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Post Reply If you kill someone does that mean you're able to kill second time easiler?
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15 / M / Australia, Victoria
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Posted 5/21/16
I don't have any experience in killing people, much less hurting anybody, but I think that it would be easier to kill the second person, solely because you've seen it before... You could become numb to helpless pleads, piercing screams or the splattering blood, and I find it quite terrifying a person could become that way... Though, once again, I have no experience of the deaths of other people than what I've read and seen on fictional mediums.
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Posted 6/11/16
It's depend to the person. If you don't want to be killed then you need to kill to protect yourself and your companion. Some are train since a child so it's nothing for them to kill someone if it's that's person did crime.
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16
the reason killing is "hard" is only because humans have programmed one another and it is also instinctively unwise to kill a member of the same species. Organisms are designed to strive for reproduction and survival so we are inherently adverse to killing another of our kind. Although using logic killing is excessively simple. Take a knife and ending a human is extremely easy the only reason it's hard is the majority refuse to or have difficulties killing.
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