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April 24, 2012, 01:10:17 PM
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I have to say this thread has brought me a great deal of entertainment. One thing I've learned about people who claim they will commit suicide is that they usually don't, it's just a cry for attention. I'm not saying it's true 100% of the time but in most cases it is. It seems as if Atlas, Jon, etc. craves attention and this was another attempt at getting it.

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April 24, 2012, 01:23:46 PM
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I think it was the ignore button that pushed him over the edge. As his ignore state got darker, so did his attention seeking.

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April 24, 2012, 01:41:24 PM
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When it comes down to it we are all brothers and sisters on thios big rock, and we need each other.
That's why facebook was created.
Um, no, it was created as a voluntary method of collecting data useful for marketing and law enforcement. A truly mediocre idea that is so representative of a mediocre time.

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April 24, 2012, 01:51:46 PM
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Oh look this thread again.
I have no sympathy for you Atlas after I tried to help you the last time.

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April 24, 2012, 02:04:33 PM
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Oh look this thread again.
I have no sympathy for you Atlas after I tried to help you the last time.
Ditto.

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April 24, 2012, 02:07:09 PM
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Lock this shit.

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April 24, 2012, 02:22:07 PM
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Lock this shit.

Seconded. Garbage self-important attention-whoring illegal admitted suicide threat thread is garbage.

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April 24, 2012, 02:37:08 PM
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Am I the only one that read the title as "In a few moments, I'll be logging out from this account and never use it again"?

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April 24, 2012, 02:39:57 PM
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Am I the only one that read the title as "In a few moments, I'll be logging out from this account and never use it again"?

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April 24, 2012, 03:15:01 PM
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Since he is once again confirmed to be Atlas, why isn't he perma-banned (again) yet?
I've been asking theymos that very question for some time...

Yes, I would like the answer to this too..

I smell favoritism .. 

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April 24, 2012, 03:27:41 PM
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I think it was the ignore button that pushed him over the edge. As his ignore state got darker, so did his attention seeking.

I see what you did here. You put the blame squarely on theymos.
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April 24, 2012, 03:28:12 PM
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I think it was the ignore button that pushed him over the edge. As his ignore state got darker, so did his attention seeking.

I see what you did here. You put the blame squarely on theymos.


He's the admin, and the only one who can ban.

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April 24, 2012, 03:32:30 PM
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I think it was the ignore button that pushed him over the edge. As his ignore state got darker, so did his attention seeking.

I see what you did here. You put the blame squarely on theymos.


He's the admin, and the only one who can ban.

A tongue-in-cheek post implying and assuming that theymos was the one that implemented the coloring of ignore.
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April 24, 2012, 03:52:13 PM
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I just noticed peoples ignore button is different than most ...    hahaha

Wonder what colour mine is Cheesy

Why is this ?

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April 24, 2012, 03:59:08 PM
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I think it's important to mention this:

There are not simply two kinds of suicidal threats (i.e. serious vs call-for-help).  There's a lot of gray area, and a lot of unpredictability.

Take the person I met that drank a cup of bleach.  They will tell you all about it.

If there's one thing I've learned from working in a hospital, it's that every person who threatens suicide is in a world of problems.  You take absolutely every threat seriously because "serious" is not simply limited to the actual act of attempting suicide.

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April 24, 2012, 04:06:05 PM
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I think it's important to mention this:

There are not simply two kinds of suicidal threats (i.e. serious vs call-for-help).  There's a lot of gray area, and a lot of unpredictability.

Take the person I met that drank a cup of bleach.  They will tell you all about it.

If there's one thing I've learned from working in a hospital, it's that every person who threatens suicide is in a world of problems.  You take absolutely every threat seriously because "serious" is not simply limited to the actual act of attempting suicide.


Even if there were two types, if he did really commit suicide then it will be on our consciences.
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April 24, 2012, 04:09:14 PM
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I think it's important to mention this:

There are not simply two kinds of suicidal threats (i.e. serious vs call-for-help).  There's a lot of gray area, and a lot of unpredictability.

Take the person I met that drank a cup of bleach.  They will tell you all about it.

If there's one thing I've learned from working in a hospital, it's that every person who threatens suicide is in a world of problems.  You take absolutely every threat seriously because "serious" is not simply limited to the actual act of attempting suicide.


Ordinarily I would agree with this line of thought, but I am right-to-life and I think suicide is everyone's own choice. Furthermore I believe there are far worse fates than death because I do not believe in an afterlife. If I came to the forums threatening suicide, I'd want everyone to tell me to shut the fuck up and stop whining, not rush to my aid. Rushing to my aid would only depress me that everyone is that pathetic and ignorant. Atlas is just testing the fences, and many suicide fakers are too.

It's not a happy circumstance when someone dies, but I stand by my lack of care for suicide as a statement to this generation that they are all fucking pansies when it comes to the concept of death. Death is the most natural thing in the entire world. Bring it on. I'll kill myself tomorrow just to prove a point. Who cares? Life will end for everyone, so choosing when it ends is an awesome empowerment. I salute suicide. That said, if someone is killing themselves because they're sad about something, then that's no different than getting drunk or doing drugs because they're sad about something-- it's escapism and I don't support it.

So to sum up:

Killing yourself because of a calculated decision based on your worth in the world and your lack of interest in continuing the endless torture that is life: Okay.
Killing yourself because you're an emofag who doesn't want to go to school anymore: Not okay.

Atlas isn't either. He's an attention whore who thinks every brain fart of his is a revolution we should all be awestruck by.

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April 24, 2012, 04:22:18 PM
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I think it's important to mention this:

There are not simply two kinds of suicidal threats (i.e. serious vs call-for-help).  There's a lot of gray area, and a lot of unpredictability.

Take the person I met that drank a cup of bleach.  They will tell you all about it.

If there's one thing I've learned from working in a hospital, it's that every person who threatens suicide is in a world of problems.  You take absolutely every threat seriously because "serious" is not simply limited to the actual act of attempting suicide.


Ordinarily I would agree with this line of thought, but I am right-to-life and I think suicide is everyone's own choice. Furthermore I believe there are far worse fates than death because I do not believe in an afterlife. If I came to the forums threatening suicide, I'd want everyone to tell me to shut the fuck up and stop whining, not rush to my aid. Rushing to my aid would only depress me that everyone is that pathetic and ignorant. Atlas is just testing the fences, and many suicide fakers are too.

It's not a happy circumstance when someone dies, but I stand by my lack of care for suicide as a statement to this generation that they are all fucking pansies when it comes to the concept of death. Death is the most natural thing in the entire world. Bring it on. I'll kill myself tomorrow just to prove a point. Who cares? Life will end for everyone, so choosing when it ends is an awesome empowerment. I salute suicide. That said, if someone is killing themselves because they're sad about something, then that's no different than getting drunk or doing drugs because they're sad about something-- it's escapism and I don't support it.

So to sum up:

Killing yourself because of a calculated decision based on your worth in the world and your lack of interest in continuing the endless torture that is life: Okay.
Killing yourself because you're an emofag who doesn't want to go to school anymore: Not okay.

Atlas isn't either. He's an attention whore who thinks every brain fart of his is a revolution we should all be awestruck by.

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I truly do enjoy your writing style (content and structure), Matthew.

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SAD EDIT: Did I just waste my 5000th post in an Atlas thread? This is way wrong on so many levels.
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April 24, 2012, 04:44:10 PM
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You see, now, the evidence that society is focused on death, charity, and creating the delusion that they're generous, but have no interest in a man's labor or ideas - or any values for that matter. I can post four thought-out ideas every few hours, and I will perhaps get two pages of responses with no more content than personal attacks. Nobody cares while I'm alive, because nobody's a true existentialist. They all pose to keep up their delusion that their life matters. The facade only comes up once they realize they need to commit an act of charity, else be ostracized for not following the "morals of society," which are always reactive, not proactive, because nobody actually believes in them. If anyone really gave a shit, they'd take me seriously while I was alive, not force me to live longer in a life they continually shit on. Instead of letting me kill myself, there are those who would prefer to rape and otherwise torture me for all eternity.


Good Point. History tells us that after posting your good idea, die. Then you will become famous, make tons of money, and get all the credit.

But true artists don't do it for the above reasons, they are obsessed to create and don't care about any possible consequences to their work.

e.g. Van Gogh


edit: Maybe not the best thread to post my comment in. Sorry.

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April 24, 2012, 05:47:20 PM
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Imaginary Jon #0185 sez:

You see, now, the evidence that society is focused on death, charity, and creating the delusion that they're generous, but have no interest in a man's labor or ideas - or any values for that matter. I can post four thought-out ideas every few hours, and I will perhaps get two pages of responses with no more content than personal attacks. Nobody cares while I'm alive, because nobody's a true existentialist. They all pose to keep up their delusion that their life matters. The facade only comes up once they realize they need to commit an act of charity, else be ostracized for not following the "morals of society," which are always reactive, not proactive, because nobody actually believes in them. If anyone really gave a shit, they'd take me seriously while I was alive, not force me to live longer in a life they continually shit on. Instead of letting me kill myself, there are those who would prefer to rape and otherwise torture me for all eternity.

Good Point. History tells us that after posting your good idea, die. Then you will become famous, make tons of money, and get all the credit.

But true artists don't do it for the above reasons, they are obsessed to create and don't care about any possible consequences to their work.

e.g. Van Gogh

edit: Maybe not the best thread to post my comment in. Sorry.

Sure it is! It's a perfect thread to post that comment, for now Atlas can come out and say, "See! I create value."

~Bruno~
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