M na mgbe nile na ihe mgbu. M na-eche banyere igbu onwe ụbọchị ọ bụla. About 95% nke ndị na-agụ banyere m na-ata ahụhụ na-adịghị na-enyere m, ma ha ji ikwesị ntụkwasị obi na-agụ banyere ndụ m. My inability to get medical care for my curable diseases is entertainment for you—it is a game to you.
Today is 6/02 na afọ 1975 and I am 44 afọ. Ya mere, the best thing to do is to give me a bonus for “passing Go” na your game of entertainment.
This is great for my father, Ma hogan anyị, because if I suffer more, he receives more entertainment. na, this is great for you! Nna m, Ma hogan anyị, paid to extend the length of gị entertainment! You should thank him.
If you want to pay maka (instead of mooching, as if you were entitled to) your entertainment of reading about my suffering, watching videos about my curable diseases, and speculating whether I will kill myself or someone else will kill me, you can send me US $6.02. If you were to send me regular support, be warned, you might accidentally help me to recover and your entertainment would end. Choose wisely: 1) interactive, reality entertainment with huge consequences for the star of your entertainment or 2) helping a homeless man to heal and to have a productive life. If I were to heal, you would have to watch “reality TV,” and that is boring because no one is at risk of death, serious injury, or sexual assault.
Before I wrote this post, I had to convince myself to not go cut open my wrists in the shower.
Anyị nwere ike isi gwọọ ọrịa m na m daa ogbenye ma ọ bụrụ na ị na akwado m na-agbake.
But why would you do that? That requires more effort than clicking “Like” on Facebook. ọbụna njọ, other people might think you believe in Christian ideas. Even worse than that: you might need to feel empathy na to act with compassion. You are too busy and your life is too difficult to waste your precious energy and time—you came here so I would give you entertainment, not because you wanted to expend effort or help another human.