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May 29, 2014, 08:12:28 AM
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it's such wasted opportunity.. he was a good looking dude and son of a director who is wealthy.. damn, a normal functioning kid in his position can have it all really.

You're really starting to sound like you've got the hots for him  Cheesy. What's the biggest tragedy here? The killings or that fine piece of ass he just wasted? Haha.

man, i don't have the hots for him.. i just want to be him. having a rich dad, who probably hangs out with celebrities... i'd make charlie sheen look like a panzy.

btw, i've seen you use the word "whilst" a few times and i was thinking to myself "why the fuck does he say whilst? who actually uses that word?" and then i realized you were british.
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May 29, 2014, 11:59:14 AM
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Yeh he had everything going in his life, nice apartment in california, a nice car and alot of money from his family.
All payed bye mom and dad, he was really under the impression he can just sit somewhere and girls will talk to him.
But you have to talk to them first i think that's what he failed to understand you have to start the conversation because most of the times the girls are waiting for that.
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May 29, 2014, 12:13:23 PM
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An ear-piece? C'mon, who's he getting instructions from? The illuminati? He obviously was just deranged and blamed others for his problems.

No. He must be getting instructions from the government. The Obama administration orchestrated this event in order to brainwash the american people into thinking "guns are bad" and "guns kill people" so that they can promote their anti-gun law agenda.

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May 29, 2014, 12:40:30 PM
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I'm not sure whether you're joking or not? Hard to tell with some users on here, especially when some people actually believe that false flag gun conspiracy crap.

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May 29, 2014, 12:42:48 PM
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I'm not sure whether you're joking or not? Hard to tell with some users on here, especially when some people actually believe that false flag gun conspiracy crap.

Im not a hard core believer in it or anything, but it is plausible considering what the Obama admin has done in the past. Spying on us and spending lavishly on things that dont matter. Obama is quite unpredictable.

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May 29, 2014, 12:45:12 PM
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It's not really plausible at all, and all the things he has continued to do were all pretty much started by the previous administration.

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May 29, 2014, 12:50:10 PM
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Yeh he had everything going in his life, nice apartment in california, a nice car and alot of money from his family.
All payed bye mom and dad, he was really under the impression he can just sit somewhere and girls will talk to him.
But you have to talk to them first i think that's what he failed to understand you have to start the conversation because most of the times the girls are waiting for that.

He didn't.  He was fake rich.  Fake rich is a common Asian thing, I know Chinese guys sleeping out of leased BMWs and Mustangs.

 He was leasing the BMW and shared an apartment with three Asian guys.

Still - his male classmates described him as a quiet loner, so he likely never talked to a girl.

He was also creepy, 5 foot 8 and 135 pounds and wanted a 8/10+ blonde but didn't have the money / appearance / personality for one

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May 29, 2014, 12:57:39 PM
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Yeh he wanted to be rich so all the women would like them he tought.
In the last years of his life he even spend alot of money on lottery tickets, in the hope to get rich.
If he just invested his money in bitcoins at that time, he couldve been rich already.
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May 29, 2014, 05:09:07 PM
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he wasn't a bad looking dude.. he probably suffered from some mentally debilitating disorder that caused him to feel ostracized by others.

Gayboy. Haha. That's exactly what I thought, but it doesn't matter how good looking you are if you're just a little creepy and awkward/unhinged. Women won't like that. His parents did say he had mental health problems.

Apparently he had aspergers which is a high functioning form of autism.  My nephew has aspergers and I can tell you, he's very socially awkward.  He has trouble forming relationships with people. He also tends to dwell on the same issue over and over again.  Pretty hard to get any decent conversation going with him.

You won't really get far without decent conversation with women.  One thing I don't get is why he just didn't go to the nightclub and pray on the really drunk fat ones at the end of the night.  They'll give it up to anybody.  Cheesy

So yeah, maybe he was gay.

He wanted the hot girls which he couldn't get and didn't understand. I was amazed at how he thought having a better car and a flashy lifestyle would make him more attractive when really it probably made him even more standoffish. What wowed me the most was how he would stalk people and hate that a ugly guys was with a hot girl and vise versa, he really needed a flesh light or blow up doll instead of a gun..

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May 29, 2014, 06:20:49 PM
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I'm not sure whether you're joking or not? Hard to tell with some users on here, especially when some people actually believe that false flag gun conspiracy crap.

welcome to america m8, land of the kooks and gunslingers. a lot of them are republicans and live in rural areas.. just like cliven bundy.
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May 29, 2014, 06:52:26 PM
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That guy is crazy, just because girls rejected him? or couldnt start a conversation going...

The dude could of paid a escort for $200..
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May 29, 2014, 06:54:59 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?
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May 29, 2014, 06:58:09 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.
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May 29, 2014, 07:04:29 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.

Yeah, you can't just blame the parents everytime. The guy had issues and was seeing various shrinks since he was about 8-years-old I believe. Some people just can't be helped or stopped from going crazy/doing crazy shit.

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May 29, 2014, 07:06:46 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.

Yeah, you can't just blame the parents everytime. The guy had issues and was seeing various shrinks since he was about 8-years-old I believe. Some people just can't be helped or stopped from going crazy/doing crazy shit.

yeah i think not enough consideration is given to the parents of these special needs people. their lives are upended, and they are constantly worrying something bad will happen. if i were a parent with a child like that, it would exhaust me.. i wouldn't have my own free time, and i would feel responsible for that child's every mishap.
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May 29, 2014, 07:13:57 PM
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Yeh he had everything going in his life, nice apartment in california, a nice car and alot of money from his family.
All payed bye mom and dad, he was really under the impression he can just sit somewhere and girls will talk to him.
But you have to talk to them first i think that's what he failed to understand you have to start the conversation because most of the times the girls are waiting for that.

He didn't.  He was fake rich.  Fake rich is a common Asian thing, I know Chinese guys sleeping out of leased BMWs and Mustangs.

 He was leasing the BMW and shared an apartment with three Asian guys.

Still - his male classmates described him as a quiet loner, so he likely never talked to a girl.

He was also creepy, 5 foot 8 and 135 pounds and wanted a 8/10+ blonde but didn't have the money / appearance / personality for one

This is on point lol.

Fake rich = no bueno. Sleeping out of a BMW, thats just hard life.

But besides that point, it should of at least gave the confidence to talk to some girl and start to refine himself.
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May 29, 2014, 07:16:43 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.

That's pretty stupid thing to say, sorry. If there Is a problem you just leave It till this happens? Till 7 people dead? Or get him help to get a happy life? Which was possible in my opinion. He had no support and help If this happened. There is special institutions for people like these.
Yeah, you can't just blame the parents everytime. The guy had issues and was seeing various shrinks since he was about 8-years-old I believe. Some people just can't be helped or stopped from going crazy/doing crazy shit.


yeah i think not enough consideration is given to the parents of these special needs people. their lives are upended, and they are constantly worrying something bad will happen. if i were a parent with a child like that, it would exhaust me.. i wouldn't have my own free time, and i would feel responsible for that child's every mishap.

Your views are pretty strange on this, The best thing the parents could do for their Kid is get him to psychologist and maybe there would be no 7 people dead now. You say parents want to have their free time? They must not to care about their kid at all then.
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May 29, 2014, 07:37:36 PM
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Did you actually read my posts? They sent him to several therapists over the years and seemingly helped him as best they can. He wasn't a kid anymore and they can't force him to do anything. Plus, therapists aren't miracle workers. Seeing one doesn't mean you're not going to go on a killing spree.

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May 29, 2014, 07:39:32 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.

That's pretty stupid thing to say, sorry. If there Is a problem you just leave It till this happens? Till 7 people dead? Or get him help to get a happy life? Which was possible in my opinion. He had no support and help If this happened. There is special institutions for people like these.
Yeah, you can't just blame the parents everytime. The guy had issues and was seeing various shrinks since he was about 8-years-old I believe. Some people just can't be helped or stopped from going crazy/doing crazy shit.


yeah i think not enough consideration is given to the parents of these special needs people. their lives are upended, and they are constantly worrying something bad will happen. if i were a parent with a child like that, it would exhaust me.. i wouldn't have my own free time, and i would feel responsible for that child's every mishap.

Your views are pretty strange on this, The best thing the parents could do for their Kid is get him to psychologist and maybe there would be no 7 people dead now. You say parents want to have their free time? They must not to care about their kid at all then.


they sent him to therapists. it's funny that you think sending someone with a mental illness will cure everything. now it's all his parents' fault.

you're just the type of person who blames shit on people without knowing the full story.
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May 29, 2014, 07:56:56 PM
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I read his story a bit and If I didn't miss anything It's pretty much parents fault, that kid just needed help, like psychologist who would guide and give him suggestions on how to change his life. He just didn't have enough experience to understand that himself. There Is saying : Smart people will try to adapt to the world, unsmart people will try to change the world, thinking that their truth Is the only one and other people are wrong. And even worse is to wait till the world will "change" doing nothing and that's what that kid did. He waited till his life will change while he just waits? He wasnt wide minded enough to change his life in to a happy life. He just needed someone to guide him and parents didn't get him to psychologist?

that's pretty unfair to just point the finger towards his parents. how do you think it would upend their lives knowing that their son has a mental illness? they can't babysit him 24/7.. even if they wanted to, he probably wouldn't let it happen and would likely act out.

That's pretty stupid thing to say, sorry. If there Is a problem you just leave It till this happens? Till 7 people dead? Or get him help to get a happy life? Which was possible in my opinion. He had no support and help If this happened. There is special institutions for people like these.
Yeah, you can't just blame the parents everytime. The guy had issues and was seeing various shrinks since he was about 8-years-old I believe. Some people just can't be helped or stopped from going crazy/doing crazy shit.


yeah i think not enough consideration is given to the parents of these special needs people. their lives are upended, and they are constantly worrying something bad will happen. if i were a parent with a child like that, it would exhaust me.. i wouldn't have my own free time, and i would feel responsible for that child's every mishap.

Your views are pretty strange on this, The best thing the parents could do for their Kid is get him to psychologist and maybe there would be no 7 people dead now. You say parents want to have their free time? They must not to care about their kid at all then.


they sent him to therapists. it's funny that you think sending someone with a mental illness will cure everything. now it's all his parents' fault.

Well, It's hard to judge then, but from what I read in his story I wouldn't say that he had "BIG" mental illness, from what I read I would just call It a problem - mental illness which could be solved.

His view on girls was pretty strange, like he wanted hot chicks that he couldn't get? There are so many people who wants hot chicks but can't get them because of their "bad" look or bad communication skills but they don't give a big fak about It.

I just see that he had a very wrong view about the world, but he was common sense. It was just all about his wrong view and because of that he didn't know what to do and from what to start to change It.
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