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Posted 5/2/15 , edited 5/2/15
Hero/Villain are simplistic ideals that dont apply to the real world.
Posted 5/2/15

megahobbit wrote:

Hero/Villain are simplistic ideals that dont apply to the real world.


This is true.
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Posted 5/2/15 , edited 5/2/15
you could be that neutral person in Anime, that is always sits back and watches the fight between two forces, even though he is extremely powerful.
tl:dr You can be the Observer instead of the Hero or the Villain
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You need to be your own Hero.

They are neither born or made, they happen. Someone doing something right in the face of hell or popular opinion. It's a choice, thrust upon a person. It is neither love or hate or their opposites . . . apathy.... It is giving a shit at the right time to do something, not caring enough to worry about your own well being, a balance with order and chaos.

Sometimes it's pulling someone out of a fire, or telling everyone on the "bandwagon" to pull their collective heads out or their collective asses.

Sometimes it's a whole bunch of people standing up and saying, "NO!" or, "The whole world is watching!"

If you honor them, acknowledge them . . . Good. BUT they would probably tell you they were just doing their job or they just happened to be in the right place at the right time....
They are cops and firefighters and average citizens.
If you worship them, idolize them, you missed the point.
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In the real world, if you try to be a hero. You will probably end up beaten or dead.

Understand, this world is no place for heroes, only villains.

To protect you must destroy, it takes a villain to defeat a villain.

I can go on and on about this, but I'll leave it at that.

Posted 5/3/15
The only real heroes are dead.
Posted 5/3/15

AiYumega wrote:

The only real heroes are dead.


I saw your YouTube video on the Live Reaction to AOT. You look like a younger Shia Lebeouf.
Posted 5/3/15

Amaya- wrote:


AiYumega wrote:

The only real heroes are dead.


I saw your YouTube video on the Live Reaction to AOT. You look like a younger Shia Lebeouf.


I did love to watch him on Even Stevens
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Posted 5/3/15

AiYumega wrote:


Amaya- wrote:


AiYumega wrote:

The only real heroes are dead.


I saw your YouTube video on the Live Reaction to AOT. You look like a younger Shia Lebeouf.


I did love to watch him on Even Stevens


Lol, I thought I was the only one that watched that
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Posted 5/3/15
I think a vigilante is more of the hero we need. Someone that isn't afraid to do what needs to be done to save those in need, even if said thing is illegal.
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Beans loved bacon! Ren was my first celebrity crush. The movie was good too.



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Posted 5/3/15

AiYumega wrote:



Beans loved bacon! Ren was my first celebrity crush. The movie was good too.





Lol
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The world definitely needs more heroes. People who're willing to stand up for what is right, and now just accept the status quo. I believe there are a lot of heroes in the world, I also believe that negativity is sensationalized. So, you are more likely to hear about the Cop that shot an unarmed victim than the Cop who risked his life to save another.
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Posted 5/3/15
I believe heroes don't exist without villians
and the world doesn't need villians
therefore, the world doesn't need heroes

But the world has villians, and heroes and I find the term "hero" isn't treated as broad as the term villian. Mabe it's about making it more special by being more exclusive, but there are lots of heroes.
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