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Old 12-22-2017, 11:33 AM   #76
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{...}Stop citing society as an excuse. Own responsibility for things. If things are bad and you want to change them, a top priority is to change them. Studying scenarios on the Internet does not help one in dealing with people.{...}
I beg to differ. I would like to fix this planet also from crime etc. but i can't and noone will allow one human to completely change planet with society like a Deity would do with snap of fingers or something. That is utopia. Also Masqurade rules if i understand that game correctly..why do you think princess Diana got killed? Cause she also tried to go AGAINST society system. Not want to repeat that mistake yet..i might be too young and inexperienced and not-combat-ready but i am not a crash test dummy with low IQ. :P

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Old 12-22-2017, 04:37 PM   #77
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I sincerely doubt that is why Princess Diane died. It's far too easy to destroy someone under that much public scrutiny with nefarious and scandalous means, whether real or fabricated, It is far more risky to have them murdered. Plus, considering Princess Dian's station and how much she appealed to "the Masses", any vindictive soul wanting to remove her piece from the chessboard would likely be wealthy and powerful and possibly prefer she stay alive to suffer indignity and loss.

Ultimately the greatest likelihood is the heavy odds that alcohol, panic and automobiles at speed equal Tragedy.

Ghandi stated "Be the change you wish to see in the world" and I think that is great advice whether that is as far as you take it or if you choose to actively champion a cause. Revolution begins within. It's also a pretty good idea to avoid shooting oneself in the foot.
 
  


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