posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 10:42 AM
Not to downplay the trajety of the story presented, and my condolences for the departed and those close to the family,
but as I read through this thread, a handfull of replies seemed to refer to their mental states as if contemplating suicide, as well as using this
site as a catalyst.
Now, reading between the lines, I submit that some posts are intended to draw on peoples emotion and get them to use this forum as some sort of
confessional, or alternatively, that this is actually a setup by trolls concocting that ATS is a problem, maybe to further the agenda of certain
groups senselessly uttering that conspiracy theorists are psychotic and sites such as ATS are breeding grounds of tragic consequence.
I'm just going to say that the reality of it is, this site has no authority over psyche or mental state, and as tragic as this story is, the drama
generated in response, at least in some percentage, is like a Jerry Springer segment rather than reality or fact.
It's like saying people are going crazy because of ATS.
Come on now, there is a huge difference between an emotional story and psychological disfunction.
I know deeply the emotion of survivors regret, but I am not some heaven's gate cult zombie.
Give me a break. If someone said "my friend did it after listening to a Black Sabbath song",
most would think it a ploy of drama rather than a break from reality.
That's all I have gotten so far from this thread. A drama unfolding by those who wish to tie sites like this to causing insanity. Nexy thing you
know, ATS will be a cause of carbon emissions that is destroying the world.
That's so much crap, I know I'll find a shetland pony in here somewhere.
More credible is that "Yes we can" backwards says "Thank you satan".
Does this mean that a certain campain has caused a hive-mind of satan worshipers?
Of course it does, doesn't it?
[edit on 17-7-2010 by imd12c4funn]