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    because someone disagrees with what you believe is a valid point does not neessarily make them an idiot.

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    > I knew that somewhere along the way there will be an idiot who dis agrees with many valid points...........

    Jeez - never before was there a post that made me want to read the original less. What you thought was valid might seem like total BS to someone else. After reading your post, I'm actually more inclined to agree with Disguised.

    > It is obvious that suicidal individuals aren't afraid of death.

    Why aren't they dead, then?

    > the birth of a serial killer or child molester is around the corner waiting to hatch out of its satanic egg.

    Whatever you say.

    > Murderers don't kill people for the hell of it naturally.

    Define naturally.

    > Something must have happened in this person's life that lead him to perform these actions.

    Not necessarily.

    >(DMX) isn't special

    I agree with that

    > I mean that all of us in the society tries to hard to stand out.

    No - I'd be just as happy to chill in my room while the rest of the world passes by.

    > If someone doesn't love themselves, how on earth can they love someone else?

    It's called selflessness.

    > then that person who never recieved love will probably murder your wife and children.

    Great. Not liking someone will make them kill me.

    >If you have a friend who becomes your enemy, try to avoid that person at all cost.

    Why?

    > with an ex-friend/betrayer will probably evolve into something more serious and dramatic.

    What if you betrayed them?

    But then again, I don't agree with you, so I'm just an idiot. Please don't kill me.

    >If you follow my advice then the "stress" you've been having in your life will cut down into a minimum.

    Doubtful, but thanks anyways.

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    ok

    ok, chill out people

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    Hey - you wanted a response...

    Don't expect someone to laud you every time you write something long.

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    No reason to flame a person for having different views than you. I also don't care to read all of it, because I can see where it is going. You are a normal sixteen year old with normal sixteen year old viewpoints.

    This is what I thought when I began to read it...

    >>As we all know death is an important factor in our lives

    not for mine... but inevitable yes.

    >>In order to die, you must live first

    opinion by altruism... fact by reality.

    >>As we see different tragedies happening elsewhere, we think to ourself "This will never happen to me", "I will never be a victim".

    The victims don't think this and paranoid people usually think the opposite.

    >>Probability, the very word that pops up in your head when hearing this is "random".

    No it doesn't.

    >>The probability of us dieing in a tragedy depends on where we are and what are we doing.

    opinion... wouldn't it matter what your thoughts were regarding tagedy. Is a heart attack a tragedy or is it normal death? Automobile accidents claim more lives than most normal deaths out there. Could it be argued that automobile accidents are normal deaths? (sure it could be argued that... you just might not agree with that)

    I stopped pretty much there...

    You are searching for answers within yourself as is common at your age. Find your peice of mind and the directions you will go and remember how you thought when you were sixteen. Discovery is a great time... good luck.

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    It's true we all have to agree to disagree.
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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    right

    ok

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    >>You are a normal sixteen year old with normal sixteen year old viewpoints.

    I don't get this. I am 16 years old, yet despite what tv and other sources of pop culture tell me, I don't feel some huge isolation. I don't have any built up rage and I have never comtemplated suicide. I don't fear death or nor do I have some strange fixation with it.
    For this reason I find it a bit annoying when I see TV shows, movies and society at large telling me, and people just like me, that we should feel worse. It seems, from my view point that this "youth culture" of depression and isolation is some what artifically induced. The only time i've ever felt this teenage anxt was watching tv, where my lack of these feelings of isolation seem to single me out.

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    ok

    it applies to most, not all

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    The horrifying truth is that no one in this world is a bad person.
    First of all, I think I can prove that this is wrong. Your reasoning was that they do evil things because they are abused or something of that sort. Well, if we look back to the beginning of human kind, there had to be an original abuser, who must have been evil. If he was evil, isn't it very probable that many of us are? Considering that he was one out of a much smaller population, it is a very safe bet that there are many evil people in this world. I personally believe that humans are inherintly (spelled wrong) evil.
    Secondly, even if your statement was correct, why would it be horrifying.
    You seem pretty optimistic. Try thinking about things before you set your mind on them. That makes you realistic, or as optimists say, pessimestic.

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    right

    whatever, I"m not optimistic

    I'm opposite actually

    you're remarks are stupid

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    Originally posted by Ruflano
    whatever, I"m not optimistic

    I'm opposite actually

    you're remarks are stupid
    Whatever, I'm not optimistic.

    I'm the opposite, actually.

    Your remarks are stupid.

    We wouldn't want anyone to think you're uneducated.
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    Wow, you can make spelling and grammar corrections.

    You know, some really ****ing clever people are dyslexic.

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    you're remarks are stupid
    First off, what you've just said is "you are remarks are stupid". I guess you must be more stupid than me. And why are they stupid? I can say the sky is pink, but without explanation, who gives a damn?

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