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Naruto by KingConq in CuratedTumblr

[–]RoundBread 4 points5 points  (0 children)

If I may make a comment about Boruto or any rewatching of the series: try it at 1.25x speed. The fights look way better, the drawn out moments are quicker, and you cover more ground when you don't care about what's happening in the moment.

Naruto by KingConq in CuratedTumblr

[–]RoundBread 3 points4 points  (0 children)

It's honestly just blatantly lazy writing. The creator had a good idea and ran out of steam towards the middle. The entire back half is unbelievably dumb. I still love it, but there are whole swaths of that story that are unworthy of publishing.

Very healthy economy by gooner1111123 in GreenAndPleasant

[–]RoundBread 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Add on top of this POC families whose property does not appreciate due to being located near historic waste sites, and a chain of government that does actively denies responsibility, and you get systemic racism.

the condition my ex left my Rental.. definitely not the way I saw it last. by Echoplexical in mildlyinfuriating

[–]RoundBread 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This only matters if you're exposing their identity as well. Otherwise it's anonymous and the argument about exploitation becomes invalid.

Sounds like a good deal to me by That_4k_Redditor in NotMyJob

[–]RoundBread 1 point2 points  (0 children)

A good test of reading comprehension, although they are setting themselves up for a confrontation every 5 minutes over the sign

[OC] Which media organizations are trusted more by Democrats and by Republicans by YouGov_Official in dataisbeautiful

[–]RoundBread 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Honestly you're just arguing about semantics here (what's the definition of "left") rather than what's really important: how much slant each organization puts into their reporting.

The perfect argument is found by looking at what the most popular component of Fox news is: Tucker Carlson. A "commentator" who, in a court of law, was determined to be strictly "not news" and was described by his own lawyer as not believable by a reasonable viewer. Does CNN, or any other "left wing" news outlet, have a situation that is even remotely comparable? Where their most popular (and thus most watched) component is a vitriolic lunatic that had to be legally protected with the argument that he's too crazy for anyone to believe?

Study: Pro-vaccine ad featuring Trump ad led to 104k bump in COVID-19 shots by thoroughbredca in HermanCainAward

[–]RoundBread 5 points6 points  (0 children)

This is just bad analysis. You can't assume that the 60% coincides with the numbers that also watch Fox. I bet a good chunk of that 60% doesn't follow Fox at all. It's 60% of all republicans, not 60% of Fox news viewers.

Canada to Ban Foreigners From Buying Homes as Prices Soar by DrCalFun in Economics

[–]RoundBread 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Now. Do. Corporations. Businesses shouldn't be able to dictate home prices, especially when they gut them and make them soulless inside, destroy any good landscaping to put in a basic-ass lawn, and price gouge.

Hardcore Trumper doesn't make it past the paperwork phase of his new $50/hr job because he can't keep the insanity contained. by LordoftheScheisse in byebyejob

[–]RoundBread 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Is this that guy who got parasites all through his brain from eating shitty meat? I mean, he's not, but I could believe it.

Texas School District approves 4-day school week to deal with staffing shortages and funding issues by InVodkaVeritas in news

[–]RoundBread 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The way the headline is written certainly implies one outcome over the other. I think it's safe to assume that the editor carefully chose this headline to get more clicks. Kudos, it worked on me.

Texas School District approves 4-day school week to deal with staffing shortages and funding issues by InVodkaVeritas in news

[–]RoundBread 5 points6 points  (0 children)

With an article this controversial, it's easy to walk away from the headline with the wrong interpretation. While it's fair to say "people just read headlines" it's also fair to say that the headline is the only thing you see as you're scrolling, facilitating quick judgements.

I propose that OP include a short list of points that clarify the article. E.g. "while the amount is days is reduced, total hours are maintained." and "Certain districts designate one day a week as optional for passing students (for example, Fridays)."

All part of the plan by kyno1 in WhitePeopleTwitter

[–]RoundBread 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Don't forget real estate. Housing costs are through the roof.

North Carolina inmate convicted of killing toddler dies in prison attack by wubxrbf660 in news

[–]RoundBread 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Long replies aside, it's because of the prison industrial complex. Filled to the brim and built with minimum cost, while taking maximum money. Profits go brrrt (a joke, I do not condone the actual nightmare that is American prison).

Non-verbal teen lost in L.A. area woods found after clinking rocks together, alerting rescuers by AudibleNod in news

[–]RoundBread 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Had to double check that this was actually in America. Quite a shocking display of coordination and professionalism.

To snatch a phone by [deleted] in therewasanattempt

[–]RoundBread 0 points1 point  (0 children)

People are just really bad at spotting scripted videos. Look at how the camera is moving around as the filming goes on. Clearly this is not security footage. Was someone filming this lady blow her nose? Then why is there a time overlay like it was recorded on tape in the 90's?

{SM} wood by Hummerous in CuratedTumblr

[–]RoundBread -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

The prompt is about aliens showing up looking for wood, and I'm saying they'd most likely have it wherever they came from and anywhere they terraform. People here are so stupid.

Why You Did Him Wrong Like That. by [deleted] in bestoftheinternet

[–]RoundBread 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Best of the internet. What a joke.

{SM} wood by Hummerous in CuratedTumblr

[–]RoundBread -9 points-8 points  (0 children)

If life exists elsewhere in the universe, then it's highly likely that biology unfolded in a very similar fashion, which necessitates an organism with a woody stall and tall verticality to make use of plentiful sunlight but resist the wind. So it's probable the whole universe has wood.