GutzMurphy20999 karma2020-03-17 11:36:33 UTC
Howdy and high-falutin' rootin'-tootin' hotdogs right back at ya, pardner! Yeehaw!
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GutzMurphy20997 karma2020-07-17 22:05:32 UTC
And you really can't see any potential downsides to making it easier for human beings to view disturbing sensory input and not feel bad about? I mean, there's a reason why we have a strong visceral reaction to violent or upsetting imagery--ie. because it let's us know that something is not right with the input in question.
You remove that and you may be taking away a very important part of the human being's ability to correctly deduce when something may be very, very wrong. Feels like you're kind of playing with fire here.
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