Mar 29th 2011 9:06AM This is ludicrious.... Facebook Depression? Do these people realize there are real and severe mental illnesses out there that effect beyond millions of americans? And that some have little treatment as they are not understoiod well yet? Why are we not spending this "funding" oin real problems again?
Every days millions of children are hpysically, sexually, and emotioinal;ly abused. The things abuse, neglect, and other trauma a child may be subjected to, have a deep and lasting impact on the mind... These are the kids who need help and that we should be looking for, not the little emo girl who's upset because her "bestie" on facebook has so many buddies and get to go places all thew time.
Parents : send your kids outside or have them get out once in awhile. It would help with the obesity thing too...
Jan 18th 2011 6:19AM Attention aristocrats and celebrities:
*clears throat* NO ONE CARES IF YOUR FEELINGS ARE HURT! This is the real world, and in the real world, if you put yourself out there, you will be criticized. If only people cared this much about civil rights and laws that contridict the constitution -_-
Nov 6th 2010 4:15PM I belive it is *multiplies
It really is sad, why should you care what this person does with their life?
Does it affect you? Is it hurting anyone? NO Get over it. You and the bible-thumpers who seem to feel the need to spout their opinions.
Nov 6th 2010 2:58AM Are you done spouting religious nonsense?
Here's a fun little history lesson about christianity:
Durring the middle ages, leaders in the catholic church sat down, men who have supposedly never had sex mind you, and decided to list all things of a sexual nature that could be considered a sin in the eyes of their god.
As it turns out, anything but sex between a man and a woman, in missionary, and only for procreation, was labeled sodomy. So if you've ever had sex in any other way, you're a sinner too.
Think about that
Nov 6th 2010 2:49AM You want to know what's really sad? Your inability and refusal to accept and try to understand something that you know nothing about.
Nov 6th 2010 2:45AM What right does anyone have to tell him how he should "feel"? If you find it immoral, offensive, or disturbing, here's a little tip : keep your mouth SHUT and go read about/watch something else. It is similar for those who have a particular mental disorder, Multiple personality Disorder, or as its now called Dissociative Identity disorder. They have to hide, society sees them as freaks. I should know, we are one of them. Notice I use "we" though on the outside we look like one person. We are a we inside, and should not be rediculed anymore than this brave young person. If People would try to understand instead of screaming bloody mary about issues new to them, or that they don't know much about, we'd all be better off.
Oct 4th 2010 5:15PM Are you serious??? There are not many women out there who will turn down oral... Most of us wish guys would do it more or learn HOW to do it!
Oct 4th 2010 5:06PM The sterotype that peer pressure is what makes kids use is overplayed... Most people i knew, have known, do know, etc, started for far different reasons. I'm one of them, peer pressure and populaity were NEVER a factor. I started using because of mental health issues, I wanted to use. No one pressured me, I jumped at the first chance I got. I think they need to do more research. Depression and other "invisible illnesses", as well as coming from a broken home, play a large role in why a lot of teens turn to substances. Just to make it clear, I was never popular, I was always an outcast. That had nothing to do with my drug-use.
Oct 30th 2009 1:01PM I'm not a fan of horror or slasher filns, but you can't top halloween. No magic, no curses, nothing supernatural, just a psychopath on the rampage. This movie makes me jump if i watch it alone, especially in the dark. I end up paranoid once its over, and I'm not easily spooked. It belongs at number one, no other horror movie gets to me like that.
Oct 15th 2009 8:42PM I find this whole thing rediculous. Yes, there is paranormal activity out there, its real. There are even tv shows dedicated to it. But I have never been creeped out by this, not even when it was happening in my own apartment. The last place my boyfriend and I lived was an apartment building that used to be a house, at least early 20th century in age. It most likely belonged to an overseerer of the coal mines. I didn't know anything about the area, I had just moved there. I started hearing some one moving around the apartment durring the day when my bf was at work. Then, I started seeing or hearing things i took to be some effort to communicate. NONE of this was creepy, not even when i actually started feeling the prescence or seeing him out of the corner of my eye frequently. Most paranormal activity isn't malicious or anywhere close to dangerous. I did tell my bf what i had been seeing, hearing, etc, and he told me somethings about the area that went right along with my experiences. I was never afraid, but it was very sad. If people want to see paranormal activity, they should take a trip to wavery hills sanitarium. Its quite real there, and no, the people who have gone to investigate were not attacked or told to "get out" by some creepy voice.
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