So i just got through the current chapter of One Punch-man and this page got me thinking. Is he right /a/? What do you think?
He's taking eventual failure for granted, as if he knows what the future is going to be like. Given that he hasn't experienced the future there is no reason for him to assume success or failure, and thus it is possible that the heroes are helping.
He's also making claims about other peoples' motivations based on the assumption that they agree with him on a point he has to explain to them. Essentially, he's saying that all they seek is self satisfaction because of his assumption that what they're doing is futile, but if the heroes don't think that what they're doing is futile then they could be motivated by a real desire to help people.
His logic is terrible.
The polls have spoken. We will be singing Asterisk for the Bleach /a/ sings. We will be switching to the TV size version in the interest of actually getting something decent. Depending on interest at the end of the project I would be very happy to mix D-Technolife and Ranbu no Melody since those were the runners up and there was at least some interest.
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What makes characters like this so great?
Who is best usagi and why is it Rize?
Wanna see something cool /a/?
which words are these lips trying to convey?
She wasn't even best girl in her series. Pic related was
What's the best pompadour in anime ?
What was the symbolism behind this character?
This is your older brother for the afternoon.
Is eating dagashi lots of fun?
ITT Overrated Shit
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Shingeki no Kyojin
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
One Punch Man
Mahou Shoujo MadokaMagica
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Spice and Wolf
Kill la Kill
This has to be the worst adaption of anything I've ever seen. Not even DEEN/Stay Night was this bad. It's fucking garbage and I'm mad for even watching it all the way trough. Fuck 8-Bit and fuck