User talk:Mai X

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Let us cheer you up*

You enrich society in many ways. But first of all you enrich society by simply being not an ignorant asshole. But for that you need to stay alive.

Even if nobody tells you - and that proofs even more that your presence is needed.

You haven’t founded a family yet? Is that what your parents expect from you? So what? You can still do that later. For now, it means you are still more free to be a deviant, an unconventional ("eccentric") and creative person.

I’m not really a friend of geyser, never met him in person, but I know him good enough by our talks to say that I deeply respect him. He was really happy about you when you joined this place and to work with you together. When he said you are a good and capable person, I had no doubt that you are.

"Why I’m alive." That's the 100 million dollar question most people have to think through at some time point in their life.

Committing suicide helps nobody. If someone tells you so, *punch that asocial antisocial mobbing bastard hard in the face.

(Of course, this wasn't an instruction. It was meant to cheer you up and to better let you hold a righteous grudge against others, than a self-destructive, imaginary one against yourself.) --paradox-01 (talk) 07:58, 29 March 2023 (CEST)

Oh... thank you for that... you and GeySer... only you two can understand me in such moments... Now I feel a little bit better (no suicidal thoughts anymore)... Now I'm trying to stop myself from going to St. Pet. and destroying RAIDs... --Mai X (talk) 09:32, 29 March 2023 (CEST)

Sometimes, in order to be true to ourselves, we have to take a course that doesn't satisfy our parents' wishes. It's more common than you think. You still have plenty of time to figure out what path you want to take in life. And in the end, your parents probably just want to see you succeed, so if you do that, eventually they'll be happy. P.S.: I've kept all my computer files since my first Mac in 1993 ;-) --Iritscen (talk) 22:15, 29 March 2023 (CEST)
Maybe... maybe that will happen... About archiving: I started it when I was 12, after accidental destruction of Seagate ST32132A (HDD from my first PC)... --Mai X (talk) 20:40, 30 March 2023 (CEST)
Okay, so starting at the same age as me then :-) I've been lucky; I've lost HDs but never any data that wasn't in another place too. These days I have redundant backups of all my data on local HDs and in the cloud. --Iritscen (talk) 22:28, 30 March 2023 (CEST)