a play written by John Cosper about an unpopular boy commiting suicide. The boy, Adam Krieger, leaves his suicide letter in the form of a website, naming various people at his school and blaming most of them for his pain. The website inspires one student to try and change how people see each other so a tragedy like Adam's won't happen again.
There is no such person as Adam, nor is the author aware of this sort of story ever happening in real life. And no, Adam Krieger was not the inspiration for Blink 182's song "Adam's Song," or vice versa. Any resemblance between the characters, places, and events to any real people is purely coincidental.
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