Gonna try to nap for a bit and then start studying again.
Stuck in the gym because tornadoooo. Ugh. 104/365 #365 #ucf #fuckkkk (at UCF Recreation and Wellness Center)
Fyeah! Free ticket to Islands of Adventure! :3 98/365 #365 #ucf #knights #radical (at UCF Student Union)
Never, ever, ever ask people to take classes with you or if you know someone in the same class, pretend you don’t and sit far way from them.
At Seth Meyers with my main bitches. 84/365 #365 #ucf @arahmanparast @hellodavia @rpc94 (at UCF Arena)
Some girl posted this on the UCF tag and I am outraged.
Yes, this guy clearly had some crazy plan and it could’ve gone so much worse, but HOW, How can you sit here and say that you were GLAD that he killed himself. How can you take enjoyment on someone ending their own life?
This whole topic outrages me, because no one knew this guy and they all made all these assumptions about him. In every one of my classes, people have made comments about how he was a freak or he was “creepy” or had no soul. But not once have I heard someone dare to ask if he had issues or something transcending their concocted views of him. Maybe he wasn’t enrolled in classes this semester because he couldn’t afford it, or maybe he wasn’t in a good state of mind to take classes. You know why ask myself this? BECAUSE I’VE BEEN THERE. I have financial issues, I have all sorts of things going on in my head. Yes, I know the way he was handling it was not right, but everyone is just so quick to judge and to just point fingers. He clearly knew That what he was gonna do was wrong and instead he ended his own life. He was a human. He had worth.
We all know this could’ve been a horrific tragedy, but so many of you are just able to judge this man with no remorse and with no regards to his state of being.
I am glad that no one else died or was even injured, but I mourn this man, because none of you have had the consideration to do so.