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User avatar #21791 - arsenymous
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(08/22/2012) [-]
Dear fj i have this obsession that when i grow older i will move to a city and risk my life to help other much like a super hero but with a low budget, i plan not to kill but i have no idea how to achieve my dream, i think that being a hero would be cool... so any advice?
User avatar #21986 to #21791 - rageisfunny
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(08/23/2012) [-]
Become an expert in martial arts so you can handle trouble.
User avatar #21996 to #21986 - arsenymous
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(08/23/2012) [-]
yea im thinking about the military firrst, then martial arts, then gun and sword play. Hell if i do this right i could be fucking batman.
User avatar #21852 to #21791 - freedomreturns
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(08/22/2012) [-]
Me and my friend actually planned a lot of this out. I'lll try and PM you what we came up with.
#21811 to #21791 - anon id: f111d2c3
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(08/22/2012) [-]
How old are you?
User avatar #21812 to #21811 - arsenymous
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(08/22/2012) [-]
currently 17 why?
#21826 to #21812 - anon id: f111d2c3
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(08/22/2012) [-]
Just seeing if this was potentially serious, or just some kid daydreaming after watching Batman Begins.

My two cents: the goal should always be to help people. Sometimes hurting other people enters into that equation, but not always. Make sure you're doing this for the right reasons.
User avatar #21887 to #21826 - arsenymous
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(08/22/2012) [-]
ive always been about helping people, i want to be the hero that will stop to get an old lady across the street and fight off crack dealers and gangs
User avatar #21798 to #21791 - arsenymous
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(08/22/2012) [-]
im liking these comments
User avatar #21796 to #21791 - smashingprodigy
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(08/22/2012) [-]
I happen to be flipping through the tv channels when something got my attention. It was a program dedicated to real life superheroes. I did not see the entire thing, just a small segment, but maybe this'll give you some idea or understanding.

www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&ved=0CFcQFjAC&url=www.mlive.com/entertainment/jackson/index.ssf/2012/04/captain_jackson_featured_on_dr.html&ei=9VM0UMT-GNS86QHS7YHYCA&usg=AFQjCNEfLM-jWMg17EH3QX1Lt9T06yduPg&sig2=rt5Zf45PlSi7OwCIHJ54uA
User avatar #21795 to #21791 - charasmaticjdub
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(08/22/2012) [-]
Prepare. Wear dark clothing at nighttime and have a lot of weaponry readily available for any given task. Make sure your cloths don't restrict movement. Wear a mask and change your voice when talking. Don't leave any traces of who you might be. This includes fingerprints, shoeprints, or any kind of DNA. Move quickly. You have to be to escape any given situation before police or criminal back up appears.

As a general rule, I think those without superpowers who want to be a nighttime vigilantes for others need to behave more like ninjas than anything else. And never take on a job that you can't handle. Don't want you gettin killed buddy