Anonymous said: Did Eric and Dylan believe in God?
They believed THEY were Gods.
But no, I do not believe so.
If I am wrong, someone feel free to correct me.
Anonymous said: why especially dylan?
After “getting to know” them both through their writings, official reports, interviews with those that knew them, I just personally connected to what Dylan was going through and we have several mirrored personality traits. Not that I don’t feel empathy for Eric, but I don’t have much in common with him. That’s all it is.
Anonymous said: Hey! I am a GCSE Psychology student as well. We watched a documentary on the massacre and I've known the massacre before we watched it and I've been intrigued ever since. I just wanted to share my opinion on this whole thing. For starters - I do feel sorry for the victims. But more for Eric and Dylan themselves. But I do not agree with their actions. I know this is weird and such, but what are your opinions on Eric and Dylan. Sorry if you've already done this before. ps: you're pretty ☺
If I chose someone to feel sorry for more than anyone it would be The Harris and Klebold families. And then the victim’s families and survivors. While I do feel sorry for the shooters, especially Dylan, that sympathy only extends so far. Obviously, I do at least relate to them in a way, but I think that what they did was unjustified and horrific. We all deal with things but we don’t all kill despite how bad we are treated. But, then there are factors that went into Columbine that we can’t know because 1. not all the information has been released and 2. there is still debate in the medical and professional community about the extent of the affects anti-psychotic medication. So I do feel sorry, for everyone involved, but Eric and Dylan being the least so. But I certainly empathize with what they were both going through, more than I suppose any “normal” person… Dylan, mostly.
And thank you!!
"Clips from the Columbine documentary called ‘Zero Hour’ with Radiohead - ‘Just’ in the background."
Excerpt from Bowling For Columbine that shows the security footage and instrumental version of the Nobodies. Never fails to move me profoundly and give me shivers from head to toe. Pandemonium.