Beggar Pwnxxorz Inday

The undisputed champion “Inday” is practically owned by a beggar.

Amo::  Inday! May pulubi sa gate. Paalisin mo nga!

Inday:: Right Away!

Inday to Beggar:: Hey you putrid-smelling beggar with the diverse ambiance of scented junk that assails everybody’s nostrils and poisons everyone’s fresh and carbon-free lungs. Please go away now!

Beggar:: What? Who do you think you are? You pathetic trying hard nanny! How could you, a social climber and a very low grade mammal underestimate a high-class beggar like me? The hell with you

Inday:: Nakakasakit ka na ah! Ma’am! Ayaw umalis oh!

Sorry Inday but you may have PWNED Banker, Kris and the rest of the Deal or No Deal people but not Mr. Beggar. You just lost to a putrid-smelling beggar with the diverse ambiance of scented junk that assails everybody’s nostrils and poisons everyone’s fresh and carbon-free lungs.

Credits to Red Ranger ChaosMohawk!

Reborn! 199

Yeay! Yamamoto exposure. After Gokudera’s exposure, Yamamoto exposure followed.

Genkishi never did realize that Squalo saw through him. Squalo really knew that Genkishi lost on purpose. He was never that smart to realize that. Good thing Squalo knew about it and included that on the Special DVD. Yamamoto Takeshi FTW!!  I still hate Shouichi Irie. A nerdy retard. he srsly looks like on of those people in the Yotsuba Group on Death Note.

Naruto 406

Yeay! Naruto’s not such a retard anymore because of Shikamaru.

Shikamaru has been booming Naruto up. Shikamaru’s so smart. Does Shiho like Shikamaru? No! I want a ShikaTema teamup! Anyways, Shikamaru is not that attractive. His brain is what he’s got. Naruto is about to reveal the code. I’m so excited. I have to know what the code means. They also got one of Pein’s bodies. Will that body move? Nooo!! Not again with one of my wild imaginations. Another prediction for Naruto 407 is that he may not know what that means. Since he doesn’t have the “brains”. But if we consider his time spent with Jiraiya. There is a possibility of knowing that code. Ratio is 55:45.. 55 is to the prediction of him knowing that code.

Another rant:: A certain person said my predictions were somehow stupid. It was a prediction, a possibility, a hypothesis. I didn’t say it was gonna happen. Hell her.

The truth of Mediocrity

     
We people just say “That’s alright, at least you did something rather than nothing”. We tend to be satisfied with our satisfactory works. But if

we make it extraordinary, we can have excellent results. Mediocre is as god as nothing. Why do we like mediocre things? Why don’t we make it extraordinary.? Why do we even stick to mediocrity when in fact we can even work it out so we can have brilliant results. We even hear people saying “Nothing is interesting with this, let’s move to that one because it’s much more cooler”. It’s just like saying “Your work is useless.”. We must take risks to make it a good work. We must have our time. Responsibility and Patience are virtues which are highly needed. So, will you still stick with mediocrity? Or do it excellently? It’s still up to you.

8059! YamaGoku

Well, 8059 is the hottest couple on Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Yamamoto is fighting Genkishi now. That would be hard since

Gokudera isn’t around. Genkishi even said he purposely lost to Squalo. He’s pretty confident. Also, 8059 is so sweet. 59 even yelled “Grab my Hand!”. It was like, “Oh mah gawd!”. 8059 is so cool. They were mostly sweet during the “Encounter with Gamma at the forest” part. They should end up with each other. The coolest people in school are ending up with each other.

Death Note: Justice or just plain murder?

I am recently on a debate. A debate which concerns death note. A side says Light’s actions are justice. Whilst I say it’s just plain murder. Here’s why…

Criminals deserve justice. Criminals are not bad thoroughly, they have a good side. Light just didn’t realize that. He was too stupid wanting to be god. Murdering people just to be a god is still not justice.

Light didn’t also allow the “Minor” Criminals as what your defense says.

Light wanted to be god. That’s the bottomline. A psychotic freak,, If he didn’t want to become god, he could’ve just explained everything. He should’ve done a calm approach first. If he didn’t want to become god, he COULD NOT have murdered the FBI. Sheesh. FBI is doing their duty whilst Light is a mere citizen who is murdering people without any authority. Why would a mere citizen who has no position or whatsoever !@#$ anyone just like that? Killing is Killing. No matter what angle, it’s still wrong.

You also talked about Balance of Nature. What do you know about Balance of Nature? Balance of Nature means the existence of both good and evil. Without the other, the other one wouldn’t also exist.

Light went to the extent of using his own father just to achieve his goal of becoming god. His actions were already clear. He JUST WANTED to become god. Nothing else. He wants the world to fall under his hands and he could control every movement.

Raito is not justice. How can he be justice? He doesn’t know the real meaning of justice. Lawliet may have admitted he doesn’t know the meaning of justice. But Raito still thinks he knows what justice really means which is of course, A lie.

The people were already IN FEAR of Kira. They were so scared that they decided to support him for they had no other chance. If compared to the criminals. When encountering criminals, we have self defense. If Kira targets someone. We CANNOT do anything about it because he is in secrecy and we don’t even know him yet. If Raito rules the world, people will be living in FEAR more than what they felt when there were criminals.

To the people who say it’s justice:: You people don’t know what justice means. Ever heard of Utilitarianism?

   1. Deterrence. The credible threat of punishment might lead people to make different choices; well-designed threats might lead people to make choices which maximize welfare.
   2. Rehabilitation. Punishment might make bad people into better ones. For the utilitarian, all that ‘bad person’ can mean is ‘person who’s likely to cause bad things (like suffering) ’. So, utilitarianism could recommend punishment which changes someone such that he or she is less likely to cause bad things.
   3. Security. Perhaps there are people who are irredeemable causers of bad things. If so, imprisoning them might maximize welfare by limiting their opportunities to cause harm.

Ever considered those?

There’ll be some more details. I’ll post the others if I have the time.