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#85 - Well when you throw in cultural stagnation, that would likely …  [+] (2 replies) 03/18/2016 on uhhh 0
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#86 - thelastamerican (03/19/2016) [-]
Well, you're one of the more terrifying people I've ever talked to. "We should kill millions of people so that humanity can progress" is one of the more radical ideas, and you're not even phased by it. Applause.
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#87 - syrenthra (03/19/2016) [-]
Yeah.... I've also kinda considered myself more of a machine because there are times I don't have a reaction like I might. Like I'm not completely sure the death of my mother has really hit me yet and that was nearly a year ago.
I do still have emotions, so I'm pretty sure I'm not a psycho, and I don't think about just going and killing people or how things should be done, I just look at some things with way too much objectivity than I should probably and I'm pretty good at controlling my emotions, except when really tired, then its hard to control annoyance.
Also, I don't think the deaths of millions are required, it could just be another cold war if needed where there are probably thousands of shadow war deaths (which isn't much different than what we have going on now), we just need the drive to fund technological breakthroughs without as many restrictions.
#24 - While I generally agree with that, humanity makes its best tec…  [+] (4 replies) 03/17/2016 on uhhh +1
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#84 - thelastamerican (03/18/2016) [-]
I prefer a slightly slower march of technology over millions dying for no really good reason.
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#85 - syrenthra (03/18/2016) [-]
Well when you throw in cultural stagnation, that would likely hinder technology even more. Also, with destroyed cities, when reconstruction happens, cities can be rebuilt in more sustainable ways for the future. We all know that people are unlikely to want to rebuild entire cities for a sustainable future while everything is fine for them. Humans are a very "in the now" mindset species, we don't generally care for the well being of complete strangers 10 + years down the line, perhaps our offspring, but not even their offspring do we generally have forethought for.
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#86 - thelastamerican (03/19/2016) [-]
Well, you're one of the more terrifying people I've ever talked to. "We should kill millions of people so that humanity can progress" is one of the more radical ideas, and you're not even phased by it. Applause.
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#87 - syrenthra (03/19/2016) [-]
Yeah.... I've also kinda considered myself more of a machine because there are times I don't have a reaction like I might. Like I'm not completely sure the death of my mother has really hit me yet and that was nearly a year ago.
I do still have emotions, so I'm pretty sure I'm not a psycho, and I don't think about just going and killing people or how things should be done, I just look at some things with way too much objectivity than I should probably and I'm pretty good at controlling my emotions, except when really tired, then its hard to control annoyance.
Also, I don't think the deaths of millions are required, it could just be another cold war if needed where there are probably thousands of shadow war deaths (which isn't much different than what we have going on now), we just need the drive to fund technological breakthroughs without as many restrictions.
#21 - reboot means restart, like the new total recall or dredd or ro…  [+] (1 reply) 03/16/2016 on No movie spoilers here 0
#24 - anon (03/16/2016) [-]
I get it. By "nope" you meant "yes, the old ghostbusters did not exist in this movie"
#9 - Nope, its a reboot, not a sequel  [+] (7 replies) 03/16/2016 on No movie spoilers here +2
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#20 - ILIEKPEPSEE (03/16/2016) [-]
But it mentions the actions of the original team in that shit trailer?
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#22 - syrenthra (03/16/2016) [-]
The narrator does, but not anyone in the movie itself, its just a way for them to acknowledge there was another movie and this isn't original
#15 - anon (03/16/2016) [-]
>nope
>it's a reboot

Well which one?? If it is a reboot, then the original ghost busters don't exist in that paradigm
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#21 - syrenthra (03/16/2016) [-]
reboot means restart, like the new total recall or dredd or robocop. Those movies are reboots meaning redone, the new independence day is a sequel, not a reboot
#24 - anon (03/16/2016) [-]
I get it. By "nope" you meant "yes, the old ghostbusters did not exist in this movie"
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#23 - anon (03/16/2016) [-]
reboot = new cast, the old stuff never happened
sequel = new OR same cast (or mix), the old stuff DID happen

Syrenthra failed to clarify which one because he/she made a contradictory statement. What part didn't you understand?