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CLICK HERE to read up on and donate to a very worthwhile cause!

The Suicide Prevention Action Network U.S.A. is doing great work. Please support them!

And, if you just need someone to talk to, please call 1-800-273-TALK.

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  1. zombiezgrl says – reply to this


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    Re: Dappa
    88 is just a piece of the pop. pie, my friend. Add that to the 37,000 + abortions (per day), the earthquake in CHINA, and 46,000 other deaths worldwide, DAILY
    (source: Poodwaddle.com) and you have quite a lot of population control going on. Don't be pissed at me, I don't control anything. Oh, and if I am on my deathbed,
    I'm ready to go. I've lived a great life, been a good citizen, made people smile, and repopulated. I quell pain, not death. Yes, QUELL. Look it up.

  2. jill says – reply to this


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    Perez, thank you for having this on here! It really touches my heart as I have lost to many loved ones to suicide and it is really something that everyone needs to be more aware of. And all the people talking shit are ignorant to the pain that suicide causes in the lives of those that love someone that doesn't love themselves. There needs to be more awareness. 88 people a day is an epidemic! May is mental health month.

  3. It's okay to show compassion says – reply to this


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    Re: ksmurferRe: ksmurfer
    And your mother became a Psychologist??

  4. SOYLENT GREEN says – reply to this


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    Imagine that. 88 people a day. If they are all welfare bums imagine what that would do to decrease all the millions upon millions of dollars those of us who keep gainful employment have to pay to keep those worthless pieces of crap? Imagine if we could boost the daily figure to , oh say 150!

    Yum Yum, Soylent Green

  5. Haters are Zombies says – reply to this


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    [re=2196683]Re: zombiezgrl[/re Well, you just showed your true colors delusional. Zombie is appropitate for you. You made people smile? You were a good citizen? I know, I know. I can tell by your comments on this board. You ARE a good citizen! Hmmm…talk about wanting to kick people while their down. Your family will be so proud. Someone really taught you well. But, oh, wait…You made people smile!!! Yeah, your right. I am smiling now. Now, come back at me with all your self absorbed hate. Your good at that. That's your talent. Your a joke. um…Zombie

  6. NT says – reply to this


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    I know what its like to be suicidal ( I am borderline and have had a depression since 13 yrs old now im almost 22) and I had family members who tried to commit suicide and theres nothing more hurtful than the tought of losing someone you really love because of a suicide. So please, support this cause or at least, try to have an open mind and try to understand suicidal people. And you know, suicidal ppl don't really want to die, they want the pain to stop.

  7. Suicide is almost always on my mind says – reply to this


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    This is in no way ment to be disrespectful, except I noticed by reading others and no by my own experience that I always think about killing myself because other people have hurt me and theres no one in my life to help me. I mean help me, with maintenance on my house, my car and my bills. If Suicide Prevention Action Network U.S.A. would consider helping people financially or help people locate the organizations that can help them financially or just help them with the things they need that would be one of the most glorious things they can do. Not just help on the phone, except help with the things they need to do.

  8. Jami says – reply to this


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    My brother & best friend killed himself on January 26, 2008. Fuck all of you who say it's population control, or that they are 88 people who never asked to be born. People who end their own lives suffer from horrible depression, low self worth and complete and pure desperation. Imagine how they feel in those final moments. Imagine what they are thinking whey the put the rope around their neck, the muzzle to their temple or the pills in their mouth.

    Have some fucking compassion and humanity you worthless pieces of shit.

    Like Lucy said, if someone close to you died this way, you would feel differently. I would never EVER wish that on anyone, but just imagine…

  9. Reb says – reply to this


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    I went through their website trying to figure out what my money would do, and nowhere does it say what they do with the money. It talks about survivors, blah blah blah, but where does the money go? to develop the website?

  10. Jami says – reply to this


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    Survivors blah blah blah blah?? F you Reb. I am a survivor. This is the most excruciating pain I have ever endured in my entire life. SPAN works to PREVENT it from happening again to someone else by offering help to those who are considering suicide. Do you need further explanation??? Either you give money, or you don't. But SERIOUSLY, what the FUCK is gained by you badmouthing the organization?

    I just don't understand how people can be so completely heartless, really.

  11. Dana says – reply to this


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    How do you even get off making your living on picking apart and talking shit about every part of these people's lives and then put up a link to a suicide prevention group? Does that make it all feel ok for you? …Because it's not.

  12. believer says – reply to this


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    Re: Suicide is almost always on my mind – I know what it feels like to be overwhelmed with life. I was divorced (he never saw the kids), both my parents died within 14 mos. of each other, I became disabled and lost my job. I had the kids and a house to take care of. My daughter attempted suicide. The list goes on. I found help through my church. A lot of youth groups do in city mission projects. Call around and see. Try your city programs also. It got better for me, I hope that it will for you too. You're important. You matter. You are loved. I will pray for you. Please don't take your life. Better times may be just around the corner. God Bless you.

  13. Lizz says – reply to this


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    Hey Perez, thanks for putting up something for Suicide Prevention. The haters don't realize how horrible it is have someone take his / her own life and may have never felt so depressed either.

  14. BrokeASSNiGGA says – reply to this


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    As someone who thinks about committing suicide daily the only help I ask for is that people start acting like human beings. On my worst days people are assholes and douchebags toward me and that makes me want to not be on the same planet as them. What I've found is that on 9/11 people treated each other as they would want to be treated. People became human again and showed each other kindness that entire week. After that week was over it was business as usual. To prevent future suicide we need a 9/11 to happen every day. We need someone to kill a bunch of people in the name of GOD to frighten us into realizing the simpler things in life. We need to remind each of ourselves of the finite so that we may treat each other better. Pathetic, isn't it?

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