BeeAre wrote:Hmmm, I would this is a good rule of thumb, yes. How far does that line go? HOW CAN YOU KILL THAT WHICH HAS NO LIFE? No but seriously, what counts as killing?
I think this is a case of "the devil's in the details". There's defiantly a difference between killing, and homicide. There's killing another creature, (like an animal) and then there's killing another human. If you recall, the Powerpuff Girls killed countless giant monsters in the show. But I guess it all comes down to a matter of individual perspective. What's considered "okay" as far as killing goes, is more of a persons point of view. Hell, that's why there are vegans/vegetarians in this world.
I do recall that! Plus, the PowerPuff Girls never learned a lesson that killing is wrong, but the question is: What are they gonna do with the monsters or what will the monsters do since the PowerPuff Girls let them live? So, I guess killing was an option.
To be honest, that was one of my problems with the show. Is that they never learned anything about that killing is wrong and they go to school. They were never scolded or anything like that. I dunno... About them being superheroes, I'm not sure about that because all they do is little punch and kicks and those monsters are defeated. They hardly broke a sweat! Not that I'm bashing on them or anything, but in my terms when it comes to a superhero, that person has to be pushed to the very limit by the supervillain. The superhero/superheroine, if he/she teamed up with another superhero/superheroine, they would use forms of creative tag team style with powers and/or without against their opponents besides little punch and kicks. I think there was an episode where the PowerPuff Girls talked to a monster then all of a sudden beat it up (probably both PPG and PPGZ).
The PowerPuff Girls has it way too easy. The thing in PowerPuff Girls Doujinshi is that I like the fact that they ARE pushed to their limit. Perfect ex: What's currently happening.
with Boomer... He performed a public act of service by preventing that kid from getting cavities and whatever it is that leads to the cons of eating too much candy. I still crack up when I hear the kid says out loud that he spent all his allowance on all that candy
. Sorry, I keep going back to the RRBs. They are my favs. Anyways, Boomer got beat up by three girls... NOT FAIR and SO NOT RIGHT!!! But that's my way of putting it with that of the episode Bubble Boy.
But really, the RowdyRuff Boys are one of those 'villains' that gives the PowerPuff Girls a run for their money. They are way too strong for them, but equal in power. Heh, funny how Craig McCracken wanted to make them the most hated by making them like Zod, Ursa, and None. Who hates Zod, Ursa, and None?
I know I don't! The only way for the PowerPuff Girls to defeat them is by feminine wiles and kinda outsmarting them, but I believe that one day the RowdyRuff's will get back at them and their win and lose streak will be tied.
Mojo Jojo and HIM I like as villains. They are ones who gives the PowerPuff Girls a run for their money as well, but Mojo is a little easy compared to HIM, IMO.
Vegan? I thought the perspective of being a vegan was of 1. Religion and 2. Health. My parents are Vegans. My brother and I are half-vegans
"I think this is a case of "the devil's in the details". There's defiantly a difference between killing, and homicide. There's killing another creature, (like an animal) and then there's killing another human."
- Nicely worded and so true! It just feels like people/animals like them have their lives mentally challenged.
Mad-Mutt wrote:Doesn't always mean we have to agree with it, but what really is left of Sam if she's sold her soul for a new shiny body. Or does she have something left inside. Hate is a human emotion. An emotion we all know too well.
Sam also seems to feel pain. She did say "Ow" when she finally landed at the bottom. I'll admit that I am not exactly familiar with robots, cyborgs, and the like, but can mechanical beings also be programmed to feel pain? Or does this mean that she has some of her nervous system still intact?
Edit: This is somewhat Off-topic, but that video at the bottom of this page is nice. I like the song.
IMO, when it comes to an advanced humanoid or cyborg, anything is possible to be programmed in order to feel pain and stuff. Gunslinger Girl would be an example or even Appleseed and Ghost In The Shell. These are good examples to watch anime and figure it out http://www.fantasy-magazine.com/reviews ... alchemist/
They kinda react to certain types pain. So, yeah... As far as we know it, they'll be spitting out Interjections