would you name your kid after vidya?
you already forgot about me didn't you
This is going to be pruned anyway, so
I want to cum in Zelda.
>Can easily afford a quick and painless way to die
>Strangle self with belt and slit wrists
He was an overrated, one-trick comedy actor who damn near ruined every serious role he was put in. Why everyone's so obsessed with him I don't understand, probably because the first comedy movie the kids on this site saw were Flubber and the first serious dramatic film they were shown in school was Dead Poet Society.
no but i would name my daughter after music
>Nobody even tried the Pet Cemetery or the Necronomicon, you uncaring bastards
If I have a daughter, I'm going to push for her name to be King.
If you didn't like him it's fine that you don't care that he died. People die all the time, it's not unheard of. Just don't call someone else a faggot because you don't like him and they do.
>Not buying an exit bag
>Not taking sleeping pills and inhaling some cyanide gas with jesus
>Not buying drugs and OD'ing
>Not just shooting self in the head
>its good, but good enough to be commonly recognized as good, which means its bad
>Not taking the sonic path
At least make your death funny.
Have you ever watched Citizen Kane? Do you remember that whole thing about the opera, where the newspaper was telling people to like the opera singing even though it was terrible? Do you remember how those people did?
That's Good Will Hunting.
Olette cant be that bad...its si uknown it could pass off as normalish
Suicide is a human right.
Usually when I see people get uppity about it, it's,
"What makes a person who is suicidal not of sound mind?"
"Why is being suicidal not of sound mind?"
The logic is so damned flawed it's self referential; it's circular.
I used to be a teacher in a minority district, finding girls named Queen wasn't too uncommon.
To that end, there were some Mexican boys named Rey (King), so same thing I guess.
I don't know if suicide is logical or not.
But I can tell you that saying it's unethical or immoral or "unsound" or "insane" to entertain such thoughts or to be suicidal is absolutely absurd.
>tfw he played WoW with Vin Diesel and i never got to play with him
A story that added totally unnecessary artistic elements to a real-life story; also made Hunter Doherty look like a thief when in real life that never happened. Also added suicide which never happened. Also made on a budget of around 33 million, which is ironic because Hunter Doherty himself never saw a fucking dime.
>Good Will Hunting
A story about a guy who's too brilliant to be recognized by his peers and does things that if anyone (regardless of how amazing they are) would get thrown out of school instantly. I think this is popular because everyone thinks they're some kind of unrecognized genius, and if they tried a little bit harder things would change. This story isn't even remotely grounded in reality
>Good Morning Vietnam
People just get mad because they have trouble coming to terms with losing a person they loved. A lot of negative emotions from dealing with loss get misdirected for the suicidal. Instead of realising that the person was unhappy and suicidal, often times people will call them cowards or fuck ups, etc.
Sometimes there isn't even a coherent reason as to why someone kills themselves. At least, one that is not coherent to us.
>I don't know if suicide is logical or not.
There is nothing illogical OR logical to it.
You feel like you want [current life situation] to end, if you arrive at the point you don´t care how anymore, you´re at suicidal central. following up with action to a desire is logical. the thought is too.
but it stems from emotion which are not logical, especially in a world where people mess with their brain chemistry on a daily basis.
what they mean is that self-preservation is a biological imperative and demonstration of behavior that disobeys that instinct is cause for alarm
but then people that mean to say that are too stupid to know what it is that they mean to say so their opinion cant really be trusted can it
It is illogical because it goes against our biological needs (self preservation to reproduce).
It is unethical because there are people out there that would gladly leave their life to live yours.
I'm not debating that suicide is your right, I'm saying that people that take their own lifes more often than not also show unstable behavior beforehand. Most of the time people who kill themselves don't do it to say no to the world but because they suddenly lost a certain amount of the ability to feel positive feelings and that includes all impetus to strife against that, so they kill themselves.
People die and people forget or move on. That's life.
I really hope that Robin William's death put into perspective how terrible depression actually is as opposed to the stuff they've seen on tv or laughed about amongst friends. No one should experience depression. Or Alzheimers.
I'm either naming my kid Jeanne or Luka. The names are from Bayonetta of course.
>It is unethical because there are people out there that would gladly leave their life to live yours.
Then it is also unethical for a hobo in america to complain about his lot, since in africa children are born that have it just as bad but also never grow up.
Suffering doesn´t get less by comparing it to different situations.
It's logical because at the most basic core (that is when observing the natural order), everything is trying to reproduce and spread their genetics.
It's logical because it's typical.
Princess Zelda is named after Zelda Fitzgerald, a real person. I don't think for any reason any deeper than Shiggy just liking the sound of it.