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Spavaloo

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#35 - Comment deleted 06/27/2016 on Lone Star 0
#6 - I'm also playing a paladin of the sun god in my DM's setting. … 06/27/2016 on DM Hates Me +1
#30 - How much does Apple pay you to advertise for them in comment sections?  [+] (1 new reply) 06/22/2016 on He still has a lot to learn 0
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#101 - Bofa deez nuts, bitch 06/07/2016 on Tumblr-Comp #13 0
#69 - Yep!  [+] (1 new reply) 05/20/2016 on Brad Warcock Comp 0
#70 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
What's the point... Evil people will always justify their actions, and there is nothing anyone can do. All we can do is aspire to justice.

Notwithstanding this morose conversation, have a good day.
#67 - Well yeah, that's implicit, and I would take an equal measure …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/20/2016 on Brad Warcock Comp 0
#68 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
Yes...

Bach and Mozart's music, the works of Shakespeare, Cervantes and Dostoevsky, the inventions of DaVinci, the theories of gravity and calculus of Newton, all these and more were motivated by "pettiness, greed and fury" not genuine interest in life and making the lives of others a bit easier.

We don't need atrocity or conflict. We already have it. Life itself is one problem after another; first you struggle through your twenties to make a living, then in your thirties you either fuck up or succeed in a stable romantic relationship, in your forties you struggle to keep up with your friends, in your fifties your health starts to wane, in your sixties your friends one by one leave this world, and finally in your seventies or eighties you die alone and forgotten. This all goes without mentioning the wars and disputes, the conflicts of interest, the tragic accidents, the existential crises, natural disasters, the evils of corruption, the injustices, and, above all, the lack of meaning in all of this suffering.

This is what upsets me most. Life is already so hard, and people like you find pleasure in making it harder for others.
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#69 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
Yep!
#70 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
What's the point... Evil people will always justify their actions, and there is nothing anyone can do. All we can do is aspire to justice.

Notwithstanding this morose conversation, have a good day.
#64 - That's a pretty fair assessment  [+] (5 new replies) 05/20/2016 on Brad Warcock Comp 0
#66 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
Honestly, I understand the appeal of hurting those whom we perceive in want of punishment. But I try to never forget that this kind of fury, sometimes self-righteous and other times indignant, is responsible for all the atrocities of our species. Everyone thinks that they are doing something good when they hurt someone.

If it ever happens that you are inflicted unimaginable pain by someone, or that someone ruins your life or the life of one of your loved ones, remember that they were doing it because they were of your current state of mind.
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#67 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
Well yeah, that's implicit, and I would take an equal measure of joy in retribution.

And it must be noted- all of the greatest accomplishments of our species have their roots in acts motivated by pettiness, greed, and fury. In human society, atrocity breeds progress. Without conflict, we just stagnate.
#68 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
Yes...

Bach and Mozart's music, the works of Shakespeare, Cervantes and Dostoevsky, the inventions of DaVinci, the theories of gravity and calculus of Newton, all these and more were motivated by "pettiness, greed and fury" not genuine interest in life and making the lives of others a bit easier.

We don't need atrocity or conflict. We already have it. Life itself is one problem after another; first you struggle through your twenties to make a living, then in your thirties you either fuck up or succeed in a stable romantic relationship, in your forties you struggle to keep up with your friends, in your fifties your health starts to wane, in your sixties your friends one by one leave this world, and finally in your seventies or eighties you die alone and forgotten. This all goes without mentioning the wars and disputes, the conflicts of interest, the tragic accidents, the existential crises, natural disasters, the evils of corruption, the injustices, and, above all, the lack of meaning in all of this suffering.

This is what upsets me most. Life is already so hard, and people like you find pleasure in making it harder for others.
User avatar
#69 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
Yep!
#70 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
What's the point... Evil people will always justify their actions, and there is nothing anyone can do. All we can do is aspire to justice.

Notwithstanding this morose conversation, have a good day.
#62 - I dunno, I've derived a great deal of happiness from bringing …  [+] (7 new replies) 05/20/2016 on Brad Warcock Comp 0
#63 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
I don't think that you are a good person, then. Only someone immoral could enjoy inflicting pain, in my opinion. And this to anyone, Mao and Hitler included if we have to go down that road.
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#64 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
That's a pretty fair assessment
#66 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
Honestly, I understand the appeal of hurting those whom we perceive in want of punishment. But I try to never forget that this kind of fury, sometimes self-righteous and other times indignant, is responsible for all the atrocities of our species. Everyone thinks that they are doing something good when they hurt someone.

If it ever happens that you are inflicted unimaginable pain by someone, or that someone ruins your life or the life of one of your loved ones, remember that they were doing it because they were of your current state of mind.
User avatar
#67 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
Well yeah, that's implicit, and I would take an equal measure of joy in retribution.

And it must be noted- all of the greatest accomplishments of our species have their roots in acts motivated by pettiness, greed, and fury. In human society, atrocity breeds progress. Without conflict, we just stagnate.
#68 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
Yes...

Bach and Mozart's music, the works of Shakespeare, Cervantes and Dostoevsky, the inventions of DaVinci, the theories of gravity and calculus of Newton, all these and more were motivated by "pettiness, greed and fury" not genuine interest in life and making the lives of others a bit easier.

We don't need atrocity or conflict. We already have it. Life itself is one problem after another; first you struggle through your twenties to make a living, then in your thirties you either fuck up or succeed in a stable romantic relationship, in your forties you struggle to keep up with your friends, in your fifties your health starts to wane, in your sixties your friends one by one leave this world, and finally in your seventies or eighties you die alone and forgotten. This all goes without mentioning the wars and disputes, the conflicts of interest, the tragic accidents, the existential crises, natural disasters, the evils of corruption, the injustices, and, above all, the lack of meaning in all of this suffering.

This is what upsets me most. Life is already so hard, and people like you find pleasure in making it harder for others.
User avatar
#69 - Spavaloo (05/20/2016) [-]
Yep!
#70 - migueldecervantes (05/20/2016) [-]
What's the point... Evil people will always justify their actions, and there is nothing anyone can do. All we can do is aspire to justice.

Notwithstanding this morose conversation, have a good day.
#21 - ******* hell. The Domino's temptation is strong. I we… 04/29/2016 on Anon's grandma is lonely +3
#359 - A garbage cube! Addy, how did you know? 04/26/2016 on admin bought you a present 0