It’s like they think they scored some points against me by saying, “I’m not going to collaborate with you on x, or tell you y, because I don’t trust you.” They’re probably thinking mentally, “Oooooooooh, sick burn! I told him!”
Whatever; I don’t give a shit. I’m hopefully gonna be dead in a couple weeks anyway. Definitely, though, if you’re going to make a point of excluding me from stuff, it doesn’t really bolster your arguments about how “you shouldn’t kill yourself.” Not that it would’ve really affected my decision anyway.
Tom, your first mistake was being involved in Facebook at all; whatever went on there with you and your wife could’ve been done by anyone. Facebook makes you a huge target for frenemies who want to fuck you over. I’ve never really fucked you over in any important way, although I suspect you’re, like me, one of these guys who probably gets banned from forums a lot. Am I right?
So basically, you’re a fellow fuck-up, but this just goes to show that there’s no solidarity among fuck-ups. As for caamib, I don’t know what his deal is. Oh, he’s worried about my “erratic behavior.” Bitch, a lot of our social order is based around the human potential for “erratic behavior.” That’s what the emotion of anger is all about, for instance — impelling people to do stuff that might not be all that logical, if they weren’t all emotionally hyped up. Sometimes you have to be illogical to win.
Even in chess, sometimes you have to behave illogically. E.g., you might use some weird opening that your opponent is unfamiliar with, just to gain an advantage by flustering him. The opening might not even be all that sound, but that doesn’t really matter, if he doesn’t know how to deal with it.