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The Walking Deadman

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About The Walking Deadman

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    Midcard
  • Birthday 07/30/1991

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  • Favourite Wrestler
    Undertaker / Paige
  • Favourite Music
    Nirvana, Metallica, Stone Temple Pilots, AC/DC, Alice In Chains, Johnny Cash, etc.
  • Favourite Wrestling Company
    WWE
  • Orientation
    Straight
  • Favourite Food
    Steak
  • Favourite TV Show
    Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead
  • Playstation Network ID
    ScorpionDeadman0
  • Twitter Handle
    TMLittleton

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    Male
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    Kentucky, United States
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    Video Games, Computers, Music, Sports, etc.
  1. Thank you! Yes we should be able to have this in the game Can you send me a pic of it please? Ah thanks. Hmm Ill see what I can do here. Ill keep you posted His entrance attire for that match was the same jacket he has in the game as his modern attire's default entrance gear.
  2. Would you make Sting's 3/3/11 attire?
  3. What happened to Rydee's creations on 2K19? I was wanting to download his Punk, and Ryback, as I have decided to stick to 2K19 due to the trainwreck that 2K20 has been. I saw them on there a few weeks ago, but as I finally got around to trying to download them, I see they, and the rest of his creations, are gone. Does anyone know if he took them down or 2K just deleted random work?
  4. People complain about political correctness because it eventually makes problems like all the things you see happening in US schools, like schools banning tag, getting kids in trouble for playing 'cops and robbers' etc, not because some guy wants to be able to call people racist names without repercussion.
  5. Man...what the *Censored* are you even talking about? I think you need to get out of Kentucky. That's why I said unrealistically, it can never happen, unless people are conditioned from an early age, which that in itself would be unethical.
  6. I did not say it would completely get rid of it, but it would hurt it. And the more it suffers, the better. And everyone would be doing those same hard drugs, but they would now be legal...and everything you've just said becomes completely counter-productive to your original point, which was not about drug dealers, but about drugs themselves... I still hate drugs, but I doubt that people will ever give them up altogether. The dealers are also a big reason I hate them, it's basically making scumbags rich. Legalizing drugs will not hurt the drug dealers. When a drug is legalized and sold at pharmacies, in comes tax revenue and other shit with retail. It will be much cheaper and easier to get them from your usual friends/drug dealers. Drug dealers can continue to sell drugs, albeit less worryingly since the drugs are legal and there is less chance of them getting busted by the cops. Oh and weed is not the only drug that drug dealers deal. And there is no way that every class A drug will be legalized everywhere. Another alternative would he making drug dealer's sentences harsher, and unrealistically, a solution would be to program everybody to hate drugs.
  7. While still being a big problem, nonetheless. I feel society would be better off without them, but I doubt that would ever happen. As you said though, there are bigger problems.
  8. I did not say it would completely get rid of it, but it would hurt it. And the more it suffers, the better. And everyone would be doing those same hard drugs, but they would now be legal...and everything you've just said becomes completely counter-productive to your original point, which was not about drug dealers, but about drugs themselves... I still hate drugs, but I doubt that people will ever give them up altogether. The dealers are also a big reason I hate them, it's basically making scumbags rich.
  9. I did not say it would completely get rid of it, but it would hurt it. And the more it suffers, the better.
  10. Yeah, okay...this cements it. You really have no idea what you're talking about. The street dealers would not have an operation going if people could buy them fro a legal source.
  11. It would be funny if it wasn't sad. Also, these are the types of people who cause most of the problems in the world. The people who can't be happy living their own lives...they need to dictate what other people do. My point was that most dealers are the type of person who'd break the law in more ways than one and not think twice about doing it, most of them are reckless and have no regard for the well being of anybody else. And dealers exist because... The drugs are illegal. And the drugs are illegal because... people can charge more for them that way. And this benefits the government because...they get a huge chunk of that money. Is the real world starting to make sense yet? In an older post I said they should be legalized to hurt drug dealer's "business".
  12. It would be funny if it wasn't sad. Also, these are the types of people who cause most of the problems in the world. The people who can't be happy living their own lives...they need to dictate what other people do. My point was that most dealers are the type of person who'd break the law in more ways than one and not think twice about doing it, most of them are reckless and have no regard for the well being of anybody else. Helping a homeless person or rioting against oppression is nothing like pushing drugs So you're not only incredibly stubborn and close minded but also selective. Nice. That sentence came out terribly wrong. And yes, I do hate the drug trade quite bit, and rightfully so.
  13. Helping a homeless person or rioting against oppression is nothing like pushing drugs.
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