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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Former SNL Writer Chooses Death Over 'Stainia

I can't say I blame him but I would advise anyone who thinks that is an answer to anything is wrong. Everything his ancestors and their ancestors wanted for the United States has all been made a mockery of. The sacrifices in the nation's history are now all in vain. That doesn't mean you have to drink anti-freeze. It means you have to start calling it Kwanstainia the same way I do so you have no emotional investment in it anymore.

A man is pathetic when he can't have a deathbed conversion and go out with some dignity. Pathetic. What does he embrace but the void? Think of embracing God, even if he is only imaginary ... and finding something to live for instead of die for? What an alternative. Speaking as a former atheist, I gotta tell you they are a wretched lot. Wretched lot. Faking it all the time. They still give advice to others even though they themselves have not gathered any wisdom at all during their lives.

6 comments:

Hot August Night said...

Well I do blame the shitty logic at play to suggest that America is such a bad place to live in now that it's worth topping yourself to escape such a hell hole (or for any reason at all). Like I keep saying, America has many benefits over Australia. There are a lot of nice cities in the US and the people there seem far more generally at ease than in overtaxed socialist petri-dish Australia.
Having said that, apparently drinking anti-freeze causes a slow and agonising death - not what a suicidal person would choose. Is it a little convenient that a vocal critic of Israeli-American foreign policy is found dead by some horrible means portrayed as a suicide?

Anonymous said...

I had a distant relation, that found out he had a fatal illness and drank battery acid - I kid you not.

The acid ate half his mouth and throat away. He survived and had to live the rest of his days like that.

Anonymous said...

Well, why would "They" kill an insignificant writer like this? What kind of threat could this sad sack possibly be?

He just had a moment of epiphany and couldn't deal with it. A weak mind perhaps, or a weak spirit.

I, for one, am not leaving this mortal coil like that, no Sir!

ray said...

A man is pathetic when he can't have a deathbed conversion and go out with some dignity. Pathetic. What does he embrace but the void? Think of embracing God, even if he is only imaginary


we're his imaginings, not the other way round


... and finding something to live for instead of die for? What an alternative. Speaking as a former atheist, I gotta tell you they are a wretched lot. Wretched lot.


indeed, and replicatatively so

perhaps why atheists often gravitate to void interests of controlmania, like ideology and politics

pacifiers for God



Faking it all the time. They still give advice to others even though they themselves have not gathered any wisdom at all during their lives.


too proud to learn, had it all down when they were 23, no guts to change

good post

Texas Arcane said...

I'm of the opinion that many men who led wayward and tragic lives were still redeemed by a deathbed conversion. I am convinced God has such low standards he will take nearly anyone. If you don't make it into heaven given the mercy and grace that is on tap you have truly botched it. This SNL writer was a self-pitying, self-righteous wreck. Men who had it a thousand times worse did not take the coward's way out in the fashion he did. He should have thought of the people in the world who needed him, it sounded like he could have been there for them when they needed it.

Saying you think it's going to be bad next year so I think I'll just ditch my loved ones by killing myself is truly whipped. It sounds like he had suffered a fall in social status and couldn't hack it.

If I'd killed myself every time my social status took a blow I'd have done myself in about a million times by now.

Anonymous said...

Yes, there is no reason to kill yourself over loss of social or financial status. I've hit rock bottom financially before, and I had to couch-surf with friends and family for several months. I had to come up with creative ways to raise money to help pay for my end of the rent and food I'd use.

Looking back, those were some of the happiest times I ever had in my life. I got to hang out with people I cared about. Honestly, that's all that really matters in life.

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