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  1. #11
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    No.

    I have however thought about making people I dislike randomly disappear. My brain never offered up any explanation as to how exactly they would disappear, so maybe they did die, in which case; then maybe yes I have?

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    I probably have the ability deep down in there somewhere, but I never think about killing people. Killing myself...sometimes, but not very seriously. When I'm very upset, sometimes I wish people would die on their own of natural causes, but I don't really want that on my conscience though.

    I definitely think about hitting people sometimes.

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    I'd do it to protect people I care about. Look at my avatar for chrissake.


    That doesn't mean I'd enjoy killing or be glad to do it. I sometimes fantasize about murdering assholes who ruin my days, but I find a few minutes drinking a beer and playing a shooter game cures any violent thoughts.

    edit: I just remembered an instance in college where friends literally had to hold me back from attacking a guy who had been hitting on my girlfriend and propositioning her. It was kind of like that scene in The Untouchables. This guy was bigger than me too, but I think I could've taken him. Rage is a powerful, albeit scary ally. But, no, normally, I think I'm a peaceful dude.

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    no- I could never. But I will admit I fantasize about receiving a call about the asshole I worked with that made my life miserable- telling me a city bus ran him over to his demise. And slowly releasing that Grinch smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzulEyes View Post
    no- I could never. But I will admit I fantasize about receiving a call about the asshole I worked with that made my life miserable- telling me a city bus ran him over to his demise. And slowly releasing that Grinch smile.
    After you cut the brakes on the city bus wink wink
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    Yes.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    No, not that way. Sometimes I think of situations I'd be in where I would have to kill somebody, and sometimes I think about how easy it is to kill, and I'm amazed with us that it doesn't happen so much more often.

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    Killing to eat her or just killing for fun ?

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    i was going to say no, but then i've thought about killing myself so i guess that counts. don't think i'd actually do it though. killing others? nah. i'm mostly a pacifist. i have other superpowers anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I would say that a great majority, if not all, of us have the capacity to murder.
    agree

    But we haven't because we haven't met the right circumstances--we haven't reached our breaking points.
    not sure i can agree with this. i think it's more about deciding you'll just never let yourself go there. it's about self-control. admittedly, that may be harder for some people rather than others due to being raised around violence, genetics, etc., but i don't think it is an inevitability. it's like how the vast majority of people who have been sexually abused never go on to do it to others but a small percentage do.

    personally, i think there are some dark alleys of the mind that are better left unexplored...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Conduit View Post
    After you cut the brakes on the city bus wink wink
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