Originally Posted by Manomanman
Whether he's serious or not is kind of irrelevant - can a person not logically come to the conclusion to commit suicide? I've read about philosophers who have touched on the subject.
It matters to me if OP is serious or just pulling our legs. I can use my time better than catering to practical jokers.
To answer your question - yes that is possible. It depends on the logic you use in combination with your assumptions.
I personally don't believe in suicide, but if OP is dead serious about it, I won't stand in his way. If he is serious about being supported to not commit suicide, I will support him.