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posted by MaconMajr on - last edited - Viewed by 194 users

I don't care anymore.

I don't care about anything, about getting ReBoot back or becoming someone who started something and was well known for their dedication.

As far as I am concerned, let ReBoot rot. No one else cares to remember or want to see it finish anymore why should I?

:mad: Let Spongebob, Regular Show and Johnny Test continue to thrive. Their time will come soon enough.


And everything I like? Who remembers that stuff anyway from the posts I put?


Let everything just be as it is.

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  • Psychological. I can't mentally cope with it. I've been a phobia ridden person since I was a child. I used to be unable to go through my house or sit in the backseat of a car without feeling fear that something was going to get me. I was brave in some ways, but in others I was a cripple. Now I've graduated into more mature fears....namely all leading back to death. I take zoloft to regulate it, but it doesn't change my opinion of it all.

    Nothing has every gotten better in my life, as people seem to believe can. I just replaced my old problems with new ones.

    There is no form of afterlife or lack thereof that doesn't drive me into hysterical fear. The idea of a God, Heaven, and angels terrifies me. The idea of no God, no Heaven, and no angels terrifies me. The idea of nothingness terrifies me. The idea of collective consciousness terrifies me. The idea of reincarnation terrifies me. And it's my greatest fear, meaning I live my life moving closer and closer to the thing I'm most afraid of with no control over it and no concept of when I have to face it.

    Better, my ass.

    But in relation to your first post, OP, I fill my life with things to do because I need the distraction. I have a lot of battles with whether or not I should care since eventually I'll be gone and my work will too. The human race could be gone without a trace 2000 years from it's own extinction. Where's my life and work and memory then.

    People have some of the same interests as me, but nobody sees things the way I do or likes the things I like to the extent I do. I'm too eclectic to find good common ground with anyone. And so I end up regretting liking the things I like in the first place.

  • @Secret Fawful said: I highly doubt you'd end your life because things are tough.



    Ehhhhnn I wouldn't say that.

    That said, I was just trying to be supportive. The guy is passionate about a cause and that's a great thing. Sorry if it came off as anything but.

  • @Giant Tope said: I understand feeling like nobody else cares about something you care about deeply and it's okay to feel down. Just know that things will get better. The wonderful thing is that you have a passion for the show and nobody can take that from you. Please treasure that!



    Thank you. I will keep the programs I deem worthy close to my heart and let no one tell me differently.

    I'm sorry to all on this forum thinking I knew what was gold and what was trash. I can't change others opinions and that is the hard truth.

    Passion is a key motivational force

    That plus determination and strive to make a difference.

  • @Secret Fawful said: Psychological. I can't mentally cope with it. I've been a phobia ridden person since I was a child. I used to be unable to go through my house or sit in the backseat of a car without feeling fear that something was going to get me. I was brave in some ways, but in others I was a cripple. Now I've graduated into more mature fears....namely all leading back to death. I take zoloft to regulate it, but it doesn't change my opinion of it all.

    Nothing has every gotten better in my life, as people seem to believe can. I just replaced my old problems with new ones.

    There is no form of afterlife or lack thereof that doesn't drive me into hysterical fear. The idea of a God, Heaven, and angels terrifies me. The idea of no God, no Heaven, and no angels terrifies me. The idea of nothingness terrifies me. The idea of collective consciousness terrifies me. The idea of reincarnation terrifies me. And it's my greatest fear, meaning I live my life moving closer and closer to the thing I'm most afraid of with no control over it and no concept of when I have to face it.

    Better, my ass.

    But in relation to your first post, OP, I fill my life with things to do because I need the distraction. I have a lot of battles with whether or not I should care since eventually I'll be gone and my work will too. The human race could be gone without a trace 2000 years from it's own extinction. Where's my life and work and memory then.

    People have some of the same interests as me, but nobody sees things the way I do or likes the things I like to the extent I do. I'm too eclectic to find good common ground with anyone. And so I end up regretting liking the things I like in the first place.



    that kind of fear is normal and i use to feel that way. i only changed because of my sever obsession with truth with in the bible only to find out most of it was changed,that let to find the real truth delving into jewish faith re-understanding of the new testaments and finding out the sabbath was on saturday...from there i went deeper into the understanding of God and are relation to him, and it just goes further and further from there. at this point i know more of what heaven is like even though i have never been simply from all the research i have done. also there are 7 levels of heaven not just the one. which could mean there are other levels of earth either not yet created or we just haven't been told about yet. finding out what the angels really are and the reason God has catered to us more than any other creation out there. strangely now i'm just terrified of not dying. not from not seeing heaven but seeing everyone i've ever known and loved die while i continue to live. don't get me wrong i'm not suicidal its just something i feel from time to time.

  • The less religious key is: Don't worry, be happy.

    Expounding a little more on that, what I mean is that the key to not being scared about the future is to accept that bad things will happen that you cannot change, and if you cannot change them, there's no reason to dwell on them. Focus your energies on things you can do to make life better for yourself and for others.

    I grew up during the Cold War, when there was always a constant threat that the U.S. and U.S.S.R. would just annihilate each other at some point. We had a Doomsday Clock and everything. If you were always worried about that, though, you never got anything done. So most people just went about their lives, and if it all turned out to be a waste when we all died horrifically five minutes later, at least we'd have the satisfaction that we did what we thought was best and right.

  • Or you could just go my route and start a skull collection. Then when you wake up every morning, you can literally stare your own mortality in the face before going about your day.

    You know, that actually might be scarier for some people.

  • @Alcoremortis said: Or you could just go my route and start a skull collection. Then when you wake up every morning, you can literally stare your own mortality in the face before going about your day.

    You know, that actually might be scarier for some people.



    That is actually the sort of thing that comforts me.

  • @Secret Fawful said: That is actually the sort of thing that comforts me.



    I'll send you a skull or two.

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