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The Joker is a unique sense of insanity, but with clever cunning beneath it all. He dresses as a clown, a figure to induce happiness and such, yet he brings fear to Gotham. It is this dualism that makes him so interesting. A much more sinister enemy than Voldermort, as, which i was inspired by the first argument, he ends the victims in a slow, fearful slicing rather than an instantaneous spell.
No, at least not in the form they are now.
Currently, you need to wear special, often bulky, and often expensive glasses to view the 3D, like anyone who went and saw Avatar or any of the other recent 3d movies. People with glasses find them extra uncomfortable. I do no think that this is the way to go, nor will it kick off if you have to shell out money for glasses for each person that might want to watch your TV
War is often caused by one group having something the other group wants, or doesn't want them to have, i.e. oil, weapons, certain religions, governments, freedoms (lack thereof), and more. These wars could have been prevented by a logical, diplomatic debate and agreement, rather than the oft-too-rash aggressiveness.
Contrastingly, you could have a somewhat Orwell-ian influenced look, where war still exists, but it does not effect the people, to their knowledge.
This goes along with a similar debate on victimless crimes in which I have said, and will say again, that whether or not I have on a seat belt changes nothing about the crash, as it pertains to you. You are hurt the same, your car wrecked the same.
Yes, wearing them is safer, but whether or not I want to is my choice.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!