*Listens to the radio broadcast, and then the various responses with a frown, clearly not liking all he has heard before he reluctantly queues up his own radio*
Interesting... Madison did someone say it was? I hope you can still hear this, which would mean you're still alive. I can tell you are going through a rather rough time, drugs can be a rather... big nuisance. I do hope you choose not to kill yourself, it would be a terrible waste of life and potential.
*He pauses a moment as if weighing the weight of his next words before he continues*
You ask if the world will miss you? That question is simple enough. The world will miss none of us, in the end we are nothing but grifters walking across teh surface of this place, and in the grand scheme of things we seldom cross the minds of others. But before you take that as disheartening, I want you to think not of people as a whole, but those you have met over the years, both before the infection and now. Think of the memories you have forged together, and consider whether you would miss, or do miss those that have died or could die yet.
*He releases the button for a moment before he continues*
The way I see things, you have a responsibility. You may not be missed if you go, but hear me out. For those that died, if you alone are left to remember them, then do you not have an obligation to them to make sure that even if the world itself doesn't miss them, that someone still walking on it does. That someone remembers them for both their good and their bad. As long as you are around to carry them in your memories then they have made an impact on the world, and I can think of no bigger, yet more important a responsibility. Using the words of a game I once played, what seems like a lifetime ago, you have become their 'living legacy', and I hope you honor that responsibility.
As for those who have yet to die, do you wish to burden them the same? To carry the weight of your memories on their shoulders? To go through life stuck in the melancholy of remembering you as you were, and never having the chance again to see you as you can be?
In the end the world may not miss you, but I know I would, and I'm just a voice across the airwaves. There is value to you life yet miss, so don't go wasting it.
*Ends his broadcast there, but continues to listen in to what the others have to say*