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#54 - vortexrain (09/06/2013) [-]
The movie Jumper had me think seriously about teleportation. What about pressure change? If you went from the surface of the Dead Sea, 1,401 ft below sea level, to the highest point in Colorado, would you explode? What about pollution? If you teleported from somewhere almost untouched by it, to Beijing what would happen?
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|#78 - i never said that you couldn't expect anything in return, but …||09/02/2013 on Nice men||0|
|#60 - that's james' ulterior motive though, you can do nice things a… [+] (7 new replies)||09/02/2013 on Nice men||0|
#67 - Crusader (09/02/2013) [-]
I see that, but then, what defines a nice guy?
Someone who does something without expecting anything in return?
There is no such thing.
Never, will you do anything without expecting something to happen afterwards because of it, or your action being the something that happens because of another, previous, event.
It's the way the world works, it's causality, everything you do, is because
A - It will cause something
B - It is being caused by something
C - Both A&B
And never will you do anything without expecting some sort of return on it.
Let's say you mow your grandmother's lawn, you will expect something in return, be it money, love, a glass of juice, or a cookie, you expect something to happen eventually because of it, because that's the way the universe works, and our minds have adapted to expect what is coming next, have you ever done something and gone "I expect nothing from this" thought to yourself "There is nothing that will happen because of this event"
#141 - anonymous (09/02/2013) [-]
I'm sorry for сutting in your conversation, I just wanted to say that I don't agree that no one ever does anything just because it's the right thing to do. Just today I was walking home and saw a man lying on the ground, holding a hand to his heart. He was having a heart attack. And I think he was psychologically or mentally unhealthy, he couldn't understand what I was saying and kept repeating the same things over and over again. And he was very rude, he kept cussing at me and almost spit on me. And I called the ambulance and stayed with him until the doctors arrived. A few other people also stopped and asked if any help was needed. None of us got anything out of this, even a 'thank you', nothing, and for me personally it was very unpleasant because of how rude he was, but I still did it because I'm a nice person and I do what good people do without expecting any kind of reward.
#157 - anonymous (09/03/2013) [-]
The only thing that happened when I was growing up was my parents explaining to me that I should try to be a good person even if I don't get anything out of it. The same with everyone else who stopped to help.
And it's the same with relationships. I help my parents, friends and collegues even when I know for sure I will never get anything for it and they might not even know I helped them, I'll still do it, because it's good to help. You can't compare relationships between people to the trade of goods and favours, or 'points' for being nice, it doesn't work like that. If you do something nice and expect a reward in return, you're not being nice. If you volunteer and expect anything for it except for that feeling that you're doing something good and right and noble, then it' not volunteering. The reasoning for it is wrong.
#161 - Crusader (09/03/2013) [-]
Still, those are not you coming up with things.
It's, you had love and knowledge and decency given to you by your parents, and now, since you cannot give all of it back to your parents, you give it to other people, because they (while not knowing what you did) will still give you those things as well.
You have/had good parents.
#172 - anonymous (09/03/2013) [-]
The origin of kindness in people was not exactly the point of this argument. We seem to disagree about whether the motives matter in relationships between people, especially between close friends. If I was only doing good things for my friends when I was expecting something from them, I would not be a nice person, would I?
#78 - goodguygary (09/02/2013) [-]
i never said that you couldn't expect anything in return, but expecting a relationship for doing nice things doesn't make you nice. Being nice is buying a kid an ice cream cone, simply because they don't have enough money, or holding the door for someone to make it easier for them to get in, not to snag the girl you want.
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