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i don't know but if they could do separate maps kinda like Fallout 3 then i could see it working
F-Fallout 3?...Randy I think you're ideas are very confused.
Thank you for being my elitist snob friend. I've probably asked you this before, but have you played FO1 & 2?
Why you're welcome my dear friend. I also called Randy confused and used the wrong "your" in the same sentence. Goddamit Nick.
Answer the question, Nick! Have you played the first two Fallouts?
I despise people who have tons of talents. It isn't fair. The universe should have balance.
I honestly care more about animals than people. But saying that seems to be such an issue for some people.I like people, generally, I just like animals more. And I absolutely hate when people try to devalue their suffering and pain by saying, "it's just an animal". Way to have empathy for your fellow species.
For humans tho its a common assumption of superiority that makes them devalue suffering of animals or hell other people. Everything feels pain but when you think you're more important than them you dont have as much sympathy to their suffering.
Everything feels pain but when you think you're more important than them you dont have as much sympathy to their suffering.
I think its because of the assumed feeling that there are no "bad" animals. They dont choose to betray or maim. For them its all nature and instinct so you cant really be mad at something that is just following whats natural to them. Its humans who make choices in their behavior and so choose to be bad. For humans tho its a common assumption of superiority that makes them devalue suffering of animals or hell other people. Everything feels pain but when you think you're more important than them you dont have as much sympathy to their suffering.
It depends on the person. I would rather see a random dog live than a person I dislike.
Honestly. Yeah. I wouldn't wish for a person to die but if it came down to both being in peril, my want for the dog to live would win out.
And a pig?
Plus I just find animals fascinating- the different species, the different ways they interact and live, how I live with a different species (rats) and they recognize me and respond positively despite my being human. I feel quite safe with animals too, in a way I don't with people a lot of the time; animals are very black and white in a way, if they don't want to be bothered they'll let you know, animals don't spend their days bitching about you behind your back or maliciously planning things out, they simply are themselves and I can accept that in contrast to how I find it difficult to accept people's tendency to judge and devalue others.