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

2 submissions to AskVoat

1 submissions to funny

1 submissions to gaming

1 submissions to help

1 submissions to pics

This user has so far shared a total of 5 links, started a total of 4 discussions and submitted a total of 309 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 568 and downvoted 230 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 951 and downvoted 595 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

I was messing around in a gigapixel of Tokyo and stumbled across this on a roof top bar; anyone know why they turned all the tables upside down?, submitted: 2/29/2016 7:23:10 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Dunkey Does Captcha, submitted: 3/5/2016 7:20:19 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Why is Voat being spammed with pro-Russian content?, submitted: 5/20/2016 5:06:18 PM, 2 points (+8|-6)

Outside Brigading is a real thing, what can Voat do to protect against it?, submitted: 6/16/2016 3:49:19 AM, 4 points (+7|-3)

TIL of the Korowai, a cannibal tribe in Indonesia, submitted: 12/24/2015 3:03:59 AM, 7 points (+7|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Zynga posts $117 million full-year loss submitted by ChillyHellion to gaming

PenguinsTapDancing 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago

BURN BABY BURN!!!!!!!!!!

Tennessee city that fought Comcast and won announces 10Gbps internet submitted by skymod to technology

PenguinsTapDancing 1 points 30 points (+31|-1) ago

As totally not a Comcast representative: this will be bad for not only Tennessee, but America and the world. Greater access to quality internet and information hurts all peoples', the access to greater services and the possibilities of greater potential do not justify the increased investment in infrastructure--people just don't need it or want it. No one needs that speed--definitely not budding tech sectors and forward thinking organizations--this will hurt freedom and dive prices through the roof, not to mention that it will trample all over the political and social rights of our existing customers--people who appreciate the quality and speed of our existing services, at the competitive prices we offer. After all, Concast is devoted to offering the fastest possible speeds we can achieve when no competition exists, at the lowest prices possible for a company where most customers have no legitimate alternatives. We stand by that promise. And we will back it up for only the extra cost of $49.97 per month for 6 months* Only $599.98 per month after that, plus fees, taxes, and other bullshit we make up but is necessary for your service-like boxes, modems, and routers, but we still fucking charge you for

As not a representative, I can tell you that rouge companies that do things like this are bad, they steal from legitimate companies, pick away at our intellectual property rights, steal cookies from your babies, and drive costs up across the board. Support us in our corporate right to prevent competition and to eat away at the both your consumer and social rights at every turn. We promise that we will continue to do everything that the laws we help dictate can do to ensure your satisfaction as a future Comcast customer who has no other choice* *Your tax dollars weren't used on better service, but they did get me a bitchin' new yachat. Fuck yeah! ComcastTM

MIT scientists develop solar towers that create 20x the energy output of flat panels submitted by http404 to science

PenguinsTapDancing 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago is one of those sites that relies so heavily on active scripts that you can't even view text without running shit (thankfully such sites are becoming much rarer). Web pages like this are dangerous, because they can be hacked, or the people running it could be crooks, and they can use such interaction to inject unwanted material onto your computer. Do you have a better source for this story?

3 lowest rated comments:

deleted by user submitted by quadcem to news

PenguinsTapDancing 13 points -8 points (+5|-13) ago

I bet you get told that you don't know what the hell you are talking about a lot, probably followed by the words "shut the hell up."

Account Deleted By User submitted by DonkeyOatey to AskVoat

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

The last thing we need in a shooting situation in a small enclosed area that is densely packed with people is a second stream of bullets from a gun being wielded by someone that is A) almost certainly not trained to handle such a situation, B) not a sharp shooter, and C) just as likely to hurt themselves and other people, as they are to hit a shooter moving around a crowded room.

EDIT: After posting this comment and no activity for almost 2 days, I was suddenly hit with a downvoat brigade for posting to /v/help about a situation concerning the security of the site. Amazing how that works.

Town of 4000 learns it will receive 3000 migrants. Residents told to put up with it or leave. submitted by Amateur_Wizard to news

PenguinsTapDancing 7 points -5 points (+2|-7) ago

You mean immigrants in need because of political and military actions beyond their control, that also happen to be Muslim? I would also like to point out that one of the biggest things that sustains tension and violence between cultures is the separation of peoples, and by bridging that gap, in the long run we will help to reduce such violence and misunderstanding. Not to mention that Germany needs young people to prop up its ever aging population, so immigration and talent is exactly what it needs, and taking in refugees will build on this initiative. Will this bring some clashing and some violence? Yes. But in the long run it will probably be good for both groups.