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PostPosted: Fri Aug 13, 2010 10:59 am 
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sorry didn't even see those posts discussing that very same thing, that'll serve me right for skimming


No, you said what I was trying ot say, but you said it a lot better


well thanks, and kudos for being on the same wavelength,

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Anyway, someone mentioned this to me earlier....but what if Rorschach didn't have a biological kid but found a kid alone and abandoned on the street?

With all the homeless men, women and children in New York, I'm sure that's happened more than once. And given that he's still living alone, I think it's a safe assumption that he'd pass them by without a second look.


I don't know if he'd just pass by a baby laying in the street or something. You're right he probably wouldn't raise it but surely he'd drop it off somewhere?

I wonder if he'd want to raise someone to have the same viewpoints as him though and fight crime the way he does....but I guess he probably wouldn't go through the effort of all of that.

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That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)
Indeed Walter/Rorschach is asexual, that´s what I believe and can read out from his character. So there must be something happening inside him to father a child. He would only do this with a woman that is likely like him and has the same believes...then again as he loathes the world as it is he wouldn´t probably set a child into such a sad world...
If he would find an abandonned baby he probably would drop it of somewhere. After all babies are innocent at the beginning...like children. If he would raise it himself? Hmm..not very believable but maybe he would if it means raising it up to be a very moral person...but very unlikely. Pitty. Maybe he secretly can be a good dad, trying to not do the same mistakes as his mother.


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That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.

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Godziller66 wrote:
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That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Hey when I was ordering my copy of it I think I saw that as well. You recommend I should get it? o.O

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Godziller66 wrote:
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LittleComedian wrote:
That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Wasn't the guy who wrote it a member on here?

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 12:33 am 
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Godziller66 wrote:
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LittleComedian wrote:
That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Hey when I was ordering my copy of it I think I saw that as well. You recommend I should get it? o.O

Well, it's not necessary reading, but it's pretty cool.

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Godziller66 wrote:
NiteOwl wrote:
This thread still exists...?

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LittleComedian wrote:
That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Wasn't the guy who wrote it a member on here?

Being a collection of essays, it's written by a ton of different people.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 12:38 am 
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Godziller66 wrote:
Nemesis x88 wrote:
Godziller66 wrote:
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LittleComedian wrote:
That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Hey when I was ordering my copy of it I think I saw that as well. You recommend I should get it? o.O

Well, it's not necessary reading, but it's pretty cool.

Smutty wrote:
Godziller66 wrote:
NiteOwl wrote:
This thread still exists...?

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EVERY THREAD STILL EXISTS!!!


LittleComedian wrote:
That´s a very tough question and I read here a lot of views and of course you can philosophy about it for hours! ;)

Speaking of philosophy, I recommend the book, "Watchmen and Philosophy". It's a pretty cool collection of essays that I really enjoyed reading a few years ago.

I don't get a commission from plugging it, unfortunately, but I feel like I haven't talked about it enough on here. Anyone else read it? I don't even remember.


Wasn't the guy who wrote it a member on here?

Being a collection of essays, it's written by a ton of different people.


Ah, I was wrong, it was the editor of the book.
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