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- Is housebreaking that common in the USA? No, really, I have no idea.
Poor confused creatures
home invasions while the people are home are a lot less common in the US than in other places like the UK
most defensive gun uses end with the aggressor running away
because people don't really like getting shot
i don't see how anyone can argue deescalation of violence by show of force is a bad thing
Depending on where you live really.
I currently live in a small town in the country, shit never really happens because they would get their balls shot off.
a while back I live in a city and shit happened to at least one person in the neighborhood once a week.
The city had a lot more black people, and when they got caught it was always a black person. but I'm sure that was just a coincidence and had nothing to do with it.
It's fairly common, but happens mostly when people are on vacation and update their facebook that they are on vacation letting their shitty friends or their children's shitty friends know that no one is home. However yes, it's also kinda common that random burglaries happen, especially in metropolitan areas.
- I'm trying to find the weather report one, can someone post it?
- ah, yes, being kicked out of places, the oldest jewish tradition
From the beginning of the fucking world. Literally.
- there's frames enough in this gif alone to make a doom weapon mod
Doom: Gate Edition
- if that game is chess the game should have ended already in a …
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- my favorite
- Survival movies where something is killing everyone one by one…
- this is golden
Random CS:GO bullshitery
Go watch the whole channel. SovietWomble on Youtube. He streams, too.
- "Oh no, he is going to unmask. This is one of that moment…
I understand where they were going with it.
I do not like where they were ggoing with it, way too wimpy and incompetent, it's really biting on my suspension of disbelief.
I mean it's pretty damn evident that he's not incompetent, I mean he can stop blaster bolts midair, and he's pretty good with the mind invasion and he had the strength to kill his own father. Just because he's in constant conflict doesn't mean he's incompetent, just that he's a lot more human than we were led to believe Vader was.
He maybe very capable on force related issues, but whatever has to do with maturity, he's a bloody brat.
I'm talking more about the
"I'M SO MAD AND ANGSTY I'LL DESTROY THESE RANDOM THINGS TO VENT" and the fact that even the soldiers go "uh... yeah, let's give him five."
And the fact that he feels like if someone goes "Kylo, you suck!" he would answer with "SHUT UP! YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND ME! *only Snoke understands me*"
Well yeah, but that's kinda part of the Dark Jedi thing, you know? You could definitely say Vader threw tantrums quite a bit, his were just more controlled. Every time someone pissed him off his first reaction was to just choke them out. He did it to the Death Star's
for lack of a better word
manager at the beginning of ANH for poking at the Force, then the Admiral who couldn't track R2 and 3PO, and Captain Antilles on the
Maturity wise, Kylo's obviously really stunted. A lot of pressure would've been placed on him from a young age from being called to help resurrect the Jedi order while living in the shadow of his uncle Luke. Kinda similar to Anakin growing up being told it was his destiny to bring balance to the entire Force, which is kinda the entire galaxy as far as it's concerned. And in both cases, it fucked with them and made them bitter and resentful of those around them, no matter how much those people cared about them, and pushed them towards people who merely saw them as tools (Palpatine and Snoke, respectively) to benefit personal goals.
Not only was Vader more controlled. His "tantrums" were more on a "show of force
Yeah, I just noticed the pun. No, I'm not gonna write it out
" side of the scale, I mean, "I find your lack of faith disturbing." that's not even mad, that's more "Ok. You listen here you little bitch.". Kylo is more on a "I'M SO FUCKING PISSED AND ANGSTY!"
"Sir! Plans have gone wrong!"
WHAT DID YOU SAY!?! THE PLANS CANNOT GO WRONG! AGHHH
I can understand why he was put on that role, however, he does not behave as if he posses the aptitude
which is so because of his "internal conflict"
, so what does that say of Snoke? Can't he perceive that? It would be very interesting if he was put on his position, but it was more of a front to keep him under control, he starts throwing a fit? This character comes in, calms him down, and directs his rage, having another character manipulating him to make sure he follows Snoke's plans, you know? Heck, you could put Phasma on that role and make her an actual character!
To be fair, if he was more collected everyone would go "BOOOOO HE'S JUST ANAKIN 2.0" so they had to make personality changes and a sith in training is probably not the most collected and calm thing you can find in the galaxy.
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