This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
156 submissions to Australia
107 submissions to interestingasfuck
73 submissions to Worldnews
41 submissions to TIL
21 submissions to Bicycling
This user has so far shared a total of 435 links, started a total of 14 discussions and submitted a total of 1778 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 621 and downvoted 0 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 1613 and downvoted 1 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
"anyone who has got a scrotum stands no chance of being hired by the corporation [BBC]" Jeremy Clarkson, submitted: 1/8/2019 9:47:50 AM, 124 points (+125|-1)
Men who can do more than 40 push-ups have 96 per cent lower risk of heart disease, submitted: 2/16/2019 11:47:09 AM, 110 points (+111|-1)
Women are joining the far right, submitted: 1/24/2019 12:04:26 PM, 78 points (+80|-2)
China's super trawlers are stripping the ocean bare as its hunger for seafood grows, submitted: 9/29/2018 11:39:29 PM, 75 points (+75|-0)
Its victim-blaming: Lauren Southern tour organiser refuses to pay $68,000 bill from Victoria Police, submitted: 8/27/2018 7:30:23 AM, 39 points (+39|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Should Stormy Daniels be made an Honorary Goat given she's apologised for body shaming Donald?, submitted: 10/8/2018 2:34:08 AM, -18 points (+1|-19)
Cars are killing us. Within 10 years, we must phase them out, submitted: 3/7/2019 9:37:35 AM, -6 points (+4|-10)
TIL JAPAN is facing a national catastrophe, simply because young people arent having sex, submitted: 9/27/2018 9:37:11 AM, -5 points (+1|-6)
TIL about the "floss bikini", submitted: 9/17/2018 10:56:42 AM, -5 points (+4|-9)
Time to compromise on Australia's cruel asylum seeker policy - Robert Manne, submitted: 9/23/2018 10:48:05 AM, -4 points (+1|-5)
3 highest rated comments:
PaulNeriAustralia 0 points 41 points 41 points (+41|-0) ago
I'm gunna tell a tale that induced fat-hating in me from a very early age (8). I got to church early and sat at the end of a pew. Two enormous fat women shuffled in after the service began and sat beside me. At a part of the service where the congregation stands, I stood up but the fatties didn't, and when I went to sit down...there was no space, the fat woman next to me had expanded, so I stood there horribly embarrassed sticking out like a sore thumb while everyone else was seated and the fat bitch showed absolutely not the slightest concern at my predicament. Rot in hell, fatties!
PaulNeriAustralia 1 points 38 points 39 points (+39|-1) ago
I suggest Voat caters for angry people. People who are justifiably angry when they see the unfairness associated with living in a Progressive-dominated society. The unfair advantages assumed by females (rules are for men); Government with a monopoly on force which won't let citizens adequately defend themselves or their homes and yet Government falls over itself to let ratbags back onto the streets as quickly as it can e.g. via parole; the notion of multiculturalism which divides a society and weakens it; the embrace of inappropriate migrants at the expense of the safety of host citizens. And the list goes on but the nice, sweet middle-class boys and girls of Reddit don't want to see reality and its manifest ugliness; they want to believe in a reality of Utopia which they will continue to believe in even as our cities burn.
PaulNeriAustralia 0 points 31 points 31 points (+31|-0) ago
I think Piers is right: “I think you’re trapped in a hellish spiral of self-delusion in which your soaring fame and fortune is entirely dependent on you remaining morbidly obese”. Possibly what's going through the unfortunate woman's mind is that the only thing worse than unflattering attention is no attention at all!
3 lowest rated comments:
PaulNeriAustralia 9 points -7 points 2 points (+2|-9) ago
mmmm. 2018 was Australia's (at least) third hottest year on record. Adults weren't coping with the heat let alone kids.
"A young boy has suffered horrific second- and third-degree burns to his feet after walking on a scorching pavement"
PaulNeriAustralia 11 points -7 points 4 points (+4|-11) ago
I'm grappling with the ethics of this. What would I have done if not overcome with FPH? I suggest there's a level of acceptable abuse of an employer's property. For example, I bet I've used up more than $4.50 worth of my employer's paper/ink/computer facilities doing private work and I'd be PO if a colleague dobbed me in. I guess it's all a matter of degree. I'd only dob in a colleague if the abuse was egregious. And when it came to the employer handing down a sanction, I think everyone should be given a second chance except where the abuse was serious. So...FPH aside, I'm not sure if you made the right call in the eyes of millions of your fellow workers? Could have a vote, I guess?