Can I Just...Ok, I don't know about everyone else, but I think the flashing stamps are not cool. They don't prove a point, especially if you think you're being intimidating. Also, they're dangerous for people with epilepsy. Seriously, angry stamps with lights going 100 miles just makes you look ridiculous, and yes, laughable. Hell, someone thought it would be funny once to make a flashing stamp on write "Seizure Calling Stamp" on it. You're not cute, scary, or funny with them, KNOCK IT OFF.Can I Just... by TheBeatleBunny
And going back to the seizures- you may think you're being funny when you laugh at epilepsy, or ANY seizure disorder, but, heh, you're not. Imagine hearing "Revolution 9" freakishly loud in your head, tunnel vision, vertigo, and passing out. Still funny? I believe not. And yes, this journal IS from a friend getting bullied because of epilepsy. I have seizures too, but it's not epilepsy and it's under control. But it did sicken me to see a bunch of kids at a party making a twitc
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"Most people, and particularly kids, don't realize they're in control of their lives, and they're the ones that are going to make the decisions, and they're the ones that are going to make it in one way or another. Usually adolescence is a time when kids feel that the world is doing it to them. Whether it's their parents doing it to them or their teachers doing it to them or their other friends doing it to them, and that they are the victim in all of us. Somewhere in here, you have to learn that you're not the victim. But instead, you're the one who's doing it. That moment is sometimes a long, slow realization, or sometimes it's turning on a light switch. All of a sudden you realize that you are the person who has control of your life."