Well, this guy lured a lion off of a known protected sanctuary that has been used for research and killed it purely for the shjts and giggles. I'm all for hunting for food, but hunting for sport is a dick move. So whether or not he knew it was a protected animal, his motives were bad to begin with.
@TheOtherWhiteGuy, aahhh. Especially if it is on the endangered list. Was it still? Steve died a while back...thats where i learned it.
@TheOtherWhiteGuy, That man wasn't "hunting for sport" because a real hunter would never knowingly shoot a protected animal and wouldn't use bait to lure it off its reserve. This man is a poacher more than a hunter.
@Goldeneye, well unless he ate the animal, it's still hunting for sport even if he was poaching
@TheOtherWhiteGuy, hunting for any reason is wrong and people should eat nothing but plants, animals are people too and they should be allowed to eat people if people eat them because animals should never be killed even if it's for survival. Btw if you're still reading this I'm joking please don't hate me
@Wendigo, I was about to brake my phone from smashing the downvote button.
@DryButtSex, The meat was probably donated to the nearest village, that's how most big-game hunts work.
I thought this was funny pics, not controversy inducing pics
@This other guy, id call you a troll in an attempt to provide comedic relief but im afraid noone would appreciate the humor.
@Blackfrost273, good call lol
I saw people lose their minds over both.
@Smart Deathclaw, thats dumb. Who wins when you lose your mind? It certainly does not provide positive input to awareness or solving the problem(s).
I like turtles
@DarkSock, buttered toast!
What an ignorant thing to say. Those planned parenthood videos have already been debunked. The death of the lion not only affects the lion itself and its offspring, but the people in Zimbabwe who relied on the tourism funds the lions make for them. Lions aren't fetuses. You're also assuming people do not have enough complex brainpower to care about more than one issue. Most importantly, you don't have a say in abortions if you don't have a uterus to have one. Frankly, I'd be embarrassed to agree with this, let alone post it.
@Pizzazz, this is called funny pics and I will have none of your schenanigans here
@Pizzazz, exactly. It's ridiculous that some people are upset that people are upset. That's like if there was a German serial killer murdering dozens of people in Poland, and people got mad at the press coverage, stating "it's not like it's the Holocaust all over again".
Something does not have to be the worst thing to be a bad thing.
@I Are Lebo, I wholeheartedly agree
@Pizzazz, we want to see funny, not someone bitch about something
@Charles Manson, that's like the comment section to every pic on here...
@Pizzazz, you should go make a tumblr about it, you'd fit right in
@Pizzazz, I was with you until that last part. Men can have a say in abortions, it effects them too. That's like saying you can't have an opinion about the lion because you aren't a lion.
@Awc123awc, if it's called funny pics then post actual funny pics instead of this crap. ;)
@Charles Manson, I'll bitch wherever I want, especially when something is pure ignorance and deserves to be told so.
@Sappy Poop Stain, nope. They can't. No matter how much men try to claim this, they will never have a say.
@The Antagonist, f*ck tumblr. You seem to know it more than me. Go be a bitch there, quit wasting my time, and then go suck a f*ck. ^_^
@Charles Manson, you'd have more luck saving that lion
@The Antagonist, it's time we make a stand
@Pizzazz, nicely put, obviously everyone can have their own beliefs but when it all comes down to it, we come from nothing and we return to nothing. So why kill things needlessly and why be ignorant about some people beliefs? We are so lucky to be cognitive and to use our intellect for anything shy of greatness is nothing more than a waste of life. Be amazing! Be spectacular! Be human :)
@I Are Lebo, yes, and I bet the people that think this have never went down to a foster house to see what happens to kids that are the product of unwanted births. They want to cry about babies being aborted but wouldn't give two f*cks about them once they're born. They're sick people.
@Pizzazz, *ahem* ANYONE has a say about an unborn child's unalienable right to life, WHETHER THEY HAVE A DAMN UTERUS OR NOT. It's not an issue about a woman's right to her body, it's an issue about a child's life. Go find a damn conscience.
@Pizzazz, ironic. I was about to post something on that very topic to @Sappy Poop Stain's comment about men having a say in abortions, but I didn't post it because it got away from me and when I proofread it before posting, I realized it was rather mean.
But the gist of it is this: men do not get to have a say in whether a woman can have an abortion. They can leave it or they can be responsible for it.
My attitude whenever I hear about men (or women) picketing an abortion clinic is this: "if you won't let me abort this unwanted child that will literally - not figuratively - RUIN my life to try to raise, then YOU can raise the child."
@Pizzazz, also, this attitude of 'every life is sacred and must be protected at all costs' BS is why this world is so dangerously overpopulated.
No. You're wrong. You don't have a say in what a person does to their body, man or woman. They ultimately choose what's right for them.
Oh, I don't have a conscience, eh? Nice assumption. I'd rather a poor excuse of a mom aborted instead of giving an unwanted child a life of HELL. Maybe you should talk to the foster kids I help with to see what their lives are like. Some are born addicted to drugs. Some were abused and/or sexually abused. They have psychological issues from all that and the fact their parents were just useless wastes of oxygen.
I don't have a conscience? Wrong. I have thrice the amount of damn conscience you have. The amount that you could only dream of.
So go suck a f*ck and learn your place.
@Pizzazz, I don't say much on here but I'd like to simply state that men should have some say, or at least an opinion, when it comes to having a child. If I have a gf, or even a wife, and she was pregnant and she came to me and asked what to do I'd sit down with her and look at the situation at hand and see all the things that can come with having a child and if I thought that we can have one then I'll let her know that I would like one but its up to her ultimately and I would support her either way. It's nice to be considered when making a decision especially on this scale. I see that you have dealt with the meaner side of FP community and I'm sorry on their behalf.
@I Are Lebo, @Pizzazz, I just want to clarify a few things for my self. Question one if a couple becomes pregrent the mother wants an abortion but the father wants to keep the child with or without the mother would you still say he has no right to give his opinion about abortion. Question two in relation to the comment lebo makes about the child ruining their life how does the child do so in your mind. I'm just curious for the view points not saying anyone is wrong
@Nomad2, with that response I'll make what I feel is the correct answer. It was never intended that men couldn't have a discussion about an bortion and express what they're feelings are with their significant other. They have a right to do so. However, a man cannot make a woman choose whether or not to have an abortion or "have a say" in what ultimately happens because 1. It's not their body and 2. It's illegal to do so. Express your opinion, but don't pretend you have the ultimate say in the decision.
But when I say men shouldn't have a say, we refer to all the men who want to stop abortions for all women. Could you imagine a bunch of politicians of the opposite sex declaring what you can and can't do with your body without knowing what it's like for someone of your gender to deal with that situation?
@Pizzazz, What if it is the man's child? Does the man not have the right to stop the abortion so he may have his child?
@TheAgent, it is not about the life of a child. A fetus is not a child, it is a potential child. You might as well argue that masturbation is murder.
@Lt Dubble Bubble, he can express his opinion, but if the woman doesn't want to have his child, she has a right to choose not to. Like I said, a person cannot control what happens to another person's body. Put yourself in that woman's shoes. Abortions aren't just about not wanting a kid. Sometimes women have to abort a fetus because the pregnancy could be dangerous for their health and even kill them. Abortions happen for many reasons.
@Pizzazz, first half of the comment I agree with.
I get that you lost your temper, but competing consciences? That's just sinking to his level. You're better than that.
@Lt Dubble Bubble, would you want a child living a life where only one parent wanted to have them? Do you think that's a healthy home for them to live in?
@Sah3369, he has no right and shouldn't force such a life on a possible child. Like I asked another person, do you think it's fair to force a child to grow up in a reality where only one parent wanted them? Do you think that's a healthy life for them?
@I Are Lebo, yes, I usually am, but I'm sick of people pretending to care about fetuses when they probably don't think twice about the kids that are born due to anti-abortion laws that live in a real hell on earth.
I just want to add to my earlier comment. If the man in question is the father in the equation, he can have an opinion on whether or not to abort. He does NOT have a decision, beyond choosing whether or not to support the mothers decision (obviously he CAN try to help her make the decision, though whether he does so out of self interest or love or responsibility is another matter).
Anyway, to answer @Sah3369, answer one, he has every right to give his opinion. But other than convincing the mother to deliver the baby and award him full custody, he doesn't have a leg to stand on. It is still 100% her decision to make.
Answer 2, having a child out of wedlock, in a lower income family is future destroying. I don't want to come across as melodramatic, but do you have any idea how much money it costs to raise a child in modern society? Especially for teenaged mothers. Forget any plans of a career. As a single mother, you won't have the time or the energy.
@Pizzazz, Dang, this is the most replies to a comment I've seen in a long time. This is a touchy subject, I guess lol.
@Pizzazz, Yeah all I would like is to be considered not have ultimate say. I just want people to get along and be happy on here. I can see you're very passionate about all this and I understand where you're coming from, but can we keep the insults on the down low? I know they're being rude to you and that's not cool, but don't retort with the same style. Argue you're point home but be professional. I don't want to come off as being a bit of a bltch but I've seen too many arguments tonight and the last place I wanted to see one was on here with this great community.
@I Are Lebo, it costs over $280,000, last I checked. I can't remember if that includes college, too.
@SoundsLikeRed, true, but if it gets things rolling for people with honest questions and an open mind to have a mature conversation, it'll be worth it.
@Nomad2, true. I'm a passionate person because I'm passionate for those kids. You end up getting defensive for them because they're forgotten in our society. Plus, I give what I get, and that's a downfall for me.
@Nomad2, and you do have a right to express your opinion. Just know that if it really does happen to you and her ultimate choice is not to have a child with you, consider it good that she makes smart choices and doesn't just have a kid with you to make you happy.
@Awc123awc, да, too much politics and stupid opinions.
i just want my stupid, plж.
@Pizzazz, You're doing the lords work my friend (that's the nicest way I can think of complimenting you at the moment. I haven't slept much and all I can think about is Joshua Graham saying that line. Sorry if you're not very into religion.) It's a tough fight friend I know. Keep fighting and one day it'll be a victory. Go with sincerity in your heart and that victory will be even sweeter.
@Pizzazz, I'm one of those people that can find happiness in almost any situation. My friend calls me Mr. Brightside lol. When it comes down to it all I just want her to be happy cause at the end of the day that's all that matters to me.
@Pizzazz, hey, Im rather ignorant, so I wanna ask how/when the planned parenthood videos were debunked cause google only shows me news articles stating speculation so I dont think Im using the right keywords. What was the website/source/whatever where they debunk it?
@Pizzazz, what body parts? what is debunked specifically? It exists? And i dont have a uterus and i do have an opinion on the abortions...i leave it up to the people with affected uterus to make a decision about abortions because not anyone who has a uterus should make a call on someone else's uterus work or abortion. Thats stupid. Lastly...how does a tiger compare. I think we agree it doesnt. Does it?
@Pizzazz, ehh yeah you lost me with the last bit. It should be collaborative since it does effect other people (barring rape where it should purely be decided to by the child bearer) and should be treated as such. I for one don't care but I mean, you got a husband and a wife and the husband thinks it's a happy accident and the wife a disaster, it wouldn't a fair for her to just give it up on the spot without so much as a discussion
@Lt Dubble Bubble, if he isn't carrying and birthing the child, it is not 'his' child. That is patriarchal thinking. Genetically and socially, after conception, males are no longer needed for life. Only for quality of life.
So unless he is going to give birth himself he does NOT have the right to stop the abortion.
He does have the right to be upset about it, or leave the woman involved.
@Nomad2, poor Joshua. His partner can never reload all those pistols.
@Nomad2, a very reasonable comment. I argue with you completely on all counts.
@Pizzazz, hmm. I wonder. This is a touchy subject, but putting politics aside I think this requires a deeper philosophical inquiry than FunnyPics can provide. That said, there are several issues here:
1. What is it to be human and how does something go from being non-human to human?
2. Who decides whether or not a life is worth living?
3. Does the ends justify the means?
There are more questions one could ask, but these are the three I find most relevant. What I will say may seem downright abhorrent, but keep in mind I am playing devil's advocate. First of all, when does a fetus become a baby? If we are talking medically/biologically, the fetus possesses all the traits which any human would by about five months (babies can be born prematurely to that point and survive). Of course it is a living thing much earlier (the brain develops in the first two weeks, heartbeat starts at four), but let's stick with the five month old.
@The Law of Murphy, is a baby born prematurely still a baby? Or is it still a fetus? If it is still a fetus, then the parent should be able to dispose of the thing on the spot (assuming that fetuses are of arbitrary worth). Likewise, some babies are born considerably late. Are they babies while still in the uterus, even past the due date? If they are still fetuses, then a mother should be able to abort the thing at nine months. Another note: what is the difference between aborting a fetus late and killing a baby early? Imagine this scenario: a fetus is aborted at 8 months, and child born prematurely at seven months is killed with a pillow by its mother in its crib after being home for about two weeks. Is there a difference? Think, don't feel this one through. Both things are in the same basic state of development, the chief difference is location. This goes back to the question of what makes something human. Is humanness based purely on whether or not we are born yet?
@The Law of Murphy, it seems to me that to make a definition of human as something possessing self-sufficiency and capable of rational thought is lacking in that people who are paralyzed through accidents or have extreme mental disorders could not be considered human. To also claim that to be human requires being outside the uterine cavity seems rather arbitrary, especially considering such a trait is universal to all mammals. Likewise, dead bodies aren't human any more in spite of their having basic human physiology and being outside the uterus. Thus, the location of the thing should not be the thing which defines it. Let's move to the second question.
@The Law of Murphy, who decides whether or not a life is worth living? True, there are impoverished children who die young and unhappy, and there are people who wish they'd never been born. However, these circumstances could not have been predicted. No one can see the future. Sure, some mild predictions can be made given family history, medical records, SES, etc., but even given all that info there is nothing set in stone. I've heard stories of unwanted pregnancies coming to term and later on parents were happy to have the child. Granted, anecdotal "evidence" hardly proves anything, but it does indicate that just because a child isn't initially wanted that things necessarily go poorly for it. Furthermore, if the worth of a life is based on potential and action, then the extermination of the handicapped, mentally ill, elderly, and homeless should go into effect. Also, I hear people claim abortion is good because of overpopulation. Why not exterminate criminals? Or the u employed?
@Pizzazz, abortion is murder. So fûck you.
@The Law of Murphy, it's tricky business, and I personally think starting out clean is much easier than turning around the life of a violent criminal. The thing is, the ends does not justify the means. Especially when dealing with hyptheticals. Killing a child (one that is born) because its life will probably be awful is no excuse to kill the child. If a person's life is terrible, he or she can decide to end it pretty easily. Still, that's the individual's choice, not the choice of another party.
One final issue which I didn't raise is the one EVERYONE likes to bring up: doesn't a woman have a choice over what she does with her own body? Personally, I dislike language that suggests we "own" our bodies rather than that we ARE our bodies, but I'll leave that point alone for now. The issue is slightly more complex than just that. If the being inside the uterus is a human being then the choice of the woman to have it destroyed is essentially ignoring the freedom of the thing inside.
@The Law of Murphy, regrettably, no decent analogies exist because the situation is so unique, but I'll try. Imagine you're driving and in front of your car is an old man in a wheelchair. The man is stuck there for a long time and you cannot go in reverse, nor can you go around him. The most expedient path is to hit him with your car and then continue on. Impact would kill him, and there might be some minor damage to your car, but it's not a big deal. Alternately, you can wait for him to get out of traffic (and he will, eventually) or even help him out. Of course in abortion there are any number of reasons to have one, but hey, the analogy is imperfect. Is one justified in killing the old man because he is a nuisance? Again, if there were no laws or other repercussions of that sort, is it right to hit him?
@The Law of Murphy, okay, I think I'm done. No vitriol on this end, btw, but it bugs me to see people ignoring the central questions. Arguing politics is as useful and fun as trying to kiss one's own anus. Ethics and philosophy... now THAT'S a good time, and there are actually pretty definite answers as well. Also, don't necessarily feel the need to respond to any or all of what I said, so long as you at least consider it. The mark of an educated mind is being able to contemplate an idea without accepting it.
@The Law of Murphy, also, this is freakin' Funny Pics, if talking about this bothers you in any way or makes you feel anything but joy, then I think you owe it to yourself to forget this picture ever happened. Have fun, for Pete's sake...
@Pizzazz, I'm curious if you mean that men can't have a say in abortions as a legal matter or in a case by case basis, because while I firmly believe we have no right legislating the matter I believe an actual abortion should be discussed with the woman's significant other not because he has authority about it but because in a relationship you're supposed to be partners
@Sappy Poop Stain, but when it comes down to it, say the woman refuses but the man wants the baby. Are the courts going to order the woman be strapped down and have the baby? No. It's always the woman's decision and it always will be. There's no way to get around it
@I Are Lebo, Adoption, dude
@Pizzazz, While you keep saying "it's not your body," I'm going to point out what no one really has, and that it is that man's child. And would you let *anyone* end the life of your child?
@I Are Lebo, If you'e going to make such comparisions then do it right. With your logic I could say that saying a tomato is a fruit/vegi (take your pick) is like saying a chair is an airplane.
@Pizzazz, holy sh#t you are such a f## king close minded tumblrtard now aren't you?
@The Law of Murphy, it's based on trimester, not whether the fetus/baby is still inside the mother, ussually it's illegal or extremely rare and hard to get clearance for. Just thought I'd answer your question
@Pizzazz, Right but that is a different scenario. I only believe abortions should be done if the women was raped, the pregnancy can hurt her health seriously, or if the child were to have a genetic defect. People need to learn sex isn't a thing for pleasure, it is used for reproduction and they can't just go around having sex without consequences of reproducing. Either wear a condom, have a kid, or don't have sex at all.
@Pizzazz, I want a world where people know sex is for reproducing and should avoid it, or avoid fertilization if they don't want a child.
@I Are Lebo, well the way I see it then a man should always have a say in whether or not to abort because it takes two people to make a baby. As for having a baby out of wedlock or teenage pregnancy maybe if we focused less on abortion and just sex education and safe sex practices we wouldn't have so many teenage pregnancies. That being said it really goes for all ages if anyone didn't take all measures to avoid having a child then why should they be allowed to have an abortion.
@Charles Manson, man people are salty on here lol if it was a top commenter saying it, they'd have all likes
@The Law of Murphy, I can only respond to a couple points you bring up (you've brought up many good ones). Location is everything. Killing an undeveloped fetus inside the womb is not murder. Killing an underdeveloped child in its crib is. In this part of the world. In some third world countries, ending the life of a misshapen, premature baby is par for the course.
As for the overpopulation thing, that's an even touchier subject than abortion, because so many people refuse to even acknowledge that there is a problem. I argue that criminals should never be sentenced to life in prison. I am a firm supporter of the death penalty. It is not (supposed to be) a punishment. Putting a convict to death is simply to remove the individual from society. The drain on the American economy from penal institutions is ginormous.
The truth is, you cannot put value on life. It is a wish that we all have that is rooted in a complete fantasy. Bad things happen to good people, because bad things happen
@I Are Lebo, to EVERYBODY.
NOBODY gets what they 'deserve', because it's a false assumption that we deserve anything. You get what you earn. And sometimes you lose it.
So to ask what makes one deserving of life is a question without an answer based on a falsehood. No one deserves life, no one deserves death. Everyone dies.
The only 'answers' anyone can give will inevitably be coloured by their own prejudices.
No human is capable (or should be capable) of determining who gets to be born and who doesn't. Eugenics doesn't work. Hitler was only the most recent in a long line of horrible men to attempt to 'perfect' the human race.
@I Are Lebo, because we can't see the future. There have been many men and women who have accomplished great deeds that would not have been hinted at by their genetics or their upbringing.
So the ends almost never justify the means. That they do is a lie we tell ourselves to make us feel better about doing an evil act. Sometimes it's necessary, but it's almost never justified.
@TheKen42, in what world is comparing a fruit to a chair to an airplane is anything like what I said?
I'm assuming your reply is to my comment about a fetus being a potential child, not an actual child (the app doesn't actually say which comment you replied to).
Do you know what potential means? An unborn child is LITERALLY a potential child. It isn't a child until birth. Whether or not it's alive is a matter up for debate, but the slightest bit of medical knowledge states a child is a child at birth.
@Captain Charles Vane, the abortion conversation should be between you and your significant other only and should not involve the government controlling what happens to you once you're pregnant. That's the bigger issue.
@Lt Dubble Bubble, we live in that world. It's called contraceptives or getting yourself fixed so you can't have kids. Unfortunately, it seems it's the people who shouldn't be parents having the most children. :(
@Pizzazz, yeah, I responded before I read all the way down and agreed with pretty much everything you had to say, you got heated for a while, but ignorance can be upsetting
@Pizzazz, the videos have been debunked? So a massive media/government cover up went perfectly.
@knight of shift, I've never once even looked at tumbler (tumblr?) and no, I'm not closed minded. Closed minded would be calling abortion murder.
@Pizzazz, oh so the removal of life isn't murder. Well as long as we remove those pesky inconviences that are just so inconsiderate
@knight of shift, you're an inconsiderate inconvenience. Can I remove you?
@Pizzazz, well your fine removing the others so you are free to try, but killing something that can fight back maybe to hard for you.
@Ziggly Wigglyy, I agree. Everyone has their own beliefs and they should stay THEIR beliefs. Your views shouldn't control a stranger's life decisions for their body. ^\^
@Pizzazz, what? The videos weren't debunked....wtf are you talking about? What happened was a judge issued a temporary hold stopping more videos from being released until they could have a hearing on whether a law was broken in filming them. Even if found they were found guilty, it wouldn't make the videos a lie.
Not to mention that this is the first time in American history that a judge ordered a journalist to not release a story....
@Pizzazz, I see you're having a lovely afternoon. Sorry people are still arguing with you.
@Nomad2, thank you!
@The Law of Murphy, you pick the one time out of hundreds of other pics I typically do find funny to tell me I don't know how to enjoy this app? Okay, buddy.
When I see ignorance posted, it's guaranteed I'll say something. Don't like it? Don't read my comments for pete's sake...
@Pizzazz, I tend to respond to ignorance similarly. That much we have in common. I also didn't say anything about not liking your comments. You seem agitated. My point was that you seemed to be experiencing negative emotions regarding this photo and that it would be better to simply walk away than cause yourself any form of emotional distress. There was no sarcasm in what I said, I was merely trying to be altruistic. I'm sure you downloaded this application to make you smile, laugh, or enjoy the community. I am inclined to think that this picture has helped you to accomplish not one of those things. You seemed to take this much to heart and I don't think it will do much good to argue further. "Anger is drinking poison and expecting the other person to die." I could be wrong and you might enjoy everything, but if I'm right, I don't know why you would bother fighting with people who don't want to change their perspectives.
@I Are Lebo, This was in regards to your statement about "might as well call masturbation murder," which is quite a significant jump from calling a fetus a child, hence my comment, but I can see that my logic is entirely lost on you. And yes, I am fully aware of what potential means.
@I Are Lebo, first off I'd like to say sorry early in case your joking but those 2 things are not comparable. I agree it's terrible that the dentist killed a lion, but it's a lion they get killed everyday. A human life/ lives is different. And I agree with you on that last part
@TheKen42, it wasn't logic, I was guessing to what you were referring. Clearly, I guessed wrong.
And for the record, my comparison about "might as well call masturbation murder" wasn't a comparison. It was an exaggeration for emphasis of my point. Obviously masturbating is not the same thing as an abortion.
@creedfollower88, I'm assuming you're referring to my original post?
I never said the death of a lion is equal to the death of a human. They're not remotely equal. But some people have been getting angry at the press coverage of the poaching of this lion, bringing up the fact that "so many atrocities are happening in Zimbabwe, people are getting murdered and dying of famine, how dare you get mad about a lion!"
Those people are morons. Just because something bad is happening elsewhere (even nearby) doesn't reduce the impact of another bad thing happening.
@I Are Lebo, Man this was a long discussion. Its disheartening to see so many people get angry and lash out at others. I always imagine a world where people could put their anger aside and form clear and concise arguments on subjects like Abortion. Thank you Lebo for keeping it cool throughout this.
@Nomad2, I've come to the realization that cussing people out over the Internet accomplishes LITERALLY nothing. It certainly never wins any arguments, it NEVER makes ANYONE change their minds, and it can even be COUNTER productive, because it makes you look like a lunatic, and since when do lunatics ever know what they're talking about?
Also, I find that losing my temper on the Internet puts me into a foul mood in RL. I don't enjoy being in a foul mood. It has a tendency to ruin an entire day for me because I find myself obsessing about it. And unlike internet trolls, the knowledge that I put someone else into a foul mood and/or that I ruined someone else's day brings me little to no pleasure.
Now, I don't know if this makes me a good person or not. It does make me a practical one, though. I weigh the pros and cons of keeping my cool during an argument, and the pros outweigh the cons.
@I Are Lebo, plus, if you remain calm and cool for the whole thing, then deliver the perfect intellectual burn, you can actually make people cry. 😈
@I Are Lebo, Oh man I could never make someone cry even if that person is being rude to me or someone else. I think the best thing is when I see that their logic has been defeated and they have to adopt a better argument or concede gracefully.
@Awc123awc, Hahahaha fvck me I have never had so many down votes on a comment I must be doing something right ;)
@Pizzazz, True indeed on that last sentence (shakes fist at a group of youngsters). To your first, it isn't that world yet if abortions are still a debate hot enough to spark off the comments sections like this. Man I haven't seem em this firey since Atheilogical Flame War of 012' Boy that was scary.
@CrazyRightWinger, yes... A bunch of overpaid political slackers, who do nothing for the country as it is, all came together to conspire to cover up some moron's biased heavily-edited videos. That's as logical as the conspiracy of the entire world's medical experts covering up how evil vaccines are and how they're actually for population control.
You need to turn the internet off for a while.
@TheKen42, in the first trimester, it's not a child, it's a potential child. A zygote. A cluster of cells that doesn't even have a heart yet.
You shouldn't have an abortion after the first trimester unless it is for medical reasons. You have plenty of time to talk about whether or not you want to have an abortion with your significant other before the second trimester.
Also, let me ask you this: who would want a child with someone who doesn't want a child with them? A person with issues.
@Pizzazz, only I wasn't bitching, you were, and still are...you sound like a child
@knight of shift, not really when I used to have pet bears and play wrestled them. You're nothing compared to that.
@The Antagonist, please paste where exactly I bitched in my original comment? I merely explained why the picture was wrong and stupid. YOUR post was the bitchy one because it's obvious you can't handle someone having a different view than yours. So you became a defensive child and posted an unnecessary rude comment instead of being mature and developing a good discussion like the adults above. So, once again, quit bitching and being a little bitch. Pot, meet kettle.
@The Law of Murphy, nope, not angry. It's just really easy to tell others to shut up. If anything, it's good therapy. ^_^
Actually... Fox News talks about the top one, then all others talk about the bottom. Just depends on what side of politics you're on.
@MrLampoon, except the videos are fake. Been proven for a while. Just depends if you enjoy being lied to
@hollow114, you mean the planned parenthood videos? I haven't heard of them being fake, but I will look in to it (mainly the sources of the stories!
Thanks for pointing that out, I hate being ignorant about current events
@MrLampoon, the people are being charged with something. Defimation, I think
Planned parenthood does not sell body parts. That's ridiculous.
Who knew funny pics was filled with backwards hillbillies.
Except that didn't happen and the videos were doctored.
People will lose their minds over everything. Just piss everyone off, it's easier than the impossible task of pleasing everyone.
@YouNeedADictionary, two words: natural selection. But then again, i may be dead if not for the loss of it. Eh...
@Blackfrost273, you can't lose natural selection, you can only change the criteria
How anyone who has a child can support abortion is beyond me.
@CrazyRightWinger, my son was born at 24 weeks. If anyone has seen the video where you can clearly see hands and fingers at 10 weeks I don't know how you could still think it's not a big deal. Abortion is absolutely despicable.
I agree with this picture, but it really does not belong on "Funny Pics".
Is this funnypics or debatepics?
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I kinda feel bad for that guy, he had no idea that was such a beloved animal.
@I can spell, he knew. He didn't care.
@I can spell, actually he knew what he was doing and has been caught poaching a bear before along with illegally fishing. Plus the collars on those lions are huge. He knew.
@Pizzazz, *Queen Mary* Off with his head!
@Blackfrost273, too soon?
@Pizzazz, Regardless, the "mob justice" that was dispensed is enough for me to feel for him, whether or not he was guilty
@TheKen42, I don't agree with the crazies wanting to kill him. But I do not feel bad for him because his actions met with consequences and having the crazies after him is part of that and he has to deal with it. Not my problem. I do hope he gets fined a good amount and does some jail time along with having to apologize to all the people in Zimbabwe who will now lose the tourism funds they needed to survive. The lions bring in millions a year for them, especially Cecil.
Honest confusion here: do people save their aborted fetuses? Or, I guess what I'm getting at is why would anyone care if they were selling the stuff? Do they want a keepsake? Or do they want it destroyed to make sure it stays dead?
@Hellabaloo, No, they don't. I don't think it's even legal to do so.
@Pizzazz, which part? Theres three questions...
@Pizzazz, it's legal for planned parenthood to do whatever they want with the aborted fetuses
@Hellabaloo, *aborted babies
@Hellabaloo, they're babies, human beings.
@alextr1994, ok, I didn't intend to offend. But the parents already paid to kill their babies so who exactly is upset that their dead baby corpse is being defiled further? Certainly not the parents I'd think. As for the anti abortion point of view, once again the baby has already been contract killed, so the baby can't be saved but what if someone else could be saved by the corpse tissue?
@alextr1994, side note, I am actually against planned parenthood, I just phrased my original comment the way I did to get the least biased answer. Introspective side note: I guess I've also realized that I don't have much respect for the dead... I don't understand why we hold that concept in such high esteem.
@Hellabaloo, a good act does not justify evil, even if the outcome is a potential cute. Secondly defiling a dead body is an added evil which should not be profited from. As to your second comment, The dead are respected because we believe that death isn't the end, their souls are still very much alive. Thus, the way we can show them their due inherent dignity or respect is by showing their deceased bodies respect.
@alextr1994, fair point
@Blackfrost273, whether someone can keep a fetus once it's aborted. I don't think a sane person would ask for it, and I believe it's illegal anyway.
@CentaurMcSpazatron, You're right. I'm talking about the woman who aborts. I believe it's illegal for them to take the fetus. It's consider medical material at that point.
@Hellabaloo, people who are "pro choice" try to justify the murder by saying "it's just a clump of cells/tissue." But if you're using actual organs, then how can you call it tissue or cells??? If those are organs and they're being harvested how is it not murder?
@alextr1994, when you Jack off, you're killing billions of babies. Didn't you know? And how dare a woman get a period
@hollow114, lol ignorance, first off masturbation is wrong, however, a human being is formed when an egg and a sperm meet, I would have thought you'd taken 8th grade biology. It's ok, I'm here to inform.
@alextr1994, abortion is condoned in your bible. Didn't you know?
@hollow114, please show me where. I'd love to see that line I've been missing this whole time. Please do show.
@hollow114, I'm excited, this one should be good. Never heard this one.
@alextr1994, Leviticus, should a man think his wife has lain with another man. Can be taken to the church and given a potion. If she was unfaithful. She will miss carry. I've read the entire bible. I'm assuming you haven't
@hollow114, lollll pulling out random Old Testament verses is a blast. Though the entirety of the bible is pervaded by a simple message of not killing, one line taken out of context is fun to use. "Even satan can quote scripture"
@alextr1994, shall I quote all the old rules where stoning to death was permissible? Or when God made a bear eat 32 children. Or when incest was permitted. Or how about plagues and loss of free will?
@hollow114, alright brother, fundamental misunderstanding of biblical typology, biblical law and the most basic exegesis aside, I hope you're doing well. God bless.
@alextr1994, and is not masturbation is wrong some one line bull from the old testament? You're just another cherry picking Christian who uses the bible for their own agenda.
@hollow114, I prefer Catholic Christian but alright :)
Planned parenthood does what!?
the opposite of logic
Stop it. Everybody chill the fvck out.
Fun fact. Abortion is okay in the bible, if the women had a child as a result of adultery.
All the cubs in Cecil's pride are going to be brutally killed one by one now by other lions.
So yeah, he also killed babies.
So, and I don't mean to sound ignorant here... But can anyone explain? I don't exactly keep up with news so I have no clue about both of the things this pic is talking about...
@Sir Bionic, not sure what the top is, but the bottom is about a man who killed a lion from a sanctuary for sport (Also, the lion's name was Cecil)
@Sir Bionic, there have been at least 3 videos that have come out where people wired themselves and pretended to be looking for aborted fetal organs from people that work for planned parenthood. The content is traffic and disturbing. These people are very casually talking about how to extract a child from the mother without damaging the organs so they can be used for "research". It's horrifying when you think about being in the innocent child's position.
@Wild Style, welp there goes my faith in humanity
@Wild Style, I totally meant for that word to be graphic. Not traffic.
@Wild Style, the videos have been found to be doctored and fake. Fyi
@hollow114, A Person who works for PP went on a news network and said this happens. So even if the videos are fake (not) PP reps have already admitted it happens. They tried to say "it's just like donating blood.".. Oh but you don't have to murder someone to donate blood.
@hollow114, so FYI it doesn't mean it's not happening.
@Wild Style, they said there's no profit made. And no, no one has been murdered.
@Wild Style, and even if it is, who gives a crap, really. It's an Abortion. Calm your cherry picking bible mind
@hollow114, I wonder if you would have been understanding if your parents had aborted you. How would you like being ripped limb from limb? How is that not murder when you have a heartbeat in under 5 weeks gestation?
@Wild Style, I'm an atheist. A man of science. Babies can be remade. It's fun and easy.
That lion had a life it's no greater or less than a human life. A life is a life. He shouldn't have done what he did. Nor should people murdering or raping, stealing. Killing is killing whether it's a human or an amimal. Humans make me sick. It's all wrong.
@lolli14, if a life is a life, do you feel bad about the colony of bacteria on your hand you killed by washing your hands?
@Uraca Mesa, you're not wrong lmao
I'm always behind with the latest internet stories and trends and I don't know why. Anyone care to explain this lion thing?
@Boz, apparently a guy lured a lion out of protected zone and killed it for sport?? Not sure so call me wikipedia