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80% of the time: An average guy on a slight power trip just doing what he told to do and wasting other peoples' time. Cops are usually trained to think that they're 'better' than citizens. Can commonly be found writing tickets, drinking coffee, and eating donuts. Perhaps sometimes they break up parties, pull over someone for DUI, or something similar. Not very adept at thinking, though. In really dangerous areas however, cops are usually bigger jackasses, but for once they're doing something useful (i.e. their JOBS.)

18% of the time: A jackass on a huge power trip that uses his enforcement powers to indirectly invoke a silly measuring contest. These guys (or also women, because female cops from my observations tend to be huge bitches with a need to act tough) feel good from humiliating people, using the maximum amount of force necessary, acting superior, etc. Tends to be the kind with a huge ego who bullied/was bullied in school and is trying to make up for it.

2% of the time: Good, hardworking people who reluctantly enforce stupid laws as little as possible while taking true violent offenders off the street. Usually pretty nice to ordinary people and good at diffusing situations.
Most cops are kind of lame, but not too horrible, a good portion are complete jackasses, and a few are worthy people. Sounds like most of society.
by Shadow Creator February 15, 2008
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A word hurled both at people who are truly envious of something (often something really stupid) and cynics who don't give a fuck but just like to spite people because said people are dumbasses.
Cynic: Fuck these dumbasses, they're so obsessed with their money and stupid fucking cars.

random dickhead: fuck u ur just jealous nigga

Cynic: No, fuck you, dumbshit. I'm not jealous of your worthless and pathetic lifestyle.
by Shadow Creator December 11, 2007
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Icelandic singer who also wrote the lyrics to Skyfire's debut album 'Timeless Departure'.
I know that Bjork has lyrical talent through her writing of Skyfire's lyrics, despite never listening to her music.
by Shadow Creator November 2, 2007
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Extremely overprescribed drug that is commonly handed out like candy. Can provide some 'numbing' effects for some, but corrects no real 'imbalance'. Much of it's 'help' is placebo effect related and it can be dangerous in many instances.
They don't need love, they're suffering from 'medical neglect', give 'em prozac!
by Shadow Creator September 4, 2007
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A symptom of a sick and hyper-materialistic society. The reason for this is that not everyone buys into the materialism as they grow up, thus they feel commonly disjointed from the rest, particularly after a horrible event that shakes up their perception of reality to another perception that is actually more accurate. However, at that time, the person will most likely not have the emotional/intellectual maturity to understand this 'new' reality, thus they are overwhelmed by emotions. While people plunge downward, in our society, most others refuse to help/react stupidly and end up making things much worse. During such a time of ghastly realization, one needs to be close to others who are going through similar ordeals, but such free thinking is often discouraged and the affair is too stigmatized for most to help with it.

Depression is not a 'medical disorder'; this has merely been invented to absolve others of responsibility and facilitate an easier, more smooth return to the status quo. Most people have trouble understanding people who are depressed, thus it is easier for them to say that they have some kind of 'condition' rather than making an attempt to genuinely understand them. The same goes for a psychiatrist; they are merely there to return the sufferer back to the status quo, whilst depression is often the beginning of a path to intellectual cynicism that transcends any 'normality'. Much of the reason that depression is far more common in current times than a hundred years ago is because many people run to technological outlets to avoid their problems, hence they are distracted, miserable and at the same time very confused.

Depressed people are commonly more disgusted by the 'norms' and anything sensationalist, but often are not given a sanctuary in which to learn/heal and often instead have nonsense shoved in their faces. Depression is beatable but requires a strong willpower, a great deal of thought, and a change of attitude. Many who have had severe depression at a point in their life can be great empathizers.

The theories that depression is caused by a 'chemical imbalance' are nothing short of nonsense; the brain does chemically adapt to changing circumstances, but since it is influenced by the metaphysical in this manner, it must be treated the same way. By psychiatric logic, being happy for an extended period of time is also a chemical imbalance.
Jake was deep in depression; but after two years of struggling, he finally pulled himself out of a rut and found himself not a teenager, but a man.
by Shadow Creator September 4, 2007
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Corrupt group of dumbshits that pander to the lowest common denominator. The reason that shit bands can make loads of money.
(Guy): Because the music industry is a piece of shit, you fucking cunt.
by Shadow Creator December 11, 2007
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A term used that is usually used in the context of entertainment, which can include reading, video games, television, and films. It refers to the reader/watcher's ability or desire (or both) to ignore, distort or underplay realism in order to feel more involved with the game, film, or book. This is a very common practice in many action movies, some books, but probably the most in video games. It is usually permitted and ignored because most people don't care about realism in their entertainment. It's also much more difficult to program a realistic game with highly realistic damage scales, movement, targeting, and more. Some games which are meant to be silly (grand theft auto) don't require much of this, because the entire atmosphere revolves around the less-than-serious style. However, some others attempt to be serious but fail to relay such. This still does not ruin the feel for most, though.

Some people have poor suspension of disbelief, or just don't prefer to use it. These people usually don't care for casual 'shoot em up' games unless there is a huge element of humor and stupidity that is integral to the game itself. They are sometimes perceived as tight asses, but in reality, they just prefer to keep their unrealistic games silly and stupid.

Sometimes, fan boys will take their suspension of disbelief too far and proclaim blatantly unrealistic things to be realistic in an effort to validate the game against 'invaders' who simply assert the truth.

Live Free Die Hard - Stunts are too extreme for average cop, certainly a good movie, but the theme could have been portrayed in a much better way if done more realistically.

Resident Evil 4: Ability to dodge lasers, but not clumsy villagers. Headshots do not decapitate or kill, but neck breaks kill. Metal masks deflect bullets. Story of 'alien virus' does not nearly reconcile with these shortfalls and main character is unable to walk and shoot at the same time despite having supposed secret agent type reflexes.

Halo: Using assault rifles, pistols, and Jeeps in ad 2550 despite extreme advances in space travel. Highways, buildings, and tech that look identical to C. 2025

Starcraft: Organic creatures that can somehow tear through inches of armor and resist hypervelocity bullets and bombs. Missiles that can tear apart advanced alien buildings.

Starcraft is fun as an RTS, but it is simply difficult for some to get involved in the story because of these shortfalls in realism.

Halo and Resident Evil 4 are fun shoot em up games with the former having a more realistic damage scale, but both try to be too serious for the lack of realism. However, with suspension of disbelief, most people are okay with all of this.
by Shadow Creator October 11, 2007
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