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Would you cull the human population?
Posted 7/26/14
I would. Out of the sheer excitement of it. But then again, I don't care about the future generations either.

Just the tingle that cull-ing people does. Yayyy..............
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Posted 10/8/14
Of course. For I am merciful.
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Posted 10/21/14
If everyone was sterile it would mean we could have sex risk free. WIN WIN!
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Posted 10/21/14
Probably. In a super fun way. Make it like a Japanese game show. Loser dies.
Posted 10/21/14 , edited 10/21/14

severticas wrote:

first world problems


Population is a bigger problem for the third world.


Fryklballs wrote:

If everyone was sterile it would mean we could have sex risk free. WIN WIN!


What?
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Posted 10/22/14

awune wrote:

sure, humans are annoying anyway including myself


thats an understatment lol
Posted 10/22/14 , edited 10/22/14

Sir_jamesalot wrote:
Population is a bigger problem for the third world.



hmm... why is it a problem?
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Posted 10/22/14
Like many have already stated - we are doing so much already to bring about the end we do not need to actively cull.

That's just wrong. (Who gets to pick? and would you like to be the one that gets culled.)
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Posted 10/22/14

severticas wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:
Population is a bigger problem for the third world.



hmm... why is it a problem?


largely due to a lack of resources like clean water.....that's why guilty people donate to those charities that show little kids in Africa on tv......


On another note I agree with breeding control. People that keep pumping out kids probably need to stop at three kids. When they get to 8 or 10 yea they need to rethink what they have done
Posted 10/22/14

severticas wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:
Population is a bigger problem for the third world.



hmm... why is it a problem?


Population becomes a problem when there isn't enough resources for the number of people present.
In the third world the resources are fewer and the population starves.
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Posted 10/22/14
China and India have the highest populations in the world (1.3 billion+ each) I'm not trying to be mean but let's be honest, that's pretty insane.
Posted 10/23/14 , edited 10/23/14

I don't consider that a problem in the third world (fewer resources). That has always been the case thus negating that the flaw is in the population per se imo. I believe rather than a lack of resources, the problem has always been in utilization of such resources and building bridges between the neighbors.
Posted 10/23/14

severticas wrote:
I don't consider that a problem in the third world. That has always been the case thus negating that the flaw is in the population per se imo


Do you mean that the lack of resources defines the third world?
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Posted 10/23/14
It concerns me that there are a lot of votes for "yes".
Posted 10/23/14

Sir_jamesalot wrote:


severticas wrote:
I don't consider that a problem in the third world. That has always been the case thus negating that the flaw is in the population per se imo


Do you mean that the lack of resources defines the third world?


i believe the panic is exclusive to the 1st and 2nd world countries. the fear has always been that third world countries will start to grow economically and afford to use more of the lack of resource.. have a bargaining power i guess. the deficit will first be felt by those who planned that they could be stealing from these countries centuries further into the future. this is my opinion.
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