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Posted 4/6/17

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There are other ways of capturing thrills other than waiting for natural disasters to happen. Music festivals, amusement parks, sky diving, sporting events, etc etc. Just gotta see what's out there.

As far as fighting goes, you could always join a martial arts school/class.


I dislike sports and music etc but I have been meaning to check out the latest anime and video game festivals other then that I will be joining a martial arts class again next year to help with my need to fight since I'm moving soon I don't want to join then leave one now
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Are you still honestly hung up about the loli porn just get over it. I feel like you need to figure out what your purpose in life is. If you have no purpose at all you're just wasted space. You can do a lot more than you think but you constantly hold yourself back. Soon you will be a grown ass adult spending his days in chat rooms and living off other people. You're obviously bored and looking for excitement. Nothing wrong with that but your psychologist was right you're way too preoccupied with fantasy.

I have never had the urge to become violent with anyone. I don't think violence solves anything but make matters worse. I can understand self-defense and fighting for your country but you're hoping for riots and floods, I mean come on.


Lmao mate you think that's what I'm talking about that's sad also cool you don't have that urge but some of us do have the urge to fight we should have the outlet to release it I feel.

I'm not hoping for floods I'm saying its that peaceful that floods are exciting then yeah there is a problem there if floods are exciting a tragedy shouldn't be exciting the only time it is is if there is a lack of anything else interesting

My purpose in life is to explore places that haven't been explored and fight but I can't do either of the things my life calls for so in left unfulfilled


I understand that last part but not everyone will be getting their dream job due to circumstances. I feel you don't have enough experience in doing much of anything to be able to determine that you will be left unfulfilled. Like I said, get out there and start figuring out other options. Usually people don't go to war saying, "I want to kill people". So it's a little odd you want to do those things but I'm not judging that hard. We don't always get what we want but making excuses won't change much.


true I'll need experience to do those things if they ever come into possibility (we colonise a new world maybe ) I know what I like I have worked over 10 jobs and tried hundreds of hobbies only gaming has left my satisfied in life other then what I truly want out of life.
Your right making excuses changes nothing but it is annoying having nothing your interested in doing.

What I want to do will most likely be possible in 60 years just not now so it's a wait and hope I guess


Joining martial arts is actually a really good idea. My friend was a black belt and they considered his fists to be lethal weapons by the army.
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Posted 4/6/17

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You could always try moving to some war ravaged country in the Middle East or Africa... I'm not sure how eager for violence you would be after a truly serious fight and you just end up in the hospital for months/years (or dead). It works in fantasy or fiction, since those guys have great recovery time or even resurrection/save points.

I very much enjoy having a quiet and peaceful life. "We are forced into 9-5 jobs working in cubicles with nothing to do just to go home and sleep then repeat with nothing more to do." That sounds pretty bleak, but on my case, I have plenty of things to do after work (sports, eating out, watching anime/movies, swimming, picnics, cycling, etc.)


You misunderstand me war is not what I want I want fights yes but war no you can fight without war
I hate how quiet life is I want an exciting fast paced chaotic life where I can also focus on my hobbies and fulfill my needs
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I noticed on movies the people that are constantly in Wars, strongly desire peace.. and now we're living in peaceful time, and we want swing our sword around -evil grins- ;p

I understand what you're saying, but to be honest I rather peaceful time.. Maybe I'm coward -shrugs- Since I've never train in Military. I keep trying to picture what if some attacker went after me or someone else next to me.. That I'll jump in to stop the attacker knowing that I'll get stab/shot and die by 99.99% :p -shrugs-

I think its Diabetes what did me in, since I can't even do warmup as much I like to.. I can't even do pushup.. and back than before I had diabetes I love bodybuilder and taking Martial art/Boxing class.. I get those feeling like i'm top of the world, with all that burst energies inside me.

I alway dream of a cure for Diabetes, I know that it can be manageable but it still won't let me go overboard in workout.. I love doing all day workout..I get pleasure feeling out of it. I guess I'm insane! :p

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no, i like a peaceful life in a peaceful non-dramatic society
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The 9-5 world isn't for everyone There are plenty of jobs or activities that can fill your life with some excitement. Joining the army, forest service, police, or fire department would probably get you some excitement. Others have suggested martial arts or other active hobbies like sports. Or maybe try writing and living vicariously through some fictional characters.
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Posted 4/6/17 , edited 4/6/17

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The 9-5 world isn't for everyone There are plenty of jobs or activities that can fill your life with some excitement. Joining the army, forest service, police, or fire department would probably get you some excitement. Others have suggested martial arts or other active hobbies like sports. Or maybe try writing and living vicariously through some fictional characters.


thought of the army once but my dislike of Soldiers and lack of fitness due to past depression (fixing this now) makes that impossible.

but martial arts is something im going for and im starting to write a bit more mostly human test subject stories about torture and human exploitation.

You have it right it's not a world for everyone but you are right there are things you can do...my only issue with the things other then writing is i live in a small farm town but next year i get to live in the big city.....so i can do shit like study martial arts once again
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If you want your life to be more exciting, go out there and live an exciting life. No one's stopping you. Don't blame society for not catering to your every whim or fantasy. If we lived in the kind of world you think you want to live in, you'd probably be dead by now.

And your "urge" to explore and fight are absolutely ridiculous. Your only urges are to sit behind your computer screen, watch anime, and bitch about your life on anime forums. If you had an urge to do anything else, you'd be doing it.
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Posted 4/6/17

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If you want your life to be more exciting, go out there and live an exciting life. No one's stopping you. Don't blame society for not catering to your every whim or fantasy. If we lived in the kind of world you think you want to live in, you'd probably be dead by now.

And your "urge" to explore and fight are absolutely ridiculous. Your only urges are to sit behind your computer screen, watch anime, and bitch about your life on anime forums. If you had an urge to do anything else, you'd be doing it.


Ok ill go out hunting even though it's against the law and when they ask why i own weapons and am hunting i will tell them DrunkKanti told me i could.

If i was dead i wouldn't mind if i died having fun and due to fighting for my life im happy.


Also it's not ridiculous i can to an extent fulfill my urge to explore from behind a screen where as i can't in real life as there is no where to explore that hasn't been explored or is filled with nothing interesting.

I have urges other then that but most of my urges i can't fulfill so i just bottle it up the whole "if you had urges you would go fulfill them" notion is fundamentally flawed as it assumes one can fulfill every urge they have.

My best bet for my urge to explore is in video games right now but maybe one day when i have the qualifications and we colonize other planets i will be able to fulfil it for real.

Exploring in a game is way more fulfilling then lets say going to a cave and exploring it irl or a city you have never been to..for one reason it has stuff you learn with friends knowledge that you can use maybe you find something out of the ordinary.

I have explored caves in real life back in grade 11 my class explored a cave system in a local mountain and honestly it was boring their was nothing of value to learn or get from that exploration which was the only reason whilst yes i did enjoy it, it paled in comparison.

Can you blame someone for doing the most fulfilling thing they can do?
Also i'm bitching because im sick of it honestly though as most people have said maybe i follow the rules and laws too much and should take the risk i dunno still debating on that whether its worth breaking the law just to have a fulfilling life in those regards.

There is one place i want to explore irl because people don't go there but again it's fucking illegal and anyone who goes there gets life in prison because it's "trespassing on sacred grounds" (though its understandable natives have a right to their land)

o/ but point is this life and society you can't get what you want and live your life to the fullest for some of us you have to make do with what you have.

I have videogames for exploration and i guess martial arts next year for fighting but still can a man not hope for more maybe a day where we reach another planet and we send people out to explore the surface and report back with discoveries of scientific value and interest.

That kind of thing is what makes my heart pound the idea of discovering something new call it weird if you like but you can't change how you are or your inner urges you are who you are whether you like it or not and that is reality
Posted 4/6/17
Ok don't take this to harsh but all your past threads are really depressing your view on life?
again just giving my opinion not sure what all you discuss with your pyschologist but you do need some
serious mental help or at the very least direction.
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Posted 4/6/17 , edited 4/6/17

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Ok don't take this to harsh but all your past threads are really depressing your view on life?
again just giving my opinion not sure what all you discuss with your pyschologist but you do need some
serious mental help or at the very least direction.


My mental health is fine according to multiple psychologists and I'm pretty sure they are more qualified to say so then people saying I need mental health

What's wrong with a depressing or harsh view of reality? Reality is depressing and cruel that's fact I used to see life as rainbow and butterflies but reality hit my hard a lot of people like to pretend everything is ok well I say that but that's a error in itself as what one sees as OK another might not

But still thanks for the suggestion even though I have seen enough psychs in my life due to taking people's "you need mental help" opinions seriously to know my mental health is mostly fine other then my dislike of society which is not really a mental health issue.


Edit: for some reason my reply seems like I'm being angry or annoyed but being too lazy to reword it I would like to say I'm actually glad people like you exist that have concerns for others that is very rare these days.
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