Why do people love violence?

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 5:25 am » by SUKHOV


I've been pondering this question for years. Why people love violence is beyond me. Whether it be mortally damaging violence, or otherwise. I don't understand how people can root for such atrocities. When people openly agree with blowing each other up, shooting each other dead, etc, It mystifies me beyond comprehension. In school I never understood why people fought over petty things. The Violence in the past 100 years in my honest opinion is completely pointless, maybe even most of it in our history.

This stems from how easily manipulated people really are, how fragile your mind can really become, and how you can portray others with what you're told, shown, or even a victim of.


Is there any justification?


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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:13 pm » by Eldorado


Cause it makes you laugh......


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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:34 pm » by Elnorel


Most people dont need justification to be violent.

It is in their nature. Agression is usually a means to vent ones own frustrations.
Weak victims? No problem, the weaker the better.

Moral compass goes out the window.
People, be people.
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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:38 pm » by Edgar 2.0


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People love to see the other people suffer.

While eating pop-corn and having a beer...
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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:39 pm » by domdabears


And it's a great way to release your anger.

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PostSat Oct 13, 2012 2:41 am » by Kaarmaa


I agree with Elnorel, it's deep frustration.

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PostSat Oct 13, 2012 2:44 am » by domdabears


Dom Da Bears wrote:And it's a great way to release your anger.

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I hope everyone could sense the sarcasm.
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PostSat Oct 13, 2012 2:50 am » by Harbin


Because YOU'RE a douchbag and need you're ass kicked !
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PostSat Oct 13, 2012 2:52 am » by domdabears


Harbin wrote:Because YOU'RE a douchbag and need you're ass kicked !

:headscratch: You talkin to me?

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PostSat Oct 13, 2012 3:10 am » by Harbin


Dom Da Bears wrote:
Harbin wrote:Because YOU'RE a douchbag and need you're ass kicked !

:headscratch: You talkin to me?

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Bring it, bitch

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No man, just expressing THE attitude.

This comes down to the lack of opportunity that people feel. We are being squeezed into boxes. People are then acting out because of it. Even when people cannot intellectualize it, that being, if they really don't understand what is happening, they can feel it. These feelings are acted out.
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