I quite agree with you on this one and I’m aware my grammar may not be brilliant on this site (I only really worry about it when I know it’s being assessed for something important). I also love questions and getting answers isn’t necessarily the point of most of them, I think they’re necessary for getting people to think. So a question on the subject of animal morality? Since animals aren’t perceived to be as smart as humans (although sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference), does morality come as a...
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Yes I’m atheist, deal with it, I won’t attack your beliefs and I hope you won’t do the same to me. That doesn’t mean on not up for a well meant debate but, just be aware, I’ll probably win (I’m modest too).
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If your interested in reading more about a world of book burning and also a fan of weird dystopias which feel like they could happen in this world, I strongly recommend Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ about a man whose job is to burn books and, without giving a lot away, starts getting curious about them and the idea of freedom of thought and speech in a world dominated by TV and corporation. It makes you appreciate literature a bit more and also changes the way you think a little bit, too.
I don’t know whether anyone will agree with this or not, but I really don’t think mewthree is necessary. They already have some good mews; they’re both dangerous on the battlefield and are cool anyway, they might ruin it by adding mewthree. I think they should focus on improving other under-used or under-powered pokemon or adding new ones (fingers crossed for an ice-fire type).
I think this idea needs more development and examples which I can provide, first of all we must think of ourselves purely biologically and as animals rather than moral beings. The aim of all life is to pass on genes and ensure survival, is this better done as a selfish creature which takes lots but can produce lots for it’s family? Unfortunately doing so can lead to the downfall of others and may prevent the passing on of their genes. On the other hand, it may be better to be a benevolent creature which...
I’m a compulsive liar who, in my year of middle school graduation, won an award for honesty. I’m so compulsive and practiced I often convince myself of my lies.
Fun is Pokemon or if you’re weird like me, science! Unfortunately thinking science is fun leaves you with few friends, but screw people, I have split the light spectrum with a rock, extracted DNA from a kiwi using washing up liquid and vodka and I’ve also applied string theory to the payment methods of gardeners.
A towel, seriously do not mess with a man carrying his towel. You will die. No questions asked, no mercy, no hope. You will die. For the towel is the singular most dangerous and useful object in the universe, know where your towel is and don’t panic. If that fails due to more than one towel being in the room, remember the pen is mightier than the sword.
Dating you say, have you tried Ladies Night or Lets Get Physical?
Where’s my $1000?
Going by my name you might wanna guess, but I won’t say it outright because I’d probably get violently killed by certain groups who are supposed to be forgiving.
There was actually a guy who used a balloon (attached to a pistol) to kill himself, the helium balloon, lifted the gun and pulled the trigger for him. The lazy bastard. Item:The St Petersberg-Newcastle Upon Tyne Coal Trade Pact Headquarters
My weakness is holy books, they burn me, no idea why. And penicillin of all the things that kill me, it had to be a wonder of modern medicine.
Do you not know? Margaret Thatcher IS Lando Calrisian. You can tell because they’re both in blue.
You get mugged. I insert the engine from a Russian bus.
Anime character is a young girl, due to the rules of hentai/anime; she is violently raped in front of you by an octopus. You become scarred for life. I wish for a small island nation off the coast of Egypt.
Clap Clap Clap Round of applause for EA anyone?
The problem is that most of the quotes I’ve seen (concerning her death) have been from politicians form all fields; ranging from far left to far right, at home in Britain or thousands of miles away in Russia or the US. The quotes seem to be pretty similar, the conservatives praise her and anyone who isn’t a conservative just sort of says ‘she was very important’ without saying what they think. (I tell a lie there werea few Irish politicians who said harsher things; the strongest was ‘may she burn in...
This subject of ‘universal and local right and wrongs’ intrigues me and I’ve often considered the subject myself. I have a friend who is a perfectly nice person who isn’t violent or cold but has been classified as a psychopath. It’s not extreme but one main difference I’ve noticed with him is that for some reason he cannot grasp why bad things are bad. This may seem strange but for example he doesn’t see death as an ultimatum, it’s just a thing that happens like stubbing your toe and he believes it...
Sorry I should’ve made the statement clearer. that’s my failing; no-one else’s. What I mean is that the UN document for Child Rights was signed by all members except for Somalia and the US, whether those nations adhere to the rules differentiates If what you say about Afghanistan and Pakistan is true and encouraged by the state, then I begs the question ‘Why aren’t these countries being sanctioned or their decisions vetoed? The veto power nations do generally care about human rights but it’s possible...
Regardless of situation (whether that be area, company or clothes etcetera) we should be able to trust other human beings and hope that they respect us ,too. I know a lot of the time this isn’t true, that’s how crimes happen, but we regard rape victims as victims of any other crime. Are genocide victims asking for it because their group is within another’s country? Of course not, we can travel an live freely. Are murder victims asking for it because they did something negative to the murderer? Of course...