[It's Over] The true test of whether you have accepted that it is over or not

If there was a button that nuked the entire planet, ending all life, would you push it?

  • Yes, it's over

    Votes: 31 70.5%
  • No, I have hope and/or continue to cope

    Votes: 13 29.5%

  • Total voters
    44

mviper

stuttering avoidant tiredcel
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#1
If you were presented with a button that when pushed ended everything, would you push it? It could be a button that caused a nuclear apocalypse or spawning a black hole in the middle of the Earth that consumes everything nearly instantaneously, doesn't matter.
 

PersonalityChad

Death to (((America)))
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#4
No, i still have hope that America collapses and Occupied Palestine gets liberated by Chadzbollah in the future.
 
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#5
The world is a twisted repeating process of natural selection where the strong prevails and the weak perishes. The ultimate blackpill is that after billions of years the whole process will repeat, creatures will be formed slowly.

But liberating the earth for billions of years is better than nothing.
 

ManletHalfCurry

5'6 Manlet Half Curry Abomination
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#6
Of course I would.

No species on earth has caused more destruction, death and suffering than humans have we deserve extinction, sadly since we are wiping all life out the other species that don't deserve to go extinct will have to be sacrificed in order to stop the the plague that is the Human species.
 
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#7
I would because my ego has given up a long time ago, but the body never gives up so I still have subconscious hope which makes me continue the looksmaxing and occasional approaching.
 

Hate_my_life

Fuck all foids
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#9
Yes.

The world is fucked as it is and as much as I hate humans, I'd be adversely helping them from destroying themselves/one another in the long run.
 

nice_try

now LDAR
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#12
No. I'd rather fix something instead of throwing it in the trash.
The world could be fixed. It would require extreme measures :feelshmm:, but it would be possible.
 

wereqryan

Complete Biological Failure
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#15
Just because its over for me doesn't mean that I want to destroy the whole world. I rather just take myself out of the equation, that would be enough.
 

mviper

stuttering avoidant tiredcel
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#17
Just because its over for me doesn't mean that I want to destroy the whole world. I rather just take myself out of the equation, that would be enough.
This may sound contradictory, but taking only yourself out of the equation when you have the power to end the equation itself is actually the selfish and less morally sound action. Once you've crawled through the abyss, braved the horrors of a full mental breakdown and ego death you may realize this. By not destroying everything, you are neglecting the suffering of 80% of men currently in existence and 80% of all men yet to be born. How many untold billions or trillions must suffer? And even if you disregard the fact that women are demons and treat them with some level of humanity, everyone still dies in the end and must endure pain. You would be sparing them the hell that awaits them.
 

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