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#2 Zetsu-San  Online

I don’t see the point in believing in an afterlife. Either the afterlife is better than this one, and this one is just an utterly pointless demo-for the real thing. Or it’s worse, and you’ll be stuck somewhere worse than the real world for all eternity.

Heaven, just as a concept, seems really stupid. How is that supposed to work? Everyone is different, how is a place supposed maintain happiness and bliss “for all eternity”?

For something like that to work, it would have to completely warp and twist who you are as a person. That seems wrong to me, on every level.

It’s like the setup to a junji ito manga or a twilight zone episode.

Like, imagine if some sort of cosmic entity descended to earth and wanted to put us all in some weird trance where we’d be “happy and blissful for all eternity“.

Wouldn’t that be really off-putting and disturbing?

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@Knowledge_King: I mean, if you want to just do your side of the post before going to votes, that’s fine, otherwise @shade545.

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#7 Zetsu-San  Online

@kgb725 said:
@zetsu-san said:
@kgb725 said:

It's at least 3x more than the next group. It's not an equal issue

So, going back to my initial examples... Kelly Thomas getting beaten to death by cops isn't an "equal issue" to George Floyd because it (proportionally) doesn't happen his race as often. Cus, I guess race matters more than the individual, or something...

Well, at least you're honest.

Imagine trying to cherry pick an incident from 10 years ago to make a point

Imagine thinking “10 years ago” is a long time... You do realize, that the vast majority of people who were police officers “10 years ago” are still officers, today... right?

What are you even trying to imply here? That it hasn’t happened since? What about the shooting of Daniel Shaver? Is that recent enough?

I mean, considering that the Kelly Thomas incident happened merely 6 months before the incident that sparked the whole BLM movement in the first place; I’d argue it has more relevancy here, than any recent incident would have...

And what the hell does “cherry picking”, in the context of this discussion, even mean? The whole debate is regarding whether or not an issue happening to a certain race less, makes it “less important” than when it happens to another race.

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Pyramid Head is in Dead by Daylight? I'd be excited if I actually played...

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#9 Zetsu-San  Online

@kgb725 said:

It's at least 3x more than the next group. It's not an equal issue

So, going back to my initial examples... Kelly Thomas getting beaten to death by cops isn't an "equal issue" to George Floyd because it (proportionally) doesn't happen his race as often. Cus, I guess race matters more than the individual, or something...

Well, at least you're honest.

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@zetsu-san: ...... im sorry but no , when you hear Black Lives Matter you want ALL deaths to matter equally , remember there was a time when Black people werent seen as equals to whites & an in present day it is still true due to the unfair treatment of black people by law enforcement, for ever 1 bad death of a white male that should be on headlines , 50 more black people die at the hands of law enforcement and Police suffer ZERO consequence

What the intention is and what actually happens are not the same. You can claim it's about making "all deaths matter equally" all you want, but at the end of the day; you're taking an issue that effects all races to varying degrees and making the issue revolve around one specific one.

Trying to justify it by a saying "it effects blacks more often" is... kind of dismissive.