showing people what your are all about
If that's the impression you get, I pity you for being dumb.
You're right. The World Trade Centers was way funnier, or even the Oklahoma bombing.
Actually, scratch those two. Here's somebody (and this comes from the heart) I admire.
Charles Joseph Whitman (June 24, 1941 – August 1, 1966) as a student at the University of Texas at Austin killed 14 people and wounded 32 others during a shooting rampage on and around the campus of the University of Texas at Austin
The reasons behind it, everybody over looks. It's as if everybody's oblivious to his mind-set, the way he thinks (or the only way he thinks that I can assume, because I'd have done the same thing), who he is, what he did. He was in the military, I'm sure you know. I'm sure many people see the fact that he went to the military as, "Oh joy! He's turning his life around!" Which is quite inaccurate. He went to the military to spite his father and to gain a personal skill (sniping) for his own personal benefits, which he proved in the UT Tower.
I'd continue, but then I'd actually look like a 'psycho,' as y'all have said.
Here's a question they ask serial killers in jail:
A female went to a dear close friend's funeral, she met a man there, they really got into it, they had the most awesome time (aside from her friends death), they're really into each other, but when they both leave, they forget to exchange information. Their MySpace, phone numbers, house address, etc. The next day, the woman kills her mother, why?
If you answer it properly, you're "psychotic," but from my perspective, you think on another level of logic that little to no people can even begin to understand. If you answer it improperly, you're just "normal." The average ignorant ant.
Speaking of Charles Whitmore, I just realized something.
On the "hit" show Lost (yay for ABC). Charles Whitmore was in it. He's Ben's arch-nemesis.
The picture of Charles J. Whitmore is actually the man who shot Ben's daughter... trippy.
Oh, and I admire Benjamin (the character). He makes me smile by the fact he's two steps ahead.