malcolm t. liepke

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Mentally ill people do not gain freedom by committing suicide.



Robin Williams’s death is an unspeakable tragedy and a terrible waste of a tremendous talent.


It’s a terrible insult to anyone who has ever dealt with mental illness and disrespectful to who Robin Williams was as a person.

I so disagree with this. It is a fucking fact that suicide is the ultimate way out of “stress”, and it is the last state of releasing stress in psychology study. don’t get me wrong and get tripping, I’m not supporting suicide in any fucking way, but saying “genie you are free” is NOT disrespectful to him. If you love him you shall respect his decision, even if it is letting his life go. What the heck, “a waste of talent”, look at him as a human being and not just a breathing thing that contribute into the society. What you are really saying is “too bad he died so early he could has have years ahead making us laugh before he eventually die from old age”. I.cant.take.this. Stop saying all the bull shit about suicide like “think about your family” or “it’s just a moment of foolish” whatsofuckingever, do you really think a person so sad until he has to kill himself, has not been through all of these thoughts a million times? he knows, for fuck sake, any body who has been through will know. Shallow thoughts about suicide and anyone who accused “romanticizing things” as bad really ring my ears. Sad is sad, that is it, respect that will you?

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KIDS REACT TO existentialism and the inevitability of death

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How about coffee, drinks, dinner, a movie; for as long as we both shall live? Joe Fox, (Tom Hanks) - You’ve Got Mail
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