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OMG STOP BEING A MEENIE!!!! by ProcrastinatingStill OMG STOP BEING A MEENIE!!!! by ProcrastinatingStill
I swear there are so many spineless crybabies on this site that it isn't funny. This is a public site. People are allowed to express their opinions. If you don't like negative or controversial opinions then leave Deviantart,until you are mature enough to handle it. Trying to get rid of negative opinions is an infringement of freedom of speech.
But there are too many negative stamps!
Anybody who visits the stamp section frequently,will know that this is bullshit. Most of the newest stamps are not anti-stamps. In fact 70% of them aren't even opinionated stamps! If you claim that there are too many negative stamps,then it's obvious you don't visit the stamp section often.
Also,if you're that concerned about anti-stamps then don't visit the stamp section at all! Stop trying to silence people and learn to handle an opinion. If you get your feelings hurt over something as insignificant as an opinion,then that's pathetic.
Oh and one more thing. Having a negative opinion =/= trolling. So many spineless twats that were probably new to the internet called me a troll because of my opinions. Learn the definition of "trolling" before making accusations,kiddies.
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:iconthedreamminer:
TheDreamMiner Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2016  Student Artist
I agree. There's nothing wrong with them!!
Some people agree with something and some people don't! :D
Only reason I don't like some anti-stamps is because anti-stamps like,
"FNAF is WAAY better then Undertale!!"
Or "CHILDS ARE SO STUPID!!"
Well, I've got some news for people who make stamps like that.
Nobody Cares!  (Spongebob comment/chat emoticon) 
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:icondoqboi:
doqboi Featured By Owner Edited Jul 31, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There is something wrong with badly made stamps with impossible to read colors though.
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:iconjandn2014:
jandn2014 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2016
Burned!
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:iconwidward202thesecond:
widward202thesecond Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016
I do respect most anti stamps, but I hate it when stuff like this occur:
"I hate X. It's overrated cancer, and all of its fans are cancer. It's time to stop ok? No more! (chat/comment icon) "

Just an fyi, the it's time to stop meme, and cancer insults are becoming just as milked. (I don't hate filthy frank though.)

"I respect your opinion. :)
Its not an opinion. It's a fact. And why are you even here? GTFO you dumb fanboy."

He/She wasn't even being rude, and you still act salty. Pathetic.

(This next one is based off of a comment I saw a while ago. It made me laugh so much. )

MEANWHILE ON A [Gender] DESERVE RESPECT, TOO STAMP'S COMMENT SECTION

Feminsit: "No. [genders] don't deserve respect. They deserve to be extinct. The world would be a better place without them."

The most plot twisting part is when the feminist revealed they are the same gender that they were making fun of.
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:iconsailorshadey:
sailorshadey Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2016  Student
Most of the time, yes. There isn't anything wrong.

But sometimes, there'll be an anti, let's say, anti-homosexuality stamp, in which the creator is acting like a whiny brat and forcing his or her opinion down another's throats.

So yes. About 90% of the time, there isn't anything "mean" or "wrong" about anti stamps.
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Fullmetal0Thunder Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2016  Professional Filmographer
Yes, there is. I HATE people that hate someone based on their subculture, race, orientation, ethnicity, etc. If you don't think there is anything wrong with those then I am sorry, but you need a reality check.
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:iconpowerpuffwitches:
Powerpuffwitches Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2016
Yeah but you don't have too make a bunch of them over a few things.
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:iconiloveapples90:
iLoveApples90 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2016
Hahaha you're so funny you idiot! Says it's ok to express opinions and tells people to deal with dislike but then you just complain yourself, you 'talentless crybaby!' 
'Stop being a meanie' yourself
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:icontultsi93:
tultsi93 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
And there is nothing wrong with pro-stamps either. Anti-stamps are kind of pro-stamps as well, because your defending your negative opinion.
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:iconmonstermaster13:
monstermaster13 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah.. we are allowed to talk about what we like and don't like.   They really shouldn't be so judgmental.
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:icondabair:
DaBair Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Someone got butthurt because I made a stamp criticizing fake pronouns such as fae/bun/sprout/Sherlock/Castiel/cheese/fuck/etc.
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:iconsplatter789:
splatter789 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
At least put a seizure warning on this good lord
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:iconalpha-lion2064:
Alpha-Lion2064 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH SEIZURES
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:iconthatgrumpywriter:
ThatGrumpyWriter Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2015
This made me laugh so hard.
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:iconthatgrumpywriter:
ThatGrumpyWriter Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2015
Other than screaming "I'm a butthurt pussy!"

Seizure warning.
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:iconprocrastinatingstill:
It is not my responsibility to babysit epileptics. If they have epilepsy, it is THEIR responsibility to avoid websites that can trigger seizures.
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:iconiloveapples90:
iLoveApples90 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2016
Ok sorry I'm not sure what you're talking about? What do mean 'seizure'? Has this ever happened? Did someone die??
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:iconalpha-lion2064:
Alpha-Lion2064 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Isn't it against the rules to post content that could trigger a seizure? 
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:iconprocrastinatingstill:
I don't think so.
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:iconthatgrumpywriter:
ThatGrumpyWriter Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015
Humor much?
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:iconfluffybunnybaby:
FluffyBunnyBaby Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So true...... DERE IS NOTHIN WRONG WITH ANIT STAMPS OR ANTI GROUPS! HECK I AM EVEN IN A ANTI GROUP Party Hard icon 
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:iconprofessorshiro:
ProfessorShiro Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2015
Are you TRYING to give us a seizure?
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:icongeminice:
Geminice Featured By Owner May 28, 2015
Actually freedom of speech saves you from government persecution, not say...people telling you that you should spend more time supporting something that you like and less time attacking something that you hate.
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:iconiloveapples90:
iLoveApples90 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2016
You're so right! I agree!
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:iconprocrastinatingstill:
Well I see know reason to cave into the demands of cowards. Also I haven't made a stamp in months.
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:iconvincebae:
Vincebae Featured By Owner May 2, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I agree! :D

I'm surprised no one has said "omgf seizure warning plz". But eh, whatever.
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ChocoRose555 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015
unless it is anti-:iconmylittleponyplz: and calling the fans the cliche names of which haters tend to do alot
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:iconlola-rola:
Lola-Rola Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015
ZOMGGEEE U MEID EN ANTI STEHMP!!!!!1111!!!!U MEENIEH!!!!11111!!!!
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:iconajones123:
Ajones123 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015
YES
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:iconbrihanna25:
brihanna25 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015
Are stamps really that close to being art?
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:iconprocrastinatingstill:
According to this site. 
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:iconbrihanna25:
brihanna25 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015
Well alright.😤😑
Don't get me wrong I like stamps,really,but their are times where I really don't see the benefit at times. (That's just me)
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:iconcrazyman5291:
crazyman5291 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015
I think the stamps are supposed to express unique ideas in a nutshell. That might be the reason.
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:iconbrihanna25:
brihanna25 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015
They seem more like opinions though.
But I guess it's somewhat better than typically seeing a flowers or flags on REAL stamps
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:iconzilla19982:
zilla19982 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
"Trying to get rid of negative opinions is an infringement of freedom of speech."

While I agree with the post overall, let me tell you why that's bullshit. This is the internet, not the United States. Think of it as international waters; American laws and protections need not apply online--though what you do online like, say, download pornographic images of children--I use that example only because it's simple and emotionally and mentally evocative and cuts straight to the point with no middle ground--now these actions can be prosecuted because it's an act being done within the borders of whatever country you're in; the receiver can go down but the purveyor won't, not if they're in a country that doesn't have laws against child pornography. Internet law is...it's a mess, really. It's this big nebulous thing no one knows what to do with, politicians and companies here want to control it and police it like it's all an extension of US territory, but it isn't. It's like colonizing space and saying "Okay, heads up all intelligent alien life, do what you want on your planet, but if you step into space, even if you're still in orbit around your homeworld, you're playing by our rules." And that just doesn't really work, in theory or in practice. It's not just ours: so whose law should govern the internet as a whole? Should anyone govern the internet? Should it be a conglomerate governance and a series of guidelines from those nation's internet laws? Should there be any overarching law at all or should it just limit itself to the laws of whatever country you yourself are in, and if that's the case what about people who access websites with US or UK domains but are from other countries? What law does the website follow and what law do the users follow? And the users who are from less restrictive nations who post onto domains that likewise exist in less restrictive nations, are they breaking the law when someone from a more restrictive nation accesses and reads their words? Because they very much *are* speaking in a manner that's restricted in that nation, and they're doing so "in" that nation no less than they're doing it "in" their own nation.

Like I said: a mess, and there's really not any solution.

Next, dA is a private company. The First Amendment and the protections therein are a "promise" between the government and its citizenry, not a promise to be upheld by everyone in the country. Just like a company can fire an employee for swearing at a customer or calling a customer a "retarded fag", or A&E firing Phil Robertson, however temporarily, for his commentary on homosexuality, Jim Crow laws, and the "place" of women in society, or even Facebook or Youtube pulling down pictures and videos that get flagged by users. All of these entities are well within their rights to do that, and they are because they have no obligation to uphold the first amendment. All Freedom of Speech does is protect from government sanction. If free speech were a universal you couldn't be suspended for telling your teacher to choke on a chode. It doesn't protect from disciplinary action by large, nor even disciplinary action by an extension of the state government like the public school system, it simply protects against the government proper from infringing upon the granted rights by holding you accountable for your words and sanctioning you based on them.

Lastly, as an extension of that point, individuals speaking and acting as individuals have no obligation to uphold the first amendment. They also lack the power or authority to infringe upon it. Even if they have the power to punch you in the face over it, that's not an infringement of your first amendment, it's not censorship, it's an infringement to your personal safety, and that is what would be held against them in court. They have no power to censor you; they can talk over you, they can question your points, they can disagree with you vehemently, and that can make you annoyed, but they're not stripping you of your own power to vocalize your points. Even asking you to stop doing something, that's not removing that autonomy from you. The individual doesn't have the power to silence you without breaking a law against assault or other forms of violence, and even if they had such authority they'd not be held to the standard of the government because they haven't an obligation to uphold your right to speak.

Voicing one's opinion against or even trying to convince you to remove "negative speech" is not an act of censorship, because you still have the agency and ability to decline and continue on your way. An individual taking down a sign you posted on the whiteboard in the lecture hall or reporting an image they found inappropriate isn't an infringement on the first amendment. A corporate entity or a representative (like an admin) following through on the report and removing an image, deleting a comment, or banning a person is not an infringement of the first amendment.
The first amendment is only infringed when the government itself is censoring *and sanctioning* individuals who transgress the censorship.

And then there's things like hate speech and profanity not being protected speech in public areas, and profanity especially in locales where there's a captive audience, but that point isn't entirely relevant here.
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zilla19982 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 25, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Since a certain someone preemptively blocked me, hilariously ironic given the content they took objection to and that I'm apparently dumb for saying, essentially and among other things, "yeah, blocking opposing opinions *isn't* an infringement of that person's free speech":

Re: AJones123:
Um, that was kinda the point in what I was saying? That people can do what they want, including censoring themselves and others, and it's not infringement of free speech because legally it *cannot be that*?
Can you read? Is comprehending what you read a thing that you're able to do? Do you understand what the word 'ignorance' even means? Because something it damn sure doesn't mean is "in-depth legal analysis of why your cries about 'muh free speech' are absolute bullshit." Matter of fact that's kind of an antonym of ignorance in this case, whereas a lack of comprehension or an interest in conversation fits in line with the textbook definition of the word. As to immaturity, 'you're wrong and dumb and that's too long, nyeh' is hardly a codifier of maturity.

TL;DR: Take your own advice.
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Ajones123 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2015
That is super long and dumb. This is the internet. There are no "cyber police". As much as I disagree, people can do what they want. If you don't want to accept that, too bad. Stop being immature and ignorant.
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SkyTune7 Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2016
Yeah there's no "cyber police" because there's cunts like you roaming around the internet and being a dirty little cunt troll. 
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:iconprocrastinatingstill:
I didn't ask for a fuckin essay!
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:iconzilla19982:
zilla19982 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
And I gave it to you anyway. Your welcome.
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:icondewottgamer:
DewottGamer Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014
Would a Anti-Anti Anti Stamp be a triple paradox?
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:iconjarleynygmobblepot:
jarleynygmobblepot Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Professional Writer
Yassss...
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:iconsonicgirl1552000:
Sonicgirl1552000 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
I make a lot of anto stamps.
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:iconmastercobalion:
MasterCobalion Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
I got dA just to upload anti-stamps
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:iconpiggynpillow890:
piggynpillow890 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't think there is anything wrong with expressing your opinion, but it seems all you care about are anti-stamps. Why not make a stamp about something you like?
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:iconmutekrocodil:
MuteKrocodil Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
There is when they're a pain on my very retinas like yours.
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:iconthebeatlesrock123:
TheBeatlesrock123 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2014
And your comments burn my retinas, too.
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:iconmutekrocodil:
MuteKrocodil Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
That makes zero sense
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:iconthebeatlesrock123:
TheBeatlesrock123 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014
It makes sense, but there's this thing called intelligence you need to have in order to understand.
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