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  • In Brian's life...
  • Some cop thought that he knew better than me; that I was wrong. I'm never wrong. He deserved what I gave him.
  • Inmates: Brian Jones and Imnot Guilty
  • What're you in for, punk?
  • Meanwhile, at the hospital...
  • Dr. Sam Patient:John Doe
  • Are you ready Dr. Sam?
  • Let's do this. It's a great day to save lives.
  • A couple of days later...
  • Pretty well. I'm alive, thanks to you, Dr. Sam.
  • Patient: John Doe
  • How are you feeling?
  • In Shelly's life...
  • I was fired today. I knew this would happen. I can't do anything well.
  • Aw, honey that's terrible. You are great at a lot of things. You'll find something else.
  • 2 weeks later...
  • Honey, why don't you apply for another job?
  • What's the point? No one would hire me. I'm not good at anything.
  • Don't say that. What are you going to do for the rest of your life? Don't you want to contribute somthing to the world?
  • This connects to Columbine because of Eric and Dylan's personalities and their relationship. Eric had a lot of self-esteem, even likening himself to God multiple times. Dylan had very low self-esteem along with depression, even considering suicide and ultimately committing it. The dynamic of their relationship and their plan was dependent on the high self-esteem of Eric and the low self-esteem of Dylan, allowing Eric to be the driving force. They definitely made an impact on society, and it was negative partly because Eric, who had an extreme amount of self esteem and thought he could and should do whatever he wanted, was the driving force. Much like Brian in the comic, Eric thought he knew better than everyone else. Because of this, he decided it was his right and duty to commit mass murder. Dylan's low self-esteem, much like Shelly in the comic, led him to be succeptable to believing in whatever he was told (that mass murder was the answer) and following Eric's lead. In the comic, Shelly's low self-esteem has a negative impact on society as she becomes mentally weak, Brian's high self-esteem has a negative impact as he becomes too confident, and Sam's moderate amount of self-esteem has a positive impact on society. 
  • Columbine Connection
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