Because I've been bored, too.
I wasn't [able] to believe that at first.
But it's obvious now.
There is something about the death note itself that makes humans want to try it out at least once.
I killed them both.
I killed two men.
[Those] were human lives.
It won't be overlooked.
Besides, who might pass judgment on others?
No, no, wait, maybe I'm wrong.
This is exactly what I've been thinking about lately.
Because the world is rotten.
And those who are making it [rotten] deserve to die.
Someone has to do it, so why not me?
Even if it means sacrificing my own mind and soul, it's worth it.
Because the world can't go on like this.
I wonder what if someone else's picked up this notebook, is there anyone out there other than me who'd be willing to eliminate the vermin from the world?
If I don't do it, then who will?
That's just it, there's no one.
I can do it.
In fact, I'm the only one who can.
I'll do it.
Using the death note, I'll change the world.
At first I wrote the names of the worst criminals I can think of, like I was cleaning up the world, one name at a time so [ ] eventually, no one will ever do anything evil again.
And while the truly guilty once who deserve to be punished for their crimes die of heart attacks, the people who are less guilty but who still make trouble for others will slowly be erased through disease and accidental death.
Then, and only then, the world must start moving in the right direction.
It'll be a new world [free of] justice and populated by people who I've judged to be honest, kind and hardworking.
But if you did that, it will make you the only bad person left.
Huh? I have no idea what you are talking about.
I'm a hardworking honor student who is considered to be one of Japan's best and brightest.
And I, I will become the god of this new world.
It's just as I thought.
Humans are so interesting.
- 今日ちょうど同じところを聞いたので、修正してみましたが、私も自信のないところだったので、かえって足をひっぱってるような気もします。(^^;) -- 玲 (2008-09-17 23:51:47)