Let's play a game.
Now this is just a hypothetical situation, that would probably never happen in real life, but let us use our imagination for a moment and pretend it is real.
In this game, you have the opportunity to make a choice that will benefit yourself and a random stranger.
Now the rules of the game are such that you cannot bargain with the stranger. He / she cannot bribe you to choose a certain option, as a matter of fact, the stranger will not even know who you are, or where the benefit is coming from.
That being established, here are your choices:
Option one: You and the stranger each receive a $300 bonus per month, no strings at
Doing the right thing is rarely easy.
Sometimes it's so hard that it may seem to be impossible.
...but it's still the right thing to do.
I have been bothered lately by several social and political issues plaguing the internet, news media, and Deviantart in particualr where so many of the people who loudly voice thier opinions on certain subjects seem to have no respect for what might be the "right thing to do." Even to the point of mocking and slandering those who raise the moral issue. Now I am torn a bit here between subjecting my watchers to my personal beliefs and standing up for what I think is right. And I think i
Why is it that I see so much fan art that depicts the Antagonist paired with the Protagonist's Love Interest, or in other words, the bad guy gets the good guy's girl?
You know what I mean, I'm sure everyone has seen them; Sesshomaru with Kagome, Zuko with Katara, Draco with Hermione...
Do I need to go on?
Is is that people don't believe the nice guy should get the girl? Are the good guys now days too angsty and whiny while the bad guys are cool and confident? ...or is it something else?
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