This story is a horrible tragedy, though wouldn't we be acting like him (rage) and acting out of hate and violence if we did?
Doesn't this mean when we are seeing these things happen and our reaction is the same as the tragedy, doesn’t our society hold responsibility?
Is our society a tragedy waiting to happen or are we becoming a tragedy?
If we build a society where everyone is left, forced to fend for themselves, whether its learning basic skill or social responsibility, who can we not expect these tragedies to happen?
So in turn we leave our selves (society) vulnerable then when something horrible happens we respond in kind, it seems a terrible way to survive.
It can't be possible we were raised in this way by our families, i.e. everyone fends for themselves, where a family is locked in a room and thrown a piece of meat occasionally to fight over.
So how did we get to the point we expect everyone else to live by impossible standards, then when carrion and inevitable tragedy happens we stand back as if we can't imagine how this happened.
Will the monster become the mirror?
Now before I get trounced, these things couldn’t have happened because we are not smart enough, as an example I know there are very intelligent people on this board, so for the interest of science and society was there anyway to prevent this from happening or happening again?
It can’t be that we doubt our own ability to solve/prevent this kind of thing, can it?
We gamers play some of the most complex games whether its puzzles, simulators or RPGs saving our simulated worlds becoming heroes, is this puzzle, simulation, RPG too complex for us?
I don’t think so and I hope you don’t either.
Anyone got any ideas?
Thanks for any tips.
The worst criminal in human history, undeniably. There has never been a figure in political history, so dedicated to destroying the prospects of organized human life on the planet, in the near future.
Beating and Gassing Americans for Jesus!