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

155 submissions to StanleyKubrick

95 submissions to EBEs

59 submissions to Macabre

57 submissions to DavidLynch

46 submissions to ArtDeco

This user has so far shared a total of 657 links, started a total of 46 discussions and submitted a total of 195 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 902 and downvoted 61 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 1564 and downvoted 156 comments.

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5 lowest rated submissions:

Thematic Analysis of Taxi Driver - What it all Meant, submitted: 4/7/2016 10:31:05 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

The Real Roswell - UFO Hunters - Paranormal Documentary , submitted: 6/17/2016 4:15:51 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)

The Seven Sins of Coens Cinema by Augie Pagan, submitted: 7/16/2017 9:06:08 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

David Lynch's Lost Highway [In 25 Close-up Shots], submitted: 7/16/2017 8:50:52 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Eraserhead - The Nightmarish Journey into the World of David Lynch, submitted: 7/17/2017 8:53:06 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

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A New York man had his home taken from him, his life threatened by a judge and then ended up mysteriously dead from a head injury shortly after compiling evidence of this corruption. submitted by Kubrick_Stare to Conspiracy

Kubrick_Stare 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago

Sheu's close friend Will Galison (the one who also recorded the short video in the article) manages the blog 'The Murder of Sunny Sheu' which he updates regularly (http://www.sunnysheu.blogspot.com) and co-wrote a detailed article for Truthout.org about the tragic incident. (http://truth-out.org/news/item/10943-the-death-of-sunny-sheu)

EDIT: Added links

Note to Users. submitted by Kubrick_Stare to Sasquatch

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

I am open-minded to other people's arguments if they present their opinion in a mature, thoughtful way. Like I said I have no problem if someone doesn't believe in the subject but when someone just makes fun of the subject, that is not really something to tolerate because they're not saying anything. Being open-minded doesn't mean tolerating other people's spiteful behavior.

3 lowest rated comments:

Kubrick's letter to Arthur C. Clarke about the Dawn Of Man sequence, April 11th, 1966 submitted by Kubrick_Stare to StanleyKubrick

Kubrick_Stare 4 points -1 points (+3|-4) ago

I understand the difference and I know it didn't break any rules. Like I mentioned before I thought there was no point keeping comments to a deleted post. It might be considered rude or distant, which again wasn't my intention, but overreacting to something so trivial doesn't help matters. Even after I tried explaining the situation to him through PM, he refused to listen. I didn't know just deleting a comment from another user was so offensive where he had to go on /v/ProtectVoat to berate me because he refused to understand what happened. I found his behavior very rude and spiteful but you don't see me overreacting like he did.

Kubrick's letter to Arthur C. Clarke about the Dawn Of Man sequence, April 11th, 1966 submitted by Kubrick_Stare to StanleyKubrick

Kubrick_Stare 4 points -1 points (+3|-4) ago

I thanked him in my previous post for the PDF which he denies. Also, he found that PDF through my original post, which took only a second. People usually try to help others out without expecting a favor in return.

He said he didn't know why I didn't post the full version of the letter, which I took as a friendly suggestion, and responded with "You're right, I should've posted the full version. Thanks for sending me the link." It was the same content I previously posted only the full version of it. I thought he would be more understanding about it instead of taking this way too seriously.

EDIT: If you're going to berate me because of something so ridiculous, I will have no choice but to ban you from this sub.

Kubrick's letter to Arthur C. Clarke about the Dawn Of Man sequence, April 11th, 1966 submitted by Kubrick_Stare to StanleyKubrick

Kubrick_Stare 3 points 0 points (+3|-3) ago

I always try my best to be a fair mod and to acknowledge new and exciting content from all users. When someone deserves credit, I always mention them, which I have done in the past when people have really helped me research something.

When /u/someguyfromcanada posted his comment with the link, I thanked him and mentioned that I should've posted the full version instead. I waited a bit to see if he'd respond but he never did so I thought he probably read my comment and it would be fine to just go ahead and post the full version of the letter. When I deleted the original post I deleted my comment and his too because I didn't think there was any point in keeping them. There was really no bad intentions behind what I did despite what some people think. He misinterpreted what I did and blew it way out of proportion.

EDIT: added a word.