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    [–] Driving By an Active Crime Scene Valgg 2 points ago in Damnthatsinteresting

    I have absolutely no idea what you are trying to say

    [–] [Serious] Those of you who converted from a religion, to non religion, what was your reasoning? Valgg 1 points ago * (lasted edited 3 days ago) in AskReddit

    The thing that made me not talk of anything belief based to them was "pokemon (she meant anything related) are Japanese demons that steal children souls on behalf on satan". Also "children who go to Halloween parties are actually unknowingly praising satan"

    Disclaimer: other than their crazy demon conspiracy theories they are good people

    [–] In today's climate of constant rage, what sets you off? Valgg 1 points ago in AskReddit

    When random relatives tell me shit like "do you have a girlfriend? I think you should have a girlfriend (in a demanding tone)" "at your age i arleady dated 5 different girls" "but you need to find a girlfriend and then you need to marry her" "male and female are meant together so you need someone or you are gonna be unhappy" "have you got a girl in bed yet?" All this even though i always said i don't want romantic relationships (of any kind) and that the topic makes me uncomfortable.

    [–] [Serious] Those of you who converted from a religion, to non religion, what was your reasoning? Valgg 4 points ago in AskReddit

    Even though i was brought up in a "Christian because everyone is Christian type of family" i never seemed to care (i was the kid sneaking the gameboy in church), when i got to middle school i noticed that some things made no sense (talking snake convinces first humans to steal expensive apple), then i decisively detached myself from any religion when i started seeing the hypocrisy. It didn't help that my aunt and uncle seem kinda crazy when talking about religion too.

    [–] Hey, what are the details on your longest-running grudge? Valgg 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Longest grudge was from first year of school, a bully decided to strangulate me while i was eating

    [–] [Serious] Redditors who almost committed a crime but backed out, what changed your mind? Valgg 4 points ago in AskReddit

    I almost decided to steal half a kg of pure caffeine from the chemistry lab then i thought: "wtf would i do with pure caffeine"

    [–] What was your favorite lesson while in school? Valgg 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Probably lab chemistry because it was basically anarchy

    [–] Facts Valgg 5 points ago in funny

    You shouldn't be wasteful, you should have eaten it

    [–] Italian men catch a gypsy woman stealing and secure her in a container until the police can come Valgg 73 points ago in JusticeServed

    The 2 employees lost their job basically as soon as the video became viral, but the charges against them were dropped iirc

    [–] Cable Companies are Taking Full Advantage of Older People and It's Fucked Up!! Valgg 1 points ago in Rants

    Here in Italy the situation for standard cable tv is even weirder, the tax is 90 euros each year and it comes with the electric bill on the assumption that if you have electric power, you have a tv and you watch cable, in order to not pay it you have to "prove" that you have no tv or decoder.

    [–] Don't disrespect bald men Valgg 4 points ago in PewdiepieSubmissions

    Why do these people have skin??! Shame!!1

    [–] [Serious] What is like to be in the battlefront of a war? Valgg 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I am not actually sure, my grandpa just told me "camp" i don't know if it was a pow or what, i don't know if even he knows, my great grandfather was going mad in his last years (he died 96 yo some years back) and i don't really want to ask my grandpa about him for the sake of a reddit post

    [–] [Serious] What is like to be in the battlefront of a war? Valgg 2 points ago in AskReddit

    My great grandfather was an italian soldier during ww2 and apparently (my grandpa told me this) his story was as fucked up as one could expect when first you fight for the axis, then you are told overnight that nazis are now your enemy and get deported in a concentration camp, survive until you get freed by soviet soldiers and finally come back home where in the middle of all this your son (my grandpa who was at that time 3 i believe) was born.