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    hahaha...ur like those antagonist in manga's that have a good intention, but go to the extremities so it makes u look like ur a bad person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judgment View Post
    Well.....by "pure", I mean a world where humans don't exist, then the world would be "pure" without the corruption of humanity. That's probably the only way to make a world "pure" since humans will never get along with each other and conflict will always be there.
    mmhmm lol it doesn't leave us anywhere either... mass suicide isn't really all that great...
    though, *thoughful* this reminds me of some lyrics...
    Malcom solves his problems with a chainsaw
    Malcom solves his problems with a chainsaw,
    And he never has the same problem twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuce22 View Post
    hahaha...ur like those antagonist in manga's that have a good intention, but go to the extremities so it makes u look like ur a bad person.
    Hmmm.....since you put it that way, I think I'm gonna try to gain a powerful seat in the government of a country that posseses nuclear/atomic weapons....yeah.....you know the rest after that.......

    Next thing you know.......WWWIII......

    Well.....it COULD happen.....probably not by me though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judgment View Post
    Well.....by "pure", I mean a world where humans don't exist, then the world would be "pure" without the corruption of humanity. That's probably the only way to make a world "pure" since humans will never get along with each other and conflict will always be there.
    Well, if you are so for such an idea, feel free to start us off, chief. Otherwise, I will just take it as the boasting statements of a coward. Be my guest. Really.

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    Humans need to live on Mars!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverwmoon View Post
    mmhmm lol it doesn't leave us anywhere either... mass suicide isn't really all that great...
    though, *thoughful* this reminds me of some lyrics...
    Malcom solves his problems with a chainsaw
    Malcom solves his problems with a chainsaw,
    And he never has the same problem twice.
    How does he solve the problem of a chainsaw breaking?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    How does he solve the problem of a chainsaw breaking?
    Buys a new chain saw and chain saws the old one!!!

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    I apologize in advance if the following post is incoherent ('coz I'm damn sleepy).


    Given that many people are generally selfish and self-serving by nature, any society based on the principle of social solidarity must give the greatest rewards to those who contribute the most to society.

    Thus, those motivated by egotistical reasons would strive to contribute to society for their own benefit, while those motivated by philantrophic and/or ethical reasons would theorethically strive to contribute to society anyway. This would mean that competition would lead to cooperation and fostering the drive to leave this earth a better place than it was before us.

    The real problem with this idea is the practical application.

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    Removing religion is the easiest way to improve the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerimmortal View Post
    Removing religion is the easiest way to improve the world.
    Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot said the same thing.

 

 
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