Well at least I try. Spewing out hatred and anger becomes who you are. It eventually rots out your heart and makes you ugly both inside and out.....particularly anonymous online ranting about matters that you have no direct influence over. In the days before computers were people nicer or did they just bury a lot of rage that now seems to appear all over the internet? I don't know the answer to that......but it's sad to see people devoting so much of their life to useless negativity.<quoted text>
You really have a great sense of humor. I don't know if I'm more jealous of you or casey.
However "god" - if one happens to be spiritual in any way - did give us the ability to THINK for a reason. No different than other parts of the body, exercise if the mind is a good thing. In my opinion, it's often CUROSITY that beckons one to engage in the thought processes "why, what, how...." and as a result we allow ourselves the opportunity to learn many new things. I've learned a lot from this case - for example how the US Justice system is different than Canada's, I could visit places in Orlando and probably feel like I've been there before, and I've observed the behaviour of people and noticed a distinct "pack mentality" where, for various reasons, unfortunately some people are reluctant to express a differing opinion in fear of getting verbally tackled.
I just thought I'd share this for no real reason other than it's what I "think". In a different place, different time we all might even like each other.....but meanwhile I know you all have a job to do while it makes me thankful that's not the reason why this unsolved case still intrigues me.
Okay, now where was I? Oh yes, the "tattoo". Nobody's going to convince me the answer has already been revealed. Ever since the year 2008, when documents began being released in the media and TV interviews were aired, I've searched for the answer. It's just not there.