On the inverse, there's also those people who know of this and use it to their advantage. Hoping other people know the stakes, they over-exaggerate their situation in order for people to stop them from committing suicide. Even though they weren't considering it, necessarily. They just want the extra reassurance associated with it, to ensure that it never comes to them contemplating suicide. While it is not their intention, it is often perceived as insulting and disrespectful to the people who have actually ended their lives. Not that they should be treated like martyrs to emotional suffering, but because the fact they felt there was no other way. That they felt... they couldn't turn to anyone...Samarium said:It's really disturbing how cruel people can be. Even on the internet people and push people to the edge of suicide. It's really saddening to hear about all of this and it's also really scary how a lot of people don't show signs, and when they do show signs people push them even more or nothing is done about it...
Well that was the point of the notice I got in the mail. They filed for protective bankruptcy which means that legally they no longer owed me anything at all but were legally required to give me a chance to take my case in a scheduled court session. All I had to do was travel across several states and stand in line with everyone else they likely owe hundreds of thousands too just to have a chance at pleading a case too. I most likely would have gotten nothing from that effort as well.That's extremely crappy! I would take it to court. You wasted your time and energy at a store that you should have gotten paid for. Seriously, I would go to court about that. You don't need/deserve to be done ****** like that!
Sorry about your dog...So, the family dog was put down this morning. Years ago I would of cared, but I hadn't really paid that much attention to him in the past few years. I still have my cat, which prolly pisses off the rest of my family, but it's not like anybody took very good care of that dog anyway. Idk, these are just my thoughts, I thought I would share.
I'm like that too. I normally don't listen to rap but I do have a couple of songs that are kind of rap-py like "Can't Hold Us" by Mackelmore and Ryan Lewis so when I hook my phone up to my stereo, I feel a little awkward when it comes on.I'm always afraid to play rap music really loud in my house because my parents think it's trash (and some rap is) and I would be embarressed if they came in my room when I was listening to some.