shaylahatesyou:

Trust me you aren’t misunderstood you’re just fucking stupid.

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#non

VIVA LA PLUTO FUCK YOU

I told you all Pluto should be scientifically considered a planet and now he we are. With me being right yet again.

Anonymous asked:
Is Kira really planning on going after lazy people once the top priority criminals "run out" and starts going for lesser criminals/nuisances? That's a bit extreme don't you think...? O__O

e—r—u:

actuallynotkira:

actuallynotkira:

I don’t think he plans to go after “lazy people,” that seems to be oversimplifying it. It seems as though he’d more go after the people who aren’t contributing in any way to society. The scum that makes things worse for everyone else. The ones who cheat the system and make it harder for the rest of us. And of course he wouldn’t eliminate all of them; that’s like genocide. Just enough to wear everyone starts to work harder and contribute! I don’t think it’s that extreme. If you’re a good, hardworking person contributing to society, then you should have nothing to fear!
But yes, simply saying he plans to “eliminate the lazy people” is a gross oversimplification.

Hitler eliminated mass numbers of entire races who were completely innocent simply because of twisted ideals.
Kira isn’t eliminating an entire race of innocent people, he’s illuminating people who have already proven to be guilty and worthy of death. None of those people are innocent, and he kills them based on their actions rather than simply what race they were born as.
All men are created equal, that should be an undebatable fact, but not all men die as equals. It just doesn’t make logical sense to say that, say, your life is worth the exact same as a serial rapist. You contribute to the world in a positive way, whereas the most positive thing a serial rapist could do now is die.
At least according to Kira.

And okay, sure, I don’t find a lot of Kira’s ideas completely preposterous. He has his heart in the right place. I’m just different in that I believe the justice system should have more weight than any individuals, and I’m not about to start murdering people.

While Kira’s victims are not innocent, his ideals are still twisted. No one is entirely ‘innocent’, either. Kira sees himself as a god, so this god punishes those who sin, no? Everyone ‘sins’. You, myself, everyone. When Kira runs out of victims, he will go for lower ‘sinners’. It will go from murderers, to embezzlers, to purse-snatchers, to liars. 

I agree that Kira’s ideals began when he thought he would be doing the world a favor; but it has now evolved. Kira has become more obsessed with power than he has doing the world good. My evidence to this is when he killed all of those FBI agents. All of those men and women were, in the eyes of many people, good. However, Kira eliminated them purely because they opposed him. Are those the workings of a just man?

Or rather than going after lesser sinners, he will justly rule over the people in a safer world that he created! Maybe the murders are just the beginning, the necessary evil. Once those are out of the way he probably plans to declare his true identity and provide a just ruler for his better world, no longer killing.

He didn’t eliminate them because they opposed him! He had to have had a plan in there somewhere, he’s not an idiot. Maybe it was because he felt threatened? I’m sure he hated killing those innocent people, but it was necessary to send a message so he could be able to continue doing more good for the world he is creating!
At least, that’s his thought process.
Not saying I agree, but…

officialcrow:

bryantsupreme:

Moan into my mouth while I finger you when we kiss.

rub your stomach while you pat your head

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Anonymous asked:
Is Kira really planning on going after lazy people once the top priority criminals "run out" and starts going for lesser criminals/nuisances? That's a bit extreme don't you think...? O__O

e—r—u:

actuallynotkira:

e—r—u:

actuallynotkira:

I don’t think he plans to go after “lazy people,” that seems to be oversimplifying it. It seems as though he’d more go after the people who aren’t contributing in any way to society. The scum that makes things worse for everyone else. The ones who cheat the system and make it harder for the rest of us. And of course he wouldn’t eliminate all of them; that’s like genocide. Just enough to wear everyone starts to work harder and contribute! I don’t think it’s that extreme. If you’re a good, hardworking person contributing to society, then you should have nothing to fear!
But yes, simply saying he plans to “eliminate the lazy people” is a gross oversimplification.

Isn’t what Kira is doing now essentially genocide? Eliminating all the criminals he can gain access to seems like it fits under the description of genocide you just gave, no?

Besides, killing people is not the way to go if you are trying to ‘motivate’ people into working hard and contributing. No matter how many criminals and “lazy” people Kira kills, there will always be more. 

I’m not supporting Kira, no. I’m just trying to understand him and perhaps shed light on his motivations. Once we start misinterpreting his intentions we’ll never catch him.
Killing all the criminals isn’t genocide in his eyes, it’s pest control. Those are all people who had their chance at a good life and butchered it. It’s not murdering entire an group of people if they’re barely people in the first place. At least in his eyes.

While you did not directly say you support Kira, but using words such as ‘scum’ and getting angry over the one’s that make things harder for the rest of us indicates that you agree that these people would be better off dead. 

May I mention that Hitler and everything he did, he saw as pest control as well? That was not ‘pest control’, that was genocide.

Hitler eliminated mass numbers of entire races who were completely innocent simply because of twisted ideals.
Kira isn’t eliminating an entire race of innocent people, he’s illuminating people who have already proven to be guilty and worthy of death. None of those people are innocent, and he kills them based on their actions rather than simply what race they were born as.
All men are created equal, that should be an undebatable fact, but not all men die as equals. It just doesn’t make logical sense to say that, say, your life is worth the exact same as a serial rapist. You contribute to the world in a positive way, whereas the most positive thing a serial rapist could do now is die.
At least according to Kira.

And okay, sure, I don’t find a lot of Kira’s ideas completely preposterous. He has his heart in the right place. I’m just different in that I believe the justice system should have more weight than any individuals, and I’m not about to start murdering people.

Anonymous asked:
Is Kira really planning on going after lazy people once the top priority criminals "run out" and starts going for lesser criminals/nuisances? That's a bit extreme don't you think...? O__O

e—r—u:

actuallynotkira:

I don’t think he plans to go after “lazy people,” that seems to be oversimplifying it. It seems as though he’d more go after the people who aren’t contributing in any way to society. The scum that makes things worse for everyone else. The ones who cheat the system and make it harder for the rest of us. And of course he wouldn’t eliminate all of them; that’s like genocide. Just enough to wear everyone starts to work harder and contribute! I don’t think it’s that extreme. If you’re a good, hardworking person contributing to society, then you should have nothing to fear!
But yes, simply saying he plans to “eliminate the lazy people” is a gross oversimplification.

Isn’t what Kira is doing now essentially genocide? Eliminating all the criminals he can gain access to seems like it fits under the description of genocide you just gave, no?

Besides, killing people is not the way to go if you are trying to ‘motivate’ people into working hard and contributing. No matter how many criminals and “lazy” people Kira kills, there will always be more. 

I’m not supporting Kira, no. I’m just trying to understand him and perhaps shed light on his motivations. Once we start misinterpreting his intentions we’ll never catch him.
Killing all the criminals isn’t genocide in his eyes, it’s pest control. Those are all people who had their chance at a good life and butchered it. It’s not murdering entire an group of people if they’re barely people in the first place. At least in his eyes.

danimereviews asked:
Favourite type of chip?

BBQ. I’m not an idiot.

7 hours ago | 3

emir-dynamite:

sharkchunks:

iandsharman:

notahoe:

my type of public transportation 

“Why were you late in today?”

“Oh, I got tied up on the subway…”

I was always 50/50 on whether to reblog this but the last comment pushed it to like 95/5 in favor.

"What’s our stop?"

"You’ll get off when I tell you to."

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#non #lol
Anonymous asked:
Is Kira really planning on going after lazy people once the top priority criminals "run out" and starts going for lesser criminals/nuisances? That's a bit extreme don't you think...? O__O

I don’t think he plans to go after “lazy people,” that seems to be oversimplifying it. It seems as though he’d more go after the people who aren’t contributing in any way to society. The scum that makes things worse for everyone else. The ones who cheat the system and make it harder for the rest of us. And of course he wouldn’t eliminate all of them; that’s like genocide. Just enough to wear everyone starts to work harder and contribute! I don’t think it’s that extreme. If you’re a good, hardworking person contributing to society, then you should have nothing to fear!
But yes, simply saying he plans to “eliminate the lazy people” is a gross oversimplification.

13 hours ago | 9
Anonymous asked:
How long until you rule the world?

Approximately four months?

20 hours ago | 3