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|#90 - I've never watched Dexter, so I can't exactly agree with your …||12/17/2012 on Some cold hard feels.||+1|
|#69 - I forgot to log in when I maid that comment, but I'm merely sa… [+] (2 new replies)||12/17/2012 on Some cold hard feels.||0|
#76 - skymuffinz (12/17/2012) [-]
I like your view on that, - But were his actions actually wrong? I've always thought that Light was similar to Dexter. They were both "pariahs" of society by their own choice. Neither did want to blend in, but both had to - Both killed people out of some Moral "code" -
What i'm trying to say is that, i guess you can't pinpoint actions like that to "good or bad" it all comes to personal view of "good 'n bad"
Soz for cheesy english, ain't my first language.
#90 - SexBobOmb (12/17/2012) [-]
I've never watched Dexter, so I can't exactly agree with your comparison of the two. However, I agree with what you said about Light being a 'pariah'. He gave people in an otherwise dark world a source of light to look to. His methods were a bit brutal, though. Personally, I feel that there is no such thing as 'good' killing, whatever one's reason may be for doin' so. I think the largest issue is that, after a while, he wasn't just killin' 'evil' people, he was killin' police officers, detectives, and FBI agents. They weren't even corrupt, either. They were just men and women doin' their job trying to stop a murderer, regardless of his/her identity.
Regardless of all that, I think one of, if not the largest theme in the show was justice. More specifically, how the definition of it changes from person to person. Hell, 7/8 of the show was Light's definition of justice colliding with L's, even though L was dead for the second half of the series.
Both of their ideals boiled down to one thing: A world free of evil people. L was a humble man trying to bring down a monster, while Light was a god, smiting a fool who stood in his way.
I could go on, but I feel that half of what I said doesn't connect with each other, and, if I did go on, these paragraphs would last another three pages XD
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|#50 - I always get feels from posts like this But, the…||12/02/2012 on Feels||+2|