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Messages - Sir Squid Diddimus

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I have stuff to say about this, but I'm posting via phone.

Short form: Dad decided not to continue cancer treatment, though he knew it would end his life sooner. So he both suffered AND killed himself.

 :sad:
I am truly sorry.

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Circumstances always apply.

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It's interesting to see so many different sides of this.
Nigel, did you have people close to you self terminate? You seem very bitter and angry about it.
I never considered the ones I know to have been selfish assholes. I sort of sympathized. In a weird kind of way.
I understood a couple of them, like my friend with the child (which is where all of this stemmed from. I was thinking about her the other day).

She was in an accident and in a coma for a couple of months. A small portion of her brain had to be removed due to swelling, and one day she woke up and said "Where's my bike. Shit. Where the hell am I?", like nothing had happened. However, she suffered a downward spiral of depression a short while after. It went on for a couple of years. No smiles, no happiness, not even moments of "ok". She truly just suffered under a dark cloud until one day she ended it.
I feel horrible for her family and her child, but at the same time I never saw her as a selfish asshole, but as someone who just couldn't live inside her own head anymore. I felt sympathy for her. I felt like she was finally free. I'm sure her family thinks much differently, but it was hard for everyone to watch her suffer, and honestly, I think there was a little relief from a few. Her grandmother said "She doesn't have to suffer anymore" at her memorial service.

As far as comparing it to my own child, I can't even fathom the thought. Meaning I can't even think about that. The idea of him even being heartbroken over a girl makes me want to Hulk out on this town. I love that boy more than words can even say (obviously), so really, I can't use that to contrast, cause the mere thought makes me die inside.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Uh...
« on: April 17, 2014, 02:53:08 pm »
 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:

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Can't wait!
 :drama1:



Except I can.  :sad:

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The only radio station you need for electronic music

http://tunein.com/radio/Limbik-Frequencies-s2225/

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: April 16, 2014, 05:42:36 pm »
Check the pants.
I wouldn't wanna ruin my makeup now would I?

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A week from today, I start my 30 hour train ride to Kansas City. Bizarre. I'm INSANE.

Why are you going to the middle of the US?
Isn't that where despair, boredom, and tornadoes are born?

Squid- knows nothing of these places

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: April 16, 2014, 05:34:54 pm »
This is my "I hate your fucking reggae" face.
Same 10 songs from the kitchen. Every. Fucking. Day.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: April 16, 2014, 03:28:47 pm »
of course. But the DöcktörH˙˙l toilet seat......

I've heard that this toilet seat actually pushes your stool back up your body and out the other end.
By any exit necessary.
Quite efficient, but not as fun as a bidet.

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Oh, dear.  He's woken Squidzilla.

(For what it's worth, I read it wrong too, and was worried.)

It was still an incredibly fucked up thing for Pergamos to say regardless of what Squiddy actually said or how it was interpreted by people who aren't Pergamos.

Yes, it was.  But it's entirely possible that he didn't understand just who he was dealing with here.  It's not like Squid COULD kill herself, even if she tried.  She'd just regrow everthing and have to start over.  The Seminole Indians had legends about her, and those legends scared them so badly they asked whitey to drain the swamp for them.  The government reluctantly agreed, and hushed it all up with some nonsense about "flood control".

All officials responsible were found dead of harpoon-related causes.  And not the explodey kind.  No.

There's a reason all the alligators hot-footed it to lake Jessup and out of my area.
The Seminole chief was not held at Castillo De San Marcos, just his body. I had the important stuff.
I moved to central Florida, the swamps moved south.
Ask me about my exploding mosquitoes.

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http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/meta-study-confirms-homeopathy-doesnt-work

In other news, scientists have determined that the moon's orbit has remained stable, despite thousands of Pagans "drawing it down".

High Druid Blacksoul Moonbuttocks of the 1st United Eclectic Pagan Church of Patchouli has responded with "Scientists are unaware of our astral plane."

 :lol: :lol: :lol:

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