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Posts sent on: 2012-11-08

08 Nov 2012 

The Last of 36 and a Good Cup of Coffee. Here are My Morning Thoughts.

      Thanks to a very bad habbit of my best friend, Kelly, I finnished off her pack of friends and due to excellent planning, I took a nice walk to school after. On this walk I passed by this tree, an average tree, but it got me thinking about suicide, mainly, how loanly it is. But that's the point isn't it? Those who commit suicide already feel alone so maybe that doesn't bother them. Being alone in death as well. But what about those who have cancer? Isn't that worse than suicide? You can't stop it, you can't do anything about it beside sit there, normally with your loved ones, and wait for the tragic out come while pray to in imaginary being that will do nothing to save you? Cancer may yet be the worse way to die. Being warned that you will die then forced to lay there and wait for it. But what about those who are murdered? They have no warning, and if it is an up front murder, where you are attacked, then you die with your last memory of being in pain, scared, and most likely angery. I still don't know if that beats Cancer, but it sure gives it a run for it's money as being one of the worse domestic ways to die.
      All this to say, I have come to the realization that people should all have a dog. I know this seems random but think, if you have a dog then you can't die alone unless you really try when it comes to suicide. People are less likely to front on attack you if you are walking beside a dog, as long as it's a really dog. none of this toy poodle shit, and when it comes to Cancer, well, maybe that's way it's the worse death. You're absolutly helpless against it's wrath.
      So, all that to say on this early morning, I'm signing off with one last thanks to mans best friend.
Thank You, Fido!


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