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Old 08-09-2011, 09:00 PM   #1191 (permalink)
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That is serious business, Walls.

I'm wondering though why do you hate people so much? so I'm guessing you have never been out of Ontario, or gotten on a plane?
I've always hated people because to me, at least 95% of them are stupid and annoying and I have a very low tolerance for it. I don't have a social disorder or anything, I can function perfectly fine when I'm out and around large groups of people. I just don't like to do it. I'd rather be by myself a lot of the time. I'm very sensitive to people's energy I've found over the years. I currently have two friends and one of those friends is kinda iffy at best, so I say one. And that's perfectly fine with me. I had another best friend but he died back in 08 due to climbing up the side of a mountain with no harness on and falling on his head from 80 feet up. I caught a lot of shit from people because I said what he did was stupid and that he deserved what he got. I told him he wouldn't make it to 21 if he kept doing the shit he was doing years ago and he died a week before his 21st bday, so I wasn't wrong. But yeah, a lot of people legit wanted to kick my ass because of my statements but the truth hurts and he was my best friend, known him for 16 years. I never even cried, oddly enough. When I found out I said "Well, he shouldn't have been climbing up the side of a mountain without a harness" and then went about my day normally.
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Old 08-09-2011, 09:42 PM   #1192 (permalink)
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I be up up and away. haha. 2 swisher blunts of OG Kush. Yum.
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Old 08-09-2011, 10:10 PM   #1193 (permalink)
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I've always hated people because to me, at least 95% of them are stupid and annoying and I have a very low tolerance for it. I don't have a social disorder or anything, I can function perfectly fine when I'm out and around large groups of people. I just don't like to do it. I'd rather be by myself a lot of the time. I'm very sensitive to people's energy I've found over the years. I currently have two friends and one of those friends is kinda iffy at best, so I say one. And that's perfectly fine with me. I had another best friend but he died back in 08 due to climbing up the side of a mountain with no harness on and falling on his head from 80 feet up. I caught a lot of shit from people because I said what he did was stupid and that he deserved what he got. I told him he wouldn't make it to 21 if he kept doing the shit he was doing years ago and he died a week before his 21st bday, so I wasn't wrong. But yeah, a lot of people legit wanted to kick my ass because of my statements but the truth hurts and he was my best friend, known him for 16 years. I never even cried, oddly enough. When I found out I said "Well, he shouldn't have been climbing up the side of a mountain without a harness" and then went about my day normally.
That part of the story about your friend just had me rolling. Part of me thinks your friend is a fucking idiot and anybody that stupid and doesn't know what's coming deserves whatever penalty comes in there lifes. However, Knowing the guy for 16 years and not feeling a thing after he dies like that is just unbelieveably heartless to me. It was a stupid decision on his part but it's not like he pulled a Benoit or anything where people just look down on it and move on with there lifes. Your friend seemed too ignorant for his own goood but at the same time I would of been heartbroken to hear something like that after sixteen years of friendship. Unreal.
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Old 08-09-2011, 11:43 PM   #1194 (permalink)
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Yeah that was pretty cold walls. i mainly dislike people who give me wierd looks and get on my nervous ect
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Old 08-10-2011, 01:07 AM   #1195 (permalink)
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I've always hated people because to me, at least 95% of them are stupid and annoying and I have a very low tolerance for it. I don't have a social disorder or anything, I can function perfectly fine when I'm out and around large groups of people. I just don't like to do it. I'd rather be by myself a lot of the time. I'm very sensitive to people's energy I've found over the years. I currently have two friends and one of those friends is kinda iffy at best, so I say one. And that's perfectly fine with me. I had another best friend but he died back in 08 due to climbing up the side of a mountain with no harness on and falling on his head from 80 feet up. I caught a lot of shit from people because I said what he did was stupid and that he deserved what he got. I told him he wouldn't make it to 21 if he kept doing the shit he was doing years ago and he died a week before his 21st bday, so I wasn't wrong. But yeah, a lot of people legit wanted to kick my ass because of my statements but the truth hurts and he was my best friend, known him for 16 years. I never even cried, oddly enough. When I found out I said "Well, he shouldn't have been climbing up the side of a mountain without a harness" and then went about my day normally.
WOW! I'm pretty surprised after reading that, If my best friend passed away I would be a complete mess, heck even if someone I just knew from a couple meetings passed away, it would still hurt me.

Was he really your best friend? Sounds like you don't miss him one bit.
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Old 08-10-2011, 01:57 AM   #1196 (permalink)
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Damn you really do hate people, don't you Walls? Don't get me wrong, I don't really think that's a bad thing, or that that somehow makes you a bad person. As a matter of fact, I think that actually makes you kind of a stronger person, in a twisted sort of way. More power to you.

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Old 08-10-2011, 03:21 AM   #1197 (permalink)
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WOW! I'm pretty surprised after reading that, If my best friend passed away I would be a complete mess, heck even if someone I just knew from a couple meetings passed away, it would still hurt me.

Was he really your best friend? Sounds like you don't miss him one bit.
He absolutely was my best friend. It's not like I don't miss him or anything or wish he wasn't around. I've always had the ability to let people go, I don't know why. I was engaged once before my current fiance and when we broke up I was completely over her about 4 days later and we were together for almost 2 years. People have called me heartless a million times, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Although I could see why people would get that assumption. I can just accept things and let people go. And it's not like I bottle it up inside and in 10 years I'm going to have a stroke over it. Up until this year I was seeing a therapist and talking about it regularly, whatever my problems were. I think everyone should have a therapist, on tap at least.

Funny you should say that you would be hurt if someone died after a couple of meetings, my fiance met him about 4 times and it affected her WAY more than it did to me and we actually argued about it because she couldn't understand why it wasn't effecting me as much. I didn't have an answer for her and still don't. Ironically, I had a Black Lab named Alexis who died 2 years ago and when it happened I literally dropped to my knees and bawled like a baby and did for weeks after, that was my baby. I still can't look at a picture of her without crying. Same with my current Black Lab Bella. I love her more than I love myself and wouldn't hesitate to take a bullet for that dog.

I don't view myself as cold, though. I always express my emotions because it isn't healthy to keep them in. I'm not one of those guys who doesn't cry because it isn't manly or whatever macho reason some guys use. If I need to cry, I have a weep-a-thon because it's what needs to happen. My fiance has made me cry several times during our 4 years together, both from negative things and from happiness. I guess I can just compartmentalize things better than some people. I've always thought that this Hunter S. Thompson quote described me perfectly: "He who makes a beast out of himself, gets rid of the pain of being a man". I fully intend on getting that tatted on me in the future, along with a line from a Mudvayne song: "I never seem to find rhythm for life's harmony". Both describe me perfectly.
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I 100% get what Walls said earlier about being able to sense other people's energy. Unfortunately, it's what makes a great majority of people unbearable to be around, because of their overwhelming negativity and ignorance.

That doesn't describe anyone in this thread, just the public in general.
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He absolutely was my best friend. It's not like I don't miss him or anything or wish he wasn't around. I've always had the ability to let people go, I don't know why. I was engaged once before my current fiance and when we broke up I was completely over her about 4 days later and we were together for almost 2 years. People have called me heartless a million times, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Although I could see why people would get that assumption. I can just accept things and let people go. And it's not like I bottle it up inside and in 10 years I'm going to have a stroke over it. Up until this year I was seeing a therapist and talking about it regularly, whatever my problems were. I think everyone should have a therapist, on tap at least.

Funny you should say that you would be hurt if someone died after a couple of meetings, my fiance met him about 4 times and it affected her WAY more than it did to me and we actually argued about it because she couldn't understand why it wasn't effecting me as much. I didn't have an answer for her and still don't. Ironically, I had a Black Lab named Alexis who died 2 years ago and when it happened I literally dropped to my knees and bawled like a baby and did for weeks after, that was my baby. I still can't look at a picture of her without crying. Same with my current Black Lab Bella. I love her more than I love myself and wouldn't hesitate to take a bullet for that dog.

I don't view myself as cold, though. I always express my emotions because it isn't healthy to keep them in. I'm not one of those guys who doesn't cry because it isn't manly or whatever macho reason some guys use. If I need to cry, I have a weep-a-thon because it's what needs to happen. My fiance has made me cry several times during our 4 years together, both from negative things and from happiness. I guess I can just compartmentalize things better than some people. I've always thought that this Hunter S. Thompson quote described me perfectly: "He who makes a beast out of himself, gets rid of the pain of being a man". I fully intend on getting that tatted on me in the future, along with a line from a Mudvayne song: "I never seem to find rhythm for life's harmony". Both describe me perfectly.
That somewhat puts your feelings to a sense, your post before this just caught me really off guard.

I do know some people that don`t let deaths affect them too much, My uncles brother died a couple years ago when I was still a kid and I asked my parents why isn`t uncle crying, it`s just some people know that we all have to die and take it well.

Me on the other hand, I bawl my eyes out even if I hear about someone`s death on the news (obviously not all the time, mostly when it's a brutal accident like a murder) it`s happened many times before, and I`m pretty sure it`ll happen many times in the future, I just get really sad over deaths, If you give me a picture of a deceased and the brutal way they died in (if they did), I`ll get really sad because I look at them and say to myself "man this person looks so happy, I wonder if he knew what death would be like", because at the end of the day that person has a family who is going through hell, and I just realize that and tear up thinking about what they must be going through.
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Yeah, I'm nothing like that. I could care less if people around me or people I know die unless I really liked them.
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