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Split Decisions by RickF7666, literature

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  • July 6, 1966
  • United States
  • Deviant for 16 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
Well I have a lot of diverse interests, many don't necessarily translate to this site and I make money doing only one of them. I guess my primary interest is computers. And that's how I make my living, by fixing them.

I have been known to write a bit. I have a very active imagination, but as I don't draw very well I attempt to write things down. I have a ton of stuff crawling around in my head but I find writing to be a bit tedious. I tend to start a lot of stories but not finish them, thus the sparseness of my account.

Most of my stories are about my super hero world. The problem is that none of them have ever been in the short story category. If I can get myself to stop playing video games long enough I might finish one of them.

Current Residence: Oldsmar, FL
Favourite genre of music: Rock/Pop
Operating System: Windows XP
MP3 player of choice: PC
Wallpaper of choice: With Webshots I have a lot of wallpapers I cycle through
Favourite cartoon character: Marvin the Martian
Personal Quote: See more, do more, BE MORE!!

Favourite Visual Artist
Richard Konkle
Favourite Movies
Stranger than Fiction, Avatar
Favourite TV Shows
Farscape, Wonderfalls, Firefly
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Right now? Sara Bareilles, but that'll change.
Favourite Books
Illegal Aliens, Honor Harrington Novels
Favourite Writers
Robert A. Heinlein, David Weber
Favourite Games
Champions RPG, Mass Effect
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC
Tools of the Trade
MS Word, Paint.net
Other Interests
Computers, Games, Comics, SciFi, P&PRPGs
I've been reading, what up to this point, has been a fantastic story. It's called The Deathworlders. Prior to Chapter 22 I would have highly recommended it. But then I got to that chapter, it's very long, split into six parts. The more I read this chapter the more disgusted I became. The part I hated was the writer went to great lengths to describe how one character was cheating on another and how everyone around her kept encouraging and justifying her actions. At the end of part five the woman even goes and confesses that she is cheating and doesn't think it's wrong to the man's father. The father's response is to say that he can't judge. This woman had fundamentally betrayed his son and he can't judge??????? Short of murdering someone, there is nothing more evil that you can do to someone than betray their trust. Writers throughout history have gone on endlessly over the overt harm that betrayal does to someone. Some of the most harsh punishments in law have been imposed
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I just saw Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 last night and it got me to thinking.  Thanos's basic philosophy is that there are too many people for the resources of the universe, so he goes around and kills half the population of various planets.  He wants the Infinity Stones to he can do it to the entire universe in one go.  In his mind once half the population is gone there is plenty for everyone who is left and everyone is happy and peaceful and thus he is a hero.  First lets ignore that he would have to repeat this process forever as populations grow and instead focus on the idea that there are limited resources and how this leads to the idea
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Mass Effect 3

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Life is full of disappointment and even Mass Effect 1 and 2 had things that I wished they had done better.  But Bioware did enough things right that I was able to overlook the things I thought that they did wrong.  The primary disappointment from ME1 to ME2 was that they cut so much from the game that they had in the first one.  Why does it seem to be the standard is to "reinvent" something instead of keeping what works and improving what doesn't. Mass Effect 2's story, for the most part, was good enough for me to overlook the massive chopping up of the elements of the first game.  (Although I have yet to be able to come up with a "fix" for
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Thanks for the last :+fav:

Wish you a good day. Skal

Thanks for fav and watching! 🙏👋

Thank you for watching :)

Thanks for watching!

:wave: HO !

Thanks very much for the :+fav:
As well, thanks also for the :+devwatch: on my gallery, hope you like my coming works.
Wisch to you a wonderful day :D
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:wave: HO !

Thanks very much for :+fav:

Wisch to you a wonderful day :D
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