Profile overview for tentonaraft.
Submission statistics

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

74 submissions to NFL

55 submissions to AskVoat

53 submissions to TIL

42 submissions to politics

37 submissions to Jokes

This user has so far shared a total of 345 links, started a total of 234 discussions and submitted a total of 1351 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 203 and downvoted 19 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 258 and downvoted 98 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

6 People Come Forward to Back Up Writer's Claim of Alleged Trump Assault, submitted: 10/18/2016 11:52:01 PM, -7 points (+4|-11)

Election Update: Trump May Depress Republican Turnout, Spelling Disaster For The GOP, submitted: 10/23/2016 7:40:17 PM, -6 points (+1|-7)

Despite 2001 Vow, Trump Made No 9/11 Donations in Year After Attack, Audit Finds, submitted: 10/14/2016 3:43:57 PM, -6 points (+4|-10)

Donald Trump, Slipping in Polls, Warns of Stolen Election, submitted: 10/15/2016 10:16:04 PM, -6 points (+8|-14)

Trump Vouched For Cocaine Trafficker, submitted: 10/11/2016 2:23:41 AM, -5 points (+3|-8)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Man finds 22-pound chunk of butter estimated to be more than 2,000 years old in Irish bog submitted by tentonaraft to news

tentonaraft 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago

No one is sure exactly why the butter was buried in bogs — some think it was sometimes an offering to the gods — but evidence strongly suggests it was a method of preservation.

"Oh dear Gods, please accept this large chunk of butter. Should last you a while."

"Steve, we went over this, it's meant to preserve the butter, not as an offering to the gods."

"But what if the gods get hungry, Patrick?*

Steve gets whacked over the head with the butter.

"Oh dear Gods, please accept this offering of an idiot."

Patrick throws Steve in the bog, followed by the butter.

NASA confirms that the impossible EmDrive thruster really works, after new tests submitted by Braintrust to science

tentonaraft 4 points 16 points (+20|-4) ago

If I'm understanding this right, we may have figured out how to possibly make a warp drive, but have no idea how the Heck we did it. EDIT: Apparently this isn't warp drive.

TIL: CAIR has less than 5000 members and only has the support of around 12% of American Muslims. submitted by Zekethephoenix to TIL

tentonaraft 2 points 15 points (+17|-2) ago

It's almost as if there are Muslims who believe in being good people. Wait, there are.

3 lowest rated comments:

Ed Snowden AMA! submitted by IamaRealEstateBroker to MeanwhileOnReddit

tentonaraft 16 points -12 points (+4|-16) ago

The issue I take with Snowden is that he refuses to come home and face trial. I'm pissed that the NSA is likely watching me despite my doing nothing illegal in the almost 19 years I've been on this planet. I'm pissed that the NSA has been violating the Constitution, which I believe was inspired by God. What pisses me off more, however, is not what Snowden did, but that he seems to refuse to face the consequences for his actions. I haven't even been a legal adult for an entire year, and am pretty immature, but even I recognize that I don't get to choose the consequences for my actions. He should man up and face the music.

Ed Snowden AMA! submitted by IamaRealEstateBroker to MeanwhileOnReddit

tentonaraft 8 points -7 points (+1|-8) ago

Not if he has a good enough lawyer. A good enough lawyer can get you out of anything. Just ask OJ. Also, my point is not that he'll get arrested. My point is that he should stand trial. Also, Daniel Ellsburg,who was in a similar boat, got off, so I see very little reason why Snowden wouldn't with a good enough lawyer.

Ed Snowden AMA! submitted by IamaRealEstateBroker to MeanwhileOnReddit

tentonaraft 8 points -7 points (+1|-8) ago

Then he could appeal.You can appeal on death row. He could, with a good enough lawyer, argue that he was given an unfair trial, and possibly be acquitted.