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#14 - Well I honestly would never have thought of doing that. Whenev…  [+] (1 reply) 19 hours ago on kazene's profile 0
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#15 - valax (15 hours ago) [-]
I'm creative and imaginative to the point where some of the more advanced and clever stuff I may do feel normal and average to me.
I'm rather good at problem solving and come up with creative solutions; think outside of the box. Not to doot doot my own horn.
Or used to be. I wonder if I still am. I hope I am.

Maybe, we'll see. I soon have to have 10 pages ready for for next week.
Right now I've just planned and designed first 8 or whatever chapters.
And characters.
#12 - Oh well thats a pleasant surprise lol. This is actually a pret…  [+] (3 replies) 22 hours ago on kazene's profile 0
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#13 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I'm pretty sure it's pretty normal. Like, to ask other people questions and use those as means of creating characters who feel different to yourself. Since we're our own lenses' slaves, so if was to make a character, they'd be just something that sprouted from within me, which could contaminate the character to feel every similar. So I like using other people as ways of making more diversity.
I also draw from shows and such, even if I don't notice it. But shows don't always let me look into such deep philosophical stuff when it comes to different people's views.


I'm right now working on a novel, sort of. This time I have a lot of different characters. So I have to give some diversity to them.

It's fine, we can continue chatting even if one of us goes to bed soon, or something like that.
Since it's 2 AM and I am about ready to go hit the hay, hahaha.

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#14 - kazene (19 hours ago) [-]
Well I honestly would never have thought of doing that. Whenever I tried creating, I always tried to twist it myself but I guess that may explain some of the flaws in the characters created. Cuz I mean, they are in some ways an extension of ourselves but with your method, you're actually taking someone else and their ideas and putting life into it. I can appreciate that kind of creativity.

I dont know whereabouts you live but it was about 6 pm when I first responded to ya lol. So if you would like to continue with any other questions, just drop one in and I'll respond to it as quick as I can. Good luck to you and your novel, as well. I hope you find and create what you're looking for.
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#15 - valax (15 hours ago) [-]
I'm creative and imaginative to the point where some of the more advanced and clever stuff I may do feel normal and average to me.
I'm rather good at problem solving and come up with creative solutions; think outside of the box. Not to doot doot my own horn.
Or used to be. I wonder if I still am. I hope I am.

Maybe, we'll see. I soon have to have 10 pages ready for for next week.
Right now I've just planned and designed first 8 or whatever chapters.
And characters.
#8 - Sure, I got a bit of time to give this a shot. As long a…  [+] (7 replies) 23 hours ago on kazene's profile 0
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#11 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why ask? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
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#12 - kazene (22 hours ago) [-]
Oh well thats a pleasant surprise lol. This is actually a pretty interesting way you're going about creating characters so I gotta give you props on that. I gotta remember this for future reference.

I guess its kinda utilitarian but I never really view it as that. Never thought to class such things that way anyhow. The value doesnt necessarily have to help everyone else when a person finds it. In fact, it should help the individual first and THEN if that person wants to, they can use what they have to help others. Comedians are fine examples of this. They're also usually the most "damaged" people as Christopher Titus put it. But yet they'll go on stage to make people laugh, forget their worries, and genuinely have a good time... and the comedians will enjoy it. They find joy in being funny and using that to help bring a smile to others.

There's also those who try to find something that just makes themselves smile or have a good time such as drawing (For their own amusement), listening to music or playing an instrument (I've met people who dont play publicly at all but thoroughly enjoy doing it by themselves), venturing out into an unknown country or city, and much more. The value of a person's life is really whatever they make of it and how they choose to use it. If they choose to use it at all, that is.

Also, you create stories? Such as comics or novels? Cuz now you have me really curious.

Another Also (lol), I may not respond right away for the next hour or so cuz I'll be away but if you wish to continue asking questions, I'll be back to answer as best I can when I do get back. I'm enjoying this so far.
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#13 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I'm pretty sure it's pretty normal. Like, to ask other people questions and use those as means of creating characters who feel different to yourself. Since we're our own lenses' slaves, so if was to make a character, they'd be just something that sprouted from within me, which could contaminate the character to feel every similar. So I like using other people as ways of making more diversity.
I also draw from shows and such, even if I don't notice it. But shows don't always let me look into such deep philosophical stuff when it comes to different people's views.


I'm right now working on a novel, sort of. This time I have a lot of different characters. So I have to give some diversity to them.

It's fine, we can continue chatting even if one of us goes to bed soon, or something like that.
Since it's 2 AM and I am about ready to go hit the hay, hahaha.

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#14 - kazene (19 hours ago) [-]
Well I honestly would never have thought of doing that. Whenever I tried creating, I always tried to twist it myself but I guess that may explain some of the flaws in the characters created. Cuz I mean, they are in some ways an extension of ourselves but with your method, you're actually taking someone else and their ideas and putting life into it. I can appreciate that kind of creativity.

I dont know whereabouts you live but it was about 6 pm when I first responded to ya lol. So if you would like to continue with any other questions, just drop one in and I'll respond to it as quick as I can. Good luck to you and your novel, as well. I hope you find and create what you're looking for.
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#15 - valax (15 hours ago) [-]
I'm creative and imaginative to the point where some of the more advanced and clever stuff I may do feel normal and average to me.
I'm rather good at problem solving and come up with creative solutions; think outside of the box. Not to doot doot my own horn.
Or used to be. I wonder if I still am. I hope I am.

Maybe, we'll see. I soon have to have 10 pages ready for for next week.
Right now I've just planned and designed first 8 or whatever chapters.
And characters.
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#9 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
Thank you! So much text, haha.
I'll read it. Gimme a bit.
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#10 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
#6 - I believe it does, yes.  [+] (9 replies) 23 hours ago on kazene's profile 0
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#7 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
Can I ask why you believe that?
Any explanation for that belief?
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#8 - kazene (23 hours ago) [-]
Sure, I got a bit of time to give this a shot. As long as you dont mind me asking why you ask? And how you came upon my profile. If you dont mind, of course.

I might ramble for a bit to try and answer this so please bear with me as I try to gather my thoughts. (I tend to do that while typing... bad habit I guess.)

Of course, I would say "Yes it has value. Otherwise, why are we here?" I believe that holds up to be a tad bit true... but not to the extent that some may find comforting or satisfying. Life has a value, but for each individual being that value is something different and is formed by what they do or how they do that certain something. For some, that value is easy to find and from there they must improve it, use it to help others (Or hinder. Unfortunately/fortunately, for some this is the case but thats going on a tangent to the real point), use it to help themselves, or use it to help the world. Many possibilities. For other people, it doesnt come easy. Some people wont know their value because they dont know how to look, where to look, or give up. But these are the types of people that must chase that value and figure it out I also personally believe that these types of people can shine brighter than those who had it easy. They're like diamonds in the sense. They know hard work, the value of said work, and how to improve themselves/others. Basically, they go through shit and are strong enough to overcome it. My favorite type of people. .

Adding on to the people who may be confused about the value of their life, or unsure if they have one, they are part of the people who must search for it. I myself will admit to being this kind of person. I personally dont know my value but something deep inside tells me a place where I can look, and hopefully find it. I want to overcome whatever is thrown at me so I can find whatever it is that gives me meaning. Those who feel the same must do the same or even better. In the end, finding value is satisfaction or being content with what you have, have done, or do in life. Whether it being a multi-billionaire, a game show host, a world leader, or even as something as simple as being a good father, mother, brother or sister. Sometimes the value in life is something right in front of us, or the journey itself to find the value. Its there for everyone, and I honestly hope people who believe they have zero value will come to know this. No matter how shit things may be, it will get better. And if it doesnt, you make it get better. Find yours, no matter how long or hard it may be.

I hope that answer your question. I think I kinda went off on a "preachy" tangent than what I should have but I dont know... just kept typing. There's more to this I believe I could say but for now, I hope its enough.
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#11 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why ask? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
User avatar
#12 - kazene (22 hours ago) [-]
Oh well thats a pleasant surprise lol. This is actually a pretty interesting way you're going about creating characters so I gotta give you props on that. I gotta remember this for future reference.

I guess its kinda utilitarian but I never really view it as that. Never thought to class such things that way anyhow. The value doesnt necessarily have to help everyone else when a person finds it. In fact, it should help the individual first and THEN if that person wants to, they can use what they have to help others. Comedians are fine examples of this. They're also usually the most "damaged" people as Christopher Titus put it. But yet they'll go on stage to make people laugh, forget their worries, and genuinely have a good time... and the comedians will enjoy it. They find joy in being funny and using that to help bring a smile to others.

There's also those who try to find something that just makes themselves smile or have a good time such as drawing (For their own amusement), listening to music or playing an instrument (I've met people who dont play publicly at all but thoroughly enjoy doing it by themselves), venturing out into an unknown country or city, and much more. The value of a person's life is really whatever they make of it and how they choose to use it. If they choose to use it at all, that is.

Also, you create stories? Such as comics or novels? Cuz now you have me really curious.

Another Also (lol), I may not respond right away for the next hour or so cuz I'll be away but if you wish to continue asking questions, I'll be back to answer as best I can when I do get back. I'm enjoying this so far.
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#13 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I'm pretty sure it's pretty normal. Like, to ask other people questions and use those as means of creating characters who feel different to yourself. Since we're our own lenses' slaves, so if was to make a character, they'd be just something that sprouted from within me, which could contaminate the character to feel every similar. So I like using other people as ways of making more diversity.
I also draw from shows and such, even if I don't notice it. But shows don't always let me look into such deep philosophical stuff when it comes to different people's views.


I'm right now working on a novel, sort of. This time I have a lot of different characters. So I have to give some diversity to them.

It's fine, we can continue chatting even if one of us goes to bed soon, or something like that.
Since it's 2 AM and I am about ready to go hit the hay, hahaha.

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#14 - kazene (19 hours ago) [-]
Well I honestly would never have thought of doing that. Whenever I tried creating, I always tried to twist it myself but I guess that may explain some of the flaws in the characters created. Cuz I mean, they are in some ways an extension of ourselves but with your method, you're actually taking someone else and their ideas and putting life into it. I can appreciate that kind of creativity.

I dont know whereabouts you live but it was about 6 pm when I first responded to ya lol. So if you would like to continue with any other questions, just drop one in and I'll respond to it as quick as I can. Good luck to you and your novel, as well. I hope you find and create what you're looking for.
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#15 - valax (15 hours ago) [-]
I'm creative and imaginative to the point where some of the more advanced and clever stuff I may do feel normal and average to me.
I'm rather good at problem solving and come up with creative solutions; think outside of the box. Not to doot doot my own horn.
Or used to be. I wonder if I still am. I hope I am.

Maybe, we'll see. I soon have to have 10 pages ready for for next week.
Right now I've just planned and designed first 8 or whatever chapters.
And characters.
User avatar
#9 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
Thank you! So much text, haha.
I'll read it. Gimme a bit.
User avatar
#10 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
#4 - A comment... on MY profile?? Mein Gott, I'm flattered. …  [+] (11 replies) 23 hours ago on kazene's profile 0
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#5 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
You're welcome, haha.

Do you think life has value?
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#6 - kazene (23 hours ago) [-]
I believe it does, yes.
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#7 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
Can I ask why you believe that?
Any explanation for that belief?
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#8 - kazene (23 hours ago) [-]
Sure, I got a bit of time to give this a shot. As long as you dont mind me asking why you ask? And how you came upon my profile. If you dont mind, of course.

I might ramble for a bit to try and answer this so please bear with me as I try to gather my thoughts. (I tend to do that while typing... bad habit I guess.)

Of course, I would say "Yes it has value. Otherwise, why are we here?" I believe that holds up to be a tad bit true... but not to the extent that some may find comforting or satisfying. Life has a value, but for each individual being that value is something different and is formed by what they do or how they do that certain something. For some, that value is easy to find and from there they must improve it, use it to help others (Or hinder. Unfortunately/fortunately, for some this is the case but thats going on a tangent to the real point), use it to help themselves, or use it to help the world. Many possibilities. For other people, it doesnt come easy. Some people wont know their value because they dont know how to look, where to look, or give up. But these are the types of people that must chase that value and figure it out I also personally believe that these types of people can shine brighter than those who had it easy. They're like diamonds in the sense. They know hard work, the value of said work, and how to improve themselves/others. Basically, they go through shit and are strong enough to overcome it. My favorite type of people. .

Adding on to the people who may be confused about the value of their life, or unsure if they have one, they are part of the people who must search for it. I myself will admit to being this kind of person. I personally dont know my value but something deep inside tells me a place where I can look, and hopefully find it. I want to overcome whatever is thrown at me so I can find whatever it is that gives me meaning. Those who feel the same must do the same or even better. In the end, finding value is satisfaction or being content with what you have, have done, or do in life. Whether it being a multi-billionaire, a game show host, a world leader, or even as something as simple as being a good father, mother, brother or sister. Sometimes the value in life is something right in front of us, or the journey itself to find the value. Its there for everyone, and I honestly hope people who believe they have zero value will come to know this. No matter how shit things may be, it will get better. And if it doesnt, you make it get better. Find yours, no matter how long or hard it may be.

I hope that answer your question. I think I kinda went off on a "preachy" tangent than what I should have but I dont know... just kept typing. There's more to this I believe I could say but for now, I hope its enough.
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#11 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why ask? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
User avatar
#12 - kazene (22 hours ago) [-]
Oh well thats a pleasant surprise lol. This is actually a pretty interesting way you're going about creating characters so I gotta give you props on that. I gotta remember this for future reference.

I guess its kinda utilitarian but I never really view it as that. Never thought to class such things that way anyhow. The value doesnt necessarily have to help everyone else when a person finds it. In fact, it should help the individual first and THEN if that person wants to, they can use what they have to help others. Comedians are fine examples of this. They're also usually the most "damaged" people as Christopher Titus put it. But yet they'll go on stage to make people laugh, forget their worries, and genuinely have a good time... and the comedians will enjoy it. They find joy in being funny and using that to help bring a smile to others.

There's also those who try to find something that just makes themselves smile or have a good time such as drawing (For their own amusement), listening to music or playing an instrument (I've met people who dont play publicly at all but thoroughly enjoy doing it by themselves), venturing out into an unknown country or city, and much more. The value of a person's life is really whatever they make of it and how they choose to use it. If they choose to use it at all, that is.

Also, you create stories? Such as comics or novels? Cuz now you have me really curious.

Another Also (lol), I may not respond right away for the next hour or so cuz I'll be away but if you wish to continue asking questions, I'll be back to answer as best I can when I do get back. I'm enjoying this so far.
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#13 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I'm pretty sure it's pretty normal. Like, to ask other people questions and use those as means of creating characters who feel different to yourself. Since we're our own lenses' slaves, so if was to make a character, they'd be just something that sprouted from within me, which could contaminate the character to feel every similar. So I like using other people as ways of making more diversity.
I also draw from shows and such, even if I don't notice it. But shows don't always let me look into such deep philosophical stuff when it comes to different people's views.


I'm right now working on a novel, sort of. This time I have a lot of different characters. So I have to give some diversity to them.

It's fine, we can continue chatting even if one of us goes to bed soon, or something like that.
Since it's 2 AM and I am about ready to go hit the hay, hahaha.

User avatar
#14 - kazene (19 hours ago) [-]
Well I honestly would never have thought of doing that. Whenever I tried creating, I always tried to twist it myself but I guess that may explain some of the flaws in the characters created. Cuz I mean, they are in some ways an extension of ourselves but with your method, you're actually taking someone else and their ideas and putting life into it. I can appreciate that kind of creativity.

I dont know whereabouts you live but it was about 6 pm when I first responded to ya lol. So if you would like to continue with any other questions, just drop one in and I'll respond to it as quick as I can. Good luck to you and your novel, as well. I hope you find and create what you're looking for.
User avatar
#15 - valax (15 hours ago) [-]
I'm creative and imaginative to the point where some of the more advanced and clever stuff I may do feel normal and average to me.
I'm rather good at problem solving and come up with creative solutions; think outside of the box. Not to doot doot my own horn.
Or used to be. I wonder if I still am. I hope I am.

Maybe, we'll see. I soon have to have 10 pages ready for for next week.
Right now I've just planned and designed first 8 or whatever chapters.
And characters.
User avatar
#9 - valax (23 hours ago) [-]
Thank you! So much text, haha.
I'll read it. Gimme a bit.
User avatar
#10 - valax (22 hours ago) [-]
Why? I am curious and want to educate myself on other people's reasons and logic, should I create characters. I'd want to give them different views than I do.

You're taking an utilitarian approach to why human life has value? Since it can serve to help others?
#42 - Well when you compared him to everyone else, he's gonna look k…  [+] (6 replies) 23 hours ago on Local Cinnamon Roll Too... +5
#56 - kyleassante (22 hours ago) [-]
I don't know about lifts, he has pretty average, basic arms.

He just looks so kind and easy to be friends with. Whenever I got PoTG with him, since I don't have an intro for him, it's just him sheepishly smiling at the camera looking harmless, then the clip starts and it's me blasting people off the edge and then wall running to punch Mercy in the tit.

As a side note, my favorite voice line of Lucio's is "WOO, Jackpot!" because if you spam it while doing anything he's just going "WOO WOO WOO WOO" all around the map
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#79 - kazene (19 hours ago) [-]
He's average in a sense, yea. But thats probly his appeal in some ways. He's still pretty buff in the sense of muscle ton though so he'd have to lift to be able to do half the shit he does lol. Plus, I know some musical artists will work out for shows because they treat shows as if its a workout and must be prepared for such.

Also you gave me an idea for what voice line I want to get next since you said that lol.
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#66 - teedoubler (20 hours ago) [-]
I like "That's how you get tinnitus" because of the endless potential for archer references.
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#65 - turtlewithashotgun (20 hours ago) [-]
I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO DID THAT WITH THE VOICELINE

I love you
#67 - kyleassante (20 hours ago) [-]
you love me?
#68 - turtlewithashotgun (20 hours ago) [-]
always