Dr. Dan Wilson, Covid-19 Mask Science |490|

Yes, I do plan outdoor activities during the coming warm season – how could it be otherwise? Or did you think I spend all my lifetime in front of a screen?
To be honest, yes I did. Because I often perceive your posts as nihilistic, I assumed you were the stereotypical angry, depressed intellectual Russian, slowly going insane from being locked indoors due to cold weather, trapped in an urban hellscape.

I apologize for that assumption. I am very pleased to hear you spend time outdoors communing with Mother Nature. More people should.

Your Parents' dacha is in a beautiful location. I spent last weekend driving around Lake Sam Rayburn in east Texas, and Lake Toledo Bend in west Louisiana looking for lake-front property to buy. I'm trying to build my own weekend dacha in the forrest.

Sam Rayburn is 463 km² in size. Toledo Bend 750 km². I have a lot more driving to do.

Two years ago I was sleeping alone in the woods precisely here: 31.273097, -94.373237 when I woke up at 3:00 am and felt something TERRIBLE, an overwhelming sense of dread and menace. I was terrified.

It wasn't a person. I fear no person or animal because I sleep with this pistol in the tent next to me. The dread was so bad I packed up my camp, threw it in my boat, and drove across the lake in the dark back to my truck and went home.

I've slept alone in the swamps of Louisiana thousands of times since I was a kid. I've never felt a presence that evil. This never happens to me. I still don't understand it.
 
After a year of contemplation I got over the anger because I realized his choice really was the best option. Motorcycling was his only reason for existence, and that was gone.
Obviously there has to be compassion for people in difficult situations. Am gonna be blunt tho. Motorcycling was not his reason for existence. At the time of suicide he was a lightweight who killed himself. The same goes for anyone else who kills themselves and doesnt fight it to the end (aside from 'maybe' taking one's life in order to save others, like not getting caught by interogating enemy troops). It's harsh to say considering how much pain and grief people can go through, but that's how it is
 
It totally was, and he would agree if asked.

If you wish to converse with me, stop being an Ignorant Jackass.
Charlie I know he was your friend and i promise you that am not trying to be disrespectful. Personally i'm not religious but to put it in Christian terms without comparing Jesus to run of the mill people like yourself, me or your friend. The principle is the same though. Was Jesus's main reason for existence to be a carpenter or to try and do good things in whatever way he could?
 
...to put it in Christian terms
He was an Atheist, and his only reason for existence was being the President of our Motorcycle Club and organizing rides.

After being crippled and unable to ever ride again, he had no reason to exist. Suicide was preferable to slowly rotting in an easy chair stupefied by opiates to stop the endless pain from his injuries.

We buried his jacket in front of his Parent's grave, cremated his body, and dumped the ashes into Galveston Bay where he ran scuba diving tours in the 70's.

 
Reckon another imo evil satanic ritual abuse cult member should be added to that list -
Klaus Schwab - chairman of the World Economic Forum.
There was the imo sick satanic ritual abuse cult member Chuck Schumer (democrat politician) who i added in another post before also.
Robert Maxwell (evil satanic abuse cult member imo, now dead and reincarnated in hell) was also added in a post.

In the attachment list i say about apologising if anyone has been wrongly acused. Should have pointed out more, as i did in a follow up email to a troll, I really don't think i'm wrong about one goddamn one of them and do not put names out there lightly.

Should also note that these are imo satanic ritual abusers. Imo evil pedos are spread out across posts that have written on Skeptiko.

Hell is on other planets imo. nice and real
 
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I don't get why people want to press reality into the box of Christianity.
Or for that matter Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism or whatever.
Organized religion always feels like a Reader's Digest version of what you should actually know.
A way to placate the masses.
 
I don't get why people want to press reality into the box of Christianity.
Or for that matter Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism or whatever.
Organized religion always feels like a Reader's Digest version of what you should actually know.
A way to placate the masses.
Bro, you look like that dude from the TV show Law and Order.

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Obviously there has to be compassion for people in difficult situations. Am gonna be blunt tho. Motorcycling was not his reason for existence. At the time of suicide he was a lightweight who killed himself. The same goes for anyone else who kills themselves and doesnt fight it to the end (aside from 'maybe' taking one's life in order to save others, like not getting caught by interogating enemy troops). It's harsh to say considering how much pain and grief people can go through, but that's how it is
Well, as a suicide attempt survivor, I have to look at all the condemnation that suicide victims receive. I can understand it from a historical perspective, when there were few ppl due to low birth rates or maybe the bubonic plague. Everyone was needed to grow food, protect their families & friends from outside sources of danger, for example. When the numbers began to change & there were so many ppl, I think the narrative needed to change.
What is most perplexing is the different experiences of suicide gestures, attempts, & then those who survive suicide, like Tricia Barker. Why, in my case, did someone (a spirit, a guardian angel, my Super Ego) intervene & yell, "NOOOOOO!" at me as I scooted to the edge of the ledge outside my 10th floor dorm window? Why didn't Tricia or other suicidal ppl have such an appropriate response from the 'other side?' Do others have that experience, but ignore it? Take it from me, at the time of my ledge-scooting, I would have done almost anything to end the crushing weight of the dreary sense of hopelessness that I felt. I have complete sympathy for those who have ended their lives.
 
Well, as a suicide attempt survivor, I have to look at all the condemnation that suicide victims receive. I can understand it from a historical perspective, when there were few ppl due to low birth rates or maybe the bubonic plague. Everyone was needed to grow food, protect their families & friends from outside sources of danger, for example. When the numbers began to change & there were so many ppl, I think the narrative needed to change.
What is most perplexing is the different experiences of suicide gestures, attempts, & then those who survive suicide, like Tricia Barker. Why, in my case, did someone (a spirit, a guardian angel, my Super Ego) intervene & yell, "NOOOOOO!" at me as I scooted to the edge of the ledge outside my 10th floor dorm window? Why didn't Tricia or other suicidal ppl have such an appropriate response from the 'other side?' Do others have that experience, but ignore it? Take it from me, at the time of my ledge-scooting, I would have done almost anything to end the crushing weight of the dreary sense of hopelessness that I felt. I have complete sympathy for those who have ended their lives.
i have sympathy for them (most people at least) too which i pointed out in the post you replied too.
Read the post again
'Obviously there has to be compassion for people in difficult situations. Am gonna be blunt tho. Motorcycling was not his reason for existence. At the time of suicide he was a lightweight who killed himself. The same goes for anyone else who kills themselves and doesnt fight it to the end (aside from 'maybe' taking one's life in order to save others, like not getting caught by interogating enemy troops). It's harsh to say considering how much pain and grief people can go through, but that's how it is'

as well as subsequent posts

What is your point? That suicide is the way forward and should be encouraged?
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Well, as a suicide attempt survivor, I have to look at all the condemnation that suicide victims receive. I can understand it from a historical perspective, when there were few ppl due to low birth rates or maybe the bubonic plague. Everyone was needed to grow food, protect their families & friends from outside sources of danger, for example. When the numbers began to change & there were so many ppl, I think the narrative needed to change.
What is most perplexing is the different experiences of suicide gestures, attempts, & then those who survive suicide, like Tricia Barker. Why, in my case, did someone (a spirit, a guardian angel, my Super Ego) intervene & yell, "NOOOOOO!" at me as I scooted to the edge of the ledge outside my 10th floor dorm window? Why didn't Tricia or other suicidal ppl have such an appropriate response from the 'other side?' Do others have that experience, but ignore it? Take it from me, at the time of my ledge-scooting, I would have done almost anything to end the crushing weight of the dreary sense of hopelessness that I felt. I have complete sympathy for those who have ended their lives.
I appreciate how honest you are concerning your own temptations for suicide. Personally, I think that suicide would be a much easier procedure if we knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that this life is all there is. Unfortunately, this is highly unlikely. Let me illustrate how unlikely I think this is by providing a comparative example of absolute idiocy, taken seriously by this COVID-19 idiot reality, and let us contrast.

What do you guys think about simulation theory? I was listening to this transhumanist name Nick Bostrom, on the Joe Rogan Experience, pre Spotify, and this idiot thinks that everything is a simulation. His theory goes something like this, and has only these options: 1. everybody goes extinct before they create simulations. 2. We become so technologically mature that we don't need simulations. 3. All these advance civilizations have already created countess simulations and we are a part of them. He says that the last is the most probable.

To me, this is no different that Nietzsche's "eternal return" and "no freedom of the will" bullshit. Nietzsche proposed that he and his colleagues were trying, with all of their might, to remove the concept of "free will," nevertheless forgetting that he is utilizing his will to try so in the first place.....freely! What a fucking idiot! Is there any wonder that he ended up as a slobbering, mindless shell of a human being in his mid 40's? He ended up practicing what he preached.

Likewise, the moron Nick Bostrom creates a narrative that only supports his simulation fantasy....and gets paid well for it! It is fascinating how many people made a philosophical career out of a movie as stupid as The Matrix! Shit, I should make a philosophical career out of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure!

Certainly, I sympathize with those who have endured real difficult lives, and have contemplated suicide. Thanks for the post, Kim, I get it.
 
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