The news is out: it’s time for us to say what we really think about slash magazines.
The question we ask is: what are you really looking for?
What do you really like?
This is the question we’re going to be asking ourselves over the next couple of years, because I’m not a huge reader of slash magazines, and I don’t want to be a big reader of Slash magazines.
This is what I like.
So let’s take a look at the issue, shall we?
Slash is for people who want to kill themselves.
Slash is the magazine that will take you through the heartbreak of life.
Slash Magazine is for you who really want to die.
Slash’s primary goal is to kill yourself.
Slash is not for the person who is a good person and wants to help others.
Slash does not give advice.
Slash publishes articles that help people kill themselves by using science to show how.
It is a magazine about suicide, and it’s a magazine that has been made to look like a suicide.
Slash, Slash Magazine and the idea that the death of one is the death not of the other has long been a staple of popular culture.
This idea is pervasive in popular culture, from films like Star Wars to popular culture from TV shows like The Simpsons to popular media like MTV.
There’s a whole generation of young people who are fed a diet of it.
People who are really into killing themselves have been trained to think of it as cool and funny and normal.
And that’s been reinforced in their daily interactions with each other.
The problem with this kind of culture is that it makes suicide look like it’s something that’s only real to the person whose goal is killing themselves.
This also makes suicide seem like something that is only possible to people who have a very narrow perspective on life.
For these people, there is no point in trying to kill oneself.
They have no intention of killing themselves because they have no purpose other than to die and die, and the only purpose for them is to die to end their own misery.
They want to live forever, and that’s the only meaning in life.
That’s why suicide is not a choice.
The idea that people can just take their own lives is a lie.
Suicide is a choice, but there are things we can do to prevent suicide.
We can prevent suicide by living a healthier life.
The truth is, suicide is a very real problem, and a real epidemic.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide deaths among people ages 15 to 24 have risen steadily over the last 40 years.
The number of suicides in this age group rose from 16,906 in 1980 to 19,908 in 2016.
Suicide rates have been increasing in young people for some time.
People between the ages of 15 and 29 in this group had the highest suicide rates in the country in 2016, according to data from the Centers For Disease Control.
The numbers are rising in men, too, but the gap is widening between those ages.
to data by the CDC, in 2016 there were 17,902 men aged 18 to 24 who committed suicide.
That number jumped to 25,936 in 2017, and was up to 35,827 in 2018.
But even among men, suicide rates are on the rise.
Between 2013 and 2016, the suicide rate in men aged 15 to 34 rose from 5.6 per 100,000 to 6.1 per 100 to 1.6 in 2020, and then jumped again in 2017 to 6 per 100 in 2018, according a report from the National Center for Health Statistics.
This was followed by a spike in suicide rates for those aged 35 to 49, who experienced the greatest jump in 2016 at 13.3 per 100 million.
In 2020, the death rate for men in this cohort increased to 3.3 suicides per 100 for every 100, and in 2018 it rose to 4.1 suicides per 101 for every hundred, according the report.
This year, the rate of suicide in this generation of people is projected to rise by 5.4 per 100 people, which is more than double the rate in 2016 and over 50 times the rate that peaked in the late 1990s, according CDC data.
In other words, suicide has risen exponentially in the past 30 years, and for young people, it’s the fastest-growing suicide epidemic in the world.
According the Centers, more than half of the people who commit suicide each year die by suicide.
In 2018, suicide rate for the United States rose by more than 500 percent between 1999 and 2017.
That was the year when Congress passed the “War on Drugs,” which ushered in an era of mass incarceration.
The drug war and the incarceration of many young people have created a generation of hardened criminals.
They’re using drugs to get away with crimes, and they’re doing it in public, where they’re exposed to others who are similarly