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2010-11-10 09:53:26 AM  
Atheist viewpoint.
 
2010-11-10 09:53:41 AM  
Bud Dwyer approves
 
2010-11-10 09:54:03 AM  
The last thread about something like this produced a huge flamewar. I'd just like to say, again, that if a Farker was trying to do something like this, we'd attempt to help, NOT cheer him on.
 
2010-11-10 09:54:44 AM  
subby, nor will you have the opportunity for a Tosh.0 web redemption..
 
2010-11-10 09:55:44 AM  
Were his last words "I told u I was hardcore"?
 
2010-11-10 09:55:52 AM  
after heated exchanges with online users who dared him to kill himself,

It was a double dog dare. He had no choice.
 
2010-11-10 09:56:38 AM  
Dammit 4Chan, you've gone too far once again.
 
2010-11-10 09:58:09 AM  
scavenger: after heated exchanges with online users who dared him to kill himself,

It was a double dog dare. He had no choice.


I wanted to make the joke but I couldn't bring myself to do it. Someone should have double dog dared me.
 
2010-11-10 09:59:40 AM  
Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.
 
2010-11-10 10:01:35 AM  
an img1.fark.net
 
2010-11-10 10:01:35 AM  
Meh, he was just hanging around the house anyway.
 
2010-11-10 10:02:00 AM  
scavenger: after heated exchanges with online users who dared him to kill himself,

It was a double dog dare. He had no choice.


Almost made me spit out my cereal.

How did he do it?
 
2010-11-10 10:02:01 AM  
He got roped into it.
 
2010-11-10 10:02:47 AM  
It was on the 6:00 noose.
 
2010-11-10 10:05:05 AM  
I wonder how many of those people encouraging him to do it were /b/tards... and how many of them used this little meme:

i249.photobucket.com
 
2010-11-10 10:05:29 AM  
Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.


Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"
 
2010-11-10 10:05:32 AM  
Why wasn't the source put as "an" with the hero tag?
 
2010-11-10 10:06:15 AM  
Is the said footage available somewhere for my viewing pleasure..?
 
2010-11-10 10:08:14 AM  
Karojisatsu!
 
2010-11-10 10:10:44 AM  
Jonathan Hohensee: Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.

Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"


That was oddly riveting.
 
2010-11-10 10:12:17 AM  
Suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems

/it's always sad when it happens
 
2010-11-10 10:13:17 AM  
It's Japan, so they would have been 2channers, not 4channers.

/the more you know
 
2010-11-10 10:13:58 AM  
Jonathan Hohensee: Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.

Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"


Now feel strange inside and I don't know if it's a good strange or a bad strange.
 
2010-11-10 10:15:43 AM  
Barfmaker: Jonathan Hohensee: Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.

Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"

That was oddly riveting.


I wish people cared enough about me to write short stories about my posts...
 
2010-11-10 10:20:27 AM  
media.nj.com

After he wrote, 'jumping off the gw bridge sorry' he pretty much had to, didn't he?

/also very sad
 
2010-11-10 10:22:48 AM  
I've come across several people online who pulled the whole "I'm going to go kill myself now" and made a big production of it. (Drama! Drama! Drama!) And you know what? I told them to do it. For two reasons. Most people aren't going to make that big of production over killing themselves like that -- especially online. If anything, they are just going through the motions for the attention and nothing more. Secondly, if they do follow through with it, well I consider it a good case of thinning the herd.
 
2010-11-10 10:38:58 AM  
Subby: The bad thing about broadcasting your suicide live on the web is you'll never know how many views you got

The good thing is you'll never have to read the comments.
 
2010-11-10 10:40:52 AM  
"You're not killing yourself, you're killing the world."
 
2010-11-10 10:42:21 AM  
Watashi ga anata ni itta watashi wa hādokoa!
 
2010-11-10 10:46:11 AM  
t1.gstatic.com
 
2010-11-10 10:47:19 AM  
From: you BROKE my LIFE
Date: Nov 29, 2005 11:14 AM
Subject: do me a favore....
Body: call the police.
address: 27802 Abadejo, Mission Viejo, CA 92692.
tell them to go down the hall to the bathrooom.
im soo sorry
/How could this happen to meeeeeeeeeeee?
 
2010-11-10 10:47:25 AM  
more disturding are the recommended stories the site suggested to me at the bottom of the page.

Man Arrested For Allegedly Ejaculating on Woman in School Library (MyFox DC)
Man Posts Suicide, Hangs Himself Online (MyFox DC)
Man Falls from Tree, Dies Trying to Access Playboy Mansion (MyFox DC)
Child Struck and Killed By Car in Trinidad (MyFox DC)
Toddler Dies After Thrown from NY Apartment by 'Depressed' Woman (MyFox DC)

what the eff... im not interested in any of those
 
2010-11-10 10:57:34 AM  
www.realclearpolitics.com
 
2010-11-10 11:01:37 AM  
poot_rootbeer: Watashi ga anata ni itta watashi wa hādokoa!

Your grammar confused me.

Then I saw what you did there.
 
2010-11-10 11:16:59 AM  
Jonathan Hohensee Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.

Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"


He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

And yes, I was concerned about what happened to him...but this is Fark. I've been a thread lurker long enough to know that Farkers love humor, too. Although, I would not call my humor attempt original or even very funny.
 
2010-11-10 11:20:52 AM  
came here for the 'told you I was hardcore' comment

/leaving satisfied.
 
2010-11-10 11:31:37 AM  
Kiradikash: Jonathan Hohensee Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

And yes, I was concerned about what happened to him...but this is Fark. I've been a thread lurker long enough to know that Farkers love humor, too. Although, I would not call my humor attempt original or even very funny.


Hm, with all those profile pics how could ol' Jonathan be so rude?

\girls on my internet?
 
2010-11-10 11:32:17 AM  
Frizbone

Thanks to Fark, I went and looked that up, since I'd never heard of it. All I could think is how horribly sad I felt for that guy.
 
2010-11-10 11:34:38 AM  
Kiradikash: He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

img.photobucket.com
 
2010-11-10 11:39:58 AM  
Kiradikash:
He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

And yes, I was concerned about what happened to him...but this is Fark. I've been a thread lurker long enough to know that Farkers love humor, too. Although, I would not call my humor attempt original or even very funny.


People will refer to you with male pronouns on the Internet until they know you pretty well. You can either deal with it or do this "HAY EVERYONE I AM FEMALE" thing. The latter is annoying to the average farker unless he thinks he can have sex with you. So I suggest you take the first option unless you're reeeeally relaxed about boning.
 
2010-11-10 11:41:55 AM  
to bump & Frizbone...

thanks for reminding me why I do not watch channel 11 in Pittsburgh (the only channel who showed the whole thing)...

@$$holes...seriously? shut the cameras off when that crap goes down!

/was in middle school when that happened
//still remember it vividly
///others have moved on quite alright after lesser scandals
 
2010-11-10 11:56:14 AM  
Kiradikash: Jonathan Hohensee Kiradikash: Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging.

But all joking aside, that's sad. :( Even sadder that people were daring him to do it.

Kiradikash looked out his window for a moment, and then turned back to the computer and wrote "Hmmm...looks like he left his viewers hanging."

He then leaned back, chuckling silently to himself. But then he realized - oh no! - he made a grave mistake! He can't put out there a slightly cynical, quasi-anemic black humor without covering it up with almost-sincere concern! He leaned forward and typed;

"But all joking aside, that's sad. Even sadder that people were daring him to do it."

Kiradikash frowned. Something was missing. Slowly he typed into his computer;

:(


"There" he thought to himself "Nobody will ever know!"

He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

And yes, I was concerned about what happened to him...but this is Fark. I've been a thread lurker long enough to know that Farkers love humor, too. Although, I would not call my humor attempt original or even very funny.


Your fark profile sure would be a nice place to put that information.
 
2010-11-10 12:15:21 PM  
Frizbone: [dwyer.png]

HEEEEEEYYYYYY MAAAAN! NICE SHOT!
 
2010-11-10 12:25:48 PM  
Satan_Himself: Kiradikash:
He? **looks down pants and shirt** Did I miraculously grow a penis when I was not looking. kiradikash is not a him. Lol. I happen to be a girl...or at least last time I checked.

And yes, I was concerned about what happened to him...but this is Fark. I've been a thread lurker long enough to know that Farkers love humor, too. Although, I would not call my humor attempt original or even very funny.

People will refer to you with male pronouns on the Internet until they know you pretty well. You can either deal with it or do this "HAY EVERYONE I AM FEMALE" thing. The latter is annoying to the average farker unless he thinks he can have sex with you. So I suggest you take the first option unless you're reeeeally relaxed about boning.


Ric Romero: In English, unknown people are most often referred to in the masculine or plural third person. The primary reason for this is not, as suggested in Woman's Lib classes across the country, to promote patriarchal values, but is instead because English is primarily defined by what is the most "natural" to say, and saying "he or she" makes you sound like a douche.
 
2010-11-10 12:58:36 PM  
FTFA: "Japanese Man Commits Suicide Live On Internet"

I'll take poorly chosen words in a headline for $100.
 
2010-11-10 01:02:25 PM  
cryinoutloud: The last thread about something like this produced a huge flamewar. I'd just like to say, again, that if a Farker was trying to do something like this, we'd attempt to help, NOT cheer him on.

No. I've seen TFers cheer people on to commit suicide on the TF posts that never go green. You give them too much credit.
 
2010-11-10 01:28:59 PM  
fta: Japan has one of the world's highest suicide rates, accounting for more than 32,000 deaths last year, the 12th consecutive year to exceed 30,000 deaths.



That's one solution to population control.
 
2010-11-10 01:37:22 PM  
WhoGAS: cryinoutloud: The last thread about something like this produced a huge flamewar. I'd just like to say, again, that if a Farker was trying to do something like this, we'd attempt to help, NOT cheer him on.

No. I've seen TFers cheer people on to commit suicide on the TF posts that never go green. You give them too much credit.


There was an obit thread for a Farker who committed suicide a year or two back. Now in normal death-of-a-Farker threads there is a real outpouring of sincerity and condolence; but this one turned ugly quickly. Real ugly. And it got nuked from existence.
 
2010-11-10 02:51:42 PM  
ultraholland: There was an obit thread for a Farker who committed suicide a year or two back. Now in normal death-of-a-Farker threads there is a real outpouring of sincerity and condolence; but this one turned ugly quickly. Real ugly. And it got nuked from existence.

Probably one of the few I read when I was a TFer (this is my second ID...lost contact info for the first...been around awhile) that helped me to not renew again. Anondit was also a hotbed of 4chan-like groups against anyone half-way asking for help.

I had a friend who was also TF who, when posting a "cry for help", about 80% of the TFers commenting were, "Go ahead! Film it so I can make money off of it!" or "Prove it! Stream it live!" or just various suggestions on how to do it best and people calling him a liar, pussy, etc.

Those types of threads and the appalling display of eager fellatio that goes on with the advertisers these days thus restricting fun, inline, non-linked, notated NSFW images and motivational posters on specific threads...
 
2010-11-10 04:02:29 PM  
WhoGAS: cryinoutloud: The last thread about something like this produced a huge flamewar. I'd just like to say, again, that if a Farker was trying to do something like this, we'd attempt to help, NOT cheer him on.

No. I've seen TFers cheer people on to commit suicide on the TF posts that never go green. You give them too much credit.


Nah, I never give them too much credit. I've seen TFD.
 
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