Yeah. It is also incredibly mature to compare being denied the use of humans to violations of human rights, to genocide, and to tyrannical regimes. That is definitely mature. It's so mature, it'd be rated Adult Only.
Post by Pierre Bezukhov on Oct 25, 2014 19:32:13 GMT -6
"Cry, the beloved country, for the unborn child that is the inheritor of our fear. Let him not love the earth too deeply. Let him not laugh too gladly when the water runs through his fingers, nor stand too silent when the setting sun makes red the veld with fire. Let him not be too moved when the birds of his land are singing, nor give too much of his heart to a mountain or a valley. For fear will rob him of all if he gives too much." - 'Cry, the Beloved Country', Alan Paton
Post by Lord Kyle Deshara on Oct 25, 2014 19:34:58 GMT -6
Hal, when I personally say something on it, it isn't "Tyrannical". Calling me a tyrant for saying no to something is the kind of thing that's gotten people booted from the thread for stupidity when in the end, my word is final no matter what 'freedom' or 'liberty' say. As for several loopholes...no not really? I've said a MULTITUDE of times even before the reboot that the only way humans are going to be present are as offshoots of the TSE. You are coming off as the same extremist of "FOR LIBURTY HURR" that made me side against you in the past. There are limits to freedom no matter where you turn, and I said no to humans because no...Their presence isn't expanding creativity, in this setting its arguably stifling it instead. I keep mine for reasons of I don't want to rework history and have to start over on designs that I want to continue applying to new plots. This isn't a bloody nation, something not being permitted isn't a bloody oppression of freedom to be compared to those. You INSULT these nations and people to compare something trivial as a decision for a bloody roleplay to their efforts to give their lives direction that isn't the whims of another. Their battles are fought for REAL freedom, not a war of "I WANT THIS, THEREFORE I SHOULD HAVE IT!", for christ's sake that's the exact thing they deny themselves. This entire "essay" also carries the implication that I'd be wrong to deny a fan-faction of a popular show like star trek and movies like star wars.