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Re: A Question for Herr Hauser and Senor Raul
« Reply #975 on: November 10, 2021, 05:03:47 am »
Holden,

Once again thank you for your words and the video where Bakunin meets Marx.

I agree with you. The chemicals that Lafargue used to inject himself and his wife are not easily available. Nowadays from what I hear some people prefer to jump off from buildings or bridges.

Sometimes I forget that the board automatically censors some words. Pfizer manufactured vviagra in the late 1990s. I am sure some of your colleagues take it.

I suffer from panic attacks from time to time. I cannot endure closed spaces either.

On the issue of college education in this country, yes, it is expensive and some careers do not allow students to work. If you want to study medicine you will study only if you have parents or relatives supporting you during the 6 years that take to complete the career. If you pursue a career in the army or the police, thatīs a different story. However I remember last year the police academy rejected students who did not have the necessary height.

As you know behind every pleasure, every beauty, every bliss, tragedy, the massacre, the horror are lurking. So happiness is out of the question. Some say that we must avoid vanity because our fate was written with a stick on the surface of water. All of us will vanish.

Parents love you, you hear them say, but we are brought into this world full of violence, pain, death, diseases, misery,pollution,depression, anxiety, etc. It is a hellish love.

In the late 1990s I watched a movie with Nicholas Gage and Meg Ryan called City of Angels.It is a romantic film where Cage plays an angel, Seth, and falls in love with an earthly woman, Ryan, Dr.Maggie Rice, and wishes to become a human in order to be with her.

In short, it is the story of the so-called fallen angels who copulated with women on Earth. So Seth jumps from a skyscraper and experiences everything that humans feel and sense. Later Maggie dies when riding a bicycle a truck kills her.

I say that Seth deserved that punishment for leaving heaven and become a human being. Our human condition is wretched. Were the fallen angels bored with so much happiness?

Stay safe.