This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
18 submissions to MeanwhileOnReddit
13 submissions to politics
4 submissions to news
2 submissions to Chicago
1 submissions to gaming
This user has so far shared a total of 38 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 180 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 110 and downvoted 14 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 132 and downvoted 11 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Armed militia, incl. Bundy bros, occupy forest reserve HQ in Oregon, call US patriots to arms, submitted: 1/3/2016 5:36:43 AM, 349 points (+357|-8)
Spez Bends the Knee. Admits to Editing Reddit User's Comments, submitted: 11/24/2016 12:46:51 AM, 213 points (+214|-1)
Admins change sticky posts because of r/the_donalds high energy!!, submitted: 6/13/2016 10:55:54 PM, 187 points (+192|-5)
r/philosophy has banned Ayn Rand posts, submitted: 7/13/2015 2:09:15 AM, 142 points (+142|-0)
r/the_donald mod getting doxxed. Will the admins step in and save the day?, submitted: 4/17/2016 6:30:52 PM, 132 points (+139|-7)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Ellen Pao resigns!!, submitted: 7/11/2015 12:03:40 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)
You Can't Stump the Trump Volume XXIII (The Madman Rises), submitted: 4/20/2016 11:28:21 PM, 1 points (+5|-4)
You Can't Stump the Trump Volume Volume XXIX (Total War), submitted: 10/11/2016 9:56:05 PM, 2 points (+3|-1)
r/fantasyfootball now banning fun. , submitted: 9/18/2015 10:48:20 PM, 2 points (+3|-1)
Two Days in New Hampshire: A Condensed Timeline of Jeb Bushs Psychological Breakdown, submitted: 2/21/2016 3:51:53 AM, 2 points (+3|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
yell0mell0 2 points 29 points 31 points (+31|-2) ago
Last time the Bundy brothers did something like they got a standoff with the feds called off, interviews on the most popular conservative TV shows, and acclaim from many of the top republican strategists... at least until the Bundy's started talking about the welfare system and how slavery is better than being beholden to the gov't for a monthly check. Much of the country isn't willing to accept the latter argument but a helluva lot of us, including those in big conservative positions, are more than happy to protest against the BLM and ensuing federal overreach
yell0mell0 0 points 23 points 23 points (+23|-0) ago
The wall worked fine. It wasn't big enough.** 10 FEET TALLER**
yell0mell0 0 points 22 points 22 points (+22|-0) ago
That subreddit helped save my life back in the day. Got down 75 lbs, low 20s BMI, lifting, etc. Now I get downvoted to child when trying to help. Welcome to reddit 2.0. Killing them slowly with her song
3 lowest rated comments:
yell0mell0 11 points -10 points 1 points (+1|-11) ago
I like a lot of Trump's policies and will be voting for him. This is where he goes full libtard. If you can't do your job (i.e. produce) as well as some mexican, chinese, or vietnamese impoverished person thousand of miles away, plus when you add all the shipping and foreign relocation costs, fuck you for trying to keep your job here and keeping prices artificially raised. Tariffs only raise the price of goods, they don't correct the underlying issue that America is losing on the job front and it's because workers are being outproduced by foreigners. . If by chance these jobs are being sent away due to government taxes being higher here than elsewhere, fine, we can fix this through policy change.
But I have no sympathy for those being fairly outproduced by foreigners. Because he's my "country man". F that. Why should I care about someone in Indianapolis more than someone in China?Or over the border in Mexico. When I lived in Southern California, I'd say I had more in common with the man in Tijuana than the man in Anchorage. Or at least our local economies were more intertwined.
I support whatever gives me the cheapest goods and services. Indiana man can find a job that suits him better. Or starve to death. Whatever. Don't care. But when you drive up my cost of goods for your lack of production, we have a problem. National capitalism only matters in the era of strong national identity and we are well past that era in the age of the internet.
yell0mell0 3 points -3 points 0 points (+0|-3) ago
The word I used was produce, not production. I used that word for a reason. Produce vs. consume. Production is only a part of what you produce. Cost and volumes are another variable. So yes, as we agree above, these jobs are being outsourced due to higher profit margins. I.E the other countries workers produce more than ours. Not in the number of widgets, but in the cost basis of those widgets. Driving down my cost when shopping for them.
And no, I don't see why as a person, when I was in SoCal, someone in Indianapolis making more is better for me than someone in Tijuana. The Tijuana economy had a lot more influence over my daily life. Be it who comes or what comes over the border, is it safe for me to go over the border, are the Tijuanaites buying my goods and services, etc. This isn't a mercantilist world. The end goal of society isn't to hoard all the money in one nation state. A goal might be to design a system where we can consume the most. Allow those best able to cheaply produce do that and others to specialize in what they can more cheaply produce. And before you add in anything about the Indianapolis person paying taxes that support me that the Tijuanites don't, I don't want government money. Specialize economies, comparative advantage, etc.
Regardless, this change has already and is already happening. Money doesn't wait for government to catch up. If it's more efficient to outsource, or black market, something, the economy of mankind does it. All government can do to slow this flow towards progress is slow it down by passing law after law making it more expensive to outsource or go on the black market, or make it so the underlying reasons for flow are changed. But do either of us envision a world where 1st world country manufacturing should produce more than 3rd world country manufacturing? Those guys have all the cheap unskilled labor they need. We have wars to fund and welfare queens to support and six figure college degrees to default on. We need to transition to a more specialized and free economy. Yeah, there will be victims. But that's the reality of the cold blooded, heartless, theory behind capitalism. I for one embrace it. I hope others are ready for the change because it's not waiting.
yell0mell0 1 points -1 points 0 points (+0|-1) ago
You don't have to keep explaining how the incidence is important. It is. No disagreement there. I've been arguing is the prevalence is important too. It says a lot. Tests and samples must be derived from it. It shapes policy. It tells a baseline, can be used to compare to other countries, other time periods, etc. You're arguing a well known statistical idea doesn't matter! It does. I've tried and am done with this conversation unless there is actual clash in our arguments. Clash does not include showing the incidence is important. It is, like the prevalence.