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Vampires vs Werewolves (1 Viewer)

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Scott Adams has pointed out that the presidential election has already devolved into a battle of myths, lies, and distortions vs myths lies and distortions, an epic battle of fantastic, mythical beasts.

Each side spins polls and data to show that their candidates are assured of winning. One falsehood after another flits across the public stage vieing for attention.

What is true? What is false? Nobody can say.

Who will win? Nobody can say.
 
Though I'm partial to werewolves, I think vampires have the edge in terms of powers and the fact they're not rage beasts. The Underworld movies might be up your alley.

:)
 
Though I'm partial to werewolves, I think vampires have the edge in terms of powers and the fact they're not rage beasts. The Underworld movies might be up your alley.

:)

The thing with werewolves is that they do not care if anyone likes them. After all anyone who can lick their own balls does not need friends.
 
Scott Adams has pointed out that the presidential election has already devolved into a battle of myths, lies, and distortions vs myths lies and distortions, an epic battle of fantastic, mythical beasts.

Each side spins polls and data to show that their candidates are assured of winning. One falsehood after another flits across the public stage vieing for attention.

What is true? What is false? Nobody can say.

Who will win? Nobody can say.

If you have no moral compass then both parties probably look exactly the same to you.
 
Though I'm partial to werewolves, I think vampires have the edge in terms of powers and the fact they're not rage beasts. The Underworld movies might be up your alley.

:)
Depends on mythos. Some werewolves learn control. I prefer the Mercy Thompson/Alpha Omega Universe with werewolves, vampires, fae, skinwalkers, and even various gods exist. The werewolves learn early on to control their beast to a large extent.

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Scott Adams has pointed out that the presidential election has already devolved into a battle of myths, lies, and distortions vs myths lies and distortions, an epic battle of fantastic, mythical beasts.

Each side spins polls and data to show that their candidates are assured of winning. One falsehood after another flits across the public stage vieing for attention.

What is true? What is false? Nobody can say.

Who will win? Nobody can say.

The guy who writes the comic strip Dilbert? Why is his opinion deserving of special attention?
 
Scott Adams has pointed out that the presidential election has already devolved into a battle of myths, lies, and distortions vs myths lies and distortions, an epic battle of fantastic, mythical beasts.

Each side spins polls and data to show that their candidates are assured of winning. One falsehood after another flits across the public stage vieing for attention.

What is true? What is false? Nobody can say.

Who will win? Nobody can say.

False equivalence fallacy and denial of facts because to right wingers, there belief in what is news has them thinking that The Blaze and Facebook bring them the news better than NYT and WaPo can.
 

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