5/24/2016 10:20:05 PM, -2 points (+2|-4)

Seriously, valve? Yes, this is a game...., submitted: 12/12/2015 10:58:09 PM, -2 points (+2|-4)

Damn, that's sexy..., submitted: 12/1/2015 4:45:35 AM, -1 points (+3|-4)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Five States Are Considering Bills to Legalize the 'Right to Repair' Electronics submitted by FreeSpeachRocks to technology

Donbuster 0 points 65 points (+65|-0) ago

To be clear, its legal now, but right to repair bills do something very important- they protect that right. Companies, especially apple and john deere, are attempting to make unauthorized repair nearly impossible through software (for instance by making repairs not detected as approved brick the device or machinary), and then claim that bypassing the DRM is copyright infringement, and therefore illegal. TPP would have helped massively with this, by finally giving them the last piece of that puzzle, enshrining in law that, yes, the bypassing of DRM software is itself a crime even when done for legal purposes. Coincidentally, it also would have made such actions a criminal rather than civil offense.

Oculus DRM Kills Hack that Ports Games to Competing Headsets submitted by aztek to gaming

Donbuster 0 points 61 points (+61|-0) ago

Of course, as soon as Facebook got involved, you knew a userbase betrayal was in the works

ELI5: With illegal immigrants back in the news suing the state of Oregon for not giving them drivers licenses, please explain to me why illegals aren't arrested on the spot when applying for one. submitted by KingofKong to ELI5

Donbuster 4 points 48 points (+52|-4) ago

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

They do have rights, under the 14th amendment, since they are within the boundaries of the US.

3 lowest rated comments:

Gun Control for Dummies submitted by WaitingForHitler to politics

Donbuster 20 points -14 points (+6|-20) ago

Yup, its how dummies view gun control, looks about right

Man seen falling into Yellowstone geyser presumed dead, officials say | Fox News submitted by PlasmaDistortion to news

Donbuster 12 points -12 points (+0|-12) ago

The volcano isn't active (if it were, most of North America would be devoid of life thanks to ash and all sorts of climatic shit), but it is still geothermically energetic.

Account Deleted By User submitted by saverem to politics

Donbuster 14 points -11 points (+3|-14) ago

Indianapolis native here. Carrier employs 1400 people total. They will only be moving their manufacturing to mexico, for a loss of about 700 jobs across the state, still devastating, but that's primarily not in Indianapolis, its in Huntington, which makes it significantly less bad, since Huntington is enjoying a minor boom in manufacturing that will ensure that some of those workers are back in jobs quickly. Though again, it's not a good thing by any means, but largely overblown. The fallout from RFRA was far more devastating, salesforce moved a good number of jobs out of the state, as did other companies.