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Loppan

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Jul 13, 2002
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Just that you must be very very depressed to take that road. I think it's stupid, no matter how low you get suicide can't be the way out of it.
 

KB824

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Sep 16, 2003
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Suicide?


I used to think about it all the time when I was 14-16.

I nearly OD'd twice, although I wasn't trying to kill myself at the time. I think.

Anyway, thankfully I'm past all of that now.
 
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Layce Erayce

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Aug 11, 2002
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    This kid wasnt depressed. He wasnt insane. he wasnt an outcast. He wasnt a freak. In fact everybody knew him. He was everyone's friend. An extrovert if there ever was one.

    The police havent released the suicide note, but on his cell's voicemail he claimed to have found enlightenment.
     

    Respaul

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    Jul 14, 2002
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    Philosophical : Its a product of the world we live in today

    Theological : Surely if you are at that point you have no beleif

    Practical : A bit of basic chemistry... Extract codeine from a few packs of pain killers, you will have a great high and die happy.

    If you think its time to go... go
     
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    Layce Erayce

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    Paul, suicides have been around since forever. Often for religious reasons.

    There is always a solution to the problems that the victim/perpetrator faces. How to get them to understand- now that is the question. Im not condemning nor condoning suicide. The problem is just that in most cases there is always a solution besides suicide. But why dont these people want to find it?

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/local/story/143784p-127277c.html

    there it is, the whole story. I myself heard multiple rumours besides that.
     

    ancelotti

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    Oct 31, 2003
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    This kid wasnt depressed. He wasnt insane. he wasnt an outcast. He wasnt a freak. In fact everybody knew him. He was everyone's friend. An extrovert if there ever was one.
    1. Either he was depressed and did a bloody good job of concealing his depression. ( I had a friend that took his own life too, and I wasn't there when he needed me the most...)

    2. Or, it wasn't a suicide at all.

    That said, my sincerest condolences. But remember, how you deal with your loss willmake you a stronger person.
     
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    Layce Erayce

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    im good. just a little unsettled. it certainly was a suicide because there was a note.

    does anyone think that there can be a justified suicide?
     
    Sep 28, 2002
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    ++ [ originally posted by Espectro ] ++
    Nop

    yes. e.g. last week i watched a basketball game and commentator talked about one player and told that recently his mother, sister and gf died in a car accident. no explanations needed.


    religious people may think otherwise.
     

    Respaul

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    ++ [ originally posted by [LAC] ] ++


    There is always a solution to the problems
    depends where you look at things from

    Maybe the solution is suicide...

    Maybe death isnt the end, but the beginning


    Personally i see nothing wrong in suicide.. if you want to, why shouldnt you

    Everyone should have the right to decide their own outcome
     

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