My life is bullshit

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    1. You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake

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    2. This is on the edge of the river, isn’t it?

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    3. Do I have to be emo to figure this one out?

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    4. who is this guy I want to meet him, cause I dont have any of that shit. Its always amusing to me when people get all disgusted with consumerism, it really exposes how proundly middle class they are and how out of touch they are. Because then they meet someone who has not been hooked on consumerism because they have never had any fucking money to begin with.

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    5. If you’re busy stencilling graffiti, I highly doubt you have a high paying job, a plasma tv, a new car, etc.
      What this really amounts to is some jealous prick who doesn’t have those things, trying to convince those of us who do, that we’re doing something wrong. That is, of course, bullshit.

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      • Dude, most people with large TV’s are working class. The bigger the TV the poorer the people. OK maybe I made that up but my brother is a security guard and he has a 60″ Plasma TV. Most people buy things by getting into debt these days. No-one can truly ‘afford’ that new car or new TV but they over-stretch their budget so they can have the appearance of being well-off. This is a problem for a lot of people as we have recently seen with all this bad debt bullshit. I own a £500 car which is totally shit but is perfectly reliable and runs on diesel. It does crazy mileage. I have £10,000 in the bank which is going towards a new business. I really dont give a damn what people think about my crappy little car at the moment, I am being sensible with my money.

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    6. The Meaning of life:

      Life is what you make it.
      Everyone else is nuts, just get out of their way.
      Just get involved is something and lose yourself within if you must.
      Truth is ugly, sad, and best left alone.
      You’ll be dead soon anyways.

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      • No, no.

        It’s nothing very special.

        Try and be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations.

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        • Haha this is so sweet. The avoid eating fat bit seems a little out of place. Fat is ok, we do need some, what we could live perfectly without is sugar. Everything else you said I agree with as much as I agree with what Goethe said. It was something like, try to read a good poem, look at marvellous art and speak a few sensible words every day. He may have also said something about drinking wine.

          I also agree with the poster, this is why I shy away from owning anything that is too big for me to carry if I wanted to leave the place I’m at. That includes debts. Sometimes I do dream of being able to drive and owning a nice car but when I think of the faces of friends’ when they lost theirs and most of their wealth with it, it really isn’t worth it. I know many people are forced to own cars, it’s just the most obvious item since the people where I’m from don’t need them but still own loads. Oh and Jewellery, at least the kind that is considered expensive only because it’s rare, I find the idea of owning such revolting and primitive, I still need to get rid of all the gold I inherited. And before anyone points a finger at me for owning a computer, the only thing that has immeasurable value to me is knowledge, to miss out on such a powerful weapon like the Internet would be a grave mistake. I own more books through my computer than my local library ever had.

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        • Fool. What is best in life? To crush your enemies, see them driven before you and hear the lamentations of their women.

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    7. Remember when going to work consisted of waking up at the crack of dawn, getting your buds together, and wandering around looking for something to eat? The possibility of not finding anything quite high? Or worse, when you do find something, it kills your friend before the rest of you bring it down?

      I don’t either. Stop complaining, start being happy with how amazing you have it.

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      • I resent this kind of attitude. It implies that we should be happy with the status quo and not strive to better ourselves. What’s wrong with wanting things to be even better than they are now?

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        • You’re both right….
          One of you is going to march for better treatment…
          The other is going to enjoy the benefits…
          Your move….

          I’m over forty, I’m going to enjoy what little time I have left.

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        • There’s a big difference between ambition and disgust.

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          • Exactly. I never said “Don’t strive for better, everything is great the way it is, be a lazy fuck.”

            I said “Take a good look at what you have compared to what it could be/was before you call it all bullshit.”

            There are people alive right now who would commit murder for the kind of lifestyle many of us take for granted. Consider that before you resent yourself for something as trivial as buying a television.

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