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26 November 2004 @ 08:09 pm
 
i don't normally do these, let alone post them, but oh this one is just perfect *beams*

      
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when i was in england, alex_faerie & i watched Heavenly Creatures and the ending disturbed me; so reading about this girl, smchyrocky having her mother murdered just blows my mind. she seems like such a normal girl in her livejournal -- which only goes to show that you really have no idea who the heck is on the other side and what people are really like.

the idea of hiring hitmen to hire her mother just seems impossible. i can't understand it at all, and it disturbs me even more than Heavenly Creatures did. and that was a true story as well.

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all of you who are talking about thanksgiving are making me HUNGRY, damnit. lol.

and now, in the immortal words of Ice Age...



stonehenge

october 20, 2004

 
 
 
the movement of a handarienette on November 26th, 2004 10:34 am (UTC)
That is incredibly fucking creepy.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 26th, 2004 10:58 am (UTC)
isn't it? *shudders*
ontheseams on November 26th, 2004 11:13 am (UTC)
which only goes to show that you really have no idea who the heck is on the other side and what people are really like.
I don't quite agree. I mean, I don't think this has anything to do with the Internet. For all you know people you know (vaguely) in the 'offline world' could be mentally disturbed as well without you being aware of it.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 26th, 2004 12:15 pm (UTC)
yes true; that comment really applies to anyone, i suppose. like when you read stories in the paper of people that you used to know or something, or when a workmate or classmate goes on a shooting spree or something. you just don't expect it.
get wired to strike through mesubtexts on November 26th, 2004 12:19 pm (UTC)
Often it is difficult to know what people are really like even in real life.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 26th, 2004 12:56 pm (UTC)
definitely.
this is not me..xbrokenx on November 26th, 2004 01:45 pm (UTC)
bizarre..
b.: eyelinerbellbottom on November 26th, 2004 01:47 pm (UTC)
stonehenge is dreamy. lovely photo, mate.
Cassie: elijahhandcuffs on November 26th, 2004 02:37 pm (UTC)
i hope she gets the help that she so obviously needs. it's hard to judge a person's life just based on her Livejournal...there might have been more there than we see. I think it's just incredibly sad.

But pretty Stonehenge picture makes me feel better, yay! <3!
linda: sadfragilehearted on November 26th, 2004 04:22 pm (UTC)
you know what makes ME really sad? the first entry has like, more than 100 comments, people writing mostly hateful things, but i read entries saying something like "i dont know if anyone reads this anymore"...it's the people who are alone who do these kinds of things. remember columbine? those kids got picked on & were outcasts in school. why can't we figure it out to stop this from happening? why can't we actually just start being NICE to one another? (i wrote an entry about columbine after it happened. i got serious shit at the time for having something like that in my journal, back when people used to read my journal at fh.com. the entry is still there. haha, & i just read it...my, how my writing has & hasn't changed!)

& for the record, i AM the type of person who would go crazy & kill classmates...or my horrible abusive father. or rather, i used to be. in high school, i was the outcast who had no friends. fortunately, i am too much of a perfectionist to ever murder someone. not to scare you jade, or anything. i don't want you to think i'm a monster. i'm not going to kill my father, or i would have back in high school when he was still beating me...i am an example of what happens when a person has friends & support, which i first got thru the net & now have in real life as well. i honestly don't know what i would have done if i were still as alone today as i was in high school. i hope i'm never that alone again.

(you can screen this comment or delete it if it offends you. & if it does, i'm truly sorry. but i couldn't just not say anything.)
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 27th, 2004 12:14 am (UTC)
*hugsyou*
you never offend me Linda, honestly. i love how you are honest.
and you know, you are right. it IS the quiet, lonely ones who explode like this. i really did think of Columbine after i read about this yesterday, and how those 2 boys were treated as such outcasts. not that that ever makes it RIGHT to do something like this, but you are right, the problem goes way beyond just the individual being "messed up" or whatever it is people are saying. it's not something that exists in a nutshell.

i'd never think you were a monster. i understand where you are coming from. and there is such a huge difference between thinking something and actually doing it.

xxx
melymbrosiapalefire on November 27th, 2004 12:40 am (UTC)
you know what makes ME really sad? the first entry has like, more than 100 comments, people writing mostly hateful things, but i read entries saying something like "i dont know if anyone reads this anymore"...it's the people who are alone who do these kinds of things. remember columbine? those kids got picked on & were outcasts in school.

Pardon me for butting in, but it really didn't seem like she was at all similar to the kids who killed their classmates at Columbine. She was involved in choir, volleyball, and an honors student, and from the picture journal of hers posted at ljdrama.org it seems like she had a normal amount of friends/acquaintances. She was also always going on trips, shopping, and being socially active at her school. Alternately, the Columbine kids weren't involved in any extracirricular activities, especially not sports, the activity of "popular" people. I gather that the alienation she was feeling was not at the level of the Columbine kids because she wasn't an outcast, just a normal hormonal teenager... it seems like someone who was truly an outcast wouldn't participate in social activities like that.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 27th, 2004 01:01 am (UTC)
maybe she felt inside that she didn't fit in. i did a lot of extra stuff in uni and i always felt like i didn't fit, i stil felt lonely at times and just- argh. but i do understand what you are saying marnie :)

and not that the above EVER gives anyone a reason to have someone murder yr mother. :X

it is really just so hard to fathom.
melymbrosiapalefire on November 27th, 2004 07:41 am (UTC)
Yeah, I can see that too. I guess feeling out-of-place can happen whether you're involved in a lot of things or not. Often I feel depressed when I'm busy because it feels like I'm doing so much that I can't really take a breath air and actually FIND myself.

The comment page over there is like 400 comments now... I remember seeing it when it was only 30. People are really involved, it's so strange.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 27th, 2004 08:24 am (UTC)
i know ! when i first saw the page, it was up to 28 comments. it's insane. people love getting in on the action... well, look at us ;)
^^
keeping the stars apartnonsensical_fae on November 26th, 2004 06:14 pm (UTC)
that is seriously bizarre...
stone henge looks beautiful
.gauloise on November 26th, 2004 06:34 pm (UTC)
oh my god, she had her mother murdered?
that just freaks me out so much!
?starlakitty on November 28th, 2004 04:36 pm (UTC)
i know how you feel about people being weird without you knowing it. my neighbor when i was really young tried to sexually molest a girl at the local catholic high school. he posed as a construction worker and said she needed to move her car. i read about it in the paper...and i was like, "oh my gosh...i used to play video games at this guy's house when i was eight years old!" it was a very creepy feeling.
    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on November 29th, 2004 09:54 am (UTC)
wow... that would definitely be creepy to find out like that :X