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I'm sick and tired of the excuses many use for committing crimes, like "I was bullied and picked on at school", "I was sexually/physically abused as a child", "I'm jealous of rich people", "no one likes me", "I don't fit in", blah-blah-blah. These are all cop-outs. I grew up poor, I was abused, etc., and yet I don't blame any others to the point that I would go on a pre-mediated murderous rampage just because I couldn't take it any more. Cho was a loser who used his propensity and enjoyment for being violent. He was selfish and only cared about himself and no one else. Perhaps he ill-concluded that he was entitled and due everything and anything he wanted. Cho should've never been mainstreamed. He chose to be violent. Life is about choices. Cho carefully and strategically planned this massacre. Many who have been abused or bullied, for example, go on to lead productive and positive non-violent lives and don't commit crimes against others. He surrounded himself with violence. He preferred to live a life of violence-based fantasy. I only mourn the loss of the young lives Cho ended. Cho's life means nothing to me and I'm glad he decided to commit suicide; too bad he didn't have the courage to end it before taking all of the other lives.