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Would you kill a family member for 10 billion dollars...
Posted 7/19/11
Sure. I'd do it. Then I obtain 10 billion, and buy a spot at one of the cryogenic labs, and preserve the family member until they can be revived in the distant utopian future.
Posted 7/20/11

varnlestoff wrote:

Sure. I'd do it. Then I obtain 10 billion, and buy a spot at one of the cryogenic labs, and preserve the family member until they can be revived in the distant utopian future.


Your surprisingly sweet, Varn.
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Posted 7/20/11
Well accidents do happen now right ?.
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Posted 7/20/11 , edited 7/20/11
Well, the 10 billion dollars is very tempting indeed. It's probably more than I can spend for the rest of my life, but like 3 more generations.

But I wouldn't kill my family member for it. It wouldn't be the same anymore if you killed someone you love. What's the point of having a lot of money, if you have no one you can really share with? Sure you can share it with hookers and other things, but you can't really spend it with the one you love.

It's like having sex with a very expensive horse made out of gold. (Metaphorically speaking) Would you rather have sex with someone you love (by that I mean your wife, not your other family member) or having sex with something that is made out of gold?

You could spend money on a stranger you don't know and have sex, but chances are, you're most likely going to get STDs.
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Posted 7/20/11
I hate like 90% of my family so i'd do it for less
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Posted 7/20/11
Never ever! I can't kill my familly? They are wort more then money
Posted 7/20/11
I couldn't kill a stranger let alone a family member. Just haven't got it in me.


Unless it was the result of self defense, but that is an entirely different issue.
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Posted 7/20/11
Yes.
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Posted 7/20/11

iLoveBoobies wrote:
But I wouldn't kill my family member for it. It wouldn't be the same anymore if you killed someone you love. What's the point of having a lot of money, if you have no one you can really share with? Sure you can share it with hookers and other things, but you can't really spend it with the one you love.
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Implies that everyone inherently loves their family members.
Posted 7/20/11
I'll kill a spider for it? Pwetty pwease..? =D
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Posted 7/20/11

Lauriet wrote:


varnlestoff wrote:

Sure. I'd do it. Then I obtain 10 billion, and buy a spot at one of the cryogenic labs, and preserve the family member until they can be revived in the distant utopian future.


Your surprisingly sweet, Varn.


I'm not sure if this is sarcastic or not. It's a neat idea. I think I'd be willing to experience death if I got to be revived at a later time. That would be intense, to be able to know what death and if there's anything after death, is like.
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Posted 7/20/11
Nope, not in a billion years ^.^
Posted 7/20/11


Finally I found a person with an Avi of Yin....take me here, I'm all urs...

Maybe a 8th cousin or something, that I don't kno about...

Posted 7/20/11

Bio_Element wrote:


Teung wrote:

Money can't buy you happiness, so no.


o rly?


I couldn't have said that better myself .
Posted 7/20/11

MelodieLenora wrote:


Lauriet wrote:


varnlestoff wrote:

Sure. I'd do it. Then I obtain 10 billion, and buy a spot at one of the cryogenic labs, and preserve the family member until they can be revived in the distant utopian future.


Your surprisingly sweet, Varn.


I'm not sure if this is sarcastic or not. It's a neat idea. I think I'd be willing to experience death if I got to be revived at a later time. That would be intense, to be able to know what death and if there's anything after death, is like. :D



I was being dead serious. He'd kill them, put them in cryogenics, and have them revived when the world was at it's best. Even if he's being sarcastic, I'm not. It sounds like a genuinely good effect with a bad extreme. He actually managed to balance his morals. Maybe I'm the only one that got it, maybe I was the only one that read it as "I'm going to kill you, but I'll let you live in a world everyone ever born deserved to be in."

Of course considering me I read into it too much, and turned one of his remarks into something worth as surprisingly kind.
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