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    [–] A part 2 joestorm4 18 points ago in starterpacks

    Don't be putting down Polar Pops like that.

    [–] Just a reminder #DontBeThatGirl joestorm4 94 points ago in pussypassdenied

    Lmao they added in a male homosexual poster but still no female on male or female on female

    [–] some reflective time to realise how drunk you are, and how much more you can get joestorm4 1 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    For someone who's never experimented outside of weed and alcohol being crossed is so crazy. Weirdest and greatest experiences.

    [–] 3am Starter Pack joestorm4 9 points ago in starterpacks

    Whoosh right back at you.

    [–] Elon Musk at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada (early 90s) joestorm4 1 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    Late comment, but yes. This school has a wide reputation of being a very 'nerdy' one and also being quite boring. It's biggest programs are the STEM programs, with engineering and computer science in the lead. It also has a large amount of international students that are usually A++ students and with a little help from their parents money they get in.

    So with all that, a lot of 'attractive' people just don't come here because of the reputation of being nerdy and boring because they want a school like Western.

    Also there is a tremendous amount of Asians so unless you're into people from anywhere on that continent, there will be less good looking people to you. Not being racist at all, just that a lot of people on this part of the world don't find people from most Asian countries to be all that attractive. (I mean every Asian country when I say that too, not just China, Japan, Korea, etc.)

    [–] John Wick uses Ultra Instinct joestorm4 40 points ago in HitBoxPorn

    No, that's how that emote works. You go back and forth like that.

    [–] What was ruined because too many people started doing it? joestorm4 20 points ago in AskReddit

    That's the biggest factor when talking about conspiracies. Don't have to believe or disbelieve any of them but the main point of them is critical thinking and questioning the things you are told. Deception is everywhere whether you like it or not so questioning all sorts of things can be a very good thing.

    [–] Stephen Hawking's Last Words. #RIP joestorm4 1 points ago in ImGoingToHellForThis

    This is the kind of the stuff this sub was made for, good job.

    [–] meirl joestorm4 9 points ago in meirl

    That's why you suck and then chew

    [–] Weekly /r/backpacking noob question thread - Ask any and all 'noob' questions you may have here - February 26, 2018 joestorm4 2 points ago in backpacking

    I mean, I would love to to either but I don't think world backpacking is gonna be in the budget so i'll say wilderness style.

    My budget will depend on my job this summer so I'm not sure at the moment but I don't plan on flying anywhere. Probably around $750.

    I should have a car so travel won't be much of an issue thankfully.

    I'll check out google maps and look up good spots to go thanks!

    I do have a passport and I am willing to go to the US! But i'll most likely end up going somewhere in Canada.

    I'll definitely start hiking this summer, it's always intrigued me but i've never went full on hiking before.

    Going to a national park seems like a great place to start too, those are places I want to go to anyways.

    I'll hopefully be able to find someone which is preferrable but thanks for letting me know solo isn't a bad idea.

    Thanks for your help I really appreciate it!

    [–] Canada Makes National Parks Permanently Free For Kids joestorm4 -2 points ago in worldnews

    40 million people in Canada, 320 million in the US. There is no comparison of population densities.

    [–] Canada Makes National Parks Permanently Free For Kids joestorm4 15 points ago in worldnews

    It would have been a damn shame if you guys got it wrong. The US is a massive country with proper winter/summer seasons in the north and warm summer weather all year 'round in the south and everything in between. Your country is a goldmine of beautiful sceneries and landscapes throughout the whole year.

    This is coming from a Canadian too.

    [–] Weekly /r/backpacking noob question thread - Ask any and all 'noob' questions you may have here - February 26, 2018 joestorm4 1 points ago in backpacking

    Hi, first time on this subreddit so I have a few questions.

    I'm thinking of taking a year off school next year because I figured out I really have no idea what I wanna do so I dont wanna go to school just for the sake of going. My buddy gave me an idea of going backpacking which I thought was great. I live in southern Ontario and was wondering where some of the best spots around here (i'm flexible i'll travel a bit if I have to) and how long I should go if I wanna just escape the world for a while? I also plan to go around late August. Obviously going for a long time with no experience isn't the greatest idea (I also need to find someone to go with) but I do want to go for a bit at least and make it a real trip.

    So with that said, where should I start with planning, what to bring, and learning how not to die lmao. I love the outdoors so i'm comfortable with the whole idea.

    If you need any clarification on anything just ask because like I said it's my first time here and have never gone backpacking.

    Thanks!

    [–] Can we speak of chance? [x-p /r/holofractal] joestorm4 1 points ago in conspiracy

    In my first year of university so ive spent a little bit of time in an actual academic institution and I completely understand what you're saying. Some things make a ton of sense and there isn't really much reason to question it because of how much sense it makes.

    But the thing historians need to really look at is what they've already looked at. Common sense is pretty important but whos to say what is common sense or a common conclusion is true? Things need to be constantly questioned. Re-evaluating what we think we know after decades of technological and societal advancement should be crucial. But instead what we think we know is known as concrete and can't be disproven. Even though to be a scientific conclusion it must be falsifiable but as soon as something that is commonly accepted as the truth it can't be falsified anymore.

    History is written by the victor (he who has the power). That is all I know as true.