>tfw i know a 15 year old who browses /b/, /pol/, /a/ and /r9k/ because he thinks its edgy and maymays
how do i convince this kid to leave this fucking site before he fucks himself up
>he fully believes everything /pol/ says
I came here when I was like 15 and I knew how to mentally filter bullshit. Now that I'm older I don't know if 4chan affected me positively or negatively. Probably the former because I feel like I belong here, and I haven't felt that anywhere else.
Politics are pretty weird. You can be 100% redpilled without looking at /pol/ if you only consume news from certain sources. I feel like I'm too gullible even though I try to be as moderate as possible. I end up swinging to both extremes and they're both fucking wrong. Everything is wrong. How do you even define wrong? How can you tell what's wrong? What the fuck is politics for if nobody knows if their idea is shit or not until it's already too late? I'm high and sad
Pol is always right minus dates and happenings
/pol/ is a better place for news than most mainstream news you faggot.
In fact, a considerable amount of mainstream news is fucking disgusting and exist purely to push the agendas and false narratives of their masters.
Pol pride world wide
t. Ben garrison
you're smarter than a 15-year-old- wow good job OP, way to lower the bar
let him be 15. most people grow out of it. even so, you aren't his parents. you aren't responsible for him. why do you even care?
When I was 15 I was a border-line euphoric atheist who loved picking fights online about which gaming console was the best.
now I'm 20 and I've grown up. let this experience the same thing
>pol is edgy and rayciss
>only spics believe pol
Considering that there are literal climate change deniers there that think that because the polar ice surface areas are increasing that global warming is a conspiracy, (protip, it's increasing because it's fucking melting, and volumes are decreasing) I doubt the kid is pretty smart.
Don't even get me started on the Ebola garbage, and so few people not knowing what an aerosol was. I hope they stop shitting up /sci/, soon, especially after getting BTFO there several times, since there are people that actually know what they're talking about.
I hate liberals and non-whites (especially muzzies) and I hate a large majority of /pol/ users
My 15-year-old brother browses those boards too. On one hand I'm proud of him for recognizing good trolling material but on the other hand I want to forward his IP address to CoreaMoot so he can get banned until he's 18.
I agree, evidence and verifiable data from experts that spent years on learning/making observations are redundant, they're all obviously wrong, because my opinion is way more educated then theirs, or they're part of the huge conspiracy to control people, somehow, with hundreds of thousands of people having to be involved without spilling the beans constantly, since every major news outlet is being controlled by the kikes trying to take over the world. Luckily we have these alternative news source like Alex Jones that just care about the truth and protecting us by selling surivival kits and vault seeds. People like him are basically saints in my view, since they have to ulterior motive in their mind and everything they do is pure altruism.
No, it's not correct merely because they said it. It's correct because they can back up their claims with actual evidence, well, unless you count in some theoretical fields that are more speculative, especially cosmology and quantum mechanics that work more model based, with little to no exprimental confirmations possible.
Are you actually retarded or do you think 'THIS EVIDENCE IS TRUE OUR THEORIES CONFIRM IT' is a valid backup for their theories?
Jump off a cliff you stupid son of a bitch, you have the handle of logic I wouldn't even expect in a middle schooler.
Sometimes circular logic works, here is not an instance.
>experiment is correct cuz we sed so
>we saw and that means this cuz we sed so
>what we see is rite cuz we sed so