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#165 - llpanic (02/04/2015) [-]
Well... I see it more like a yuxtaposition between how most war games views war and military, everytime you find adversity on a game or a setback in any story you expect things to go better by the end and spec ops knows that, it plays with your expectations, when you see that WP scene you tell yourself (he surely will mend this mistake somehow) but as the story progresses you feel how the main character is going out of control even from you, the player, and the later stages you don't even know how much of what you see is real. And in the end the game let's you choose the final verdict on walker
#185 - anonexplains (02/04/2015) [-]
What? How long has it been since you played that game? Not just the white phosphorus, He feels guilt for every soldier of the damned 33rd he had to kill, he feels guilt for destroying the last of the city's water supply, he feels guilt for the death of his teammates, he feels guilt for the natives he put down who were just trying to make things right again, and then depending on your choices, he feels guilt for opening fire on a crowd of civilians, even if they did just lynch his teammate. The entire game is one long-ass guilt trip about how we kill so many "people" emotionlessly just to complete a game without even thinking about it. That's the parody. Call of duty rewards you for taking as many lives as possible. This game damns you.
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#162 - davyjonesbooty (01/31/2015) [-]
Nigga everyone needs something or someone to talk to. Think about muthafuckin Wilson from Cast Away. Without a person to talk to, you'd quickly go insane, which is why Tom Hanks' character had Wilson to talk to. If he didn't have something to talk to, he'd be internalising everything and having no social outlet which would screw his sanity over.
Solitude is a fucking curse. That's why Solitary Confinement can be used as "torture" in prison nigga
#248 - larknok (01/31/2015) [-]
Bertrand Russell, a clear extroverted philosopher -- noted that the had few friends, and could only really reside in his brilliant uncle in his youth. He hated his childhood and often contemplated suicide. He wrote at length about how this was a cause of a lot of his misery until he became an incredibly out-going and social man.
I had a very similar childhood, except I never found it once debilitating or unbearable.
OF COURSE "no human contact at all" is torture -- but I'm talking about living with small amounts of contact -- just as much as you like.
#38 - anonexplains (01/30/2015) [-]
Solitude actually isn't torture for the mad it only enhances their insanity.
#35 - ninjaroo (01/30/2015) [-]
Not at all. People have different views on being mauled by a bear, but you either see it as a bad thing or you already have something wrong going on upstairs. We're social creatures, and whether or not you crave interaction the overwhelming majority of people need it or they'll just slowly break down.
testaburger, it's not solitude if you can contact people. Even if you choose to leave, at some point you'll change your mind.
#58 - ninjaroo (01/30/2015) [-]
I haven't exactly researched hermits, but from what I know they live in families, live on the edges of society and have a small amount of contact, or come off as raving lunatics.
I mean, my google search of "isolated hermits" came up with www.oddee.com/item_98706.aspx, which includes families, a delusional Japanese soldier, a native who kills people on sight, and people with plenty of contact with other people. The only questionable cases are are #2 and #7.
#61 - ninjaroo (01/30/2015) [-]
Google tells me Tibetan hermits get visitors.
"The hermit had inherited the cave-dwelling from three generations of lamas, so that it held an accumulation of many objects of comfort and assuage. Still, the hermit had never left the vicinity of his abode, and while he received visitors he lived austerely, never lying down to sleep, for instance, using instead a gamti or meditation box in which he sat upright."
To be fair, this is a bit of a catch-22. To find an example of someone who had no contact with another human, someone would have had to have contact with them.
#41 - lolollo (01/30/2015) [-]
No one is talking about true solitude, either. The initial comment was in the value that's placed on solitude. You're the one who came in with this idea of "Well if you can make social connections, it's not real solitude!" which is asinine because the same can be said about the lizard in the contact. He was simply the last of his species, he could still make social connections with every advanced species already a part of the galactic social network.
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