Profile overview for Celestial_teapot.
Submission statistics

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

10 submissions to AskVoat

5 submissions to OldSchoolFunny

3 submissions to whatever

2 submissions to aspergers

2 submissions to atheism

This user has so far shared a total of 9 links, started a total of 20 discussions and submitted a total of 431 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 56 and downvoted 11 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 176 and downvoted 22 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

Why do people misuse the voting system on this site?, submitted: 4/11/2017 7:12:11 PM, -7 points (+6|-13)

What current trends annoy you, and what ones do you like?, submitted: 4/12/2017 2:35:12 PM, 1 points (+4|-3)

What do you want to talk about that doesn't warrant its own post?, submitted: 4/7/2017 3:03:58 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)

I can't believe you've done this!, submitted: 2/24/2017 5:19:18 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)

Dr. Tran and the Toy Cack, submitted: 2/24/2017 5:27:46 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

3 lowest rated comments:

Insanegoat just banned a ton of people from reportshills for being "shills". What a cancerous dishonest faggot using the sub to target people he doesn't like. submitted by CrewExpendable to whatever

Celestial_teapot 11 points -10 points (+1|-11) ago

You know I've sort of been following all the crap on you.

I might actually find basis in some of it if they weren't so openly, blatantly attacking you with downvoats.

Their underhanded tactics make it hard for me to believe anything. You're not supposed to downvoat based on your dislike for the user or their comment, you're supposed to do it when what they say doesn't add to the discussion. Your comments CLEARLY have added to the discussion of almost everything I see.

I have seen some of the evidence of you banning people...I'm a little confused by it, tbh, but I don't care enough to look into it. I just know that whenever I reply to your comments, I throw you an upvoat. A little boost because you are adding to the conversation, even if they don't like it. And even if you are in the wrong...it doesn't make what's going on right at all.

The Difference Between Reddit and VOAT is That a Communist is Allowed to Change My Mind With a Good Argument on One, While My Argument is Banned on the Other. submitted by 8_billion_eaters to whatever

Celestial_teapot 5 points -5 points (+0|-5) ago

Not really though. You people like biased media, are you aware there are Christian terrorist groups that treat people the same way the Muslim terrorists do? I was stationed in a Muslim majority country. I had the pleasure of speaking in depth in an unbiased discussion with someone of Muslim decent. They say the same exact things the moderate Christians say about their holy book. They cherry pick the fuck out of it just like any other moderate Christian does. They talk about how the extremists aren't "true" Muslims.

The Christians had their holy wars over centuries and centuries. They were the terrorists, and there are a few fringe groups left in other countries still bombing the fuck out of anyone who believes differently than them, believing they are doing God's holy work, just like the Muslims. The only difference between the Christians and the Muslims is that today there are more terrorist Muslims.

The Christians devised some seriously cruel torture devices ever known to man. Makes me kind of relatively happy that the Muslims are just blowing people up. Of course, there's always the chance that if there were to be the Muslim equivalent of the Inquisition days the devices that they come up with could be far crueller.

In any case, I am in the process of reading the Bible and will move on to the Quran soon, but the people that I've talked to that have read both have told me the two really aren't that different.

Any religion that was created in the middle East is not a good one. Bottom line.

Assange holding 24-hour poll: "Why did Trump choose to strike Syria last night rather than next week when the facts have emerged?" [Link in comments] submitted by NeedleStack to Wikileaks

Celestial_teapot 4 points -4 points (+0|-4) ago

Nice. At what point did I say "anymore"? I did my research on Trump long ago, he was in bed with the Clinton's for years. Suddenly, he runs for president and everyone forgets that he used to support them. I may not have been here for very long (excuse me for not knowing this wonderful site existed) but I have not changed my stance from the beginning of all of this. Trump was voted in out of fear...And now people are seeing the consequences of those decisions. Any choice made out of emotion is not made for a good reason. If people were thinking instead of emoting when the elections and primaries were going on, it would have been Rand vs. Sanders. At least then, no matter who won we would have been better off than Trump or Clinton. No one takes the time to make informed decisions anymore, they just vote out of emotion or laziness or who they think will get the most votes.

Sounds pretty fucking stupid to me considering the person in that office has their hand on the big red button. I don't give a fuck about the Trump supporters bitching about Syria. Should have thought things through before electing someone out of edginess.

Also, you should really look up the definition of the word shill before you go throwing it around. It makes you sound like an uneducated dumbass when you call everyone who doesn't agree with you or jump on your precious bandwagon a shill.