The true thing in life is to put yourself in a position to blame and not blame others. Not everyone can be sure she/he will have a role to play in the future. You can’t blame someone for some of your actions, but you can’t blame others for your actions.
The other quote is “He’s a guy. He’s a guy who I can’t stand, but he is the man I’ve always hoped I’d meet.” It’s a bit hard to take as a self-promotion, but the quote is from an interview with the actor who played the title character in the movie “Hurt False Accusations.
We can always go back and quote the other guy, but this is the first time I’ve actually seen the guy in person, so I’ll just link to this interview from Google.
There are people who get angry at the idea of a quote being used for promoting themselves. I dont know how to put a ban on that. But the guy is a great actor, and I would hate to see him disappear from the public eye. There are other people who try to defend others that they feel their are less than others. We all have our own motivations. Some people feel like “I dont deserve that.” and others feel like “I deserve that.
The most common argument I see is that someone should be able to quote someone else, but they should be able to cite the source of the quote. In fact, the first time I heard someone say this, I thought they were just trying to defend someone else, and I felt like the person should have known better.
I can’t think of a single person I know that would argue that they “deserve” to be attacked by someone else, but I can think of a few people that they would try to defend themselves from. This is because they are defending themselves. But I’m not sure if this argument is entirely valid.
I think this is a very valid argument regarding a specific case. People have a certain amount of autonomy over whether or not they will defend themselves from a situation. For example, if I break into your house, and you break into my house, you should be able to defend yourself. If I break into your house and you break into my house, you should be able to defend yourself.
So you are arguing that people don’t defend themselves, but that the situation is exactly the same as where they are defending themselves. And that’s true, for sure. So I think this is a valid argument.
In the real world, some people can be quite willing to give up their autonomy for the sake of protecting others. But in the anime world, no, in the real world, some people are just not that kind of person.
The problem is when you have people who are willing to take up arms against you, but are very reluctant to do so when they see there are consequences. A lot of anime’s villains are really hard to defeat. In Deathloop, you can pick up the phone and call the police, or you can do whatever it takes to end the game as soon as you win.