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#593 - Make it sexy 11/15/2014 on comment and i post on your... 0
#19 - Thank you Based Admin and the Mod's that get to suck his cock.… 11/11/2014 on twitter bans you EASILY 0
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#121 - Hyped as hell for the Civil War! It has to be my favorite com… 10/29/2014 on Marvel announced this today! 0
#11 - Somewhere, this is probably an actual fetish of somebody's.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/23/2014 on Sexy +3
#13 - thepimpleoffury (10/23/2014) [-]
I love eating.... And wearing clothes to hide my horrible body.
#293 - The only thing I want of you in my picture, is your penis. 10/14/2014 on chance 0
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#9 - Couldn't **** her right in the pussy, had to eat …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/26/2014 on wat +9
#20 - anonexplains (09/26/2014) [-]
Why did you have to copy the 1st comment?
#12 - anonexplains (09/26/2014) [-]
Actually fish have a pussy, but it's called a cloaca. In fact some fish and birds have 3 holes, one for reproduction, one for urine, and an anus. Your useless fact for today. Bottom line there were holes if holes were what he wanted.
#42 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 09/26/2014 on Feeling loved. +212
#71 - anonexplains (09/26/2014) [-]
That's cheating. There is no black outline. Fuck off!
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read what it says.
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#184 - anonexplains (09/21/2014) [-]
"lol fuck you you sad virgin neckbeard fattie"

Or something like that, more than likely. At least that's how most of the "arguments" from Anti-GamerGate people on Twitter come out.
#11 - It sounds like he succeeded. 09/20/2014 on "he burnt all the cabages" 0
#21 - If I remember, Superman attempted to murder Doomsday more than… 09/20/2014 on Simplicity of Design +1
#20 - I see what you're saying, but to me, the idea that after all t… 09/20/2014 on Simplicity of Design +1
#14 - I see where you're coming from. However, almost all villains …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Simplicity of Design +1
User avatar #16 - captainfuckitall (09/20/2014) [-]
That's just it, though. To me, that kind of mindset is absolutely absurd. I could NEVER let innocent people die and evil people live because "I represent goodness and righteousness. It is not my place. I must be a shining example" simply because I wouldn't have the heart to stand in front of a crowd and give that reason as to why I let a serial-killing mass-murderer escape for the 50th time only to blow up New York. It's just absolute insanity, and I always got the feeling that heroes didn't kill people only because they didn't have the heart to do it and any type of 'moral righteousness' was just bullshit they spewed to justify their inefficiency (which is also why I hate Batman the most).
User avatar #20 - hotspace (09/20/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying, but to me, the idea that after all the trauma that these villains caused not only the world, but the heroes themselves and that the heroes still never kills them, is an amazing concept to me. Also, it's almost never the heroes fault that they escape, it's the corruption within the prisons that allows people to bust them out, like when Bane took over Arkham. As horrible as the situation becomes, the hero never goes against their beliefs. "A man has to have a code" I don't know man, to me I probably wouldn't be able to not kill going through what the villains do either, but that's why I like the heroes that don't, it's amazing their ability to stay true to what they believe.
#12 - I would have to disagree with you, I enjoy superheroes that do…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Simplicity of Design +23
User avatar #74 - zelivingzombie (09/20/2014) [-]
I feel like Superman has stopped realizing what matters and he has blurred his own line between right and wrong. Batman had a good point when he said that if you use force to stop the fighting then that solves nothing and I feel like the people around Superman (other than the Sinestro Corps) need to make him see reason
User avatar #57 - hydraetis (09/20/2014) [-]
So they don't have the right to kill but criminals do?

I definitely think Superman went way over the top but for the love of fuck, just because they don't have a badge they're not allowed kill someone who regularly and casually wipes out entire city blocks full of people?
#27 - anonexplains (09/20/2014) [-]
Batman Under The Red Hood - Ending Scene [Good Quality] This scene from Under The Red Hood kind of shows both sides of the argument. Although I think it's black and white enough that as a human being they have the right to kill people like the Joker that constantly murder people without a second thought. People that have ended hundreds of innocent lives and have no intention to stop, people that are known beyond a shadow of a doubt to have done these things, anyone in the world has the right to put people like that in the ground if you ask me.
User avatar #13 - captainfuckitall (09/19/2014) [-]
But what's a hero worth if they change nothing? It's no different than Captain America starting out as a poster boy for the Military because nobody thought he could make a difference. That's not to say heroes that don't kill don't make a difference; I'm sure they help people and make the world a nicer and safer (though not necessarily better) place, it's just that...characters like the Joker for example, need to die. It's not even an issue of whether he deserves it or not, it's just that keeping him alive costs FAR more lives than would be helped if HE were saved. That's all.

Depth, story-telling, and plot are all well and good, but I really just can't look up to a hero who has a morality crisis while everyone around them is dying. That's why I like characters like Rorschach. He was INCREDIBLY deep and complex, but his motivations were pure and simple: "There is good and there is evil, and evil must be punished".

Indeed a lot of the things the New Justice League did are horrible, including the killing of their own teammates but we have to remember we're not looking at it from the perspective of a citizen, who many would argue that the world is, in fact, a better place to live; but we're looking at it from the view of heroes with morality crisis'.

Also, that's one of the things that really made me dislike the comic over-all, it was just so bias and cherry-picking because the authors WANTED you to agree with Batman and see he was right, and so they made the New Justice League seem far more brutal than it was, simply by the narration of other heroes, than it had to be.
User avatar #14 - hotspace (09/19/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from. However, almost all villains are captured and sent to a prison of some sort, at some point during their reign. In a sense, Superheroes are bounty hunters and the courts decide not to kill them. Superheroes tend to hold themselves to a higher standard and to them, a higher standard would be an abhorrence towards killing.

Any superhero can kill and all of them think about it, but they don't, even if they are like wonder woman and trained in war. They do all they can not to kill because it isn't their place. I tend to dislike characters who do kill more because then everything they do because morally ambiguous. It's probably not realistic to paint them like that, but they become too dark in comics.

Also, I do agree that they could have made the new Justice league less brutal and made the story a lot more interesting, if they allowed the reader themselves to decide who they believed was right instead of shoving batman's side down their throats.
User avatar #16 - captainfuckitall (09/20/2014) [-]
That's just it, though. To me, that kind of mindset is absolutely absurd. I could NEVER let innocent people die and evil people live because "I represent goodness and righteousness. It is not my place. I must be a shining example" simply because I wouldn't have the heart to stand in front of a crowd and give that reason as to why I let a serial-killing mass-murderer escape for the 50th time only to blow up New York. It's just absolute insanity, and I always got the feeling that heroes didn't kill people only because they didn't have the heart to do it and any type of 'moral righteousness' was just bullshit they spewed to justify their inefficiency (which is also why I hate Batman the most).
User avatar #20 - hotspace (09/20/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying, but to me, the idea that after all the trauma that these villains caused not only the world, but the heroes themselves and that the heroes still never kills them, is an amazing concept to me. Also, it's almost never the heroes fault that they escape, it's the corruption within the prisons that allows people to bust them out, like when Bane took over Arkham. As horrible as the situation becomes, the hero never goes against their beliefs. "A man has to have a code" I don't know man, to me I probably wouldn't be able to not kill going through what the villains do either, but that's why I like the heroes that don't, it's amazing their ability to stay true to what they believe.
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