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#973 - i'm 21, i'm a botanist, and i'm pissed off because my grandpa'…  [+] (2 replies) 04/28/2015 on Open up to Admin (or your... 0
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#1178 - Garude (04/28/2015) [-]
I have a similar issue when it comes to death. it doesnt phase me much and I am concidered wierd in my family for that. worst thing is my dad is an abusive drunk too. mom found out through a relative that she was possibly molested by my dad when she was 12. after she came up, others did too. that i guess was moms final straw. divorced him and I have rarly seen him since. I moved out to my gfs parents place and mom moved in with her bf. he texts me every now and then saying he loves and misses me. it just doesnt get to me. i guess i lost all respect for him or something.
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#1031 - midnighteyes (04/28/2015) [-]
A lot of families feel an obligation to be upset or torn up over the declining health of a loved one regardless of their habits or their past. You see him as another person, without the obligation to love him unconditionally just because he's a relative and there's nothing wrong with that, as bad as that sounds. You're definitely not a sociopath, you're more of a realist. I have a great grandmother with declining mental health, and honestly, I'm not that upset at all because she was always a very mean person to the rest of my family when I was younger.

Another thing that could contribute to a lack of sympathy is if you've lost numerous people in your life that are close to you. After a while, you realize death is just another part of life, something inevitable, so when it happens to someone that you've expected to go for awhile, or someone that's been in bad health, it's not difficult to deal with mentally.
#7 - todd's carefully planned murder was executed flawlessly  [+] (1 reply) 04/26/2015 on Apple Watch +9
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#10 - profesoreoak (04/26/2015) [-]
good thing he had the apple watch to plan it out
#7 - i'm a botanist, so all my friends assume i grow weed in my clo…  [+] (2 replies) 04/26/2015 on *pose* +1
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#8 - valourinfj (04/26/2015) [-]
I kind of slept through my botany class, I never assumed there was a job market for someone who studies plants.
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#9 - chuffberry (04/26/2015) [-]
theres a lot of biotechnology stuff that can be done. I really like doing tissue cultures and genetically modifying plants because it makes me feel like god. there was something in the news recently about the plants growing in Chernobyl being found to make a protein that makes human blood resistant to radiation.
#52 - my brother has autism. i bit my brother when i was 4. therefor…  [+] (2 replies) 04/17/2015 on Clear? +2
#53 - tailedcrusader (04/17/2015) [-]
You have been blessed. Use your powers for good. Or evil, the fuck I care?
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#91 - flabblegabble (04/17/2015) [-]
Batmans new villian, autismabite.