User Profile: ericinwisconsin

Member Since: December 05, 2011


  • November 15, 2012 at 12:52am

    In 1996, my wife had a cerebral infarction, snapping the connections between the brain stem and the brain. The doctors told me that she was a vegetable and that I should end her life. I have always considered myself a murder by that one decision. Quite frankly, I feel that I was pressured to do this. Odd how doctors went from “preserve life at all cost” (Karen Ann Quinlan) to “time to pull the plug” (Hassan Rasouli). It was certainly the hardest thing I ever had to do in my life. Now, I’m not so sure it was the right thing. God forgive me.

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  • February 9, 2012 at 2:03pm

    The bad thing about the Internet is the fact that you can be anonymous. It’s also the good thing about it. Nothing breeds brass b*lls like anonymity. Sometimes that can be a good thing. However, as a way to spread vicious lies, it’s deplorable. The pathetic troll would be within his rights in the U.S. but we’d all still have no use for him.