e.barone at flashnet.it
Sat Oct 16 13:33:39 EDT 1999
> First of all, to any casual viewer that would analize the scene with a
> a modicum of intelligence could realize the characterizations I mentioned
> before from the scene--it calls for very little interpretation and borders
> on the extremely obvious.
I disagree. It's all a matter of cultural background. Yours suggests you
what you say, mine does not. That doesn't mean any of them is better than
the other, but it surely means that it's not 'obvious'.
> Secondly, as I said, such fealings were
> superficial, you can't sit there and tell me that two 14 year old kids
> really are in touch with their feelings.
But it is my impression that they have some. As for the trouble, it's one of
the main aspects of NGE, isn't is?
> Jesus, most adults can't get their
> lives straight, believe me, that age is WAY too young to even know who you
> are, much less know love or relationships.
Nobody said they knew anything. But they don't need to know what they have
to have it.
> Shinji's "love" is nothing more than pubescent lust.
Again, to you. Don't tell me that it is an objective fact, one of the
problems that make many 'adults unable to get their lives straight' is that
you can't tell what you seem to take as an axiom of life.
> As for what shinji has gone through--it does explain
> WHY he masterbates with Asuka, and WHY he eventually tries to kill her; it
> still doesn't provide a justification. High stress levels are no defense
> for one's actions, just as alcohol, drugs, or extreme anger are not.
I never said he did the 'right' thing, only that given the circumstances it
was the most 'logical' thing that would've happened.
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