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Crusader

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#51 12 years ago

so mass murder of women and children would not effect him, but a bloody cat that looked at him, nothing even happened is worthy of his becoming depressed about and to find his own morality, ive never seen or heard anything so daft in my life, only the modern western world breeds such mixed up people nowadays it seems, compassion for nothing and arrogance against something real and inhumane




Speer

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#52 12 years ago
Never Surrender;4273566so mass murder of women and children would not effect him, but a bloody cat that looked at him, nothing even happened is worthy of his becoming depressed about and to find his own morality, ive never seen or heard anything so daft in my life, only the modern western world breeds such mixed up people nowadays it seems, compassion for nothing and arrogance against something real and inhumane

Mass murder would affect him if he saw it on the other side of the street, but hearing about it or seeing it in a movie is different.




086goinfast

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#53 12 years ago

I've found something WAY sadder than that. Pokeclipse The best quote is from the sticky in the non-believers section lol!

Quoted by Junkenpo: I've been rather quiet as of now, but seeing as so many people are coming in to question our beliefs, I think it's time I said something. The majority of you who come in here and try to refute us, your only argument is "Pokemon aren't real because I can't see them, I've never seen them, and probably never will see them." Sorry to say this, but you are only one out of over 16 billion people on this planet, and just because you haven't experienced something, doesn't mean that's how it is. You can't see love, you can't see hate, and you can't see evil or good. You probably will never see them in your entire life, but do they exist? In my experiences as a human being, they do, and they are very real. According to you, we're all childish and are chasing imaginative figures that can never be. At the same time, I can reverse those claims onto you. How can you justify that what *you* belief to be true is real? Anything you believe in at all, how can you prove to a person who has never seen a car that it exists? Show them pictures? Easily forged. Bring others who also share the experience? Opinions can be easily tampered with. It's something you have to experience, it's impossible to simply explain to others. I could sit here for years, and you can reject our ideas for years. But in the end, there's no denying the real truth. For us, Pokemon are very real. More real than you can ever imagine. We KNOW they are out there, and they know that we are here. There have been signs, but they can only be seen by those who look for them. We're not doing you any harm in seeking, so why go out of your way to question us?

HAHAHAHAAHAHA!!

We don't question your inane beliefs.

inane –adjective 1.lacking sense, significance, or ideas; silly: inane questions. 2.empty; void.

I believe thats an admission of total BS. lol! This site is a perfect example of an EPIC FAIL.




Anson992

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#54 12 years ago
n88tr;4264796If it was a dog in the street, lost, I'd completely ignore it, I detest dogs, if it got hit, good, one less mutt, but the cat really hit a nerve with me.

I think that was totally unacceptable. I mean, honestly, tell me why you hate dogs? My compassion for dogs surpasses that of many, but I feel sympathy toward all domesticated animals. Dogs just have a special spot, and that really ticked me off when you said that, the horrors of me seeing a dog dead is just unimaginable.

I just had to put my dog down a year ago, it was hard for me, a dog that I had grown up with, and this really makes me sad.... thank you.....

Your sympathy towards the cat is misplaced in my opinion, we have tons of cats, young and old on my block. They generally have less to worry about, cats are lean and agile.... only once have I seen a dead cat body lying in the street...




Nemmerle Advanced Member

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#55 12 years ago

That has to be a joke, no-one's that stupid.

My parents sent me to a therapist who pretended to be my friend but betrayed me by giving me pills that stopped my visions of Pokemon!

Pokeclipse -> Trouble with my parents...

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Benzin

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#56 12 years ago

You know, there's a cat on my estate, every night it comes up to my window banging against it trying to get in, it's cold outside at that time of night and it looks frightened, it has a name tag but it never goes back to there, and when I try and pick it up it just moves away but stays outside my house, it's there til I go to bed and is usually there in the morning too, but this morning it wasn't there and I'm worried because I could've tried to pick it up and take it home.

EDIT: Don't worry it's still here, must've come down a bit too early.




N88TR

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#57 12 years ago

Never Surrender;4273566so mass murder of women and children would not effect him, but a bloody cat that looked at him, nothing even happened is worthy of his becoming depressed about and to find his own morality, ive never seen or heard anything so daft in my life, only the modern western world breeds such mixed up people nowadays it seems, compassion for nothing and arrogance against something real and inhumane[/quote]

Daft? Hmmm. Well that's how I roll, who I am. If you met me in real life, I'm sure we'd be atleast associates if not friends. Empathy is over-rated.

Speer;4273595Mass murder would affect him if he saw it on the other side of the street, but hearing about it or seeing it in a movie is different.[/quote]

Intelligence! Ty.

Anakin992;4274254I think that was totally unacceptable. I mean, honestly, tell me why you hate dogs? My compassion for dogs surpasses that of many, but I feel sympathy toward all domesticated animals. Dogs just have a special spot, and that really ticked me off when you said that, the horrors of me seeing a dog dead is just unimaginable.[/quote]

Honestly, a dead dog is a cheerful thing to me, esp an undisciplined one.

Anakin992;4274254 I just had to put my dog down a year ago, it was hard for me, a dog that I had grown up with, and this really makes me sad.... thank you.....

Dude, I am not taking a shit on all dogs, only the wild and untrained ones. Read my other posts, they'll fill you in... jumping to conclusions a lot here.

If you possessed a well-trained dog, good for you and society, but all the same, keep it away from me.

[quote=Anakin992;4274254] Your sympathy towards the cat is misplaced in my opinion, we have tons of cats, young and old on my block. They generally have less to worry about, cats are lean and agile.... only once have I seen a dead cat body lying in the street...

The circle of life, we rarely see the generations replaced. I got close to seeing it that night, but thankfully I didn't witness it.

[quote=Absent;4274673]You know, there's a cat on my estate, every night it comes up to my window banging against it trying to get in, it's cold outside at that time of night and it looks frightened, it has a name tag but it never goes back to there, and when I try and pick it up it just moves away but stays outside my house, it's there til I go to bed and is usually there in the morning too, but this morning it wasn't there and I'm worried because I could've tried to pick it up and take it home.

The story worries me slightly, but I think you're lying so I don't believe you. If in fact you are telling the truth, I apologize, but I don't believe you as you posted the story.

[quote=Absent;4274673] EDIT: Don't worry it's still here, must've come down a bit too early.

Regardless...




Anson992

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#58 12 years ago

No, I read you loud and clear, but truth be told, a wild dog is more afraid of you than you are of it.

Besides, you clearly said a dead dog on the street would be a one up for you, regardless of it being someones loved pet to you're knowledge. Even still, wtf is so bad about dogs? Explain it to me and I'll stop it, but like a cat randomly on the street touched your heart, me hearing someone bash dogs like that truly hearts mine.