I think that's all I had to say. I didn't even know there was an "emo". When a teenager said it to me some time ago, I said "what?" He said, "EEEEMMMOOOO" I said "You mean Elmo?" He said "emo". Okay, I didn't know what language he was speaking. He told me it was an expression people use for their sadness and how they dress. I wasn't buying this. I said, "what? You mean depression?" That's what it is. Hell, I was born depressed. Even in my baby pictures, most of them, I'm looking all sad and "emo". In the video from my 7th birthday my mother had recorded, I was so sad, and teary eyed, for apparently no reason in the tape, but I remember feeling left out and being made fun of. I just always seemed sad. As a teenager I tried to kill myself twice in virtually the same day, all to failure because of an unexpected intervention. Anyway, I still struggle now as an adult at my quarter-century mark. I was looking at my Facebook profile pictures, which the earliest date back to fall 2006. They're all pictures that I drew (using the MSPaint program) when someone told me to draw one at random, and this was allegedly a time where I thought I was at least emotionally and mentally stable. These are two of them: Yeah. And that was when I was seeing someone, and was supposedly content with myself after having a great summer. I remember the guy I was seeing telling me that I'm depressed, and me wondering where he got that idea -- it was because I had become to accustomed to being that way, it didn't even seem abnormal because I don't know what it's like to not be depressed. So even when I think I'm stable, I'm obviously depressed. Or "emo" whatever the hell they're calling it these days. Back in my day, we just called it being sad, or "depressed." I'm not hip.