At 12/19/12 02:34 AM, xxxcreep wrote:
It doesn't matter and never will.
It very much does matter. The point of my question isn't about what we personally think. It's about coming to a critical conclusion that consists of genuine axioms.
Its like bringing up a discussion like, "Which is worse, dying of a stab wound or dying of a gun shot wound". It doesn't matter. Either ways, your fucked.
Incorrect. That would be an inquery that involves a situation that is the same either way. However. My two examples are two entirely different scenarios which should be paid with great heed. Now. Look at my examples again. Then tell me why one is worse than the other. Because this 'same' and 'equal' and 'pointless question' business is not going to cut it.
At 12/19/12 02:31 AM, jjjkuk wrote:
Too many big words and thinking. I'll continue tomorrow - bed time. I almost confused "too" with "two" lol
Sleep well! :)
At 12/19/12 02:29 AM, beardkiller wrote:
Insantuary i suspect youre an alien because you refer to your fellow man by the name of his species...and id have to say theyre both bad but physical rape has the more known effect
Or it is quite possible that I have dug deep into the cultural background of human beings and found a reason to mock the term 'human' due to the hypocrisy and contradictions in our everyday actions.
Why does physical rape have more effect than mental rape? Especially when you include the factors in my examples...
You do not make examples, you make excuses; you do not solve problems, you shift problems; you do not stand behind your statements, you stand behind your stasis.