Friday, 15 July 2011

Reactions

While I haven't really been asked a direct question in comments yet, I thought I would post some reactions to some made. This is just for the last few blog posts, and if you don't see your comment as one responded to, let me know that you wanted a response, and I'll get on it. These are just reactions to the comments I have had so far, and if I get some more later and feel they need responding to, I'll get down to that later on.

These are all from the Morals Schmorals post actually, which makes it easier lol


Copyboy said...

So you'd be the crap out of me, but not my guinea pig. I see how it is.

LOL Nah, I wouldn't kick the crap out of you, but yeah I definitely wouldn't hurt your guinea pig. I won't really hurt other people either unless I could really justify it to myself. Besides, I can't really hurt people that much anyway. I do have a wooden sword, and I do plan to be able to use a sword properly, as well as self defence, but like Akira from the Simpsons said "We learn Karate so that we need never use it" or something like that. Basically you learn how to fight so that you can if you have to, but you don't just do it.    Usually the discipline you gain from learning a martial art can prove more important than the art itself. I want to learn how to defend myself, and so I have the abilities to act if I need to, but I'm not about to go start beating up just because I can. Just because you can doesn't mean that you should, and just because you should, does not mean that you can.

EBM93 said:
Well, Kant said that the ultimate goal for humanity was that everyone was rational and had high morals. How would you live in a world were everybody didn't respect other people

I do have high morals, I might not have too many, but I heavily stand by the ones that I do have. As long as I can justify something to myself, I can do it, I don't have to justify it to other people. But I do like what you said, I haven't heard that before, and that is probably one of the only true ways to peace, but everyone is going to have their own morals, it's one of the joys of humanity, and there are few enough as there are. We can't really live in a world where everyone doesn't respect other people, but chances are we won't ever live in such a world, as not everyone can accept everything. Besides, no conflict would start to make life boring eventually. I respect as many people as I can, but there are people I don't respect at all, and probably never will.

Nosefire Said:
I can beat the crap out of anyone that can get me that mad. Usually it is a human. But I'd save the baby.

Hehe one of the only people who did also answer the question, thank you for that. I admit like I admitted in the original post, that I thought no one would save the baby. It's good to be able to defend yourself, but like I said, try to use it only to defend, either others, or yourself. I'm a strong believer of "It is the duty of the strong to protect the weak", and one reason I aim to become strong is to be able to protect those closest to me who cannon protect themselves.

Thank you for all your responses, and your continued responses. It is only through hearing what you think about what I think, that I can continue to provide an experience me, you, and everyone else who reads this, will enjoy. I'd also like to think this isn't the first time I'll respond to your opinions, but only time will tell. 

5 comments:

  1. Interesting... It's good that you're making a blog post for your followers! Keep up the good work!

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  2. Good responses.

    I love guinea pigs and I like your humanitarianism.

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  3. Looking at your question, I'd save the kitten. But I'm a fairly amoral person anyway.

    I stand by my friends and family, and the rest of the world can go hang. Course there are some studies that say the human brain can only truly recognize the existence of about 30 other people on average, and everyone above that is just a statistic. I don't agree that most people think that way, but I do.

    Check me out at:
    http://brassdragons.blogspot.com/

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  4. Looking at your question, I'd save the kitten. But I'm a fairly amoral person anyway.

    I stand by my friends and family, and the rest of the world can go hang. Course there are some studies that say the human brain can only truly recognize the existence of about 30 other people on average, and everyone above that is just a statistic. I don't agree that most people think that way, but I do.

    Check me out at:
    http://brassdragons.blogspot.com/

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  5. Good responses.

    I love guinea pigs and I like your humanitarianism.

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