Nah, it's more Objectivism vs. Centrism and then Collectivism vs. Centrism.
The basic premise was to take two extreme views and show how they can both lead to terrible crimes and tragedy in order to encourage Golden Mean thinking. At least, as I've seen it put.
I figured the second game was a different ideology set. As the third one is Patriotism Vs Popularism (or something.) I'm trying not to read plot summaries for the third game, so I've forgotten what they were wanting to use as the duality.
I kind of want to write a story about two minor girls in my story.
I never watched Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, though I vaguely imagine that it would be like that.
Jennifer is a sweet brunette with a mom she cannot reconcile with. Charlene is a quiet redhead whose only other remarkable feature are her white earrings.
They Fight Crime They have bad luck with boys and bond platonically over that.
She was just the girlfriend that I gave to one of my main characters to give him some romance.
But I decided that she was too flat so she got dumped for somebody else.
She never showed any bitterness over it though...so that's probably overdue. As it happens, that's a really pretty girl to me...
In my opinion, Bioshock didn't really claim to have a better alternative to Andrew Ryan's extremist objectivism. It just pointed out how completely out-there and unrealistic his vision is, leaving it up to each player to decide whether other forms of government are any better.
Hmm... is it me, or am I seeing an influx of Applejack avatars on the TV Tropes forums? Not that I mind, given that I do like her!
On another front, kinda relieved my crossover dream was finished with... it took three nights to wrap it up, and I'm kinda glad I've been able to avert a Dream Apocalypse. Hopefully, nothing sidetracks me and another friend from watching more of season 2 of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
On yet another front, I do hope I'm not forgetting anything college-related.
"If you have any beefs with Santa, do remember to SETTLE IT IN SMASH!"
Quote by Edveed
The coming of a new year is being heralded by a shower of fireworks in the sky.
And I'm watching it while munching on silvanas.
This is pretty much the only family tradition that I keep. And I love it.
it makes sense that Rufus mistook Bob for Ken, in Street Fighter X Tekken well as much as anything about Rufus makes sense. Rufus is a total lunatic and thinks obese is the best body shape for a professional fighter and Bob have blonde hair blue eyes and he wears red just like Ken.
Also Ohh no I'm Hot!
One of my family members told me that, while staying at a friend's house, they ran out of toilet paper. So they wiped their ass with one of their host's washcloths, washed it out, and put it back.I reacted thusly.◊