I see the term "incel" as women just desperately trying to hang on to power and save face after being rejected. Some guy doesn't want her because she's a fat ho, poof, she magically turns it around on him and calls him an incel.
They sound like cult leaders, or narcissistic people who don't want to have to actually defend their horseshit.
Fuck you, Kotaku.
People who don't practice what they preach are shitheads.
I don't even make any definitive statements, I just ask questions. How do we explain the broken bones in his neck? What about the screaming coming from his cell? What about the guard who was not normally on staff? What are the odds that the guards fell asleep and the power went out at the same time (thus no recording of the incident)? According to the establishment, this is a "conspiracy theory", with no actual theory being suggested.
I think an element of this is that women tend to hover around average IQ, and people at that level of intelligence can easily get confused and dupe themselves into thinking their own self-interest is also the morally correct thing as well. A smart person would concede that their own interests don't necessarily align with what is morally correct all the time.
Do these people understand that land was bought and sold on this level throughout all human history? Literally what is strange about it?
These are bad arguments because people going up against Hero can take all of these factors into consideration when dealing with him. It's basically complaining that a character has a lot of moves and a lot of different options. He is a new character. Get used to it and give it some time instead of reflexively banning and crying for nerfs as usual.
If we can't simply stop them from collecting this information, there should at least be some legal guarantee that whatever data they collect cannot be used against someone. I always say ridiculous and hyperbolic things in private, because it's fun.
I was commanded by the left to blindly believe all women no matter what