ColdRedRain a long time member of this board and my myspace friend is having a really difficult time and is considering suicide. He needs us now more than ever. Please read his blog below.
The Last Hurrah!
Hey everybody, you're wondering why I feel as though how I feel. It's not because of some failed romantic venture, despite the claims of one of the readers of this note.
But in the grand scale of all things, you're really a nothing and I've met thousands of women like you. You're no different.
The reason why I feel as though I feel in life is because I'm not equipped to live a normal life. Some people are meant to go on in life. I'm ill equipped to go on. In the great race of life, everybody has a sports car. I was born with a Geo Metro.
Asperger's is a bitch. That's why I say donate to the Asperger's Foundation if you really do care about me.
I also know another thing too. David can't fight Goliath. For a long time, I've been fighting the "truth". I can't do it anymore. They have too many brainwashed people fighting for them and they don't even know why they're fighting for them. Nobody in that religion knows why they defend it. Only because it's custom and they know of nothing else.
That's why I've had if best, strained relations with my family and certain "friends" whose friendship depends on my attendance and belief in a religion that makes the peculiar claim of knowing the truth about a book that says that donkeys talk, global rainstorms exist and how men walked on water. They say that the man who walked on water came invisibly in 1914 after expecting him to come to earth in the flesh.
You're seen as somebody that shouldn't be associated with if you believe that this book is the collection of horseshit that it is, and their interpretation adds to that horseshit.
And at last, some will say when referring to me, that I died in the summer of 2006. That's wrong. I truly died in the autumn of 2003, the day that my father died.
I do not want any Jehovah's Witness speakers at my funeral. JW's are very welcome to attend, as many have been my friends over the years, but I want to make it clear, that you WILL NOT try to proselytize to the attendees of my funeral. Do not hand out brochures, do not try to read bible verses nor even discuss any religious matters to anybody at my funeral. This funeral is to help those that love me grieve over my loss, not a platform to push your religion like you did at my dad's funeral.
If you do try to do this, my caretakers (I request them to be [edited by request] and [edited by request]) at my funeral to ask you to leave.
I love all of those who will miss me.
With best wishes