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User Dragonblade

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Gender: Bee Movie 23:13
Country: That one place, on that one continent, on that one planet, in that one solar system, in that one galaxy
Favorite Pokémon: Barry B Benson
Friend Codes: Only to the one who asks, shall I grant this sacred information.

Showdown Username: Light_Elementalist (but i havent been on showdown in years, so...)

Name Changes: MJC1011=> Light_Elementalist=>Dragonblade

Discord: chaseisanerd
About me: i like things.
 
11/20/17- I finally finished my Alola Pokedex is Sun by transferring up my Porygon-Z! I'm so happy.
11/21/17-My first anniversary!
6/23/18-Finished Alola Pokedex in UM
11/17/18- This account turns 2!
11/17/19- This account turns three!
11/27/19- Finished Nat Dex in Pokemon Bank! Last Nat Dex I'll ever have to worry about!

Bee Movie is the best cinematic work ever created. It's premise is a subtle nod to the fickle balance between man and the forces of nature. It shows just how much man takes nature's bounty for granted, and how he would suffer if nature fought back. It also shows man's refusal to accept changes from the norm, by showcasing Barry and Vanessa's relationship. Anyone who says Bee Movie is a bad movie is a heretic and must be fixed

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Score: 738 points (ranked #267)
Questions: 24 (10 with best answer chosen)
Answers: 49 (14 chosen as best)
Comments: 147
Voted on: 5 questions, 60 answers
Gave out: 59 up votes, 6 down votes
Received: 46 up votes, 3 down votes

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Yep!
Jun 16, 2019 by Agent 3
With the Switch being popular already, I have a feeling Gen 8 will be Great. :P
Mar 19, 2019 by Multivee
Happy Holidays!
Dec 23, 2018 by Lucky Ranno
I'm actually like you, I feel how Pokémon feel.
All those other people SOS resetting for a shiny Pokémon and sometimes fainting about a thousand mons for just one that is another color!
Dec 15, 2018 by SeeYaLater!
I see what you mean. However, can we truly call that "Friendship"? The mistreated individual may believe it to be for the best, but can the oppressor believe that too? I feel like it would be pretty near to impossible for someone to think that Mistreating someone is "friendly". I don't know... we've stepped out of concrete ideas.

What do you think?
Oct 7, 2018 by WhoGotzDaFud
Cool! I personally have been considering trying out some animation, but haven't yet gotten around to it
  3 days ago by Dragonblade

Sorry I didn't respond, I didn't see it there until now. Also, I wanted to make animations once apon a time, but I didn't have the materials or enough skill.
Oct 5, 2018 by Galarian Ponyta
"Friendship is merely a symbiotic relationship forged between two humans if both see a way of them gaining something, this being a mutualistic bond. Although slightly more rare, friendships may have a bond of commensalism (Neither is really affected) or even parasitism (One gains, other is hurt). Thus humans are no different from the animals we disassociate ourselves with."

I'd like to debate this.

I agree (mostly) with your first statement. "Friendship is merely a symbiotic relationship forged between two humans if both see a way of them gaining something, this being a mutualistic bond."

However, the parasitic relationship is not friendship. You defined friendship as - "a symbiotic relationship forged between two humans if both see a way of them gaining something, this being a mutualistic bond." You said two things: one, both parties see a way of gaining something, and two, it must be a mutualistic bond.
Mutualistic bonds are mutually beneficial. that means that BOTH parties benefit.  You said that a friendship could involve parasitism. in your own words-"...or even parasitism (One gains, other is hurt)."

That is not a mutualistic bond, and is therefore not friendship.

The commensalism friendship is ALSO wrong.

https://www.britannica.com/science/commensalism

Britannica defines commensalism as - "Commensalism, in biology, a relationship between individuals of two species in which one species obtains food or other benefits from the other without either harming or benefiting the latter."

This means that one benefits, and the other is not affected.

You said - " ...friendships may have a bond of commensalism (Neither is really affected)"

that is wrong. One IS affected positively.

True friendship is beneficial to both parties always. Whether animals can have friendships or not is irrelevant. If the situation is bad for either party, it is not friendship.
Oct 4, 2018 by WhoGotzDaFud
Oct 1, 2018 by Galarian Ponyta
Ok. Thanks. I actually found mine on the internet too :D
Sep 28, 2018 by Galarian Ponyta
Hi, cool Gravitar.
Sep 27, 2018 by Galarian Ponyta