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    You can't respect a title? 5 years ago  
    There are questions on which I have no knowledge of the subjects. 6 years ago +6
    If I do not own the book I'm not about to damage it. 6 years ago  
    I've lived with the impression irresponsibility and carelessness is more of a danger than austerity. I apologise if that's a poor choice of vocabulary. 6 years ago  
    Thank you Needlepiercingineye, I wasn't aware these words were not synonyms. 6 years ago  
    Thank you for replying so quickly. I'm inclined to think moving as an organized team would be ideal in a situation where combat was unarmed and separate rooms were connected through doorways. 6 years ago  
    I accept your apology. The question is much clearer now, thank you. 6 years ago  
    Do the enemies have projectile explosives? If so, staying in one position is dangerous. 6 years ago  
    The phrase 'try to adapted the world' confuses me. Do you mean adapt to the world? If so, the options seem strikingly similar. 6 years ago  
    Wouldn't that devalue all the gold in circulation lowering its worth? 6 years ago  
    Wouldn't people start changing from the moment they were standardized? Language and physical traits will change over time in different parts of the world. 6 years ago  
    It would certainly be interesting to see what Option B's calculations produce. If Google search profile algorithms are any indication of accuracy. 6 years ago  
    Ah yes, the fear of direct, corporeal harm to you our your immediate family unit. Very motivational. 6 years ago  
    How can you interact with it? You wouldn't experience 24 hours because no time would be passing! 6 years ago  
    I use a pair of forward slashes to indicate a word in italics. 6 years ago  
    Understood. 6 years ago  
    By intelligence do you mean prior knowledge on the subject in question, or just a particular taste in a narrow field of entertainment? 6 years ago  
    Just because nature /looks/ appealing doesn't mean it is beneficial for us. In fact, many things we consider beautiful, animals namely, are quite harmful. Artificial it may be, but recall it was designed with you in mind. Besides, what's stopping you from simply traveling to a naturally beautiful place? 6 years ago  
    Hm, would the judgement of Option A only occur once and then remain permanent? My emotions alter depending on the actions and motives of others. 6 years ago  
    But it wouldn't be 24 hours, it would be no time at all. Quite literally, no time would pass. Which incidentally raises another question, what could you do with no axis for time in the universe? Distance, or movement, is speed multiplied by time, is it not? So...pressing the watch would achieve nothing? I'm not sure. 6 years ago  
    Thank you for clarifying the distinct difference between these two abilities. 6 years ago +3
    Interesting question, I think the answer is more dependent on one's own confidence in a dangerous situation than the group's overall strength. I think rare is an occasion that an entire group of survivors would be forced into conflict at the same time to the limits of their abilities anyway. On one occasion, perhaps an Option B member slacks off and is taken by surprise. The group is strong but that individual and anyone nearby is zombie food. 6 years ago +1
    I don't think there would be a /complete/ lack of reprimand. Though a significant alteration in what exactly we might fear or hold as a personal value. 6 years ago  
    What motivations might you suggest in such a case? I don't wish to dismiss your point, in fact I agree; there is a definite possibility there exist such factors. However, in the ten or so minutes it took me to type out the original comment I could not think of a more motivating consequence than a divine, omniscient entity/supernatural force's wrath. 6 years ago  
    'Shimmies my jimmies,' huh? Well, responsibility and myself are well acquainted. I'm confident we could come to an arrangement. 6 years ago  
    I'm given to understand the Volus prioritize trade and negotiation over combat, however the Unggoy are characterized as weak and cowardly unless protected by a large group who share similar interests. In a singular battle I think a Volus would win. 6 years ago +2
    The Sagheili are a race of melee-dominate warriors so I am inclined to think in an arena-style match a high ranking Sagheili would win. 6 years ago +3
    Hm, could you quantify 'too much responsibility' with an example, TalkedAce? 6 years ago  
    Would reducing our collective empathy raise our collective cruelty? More specifically, would people go out of their way to harm you, or simply disregard your suffering? 6 years ago +2
    Religion was and is a powerful communal presence that has created relative safety and organization on a global scale. If it wasn't a distinctive post-demise belief that solidified our morals, what might it have been? I am skeptical the other aspects of culture like cuisine or art would have such a strong effect, though it's possible. 6 years ago  
    Butter sticks tear bread easily, unfortunately. 6 years ago  
    That is incredibly unsanitary. 6 years ago +1
    As long as no actual harm comes to me I will accept any amount of apprehension. I hope I don't come to regret this philosophy... 6 years ago +1
    A good day to you as well, with many more to follow. 6 years ago +3
    Hm, limit my caution regarding dangerous activities or raise the frequency of accidental self-injury? I suppose I am sufficiently cautious and would not lose that danger-fear connection with most situations. 6 years ago +1
    I would seriously consider moving them to psychiatric facility or a less-secure prison and going from there. 6 years ago +1
    Exploding firecrackers are fire hazards. 6 years ago  
    Well said, well said. 6 years ago  
    I am more inclined to believe we're simply selfish. Neither magnanimous nor sadistic yet capable of both acts. 6 years ago  
    I don't wish for anyone to become so dependent upon me. That would be unpleasant for them as well as myself. 6 years ago +2
    I wasn't aware I departed. 6 years ago  
    I don't need to fully understand something in order to operate within its possible parameters or under its conditions. I assume others are alike in this though I doubt I am entirely accurate. 6 years ago  
    If the information is crucial to our relationship they will be informed promptly. 6 years ago +2
    What a strange situation. I've seen plenty of 'Would you have sexual intercourse with a close family member, friend, or even clone' type questions but this one is quite interesting. 6 years ago +4
    Neutralizing my opponents power and simply using my own personal strengths and combat expertise is far more reliable than trying to master a new ability every round. 6 years ago +3
    I would like to know what an individual or individuals might do that required mercy on my part in a hypothetical world were 'appropriate' (Using this term ideally) justice was carried out. 6 years ago +1
    I do not enjoy the prospect of potentially causing the death of an individual. If I ever were to use Option A it would be in the event of an emergency. Perhaps if I were attacked. 6 years ago  
    I am having difficulty understanding how these options are different. They are identical linguistic skills. 6 years ago +1
    Is the store allowed to be a bakery? 6 years ago  
    I would rather not reproduce at the moment, asexually or otherwise. 6 years ago +2
    Interesting question. Perhaps in Option A emotional stability will become a more pressing concern for some and will be addressed. 6 years ago +1
    I will tell you a bedtime story, if you would like. It's called the Ugly Barnacle. "Once there was an ugly barnacle. He was so ugly that everyone died. The End." 6 years ago  
    Would the Turkish politicians ever seek to do me harm? 6 years ago  
    I think blunt force injury from a watermelon would be less damaging than slashing or biting injury received from a parakeet. 6 years ago  
    This took a little research on my part but I've come to the conclusion that many kinds of marine life do become dehydrated, especially if they live in salt water. 6 years ago +6
    Vague yet satisfactory. Green pill it is. 6 years ago  
    Congenital insensitivity is not an affliction I desire. It might become difficult to relate to others and incidents of accidental self-harm to become more frequent. 6 years ago  
    What is the top flight speed? 6 years ago +2
    No love for stoic, silent types, hm? 6 years ago  
    I derive more satisfaction from completing complex tasks or achieving important goals for my own personal benefit. Coincidentally, things that benefit myself tend to work in the favor of others or the communal group. So I suppose that labels me as a follower, though I must say I would feel rather uncomfortable being considered a submissive. 6 years ago  
    Hm, interesting question. By 'might' are you referring to 'power' or 'strength'? Words may be heavily influential when it comes to directing the path of force but they cannot cease the rending of flesh, at least not directly, as I understand them. Such unalike concepts are not easily compared... 6 years ago  
    Are we operating under the understanding that the child's future is solidified and he/she will absolutely grow to become tyrannical no matter the external influences of the universe? Or is he/she's future tyrannical as of that moment? Also, are the angel's words spoken in truth in this scenario? 6 years ago +1
    I'd rather not dirty the couch, seeing as how I don't own it. 6 years ago +2
    A strange and seemingly random comparison... 6 years ago +2
    I don't think Option B is feasible for anyone who lives or works in a populated area... or has any family members living with them. 6 years ago  
    Alright. 6 years ago  
    Alright then. 6 years ago  
    I think having such a finite amount of icons at your disposal would be cumbersome. 6 years ago  
    While I enjoy FPS games, my firearm mastery is sorely limited. 6 years ago  
    I much rather have some form of control over my abilities. 6 years ago  
    Am I guaranteed to succeed in killing the wolf? 6 years ago  
    Would I be forced to run at 100mph if I chose Option A? Or could I run 1mph-100mph? 6 years ago  
    I'd chose Option B simply because 'surrounded' implies that is brings about more positivity in general than Option A. 6 years ago  
    Who judges what deeds are considered good or bad? 6 years ago +4
    My decision would heavily depend on who would depart with me. 6 years ago  
    Option A has some serious drawbacks but I believe that, by age 30, I would have gained important responsibilities and I dislike leaving debts unpaid. 6 years ago  
    Well, considering what train locomotives have helped humanity accomplish I'd have to say I prefer transportation over a single musical group. 6 years ago  
    I imagine it occurs in context with men, or boys, as well. 6 years ago  
    Unfortunately for me, I don't posses much knowledge on either subject; so the instant-degree wouldn't help me. 6 years ago  
    I would be at serious risk of heart attack at that weight. I most likely wouldn't be able to move, speak, or possibly breathe either. 6 years ago  
    I think 'dot-vision' would be easier to distinguish outlines and edges with, so as not to drop things. 6 years ago  
    I'd rather keep my 3 dimensional vision. 6 years ago  
    If you could teleport infinitely and, I assume, instantly perhaps you could repeatedly teleport until you reach your desired destination. 6 years ago  
    From what I've seen on this site you're pretty social Otakumon. 6 years ago  
    I'm sure there are legal actions that can be taken to work around a legal patent. Besides, an owned patent isn't the end of a vision. You could contact the owner and work with them to improve it, for example. 6 years ago  
    I'll agree. Starting fresh is a common response to adversity. 6 years ago  
    Thank you, I'll try to remain cautious. 6 years ago  
    A single confrontation is worth $60 CAD to me. But the value at which I hold a single dollar is different than some. 6 years ago  
    I think auditory hallucinations might be more manageable. 6 years ago +2
    Those tests would most likely result in my death. 6 years ago +3
    If by 'doesn't listen to any of your problems' you mean to say that he/she is selfish or self-absorbed then certainly not. 6 years ago +1
    How would your personality develop? It would have already developed based on the decisions made by said alien species. When you say 'avoid garnering attention' do you mean to say that you would realize if a decision was made that is not perceived as usual? If so, to what extent does the species control you? If they hypothetically made every decision for you, from what you eat to how many times you re-read this comment, do their opinions not become your opinions? If they disliked childish behavior due to interactions made with childish people; interactions brought about by their choice in your behavior, would you not also dislike them? I mean to ask, if they made decisions that created events in which you suffered, would removing such an influence remove that negative connotation? 6 years ago  
    I hope you achieve that dream. 6 years ago +2
    This right here, gentlemen and ladies. 6 years ago  
    Interesting question. I can't say. 6 years ago +1
    Just general Biology? Shame, going to need some supplementary courses. 6 years ago  
    If I'm not mistaken, a Preserver Wizard can swap to Sorcerer and retain bonuses, can he/she not? 6 years ago  
    I think Master Chief would win, but John might not. 6 years ago  
    Why not both? 6 years ago +2
    Important for what? 6 years ago +1
    I am under the impression lie detectors are essentially stress detectors and not all statements have simple 'yes or no' answers. 6 years ago  
    Good question. 6 years ago +1
    So I imagine a long exposure lens of some kind would be necessary for Option A, but it seems very cool. 6 years ago  
    Profound. 6 years ago +1
    Tell me, Can'tthink, if I may call you by that name. What decisions would you have made differently or would you make differently if said hypothetical alien control were hypothetically removed? Are such non-terrestrial morals and beliefs not interchangeable to human morals and beliefs? 6 years ago  
    Well, it was text-only at one point, wasn't it? 6 years ago +1
    Not as frequently as I used to, but I play occasionally. 6 years ago  
    Hello, Rocks, if I may call you that. I don't know much about you but based on the content of this question and the 'School Bully vs Dying Father' question may say, you are an amazing creature and I hope you have wonderful experiences forthcoming. 6 years ago  
    I have a suspicion that many do not understand what consequences 'pure illiteracy' has in regards to other forms of communication. It has more of an impact than simply being unable to read or write. The ability to analyze and understand speech; word formation, meaning, or pattern is severely crippled as well. So hearing impairment isn't that far off. 6 years ago +5
    I was under the impression a lack of dreams denotes serious health risks. Though I doubt having constant night terrors would have a positive impact anyway. Oh well, here's to early-onset heart arrhythmia! 6 years ago  
    A good question! Smogon has certainly debated this one in the past but based on the short half-hour research period I spent on Bulbapedia it is my opinion that Alder would win. If he used my personal battling strategy which capitalizes on Escavalier's speed and Vanilluxe's STAB in order to Heat-sweep with Volcarona. Though, Spiritomb is a serious potential trip-up with no super effective moves and about 180 defense stat for both special and physical at level 61. Depends on whether or not items are in play and she uses Embargo. 6 years ago  
    I must say that was a completely civil and unexpected response. Thank you, I hope the same. 6 years ago  
    The number of people who quote this line incorrectly is too damn high! 6 years ago +1
    If you don't have the same memories you gained to reach this point and time doesn't reset for you to relive them, how do you know you'll still enjoy your currently favourite shows? 6 years ago  
    Fareheit has some sexual situations, yes. But I don't think it warrants comparison to The Walking Dead. Farenheit required fast hands for quick-time events with a relatively linear story, The Walking Dead was quite different. 6 years ago +1
    Man, Heavy Rain had some issues but it was pretty awesome. It's a shame Quantic Dream isn't producing another one. 6 years ago  
    I've played both and may I say that the Slenderman's Shadow series is quite enjoyable. Sanatorium came first and Hospice followed, adding in glowsticks which were an awesome bonus so I'm gonna go with Hospice. 6 years ago  
    Personally I find 'Slender' minimally frightening. Creepy and startling, yes, but 'Jeff The Killer' is jumpscare central. 6 years ago  
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