The Time Lords of Gallifrey led a life of peace, and ordered calm; protected against all threats from...
...Oh wait. Wrong chapter. Let's see...
here. Good luck."
Before doing that, though, something should be said:
Good. Now that we've made Godwin's Law
of no effect on this page...
Squall is a very combative, pessmistically optimistic yet curious troper who loves Chess
, holds extremely politically-incorrect social views (as a badge of honor), is fascinated by The Unexplained
, seeks out Crowning Moments of Awesome
wherever he can find them, and tries to identify, wherever possible, potential ontological fallacies
contained in mainstream pop-culture fiction, in the name of separating that which is worthy from that which is not
. Toward that end, has anyone ever considered the following (spoiled material):
->"No one likes being forced to see the monsters. ...But the monsters don’t go away just because no one likes them. So I tell them anyway, and damn the consequences."
— The Man With No Name
The Greatest Fanfics of All Time For compilation and/or psychological study purposes, I am placing my personal list of the greatest disclaimed online literature ever penned on this page.
Shinji and Warhammer 40 K The Man With No Name Exoria
Possible Explanations for the Original Ending to Neon Genesis Evangelion All of these can be, but one of these must be, correct.
- There are no rational laws to the universe. Nihilism is not correct, but neither is materialism, nor theism; nor are they wrong. Substance is meaningless, and so is both the Instrumentality of Man Project, and rationality; everyone desires their minds to unified with all others, but they also don't desire it to be so. Upon unification, nothing is subsequently gained other than learning that everyone's same fear is ultimately fulfilled by no one. Love and kindness have the same meaning as hatred and cruelty. Mindless empty nothingness is as valid as screaming into a cacophony of chaos. If correct, it sets the stage for, by far, the most depressing potentiality of Instrumentality: that Shinji's constant moping is called for.