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    [–] Code review in one gif thirdegree 1 points ago in ProgrammerHumor

    Jesus christ that background music is painful.

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    "It" being denying inheritance on the basis of homosexuality. Which is not justifiable in any circumstance. All examples have been on the basis of something unrelated to homosexuality.

    [–] First GOP lawmaker calls for Nunes to recuse himself thirdegree 1 points ago in politics

    "Either 5 years in prison and a $10k fine, or death"

    Lmao. I'll have the cake please!

    [–] Onion Love will always prevail. thirdegree 3 points ago in OnionLovers

    Ya I've liked every episode I've seen.

    Also a massive fan of Better Off Ted.

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I mean ok, but then you're arguing something literally nobody is arguing against. The topic at hand is if it is reasonable to deny inheritance on the basis of homosexuality.

    [–] Onion Love will always prevail. thirdegree 2 points ago in OnionLovers

    Ahhhh. I've only seen a few episodes.

    [–] Onion Love will always prevail. thirdegree 2 points ago in OnionLovers

    Ok what is that from? I must have missed that one.

    [–] Onion Love will always prevail. thirdegree 2 points ago in OnionLovers

    That screenshot is entirely real, you know that as well as I do boo.

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    If your argument is that there exists a set of circumstances where it is reasonable to favor one child over another in terms of inheritance than fine. But that's not what anybody else is arguing, including the person you originally responded to.

    The argument at hand is if it is reasonable to favor one child over another on the basis of homosexuality. It is not, and the circumstances you based your argument on are not counter to that because there is nothing implicit or explicit in being homosexual that would directly lead to your circumstance.

    Essentially, your argument is as if I said "It is not acceptable to put avocado in soup" and your counterexample was "I don't know, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are pretty good".

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    No, you didn't, because you give circumstances that have a direct parallel for gay people. Like, if the will was "The inheritance will be split between our children that are married and have children" then your circumstances would apply. The will being "X will not receive inheritance because x is gay" doesn't equate to what you said.

    And being heterosexual myself, no I wouldn't take that claim seriously.

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Ok, then my argument is simply that it is an entirely unreasonable position to have, because there exists no argument for that position that is not explicitly homophobic.

    [–] Lawyers of Reddit, what are some of the most hilarious/absurd/ridiculous things you've seen in someone's will? thirdegree 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Your argument, as far as I can tell, is "The one with a wife and kids should get the inheritance", yes? My argument is "What about the one with a husband and kids?"

    [–] Police assist 'drunk' hedgehog found with yoghurt pot on head thirdegree 1 points ago in nottheonion

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    [–] What's the most brutally honest thing a child has ever said to you? thirdegree 6 points ago in AskReddit

    My dad and I are extremely similar in personality and sense of humor. I'm way more willing to try new things though, and honestly I have no idea where I got that because my dad and mom are both very risk-adverse.

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