Profile overview for crazy_eyes.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

121 submissions to whatever

65 submissions to MaximumTheHormone

65 submissions to AskVoat

29 submissions to videos

28 submissions to funny

This user has so far shared a total of 308 links, started a total of 223 discussions and submitted a total of 18480 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 5033 and downvoted 588 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 17657 and downvoted 518 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

5 lowest rated submissions:

I don't know how many girlfriends you guys got, but, submitted: 1/21/2017 10:42:34 AM, -9 points (+2|-11)

Hey Everybody!!! Stop taking everything so seriously. I'M SERIOUS. Lighten up. YOU ARE GOING TO DIE. It's, submitted: 5/2/2018 6:46:12 AM, -8 points (+2|-10)

Parallel Universe Bowling, submitted: 7/23/2018 2:06:45 AM, -8 points (+4|-12)

Banana Slip, submitted: 7/23/2018 2:05:54 AM, -7 points (+4|-11)

My son told me about this high school party he went to., submitted: 12/20/2017 8:40:49 PM, -7 points (+2|-9)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

We may be back submitted by Atko to announcements

crazy_eyes 0 points 205 points (+205|-0) ago

The Builder submitted by PuttItOut to Voat

crazy_eyes 8 points 125 points (+133|-8) ago

A farmer and his son had a beloved stallion who helped the family earn a living. One day, the horse ran away and their neighbors exclaimed, “Your horse ran away, what terrible luck!” The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

A few days later, the horse returned home, leading a few wild mares back to the farm as well. The neighbors shouted out, “Your horse has returned, and brought several horses home with him. What great luck!” The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

Later that week, the farmer’s son was trying to break one of the mares and she threw him to the ground, breaking his leg. The villagers cried, “Your son broke his leg, what terrible luck!” The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

A few weeks later, soldiers from the national army marched through town, recruiting all the able-bodied boys for the army. They did not take the farmer’s son, still recovering from his injury. Friends shouted, “Your boy is spared, what tremendous luck!” To which the farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

The moral of this story, is, of course, that no event, in and of itself, can truly be judged as good or bad, lucky or unlucky, fortunate or unfortunate, but that only time will tell the whole story. Additionally, no one really lives long enough to find out the ‘whole story,’ so it could be considered a great waste of time to judge minor inconveniences as misfortunes or to invest tons of energy into things that look outstanding on the surface, but may not pay off in the end.

The wiser thing, then, is to live life in moderation, keeping as even a temperament as possible, taking all things in stride, whether they originally appear to be ‘good’ or ‘bad.’ Life is much more comfortable and comforting if we merely accept what we’re given and make the best of our life circumstances. Rather than always having to pass judgement on things and declare them as good or bad, it would be better to just sit back and say, “It will be interesting to see what happens.”

Voat needs an Angel submitted by PuttItOut to announcements

crazy_eyes 0 points 111 points (+111|-0) ago

Don't feel bad asking for donations, us goats love this place, and will do what we can to keep it.

3 lowest rated comments:

A north korean man collects grass for his family to eat submitted by 9-11 to pics

crazy_eyes 13 points -13 points (+0|-13) ago

So you're a jew, how about stop the oppression of the Palestinians Jew boy