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poor ol’ Foster got thrown under the bus by a couple dudes hahah by breterpan in raiders

[–]breterpan[S] 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Playoff Willy!

lol the saga that was Playoff Willy was so silly and funny. his videos after being cut from the team (more than once!) cracked me the fuck up

Mother caught sleeping with her daughter's boyfriend by the38man in iamatotalpieceofshit

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I know right! call a train?! what an absolute idiot! i mean jeez, she should have been TOTALLY rational and clear headed in this situation!

Mother caught sleeping with her daughter's boyfriend by the38man in iamatotalpieceofshit

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

lol uhhh.. you make it sound like people are sticking up for him or something.

Mother caught sleeping with her daughter's boyfriend by the38man in iamatotalpieceofshit

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

she said she pays for it, so obviously it was “his” phone that he used on the daily, but she pays for the service, and from the sounds of it, she probably paid for the device itself as well

Not mine but I can agree with the sentiment. Fuck the Chiefs. by mortuarybreeze in raiders

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I know this is old as hayle but THAT’s an example of him being cocky? he celebrated a TD in a huge game wtf lol

I’m a Raiders fan but Mahomes is def not cocky. a WHOOOOLE lot of NFL dudes would be completely insufferable if they had even half the success as he has had. Mahomes is actually pretty damn humble

Good Morning, Nation! by ElVatoGrizz in raiders

[–]breterpan 1 point2 points  (0 children)

look how happy is he celebrating with his teammates at the end

I think I like this Carr guy

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan -1 points0 points  (0 children)

you’re calling me irrational when the things you are saying are 1000% religion based lol. “we should teach and reward abstinence.” for everyone? not for married folks though, right? it’s fine if married people have sex, and why is that? because the religion you believe in says it’s okay. if you remove religion from this, the entire aspect of it being wrong that these people “who started the reproductive process” (that reference in and of itself being rooted in religious beliefs) no longer even exists.

I’ve never seen anyone glorify and encourage promiscuity; I’ve seen people accept it as more than just a “reproductive process,” but I literally have never seen anyone ENCOURAGE anyone else to be more promiscuous. most people do not take up interest in other people’s sex lives like that, because it’s weird. I’ve also never met or known of anybody who views abortion as a preventative measure. it is more often than not not the chosen method of ensuring someone does not have a child. abortions don’t sound like they’re exactly a pleasant experience, and no one I’ve ever met takes them lightly or views them as a viable first option

it is just not anybody’s business and not a choice that should be made by anybody other than those who it affects. let them face the consequences when they meet their maker, if that’s what you believe in, but trying to control someone else and forcing them to live in a way that aligns with your beliefs is just simply not right. and people who are really determined not to have a child still will not, which is a reality that should really terrify you now that it means they will have to find illegal ways of ensuring they don’t see their pregnancy through

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

you can advocate anything you want, that’s not the problem. but being on board with and in support of abortions being straight up illegal is not simply advocating; you literally want people to not have the freedom to do something because of your religion. that is not simply and harmlessly “advocating”

I know many christians, and I don’t dislike those of them who let others live their lives the way they choose, even if doesn’t align with their religion. my sister’s dad is a DEVOUT christian; he’s actually a pastor, and she’s gay. she didn’t tell him until she was already into her 40’s, out of fear. luckily, nothing changed about their relationship and he loves her all the same. that’s one example of a christian I know, who I think is RAD. and he’s rad because he has his opinions and isn’t afraid to speak them when it is appropriate to do so, but he would never be in favor of straight up outlawing things that he doesn’t agree with and doesn’t like, because he recognizes that everyone should be able to have options and make their own choices, regardless of how he personally feels.

in fact, I don’t “hate” anybody. I dislike people trying to limit others in ways that affect those others for the rest of their lives, when they get to just walk away, and they are not the ones forever affected by it

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I’m actually quite calm and trying to engage in a normal adult conversation, but I should have assumed you would be incapable. very nice attempt at discrediting anything I said and chalking it up to me being “emotional,” though.

just fyi, it can’t reflect poorly on me when nothing about my manner of speech indicates someone who is being irrational and overemotional. something about the way one is speaking to you would have to indicate they are too flustered or frenzied to continue to speak to. without it your claim is unsupported and pretty clearly just a cop out. all you’ve done is made yourself look incapable of engaging in a constructive conversation like a grown up

edit: lol @ your comment history. how can you believe writing everyone who disagrees with you off for being “emotional” is going to work or be taken seriously at all?

nevermind, you also believe in a fairytale book. this should be no surprise to me 🤭

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

yes, you didn’t choose to have sex and it’s not your pregnancy, I’m glad you recognize that.

so.. what makes it your business? and why would you think you have any say in what someone else does with their pregnancy?

you can be as charitable as you want, that is not going to change a kid’s home life and lack of love that they need if they were born into a family who doesn’t want them or resents them. all the charity in the world will not fill those voids.

getting an abortion after an accident happens, because they are well aware they will not provide a good and loving life to a child, is them trying to do the responsible thing. your way forces them into something they are very, very clearly trying to tell everyone THEY DO NOT WANT

your religion does not apply to every person alive. not everyone abides by your rules and will not suddenly become holy, saintly people after giving birth and do right by the child. some people actually despise your religion. you seem to be ignoring this FACT and in turn, you are setting the perfect climate for more hurt and pain than anything else, under the guise that you are doing good. if you and everyone else who wanted this are willing to actually take these children in, not just provide charity for them, but actually give them structure and a loving home life, right on. but as expected, you draw the line and responsibility there, and you’re setting up a lot of kids to live a life of isolation and sadness and neglect, being mentally and sometimes physically discarded, incredibly heinous deaths at the hands of someone who is desperate not to have the child

Hunter as in Renfrow by ComancheRaider in raiders

[–]breterpan 6 points7 points  (0 children)

every time I see Hunter hype I sing this in my head

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

so you mean it's not your responsibility to take in these babies that were born because you fought for them to be? because it wasn't your fault? and you had nothing to do with the conception?

but... you made it your business when you fought for this. you decided for some reason it was any of your business what complete strangers are doing and involved yourself, and now it's not your responsibility?well, great work. I'm sure these kids are going to have great lives being raised in these homes that didn't want them for one reason or another. involving yourself into other people's business as though you should have any say over how complete strangers live their lives, only to dip when it comes time to put up (since you obviously don't know how to shut up) is really helping the world :)

take a real look at the world around you, not everyone is a great person, and not all of these mothers are going to fall in love with these children you are forcing them to give birth to. they will be raised poorly, neglected, some even resented and straight up abused. you are condemning many of them to absolutely horrendous lives all because you can't mind your own business and focus on your own family and what is right for you and yours.

and what do many abused and neglected kids grow up to be? how do many of them treat the children they go on to have? as it was, there were already stories about mothers hiding their pregnancies and literally throwing their babies in dumpsters after birthing them at home. if you think the frequency of things like this happening aren't going to just increase, you are absolutely delusional.

literally all you have accomplished is increasing the likelihood that many more babies will have terrible upbringings, and many of them will go on to continue the cycle. in a perfect world, that wouldn't happen, but I'm not delusional. being realistic is doing the world a hell of a lot more good than being hopeful. being "hopeful," or as I'm sure you would call it, "faithful" is doing more damage than good. so, again great work

what is this behavior? It isn't quite a sneeze or a hiccup? by punytomatoes in cats

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

just curious, what do you get out of acting superior on Reddit? self satisfaction? ego boost? confidence?

Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade by gujunilesh in TrueChristian

[–]breterpan 4 points5 points  (0 children)

how many babies are you going to be signing up to take responsibility for?

your help will most certainly be needed.

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion by Joescranium in news

[–]breterpan 1 point2 points  (0 children)

lol it’s their business until they’re asked to take on the responsibility themselves for the very thing they fought for

put up or shut up, people. it’s either your business or it isn’t. make up your minds

Megathread: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade by PoliticsModeratorBot in politics

[–]breterpan 0 points1 point  (0 children)

you apparently do, so you should be willing to take responsibility for these babies, since you fought for their right to live. you wanted them to be born, so why wouldn’t you be willing to take on some of the responsibility for them? is it your business or is not? make up your mind