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Post Reply How "evil" can you be? (Not for the faint of heart)
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I guess... Not everyone has my kinda sensibilities... But that's okay.
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Phersu wrote:


StateAlchemistAlex wrote:

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.



Some things deserve repetition.


I did not use queer as in the literal term of "gay". What has being gay got to do with our conversation? I thought you were smart enough to know that queer has other meanings than your standard prejudice view on it, just like gay meant cheerfully back in the days. Anyway dude I'm done with this conversation with you, I see your point and I hope you saw mine. I don't like to fight with people, but when I see injustices it bothers me. I didn't mean to offend you in anyway so let's get along.
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Actually, I've kind of developed a defense mechanism whereby I apologize too quickly and try too hard to accommodate. That's a sort of evil in itself, I suppose, and it makes the likelihood that I'd just let someone fall into trouble even if I dislike them a lot lower.
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Magical-Soul wrote:
My super visor is a retarded loser

He got fired, and it was preventable... I just didn't do anything, I didn't like him, and I didn't want him around, so why keep him around? He told me his story of how bad he needed the job, how he's on welfare and in poverty in a bad neighborhood and pays child support, how he didn't eat on his lunch breaks because he was so poor, how he takes the bus to work once a week and walks 6 days a week for 4.4 miles, etc. But I didn't care about how he would make it, maybe he won't? Heheheheh....

This is an interesting topic, because to the majority, it paints me as some conniving devilish, wicked freak. But in actuality, I didn't cause any of these things to happen, I just think there are people not worth saving. And there are.


You should be nice for the sake of being nice.
And the bits I highlighted in blue contradict each other. You deliberately screwed him over because you didn't like him. It has nothing to do with either him or your mother. It has to do with you.
You didn't like him, so you got him fired.
Him being fired was a direct result of your assessment of the situation at your workplace and subsequent actions.
And from the sound of it you enjoyed doing it, or you wouldn't be bragging to the internet.
You weren't put in a role where you had a choice to "save" somebody you had a chance to screw somebody over.
You took it.
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I don't know you but when you say you have recently changed it sounds like you don't really know who you are. It also sounds like you want to disassociate yourself from people. I don't think you're evil though. Probably just confused and looking for ways to lash out.

We all have to figure things out for ourselves I guess. Just try not to hurt others. You will regret it later.
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I'm nice alm the tme, but I get angry at people who don't have manners, the only thing is that I express it from the inside and not the outside. Something like this
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I think there's a small difference between allowing suffering and causing suffering. To think that some people should die and doing nothing to help them is a hair away from thinking that some people should die and helping them get dead. The whole construct of a personal sense of justice towards other people, and how it relates to our personal satisfaction, is a big part of why a few people are psychopaths and a few people are volunteer doctors dealing with ebola in West Africa.
I think it's amazing that everybody has personal morality which dictates to them how things should be on the basis of right and wrong. Even if people think there is no right or wrong, they still think the idea that "there is no right or wrong" is a right idea.
Considering this stuff in the context of a singular reality, it stands to reason that there is a singular actual "right," regardless of a myriad wrongs. Which is why people think of God.

If someone won't help their mom live, would they help their mom die? Considering the relationship, is it murderous not to help those who are close to us? I think that anybody who fed me, clothed me, or housed me, especially while I was helpless (like an infant) is deserving of my respect. But if I see no value in their having been a part of why I currently exist, then I don't see a reason to respect them.

If your mom gave birth to you I think you should be nice to her. That doesn't mean that you need to pay for operations or medical bills. If she cons your family and tries to con you, you can tell her you don't want to help her, but I think she still deserves your respect because she's your mom.

I can't understand really whether you sabotaged the guy who got fired, or just didn't go out of your way to make sure he understood that he was breaking a rule at work (which he already understood to be a rule?). If it was a guy you liked, maybe you would have helped him more.. But I don't think you should feel like it's your fault that somebody got fired for failing to live up to the expectations of the place you work at.

To hazard a guess, I think you've had a couple things happen to you which are pretty tough things to deal with. It makes sense to me that you would try out a more stand-offish approach; especially after having gone (going) through these two things and coming to realize something like, "maybe this is the way I should be from now on." Both of those situations seem a little, or a lot, traumatic. I hope you don't feel bad with yourself over struggling with how you should have, or will from now on, deal with this kind of stuff. It's not your fault that another guy gets fired for what he did, or that your mom gets cancer.

In thinking of the whole manipulation/con thing- for myself, I was married to an abusive and manipulative person who in some ways conned and betrayed me. If she had cancer, I would feel sorry for her, but not responsible for her. I don't think you owe your mom money, but I think you owe it to her to relate with her on the basis of a respect for what she's done for you.
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Maybe I'm misreading things, but I seem to notice a lot of folks confusing the idea of "being nice" with that of either "being socially responsible" or even "being compassionate." As for the evil bit, well, keep trying!
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Oh no! I am the faint of heart.
Worst thing I could think of is being late for class or steal a cookie (which I have never done).
I am a nice person. Why would I ever be evil? Being evil only hurts yourself in my opinion.
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I'll do anything that won't cripple me indefinitely within a brief period.
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All men have a good wolf and a bad wolf. The one who wins is the one you feed.

Good and Evil are human perceptual mentalities based on the current social class, order, and laws.

I am myself - neither good nor evil. Some things may be seen as good I do, and those same things seen as evil to another. I do not live to justify my life to anyone - Live so my life is justified to me.

Magical-Soul, Simply because you did not like someone you allowed them to get fired in this economy when you personally know how hard it is to find a job. Which, you probably might not, because your female and in my experience females often get hired before males. However, as the sun falls and rises must you too find your way out of darkness and into the light.

Wish you the best, Magical Soul. I hope you will live up to your name.
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finalmattasy wrote:

I think there's a small difference between allowing suffering and causing suffering. To think that some people should die and doing nothing to help them is a hair away from thinking that some people should die and helping them get dead. The whole construct of a personal sense of justice towards other people, and how it relates to our personal satisfaction, is a big part of why a few people are psychopaths and a few people are volunteer doctors dealing with ebola in West Africa.
I think it's amazing that everybody has personal morality which dictates to them how things should be on the basis of right and wrong. Even if people think there is no right or wrong, they still think the idea that "there is no right or wrong" is a right idea.
Considering this stuff in the context of a singular reality, it stands to reason that there is a singular actual "right," regardless of a myriad wrongs. Which is why people think of God.

If someone won't help their mom live, would they help their mom die? Considering the relationship, is it murderous not to help those who are close to us? I think that anybody who fed me, clothed me, or housed me, especially while I was helpless (like an infant) is deserving of my respect. But if I see no value in their having been a part of why I currently exist, then I don't see a reason to respect them.

If your mom gave birth to you I think you should be nice to her. That doesn't mean that you need to pay for operations or medical bills. If she cons your family and tries to con you, you can tell her you don't want to help her, but I think she still deserves your respect because she's your mom.

I can't understand really whether you sabotaged the guy who got fired, or just didn't go out of your way to make sure he understood that he was breaking a rule at work (which he already understood to be a rule?). If it was a guy you liked, maybe you would have helped him more.. But I don't think you should feel like it's your fault that somebody got fired for failing to live up to the expectations of the place you work at.

To hazard a guess, I think you've had a couple things happen to you which are pretty tough things to deal with. It makes sense to me that you would try out a more stand-offish approach; especially after having gone (going) through these two things and coming to realize something like, "maybe this is the way I should be from now on." Both of those situations seem a little, or a lot, traumatic. I hope you don't feel bad with yourself over struggling with how you should have, or will from now on, deal with this kind of stuff. It's not your fault that another guy gets fired for what he did, or that your mom gets cancer.

In thinking of the whole manipulation/con thing- for myself, I was married to an abusive and manipulative person who in some ways conned and betrayed me. If she had cancer, I would feel sorry for her, but not responsible for her. I don't think you owe your mom money, but I think you owe it to her to relate with her on the basis of a respect for what she's done for you.


Oh, nothing has really changed, in the past 2 months, I've been kicked out(by my mother) for very faulty reasons, but this has happened before. My super visor comments on how I look and says degrading things(in a subtle manner) to and about me. But this has also happened before, normally I would just voice. "Hey, you really shouldn't talk to people that way." But instead, I knew he was destructive and let him self destruct.

My mother? She's not inherently a bad person, at least not to everyone.

I was more curious about what other people have done, I laid some stuff out on the table, I can't be the only person on Crunchyroll with a more darker tinted side.

I'm not surprised that a lot of people see me as a conniving devil, but in reality, I never "did" anything evil.
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I grew up tearing the legs from daddy long legs until they were left with a single leg before letting them go.
I threaten to eat people's dogs and cats.

I'm not going further than that right now. Lulz~
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Ehhh . . . what ever torques your cookies.

Most of my relatives are like that so . . . . . ehh.
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How evil can I be?...Throw Legos on your floor around your bed in the dark while you sleep evil!
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