Sorry guys, I won't sit here and rejoice with you about the death of another human being, even if I didn't agree with what he did in his life and think even he was mentally unstable.
I do hope that the people of North Korea see this as an opportunity to not allow themselves to be controlled by another government though.
Last edited by Willy Wonka; December-18th-2011 at 10:19 PM.
Rot in hell with your fellow pieces of ****!!
If you want to start in on this though, it's a naive world view to believe the death of no human is a time for celebration. It comes from someone who never had to live under the rule of someone such as that.
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Suspend critical thinking field! Go to course heading of reflexive response 101 at full bias!
Now!'Enter' at will!"
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I have no idea why I should give a damn.
he was a terrible, horrible human being. Of all the billions on earth, he was one of the absolute worst. Nothing about his life was good.
The only thing bad about him dying today is it didn't happen sooner.
Why do you find it odd that people are happy that a brutal dictator who has done nothing but destabilize the world while murdering millions of victims is dead?
I find it odd that you feel that is odd.
You find it unnerving that people celebrate the death of a monster. I find that out of touch with reality.
Last edited by JohnLockesGhost; December-18th-2011 at 10:39 PM.
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