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Holden

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Re: A dying animal
« on: September 21, 2014, 12:34:51 pm »
I feel in my bones that what is write is very close to the truth.This world is based on lies & deception,no wonder you are alienated.And so am I.
If nothing works out,maybe I get enrolled as an anaesthesiology student,I am not kidding,its one of my plans to end it all-

Here's what Ligotti say-

The non-suicidal speak so cavalierly about suicide, as if anyone can do it anytime they want. But you really have to be in a very particular frame of mind to voluntarily attempt to die. More often, someone with the worst depression simply doesnít feel good enough to kill himself. It just doesnít seem like a solution. Anyway, after going under anesthesia three times in 2012, I realized that to be anesthetized to death is by far the best way to do it, like Edward G. Robinson in Soylent Green. A lot of anesthesiologists kill themselves, more than any other profession, or so Iíve read. I asked an assistant anesthesiologist about this, and she was very forthcoming about people in her profession having the know-how and access to the right drugs to die peacefully whenever they want. It seems so unfair that we all donít have that advantage.
La Tristesse Durera Toujours                                  (The Sadness Lasts Forever ...)
-van Gogh.