This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
5 submissions to technology
4 submissions to news
3 submissions to politics
3 submissions to fatpeoplehate
2 submissions to Television
This user has so far shared a total of 17 links, started a total of 7 discussions and submitted a total of 1630 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 1248 and downvoted 15 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 726 and downvoted 51 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
YouTube and Google CEOs just said the same thing they fired James Damore for, submitted: 1/30/2018 1:03:52 AM, 243 points (+243|-0)
Shaved head commie brags about bullying school shooter, submitted: 3/26/2018 4:26:46 AM, 187 points (+188|-1)
4Chan Anon discovers Whitehouse petition site fuckery?, submitted: 2/3/2017 4:41:18 AM, 100 points (+100|-0)
A message for Boogie2988 and all of his wonderful fans!!!, submitted: 5/7/2017 6:23:58 PM, 76 points (+82|-6)
What programming language communities aren't "cucked" or filled with SJWs?, submitted: 9/20/2018 3:58:21 PM, 56 points (+57|-1)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Crazy theory: Is Joss Whedon actually an SJW or was that attempted cover for his affairs?, submitted: 12/15/2017 7:42:48 PM, 2 points (+3|-1)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is getting a reboot with a black woman in the lead role, submitted: 7/22/2018 4:38:36 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)
When is Trump "allowed" to go after LeBron?, submitted: 8/6/2018 12:27:34 AM, 5 points (+5|-0)
Protect your Reddit account with two-factor authentication (lol), submitted: 1/24/2018 10:06:13 PM, 5 points (+6|-1)
Congress's Planned Parenthood Investigations Find Horrifying, Criminal Practices, submitted: 1/16/2017 6:35:41 AM, 5 points (+6|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
cdglow 1 points 80 points 81 points (+81|-1) ago
She needs a giant statue in her honor to be made somewhere: history needs to remember this unfuckable lard ass as the biggest traitor of all time. Yes, we literally need that "unfuckable lard ass" quote stamped right on there.
Thanks to her, Europe is going to go through a hell of a time to survive over the next couple decades and all of our kids are going to see hell before it's all through.
What a disgusting wicked witch: both on the inside and out. The sad thing is that she knows she's been doing the wrong thing, but she was worried about bad optics.
Vile, wicked, coward: may her memory live forever.
cdglow 0 points 78 points 78 points (+78|-0) ago
Police arrest people for self-defense
Police arrest people for owning butter knives.
Police arrest people for mean comments on Twitter.
But it's ok for Muslims to rape toddlers and perform thousands of acid attacks.
The absolute state of England.
cdglow 3 points 78 points 81 points (+81|-3) ago
Haven't people learned their lesson about reading articles and not just relying on headlines? I strongly believe this article is putting the least favorable possible spin on what Sessions actually said.
Just to be clear: though I don't use any drugs: I'm 100% for all marijuana and drug legalization as I believe you should have an absolute right to consume whatever plants or chemical substances that you wish into your own body even if its bad for you.
a) The article quoted Sessions as making a comment about increased THC levels in weed, directly followed up by a separate quote about violence associated with marijuana. This is being interpreted as Sessions claiming that weed use causes violence where they're two separate quotes and he never actually said that weed use causes violence. When he's talking about violence, he's most likely not talking about weed users, but about actual drug dealers, which is technically true, though you can argue that the violence is caused by there being a black market with no dispute resolution possible.
"I'm definitely not a fan of expanded use of marijuana," he said. "States they can pass the laws they choose. I would just say it does remain a violation of federal law to distribute marijuana throughout any place in the United States, whether a state legalizes it or not."
b) His opinion here that it technically remains in violation of Fed law, and that's true.
c) The reason for phasing out Federal for-profit prisons isn't 100% clear, but it's a leap to assume that it's about marijuana. It could be related to immigration. It could be related to terrorism. It could be related to increased human trafficking prosecutions that seem to be coming in. It could be about reducing government expenses. Why the assumption that it's solely about weed?
Sessions has not said whether he will revise the Cole memo or step up enforcement in states where pot is legal or decriminalized, but he confirmed Monday that the policy is under review.
d) They are probably reviewing everything that Obama did, which they should. If they go and do something stupid like making going after marijuana a priority, I'd be the first in line to rip them for that. But that's not what they said yet at all, and seems to contradict Trump's stated position which is that it should go to the states.
Let's wait and see what actually happens before relying on bullshit spin from both sides.
3 lowest rated comments:
cdglow 6 points -6 points 0 points (+0|-6) ago
The German scientists and engineers that came over were the best of the best, but humanity has never gone above low earth orbit.
The moon landing was a hoax. Most of what NASA does is a lie.
cdglow 6 points -6 points 0 points (+0|-6) ago
It's very easy to reflexively treat this as an emotional subject and be against corporate water usage given some past bad stories, but I highly doubt that the vast majority of the public commenters studied this particular issue in any great depth. These are complex issues that take into account a large number of factors. Everything from the weather, population growth factors and water usage, to complex local job and tax issues probably can impact this kind of decision.
What is an objective standard for determining whether some corporate water usage in this kind of case is a good idea or not?
cdglow 5 points -4 points 1 points (+1|-5) ago
I can be honest and say that Trump is fat, and Bannon is both fat and a total slob and both should be fair game for this sub's fat jokes.
But the other stuff about Bannon being a "white supremacist", "Christian dominionist", and that "Trump put him in charge of our entire military" is off-putting, false, and nonsensical hysteria. Anybody who tries to do things like put American interests first or criticize things about Islam is immediately smeared by the media as intolerant, racist, sexist, because those are the only cards the left has in it's deck.