Darling in the Franxx Vol.5 Kentaro Yabuki, Code:000 Comic by Shueisha
We don't have a gun problem. Americans are just super extra evil, crazy, and stupid.
You know, I'm getting really sick of this. I am a perfectly normal, fully functioning adult, and yet it seems like every other day someone tells me that I need to get professional psychiatric help and probably be put on some sort of medication. Well, if I'm so batty, then answer me this: Why do so many men have sex with me every week? Most people don't even know how to respond when I bring up that important little fact. Because what can you say in the face of such hard evidence of complete normalcy? Of course, I get the occasional "Gina, listen to me, you've got histrionic personality disorder and you have an excessive, self-destructive need for attention, negative or otherwise. If that's what you think, then how do you explain the men practically lined up around the block to hook up with me when I'm wearing next to nothing and dancing on a barroom pool table at three o'clock in the morning?
At this point, without willful ignorance or staunch denial or some super special cocktail of both, there is no way to dodge the reality of our country. The ship has sailed. We are here. Meanwhile, Trump attacks actors in misspelled tweets and the White House remains a revolving door of appointees and Antarctica is melting. Think about that. The hits just keep on coming, so, so fast. Every fucking day.
A gun is an inanimate object. It can’t do anything on its own.
If observing fellow humans is among your interests in life, then come ponder some of the great mysteries of the world with me for a couple of moments. But beware, I think I have found one explanation that covers most of the madness we witness on a day to day basis. For example, the motorist who decided the driver of a tractor-trailer semi was driving too fast and drove his SUV in front of the monster rig causing it to overturn, destroying the truck, endangering the lives of the driver, other motorists, himself and the cargo aboard the rig. There are more. I, too, have performed some less than Nobel Prize winning acts that I am not particularly proud of. I will not list them here as my children or grandchildren may be reading. What do I believe to be the cause of such profoundly uncivilized behavior?
I am constricted and stunted and introverted, and I get depressed. I know I am capable of so much more. I know that out of my full potential, I keep butting up against the eight percent mark. I can stay down here, or I can figure out a way to rise above such mental turmoil. By simply being yourself….
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