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My two cents on the impending blogosphere wave

Posted by Engineer Alexandra Humva , Dec 11 2012 · 235 views

If this sputters out and dies I'm going appear rather silly, won't I?
 
Anyways, my two cents. Can't we all agree to respect people based on how they act, not how they're born? If you respect all people greatly, good for you. If you respect no one, well, you're a cynic, but that's fine by me. Respect should be given because the person deserves it; if you feel all people deserve some respect, good for you. But why must we continue saying that some people are born with more respect?
 
I don't have much against chivalry, don't get me wrong. I view it as archaic and without a place in the modern world, but I'm not here to tell people to stop being nice. I just think being nice more equally would benefit the world a whole lot more than being nice half the time. Hence why I open doors for everyone, not just for the female side of humanity.
 
I'm not giving my coat to anyone though. It's bloody cold down here, if they're walking around without a coat, male or female, they're just daft and it'll be a good learning experience.

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Two cents is well below the minimum wage. Come on, give the full amount's worth for this argument. :)

My moto is to give everybody my respect until they prove to me that they don't deserve it. Sometimes they can prove they don't deserve it real quickly, other times maybe they prove that they deserve more. But the bottom line is to try and be nice to most people, and is that really that hard to do? :)

(I think I'm agreeing with you here, although with all these long winded arguments going around, I can't be too sure who's argueing for what. :P )

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Engineer Alexandra Humva
Dec 11 2012 07:34 PM

Yes, there's an awful lot of essays being wrote on the topic.

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It's times like this that I regret my lack of funds. One of those essays could be mine if not for this unfortunate deficit. 

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Booker DeWitt
Dec 11 2012 08:00 PM

You talk sense on respect, bro.

 

- Tilius

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WARNING:
 
The following blog contains excessive rambling on the world and extremely poor paragraphing. If you are easily offended or turned off by these two things, leaving now would be a good idea.
 
This blog is written by Alex Humva, penname of some random teenager named Alex Censored. He writes stories, writes rants, writes screenplays, plays games, makes games, has a terrible work ethic, and is generally sarcastic. He believes in a Judao-Christian god, but most other people who do too give him a glare because of his weird beliefs, possibly because he's somehow bi at the same time. He's an utter equalist who feels that any discrimination amongst humans for things they were born with is wrong. He doesn't care about xenos though, let them all burn.
 
He's also an aspiring engineer who hopes to get a scholarship at his local big engineering college and one day help humanity. More likely he'll be a pencil pusher in a basement somewhere, but he's a bloody minded optimist.
 
Because of his peculiar personality and beliefs, he gets into fights often, though they usually end when he wakes up the next morning and doesn't feel motivated anymore.

Current status of the OTC RPG community

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To Save The World!

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Mass Effect: Division

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X-Men: Darkest Days

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Starscape

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Halo: Forerunners

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Okami

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Spirits and Men

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The Proelium

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Digimon: Generations

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Transformers: EC

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Fallout: Austin City Limits

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