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To Empathize with Nazis

A friend sent me an article about mindflayers in D&D and an analysis on what the lead designer Mike Mearls said about the tremendously evil creatures ability to garner empathy, or at least sympathy. The short of it was that … Continue reading

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From My Point of View, the Jedi Are Evil

Hello, readers. It’s Rii’s husband again. Today I’m here to talk about Star Wars. As you can tell by the title, I’m going to be talking about how the Jedi are not as good as the movies would have us … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Satanism

The first thing a lot of people think of with “Satanism” is something along the lines of every evil, demonic cult ever.   But that’s generally a gross misunderstanding of what Satanism actually is. And if you understand Satanism, not … Continue reading

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Death Note

Death Note is an interesting story if for no other reason than that the protagonist is a villain. I mean I guess you could argue that, and in a small way that’s the whole point, but I believe Light Yagami is … Continue reading

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It’s All Context and Perspective

There’s a funny sort of phenomenon in children’s films about animals. If the story is about mice, then cats are bad guys. But if the story is about cats, then mice are either essentially non-entities or the cats are friends with … Continue reading

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