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#1 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio
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#3 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

aqumoa gets shot and dies

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#5 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

who wins

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#6 Edited by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

lol she is not blitzing from 200f shoto turns here into a popsicle then fries her in an pretty easy win

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#7 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

diana dies

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#8 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

The Overcrowded Lifeboat

In 1842, a ship struck an iceberg and more than 30 survivors were crowded into a lifeboat intended to hold 7. As a storm threatened, it became obvious that the lifeboat would have to be lightened if anyone were to survive. The captain reasoned that the right thing to do in this situation was to force some individuals to go over the side and drown. Such an action, he reasoned, was not unjust to those thrown overboard, for they would have drowned anyway. If he did nothing, however, he would be responsible for the deaths of those whom he could have saved. Some people opposed the captain's decision. They claimed that if nothing were done and everyone died as a result, no one would be responsible for these deaths. On the other hand, if the captain attempted to save some, he could do so only by killing others and their deaths would be his responsibility; this would be worse than doing nothing and letting all die. The captain rejected this reasoning. Since the only possibility for rescue required great efforts of rowing, the captain decided that the weakest would have to be sacrificed. In this situation it would be absurd, he thought, to decide by drawing lots who should be thrown overboard. As it turned out, after days of hard rowing, the survivors were rescued and the captain was tried for his action. If you had been on the jury, how would you have decided?

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#9 Posted by deactivated-5ad6141e8751d (1716 posts) - - Show Bio

@motm said:
@alex_odinson said:

@motm: lol still stops at giant man and and no amount of funny gifs is gonna change that

Lol, that is an amusing opinion. I've already debunked that. She slaughters Giant Man.

My only question is, where have the Thor fans gone? Have they admitted defeat? Are they waiting for Infinity War?

Yeah Wondy still clears.

@alex_odinson said:

@motm: lol still stops at giant man and and no amount of funny gifs is gonna change that

Lol, that is an amusing opinion. I've already debunked that. She slaughters Giant Man.

sorry to break it to you but her needle isn't doing much

My only question is, where have the Thor fans gone? Have they admitted defeat? Are they waiting for Infinity War?

yeah i been wondering that myself

Yeah Wondy still clears.

her way as a stain into solid asphalt lol

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