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How "evil" can you be? (Not for the faint of heart)
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Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14

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You sound like me, If I saw people attacking someone in an alley or something I would just walk on, I don't think it would even bother me either.


Ehh....how much cash do those people have on hand? I hear turnabout is fair play.
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If you were dangling off a death drop, and I could save you.....I wouldn't.

Not that I'm necessarily cruel, evil, or like seeing people in pain. I just don't care. It'd be like watching a rabbit being hunted by a wolf. You're the rabbit. Gravity is the wolf. The ground at the end of the fall is the wolf's teeth. If I were to help you, by pulling you up, or hinder you, by stepping on your hand or cutting the rope, it would either be because of curiosity or a random whim.


You're just trying to sound macho over the internet, let's be honest. Obviously if someone was in dire need of help you wouldn't just stand there, stop talking smack, pretending to be a psychopath or evil in general isn't a cool attitude.


Why would I help someone I don't even know?

A strangers life means nothing to me.

I have no problem with anyone that thinks the same about me, I don't expect a stranger to suddenly care about me in the slightest.
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You're just trying to sound macho over the internet, let's be honest. Obviously if someone was in dire need of help you wouldn't just stand there, stop talking smack, pretending to be a psychopath or evil in general isn't a cool attitude.


I just said I'm not necessarily evil, Sherlock. Rather, thanks to the Bystander Effect, it's likely I would just stand there, and likely you would too. At least if other people were around. Ooooh, psychology.

Also, macho? Not at all. I'm a coward. I'll admit to it. I have admitted to it. Now then, shall you try to insult and confront me again, like you just did for no reason? Yes? No?


Are you stupid? "If you were hanging off a cliff and I could save you I wouldn't " Now what part of that did your puny mind not understand? Bystander effect my ass, that rule doesn't apply in a circumstance where someone's life is in GREAT risk and you CAN do something about it. And do not decide my actions for me, any one with half a brain would lend a hand to someone who is in extreme need of help like that, being ignored because you tripped and are in some pain is different from hanging off a cliff and being able to do something about it. Fucking parasite.
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StateAlchemistAlex wrote:


Phersu wrote:

If you were dangling off a death drop, and I could save you.....I wouldn't.

Not that I'm necessarily cruel, evil, or like seeing people in pain. I just don't care. It'd be like watching a rabbit being hunted by a wolf. You're the rabbit. Gravity is the wolf. The ground at the end of the fall is the wolf's teeth. If I were to help you, by pulling you up, or hinder you, by stepping on your hand or cutting the rope, it would either be because of curiosity or a random whim.


You're just trying to sound macho over the internet, let's be honest. Obviously if someone was in dire need of help you wouldn't just stand there, stop talking smack, pretending to be a psychopath or evil in general isn't a cool attitude.


ive dealt with this guy before alex its pointless <.< all you need to know is that your 100% right and his "smooth" words dont change that

EDIT: about the bystander effect.... its put to use in "that guy just stole that guys wallet" and doing nothing. also used alot when overhearing racism. it in no way apply s that in a life saving matter a person would naturally sit there and watch if they could help
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StateAlchemistAlex wrote:


Phersu wrote:

If you were dangling off a death drop, and I could save you.....I wouldn't.

Not that I'm necessarily cruel, evil, or like seeing people in pain. I just don't care. It'd be like watching a rabbit being hunted by a wolf. You're the rabbit. Gravity is the wolf. The ground at the end of the fall is the wolf's teeth. If I were to help you, by pulling you up, or hinder you, by stepping on your hand or cutting the rope, it would either be because of curiosity or a random whim.


You're just trying to sound macho over the internet, let's be honest. Obviously if someone was in dire need of help you wouldn't just stand there, stop talking smack, pretending to be a psychopath or evil in general isn't a cool attitude.


ive dealt with this guy before alex its pointless <.< all you need to know is that your 100% right and his "smooth" words dont change that


It just angers me that because he feels that "he" doesn't help anyone, it dictates everyone actions. He feels that because he doesn't care about people, then therefore that must mean no one else does! This is the type of guy who just sits there and watches you and pulls out a camera while you're getting your ass kicked for an unjust reason.
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Are you stupid? "If you were hanging off a cliff and I could save you I wouldn't " Now what part of that did your puny mind not understand? Bystander effect my ass, that rule doesn't apply in a circumstance where someone's life is in GREAT risk and you CAN do something about it. And do not decide my actions for me, any one with half a brain would lend a hand to someone who is in extreme need of help like that, being ignored because you tripped and are in some pain is different from hanging off a cliff and being able to do something about it. Fucking parasite.


Yes, yes it does. There was a case where a woman was being stabbed to death in front of an apartment where a large quantity of people watched and did nothing. This was a case of the Bystander Effect where someone's life was in great risk. Said woman died. So, my puny mind? Sure. But if my mind is puny, yours is infinitesimal. That means indefinitely small, without quite being zero.

Also, my deciding your actions would be beneficial to you, as it appears you aren't capable of making correct ones in the long term. Maybe you should find someone to do so for you, aside from me as I can't be bothered. Try Mensa. I hear they're really good at thinking. Right, right. Mensa is a society for those with extremely high scores on an IQ Test that Mensa administrates.

Now, please cease insulting me, Plebeian. It hurts my feelings.
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StateAlchemistAlex wrote:

Are you stupid? "If you were hanging off a cliff and I could save you I wouldn't " Now what part of that did your puny mind not understand? Bystander effect my ass, that rule doesn't apply in a circumstance where someone's life is in GREAT risk and you CAN do something about it. And do not decide my actions for me, any one with half a brain would lend a hand to someone who is in extreme need of help like that, being ignored because you tripped and are in some pain is different from hanging off a cliff and being able to do something about it. Fucking parasite.


Yes, yes it does. There was a case where a woman was being stabbed to death in front of an apartment where a large quantity of people watched and did nothing. This was a case of the Bystander Effect where someone's life was in great risk. Said woman died. So, my puny mind? Sure. But if my mind is puny, yours is infinitesimal. That means indefinitely small, without quite being zero.

Also, my deciding your actions would be beneficial to you, as it appears you aren't capable of making correct ones in the long term. Maybe you should find someone to do so for you, aside from me as I can't be bothered. Try Mensa. I hear they're really good at thinking. Right, right. Mensa is a society for those with extremely high scores on an IQ Test that Mensa administrates.

Now, please cease insulting me, Plebeian. It hurts my feelings.


i wouldnt be talking about IQ's if you cant even figure out the diffrence between why a bystander wouldnt stop a stabbing (danger to bystander) and saving some one from falling from a cliff(non danger to bystander)
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Phersu wrote:


StateAlchemistAlex wrote:

Are you stupid? "If you were hanging off a cliff and I could save you I wouldn't " Now what part of that did your puny mind not understand? Bystander effect my ass, that rule doesn't apply in a circumstance where someone's life is in GREAT risk and you CAN do something about it. And do not decide my actions for me, any one with half a brain would lend a hand to someone who is in extreme need of help like that, being ignored because you tripped and are in some pain is different from hanging off a cliff and being able to do something about it. Fucking parasite.


Yes, yes it does. There was a case where a woman was being stabbed to death in front of an apartment where a large quantity of people watched and did nothing. This was a case of the Bystander Effect where someone's life was in great risk. Said woman died. So, my puny mind? Sure. But if my mind is puny, yours is infinitesimal. That means indefinitely small, without quite being zero.

Also, my deciding your actions would be beneficial to you, as it appears you aren't capable of making correct ones in the long term. Maybe you should find someone to do so for you, aside from me as I can't be bothered. Try Mensa. I hear they're really good at thinking. Right, right. Mensa is a society for those with extremely high scores on an IQ Test that Mensa administrates.

Now, please cease insulting me, Plebeian. It hurts my feelings.


i wouldnt be talking about IQ's if you cant even figure out the diffrence between why a bystander wouldnt stop a stabbing (danger to bystander) and saving some one from falling from a cliff(non danger to bystander)


LOL exactly my point!
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Typical wise ass, probably wears a fedora and has never been kissed, drinks mountain dew till dusk while orchestrating an array of shitty dub step music, like the holy neck-beard trinity he is seated with Doritos at the right hand. First of all, the woman was being stabbed to death, would you want to go and intervene in a knife fight? Of course not you retard. AGAIN, it is a different circumstance. You CAN'T expect someone to intervene in a knife fight but they can try to help by finding alternate solutions to the problem, in this case saving someone from a death cliff is a matter of choice, YOU get a choice in this matter, there is nothing that can stop you from helping this person in need of help. 2 totally different circumstances but again you're too ignorant and fucking stupid to think outside of the box. Essentially you can't put 2 and 2 together to realize this. For the love of God please stop talking like that "cease insulting me, Plebeian, It hurts my feelings" You sound like an absolute queer.


I wear a plain baseball cap, as my hair gets messy easily, I don't drink Mt Dew as the caffeine messes with my heart, I dislike dubstep(taste, you should get some), I shave regularly, and I don't eat Doritos. Next up, they didn't even call the police.The man left and came back to continue doing it, with plenty of time for an ambulance or a police cruiser to be called and to show up.

Queer? Making fun of gays, are we? Tsk, tsk, tsk. Quite hateful. You should be nicer to people.
Posted 10/6/14
Depends I'm typically a very nice guy and when people are mean towards me I respond in a nice way(though it doesn't keep my from thinking about knocking a person's head off if they are mean to me) or brush it off. However if someone hurts someone I care about then we have a different story. I'm out for blood if someone does something to hurt the ones I care about.
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StateAlchemistAlex wrote:

Typical wise ass, probably wears a fedora and has never been kissed, drinks mountain dew till dusk while orchestrating an array of shitty dub step music, like the holy neck-beard trinity he is seated with Doritos at the right hand. First of all, the woman was being stabbed to death, would you want to go and intervene in a knife fight? Of course not you retard. AGAIN, it is a different circumstance. You CAN'T expect someone to intervene in a knife fight but they can try to help by finding alternate solutions to the problem, in this case saving someone from a death cliff is a matter of choice, YOU get a choice in this matter, there is nothing that can stop you from helping this person in need of help. 2 totally different circumstances but again you're too ignorant and fucking stupid to think outside of the box. Essentially you can't put 2 and 2 together to realize this. For the love of God please stop talking like that "cease insulting me, Plebeian, It hurts my feelings" You sound like an absolute queer.


I wear a plain baseball cap, as my hair gets messy easily, I don't drink Mt Dew as the caffeine messes with my heart, I dislike dubstep(taste, you should get some), I shave regularly, and I don't eat Doritos. Next up, they didn't even call the police.The man left and came back to continue doing it, with plenty of time for an ambulance or a police cruiser to be called and to show up.

Queer? Making fun of gays, are we? Tsk, tsk, tsk. Quite hateful. You should be nicer to people.


queer (kwîr)
adj. queer·er, queer·est
1. Deviating from the expected or normal; strange: a queer situation.
2. Odd or unconventional, as in behavior; eccentric. See Synonyms at strange.

maybe learn what queer means before making stereotype assumptions. Your little show of fancy words and telling me to seek help on living my life really doesn't pay off does it? You waged war with me and I finished it. Who's telling who what? Ignorant wise ass's these days I swear to god...
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StateAlchemistAlex wrote:

you're pretty evil, that's all I have to say.

Especially when on your bio you have " I love to help others around me"

hypocrite at it's finest.


*Tucks hair behind ear*

I'm still like that... Just not for people I don't like, at least not anymore.

I said "since 2 months ago" and the bio is older, way older. But it still applies... Ya know.
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queer (kwîr)
adj. queer·er, queer·est
1. Deviating from the expected or normal; strange: a queer situation.
2. Odd or unconventional, as in behavior; eccentric. See Synonyms at strange.

maybe learn what queer means before making stereotype assumptions. Your little show of fancy words and telling me to seek help on living my life really doesn't pay off does it? You waged war with me and I finished it. Who's telling who what? Ignorant wise ass's these days I sear to god...


Queer nowadays usually means one thing. While I would respect an honest attempt to remove prejudice from a word, I highly doubt your use is so innocent. Either way, you should be aware of what it means nowadays and how it could be easily misunderstood. Unless you live under a rock or shun human contact. If you do, then I retract this statement. If not, then it stands. Like a boss.



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i once threw 4 pieces of candy into a crowd of 10 sugar craving kids....... yea, bow before my evil.
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I smack babies with bags of Skittles. Evil enough?


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i once threw 4 pieces of candy into a crowd of 10 sugar craving kids....... yea, bow before my evil.


Specifically Skittles, right? You take after your senpai.
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