Poll: Well?
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It says more if they did bad things
0 0%
It says more if they try to make up for those things
20 65%
Depends on the bad thing(s)
11 35%
Voters: 31.
#1
Does it say more about a person's character if they do really bad things?

Or if they spend the rest of their life trying to make up for it?

idk, I was watching a documentary about Dock Ellis (who you may know as the pitcher who threw a no-hitter while high on acid) and he did all kinds of bad shit (like beat his wife), but then he spent the rest of his life trying to steer people away from drugs so they wouldn't do that or other bad shit

got me thinking yo
Last edited by Shotgunmerc at May 30, 2015,
#2
It says far more about the person in how they react to a situation, not of them being in the situation itself.

Second option by far.
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#3
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#4
Everyone makes mistakes, buthow they react to those mistakes is what says a lot about them. Assuming they acknowledge something was a mistake to begin with.

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#5
once you've managed a no hitter on acid i think you can get away with a lot of shit because you are still going to be known as "that legend who threw a no hitter on acid".
#6
People like that suck but I can appreciate their efforts to remedy some of the stuff they did.
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#7
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#8
Good and bad are just social constructs, man.
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#9
the present is always a better indication of a person's character than the past

basically

so yeah, everyone makes mistakes, but it is your reaction towards those mistakes that determines character. or whatever

whichever is right

basically

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#11
don't forget the golden rule: treat ratios the way you'd like to be treated
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#13
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(who you may know as the pitcher who threw a no-hitter while high on acid)


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#18
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#19
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran (look them up) are interesting examples, heroin traffickers that spent their gaol time rehabilitating people. Whether it was as a sort of amnesty or a turn of heart, we don't properly know, but they tried to make up for what they did, too little, too late though.
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#21
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Granted, he walked like 8 or 9 guys en route to doing so, but yeah that happened

http://nypost.com/2014/08/31/pitcher-dock-ellis-dropped-acid-then-threw-a-no-hitter/

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