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Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 15:21

Two simple questions, meme. One, can you define your terms? And two, do you think people should have homes whether they want them or not? If so, why?

Normally, I'd also add a third question at this point, asking you to please specify what precisely you found to be illogical about my posts. But frankly, I've known you too long to expect an answer. Sometimes it seems as if, to you, words like "logic" (or even "trolling"!) are simply magic talismans; stock phrases to be invoked whenever you feel backed against a wall, regardless of their true linguistic meaning.

But you don't have to feel backed against a wall, meme! Not yet, at any rate. Right now, I simply want to better understand your position. What do you think, and why do you think it?
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 13:33

>>I don't think there should be homeless people, because people should have homes.

Well, I think we can all agree that people should have the *opportunity* to have homes, if they would like one. But that's not really what we're talking about here, is it? We're talking about people who are *voluntarily* homeless. People who could have homes, but choose not to.

The real question is: do you think people should have homes *whether they want them or not*?
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 13:23

>.Strawman, it's not about the phone, it's about the access to the fuckloads of money they pretend they don't have.

And I'm telling you that having a phone is not an indicator of wealth. You bring up all these things - phones, credit cards, computers - as if they are proof that a homeless person has money. They are not, as I have pointed out to you. If it's about the money, then make it about the money; the phone has nothing to do with it.

And speaking of money, how exactly do you know they even have money at all? Which homeless people, in particular, do you know who've got tons of easily-accessible cash just sitting around somewhere? Is this another one of those apocryphal "Hobo with a Lambo" stories? (swear to God, dude, friend of a friend said some panhandler was driving a BUGATTI!) Because even crusties from wealthy families do not necessarily have ready access to their parents' cash. Orcs, for example, seems to come from a financially solvent family, yet from what I understand, she has neither contact nor support from her parents. Maybe you don't know too many rich families, but rich parents don't always give tons of cash to their kids, especially if their kids have pissed them off badly enough, like by going feral and living in a punk rock traincar instead of going to Harvard like daddy wanted.


Anyway, I think at this point it would be helpful for you to define your terms, since you seem to have a rather bizarre perspective on homelessness. When you say "crusty", what precisely do you mean? Specifically, are you referring to people who sleep *on the streets*, or are you referring to people who spend time on the streets, but have a long-term residence of their own which they go back to every night? I will have further questions for you, but this one should be dealt with first.

Also, I'm glad you think Che was a mythical figure. I have long suspected this, too. As you read his various memoirs, it becomes clear that no actual, living human being could have been as hilariously incompetent as that guy was. My own personal theory is that Che was invented by the CIA, in order to discredit all trustafarian Commie-sympathizers and assure the American people that freedom would prevail over Marxist-Leninism. Another theory is that he was invented much later, sometime during the 1980s perhaps, by Reaganauts looking to sell t-shirts to dumb college kids who weren't buying enough ALF gear.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 11:40

What's the deal with people harping on about smartphones? Smartphones are pretty damn cheap these days. Whenever you hear people complaining about the "undeserving homeless", they always bring up smartphones as an example of the "decadence" of modern homeless people. Smartphones cost, what? Eighty bucks a month? Maybe as low as twenty, depending on your plan? When you're not spending money on rent or utilities or car payments or what have you, owning a smartphone isn't really that big a deal. Hell, many traditional i.e. non-crusty homeless people spend that much money *each week* on booze and drugs alone! Not to mention how handy smartphones are - *especially* for the homeless. Being able to access maps, call shelters, check Craigslist, and just have something to fucking do all day besides stare at an alleyway wall? These days, you'd be insane to be homeless and NOT buy a smartphone. Oh, and don't even get me started on credit cards. When you're in danger of getting rolled for five bucks, it can really help to have your cash stored in the bank and off your person. Do you bring big wads of cash with you whenever you go for a stroll through the local ghetto? No? Well, imagine strolling through there 24/7. Plastic money, yo, that's what you want.

What exactly do you think homeless people's lives should look like?! Should they all be living in shopping carts, eating cats and ranting about Nam? Otherwise, oooo, sorry, not homeless enough. Get more pathetic and then maybe I'll be assed enough to care.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 09:49

But would the Buddha have come to that realization, were it not for his time spent amongst the ascetics? The Buddha's crustpunk phase was a very important time in his development as a teacher and as a human being; if he'd come poeTV and listened to you, he probably would have stayed with his wife and been a good father, rather than embracing his true potential and founding one of world's greatest spiritual traditions.

Consider also the following: Gandhi. Diogenes. Che Guevara. St Francis. Wavy Gravy. Thoreau (sort of; he was more like the poser who buys a modest studio apartment in SoHo and then acts like he's a street kid). All of these people could have easily lived in wealth and comfort, yet they chose not to, voluntarily forsaking their material advantages. History is full of ascetics who could have easily lived amongst the ruling class, in the manner expected of them. Hippies, beatniks, Romantics, bohemians. Crustpunks are nothing new.
I'M NEVER GONNA DIE IN NO GHETTO
09/08/14, 09:06

I mean, you know what I did? I sat in an air conditioned office in the Ozarks, filing paperwork and running background checks to see if terrorists were trying to infiltrate the Engineering School. They were not. You heard of a party MOS, right? Well, I was the guy who *babysat* the party MOSes. I braved papercuts, carpal tunnel, and Article 15s for fraternizing with cute girls from the Chemical Corps. The closest I ever came to hostile fire was when some EOD trainees fucked up and remotely detonated a half-ton of explosives clear on the other side of post.

So at ease with all that noble humility, Old People! You're a goddamn bouncer.
I'M NEVER GONNA DIE IN NO GHETTO
09/08/14, 08:29

Man, OP, even the most cowardly 11 Bravo is a badass in my books. Don't sell yourself short!
Joan Rivers: Michelle Obama
09/08/14, 08:14

So what did Joan Rivers do to you, John? Did she diss Boxxy?
Finish him!
09/08/14, 08:09

The "foot" in the word football does not actually refer to one's feet. Rather, the name has it's etymological roots in the medieval concept of *footmen*, as opposed to the mounted gentry. "Football" was a game played on foot, rather than a game played on horseback. Therefore, a more etymologically clear version of the name might be "dismounted proletarian carry-ball".

Of course, the earliest versions of football were notoriously violent and chaotic, so in that sense I guess there is a very strong historical precedent for what this player did.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/08/14, 05:10

But you still have to wait for the cab. You still have to get the airport. And you need a charge on your smartphone, which won't always be available, even if you were smart and planned ahead. It can be tempting to play Angry Birds , when it's late at night, and you've got nothing but a pup-tent and a bottle of Kraken. But Angry Birds eats your battery charge, and once that's gone, you're alone again, until morning when you can recharge at Dunkin Donuts or the library.

And meme, what would you say about the Buddha? The Buddha was a crustafarian. He was an IRL prince, for chrissakes! Are you claiming that the Buddha was an asshole?
Catchy ad for a Japanese toy that turns eggs into a custard like substance
09/08/14, 04:57

Then you'd have balut.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balut_(food)

Most eggs are sold unfertilized, so there's no chance of you eating a chick (unless you were the unlucky person who got Chick Jesus). But eggs with half formed embryos are eaten in certain places, and some people consider them a delicacy.
MANIMAL
09/08/14, 04:44

Everything works better for Sailor Moon.
Finish him!
09/08/14, 04:43

Yeah, I would watch football if they did this on a regular basis. The players are paid millions of dollars a year to just run back and forth with a ball. Let them do some karate, for chrissakes!
Brutal Takedown by Walmart 'Loss Prevention' in Parking Lot
09/08/14, 04:35

Well, bouncers can be, and often are, sued over similar situations. Loss prevention guys are basically kiddie-pool bouncers, so yes, yes they could get sued.

Source: I am a bouncer.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/07/14, 19:51

Mulsims are allowed to eat and drink during Ramadan, just not during daylight hours. Still, it would be nice to offer your Muslim friends a sandwich and a coke, as long as it is nighttime.

It's also worth pointing out that religious fasting is done in much shorter bursts than voluntary homelessness. Religious fasters will rarely have more than a sixteen hour period in which they cannot eat or drink. The voluntary homeless may go for weeks, months, even years without a roof over their heads, and even if it is technically possible for them to give up and go home, logistical concerns can make the return a long and difficult one. If your parents have a house in the Berkshires, and you're freezing your ass off in a Detroit train yard, you're looking at a few days minimum before you can get back home, assuming you wanted to.

A better comparison than a Muslim, might be to a mountain climber. There may be a really nice lodge waiting for you, somewhere at the foot of the mountain, but if you're halfway up to the summit, you've still got a long way back down.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/07/14, 18:03

It looks to me like this video was made by crusties, for crusties.
Uplifting Embrace: Sponsor a Crustie
09/07/14, 18:02

On the one hand, I get why people look down on the voluntarily poor. The idea is that they're not *really* poor, that if things get too bad, a warm bed and a hot meal of steak and lobster is just a phone call away.

On the other hand, well, two on the other hands actually: first, homeless is homeless. If you're sleeping on a park bench, you're sleeping on a park bench. It doesn't matter if your dad's a lawyer or a convicted murderer you haven't seen in twenty years; it's cold, you're hungry, and if you die tonight then no one will ever know.

The second thing is, I've noticed a lot of the criticism leveled against crustafarians seems to be rooted in a very patronizing, WASPy attitude towards homelessness. This critique is predicated on the idea that the homeless are somehow less than people, that they're helpless, pitiable, one step removed from mere animals. Now, this meme isn't always an aggressively *negative* one. Some people - most people, actually - try to be "good". They try to "help" the homeless, in much the same way that a human being would "help" any other cold, hungry, stray animal. The intentions are good, but the attitude is patronizing, and the underlying premise is wrong. The homeless aren't lesser people; there is nothing inherently "wrong" with being out on the streets. It sucks, yeah, but in some ways it can be quite liberating, and at any rate, one's humanity is not contingent upon one's socio-economic standing; your membership in the human race can't be switched off for nonpayment of bills.
Bullies Trick an Autistic Boy with Fake ALS Bucket Challenge
09/07/14, 15:16

Were the bullies big hunky jocks? I bet they were big hunky jocks. One of them looked like Justin Bieber. And also they were half-wolf half-man centaur hermaphrodites. Mmm, yeah, you dump poop on that aspie, Wolftaur Dicksthrob. You dump poop and then you make him fuck his sister while we watch.
Teddy Tanks
09/07/14, 14:04

IF POLAR BEARS EAT FISH, AND BROWN BEARS EAT FISH, WHAT DOES THIS TEDDY BEAR EAT?

That's right, dehydrated plankton-meal flakes fortified with Potassium, Choline, and Betaine HCL additives!
Bullies Trick an Autistic Boy with Fake ALS Bucket Challenge
09/07/14, 11:12

He needs an entrance song. How about Disturbed doing a radio rock cover of "Don't Laugh at Me"?

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