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Shreveport, LA
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Jul 11, 21 at 8:10pm
I feel for his loneliness, but violence was not the answer to his problems. My best advice to prevent this is to learn to be happy when you are alone, realize your actions affect others, don't give up on being happy (especially when you are young), and don't let social norms be your only route to happiness. A woman or man in your life will not guarantee happiness. Be thankful for what you do have and do stuff you want to do even if you are by yourself. Relationships are a great thing, but too much focus on your failures will just make you miserable. Learn from it and move on. You may find you are happier when you worry less about what you don't have and enjoy what is available to you. This man let his bitterness consume him, and detached himself from society. Being alone is not the end of the world, even if it feels like it. A tragic story, but thanks for sharing projectotakux.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32I4uxAU8wQ Watched this after watching the one on Yuka Takaoka since this guy has been echoed all over the internet. To quickly over-simply my reaction to this: It is insane what makes a person go this route it's terrifying. Like seriously? What made him conclude having all the women in the world was the only thing that mattered in life?
Jun 14, 21 at 2:26pm
Do you mean they spend all their money or all their retirement investments disappear?
Well im adulting pretty well. Imagine investing for retirement, investing for long term, and saving ontop of that. Thats like 3 levels of security for a guy who doesnt expect to make it to his 60's but just incase i do. Im just wondering if anyone gets money and then its gone like poof.
Jun 14, 21 at 2:19pm
I've learned to care less what other people think as I got older, but I can relate. Just bought a DBZ sunshade for my car, so everyone who sees my car parked can see I'm into anime.
Jul 11, 21 at 7:01pm
If you think your dog is okay, then there is nothing to worry about. A random stranger's opinion of your dog doesn't amount to much in the grand scheme of things.