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    [–] Let's be real, who's the most annoying champion to deal with? Servalpur 1 points ago in leagueoflegends

    No other assassin has so much aoe damage (with basically no items lvl 6) combined with strong cc (granted it's his ult, so there's that), combined with the ability to ignore cc while jumping on you.

    I don't think he's OP, Fizz has downsides that counterbalance his extremely strong upsides. That said, in terms of annoyance, in Soloq, few champions piss me off like Fizz.

    [–] Let's be real, who's the most annoying champion to deal with? Servalpur 1 points ago in leagueoflegends

    Until he roams and ends up getting a kill because it's soloq and there's a 95% chance someone will forget to ward and not see pings.

    Then he comes back with a kill or two and starts snowballing on your ass.

    Also, you're useless because you had to invest so much to just survive.

    [–] When this unironically happened in real life Servalpur 2 points ago in facepalm

    I think racist symbolism is a poor choice of words, but I 100% agree with the spirit of what you're saying.

    I don't think that racist symbolism works here, so much as just historical relevancy. Racist symbolism kind of implies that there is a racist element involved, instead of it just being a matter of history (stemming from racism obviously, but the history itself isn't racist).

    Mostly being pedantic, but knowing the internet someone would manage to take that phrase the wrong way.

    [–] Veteran in class that wants everyone to know they're a veteran starterpack Servalpur 22 points ago in starterpacks

    And that's totally fair. Hell, it's totally fair to feel that most of the irrelevant crap like sneaker brands, hair dye, and celebrity tweets are BS even without combat experience. Most of it is just stupid shit at the end of the day.

    I was never in the military, but after barely scraping together a living over and over every month and living off ramen for almost years at a time, I fell into a similar mode of thinking for a while, and to be honest it's stuck with me for the most part.

    Really though it's just how you express it that matters. As long as you aren't a dick about it, no one is gonna care. If you think crap like that is bullshit, there are times and places to express your opinion that are appropriate.

    You probably just aren't gonna make a ton of friends if you choose the wrong times and places.

    [–] Trump reportedly gave out his personal cell phone number to world leaders and US officials 'had no idea' he was making calls Servalpur 2 points ago in politics

    Trump has dropped no less than 10 points in Michigan.

    No offense mate, but you sound like you live in another country and have literally never visited the US. You're speaking from a position of ignorance and (unearned) superiority that doesn't exactly make you a political mastermind.

    [–] Trump reportedly gave out his personal cell phone number to world leaders and US officials 'had no idea' he was making calls Servalpur 4 points ago in politics

    The Rural poor didn't win the Republicans the presidency. The republicans always win the rural poor. It's a staple voting block for them.

    The Rustbelt won them the presidency. States like my home of Michigan. Where they got much more of the lower and middle class suburban voters than normal.

    And there have been substantial swings as people come to realize that for all his talk, Trump hasn't actually caused any real economic change for them.

    [–] Spending 50 dollars on this at Six Flags Servalpur 1 points ago in mildlyinfuriating

    Problem is, they don't allow you to bring your own food in. Drinks yes, food no.

    [–] Spending 50 dollars on this at Six Flags Servalpur 2 points ago in mildlyinfuriating

    Fuck that. I make it a point like 90% of the time to only see a movie when I can get out of work early and go alone. I'm not a huge fan of going otherwise both because of the prices, and because then I'd have to go with my wife and kids who I love and cherish, just not in a movie theater.

    Around the suburbs in Michigan, the price is more like $5-7 a ticket matinee and then like $4-$5 for a coke. Still expensive, but not super bad.

    [–] Spending 50 dollars on this at Six Flags Servalpur 2 points ago in mildlyinfuriating

    Went to Cedar Point a month ago.

    Brought in a bottle of water.

    [–] [USA][CA] Driver mistakes gas pedal for brake at gas station Servalpur 1 points ago in Roadcam

    Sounds like an old piece of shit that some small company has kept together with bits of wire and duct tape for 30 years past the date when it probably should have been retired.

    I've seen plenty of stupid shit like that working shit jobs,

    [–] Anime VS Reality Servalpur 2 points ago in pics

    If you're gonna get into Shinkai stuff, I would recommend Garden Of Words or Your Name. They're both great stuff. Your Name specifically absolutely blew me away.

    I'm not a huge anime fan (anymore), but Shinkai stuff really is great. He seems to love the theme of starcrossed love, and you can actually see him refining his skill over each of his movies through the years. I think Your Name is where he finally got just about everything right.

    [–] Anime VS Reality Servalpur 1 points ago in pics

    I didn't know which one, but knew it had to be a Shinkai movie. His stuff just has that flare that is visually amazing.

    [–] Expandable metal Servalpur 0 points ago in blackmagicfuckery

    That sounds like a shittie speedball.

    [–] You can't be suicidal if you're white. Servalpur 5 points ago in TumblrInAction

    Keep in mind who they're asking. Grades 9-12 are 14-17 year olds, some of the most turbulent (not saying good or bad, just changing and often chaotic) of a persons life. With hormones pumping through you and a lack of experience (which can make relatively minor things seem like the end of the world) can prompt them to make decisions without thinking them through (actually I think I just described the standard operating procedure of a teenager).

    It also doesn't rate severity of an attempt. When I was 16 I freaked out and in a moment of extreme stupidity tried to commit suicide by taking an obscene amount of benadryl. Something around 1-1.5g of it. Now, was this a fatal amount? No. Was it near it? Again, no. But I still tried it. Immediately after taking it I felt this horror dawn on me, but eventually decided to wait it out and if I died, well fuck it my life really sucked anyway.

    After a long night of hallucinating, being extremely thirsty, and enduring a drinking/pissing cycle that must have measured in the gallons, I woke up the next day not wanting to die. I also woke up experiencing Derealization/Depersonalization disorders, but that's for another discussion.

    Looking back at it, what I was dealing with while really terrible, was not the end of the world. It was a whole slew of personal, serious, but temporary problems that I couldn't see my way past because of my extreme inexperience.

    I don't doubt that for many of those in that statistic, they felt the same way. A spur of the moment experience brought out by a lack of knowledge/inability to see their way out.

    If anything, I'd say that those in that age group would probably be more likely to jump to suicide as a first/second/thirst resort, than other age groups. You're just getting old enough to start making decisive, life changing decisions (and getting used to making your own decisions), but still young and inexperienced enough to not understand/"get" the consequences to those decisions.

    [–] Gotta catch em all Servalpur 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    Nah this wasn't Warren. This was Southfield, right off Telegraph/12 Mile.

    Wouldn't surprise though with Warren, some parts of it can get pretty nasty.

    [–] Box Office Week - Solo: A Star Wars Story debuts at #1 with a worrisome $83.3M domestic on an estimated budget of $250M-$300M. Worldwide it's even worse as the film debuted to a disastrous $65M international, less than what Deadpool 2 made internationally on its second weekend. Servalpur 1 points ago in movies

    I find that odd because while Poe does ignore the order of shooting the cannons, are you telling me Leia does not have the ability to call back all those other ships that went and attacked when he destroyed the last one? Poe disobeyed an order, but so did all the other pilots there.

    I mean, isn't that just a better reason to not tell anyone your plan? Clearly discipline is so lacking that the leader of the resistance can't expect her subordinates to follow a direct order. Can they really be counted on to keep quiet about any information they get about future plans?

    [–] Gotta catch em all Servalpur 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    Near my cousin's house right off of Mound on 12 mile/Telegraph there's a Meijers, and the entrance to that Meijer's has a pothole big enough to fit the entire front end of a smaller car. You actually have to be really careful how you drive past it, because if you go in there's a damn good chance you'd get stuck.

    [–] Box Office Week - Solo: A Star Wars Story debuts at #1 with a worrisome $83.3M domestic on an estimated budget of $250M-$300M. Worldwide it's even worse as the film debuted to a disastrous $65M international, less than what Deadpool 2 made internationally on its second weekend. Servalpur 4 points ago in movies

    You wouldn't, and that's a fair point. Telling him would probably have been wise in the sense that his support would most likely lead to more support from the rest of the crew.

    However, you're not just talking about him. Poe had just disobeyed a direct order resulting in the deaths of god knows how many pilots and destruction of (for the rebellion) priceless ships that could not be replaced quickly. Clearly, his judgement is at best, questionable. Who knows what he might let slip? To who?

    Whenever you're talking about sensitive information, every single individual told increases the chance for that information to reach the wrong ears. No matter how unimpeachable that individual you told is. You have no idea who they're going to tell. You have no idea who they're going to tell, or how they might be overheard or spied upon. That risk just gets greater when talking about someone like Poe who obviously doesn't take orders seriously.

    [–] Box Office Week - Solo: A Star Wars Story debuts at #1 with a worrisome $83.3M domestic on an estimated budget of $250M-$300M. Worldwide it's even worse as the film debuted to a disastrous $65M international, less than what Deadpool 2 made internationally on its second weekend. Servalpur 0 points ago in movies

    I mean, he's in the military. Or at least a form of the military. When you're in the military, you have to be able to take orders, oftentimes while being denied information. That's part of the job. He signed up for it.

    Could she have handled it better? Yeah, absolutely. Like I said, she had no charisma. But at the end of the day it makes sense whey she kept him and everyone else in the dark. They were obviously being tracked. They didn't know how. It could have been light speed tracking. It could have been a spy. best keep the cards close to the chest.

    Also, I would not call the plan Poe presented to be good by any means. "Lets go acquire a third party with no loyalty to us that can possibly help us get on an enemy ship, in order to fuck with their tracking ability, in order to escape. The tracking ability we don't actually know they have. And if we're wrong then we've just wasted all our fuel, we're out of range of any safe haven, and we're all dead".

    Don't get me wrong, it's a true Star Wars plan. It's just not a good one.