0nce upon a time, there was an arcade. I entered the arcade and I saw the prizes on the wall. All of the prizes are worth useless paper
tickets, and all of the prizes are designed to look good, but they are all junk.
Then I look around and see the game devices, game consoles, computers, and all this technology that is designed to take candy from babies, and
their parents. Yes, heartless evil humans created this.
So what would 0ne do in this situation?
I look at every arcade device as a skill, a talent, a lesson that needs to be learned. Then I would put my hard earned slave candy in the device, and
learn everything about it. I play the game until I mastered it. Then, useless paper tickets will be thrown at me, at the expense of my trial and
error, and hard earned slave candy.
So...0nce I mastered every single game in the arcade, the useless paper tickets become even more less valuable, because I can get them any time I
want, this makes the "prizes" even less valuable. So how does 0ne win?
I play, I master, and I give my hard work to a child who knows nothing about evil. Then I see the child, and the child's parents bright with a
smile, and thanking me. I know the child and parents ask themselves, "Why would some teenager waste all his talent and money on an arcade game,
and then give his tickets to a younger child?" LOVE! My prize was love, not some stupid useless tickets and material prizes. It was love, it was my
own happiness. Yes, money can buy you love and happiness, all you have to do is earn it, and give your money to someone who needs it more than you,
then PRESTO! You just payed for real love.
No 0ne is more powerful than me, LOVE SET ME FREE, that is my W.M.D.
Originally posted by ShatteredSkies
So if I thought really hard enough, someone else could die through the sheer power of my mind because I'm connected to them right? That sounds like a
pretty effective weapon.
No, if you thought really hard enough like that, someone might read your mind. THAT is a pretty effective weapon, to be able to sense a threat like
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