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2013-09-13 08:29:46 PM
Charles Xavier.
 
2013-09-13 08:29:50 PM
farm8.staticflickr.com
 
2013-09-13 08:30:35 PM

Linkster: Dante.


He only closed the store for a wake and a 15 minute hockey game.
 
2013-09-13 08:30:48 PM

Mudgen: Blushing Wall Flower: ALREADY GREENLIT? WHICH MOD BUTT LICKER SUBMITTED THIS?

CONSPIRACY

I think meow is more powerful than we know.

Does not know fiction from the reality of it.


LAUGHTER OL. Gary Heidnik was just the nightmare created by the police department of Philadelphia to have the scandal. All know he was the false flag.

My real answer:

www.crocco.net
 
MBK [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:31:00 PM

valanienna: The Shakespearean version may have been the first villain in western literature who was evil for the sake of being evil. He had nothing to gain from what he did. He did it out of sheer malice. It's chilling.


It has been a while since I read Othello, but IIRC, wasn't he jealous of Othello?  Like, he and Othello were best of friends, but he was tired of Othello being always praised (by Iago's dad, among others) and he got so sick of it, he set out to destroy him?  

I mean, he did go a little overboard.  And was really evil.  But Shakespeare always had a reason for a villain to be evil.
 
2013-09-13 08:31:24 PM

optikeye: timujin: mitchcumstein1: Satan

If you're going for that particular mythology, the buck always stops with God.

Really, other having a biatch fight with God...what did Satan ever do that would be considered 'evil'; he never actively or ordered the killing of any one, or genocide, or set up his son for Murder to prevent himself from touring other people.


There's the whole, "torturing the souls of the damned for all eternity thing".  And, of course, tempting the virtuous into sin so that they suffer that fate.  That all goes back to the one who created the game, though, Satan's merely a player.
 
2013-09-13 08:31:27 PM

Mugato: Linkster: Dante.

He only closed the store for a wake and a 15 minute hockey game.


He ditched the one woman who liked blow jobs, made him lasagna and wanted a better life for him.
 
2013-09-13 08:31:28 PM

Tom_Slick: QueenMamaBee: The lawman from O Brother Where Art Thou? as well.

I haven't read The Odyssey, so I have no idea who he was based on. I need to read that

Poseidon


Thanks :)

That guy from O Brother Where Art Thou? gave me the farking creeps. I think it was the voice.

/downloading The Odyssey now
 
2013-09-13 08:32:11 PM

Mr_Ectomy: Blushing Wall Flower

that's right, you are fictional!


I'M REAL

AND I'M FABULOUS
 
2013-09-13 08:32:12 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-09-13 08:32:15 PM
Ummm... that one guy... from that movie... with the hair.
 
2013-09-13 08:32:34 PM
Well.

Vic Mackey.
James Moriarty
Voldemort
Fabius Bile
Harbinger
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:32:43 PM
images1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-09-13 08:32:46 PM
Jake the Muss

(At least the one from Once Were Warriors), one of the most brutal rape scenes in movie history, just a sick fark altogether.

I give him some credit for What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?
 
2013-09-13 08:32:58 PM

Nadie_AZ: Mugato: Linkster: Dante.

He only closed the store for a wake and a 15 minute hockey game.

He ditched the one woman who liked blow jobs, made him lasagna and wanted a better life for him.


I can't argue with that.
 
2013-09-13 08:33:05 PM
Geez, I keep thinking of more

John Doe from Se7en
 
2013-09-13 08:33:12 PM
Was Dick Cheney fictional?
 
2013-09-13 08:33:30 PM

SilentStrider: Well.

Vic Mackey.
James Moriarty
Voldemort
Fabius Bile
Harbinger


I would argue that Shane was more evil than Vic was.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:33:42 PM
Mr. Sinister
 
2013-09-13 08:34:29 PM

timujin: optikeye: timujin: mitchcumstein1: Satan

If you're going for that particular mythology, the buck always stops with God.

Really, other having a biatch fight with God...what did Satan ever do that would be considered 'evil'; he never actively or ordered the killing of any one, or genocide, or set up his son for Murder to prevent himself from touring other people.

There's the whole, "torturing the souls of the damned for all eternity thing".  And, of course, tempting the virtuous into sin so that they suffer that fate.  That all goes back to the one who created the game, though, Satan's merely a player.


Satan is a title. It means "judge" or "tester"

Satan doesn't tempt the virtuous out of some perversion or moral failing. In the old testament, he's a loyal angel in service to the lord doing exactly what he's supposed to.
 
2013-09-13 08:34:33 PM
The people that made the No Booze After X-o'clock (or Sundays...sorry MA).

So um...Puritans?
 
2013-09-13 08:34:41 PM
Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg
 
2013-09-13 08:35:00 PM
Has anyone said Wil Wheaton yet?  Him.
 
2013-09-13 08:35:55 PM

MBK: valanienna: The Shakespearean version may have been the first villain in western literature who was evil for the sake of being evil. He had nothing to gain from what he did. He did it out of sheer malice. It's chilling.

It has been a while since I read Othello, but IIRC, wasn't he jealous of Othello?  Like, he and Othello were best of friends, but he was tired of Othello being always praised (by Iago's dad, among others) and he got so sick of it, he set out to destroy him?  

I mean, he did go a little overboard.  And was really evil.  But Shakespeare always had a reason for a villain to be evil.


You could be right; it's been years since I read it. But I do remember his lack of a concrete motivation being a discussion point in class.

Now I feel like I should read it again. But I kind of don't want to because it's so unsettling.
 
2013-09-13 08:36:06 PM

QueenMamaBee: Geez, I keep thinking of more

John Doe from Se7en


He thought he was doing God's work though. Plus he cut off Gwyneth Paltrow's head. From what I've heard from people who've worked with her, he'd be a national hero.
 
2013-09-13 08:37:46 PM

redoctober65: Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg


Mr. Shadow!
 
2013-09-13 08:38:58 PM

Mugato: QueenMamaBee: Geez, I keep thinking of more

John Doe from Se7en

He thought he was doing God's work though. Plus he cut off Gwyneth Paltrow's head. From what I've heard from people who've worked with her, he'd be a national hero.


Okay so that part was a good deed. And maybe killing the lawyer, too. And the drug dealer.

I take back my nomination of John Doe.
 
2013-09-13 08:39:02 PM

433: One Bad Apple: 433 Ratched.
She's authoritarian for sure, but she didn't strike me as outright evil as much as she is strong-handed and misguided.
For most of the movie maybe but when she threatens to tell Bill's mom she crosses the line.

I got the feeling that the party got her, that's where she broke, and that threatening Billy with his mother was a last resort, especially given the nature of the relationship that Ratched had with her.  She also could have known that Bill would have taken his own last resorts, and that with his suicide (or suicide threat), she would be able to keep her position.

Poor guy.  His first was his last.


No, she knew Nicholson, was gaming the system, thinking he could stay there without the work crew thing---she also knew that going to 'mental' would mean a life sentence--when Nicholson sentence in the jail would have only been 60 days (or so--I forget)...Nick didn't know that--she did and recommended he be placed under her control in her ward.
For what would have been an indeterminate amount of time again under her control and recommendation, possibility for life.

Basically, if Nick didn't innocently play the insane gambit, he could have been out in 60 days.
If the Nurse recommend 'life' in the mental hospital she would be in control of him---for life.
 
2013-09-13 08:41:26 PM

Mugato: [upload.wikimedia.org image 375x500]


i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-13 08:42:36 PM
cdn.uproxx.com


Peg Bundy will kill a babby
 
2013-09-13 08:43:08 PM

redoctober65: Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg



31.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-09-13 08:43:19 PM

One Bad Apple: [cdn.uproxx.com image 650x387]


Peg Bundy will kill a babby


Al wasn't putting out. Do you blame her?
 
2013-09-13 08:44:09 PM
Gustavo Fring deserves AT LEAST an honorable mention.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:46:08 PM

optikeye: If the Nurse recommend 'life' in the mental hospital she would be in control of him---for life.


ah-ha.  I think that she knew she had a position for life, but had to maintain a level of perceived professionalism as well as maintain a level of standard for the hospital.  Since no one really knew what happened behind the walls, it was her game to play.  McMurphy/Nicholson stood to expose her among the patients as he strengthened other patients (while meeting his own ends, also), and, he exposed her physically, too.  She couldn't have any of that happening.  I suppose I'm exhibiting some sympathy for the devil.
 
2013-09-13 08:46:27 PM

Shostie: Gustavo Fring deserves AT LEAST an honorable mention.


So who's worse, Gus or Walter?
 
2013-09-13 08:46:59 PM

KingoftheCheese: SilentStrider: Well.

Vic Mackey.
James Moriarty
Voldemort
Fabius Bile
Harbinger

I would argue that Shane was more evil than Vic was.


Yup, Killing Lem, going family annihilator
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:46:59 PM
Kefka
 
2013-09-13 08:47:21 PM
www.smashinglists.com
 
2013-09-13 08:47:28 PM

Shostie: Gustavo Fring deserves AT LEAST an honorable mention.


So does Walt.

I think I would probably vote for George Hearst in Deadwood, though.
 
2013-09-13 08:47:28 PM
That biatch headmistress in Matilda.
 
2013-09-13 08:47:50 PM

meow said the dog: Mudgen: Blushing Wall Flower: ALREADY GREENLIT? WHICH MOD BUTT LICKER SUBMITTED THIS?

CONSPIRACY

I think meow is more powerful than we know.

Does not know fiction from the reality of it.

LAUGHTER OL. Gary Heidnik was just the nightmare created by the police department of Philadelphia to have the scandal. All know he was the false flag.

My real answer:

[www.crocco.net image 850x680]


This try is nice, but it does not have the cigar.
 
2013-09-13 08:48:09 PM

Mugato: Shostie: Gustavo Fring deserves AT LEAST an honorable mention.

So who's worse, Gus or Walter?


I gotta go with Gus because:

i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-13 08:48:44 PM

433: Kefka


upload.wikimedia.org

He cleans up well, though.
 
2013-09-13 08:48:48 PM
Oh! I forgot how much Mr Dark scared seven year old me.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-09-13 08:49:05 PM
Johnny Ringo
 
2013-09-13 08:50:17 PM
Thomas Covenant
 
2013-09-13 08:50:31 PM

Tom_Slick: KingoftheCheese: SilentStrider: Well.

Vic Mackey.
James Moriarty
Voldemort
Fabius Bile
Harbinger

I would argue that Shane was more evil than Vic was.

Yup, Killing Lem, going family annihilator


Killing Lem wasn't the worst part. He didn't even let him take a bite of his sandwich before doing it was the worst part.

Poor Lem died hungry.
 
2013-09-13 08:51:06 PM
Sharptooth.
 
2013-09-13 08:53:46 PM
There are no signs Fring was ever a good guy.  WW was, and circumstance screwed his life.
 
2013-09-13 08:55:08 PM

One Bad Apple: [cdn.uproxx.com image 650x387]


Peg Bundy will kill a babby

www.eonline.com
 
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