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#22 - nocturnavg **User deleted account**
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#44 to #22 - fukluvmakesammichs
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(11/04/2012) [-]
brave new world or 1984 my friend. both express the thought of freedom, from the inhabitants, whilst from the outside clearly being in a state of slavery.
surely the difference between freedom and slavery is simply your perspective.
#28 to #22 - anon
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(11/04/2012) [-]
Really? put a free man in a cage and lock him away forever, is he still free?
#37 to #28 - neutralgray
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(11/04/2012) [-]
Yes but that seems a drastic difference than being out of the cage (especially since you specified locking him away forever) so that isn't really a "thin line."
#39 to #37 - neutralgray
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(11/04/2012) [-]
A better example would be subtle manipulation. In this one believes they're free while someone else pulls their strings, thus there is a "thin line" in that situation since the "slave" has no idea of his own "cage."
#41 to #39 - Jackimole
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(11/04/2012) [-]
AND THE THIN LINE IS THE STRINGS
HOLY ****
#42 to #41 - neutralgray
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(11/04/2012) [-]
Huh. Yeah. I guess you could say that.
#43 to #42 - Jackimole
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(11/04/2012) [-]
Another intelligent and articulate comment from Jackimole.
#35 to #28 - andnowducks ONLINE
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(11/04/2012) [-]
Well to be honest, if he can move around the cage, then he's kind of free, just a point
#34 to #28 - invisiblepleasure
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(11/04/2012) [-]
No, but then I suppose he crossed the line.
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