Profile overview for hyperoperation.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

55 submissions to askgoat

39 submissions to inanedrivel

32 submissions to politics

26 submissions to whatever

22 submissions to SoapboxBanhammer

This user has so far shared a total of 101 links, started a total of 163 discussions and submitted a total of 2468 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 2118 and downvoted 163 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 4044 and downvoted 325 comments.

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75% of social psychology experiments and 50% of cognitive studies cannot be replicated submitted by TheJubJubBird to news

hyperoperation 0 points 83 points (+83|-0) ago

I took a few social psychology courses and I have to say what passes as publishable is embarrassing. It seems like a lot of researchers out there have no concept of what a control group is, don't understand the difference between correlation and causation and spend very little time thinking about alternative simpler explanations for the trends they are seeing.

Illinois giving out IOU's for winning the Lottery due to fiscal meltdown. submitted by brody9311 to news

hyperoperation 0 points 72 points (+72|-0) ago

“You know what’s funny? If we owed the state money, they’d come take it and they don’t care whether we have a roof over our head,” said $250,000 prize winner Susan Rick to the Chicago Tribune. “Our budget wouldn’t be a factor. You can’t say (to the state), ‘Can you wait until I get my budget under control?'”

This sums up the many problems with how the government does business.

'Suicides' over Ashley Madison hack submitted by turtlesarepureevil to technology

hyperoperation 9 points 71 points (+80|-9) ago

I feel like if you commit suicide over this you were already riding the edge. If it wasn't this event it probably would have been something else. The hackers are no more responsible for the deaths than a manager at a company is when someone he/she lays off takes their own life. Obviously they broke the law and if caught should face all the penalty associated with hacking, stealing information, blackmail etc. I just think its excessive to pin the deaths on them as well.

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Bernie Sanders surges ahead of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, now leads 44% to 37% submitted by miistahmojo to news

hyperoperation 10 points -9 points (+1|-10) ago

In all likelihood I think it's going to be Hillary vs Jeb. I have to vote Hillary because I have a $200 dollar bet she is going to be the next president. If she borrows the Obama style campaign/fundraising machine I don't think anyone can beat her. If it weren't for the bet though I would probably vote third party.

Clinton: Trump is offensive to women but so is Rubio and the rest of the GOP field submitted by allenlee to politics

hyperoperation 8 points -8 points (+0|-8) ago

Women and minorities who vote Republican honestly deserve any of the bad shit that befalls them as a result. I'm astounded that in the 21st century they are able to take such regressive stances and still have audiences that consist of people other than angry old white men.

Gun Control Thought submitted by lettersofmarque to Showerthoughts

hyperoperation 11 points -7 points (+4|-11) ago

This exactly. It is pretty easy to take out a lot of people with a few handguns and a bunch of ammo. Taking out a couple dozen people with a chainsaw is not happening. While it would be a horrifying image the thing would probably jam up after a person or two. I think shotguns should be easy to attain because they are good for hunting and home defense but bad for mass shootings. I have no problem with having to jump through a few hoops to be able to purchase a hand gun or assault rifle.

EDIT: Sometimes the immaturity on Voat astounds me. People are downvoting and therefore hiding a constructive debate thread. Downvoting is for shit content, not for controversial opinions.