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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    you have to violence to get your point across sometimes well most of the time. you cant always settel things by talking it out. most of the time that doest get the point across. Now some things like random acts of violence are for fun even though it isnt good fun some people show off like that.Theres even a sports for it like boxing or weresling. they have no point and there very violent but its all for our entertainment

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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    lets keep it simple...
    Wuts the point of violence?
    that when all other possible means to settle a dispute didn't work, to state/defend that one idea/person/wutever is superior to another one.
    and like Abu Dhabi said... its part of human nature, it's like the the oldest way to solve things. plus its fun too ^^
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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    The point of violence is violence. Umm, duh, right? Wrong. People try to hit youwith the phrase, "There's no point to violence," yes there is. Between people, violence is about inflicting pain, right? If you want to inflict pain, you should be inflicting to inflict pain, not for any other reason. However, there's a subtle hypocrisy behind this idea because people have it in their heads that nothing happens without a reason or cause.

    Primarily, violence is used as a physical control over someone else. If you cause someone pain, they are more likely to do what you tell them to, it's just human nature. Granted, there are other more 'practical' ways to implement control over someone that people consider less violent, but not exactly less cruel. Violence is the quickest, simplest way to control someone. To say it has no point is to say nature has no point. Maybe it doesn't, but that's not what we're arguing here....

    Plus think about something for a moment. Many of you say there's no point to violence, but tell me, who among you do not derive a certain pleasure or entertainment from watching a man on T.V. get brutually shot to death in cop show, play video games where blood spews like a fountain regardless of where you hit the guy, or watch movies about wars and death and glory? You can say violence has no point all you want, but there's nothing very realistic behind your claim.

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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    the point of violence ummmmmmmmmm
    there is no point i don't think. it is just a reaction. me i have fun pretending like i am fighting with my friends specally with friends at school cause it helps me blow off steam and learn how to defend my self.i don't like to fright seriously because i am the kind of person who can talk stuff over and don't stay mad for long so i am like what is the point. some people at my school say just give them some boxing gloves and let them go out side and fight and everything will be settled.wouldn't that just make the problem worse. i don't get it.
    That is why i think violence is just a reaction to anger

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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    Huh? Well me personally I enjoy hurting people. Fighting is pretty damn fun. Oh and Dark has teh correct.
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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    Me and Shodokan agreeing. Whoa.

    Violence is a natural human tool. Call it primitive, call it barbarious, but at the end of the day it still exists and always will so long as we're human. People call wars pointless, and yet wars have shaped our society. Two little kids get in a fight on the playground and people wonder, "what was the point?" Maybe the point wasn't worthy of combat by an adult's standards, and perhaps there truly was no reason for the fight. But violence is triggered by our own human nature, just the same as love or excitement.

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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    Violence is never pointless. If you watch someone get attack for no reason, that is your point of view. The view of violence is differnt to every one. War is never point less. There is always a reason for war. Land, power, or to make shure the people are safe. Violence is the easy way to gain control over something or someone.


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    Re: The Point Of Violence

    Quote Originally Posted by rock on View Post
    Violence is never pointless. If you watch someone get attack for no reason, that is your point of view. The view of violence is differnt to every one. War is never point less. There is always a reason for war. Land, power, or to make shure the people are safe. Violence is the easy way to gain control over something or someone.
    Y'see, it's opinions like that which put our society in the crap-hole it's in now.

    There's never a valid reason for violence, war does nothing but waste money and piss off other countries--and does NOT keep people safe, and people who no nothing but negativity and violence don't really get to live as humans, but more like an animal.

    Violence is only nescessary when you have to defend yourself, and even then you should only use violence to a certain extent. You need anger management and tons of discipline... >_< Maybe even an anti depressant or two?


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