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#179 - So since we dont laugh about 12 people being killed that must …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/22/2012 on Internet etiquette +1
#187 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
You really do have a hard differentiating between a reply to you and a reply to someone else, don't you?
I saw the news and thought "Wow, that's terrible." Then I moved the fuck on with my day, because I don't live in Colorado. I didn't sit there and break down into tears because of a sad story on the news. Everything on the news is a sad story. You're not going to make it through life as anything but an emotional wreck if you let something that happened to people you would never have met make you sad, and call everyone who deals with the news by making a joke, a monster.
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#296 - bachbach (07/23/2012) [-]
The only reason i made the comment on the post is that ive never had something i saw on the news really actually affect me. I was probably alot like you, in fact when i first saw it i was like. shit thats sucks. then i actually learned shit about it and read the thing about the 6 year old and that really got to me. Maybe you arent around younger kids but my neighbors have younger kids and my girlfriend has 2 younger brothers so it was kind of a sickening disturbing thought that a child just like them was randomly killed along with many others in a shooting at a batman movie.
#174 - I never implied that crying helped anon you stupid ****. How c…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/22/2012 on Internet etiquette +1
#176 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
I didn't even reply you to, fuckwad.

You know what, if you're sad because some people you never knew got killed, then go be sad. Write some poetry while you're at it.
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#181 - bachbach (07/22/2012) [-]
You're putting this all as anonymous because you know people will think you're fucked up.
#182 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
If I were sitting here crying with you while anonymous, you wouldn't have any problems with the lack of an account. But because I have a differing opinion to you, it must mean that I'm trying to shield myself from something.
Funny thing, that.
#142 - This made me google about the shooting and i read about the li…  [+] (25 new replies) 07/22/2012 on Internet etiquette +4
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#186 - satyrn (07/22/2012) [-]
People like that guy are the only reason I'm for the death penalty >:(
#241 - colephlepsderp (07/22/2012) [-]
The death penalty is stupid! An eye for an eye? that makes the world fucking blind. If you kill someone for committing murder, isn't that just an easy solution to a bigger problem?
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#242 - satyrn (07/22/2012) [-]
It depends. I'm generally against the death penalty, but I believe that in extreme cases such as this, the person has already forfeited their right to life, and also that it would set a precedent for others who might consider the same actions. A person who can appear normal and then commit an atrocity such as this is never truly going to be stable again, and any jail or psych ward is just going to be burdened keeping them alive for no reason if they aren't killed, so...
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#243 - colephlepsderp (07/22/2012) [-]
I reach that we should pic up the warning signs for these people, i mean this guy must have shown signs that something was wrong with him, he could of been helped but, nope, 20 people are dead and 50 more didn't get to see the end of an epic trilogy.
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#248 - satyrn (07/22/2012) [-]
By all accounts so far this guy was a quiet loner, a genius of some description and he liked football. Are you proposing we make autism a crime?
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#259 - colephlepsderp (07/22/2012) [-]
Well, that seems like more of a cliche of a serial killer, and who said he was autistic?
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#295 - satyrn (07/22/2012) [-]
No one said he was autistic, but the lack of social skills and high level intelligence are readily associated with the autism spectrum, so in order to "pic up the signs" as you say, we would have to vet every single autistic person on earth. It seems pretty obvious that that simply isn't possible.
#164 - rcathell (07/22/2012) [-]
Yeah I was watching it on the news for hours the day it (the movie) came out. The stories of those people were just devastating.
I was so pissed at all the people making fun of it because they hadn't seen the crying mothers and fathers that I had seen, and the families torn apart forever with little children that will never see their parents again, and parents of dead children whose lives will never be the same, & all because of the whimsy of one demented jackass.
#180 - lefish (07/22/2012) [-]
You are making me sad. I don't want to have feels like your sharks. I want to be like this shark.
#167 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
Yes, it's a tragedy. What is crying about it going to solve for you, someone who never knew those people before you saw them on the news?
Nothing. So why not make yourself feel a little better about the situation?
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#174 - bachbach (07/22/2012) [-]
I never implied that crying helped anon you stupid fuck. How could you make yourself feel better by making jokes about a situation that involved the random killing of 12 innocent people? You dont control emotions like that. Laughing about it wont solve anything either. Its just disrespectful to those who were killed and to the families and friends of those victims. At least sadness or anger shows some sort of compassion that the tragedy was so terrible and the pain of those who were lost was so powerful that you could feel someone elses anguish and pain even if on a much smaller level.
#176 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
I didn't even reply you to, fuckwad.

You know what, if you're sad because some people you never knew got killed, then go be sad. Write some poetry while you're at it.
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#181 - bachbach (07/22/2012) [-]
You're putting this all as anonymous because you know people will think you're fucked up.
#182 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
If I were sitting here crying with you while anonymous, you wouldn't have any problems with the lack of an account. But because I have a differing opinion to you, it must mean that I'm trying to shield myself from something.
Funny thing, that.
#168 - rcathell (07/22/2012) [-]
How will laughing about something awful fix anything? I doubt I could anyway after seeing what those poor people were going through. Watch news coverage of it on youtube/msnbc/fox/ etc. If you can watch even a full hour of that story with interviews and laugh... well I can't.
#171 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
I'm not denying that it's a sad and terrible thing, but you're letting the feelings of people you have never known dictate your emotions. You're sad because they are sad. There's empathy, and then there's...whatever it is you're doing.

Laughing about it will make you feel better about it. Crying will do nothing but bring more sadness. Laughing will make you happier.
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#175 - rcathell (07/22/2012) [-]
Considering my cousin was shot down in a random act of gang violence at his middle school 2 years ago, I seriously doubt I can bring myself to laugh at the neverending misfortune of others.
When you lose a family member to random gun violence it changes your perspective.
You think about what your life could have been with them in it.
You think about all the wasted potential, and the great things they could have done, given the chance.
You would never, ever wish that pain and hurt on someone else.
I just don't think it's funny, and can't bring myself to.
I've had enough happen in my life to realize the sort of things losing someone like this can do to a person, and can you imagine what it would be like to be a survivor of a person who died in your family and go on the internet and see random people poking fun at your incalculable loss?

That would cut so deeply.

I won't be party to that.
#177 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
Jesus, it is impossible to feel happy with you depression-laden moralfags around.

It's like you exist to suck the joy out of life, as it was once sucked out of yours.
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#185 - rcathell (07/22/2012) [-]
I like to laugh just as much as the next person, there is just some things that are off limits (or should be) even on the internet, especially when you consider the fact that people were posting jokes about it literally hours after it happened. That's not people 'laughing to cope', that's fucked up, disconnected assholes, being exactly what they are. I love to laugh, and often do, but I don't even see how it's possible that people can find demeaning garbage like that entertaining esp. so quickly after it happened.
#189 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
Either everything is off-limits, or nothing is.

You can't see how people find the stuff funny.
I don't see how you can feel so emotionally involved with people you never knew existed.
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#179 - bachbach (07/22/2012) [-]
So since we dont laugh about 12 people being killed that must mean that we're fucked up. and then there's whatever im doing? Im sorry that the killing of a 6 year old child who went to the movies with her aunt and mother who was so young that she had just learned to swim and was very proud of it made me feel an emotional response. Next time ill make sure to act fast and think of a joke to make just to make sure i dont show any emotions so people dont think im a human being.
#187 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
You really do have a hard differentiating between a reply to you and a reply to someone else, don't you?
I saw the news and thought "Wow, that's terrible." Then I moved the fuck on with my day, because I don't live in Colorado. I didn't sit there and break down into tears because of a sad story on the news. Everything on the news is a sad story. You're not going to make it through life as anything but an emotional wreck if you let something that happened to people you would never have met make you sad, and call everyone who deals with the news by making a joke, a monster.
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#296 - bachbach (07/23/2012) [-]
The only reason i made the comment on the post is that ive never had something i saw on the news really actually affect me. I was probably alot like you, in fact when i first saw it i was like. shit thats sucks. then i actually learned shit about it and read the thing about the 6 year old and that really got to me. Maybe you arent around younger kids but my neighbors have younger kids and my girlfriend has 2 younger brothers so it was kind of a sickening disturbing thought that a child just like them was randomly killed along with many others in a shooting at a batman movie.
#159 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
Who brought a 6 year old to see Dark Knight Rises? That's a PG13 movie.

The gunman pulled the trigger, but it was irresponsible parenting that killed her.
#156 - anon (07/22/2012) [-]
and one of the girls [jessica] Apparently had survived getting shot in another shooting some time before
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