posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 08:10 PM
a reply to: cadoangelus
I agree nobody would know who is capable of such a thing in a club but we're probably almost all capable under the right circumstances. The right
circumstances are alienation, frustration, and a desperate goal you think you can get to.
You get a few pints and some familiarity and almost nobody is still capable, and for those who do remain capable, it probably would have helped if
drinks and introductions had come earlier.
Assume nothing of no one. Know yourself and your immediate surroundings, guage possibilities and position yourself prudently and react as things
unfold. Whether what's next is a lack of common decency to hold a door or wait ones turn, a suicide bombing, or the most unlikely fortuitous meeting
of your life, this advice improves your situation.
But don't let it make you too serious either. Most things go nowhere. The flying cars and the nuclear war that I was supposed to grow up with, nada.
The mongol invasion of europe- nada, they just turned back for home without being checked for their own reasons and a bit of luck. The list could go
on all day.
And supppse I'm wrong. Suppose it's red alert, world war 3 tomorrow at sunrise for sure. Are you really gonna spend the very last night in the old
life that you'll always miss despairing for what hasn't happened yet? I'd have a drink and try to bed an Arab girl in that situation personally.
Start the apocalypse with a hangover and let the first shot take you off guard- how much worse than your worst fears could that possibly make things