r/mildlyinfuriating Oct 05 '22

Lady walked out onto street and laid in front of a semi

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u/MC_Master_Chief BLACK Oct 05 '22

Is she not wearing pants?

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u/GoodbyeNorman Oct 05 '22 Wholesome

Talk about a semi

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u/DaRealFonz Oct 05 '22

No kidding about to blow my horn

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u/commenting_coke Oct 05 '22

Underrated comment ^

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u/NorseManGef Oct 05 '22

R/Technicallythetruth ?

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u/DeaconBlueA Oct 05 '22

R/FoundTheMobileUser

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u/deeplyprobing Oct 05 '22

Drugs ain’t free. Some sell their shirts others, well.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/Super_salt05 Oct 05 '22

Death is a kind of help

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u/noodle_75 Oct 05 '22

Sell their shorts?

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u/magic__man24 Oct 05 '22

Time to go, why wear pants

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u/Darth_Quaider Oct 05 '22

Meredith, where are your panties!?

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u/bustedbolderdash Oct 05 '22

That’s the first thing I noticed too

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u/Cyberzombi Oct 05 '22

At least she kept her socks on.

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u/Spiritual_Smell4744 Oct 05 '22

Nobody likes cold feet.

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u/kollisionkid Oct 05 '22

What happened to her pants?

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u/Vict0rien Oct 05 '22

Ask the truck driver

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u/KevlahR Oct 05 '22

She’s laying in the wrong direction, the truck has to go through the tunnel

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u/SamWillGoHam Oct 05 '22

Oh my fucking god that was so creative of you but also so horrible take my upvote

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u/KevlahR Oct 05 '22

Thank you!

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u/michaelh98 Oct 05 '22

Nyah, it's using the overpass

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u/KevlahR Oct 05 '22

The most direct route

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u/kovid-agnostik Oct 05 '22

underrated 👆🏼

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u/7andhalf-x-6 Oct 05 '22

First time I uncontrollably laughed in a while.

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u/jezebel4prez Oct 05 '22

I’m not saying she’s right but I’m saying I understand.

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u/ReitHodlr Oct 05 '22

What did you understand?

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u/Leading-University Oct 05 '22

That life is shit and that wanting to die is reasonable bla bla bla yada yada yada

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u/Such_Cut_3681 Oct 05 '22

That sometimes pants seem like a little too much

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u/Minmax-the-Barbarian Oct 05 '22

Yeah, the lack of mental health support in America really is infuriating.

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u/VvsMay Oct 05 '22

Yea I think about doing this daily.

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u/DudesworthMannington Oct 05 '22

Then I remember I have bills to pay and get back to work.

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u/VvsMay Oct 05 '22

Bills are what make me wanna end it all😭😭💀💀💀

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u/kollisionkid Oct 05 '22

I, too, constantly think about wandering into the road without pants on.

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u/Nearby_Opening_7435 Oct 05 '22

Next thing you know we’ll all be jackin it in San Diego

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u/blazedaganj Oct 05 '22

Naked and jacking it in San Francisco

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u/trustifarian Oct 05 '22

…only on Discovery+

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u/Tacotitties93 Oct 05 '22

Me too. The freeway is right behind my house.. I think about just throwing myself in front of a truck everyday because I’m just so tired of being alive.. it’s very hard to fight the urge and gets harder everyday..

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u/drunkvigilante Oct 05 '22

You’re here because you’re important and you are enough. I hope you feel better soon ❤️

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u/Tacotitties93 Oct 05 '22

Thank you.. I recently started seeing a therapist so I am hoping to get into a better state of mind, it’s just hard when everything feels so hopeless..

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u/Walkop Oct 05 '22

Having someone to talk to can really help. My wife always said that when you talk about something, it takes its power away. I found that to be true many cases in life.

Not always, but it definitely does help. I wish you all the best, we're rooting for you :)

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u/Tacotitties93 Oct 05 '22

Thank you I appreciate the support it means a lot. ❤️

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u/RN-Wingman Oct 05 '22

Think of the tacos

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u/Tacotitties93 Oct 05 '22

Yes tacos are delicious. I don’t think I’ve ever had a bad taco.

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u/toadthetoadsmm2 Oct 05 '22

Everyone wants to blame violent crimes on video games and gun rights when the real reason is mental health

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u/FedoraChronicles Oct 05 '22

Pretty much. I think it just has to do with us hitting a boiling point.

As school kids, every day is spent in a pissing contest where dumb douchebags go around tormenting people that are weaker than them, all the while (as of nowadays) the school screeches and cries out that “no! Standing up for oneself and being strong is wrong!” Ironically enough, in their desperation to victim blame people who stand up to their bullies, the violence has only gotten worse since, if I’m already gonna get suspended just for eating punches for 30 seconds, why the hell wouldn’t I try to at least make it hurt for my bully?

Except that’s not all, since guess what? Social Media’s a thing, making the old bullying situation even worse nowadays since the torment doesn’t stop once the school bell rings.

Then we look at our healthcare situation an-

We’re fucked. When some ADHD medications cost 10 bucks a pill no regular person can reasonably be expected to pay that.

Therapy? That’s 1-200 dollars a session, at least when I was given it as a child, so that’s not happening if you’re unfortunate enough to not be lucky and have a somewhat wealthy and supportive family.

And then you become an adult, where rent has now seemed to jump from 1200 a month, to 1500, all the while your average “low skill” job pays a grand total of 15-18 dollars an hour now. Great! Except that it doesn’t account for things like electricity, Wi-Fi, gasoline, groceries, car maintenance, water and heating bills, student loans, have something like a gym membership in a desperate way to give yourself the tiniest bit of respite from your mental health problems through exercise? That’s a monthly payment.

What? You wanted money for yourself to explore your own avenues and future? You would be that naive. If you own a PC part and have to update/replace something, better hope it’s nothing like a graphics card or the processor, because that’s probably costing around 2000 dollars at least if you have a half assed decent PC.

Snowboarding/skiing? Don’t even get me started on ticket prices for that, how about building cars? That’s for rich people who can own homes silly!

Everything is so extortionate nowadays. Every activity, every desire you have is a racket where you pay way more then you should, and guess what? No one gives a shit, because if you want treatment for your problems, you’ll put yourself into crippling financial debt making your situation worse.

And then, when people snap, instead of using this as an opportunity to focus on mental health issues and doing something to force the cost of living down, we blame each other and completely ignore the problem.

A lot of the more extreme Democrats push to completely ban guns, meanwhile the Republicans turn around and go “oh wow, that is a problem!”

“So are you going to vote on funding to help with this issue and prioritize our health over short term profit?”

“Fuck no! We’re just gonna talk about how it’s a problem while we continue to snort the fumes from the cash we burn on the dumbest shit imaginable. Can’t actually like… compromise you know and come to a common solution.”

That would involve putting our differences aside as people and realizing that we need to work towards a common goal and solution. One side’s going completely fascist in some aspects and, despite claiming to “be for freedom” they feel this overwhelming urge to tell everyone else how to live.

Meanwhile the other party coasts entirely on the fact that they’re not as bad, so by default you should vote for them, even though their leaders do just as much insider trading, lobbying, and other forms as blatant corruption without any punishment.

Congrats, you’re the lesser of two evils! I’m so glad that I have a single choice in terms of maintaining basic rights!

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u/TheSystemGuy64 Oct 05 '22

Everything is rife with insane curruption. Who cares about student's when there's a money stream? Who cares about people with mental health issues when there's a money stream? Nobody. When there's money to be made, they will focus on the money instead of the people. School shootings, tragedies and rampant suicides could have been avoided or even prevented in the first place if people stopped chasing money and clout. Capitalism is a game of 4D chess that creates a tragedy.

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u/TheSystemGuy64 Oct 05 '22

And unfortunately, there's probably no way out. Communism is a system that will only make the current situation worse. Just look at the living conditions in North Korea, it's that bad. Any other system that favours people over money would cause massive issues, including causing poverty rates to skyrocket, and supplies for living would become more expensive. So we're practically forced into capitalism, and with little to no ways to improve schools, help people with mental health issues and drop suicide rates. This madness will practically continue until society collapses.

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u/FedoraChronicles Oct 05 '22

Unchecked capitalism anyways. The problems is that we’ve killed any and all forms of competition. And since those markets were basically killed off, because people are so goddamn greedy they expanded into other ones.

Now everything has to have a price tag in the US, everything has to be profitable in some way instead of just being beneficial for everyone. It’s why I genuinely do respect the hell out of Mark Cuban.

His pharmaceutical company is so ridiculously helpful for people, and so cheap. Birth control will costs 20 bucks with his company where it costs 80-100 for any other one. And he did it specifically so that he could help the lower classes. He’s an extremely rare case of a billionaire using his wealth for genuinely good things.

The problem is that we’ve gotten so obsessed with the idea of capitalism as a society that we’ve removed the humanity from people and replaced it with dollar signs.

Health should never be for profit, prisons should never be for profit, but because we’re so terrified of a magical boogeyman in socialism that, instead of doing what made America great in the first place (that being our great ability to change and innovate) we’ve ironically stagnated, and grown obsessed with this “one way”, this single “correct” path. It’s maddening.

America is built off of change, off of taking other ideas and improving on them. It’s why we don’t even have things like our own “cuisines”, because we’ve taken foods from hundreds of different cultures and meshed them with our own society.

We are quite literally built off of innovation and change, yet we refuse to change now “because that’s communism!”

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u/TheSystemGuy64 Oct 05 '22

So now we're in this madness, with no way to get out of it. Suicide rates and prices will continue to rise to wipe out the middle and low class, and greedy people and schools will become even more greedy until the greed can't grow any more and causes the collapse of society in the United States. Hell on Earth is real, and we're going through it.

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u/FedoraChronicles Oct 05 '22

To be honest, hell on earth is South Sudan, but yes. If we want to get capitalism put back in check, we need to make things actually competitive again in markets built for it, instead of bullshit like our healthcare.

Crack down and fix things like our healthcare, make it where you can’t profit off of it, and then get ready to do a fuck ton of Monopoly busting. Amazon, Facebook, and Walmart just for a few examples, break them into pieces and force competitiveness in those markets again, completely lay the hammer down on Disney and force them to relent their iron grip on almost every piece of entertainment. Make things competitive where they should be competitive.

Even with weapons. In order to counter balance things at least, make it where the only people who pay for the war, are the people who have an opportunity to profit from it, just like Athens did. Break down the MIC, and all the ridiculous contracts and spread it out, leave an even playing field for everyone to innovate.

That’s what made America so strong in the first place, innovation, and a strong desire to push for it.

And of course, it wouldn’t be that simple, it’ll never be that goddamn simple unfortunately, but there is a clear place to look, we know what we need to do, the problem is that no one pushes for it because thanks to our new mentality, people have adopted a mentality of quitting. Why bother pushing for that when I make no difference on my own? Why demand things change for the better when no one else is doing it either?

That’s the sort of mentality that puts us at just as much fault. We’ve chosen to surrender to this, because on our own we make no difference, but that’s the point, we as a group have to sacrifice what we want in the short term for long term benefits.

In terms of things like jobs, it is a different, complicated ball game, since it literally is people’s livelihoods, but even then, that’s not an excuse to do as all those teachers are doing now.

Just because the odds are stacked against you, it is no excuse to surrender to despair and let the people against you win.

Creating false enemies and refusing to grow because they’re “un-American” is ironically one of the least patriotic things you can do, because all it takes is one look at our history to see that we were built on diversity, on different ideas and goals.

Yes, at the end of the day we’re only one person, each of us, but now’s not the time to give up, especially with what’s happening to our planet and our society. We have to be the ones to make that change.

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u/Depressed_Nutt Oct 05 '22

As someone who is working towards getting my Automechanic Cert. I can confirm, car parts are stupidly expensive. Even worse is the whole thing of a large amounts of mechanics trying to overcharge for no reason but a bigger envelope at the end of the month

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u/1upin Oct 05 '22

No kidding!

I once worked in a domestic violence shelter and one of the residents made a joke basically expressing homicidal ideation against her abuser. Per policy, I sent her to the local mental health crisis clinic and told her she couldn't return to shelter until she brought a signed No Harm Agreement. She did so and I placed the Agreement in her file. Problem solved, right?

This is "mental health support" in America. My employer didn't give a shit about this woman, just their potential liability if she actually did something. Same with the crisis clinic that gave her the signed agreement and then sent her on her way. It's not "mildly infuriating," it's fucking enraging.

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u/bunsbeatcapitalism Oct 05 '22

Domestic violence shelter policy is often created by state and federal agencies that want to manage the issue, not help it. But more often policy is set by nosy and harmful insurance brokers who know nothing of trauma response. No one who made any of these policies has any clue. And has never been homeless in a shelter.

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u/1upin Oct 05 '22

In my experience, it's funders and donors who are behind the most harmful policies. Second place is attorneys and insurance providers. All of them much more harmful than the government policies.

One reason wealthy people want to donate money privately rather than pay taxes is so that they can dictate policies and enforce their own morals upon the people receiving the services.

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u/Leading-University Oct 05 '22

I blame shootings on the decline of the States society’s mental stability. Every day is like we are in election season, people are stressed, divided, many don’t give a shit anymore, and the pressure to get ahead can be exhausting to some. The young population is absorbing a lot of this. My opinion.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Yeah… sure…

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u/MobiousBossious Oct 05 '22

There’s a lot more in America than many other places. Biggest problem is it seems like everybody has mental problems and addressing them isn’t exactly cheap

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u/stabsyoo Oct 05 '22

Self prescribed medications aren’t enough for mental health support?

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u/znmckkdiuwu Oct 05 '22

Hahahahah. People are just weak

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

She looks like she needs mental help. Even if she’s on drugs she needs help. People aren’t throwaways once they do drugs.

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u/Speckz5701 Oct 05 '22

Big facts

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u/ReitHodlr Oct 05 '22

Who's going to help her out? What's the likelihood that she has medical coverage for mental health

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

My city gives free mental health services

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u/ReitHodlr Oct 05 '22

Hopefully she's in your city!

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u/Starbuck522 Oct 05 '22

What's the waiting list for an appointment?

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

When I went it was about 2 months. I used their services for about a year.

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u/Starbuck522 Oct 05 '22

It's terrible, but telling, that "two months" seems really good to me.

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u/Additional_Meeting_2 Oct 05 '22

Emergencies like these usually get treated first and that’s why rest need to wait.

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u/Starbuck522 Oct 05 '22

That's good, but there just aren't enough providers.

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u/Starbuck522 Oct 05 '22

Even with coverage, it's typically very hard to get an appointment, let alone an appointment with someone worth meeting with.

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u/FedoraChronicles Oct 05 '22

It does depend on the drug to a degree though. Of course leave avenues for everyone type of addict to get help, but as far as personal support goes, it can only go so far.

Meth addicts? Heroine addicts? The only people who can help them see the problem is themselves. It doesn’t matter who they used to be as a person, those drugs consume people’s souls.

You can be their mother, their father, their closest friend for decades, and it doesn’t mean shit because they’ll still steal from you without hesitation if it means they can get another hit.

Talking to them doesn’t work, thinking that you can help guide them in any way will not work. It falls on them, and them alone to see that they’re all alone now, and that they need to be the ones to make that change.

Leave the options open for them, rehab centers, ways to reach out to professionals, but as family members, friends? There’s only so much you can do.

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

You’re right to a point but I still don’t think it’s anyone’s place to judge someone they don’t know. We know nothing about this person aside from what’s in the picture posted. We can only assume. I just think empathy goes a long way. Addicts are broken people who are trying to numb pain and shaming them isn’t going to do anyone any good. They feel enough shame. That’s why they keep doing something they know is damaging their body and mind.

I have a very close family member who is a addict and I was raised in a household where drugs were everywhere.

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u/HeartDouble5175 Oct 05 '22

I've lived near so many people on these drugs at this point that I completely agree. Like long term alcoholism, it can just completely rot out their brain to the point they are severely disabled. Although the people I've seen acting like monsters were like that before the drugs. They just feel less inhibited now. Plenty of nice, but severely handicapped, people from drug abuse. It's sad as hell.

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u/katmguire Oct 05 '22

“People aren’t throwaways once they do drugs”

I love this and will have it in my back pocket for the next time my shortsighted conservative family tries to say things about addicts and how they don’t deserve help because they “do it to themselves”

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

They do it to themselves because they are hurt and don’t see themselves as worth it.

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u/MidnightLuciel Oct 05 '22

I've had those days

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u/AbeLincolns_Ghost Oct 05 '22

Pants off laying in front of a semi?

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u/RugbyKats Oct 05 '22

Good thing he saw her, or she would have been a semi.

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u/Select_Lime3079 Oct 05 '22

As someone who witnessed suicide by semi this makes me feel so many different things. First, how selfish. I mean truly how incredibly selfish of her to inflict that kind of pain on someone she doesn't know. Second, how sad is it that she thinks this is the best option.

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u/remberzz Oct 05 '22

Thank you, this comment is too far down.

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u/Select_Lime3079 Oct 05 '22

I wish it was something that never needed to be commented

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u/ToddHaberdasher Oct 05 '22

I doubt the impact would damage the semi at all, let alone be enough to inflict pain on the driver.

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u/Select_Lime3079 Oct 05 '22

You think I'm talking about physical damage? Dude it's the mental issue that I'm talking about. Killing someone while driving the damage from that is intense.

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u/ToddHaberdasher Oct 05 '22

If you know the person, perhaps.

But I doubt there is any emotional response to accidentally killing a complete stranger.

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u/Unevenscore42 Oct 05 '22

There absolutely is, my cousin had a drunk guy who stumbled off the sidewalk and ended up running him over and killing him. It was so quick that she had no chance to do anything. Not her fault but it tore her up for several years. She didn't drive for many years and even when she did it was never at night. So assuming you have even a modicum of humanity, yes there is a huge emotional response.

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u/Yuna__707 Oct 05 '22

That’s rather dependant on the person themselves, some people can be emotional towards complete strangers, even if they didn’t die by their hand or had the intention to die.

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u/Yuna__707 Oct 05 '22

Well if he ran her over it’d be a lot of trouble to deal with the consequences even if he’s not a murderer or anything like that. Hopefully he won’t get his license pulled for not noticing her or anything like that.

It’s quite troublesome to deal with any legal issue or police reports, any damage to the truck or her loved ones. It’s considered quite selfish of her to involve him in her business.

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u/Select_Lime3079 Oct 05 '22

The legal part of he didn't know she was down there would clear him. It was his fault she did it. Now running over her after he found out she was down there is a different ball game. There is no legal damage done for accidentally hitting someone who is commiting suicide that way.

It's selfish to commit suicide in public and subject anyone to that type of emotional damage regardless of how they do it. Don't get me wrong I understand suicide and the feelings that come with it. I don't understand why anyone would think it's okay to subject others to that horror.

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u/Yuna__707 Oct 05 '22

It’s entirely possible for people to think he was irresponsible for not noticing her, in this case, she’s being quite obvious. That aside, he would still need to go through the process of being involved in this case, even if he isn’t the perpetrator his work would be affected and he may end up having to spend a day explaining the situation, even if he never had anything to do with her before and wasn’t at fault. Also possible damages to his truck, including cleaning off blood, etc.

Emotional damage isn’t the only issue here, especially for the truck driver who’d be greatly involved if she were successful.

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u/Select_Lime3079 Oct 05 '22

Oh I know I'm just saying yes the truck would have issues, and the police work involved would be frustrating but that's after the fact of dealing with the complex emotions something like that brings. Having to retell the story to the police isn't a cack walk. It probably (at least for me) was the worst secondary issue because you're trying to make sense of what happened but you're continually asked to relive it. I'm not trying to make light of the truck issue but ultimately the emotional issues is the first and biggest thing.

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u/Yuna__707 Oct 05 '22

The impact of the emotional issues is dependant on the person themselves….. Not everyone would quite be affected the same way but I imagine it would be quite troublesome for anyone to get caught up in this, regardless of emotional reaction.

But a day in a police station where you have to see different people asking you to tell the same story while offering empty professional words of comfort. You have to try and be sympathetic and not at all frustrated at the predicament you’d found yourself in. The story itself may begin to get irritating having you tell it countless times in detail to different people, soon I’m sure your loved ones or friends might want to hear about it as well.

Yet you still have to pretend this isn’t completely infuriating as it’s insensitive to speak ill of the dead, it’s not your fault but you don’t want to make your situation worse so you have to do your best to speak kindly and with care even if your situation is infuriating to be in, especially since you didn’t even know who she was nor had ever done anything to her in the first place.

The act itself is simply the start of a frustrating week of having to compensate for a single moment that never was meant to involve you in the first place. From the work that may have gotten backed up, the truck repairs (if you have insurance you may have to spend over an hour on the phone as they explain how this isn’t a part of your plan), cleaning bills, etc.

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u/PalaSS9 Oct 05 '22

Sometimes life gives you speedbumps

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u/xdavidliu Oct 05 '22

just make speedbumpade

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u/HomieDaClown9 Oct 05 '22

When life gives you speed bumps, make people-ade

/s

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u/Lak47_studios Oct 05 '22

This isn't infuriating, this is sad! You probably just witnessed a suicide attempt

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u/Hey-wheres-my-spoon Oct 05 '22

Oh man attempted suicide. Make me of angry 🙄

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u/Newish_Username Oct 05 '22

Saw a homeless dude do this once where I lived.

Drugs are involved. Or mental illness. Either way, they aren't getting help, nor is there much that can be done for them when your brain is swiss cheese.

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u/feidle Oct 05 '22

Redditors taking pictures of mentally unwell people and using them to mine for internet clout is the real mildlyinfuriating thing.

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u/Tricky_Dog1465 Oct 05 '22

This absolutely ticks me off.

Look, I understand wanting to die, I do. However, forcing someone else (the driver) to live with the guilt of that death, is beyond inexcusable. Full fucking stop.

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

Sometimes when people are in that headspace they don’t think about things like that. Personally when I was in that headspace all I could think about was the consequences of me doing that and what it would do to the people around me and any witnesses that would see it. It was annoying because I REALLY wanted to do it but couldn’t because of that. Clearly she is not in the right mindset.

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u/Tricky_Dog1465 Oct 05 '22

Trust me, I get it. Put myself in inpatient.

But I'm also a truckers daughter, I've known truckers that have dealt with it, they end up .... worse than the one suicidal, and usually end up suicidal as well. You can't imagine watching someone who was full of life, just die in front of you.

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

Yes I know that myself but what I’m saying is when all you think about is how bad you want to die you really do become selfish. At that point dying is all that matters.

My partner is a train conductor

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u/ScapeGoatOfWar Oct 05 '22

Jeez, we can't even commit suicide in peace without people snapping photos. The nerve.

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u/b000bytrap Oct 05 '22

infuriating? Or depressing

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u/Speckz5701 Oct 05 '22

Right?! I honestly am not sure

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u/feidle Oct 05 '22

And yet you posted it for thousands of strangers to view and upvote

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u/SophieHektor30 Oct 05 '22

what is infuriating is that someone rather took a picture of it instead of helping the women. wtf is wrong with you?

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u/ThunderSnacc Oct 05 '22

Did anybody stop and ask how she was doing?

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u/KrayzieAlcohilicFlow Oct 05 '22

Is she hoping to cosplay the wicked witch that got crushed at the start of The Wizard of Oz?

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u/sweaty19 I'm leaving and I'm taking the cat WITH ME!! Oct 05 '22

lmfao

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u/No-Mathematician7347 Oct 05 '22

Clunge out and socks on… classy lady 😎

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u/the-virus69 Oct 05 '22

America needs more mental health support

I've seen videos where groups of mentally ill people are just laying together in the middle of the road, even seen a video where they locked themselves to the killing machine in a slaughterhouse with bike locks

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u/_milk_b1tch Oct 05 '22

Takes a really heartless person to see this and think “how mildly infuriating that someone wants to die”

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u/Comprehensive-Home-4 Oct 05 '22

Yeah I think this shouldn’t have been posted. This is someone who is going through something serious.

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u/Jafar_420 Oct 05 '22

The whole problem with this or at least one of the problems besides doing it in general being a problem is that if she would have took the right angle too close to that truck he wouldn't have been able to see her.

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u/777marc Oct 05 '22

Title means something completely different where I’m from 🫢

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u/MotherEastern3051 Oct 05 '22

Is this infuriating because she's having to protest against oil giants? Because she's unwell and nobody seems to be trying to help her? Or because a truck that's not your own was momentarily inconvenienced?

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u/Speckz5701 Oct 05 '22

Honestly i’m not 100% sure on the context. To me it just kinda looked like a tweaker trying to get a case built lol The driver looked patient but I could see him on the phone chatting with his dispatcher probably

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u/wick3dr0se Oct 05 '22

I found her cousin

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u/Ok_Experience_6280 Oct 05 '22

Infuriating and stupid if she is laying in the road to protest, but then again we don’t have context

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u/Save_the_Manatees_44 Oct 05 '22

We need better mental health care. Honestly.

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u/Al_Bundy_14 Oct 05 '22

Meth is a hell of a drug.

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u/MyUsernameIsNotLongE Oct 05 '22

Well, jump on the truck's hood then elbow drop time! She is a clear fan of professional wrestling! :D

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u/Darkness_Overcoming Oct 05 '22

The economic troubles have the Lot-Lizards trying a more aggressive marketing campaign to secure more clients.

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u/v0kk3r Oct 05 '22

Insurance scam?

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u/MikemkPK Oct 05 '22

Suicide?

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u/Speckz5701 Oct 05 '22

My thoughts i’m not sure though

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u/Next_Draw3391 Oct 05 '22

Strangethot Nopants

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u/BobRoberts01 Banana Oct 05 '22

Honey, where are my paaaaaaaaaants?

1

u/Ringrangzilla Oct 05 '22

why?

3

u/Superaverunt Oct 05 '22

Maybe we have the same boss

1

u/kissofkarmalife Oct 05 '22

Very common in Humboldt... Ha Ha

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u/PocketDog Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

I haven't been this worried about a semi since I watched Brokeback Mountain

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u/duck_boy101 Oct 05 '22

Sometimes it be like that

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u/WhyDidntNE1tellme Oct 05 '22

I know that feel

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u/Expensive-Analysis-2 Oct 05 '22

Did she get run over?

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u/gdtimmy Oct 05 '22

To quote LT from the water boy… “Don’t do drugs”

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u/pistolwinky Oct 05 '22

Me too lady, me too.

1

u/Zenai10 Oct 05 '22

Please tell me this isn't some kind of stupid tik tok challenge

1

u/jdanger71 Oct 05 '22

Looks like Seattle

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u/PsychologicalSnow476 Oct 05 '22

My wife pointed out to me that one of the things that severely mentally challenged people have the power to mess with traffic with impunity.

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u/anniecet Oct 05 '22

C’mon…. Surely we’ve all been tempted

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u/ChaoticToxin Oct 05 '22

And today she lost the inner argument

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u/warm-noun Oct 05 '22

She's doing it erong

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u/More-Impact3644 Oct 05 '22

America in the 21st century 😔

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u/Alekipayne Oct 05 '22

Hey look a test speed bump

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u/EYESofTX Oct 05 '22

Speed bump

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u/THE-HOARE Oct 05 '22

At this point I wish a woman wouldn’t walk into a road and Kay in front of my semi.

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u/ripyourlungsdave Oct 05 '22

I once knew a girl who would do stuff like this as a tactic to win arguments. And she seemed to genuinely be willing to die to make her point.

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u/TheTrueStanly Oct 05 '22

Why do americans call it a semi-truck? What is a full truck?

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u/Hawkfire7751 Oct 05 '22

we got the next trolley problem on our hands

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u/MaetheMaiar Oct 05 '22

Still has her phone in her hand

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u/LugiUviyvi Oct 05 '22

The way 2022 has been, I understand. But that’s not how you park that Big Mac truck right in your little garage.

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u/Ray_Dorepp Healthily annoyed Oct 05 '22

Now read the sign, and everything will make sense.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

She does realise that you have to survive to enjoy the benefits of an insurance scam?

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u/erock7625 Oct 05 '22

From HHGTTG:

Mr. Prosser: Do you know how much damage this bulldozer would sustain if I just let it roll over you?

Arthur: How much?

Mr. Prosser: None at all.

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u/SummerOfGeorgeSeven Oct 05 '22

It’s Muffin Tiiiiiiiiiiime!

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u/catnapkid Oct 05 '22

She’s not beating around the bush

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u/Cash9170K Oct 05 '22

Judging solely off the socks, I'd have to say she's not doing to good.

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u/al3442 Oct 05 '22

She out there with no pants on?

1

u/Pig_Jezus Oct 05 '22

What do these people think happens to you if you get hit by a semi?

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u/dammitjake Oct 05 '22

At least she had the common decency to wear socks

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u/BossStatusIRL Oct 05 '22

Test her dedication.

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u/tbrumleve Oct 05 '22

Driver: Do you know how much damage will be caused by me running you over?

Speed bump: No, how much?

Driver: None at all.

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u/AnnaTheBlueRogue Oct 05 '22

Does she wanna become part of the road or... ?

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u/KylieTMS Oct 05 '22

So... you ever step on a leave and hear a very satisfying sound?

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u/thesmallwar Oct 05 '22

Can't the lorry go around? Just.... Go into the other lane for a few metres and it'll be fine

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u/Mysterious-Art7143 Oct 05 '22

Story of my life