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Tres Juicy

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    I am not sure what you mean?

     

    You cant hide serious clinical depression especially the manic phase of bipolar disorder, in any environment your comments shows you have little understanding of the disease.

     

    Not all cases of depression include manic phases and there is a clear distinction between depression and bipolar depression:

     

    http://www.ulifeline.org/articles/399-bipolar-depression-vs-unipolar-depression

     

    Mine is unipolar so I speak from a slightly different point of veiw and my comment may well just be my subjective experience.

     

    Personally I do very well to hide my depression (often for months at a time) but I have had a lot of practice.

     

    As for my understanding of the condition, it is something I have lived and dealt with for the past 20+ years so I know a little something about it...

  2. Many of historys greatest minds were horribly tormented people. I myself suffer from frequent bouts of severe depression and have also been labeled a high functioning sociopath (something I am only recently beginning to fully understand). I take solace in the fact that some of my heroes (or anti-heroes) were also affected with similar issues.

     

    Not least of which Richard Feynman and Lord Byron.

     

    “He knew himself a villain—but he deem’d
    The rest no better than the thing he seem’d;
    And scorn’d the best as hypocrites who hid
    Those deeds the bolder spirit plainly did.
    He knew himself detested, but he knew
    The hearts that loath’d him, crouch’d and dreaded too.
    Lone, wild, and strange, he stood alike exempt
    From all affection and from all contempt”

    George Gordon Byron

    One of history’s favorite sociopaths

  3. If you realize someone is a troll, your dialogue/conversation has already ended. From then on, it is just two people having a monologue. So, you should adjust your writing style accordingly.

     

     

    I still think we need a resident troll on our forum. A nice one, who doesn't swear too much. I love trolls. smile.png

    Can I volunteer? I'll create a new account to troll from if you like.

     

    I'll be annoying but non-sweary

  4. God is unfalsifiable. Think about that. If something is unfalsifiable, by definition, it would have to be true. If it can't be false, it must be true. It is simple. So simple.

     

    This is not the case at all. unfalsifiable simply means it cannot be proven to be false, not that it must be true.

     

    The flying spaghetti monster is unfalsifiable is it also true?

  5. Did your parents love you? Are you healthy? Are you not in pain either physical or mental? Do you have a job? If you can answer yes to any of these questions how dare you with this one sided completely callous post know possibly how people who commit suicide feel? What you are saying is a travesty- what you are suggesting utter nonsense. "a sign that says organ donation" the moment a person mentions suicide to a health care employee that person is legally obligated to retain the person on a 48hour suicide watch, which of course would be a hindrance to the person intending to commit suicide.

    The statistics are one thing in the US. Have you forgotten that there are 6 billion other people inhabitating this planet, that there are parts of this earth besdies the united states inhabited by people? Sure suicide may seem selfish here even though it is far more complex than that but what about the conditions of living in 3rd world countries with rampant poverty rampant sex trafficking aids or civil wars constant economical depressionnot mitigated by debt ceiling.

    People who commit suicide go to hell. I would refer the person who said that to refer to 1000 yrs of the use of the church as the opiate of the people- the rich over the top embellishments all there to keep the masses in check by assuring them that living in poverty in this lifetime will be rewarded in the afterlife with the splendor they see in church. THere is no hell. This is hell-where people take other people's pain and mock it.

    I would reconsider posting in this manner until you have physically had to live in the head of one with a insufficiency of neurotransmitters and whether you feel content to rag on the suffering people in this world.

     

    HAve some compassion, you self satisfied ignorant git.

    I think this is a little harsh.

     

    If you re-read the post I don't think it was intended to "rag" on anyone or propose the existence of hell. I also don't see any claims to know how people feel.

     

    Anyway, from the information here it seems to me that the most humane way to kill a person would be to completely destroy the brain as quickly as possible.

     

    In countries where capitol punishment is still used surely they should slam the heads of inmates between big steel blocks at 100+ mph. That seems more humane than electrocution or lethal injection.

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