It’s the beauty of this world that kills us, not the ugliness.
This is beautiful. It’s like Disney’s the only place in the media these days that has enough heart to believe in love at first sight. Just beautiful. In a world where most of us live lifestyles similar to Aleister Crowley, this is what we need. Hope and something beyond ourselves.
homeinholland asked: Where is your review of Lolita? :D
On rotten tomatoes. Should I write one here.
I’ve been wondering if you just don’t care about either being either good or bad, i mean in a way in which you don’t want to be bad and don’t care to be good, do you always end up bad? this led me to believe that we will almost always become bad if we don’t try to be good and that is what I believe based on my life experiences. We just can’t set the the target to not being anything because it will slide elsewhere and elsewhere is bad.
theageofgaming asked: Konrad was pointing the gun at Walker's head and counting down from five. Walker moved the gun back and forth from his own head to Konrad's unable to decide. At the last moment as the number one slipped from his lips Walker put a bullet in Konrad's brain. Whats another dead body in a city full of them? And then the convoy of soldiers rolled up whatever husk of a man was left of Walker. They took his gun and he went home, but Walker never tuely left Dubi. How could he? What ending did you get?
It’s all the same. The ending you get says a lot about you as a person, if Walkers shoots himself your more than willing to own up to your actions, if Walker allows himself to be shot by Konrad your reluctantly willing to own up-to you’re actions and finally if you shoot Konrad your in denial of your fault in situations. That’s how the game carries over to your real life.
Colonel John Konrad, Spec Ops: The Line
Spec Ops: The Line has been the most enlightening experience of gaming this year.