"So, I hope nobody will read this site and be motivated into committing suicide. This site is not here to justify it and it’s not here for that reason. Besides, how many people are like me in this world? Maybe two if I’m looking in a mirror."
I'm not sure how I feel about his, nor do I have anything to say. I just felt compelled to register it.
This man decided, after much contemplation, to take his life on his 60th birthday and rather than leaving a suicide note, he left a large website behind.
It's not my place to decide how anyone should live or die. I know I'll be haunted by his legacy for sometime.
What do you think?
* His site was originally hosted by Yahoo who took it down for violating the TOS - but the group Anonymous has mirrored it here: http://www.martinmanley.org
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