ikanreed's recent comments:

November 18th, 2006
I beleive, although I've been mistaken before, that the term is Muslim.
November 14th, 2006
wow, is that all it takes to get in trouble these days?
October 25th, 2006
On on the site ?Rapist Search!
You can't really imply that those two people look at all the same. I mean just look at the eyes.
October 8th, 2006
On on the site ?POLEND IN HELL
I agree with your point, but this isn't funny. So by your own assertion, 1'd.
October 5th, 2006
Let's see.... Protestants get... Hitler, nearly the entire native american population, a few million africans during the 1800s from european colonization, both nuclear weapon attacks, vietnam, the catholics killed by cromwell, and a few other masterpeices. And we're ignoring cases like the christian scientists where their religion causes the death of their own children. I don't really think your assumptions that catholicism is the worst of christianity is correct.
October 3rd, 2006
On on the site ?CS Final Countdown
I would like to indicate that the audio lacks beeping. This is a critical flaw, and I cannot support your site. I'm sorry.
September 29th, 2006
On on the site ?PTKFGS: Moon Bison
somewhat expected, but as mentioned this requires a banner. 1'd
September 29th, 2006
On on the site ?Is Calculus Safe?
L'hopital tells us 1/1. High school stuff.
September 25th, 2006
On on the site ?Death Star's beam
yes, YES!
September 25th, 2006
One of the only funny episodes of the venture brothers.
September 24th, 2006
I could explain it, I imagine... It's probably caused by an 11 (or more) second delay between the time you a rejected from commenting and this page crops up. If it didn't take that long, then I have no idea.
September 23rd, 2006
On on the site ?Kirk or Picard?
September 22nd, 2006
blasted site.... &ltANOTHER FBI JOKE HERE&GT
September 21st, 2006
No such thing as a center of the universe.
September 20th, 2006
On on the site ?Cries of the Infidels
I can't stomach another one of these irrational argument acompanied with music pages. It's really offensive(although more than allowable) for you idiots to assert you have some perception of the universe I lack that allows you to dictate my fundmental beleives. Your appeals to majority are really inappropriate for the indeterminate. I seriously ask that if anyone beleives I have taken offense unreasonably, to contact me by PM. Please. Until then, stop insulting my ability to decide for myself.
September 18th, 2006
On on the site ?3
September 18th, 2006
the appropriateness of your cat's name does not escape me. "God is dead, and we have killed him, you and I"- Nietzsche
September 9th, 2006
2'd till ytmnsfw.
September 9th, 2006
TOO MANY DELETIONS RECENTLY. worthwhile ytmnd's just die. No fair.
September 8th, 2006
randomness is usually ok, but fad+unmatching randomness boils down to not funny. The second star is for the amount of time you spent making it, not for any quality.
September 7th, 2006
Even though I've already commented and no one is going to pay attention to some 1voter, I have another misconception to point out. You use the phrase "in the begining there was nothing". This statement is not provable, and some models of the universe (such as a closed model) suggest there was never "nothing". Just wanted you to know about something that you may have not considered.
September 7th, 2006
September 7th, 2006
No, WRONG. Credible evidence abounds. Independent research, verifying some things for yourself is easy. I've done experiments for myself(classroom style: pitri dish+poison=immune to poison bacteria). When you can see for yourself by experimentation, there's no circular reasoning, you draw your conclusions from your own research. PM me if you would like to talk about how to run this and other experiments yourself.
September 7th, 2006
In summary, the human notion of causality is derived from our perspective in a fairly expansive, fairly statistically consistant(in quantum terms) universe. This isn't as obnoxious as peterguy and merely misinterprets some modern physics, which I hope you should look into. It's beautiful.
September 7th, 2006
A second misconception here is again with causality. This one goes back to the big bang. Your notion of causality is derived from the form "X preceds Y, and X is strongly related to Y therefor X caused Y". However modern physics suggests time is a limited circular dimension. Although it is not presently discernably finite, Time does(and "does" is the best word I can think of to describe it) not exist without the other dimensions for it to be projected accross.
September 7th, 2006
It's a good attempt, however it is a distortion of a few things. It's all well and good to use causality to ascribe purpose to things. It gives you hope. However, quantum physics suggests that time can be modeled equally well going forwards as backwards(mathematically speaking), and to the more miniscule versions of physics, the notion of causality is meaningless.
September 6th, 2006
To the high-and-mighty people saying the 4th dimension is time, that is a misinterpretation of dimensions. Any time you create an orthagonal projection accross other dimensions you create a new one. While space and time can be construed to be perpendicular, there's no inherent quality making time the 4th dimension.
September 4th, 2006
dimensions are anything that can be orthagonally projected onto all previous dimensions. That is to say, you're an idiot.
September 4th, 2006
On on the site ?Cool D&D?
last stop for the win train tonight, cooldnd.ytmnd.com