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  1. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    My bad, sorry for the misinterpretation. To elaborate, I don't think that being fired from a position constitutes a new life, whereas changing a job should trigger NLR. Placing a hit on someone who got you firedโ€”like the Chief or Mayor for firing you, or a politician overthrowing youโ€”is something I'd consider perfectly fine at the current moment, whereas changing your job to act upon something shouldn't be permitted. The motd could be cleared up a bit more on this, I do agree.
  2. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    -1. As it currently stands, I'd say it's perfectly fine to place a hit on someone who got you fired, and removing a rule that has a positive impact on roleplay to accommodate something that really isn't a problem in the first place seems like a bad idea.
  3. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    why does this always happen when some autistic child gets banned
  4. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    -1, heard of some things before getting on, and had the displeasure of being in a sit with you a couple times. To me, at least, it seems like you don't care very much for the staff or the rules, and do things that you know are wrong because it's not strictly defined as off-limits. I'd like to see a huge change in behaviour before I even consider leaving a neutral.
  5. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    I don't think you actually know what free speech is
  6. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    Whilst you are certainly correct that the suffix "-phobic," derived from the Greek word phobos, is used clinically in reference to an irrational fear, it is generally accepted that "homophobia" is used to describe prejudice against homosexuals. Furthermore, the word "homosexual" has no connection to Homo sapiens, or the Homo genus; "Homosexual" is derived from the Greek root homos, meaning same, and the more modern sexual. This could be misleading, if the Latin root "homล" wasn't literally meaning human. As such, "Homo" is the genus of which we, and now extinct species of human, belong to. On topic, whilst "man" is often used to describe males, it is also quite commonly used to represent humans.
  7. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    Bad people will find ways to get anything. I'm not saying that it's not a negative thing that people can illegally get their hands on firearms, but the solution to people with ill intent being able to obtain firearms isn't to make firearms easier to obtain, just as the solution to people being a danger to others because of illicit substances isn't to give everyone drugs. One thing that I can tell you is that it is far easier to defend against a firearm when people don't have firearms in the first place; if illegal guns are an issue in Australia, the Australian government should crack down on how they are getting into the country, how they are distributed, and who has them. I don't want to live somewhere where I have to have a gun because the government made them readily available to people who would potentially harm me. "How is one meant to defend against that?" is a great question, especially if you were to give something so hard to defend against to a lot of people. I'd also like to know where your statistic came from, if you wouldn't mind sharing.
  8. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    Bad people do bad things, with or without the firearms. But firearms give bad people the opportunity to kill someone instantly, without any chance of self-defense. You act like self-defense is entirely reliant on firearms. There are other ways to defend yourself, and there are systems in place to defend you. Just because you can't kill a home intruder with the flex of a finger and no second thought doesn't mean that you can't protect you or your home from an intruder.
  9. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    I actually cannot believe that you're inferring that refusing your everyday Joe the power to kill someone with the squeeze of a trigger directly leads to the systematic murder of millions of people. Freedom doesn't mean being able to shoot people, and not handing every citizen a deadly firearm on a silver platter doesn't mean that we're ruled by a tyrannical and oppressive government. We don't have guns, and yet, we have freedom; surprisingly, too, firearms are required to be registered, and I don't recall a holocaust.
  10. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    Since I am gay, I will obviously marry it
  11. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    Now we know why Heinz wants legalised firearms
  12. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    An argument for firearms isn't that citizens will feel safer. If you really want people to feel safe, the government should crack down on where these illegal guns are coming from, and where they are now. What is most certainly counter-productive to making people feel safe is for even more people to have firearms. It's like helping someone be less afraid of being stabbed by allowing people to walk around at night brandishing knives, you're not going to feel safe by being even more exposed to it, you're going to feel safe if the issues are no longer present.
  13. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    So less fortunate people don't deserve the right to defend themselves?
  14. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    The everyday citizen isn't entirely defenseless, just as the everyday criminal is certainly not armed. You tout this argument as if every single criminal in Australia has an illegal gun, but any criminal you'd run into likely won't have a firearm at all. Just because a handful of people can illegally obtain firearms doesn't mean they should be given out to everyone like candy, because the solution to some criminals being able to shoot people isn't by letting everybody shoot everyone.
  15. Yuki ๐ŸŒบ

    So guns are great for home and self defense, but shouldn't be granted to people in unfortunate situations? Doesn't it seem a bit unfair to leave certain people completely defenseless after you legally give someone else the gun they could break in with?