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Ya, like someone who seemingly has nothing can be happy. :)
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KD...Always the philosopher. Yes, totally agree!To the second post...My apologies. I one day plan to learn Arabic. Unfortunately, that day has not come yet. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment and a link to a petition.I have checked out your two blogs.
yup, exactly. I don't really believe anyone can have everything anyway, so it's moot. More interesting, can someone who seemingly happy be depressed? ...Maybe they're just stoned.
Tree...I would have thought that depressed but seemingly happy might be the result of being stoned :D
and here i thought i was drunk!A second question though, if someone is medicated for his depression, does it still count for being depressed? or does that go as 'medicated depression'?
we are all depressed - face it
Anonymous..Well that's it then, I'm going to hang myself!!
Tree...You, drunk? I would never believe it!Good question on the medication front.Anonymous...Please adopt a persona or pen name so that I can distinguish you from other anonymous posters in this neck of the woods. I don't care what it is. You can still post as anonymous just add something in terms of signing off.To your point, really? Everyone being depressed sounds a little, well, depressing.Schmerly...So, now I am on the look out for a Sam Elliot look-a-like swinging from a branch somewhere?
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