|Adham Nu'man |
STARE INTO THE EYES OF A KILLER
|Jack Jammer |
So that's why he couldn't get laid...
hes on his way to return some video tapes
Some people feel that giving attention to mass murderers encourages more mass murderers, but I'd like to think that the knowledge that internet communities are going to dig up your most embarrassing internet activity and mock you serves as a deterrent.
One surefire way to die a virgin is to go on a murder suicide rampage because you're angry about being a virgin.
Or: One surefire way to die a virgin is you're angry at women about being a virgin.
|Jack Dalton |
I'm having a hard time watching the narcissistic rantings of a mass murderer while knowing that kind of fascination and repulsion is exactly what he wanted. I know this is portal of evil--and this is truly the epitome of evil-- but does anyone else feel uncomfortable reconciling the desire to look into the mind of a killer, knowing full well that was part of his plan?
The Great Hippo
I get what you're saying, but keep in mind, this guy was an emotionally stunted child: You really shouldn't determine your course of action based on what he did and didn't plan.
... And I get that. It's a question I pose based on my own reaction to what I see. I don't intend it to be a commentary on the how other people here view these videos-- I think we can take different things from it... Some might even be constructive.
My rule of the thumb in these situations is: as long as you aren't masturbating to it, it's cool.
This is NOT Mitt Romney, inaccurate title.
|infinite zest |
Interesting. I made a comparison to "Less Than Zero's" protagonist yesterday about privileged kids who don't give a fuck, and why I kind of understand Clay's situation, just driving away from some really fucked up LA shit rich kids do in his fancy car. Patrick Bateman comes from the same mind but there's a lot of comparisons. I actually just figured they were the same person. Bateman being the logical conclusion.. I dunno.
This guy thinks is hip to be square.
|The New Meat |
His manifesto is a goldmine of manbaby entitlement, but my favorite part is when Elliot received a “fabulous Armani exchange shirt” and “Gucci sunglasses” from his mother, which gave him the confidence that he would “appear as a superior gentlemen” to his fellow UC Santa Barbara students. His hopes were dashed when he appeared for his first class in his new duds: “I waited until everyone was seated before I walked in. I came in through the front entracnce so that everyone could look at my fabulous self. To my utter dismay, I saw that no one turned their head to look at me. No girl tilted a head or lifted a pretty eyebrow at my approach. After all that effort, I was still being treated like I was invisible.”
This video is the perfect accompaniment.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Wow, look at that hero. Truly a stunning example of humanity.
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