Disposable Ninja wrote:Holy pineapple you people are pieces of coconut. I was trying to be a pleasant little boy here, too. Nice and respectful, even.
Disposable Ninja wrote:Is it women's fault they're being harassed in STEM fields because their weak fragile emotions can't handle being harassed?
Yeaaaaaah. We're the pieces of shit.
Disposable Ninja wrote:It's also a very well known fact that if you fail to commit suicide you are still alive. It's pretty easy to attempt more often when you get multiple tries.
Both my best friend and his sister have had problems with depression. Thankfully, his depression has never yet gotten bad enough to actually attempt suicide but his suicide plan was to use multiple methods of suicide (including but not limited to gunshot to the head) to guarantee no chance of survival. His sister's attempt was an overdose of pills, which resulted in a trip to the hospital but no lasting damage that I'm aware of (unless bad taste in boyfriends is a side effect of an overdose of whatever she took).
Also, multiple tries at suicide has been to a decent extent debunked by the British Coal Gas story; there is a nontrivial amount of evidence showing that the harder it is to impulsively commit suicide, the fewer people do. Only 13% of nearly-fatal suicide attempts out of 153 survivors ages 13-35 were planned more than 8 hours in advance, with 70% only taking an hour between deciding to commit suicide and attempting to do so. Out of the 515 people who were thwarted from jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge between 1937 and 1971, only 6% ended up committing suicide. Two different survivors of jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge had the same thought after jumping: That they didn't actually want to die, but it was too late.