When Hiroshima was bombed, 70,000 people were instantly vaporized. They didn't even know what had happened, they just died in a second. What if a bomb was dropped on your town, and you were instantly vaporized unbeknownst to you. It kind of changes your views on life, amirite?
I'm seriously not trying to be mean or anything, but when it comes to dying, that would be a way I would like to die. It's pretty much like disappearing. I'd hate to be one of those people who have to die slow and painful, or get hurt so badly that that's how they have to die. Dying like that is better, cause out of those 70,000 people, most of them are probably close friends and family, and you would all die together.
So many people were instantly vaporized (the lucky ones), but then there were so many people on the periphery of the explosion that got all fucked up, and died slowly or were mutated from radiation damage.
mutation by radiation reminds me of The Hills have Eyes
yeah because thats what that movie's about you fucktard
What kind of shadow would you leave on the wall?
I had a dream they dropped an atomic bomb on my house last night. I was not instantly vaporized.
I would like to be with friends and try to make a shadow orgy apon my wall.
No it does not affect me, as a pessimist this is a good death scenario. You can't live every day like it is your last and you can't live like you'll live forever.
High five for using the word unbeknownst
no, it doesn't change my views on life. i don't believe in god all of the sudden now?
it's just something tragic that happened which makes you think... just think...
It's not meant to make you believe in God all of a sudden. It's meant to make you appreciate your life more. Cherish life instead of taking everything for granted. Now, I'm not saying that you should live every day like it's your last or act as though you're going to live forever, just that sometimes when you might be freaking out because you're phone is temporarily out of service or something, that you should step back and get some perspective.
yes I understand that, I just don't believe that cherishing life for a moment is a "change of view on life". I took god as an example because a change in belief is a change of view on life imo. A change of view needs to be a drastic change to me.
And of course we might cherish life while we're reading this, but the next moment we will all step back into our fast-paced life...
Receives high five
Serious question, is this a joke?
Isn't this a little dark for an amirite post...?