People who comitted suicide while having a healthy body
and money. I guess they don't have a healthy mind?
If you are multi-millionaires and you want to commit suicide, please do the following list.
1. Take all your money and put into an investment trust. Open a soup kitchen and set up your investment interests to fund the kitchen forever.
2. Go and take down some crooks in this world. The more of these worthless cockroaches that you can take down, the better it is for mankind.
3. Strap yourself on a rocket and shoot up into space.
Please don't die in a defeated way. Do us a favor take out the bastards. We have so many that I don't even need to name names.
June 8th, 2018 12:38pm
>Open a soup kitchen
Didn't Bob Marley donate his writing credit on 'No woman, No Cry' to a guy who ran a soup kitchen?
June 8th, 2018 12:43pm
Don't listen to OP.
Best way to improve the world for a suicidal person is to write a detailed letter of all your grievances, naming the names of each and every person who did you wrong, sex molesters, child abusers, dishonest coworkers, etc. Rank them in order of severity. Then engage in payback against all the members of the list, in descending order until the list is empty, or you are no more. Have the letter describing the grievances set to mail itself everywhere upon triggering of a dead man's switch.
When they ask "why did he do this" the answer will be clear and explained. No one will be able to say "He was crazy" or "He did this for no reason."
This will be a lesson to molesters and abusers hearing this story. If everyone who was molested and is suicidal followed this plan, there would be a lot less molesters around and those around would think twice.
June 8th, 2018 2:23pm
June 9th, 2018 12:13am
That all sounds very rational and constructive... except it appears you don't understand suicide very well. Usually, suicidal persons just want the pain to stop. At this point, being rational is not a high priority.
June 9th, 2018 1:05am
RC, I like the cut of your jib. Well stated. An excellent plan.
Revenge is a dish best served cold.
June 9th, 2018 2:30am
A rational solution to an irrational problem?
Not sure that's gonna fly.
Make a good film plot though...
...Suicidal guy goes on killing spree of past enemies, ends up deciding he wants to live after all.
Grumpy Old Git
June 9th, 2018 2:55am
I think a lot of people actually do this, it just doesn't get reported fully.
A friend from my adolescence went down this path in his 20s. He tracked down and killed around a dozen people who he believed were the key assholes who screwed up his life to the point he wanted to end it. His spree spanned multiple states and two countries. Police were after him for months, but didn't manage to catch him because they couldn't predict his movements and only he knew the reasons for why his targets were selected. His last victim was himself.
Beside the chair where he sat when he pulled the trigger the last time, was a table. On the table was his final letter, several pages explaining the reasons and detailing in length what each person did to him and how they contributed to his downfall. I heard about this last detail from his mother. He mailed a copy of that letter to her and it arrived after he was dead. She turned it over to police. The detective told her they already had a copy of it. The details of what the letter said were only reported at the time as "police found a note". The public is rarely told what the note said.
Thinking about this over the years, it seems similar to war. Someone has wronged another group, so they go to war against each other, both willing to die. When the person wronged is one person and justice is not attainable, this can seem a reasonable path.
June 9th, 2018 3:47am
I imagine the authorities don't want to encourage such actions.
They could be next.
Grumpy Old Git
June 9th, 2018 5:15am
Anthony Bourdain was on the list.
The list is long.
Dirac Angestum Gesept
June 9th, 2018 5:19am