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    Hello, I am new to this place and I use the name Dystopia. Reason that I use the name Dystopia, as I see nothing good that comes from man in the long run. With overpopulation, humanity is just going to crash and burn screaming that they did not get their fair share of the pie. Earth on the other hand, it has been hotter and it has been colder in the past. Earth will just move on with what humanity did to it.

    When I was a young man, I thought of relaxing in the forests and just enjoy nature with a dream I could live a life like Walden Pond. The older I have gotten, the violence man can do to themselves becomes relaxing. When the 9/11 video was released, I found it to be disturbing. Now, I wish someone would remaster the video to be released on BluRay so I can watch it much better on my LCD HD television. Like to watch the human bodies of the hurricane that hit New Orleans as that is relaxing, as that is what man is. In fact, I like to watch the news in the hope that is breaking news will happen that is violent like a gunman going into a school to kill as many people he can. Not interested in fake violence, as I understand nobody expired.

    When I was going to college, worked at a nursing home during the night shift as a security guard: you start to witness death. Have you ever been to a nursing home and question the room called the “Day Room”? It is just a simple room with a few chairs right next to the nurses’ station. During the night when only the staff and the residents are there without family members being there to visit family members: if someone is close to death they are placed into the day room so we can watch them die. My first time, I asked why he was in the room and told he was going to die soon. I looked at him, as he waved and smiled at me. Less than an hour after my shift ended he was dead.

    Part of the building was a place to hold “Do Not Resuscitate” because they were old and dealing with a illness that is not going to improve. Since I was a security guard and the only security guard, I did not receive a flu shot that year. That year I had the flu and the worst flu I ever had in my life. The first week I was really sick with the flu and the next week I was feeling better only for it to come back again the third week. Because I had to work with the flu and work in the Do Not Resuscitate, thirteen people died because of my flu. There could have been more, but, was told that the official number before it ran its course was thirteen. Felt bad for a long time, but, death happens and death because of the flu was transmitted by someone that lived.

    Suicide was very common in the complex as it was primary designed to be assisted living. Working there was not my home state of Tennessee were I now live again. It was a northern state with hard winters. A resident during the winter committed suicide by opening his window and turned the heat off in his apartment when it was -10 F outside. He just had his shorts on and dumped a two litter bottle on his chest with the window wide open. The nurse found him during her rounds and she called his doctor to get authority to send him to the hospital. The time the paramedics did come, the window was still open after taking a few hours before finding him and being sent to the hospital. It was to late, as they could not get him warm enough at the hospital and he expired a few days later.

    Can go on with stories about humanity as I see it, but, I think you understand how I see life.
     
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    Welcome, I guess.... you're gonna be a real ball of fun.
     
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    You should help end overpopulation.
    Kill yourself.
     
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    Oh, and welcome to the board.
     
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    You need help.. Seriously.

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    And just what are you grateful for this Thanksgiving?
     
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    Not thought about killing myself, as my death would remove my delayed gratification of witnessing my own death. Have thought about being a mass murder to gain a lifetime of gratification, therefore, I would have the memories for the rest of my life even when I am in a prison cell. The memories of the action of being a mass murder would be my lifetime friend as I will always enjoy going over and over in my mind what I did to become a mass murder. Think about it, if I kill a single person I go to prison for the rest of my life, if I kill 100 people I go to prison for the rest of my life. Killing the second person and more are just a bonus with my memories of the lifetime of enjoying my gratification.
     
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    Well, it is not raining outside so I can be grateful for a partly cloudy day.
     
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    sick
     
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    there ya go-----and no murders in your house yet either !
     

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