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    Quote Originally Posted by mickice View Post
    Continuous pain or a terminal illnesses are the exception. But generally I think people can do more good alive than dead. If something is wrong or broken in your life you fix it.
    How do you fix feeling hated by everyone you meet?
    How do you fix regretting every decision you make?
    How do you fix feeling everything you do is wrong?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mickice View Post
    Continuous pain or a terminal illnesses are the exception. But generally I think people can do more good alive than dead. If something is wrong or broken in your life you fix it.
    Please spare us. You've obviously never been down that road, so stop trying to act like there's a magical solution to the completely shifted reality that is suicide. It's not black and white. If it were that simple, that would be great, but when you're in that frame of mind... it isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreDayDetox View Post
    http://www.deadline.com/2012/08/tony...-brain-cancer/ Apparently he did not have inoperable brain cancer..ABC $#@!ed up



    Now I'm really curious to see what the note says.
    It's always good to be skeptical at first. Now I'm seriously wondering what happened. The note will provide the answer or clues.


    Quote Originally Posted by mickice
    Continuous pain or a terminal illnesses are the exception. But generally I think people can do more good alive than dead. If something is wrong or broken in your life you fix it.
    An ignorant statement but a good one at that because no one should have such suicidal thoughts. I can relate with HellJester and PeanutButterMunky because I've felt emotionally and physically depleted before. I felt like the world was against me - my family, everyone from school, my performance in academics and physical fidelity, the depression you get is far more overwhelming then you can fathom. But that was years ago when I was still in High School, if I didn't get support from that single person at the time, I would have taken my life.

    I'm not attacking your comment, mickice because you don't really understand or rather, I'd be best if you never understood because the feelings are destructive. I do ask that you don't take these situations lightly because it's not easy.







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    Man on Fire... sad to see this director go, and like that no less.

    I wonder what Ridley thinks, what he's going through.

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    As I said in the other thread relating to this. It's a shame and a waste, he was clearly a talented guy (Man on Fire was a boss of a film) but I hold very little sympathy for people who take their own life (unless of course they are dying a slow and painful death anyway, i'm all for euthanasia)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedDragon7 View Post
    Man on Fire... sad to see this director go, and like that no less.

    I wonder what Ridley thinks, what he's going through.
    I was thinking the same thing. They are brothers, afterall.
    Thanks to Kwes for the signature!

    "As long as there are dreamers who have the courage to pursue their dreams, the world will have heroes. And as long as there is a thirst to discover the unknown, there will be new stories to tell...and new adventures to be had."

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    The Last Boy Scout and Man on Fire are easily my favorites. He's one of my favourite action directors. Every time I see his name and Denzel's attached to the project, I jump for joy.


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