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  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 18:06 on October 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    National Character Counts Week: Welcome to Pathocracy 

    “There is nothing accidental about the destruction narcissistic psychopaths, especially in power, inflict on the world. Destruction is coded in their character defect. They not only lack empathy and conscience, which makes them incapable of understanding human values, but they are driven to hurt and destroy everyone and everything that stands on their way to power and self-aggrandizement, and/or reminds them of their weaknesses. It is not a question of IF a narcissistic psychopath in power will destroy his world, but how soon.”

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    Image result for trump offends soldiers widow“The presence or absence of conscience is perhaps the deepest human division.”

    Ian Hughes

    Last week Donald Trump put another nail in the coffin of health care for American citizens, especially the most vulnerable ones; undermined the painstakingly drafted and internationally supported Iran nuclear deal; challenged his Secretary of State to an IQ test; chastised residents of Puerto Rico for their audacity to suffer and die in a hurricane-caused mayhem, and berated football players for their willingness to protest racial injustice. He also proclaimed the next six days, October 15 to 21, National Character Counts Week.

    Yes, you have read that correctly.

    The man who lies easier than he breathes (there is that perpetual snort, you know), who takes sadistic pleasure in the pain and suffering of others, and who lives for adulation and revenge without any efforts at disguising his destructive motives, lectures America about character.

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    • nowve666 19:06 on October 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      “The presence or absence of conscience is perhaps the deepest human division.–Ian Hughes”

      They call this kind of thinking “splitting.” It’s all or nothing. Those with a conscience are good, or, at least, can be good. Those without are “evil.” You should know by now that one doesn’t need a conscience to be a decent human being. May I suggest “https://kiasherosjourney.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/can-a-psychopath-be-good/ Can I Psychopath be Good?” or “https://kiasherosjourney.wordpress.com/2016/04/16/free-to-choose/ Free to Choose?”

      There are plenty of divisions of humanity besides the presence of absence of conscience. How about cowardice vs. courage? Or intelligence vs. stupidity? Or wisdom vs. folly?

      You have been going into Trump’s misdeeds in great detail. But what about the fools who voted for him? They can’t all be psychopaths. I have read that a study found most conservatives have an enlarged amygdala in the area of fearfulness. These fools support the same policies as Trump but they are mostly NTs. Meanwhile, there are psychopaths who are politically progressive. I don’t think Trump, himself, is really a conservative. I think he’s an opportunist. He has embraced the politics that got him into office. That hardly makes him a good person. He’s an asshole. But attaching a diagnosis to him as professionals, who should know better, have done and many more laypeople keep doing adds nothing to understanding the problem. The problem is we have a government that is politically on the wrong path. The problem with Trump is his politics, not his personality.

      I agree with the Goldwater Rule: Don’t “diagnose” a political figure without the clinical support that it takes to correctly make a diagnosis. Whether he is a psychopath, a narcissist or an NT, Trump has a dreadful agenda. As the Bible says, “By their fruits shall ye know them.”

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      • James 11:39 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        “The problem is we have a government that is politically on the wrong path. The problem with Trump is his politics, not his personality.”

        He does have a repellent personality as well, however.

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    • nowve666 14:40 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The biggest problem I see is in the morons who voted for this turkey and even still support him. I just read your “Holding back the tide” post about psychopaths using cognitive empathy to make the world a better place if only for our own advantage. I have wanted to do this for years. I have marched in political protests, even volunteered. But current events have made me feel so cynical that I can’t bring myself to even want to save the world. While I realize that’s wrong since there are some people worth saving, the massive stupidity that seems to move the planet is just overwhelming. My current attitude is “apres moi le deluge.” I wish I could care. It would make life more interesting.

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      • James 07:32 on November 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        For some, changing the world is about leaving a tangible mark on the place after they’re dead. I can see why you might not be interested by that, since your death seems inconsequential to you.

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    • nowve666 14:40 on November 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I would change the world if I could. But the tiny impact I would have compared to the enormous effort it would take on my part. How about you? Are you active? You know, I just read that the DNC admitted they rigged the primary. And these jokers want me to donate to them? The kept a candidate who could have won from running and put Hillary there. She ran the most lackluster campaign I ever saw. It’s their fault we have Trump. With friends like that, who needs enemies?

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  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 09:15 on March 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    The Cruel Reign of Donald the Wicked 

    King Donald the Wicked

    The theme that unites all of Trump’s initiatives so far is their unnecessary cruelty.

    1.) His new budget comes down especially hard on the poor – imposing unprecedented cuts in low-income housing, job training, food assistance, legal services, help to distressed rural communities, nutrition for new mothers and their infants, funds to keep poor families warm, even “meals on wheels.”

    These cuts come at a time when more American families are in poverty than ever before, including 1 in 5 children.

    Why is Trump doing this? To pay for the biggest hike in military spending since the 1980s. Yet the U.S. already spends more on its military than the next 7 biggest military budgets put together.

    2.) His plan to repeal and “replace” the Affordable Care Act will cause 14 million Americans to lose their health insurance next year, and 24 million by 2026.

    Why is Trump doing this? To bestow $600 billion in tax breaks over the decade to wealthy Americans. This windfall comes at a time when the rich have accumulated more wealth than at any time in the nation’s history.

    The plan reduces the federal budget deficit by only $337 billion over the next ten years – a small fraction of the national debt, in exchange for an enormous amount of human hardship.

    3.) His ban on Syrian refugees and reduction by half in the total number of refugees admitted to the United States comes just when the world is experiencing the worst refugee crisis since World War II.

    Why is Trump doing this? The ban does little or nothing to protect Americans from terrorism. No terrorist act in the United States has been perpetrated by a Syrian or by anyone from the six nations whose citizens are now banned from traveling to the United States. You have higher odds of being struck by lightning than dying from an immigrant terrorist attack.

    4.) His dragnet roundup of undocumented immigrants is helter-skelter – including people who have been productive members of our society for decades, and young people who have been here since they were toddlers.

    Why is Trump doing this? He has no compelling justification. Unemployment is down, crime is down, and we have fewer undocumented workers in the U.S. today than we did five years ago.

    Trump is embarking on an orgy of cruelty for absolutely no reason. This is morally repugnant. It violates every ideal this nation has ever cherished. We have a moral responsibility to stop it.

    Excerpt from: Robert Reich: 4 Reasons the Trump Administration Is Unspeakably Cruel, March 17, 2017

    Robert B. Reich has served in three national administrations, most recently as Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton. His latest book is “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few.” His website is http://www.robertreich.org.

    Photo courtesy https://twitter.com/kingdonaldtrum1

     

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    • Amaterasu Solar 11:33 on March 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I wish I could post a graphic here… I have one I have been tweeting out that says:

      Cut the military
      Feed the poor
      I do not
      Consent to war!

      Yes, Grump is another psychopath puppet for the psychopaths in control, and again, I suggest We withdraw Our consent from systems that promote psychopaths. My latest article:

      I AM anti-New World Order – A Better Way
      http://tapyoureit.boards.net/thread/99/anti-new-world-order

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      • James 15:21 on March 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        You’re still an author here, so you should be able to put any image you like in a new post (as long as it’s of a certain common type supported by WordPress – .jpg, .png, .gif etc). I certainly can.

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  • James 19:51 on December 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Psychopath's Christmas message 

    In the wake of yet another terror attack on European soil, and the end of a rather crummy year for anyone framing themselves as any way liberal, progressive (or indeed as a decent human being), it’s easy to feel disheartened about the future, as though there is no hope. Well there is something you can do, and it’s easy.

    The Syrian civil war, which has so far claimed almost half a million lives has, after five years of brutal fighting, near enough come full circle this week, with President Assad’s forces retaking the rest of Aleppo that had been in rebel hands. What a tragic waste of life, and what a scandal that this has been allowed (made) to happen under our noses. That NATO and Russia have backed opposing sides and are at this stage fighting a proxy war against each other is no secret. The age of relative peace and prosperity some of us have enjoyed for the last few decades seems to be heading in a bloody change of direction.

    Certainly, soon-to-be President Trump’s tweets about bringing back nuclear weapons in a big way is enough to send even a fearless psychopath running to his duvet, as this is surely very bad news indeed for those of us who value peace.

    And then there’s ISIS. They, and terrorism in general, seem to sum up this era we’re living in rather well. They’re international, they appeal to the young and disenfranchised, they use social media as a powerful tool of propaganda, and they’re populist.

    The stereotypical westerner’s reaction, one of fear, a sense of helplessness and an increasingly paranoid and vicious popular feeling against Islam and Muslims, plays into ISIS hands very well. We also do those illiberal, authoritarian control freaks in governments a huge favour. In our fear, and our clamour for security at any cost, we risk handing over all the reins of power to maniacs who will bring nothing but misery. Oh wait, that should have been last year’s Christmas warning, because in America at least, that horse has already bolted…

    But let’s focus on terrorism. The thing about terrorism, what makes it such an effective method of war and why it will probably never be beaten by force, is an individual terrorist only has to ‘get it right’ once. Security forces have to get it right every single time. If they slip up, like they did in Berlin this week, people die.

    Against those odds, it is clear that successful terror attacks are inevitable. Even with the very best security personnel, and the very worst draconian anti-liberal laws, an attack will always occur sooner or later.

    So if fighting is useless, what else can be done? Well, there’s always good old fashioned fear. But no! We can’t respond to such horror with kneejerk reactions and a fearful outlook on the world beyond our front rooms. We shouldn’t build walls and spurn those who are different from us. We should not react with hostility to refugees, Muslims, or foreigners with suspicion or hatred. All of that plays into the hands of terrorists. Terrorists – and nefarious politicians – don’t want peace and goodwill to all men, they want us to be at each other’s throats – christians, muslims, jews, atheists, rich, poor, right, left, you name it.

    The real solution is deceptively simple, but in practise so very complicated.

    The only hope of putting a stop to terrorism and, more widely *all* conflict, forever is to embrace peace.

    This is the most difficult thing in the world, something which will take generations and centuries to achieve and which has every chance of failing. Why? Because it involves talking to, empathising with and building friendships alongside enemies. As a species, we’re not very good at that, but it emphatically is within our skillset. To use just one example, the Troubles in Northern Ireland didn’t cease because one side knocked the other out with superior firepower. No, the IRA and the British government sat down, around a table, and talked to each other – one adversary to another. They talked, they negotiated and they showed willingness to compromise. The solution they came up with (the Good Friday Agreement) isn’t perfect and doesn’t satisfy everyone’s wishes, but it is good enough that the fighting has more or less finished.

    It sounds sanctimonious, and it is. Nonetheless, we have to come together as a species, to love one another, to treat each other with kindness and forgiveness even when we really don’t want to. All of us have to agree that violence, fighting and killing just is wrong, and everyone has to agree not to engage in it, because if everyone (and I do mean everyone) refused to fight, there would be no war.

    You see what I mean? It’s so simple, yet it’s going to be practically impossible to achieve. In the short to medium term, the strong likelihood is that we’re going to carry on making the wrong decisions. The way current affairs are going, things could get a whole lot worse before they get better. But that doesn’t stop you or I from individually making the decision to spurn conflict and embrace peace. Every great movement has to start small, so why not you? Why not us? Why not now?

    Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, happy solstice, yuletide greetings, enjoy the season – to all and any with the patience to read this post to the end.

    Be kind, and love one another.

     
    • liferolle 02:13 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      WOah where you been. It’s all about programming and one world agenda. Coming soon. That’s what I learnt along the way anyway. Plus christ mass is a satanic practice and always was long before the commercial Side of shit.

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      • James 04:53 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Luverly 🙂 Nonetheless, Satan or no Satan, I hope you enjoy the next couple of days and you’re in a good place.

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    • nowve666 08:58 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Merry Christmas, James. Did you draw that picture? Lovely. You sure are full of surprises.

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      • James 10:34 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Don’t be absurd, it sure wasn’t me. Merry Christmas, Fran.

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    • Amaterasu Solar 12:53 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Seems most everything You brought up there is/was a psyop to create fear… ISIS is a CIA/Mossad construct (investigation offers evidence that this is so), existing in photo ops and “news” stories only. I could go on, pointing to the magic murder of ambassadors that do not bleed, gunmen that go from freshly shaved when shooting ambassadors to 5 o’clock shadows in a matter of minutes when They are “taken out…” But You will merely call My critical thinking “paranoia” or some such. LOL! Whatever. Do enjow the season, James.

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      • Amaterasu Solar 12:55 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        er…enjoy! Must proofread, I must!

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      • James 15:57 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        The thing about your theory is even if it’s true, it doesn’t matter. No matter who the ‘enemy’ really is, the only antidote is universal peace, through respect and love. So in that spirit, I wish you all the best for the holiday season, and a healthy and happy new year.

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        • Amaterasu Solar 16:23 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

          Actually, since the foundational problem on this planet is that the systems We consent to promote psychopaths, and the “antidote” is to quit consenting to such systems and consent to ways that promote the caring Ones to take care of things. “If You want peace, take the PROFIT out of war…”

          I chuckle a bit at a psychopath suggesting the solution involves love… But I will say, I care about You (however much You don’t care really about Me). May Your coming years bring satisfaction and comfort, James.

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          • James 18:16 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

            And I have to chuckle at your caring about me when I have given you no reason to do so. That’s not really because of psychopathy, just that we’re total strangers. But feel free (I know you will do what you feel like anyway, so my ‘permission’ won’t mean anything to you!), and have a happy Christmas.

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            • Amaterasu Solar 18:32 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

              Interesting fact about Me, James. I care about everyOne I interact with, whether I like Them or not (and I happen to like much of what I see in what You present). I care about Humanity as a whole and work to free all of Us to lives of leisure and industry of interest. [hugs]

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              • James 18:39 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

                I care about humanity as a whole, but not that much about individuals, especially strangers.

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                • Amaterasu Solar 19:17 on December 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

                  Somehow, James, I don’t think of You as a stranger. One I have never met in the flesh, granted, but You have offered enough of Your thoughts that I feel Our minds have met, if only briefly. [smile]

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                  • James 18:07 on December 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

                    I don’t think they ever have. I say that not to contradict you for the sake of it, merely to tell you the truth.

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    • Andrew 18:27 on December 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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      • Amaterasu Solar 20:46 on December 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Quite curious… What do You have to substantiate that freedom must be earned on a planet We were born to without Our consent, and which was stolen from Us through “trusts” and deceit?

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      • James 18:05 on December 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        If you wish to write essays, you should get your own blog, rather than commenting on mine. I haven’t the time nor the interest to read whatever you wrote, but if you think you’ve got something to say which others will appreciate reading, set up a blog. Since the consensus on here is that you’re a psychopath, we’ll even provide a link in our sidebar so our readers can go and see what you’ve got to say.

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    • Andrew 21:20 on December 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Your own life is proof of that. The moment you are free of your own family, you must make your own way. That is all the proof you need to know that the only guarantee you ever get, is that you are guaranteed a right to life. The other rights, you must earn, on the merits of the success towards goals using your own efforts. When people stop being successful in life, they can be ruined and lose their freedom to the court system, to drugs or to those who take advantage of them.

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      • Amaterasu Solar 22:03 on December 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        That is only if We presume that things are best done the way they are being done, consenting to that way of doing things. The twin towers to psychopaths in power were set up by psychopaths to manipulate and control Us on OUR planet, making Us believe, through indoctrination , that this is the best of all possible ways We could do things. Frankly, I don’t consent to any of it, and work to topple those two towers such that We are no longer slave to the useless eliters, and ALL may live lives of leisure and industry of interest on this vastly abundant planet that could support 1000 times the number here now. Those two towers are top-down controlmind (government), and accounting for Human energy added into the system that accounts for Human energy added and moves the bulk of OUR wealth on this planet to very few psychopaths (money system).

        Sure, if We accept these, We must follow the rules the psychopaths in control put in place. I do not accept them. I do not consent. I consent to better ways, which I discuss at length in many short articles on My forum.

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        • James 18:19 on December 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

          I have to admire you, Amy. You spend so much time trying to convince people who will likely never agree with or support you (i.e. Andrew and myself). That’s so much harder than “preaching to the converted”, and like I said, really must be admired, if nothing else.

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          • Amaterasu Solar 23:05 on December 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

            I anticipate other readers… [smile] Truth told, I don’t care about whether I “win You over” (or whether You admire Me… LOL!). I enjoy placing the ideas out there for Those who read and might grasp that the foundational problem on this planet is psychopaths in control and that the systems We are consenting to promote Them, so no surprise They ARE in control. Maybe Some will also withdraw consent, share awareness, get Us closer to the tipping point.

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    • Andrew 00:26 on December 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I have pretty much summed up everything I had to say during the time that I posted information. It’s unlikely I would start a blog because I don’t find it interesting to talk about myself at all. As far as discussing things are concerned, you will usually be talking at someone’s level of agreement. There is no need, from my end of things, to distract from the subject matter at hand, and it is with this end that one learns to “let sleeping dogs lie”.
      I have learnt quite a bit in the last couple of months that I did not know before. I am definitely better off for having come here and found out what I did. I would hope that someone somewhere, in the now, or the future to come, will find something that will make things a bit clearer, and easier to understand. And with that, you are to find, that I am moving on, to other things.

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      • James 04:40 on December 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        It’s like reading a Boris Johnson speech.

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    • Andrew 01:51 on December 31, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      At least Boris Johnson is a colorful individual. He has lotsof entertainment value. Unlike, for instance, Teresa Vague. There are no psychopaths here. No psychopath would post the stuff that you, James, post. You are a narcissist, without a doubt. As are the “psychopaths” here. This blog should be named: Narcissist Central. No need to worry because a lot of narcissists think they are psychopaths and start blogs about the wonders of psychopathy…ha! The prevailing theme that runs through the whole site, whether empath or not, is a weird sense of entitlement, as though your empathy, or lack of it, it itself confers upon you certain rights to a special group. Only a narcissist, and a special kind of weird “empathy” would come up with that “innocent” view.

      Keep drinking the cool aid. I wrote what I wrote with very good reason. Only some people would see what was written. The rest of them, would literally, blank out, like you did, James. So thanks a lot. In any case, my information is there and I wrote it for a reason, and none of you people were that reason.

      Like I said before, I have gained a lot of information from your blog. I do sincerely thank you. Without your blog it would have taken me longer to realize that some people are beyond redemption and are better left alone to wallow in their own misery. Don’t worry. More misery awaits you down the road. There are always worse things to come for you who looks for them. If you don’t have enough, you could make up some more until you really go bonkers and then you will be in hell. No, ahem.., I meant heaven

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      • James 11:01 on December 31, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        I thought you were fucking off? Go on then, off you pop.

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      • @GeneticPsycho (Tina) 21:34 on January 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        More misery down the road, huh? Psychopaths don’t know misery. I’m no psychopath and I don’t know this misery thing. Why on earth would I be miserable? Glad to be of service to your awakening to the fact that people are beyond redemption. This is not news to me. It does not stop me from doing my humble part at promoting psychopathy awareness, anyway. Don’t worry, be happy.

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      • nowve666 21:31 on February 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        You, Andrew, are probably a narcissist. But I wonder what you fancy yourself as. Since you think you know what a psychopath would post and what he wouldn’t post, I wonder if you think you are one. How else could you know what a psychopath would post?

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    • Andrew 00:09 on January 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I keep threatening to fuck off, but just can’t seem to manage it. I have a constant need to be the centre of attention and to talk shit about people I’ve never met. This is because I have no life; I spend my days trolling people on various websites.

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      • @GeneticPsycho (Tina) 08:41 on January 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Some psychopaths are more narcissistic than others. Some are more jovial and fun-loving. Some are more serious and morbid. There is a variety, just like in the rest of the population. How many psychopaths do you know? Because you can’t paint them all with the same brush.

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      • @GeneticPsycho (Tina) 10:52 on January 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Andrew, your “trolling” does not bother me. I am curious to know what gets you up in the morning? What is your motivation for proceeding through your day and doing it again tomorrow? If you are so inclined to answer?

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    • Andrew 10:36 on January 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I like to play

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    • andy 13:11 on March 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      No such thing as a psychopath. But there are reactionists and special flakes which comprises most of those who are here. Basically, a site full of losers who post bullshit.

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