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

19 submissions to punk

9 submissions to Worldnews

7 submissions to news

6 submissions to technology

6 submissions to Fallout

This user has so far shared a total of 98 links, started a total of 15 discussions and submitted a total of 341 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 2381 and downvoted 0 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 2521 and downvoted 0 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

Twitter threats to black Kean students made by black alum, police say, submitted: 12/1/2015 10:21:11 PM, 197 points (+198|-1)

April 1st: Turn all users into Amalek Alts for a day., submitted: 1/27/2016 3:24:30 PM, 75 points (+89|-14)

Debate clubs should be renamed "Trigger Zones" or "Danger Spaces", submitted: 11/4/2015 3:03:58 PM, 69 points (+72|-3)

Germany to cut benefits to refugees who dont integrate labor minister, submitted: 2/1/2016 2:06:01 PM, 53 points (+57|-4)

Just when you think you're home free, submitted: 2/13/2016 7:23:50 AM, 52 points (+52|-0)

5 lowest rated submissions:

NIGHT GAUNTS - 8 DOLLARS (Official Video), submitted: 10/30/2015 6:02:46 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

The Founders, submitted: 12/12/2015 2:16:51 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)

Get a First Glimpse of the Battle of Jakku in Star War Battlefront, submitted: 12/15/2015 3:35:55 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

"Keanu" Red Band Trailer - From the Minds of Key & Peele - Uncensored, submitted: 1/22/2016 11:50:25 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

"Keanu" Red Band Trailer - From the Minds of Key & Peele - Uncensored, submitted: 1/22/2016 11:50:08 PM, 1 points (+3|-2)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

They fucking did it. They now have their own creation myths. submitted by skymod to tumblrinaction

deadite 0 points 54 points (+54|-0) ago

It's not NASA Science.

Da fuck? Is rocket science too triggering nowadays? Too penile?

Voat welcomes 2016 submitted by PuttItOut to announcements

deadite 2 points 51 points (+53|-2) ago

We've been overwhelmed with one or two waves of new Voaters. I can recall a few: The Disappearance, The Conspiracy, The Fappening, Safe Places, The Darkening, The Fattening, and The Racialists.

We're like a fucked up Breakfast Club.

New York woman sues 12-year-old nephew over hug that broke her wrist submitted by LagDragon to NotTheOnion

deadite 0 points 46 points (+46|-0) ago

human resources manager is suing her 12-year-old nephew for leaping into her arms

Already picturing this. Not far off

She is seeking $127,000 in damages from the boy, whose mother died last year. Westport News also reported that the 12-year-old appeared confused as he sat in the courtroom with his father.

Fucking seriously?

Of the damage done, Connell testified that she did not complain at the time, but she said her life had been “very difficult” since the injury because of “how crowded it is in Manhattan”. “I was at a party recently, and it was difficult to hold my hors d’oeuvre plate,” she reportedly said.

What a horrible human being.

3 lowest rated comments:

Local Council on American-Islamic Relations Chairman: By 'pushing' Muslims over the edge, Americans are partly responsible for San Bernardino attacks and others submitted by bob3333 to politics

deadite 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

It seems everyone is taking his comment personally. He isn't blaming the victims but talking about root causes of extremism.

Hussam Ayloush, of the group's Los Angeles chapter, said American foreign policy has helped fuel the rage that drives Muslim radicals to kill in the name of their faith.

Look objectively at the entire situation. Is there something factually incorrect with that statement? Even the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, said the Iraq/Afghan wars led to the rise of ISIS.

Flynn: We were too dumb. We didn't understand who we had there at that moment. When 9/11 occurred, all the emotions took over, and our response was, "Where did those bastards come from? Let's go kill them. Let's go get them." Instead of asking why they attacked us, we asked where they came from. Then we strategically marched in the wrong direction.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: The US invaded Iraq even though Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with 9/11.

Flynn: First we went to Afghanistan, where al-Qaida was based. Then we went into Iraq. Instead of asking ourselves why the phenomenon of terror occurred, we were looking for locations. This is a major lesson we must learn in order not to make the same mistakes again.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: The Islamic State wouldn't be where it is now without the fall of Baghdad. Do you regret ...

Flynn: ... yes, absolutely ...

SPIEGEL ONLINE: ... the Iraq war?

Flynn: It was huge error. As brutal as Saddam Hussein was, it was a mistake to just eliminate him. The same is true for Moammar Gadhafi and for Libya, which is now a failed state. The historic lesson is that it was a strategic failure to go into Iraq. History will not be and should not be kind with that decision.

Make no mistake in what I'm trying to say. Islam is a deplorable religion and I think the planet should be quarantined so it never leaves this rock. It has also been radicalized in the past century to an obscene level. Those two people are solely responsible for their actions. The victims did not deserve what happened to them. But US foreign policy has not helped the situation at fucking all.

Trump Supporters Shout Down Black Lives Matter Protesters At NC Rally (VIDEO) submitted by iamjanesleftnipple to politics

deadite 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago

It was the quote from the article in the OP of this thread.

Researchers Discover Abundant Populations of Wildlife in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone | Biology | Sci-News.com submitted by tentonaraft to science

deadite 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

There's a great book called "The World Without Us" by Alan Weisman that kinda examines ecological recovery in Chernobyl and other places.

From places already devoid of humans (a last fragment of primeval European forest; the Korean DMZ; Chernobyl), Weisman reveals Earth's tremendous capacity for self-healing. As he shows which human devastations are indelible, and which examples of our highest art and culture would endure longest, Weisman's narrative ultimately drives toward a radical but persuasive solution that doesn't depend on our demise. It is narrative nonfiction at its finest, and in posing an irresistible concept with both gravity and a highly-readable touch, it looks deeply at our effects on the planet in a way that no other book has.