This started as a kind of "Cry for Help" at a time when I wasn't completely sure that I wasn't going to commit suicide. I didn't have a gun, but nobody knew that for certain. Not that I would have preferred a hole in the head to simply walking into traffic or slipping off an edge. I only mention that now becouse it is true that no one knew I didn't have a gun. Does that not seem odd to you? If you are one of those who didn't know for sure that I didn't have a gun then, but did know the situation I was in, then why didn't you do or say anything? Shouldn't you have known? Would it have done any good to know such a thing, considering that you certainly knew I wasn't unable to find an edge? Besides, what could you have done about it anyway? It's not as though I was literally asking for help. Did you know I wasn't able to do that though? The mentality of the truly Suicidal is also one that disassociates from the aspect of self that enjoys the luxury of reflexive thought (i.e. to know you have a problem in the first place.)
If on the other hand you didn't know I didn't have a gun because you didn't know me then disregard the above entirely.
Unless you didn't know me because you didn't know I didn't have a gun. In which case I hope you now know... I AM HAPPY!
Conditional Statment: Big Brother IS Watching
IF big brother is watching THEN Everyone is being watched all the time.
Conversely: IF Everybody is being watching all the time then Someone must be watching.
Inversely: IF someone is watching someone but not you. And you are watching someone but not them. And they are watching yet another. The other is watching others still THEN there is no "Big Brother"
Contrapositivly: If there is no "Big Brother", yet everyone is being watched all the time. And everyone is watching everyone, yet no two are watching eachother THEN...
All of us are being ignored all the time.
Mr. Revoir is listed at 666 N 550 W Orem, UT and is affiliated with the Republican Party. Larry is registered to vote in Utah County, Utah.
I am responsible for maintaining a "healthy" divergent personality disorder through obsessively indulging in cathartic activities.