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This is a really eloquent explanation of the exact opposite of my opinion.  I don’t need the former.  I live in a world filled with the former.  If somebody’s got superpowers, a vigilante complex, more money than most national GDP’s, and enough megalomania to ignore the rule of law, I’d prefer they have a moral line they won’t cross.  Call that religious if you want, but I’d prefer they demonstrate an unattainable moral standard.

This is a really eloquent explanation of the exact opposite of my opinion.  I don’t need the former.  I live in a world filled with the former.  If somebody’s got superpowers, a vigilante complex, more money than most national GDP’s, and enough megalomania to ignore the rule of law, I’d prefer they have a moral line they won’t cross.  Call that religious if you want, but I’d prefer they demonstrate an unattainable moral standard.

Friendship is Dragons

This is me.

every

single

game

drparisa:

shadowlink-:

even in video games i cant bring myself to choose any of the rude/mean talking options

I was determined to play Lawful Good even when playing a Sith Warrior in The Old Republic.

bigbardafree:

I hate when people casually discuss superheroes because I’m sitting in the corner with KNOWLEDGE and OPINIONS but I just have to smile and be like “haha yeah I like superman too” so I don’t scare anyone

geekandsundry:

BEN WYATT REPPIN CATAN

I played Munchkin (and Star Munchkin) for my bachelor’s party.  Then we watched Jim Henson movies.

And I ain’t even going to pretend I’m any type of sorry.  It was awesome.

(Source: misomeru)

wv-pm:

always dress the way you’d want to look if you suddenly became the main protagonist in an anime

DM: (planning next adventure) What level are you guys at now?

Me: 14

DM: ...You could probably live through that.