Posted 30 July 2007 - 04:53 AM
Nice show, indeed.
Posted 30 July 2007 - 07:33 AM
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Posted 30 July 2007 - 09:59 AM
But i still wanna see the journey, and maybe get the books.
Posted 25 December 2007 - 07:16 AM
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Posted 25 December 2007 - 12:38 PM
Would Dexter kill himself? (Kill someone that does exactly what he does, killing serial killers that is.)
If so, should he commit suicide? (With the same logic as above.)
Posted 25 December 2007 - 12:52 PM
And, Fuzz really should learn to use the edit button more often. This is like the third time I seeing consecutive posts that could have edited. The edit functionality is there for a reason after all.
Posted 25 December 2007 - 01:08 PM
The main reason for the edit button is to alter misspellings and incorrect statements.
If I simply edit a post, will it still bump the thread?
Posted 25 December 2007 - 03:29 PM
The books are pretty good, but the third one went to shit. Suddenly, you're knee-deep in supernatural and Gods, blah blah. The whole thing wasn't that exciting and I pretty much hated it.
The first two are great.
Posted 25 December 2007 - 05:33 PM
Not that I wish to annoy anyone, but are you feeling jumpy today?
By the way, the spirit of the rule is to prevent spamming and I'm not posting random, irrelevant jibberish just because I have a keyboard in front of me like some moron would do.
How are people supposed to know that the post have been updated when they are in the particular forum section?
I'll try to answer my own question from above.
Dexter kills people because he can't control himself even thou he knows it makes him a neat little monster. He choses the lesser of two evils, rather than killing innocents he kills the hardened criminals under the title of serial killers. He would definitely kill someone just like him because they are in error, just like him.
He would not kill himself, commit suicide, because the first rule he lives by is he does this for his mere survival. He kills to stay sane and he only take pleasure from killing others, not himself. His code keeps him from killing the innocent enough and it also keeps him on the streets.
Dexter is both a plausible and reasonable character.
Posted 25 December 2007 - 09:26 PM
Furthermore, no, I'm not some kind of rule-crazy whore or in a bad mood, I just don't get why you would continue on about what the supposed "intended" use for the edit button is, instead of just admitting you fucked up. Just curious about the line of thinking, I suppose.
By the by, Dexter is one of my all-time favorite television programs. It's right up there with Battlestar Galactica and say, The Black Donnellys. The awkward situations he finds himself in with the people around him are always good for a laugh, like feeling up his girlfriend thinking about "no blood".
Posted 26 December 2007 - 06:18 AM
I have seen quintuple accidental posts in a row and none cares. Basically it doesn't even matter once the page counter on this thread add another number, people won't even read it.
Fact is, people rather discuss forum ethics than actual content. The say "Don't even post a thread like that.", "Never post a post like that.", etcetera when they can't even put a capital in the beginning of their login or have a space instead of an underscore. Paying no attention to the message, just the form.
This thread is not about me or how I post, I didn't start that. It's supposed to be about Dexter.
Killing people serves no purpose, it's meaningless and they won't even live to talk about it. Killing real bad people however serves a purpose, it stops them from hurting more people and keeps the innocent safe. Dexter is still wrong, since we don't punish people that way anymore and it's not up to a single person to be the judge of another persons fate, even when he's right about his victims being serial killers.
Why wake them up to confront them and cause them pain when the humane thing would be to just get rid of them?
Once doing the way he does let one get away even thou it was not permanent, for instance.
One can also argue that our Hitman, Number 47, does just about the same thing. Preventing bad people from causing more damage. Where the states and their laws fail, a hitman can still set the world right.
Posted 26 December 2007 - 06:28 AM
my favorite non comedy atm, although I love Prison Break this tops it
I may get the books also
Posted 26 December 2007 - 10:53 AM
Really, am I alone on this? I know someone else was reading them.