Sunday, January 1, 2012

Why I hate narcissists

Here is a good illustration of the differences between narcissists and sociopaths that I found here:

Narcissist wolf says to everyone:
"I'm a sheep, I'm a sheep, I'm in the sheep club. The sheep are the best. Those wolves are terrible. You have to be a special sheep to be in the high-wool club like me. If you don't believe I'm a sheep then you are calling me a liar. I was only eating meat because my boss made me do it. I was howling at the moon because you made me angry. I have always been a sheep. You are paranoid, I don't have canine teeth. You are imagining it. I'm a sheep. I won best sheep of the year award. We have to be on the look out for SueTarget. She's a wolf in sheeps' clothing. I am the one that did all the work. SueTarget messed it all up. SueTargets's fur looks fake. I'm the biggest sheep so I should be the boss. I have every right to punish SueTarget and eat her. It will be good for her, and teach her a lesson. I'm not doing it for me, I'm doing it for the team. I have to be the enforcer here and eat bad sheeps to help keep society clean. I used to be a vegetarian but because all these lazy sheep won't do anything, I am forced into keeping order and forced into being the bad guy and have to do all the eating of sheep."

Sociopath wolf says:
"Become the sheep. Believe you are the sheep. Keep the wolf hidden. Don't act like a narcissist and don't try to "talk your way". Become the sheep. Do sheep things. Behave like sheep. No one will see the wolf. Baa baa baa. Eat grass for a while. Give up meat for a while. Tell the sheep things that will make them feel good about themselves. Gain their trust. Be humble. Make them the center of attention. Get them to lower their defenses. Tell them you lost your teeth in a car accident and your parents could only afford wolf-teeth replacements. Keep past a secret so they don't research. Let them do all the talking. Then when the time is right, devour! It is worth the sacrifice and the wait. Then on a polygraph when they ask if I am a sheep, I will have all the sheep memories because I became a sheep. I have memories of eating grass and living like a sheep. I'm telling the truth."

290 comments:

  1. Narcissists are dull and relatively unimaginative. They tend to co-opt ideas from others and take credit for others' accomplishments. Plus, their inability to pay attention when someone else is talking is quite tiresome.

    Sociopaths, on the other hand, tend to be original thinkers, daring, exciting. They may be acutely aware of and interested in others (for reasons other than to compare and be envious). Even if I am ultimately devoured, I'll take a sociopath everytime.

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  2. Narcissists are very cool. They must be cool and sharp in order to succeed to draw the attention around.

    They must be imaginative in order to pop up in the eyes of the audience and to extract the dose of worshipping that they need.

    Not that that's very hard, when you're mainly surrounded by unimaginative sheeps. I can tell from my own experience.

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  3. Either way, both are liars.

    What drives me mad with them is that they will not acknowledge that they liars. They completely do also believe they are sheep. It is obvious they are not but the empaths don't see it.

    They see the narcissist as annoying, stupid, full of themselves and most assume they are just jerks and leave it there. If they ever do something wrong you hear the same story, "Oh he was crazy, so self-centered, of course he do such-and-such"

    The public fears the sociopath so much because we are aware and in control of when we are being sheep. We believe ourselves to be predictable, we are logical within ourselves - but to the outside world, when we strike it stuns them. To them we are beyond full comprehension, when we strike out they say "We never saw it coming. He seemed so normal."

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  4. Very illuminating. A great analogy.

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  5. God now I believe I understand fully why you hate narcissists.

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  6. This is very well done. However; I've always thought the malignant narcissist, to be one who is a wolf trying to convince a bunch of sheep, that he is a god.

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  7. A narcissist may see the socio's game and play along all the while laughing on the inside at what a fool they are. Set traps for them to fail; exploit their weakness when then fall and they always do. Stupid stupid socio you think we don't recognize you're a wolf but we do and we'll let you walk around baa baa baa all day all the while pointing you in the direction of our front yard. I mean if you're gonna be a sheep eat the damn grass and help me out. Although I am a narcissist I do tend to have socio tendancies in my complete disregard for anyone outside of what I feel to be my "circle" of people who matter to me. But for those inside of the circle I am loyal as long as that loyalty is returned WITHOUT waver! I give no second chances. I offer no excuses. I am me. People fear me. People love me. People respect me. I married a socio and it was his lack of regard for rules that continued to get him introuble all the while I the "far less cunning" and "boring" narcissist could yank the chain and still have control. Maybe I'm confused???

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  8. Jesus Christ on a stick, people are full of themselves. Maybe your mommy shouldn't have told you you were special when you were younger. I will right now, you're a sack of meat and viscous fluids, get the hell over yourself!! You're a stupid monkey (sorry, I mean ape) just like the rest of us, you aren't entitled to anything more than anyone else.

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  9. If you'll weren't so fucked up, you could free up a lot of your time and quit trying to act like sheep, think about sheep, figure out how to trick sheep, eat sheep, think like sheep, look like sheep, figure out what relationship you have to sheep, quit congratulating youself on your superiority to sheep which is only a disquised form of envy of sheep, and just be sheep. I feel pity for you.

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  10. So what would you say of the narcisstic sociopath? Would he be both trying to show off how sheepishly handsome he is as the same time as he is fixing up his sheep costume to better suit his needs?

    -CC
    constructedcharisma@gmail.com

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  11. Wow if that is hate then how do you feel about sheep? You guys are like demons in the flesh.

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  12. I personally find narcissists rather helpful sometimes. Most people see them for what they are, or at least get a sense of it, and they don't like it. It can be great to juxtapose myself against a narcissist as in the eyes of the audience I always come out looking better: more reasonable, more sympathetic, more real. That makes it much easier to gain the audience's trust and sympathy and then I can pick and choose how to exploit it. I don't mind narcissists at all as they make great stage props to help me win over hearts and minds. Subtlety and a bit a false modesty goes a long way in the company of a raving narcissist.

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  13. Learn and Do, Learn and Do... Sheep were biblical sacrifices, so be it. We all have a place in the order of things. It's no socio's fault that narcissits are below us on the food chain. I'd rather be a wolf that could pass a polygraph any day.

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  14. I love Dionysius' comment. It's what happens when a sociopath meets a narcissist! Exploit, exploit, exploit.

    My mother is a pathological narcissist, my father a psychopath. This describes their sick but beautifully symbiotic relationship. Too bad they had kids, though.

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  16. You all are pretty pathetic, why is everyone here pretending to be self-diagnosed sociopaths and/or narcissists. Could any of you cry out "give me attention, i'm special" any louder? Seriously, get a life you losers and stop living in your fantasy land, you guys are worse than goths and emo scenster kids.

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  17. Previous comment- another lame, pissy comment from one of the sheep. As a female narcissistic sociopath, I can definately say that narcissists can be very handy indeed! It is so sweet to find one! They can be turned, you know. One can turn them into a sociopath, if they are narcissistic enough. Tis merry fun doing that- my heart goes all a flutter!! And the sex is just GREAT!!! I think they were put here for our pleasure!! YAY!!!!! ;)

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  18. To the dumb cunt above this comment: Get a life you lousy whore, you aren't convincing anyone that you have any problems other than borderline personality disorder. Seriously, you're one stupid fat ugly cunt. Lmao.

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  19. I'm in the process of divorcing a pathological liar. He has no remorse, no feelings, no sense of guilt or responsibility. He also thinks he's going to save the World. He's a Pastor of a Ministry in Arizona and he lies thru his teeth to gain sympathy which in turn gives him money, praise and power. He took my family for 1000's. He left me 3 times the 6 months married. He lied to me about what he made prior to getting married. Told my sister to buy into his online marketing shopping portal that she too would be making 7 mill a year like him. He dressed the part, played the part. Very charming & convincing. Our circle of friends became huge quickly.. until nothing he said lined up. I asked him to get a mental evaluation, he said.. I should simply love him for him. Um ya.. but where did the guy on the beach go.. that day we got married? My husband switched into a parnoid personality when confronted with anything he might have to explain. He kept his past a secret. I trusted him b/c he said he was a Pastor. (In another state) Once his past of burning bridges, taking jobs from contractors, not paying debts to friends or sponsors back.. owing the IRS 292k he would back pedal and call me the accuser of lies, basically he called me satan. Oh joy. No responsibility or accountability EVER! There are so many examples, but once I was onto him, I admit I was a pit bull in for the kill. I knew he was lying to me, He even openly admitted to lying about lying! WTH! What I wanted most was for him to say I'm sorry. Get a mental eval, get on meds. And go about our life together. However.. after 6 months of him being gone and doing research on people with no remorse or regard. I am just great with him running from our marriage. I'm sorry but I do not think a sociopath or psychopath can get the meds or rehab to see & understand the devestation & pain someone like myself, my children, family & friends goes thru b/c of them.
    Thank you,
    YUCCA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

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  20. He has no remorse, no feelings, no sense of guilt or responsibility. He also thinks he's going to save the World. He's a Pastor of a Ministry in Arizona…

    I always find the pastor without a conscience thing interesting. I believe my father, who himself is a pastor, is a “compensated psychopath,” borrowing a term from Adolf Guggenb├╝hl-Craig. He developed a way of thinking that is entirely fundamentalist and fool-proof as a means of compensating for his own lack of love. He, like me, saw the emptiness within. Unlike me, he clings to religion as a means of denying what he knows is true about himself. It’s fascinating to watch, now that I get it.

    I also considered following in his footsteps. After all, I could. I can say all the right things, push all the right buttons, and have those people eating out of the palm of my hands. I just didn’t know if it was worth the effort.

    I'm sorry but I do not think a sociopath or psychopath can get the meds or rehab to see & understand the devestation & pain someone like myself, my children, family & friends goes thru b/c of them.

    Try to get over it real quick like. The only person’s whose understanding you need is your own.

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  21. I stumbled upon the site by accident and had the sudden relization that i fit the s/p profile to a capital T. ive always known i was diffenrent always tryin to analize how a situation works best for me. I've gone back to reading this blog from the begining and felt compeled to finally commit here because an earlier comment hits very close to home. My father was a preacher-man and he chose a cultish religion to be his mask. It was his identity going to meetings, spreading the word of god etc etc.. Anyways I started questioning his uprightness when he called once from a womans phone and i identified the number on the caller id but he said it was a payphone then later a cell phone. I was maybe 15 at the time and this shattered my world. Up untill this point i had always thought i was better then everyone else out of a sense of entitlment. My Dad was awesome, we had the true religion, I had an identity that was forced on me and was never able to develope my own. Up untill then i only watched all the other kids on the outside world not understanding why they interacted the way they were nor was i allowed to. I longed to be like a normal kid but alas i could only look out the window and think what it was like to be a normal kid in the everyday world. By 5th grade i needed to be the center of attention in school i was well liked but so very lonley as I wasnt allowed to be friends with them i only acted like they were my friends. Once the image i had of my dad was shatered though i guess i needed a sense of new reality and i took of my religous mask to see what was underneath but alas nothing was there.

    It was at this point when i began reaching out and copying those around me so i could feel a sense of belonging. The first 2 years were hard as i attached to another p/s never relizing how bad i was being treated because i feel no emotions. Things that normally upset people dont phase me, But the things that upset me are lil things that normally dont upset people are sometimes enough to set me off. This is the way my dad was so im sure that p/s is genetic as well as a product of upbring. when your in a religous family i think mask wearing just becames sort of a survival tool for people like us. After two years of trying to fit in i was finally able to "connect" with the artsy, emo kids. I wore the clothes and listend to the music so i was accepted. I always veiw myself through the eyes of others because i need to project a certain image of myself so the dont see what i really am ... a monster. j/k only your overly freindly s/p. After so much of my life( im in my late twenties now) trying to figure out why im diffenrent, why i always think about myself, why i have a wild vivid imagination, why i scavange, why i make mean comments, and why i dont care about anybody else's feling unless i have to, I finnaly know why. Evolution made me this way...

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  23. Why is it eat or be eaten? What does it take to stand with a s/p?

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  24. I think it takes an ability to steadfastly rationalize your emotions. without fail.

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  25. Why the sociopath hates the narsissist??? Because the narsissist is the only one with the power to abuse a sociopath. I think abuse is the only thing a sociopath can feel and the narsisist loves to give it. Sociopath's are more like vampires. Seductive and cunning. Narsissists are the wolves. No bs we'll just rip your heart out and you'll keep coming back for more.

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  26. its so scary to read when you guys talk about narcissists vs sociopaths.

    i have what i suspect to be a sociopath at my new workplace, and its funny as hell (most of the time, he manages to stress me at times:))
    what makes it funny is that sociopaths when you know what they are become quite predictable (i am sure this predictability will fade when he realizes that i know..).

    i wonder whats wrong with me though and now im excited to see if he uses me in some special way.. i suspect im a narcisist or borderline.. been reading about both for long time and i have many of the symptoms for both..

    anyway, its fun to investigate further :D

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  27. Sociopaths are like the lions who stalk their prey from a distance before striking. While narcs will have you believing they're a lost, tormented house cat until they turn and rip your face off.

    While they'd never admit it, I think Sociopaths sees narcs as a threat to their most coolest mental dysfunctions thrones coz Sociopathy got old when people started setting up internet forums to discuss how detached and apathetic they were to everybody else.

    Now you've got the self diagnosed with a lil bit of everything plz giving us the most cliched descriptions of 'turning prey' and hate filled sex. Why don't you just change your username to 'look at me, please look at me. I have no emotions and talk real nasty. How cool am I?'

    Either way, if I was moronic enough to get involved with any, I'd rather have a sociopath who'll get bored and move on to the next target than the malignant narcissist making it their personal mission to destroy me over and over until the day I die.

    Tip the apple cart with a sociopath and you're just ruining his game. Narcs take it personally.
    They really are nasty, vicious little things who just love to hold a grudge and there's nobody more frightening or cunning than a wounded narc with a score to settle.

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  28. This is a sociopathic narcsissit

    http://www.southparkstudios.com/clips/154200/cartman-beats-up-jimmy

    I had a friend like this who was much older than me, still living at home because of his lack of life skills or laziness, that had to be tutored on human behavior and decorum. He as a pitful self absorbed and insincere slob, but just as vicious, but not effective as a 'normal' adult sociopath.

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  29. @Lotus
    "Either way, if I was moronic enough to get involved with any, I'd rather have a sociopath who'll get bored and move on to the next target than the malignant narcissist making it their personal mission to destroy me over and over until the day I die."

    There are different styles of sociopath. They can be amicable sociopaths and still play the same game of getting back at you over and over, because of their bruised ego or your real or percieved affront to them. Either way this is a matter of the individual as you know them over time. I know and amicable sociopath that would use social norms and guidlines to get back at me in polite yet vicious ways.

    As well he did with others because he was brought up with 'proper' guidelines, but with everything taken into consideration and because of his again, lack of maturity and life skills, seemed more of an covertly angry teenager than a 52 year old mature man. In this case this person was laughable, if not able to get me angry and upset with his ego games, manipulation and tricks.

    Both narcissistic as well as sociopathic, if he could pull of pulling me back into his game by exploiting my or others 'good nature' either for pure gain (no malice intended) or for a grudge he would fancy himself clever and justified.

    Having a sociopathic father who ruined my life, I knew this guy 20 years and did not pick up on him, until I was able to confront the amicable sociopath in my own midst. The former having a very profound distructive effect on my life. But one thing is true, you never see it coming, and you never expect it. Because of this style they never lash out or back, just slither away and wait for their opportunity. Then it's much like a cat torturing a bird, it's just fascinating to them, but they feel no pain or remorse. A cat will toy with the bird, break it's wings so it cannot fly away, and while it's flailing in panic and pain, it will just amuse itself by torturing it.

    I have found a way, if not the dark side or maybe not. For if I be right and righteous, to get back at these types of "people". I sort of stumbled upon it mostly by accident. Because sociopaths cannot feel psychic pain as empaths do, they have no reverence, etc., they do no deal with that 'realm' that is outside of their reach and above.

    It's sort of like praying, meditating, without anger without ego. But the result is that I have been able to cause the problematic sociopaths in my life incredible physical pain, hint: since they do not feel psychic pain, they do not 'hear' that small inner voice, it is the one eyed man in their land of the blind...the mouse that roared, they cannot operate in that realm. But don't expect your efforts to cause them to be more human or get back at them, it is only a safe guard that the wise will have to figure out for themselves... to me it's more of a celestial fail safe, to prevent these 'people' from destroying your soul/life, etc.

    You cannot retaliate in anger, but you can cause them enough physical pain to keep them busy for a while or banish them from your sight, with your own soul or pure thought.

    I maybe full of SH*% or as you might say nuts, but if you are reading this and don't believe it, so be it, it works for me.

    Fear more an insincere friend than a wild animal; A wild animal will hurt your body, but an insincere friend will hurt your mind.

    Cheers!

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  30. My mother is narsissistic and scary. She actually scares the living shit out of me. I havnt talked to her for 4 years and I am really scared of all this genetic talk about narcissistics being genetically formed. I am just learning all of this and im extremely desperate for an answer. What can i do to never be like her? I cant change the fact that shes my mom.. but is it possible that im not a sociopathic narcissistic.. i want to admitt that im wrong about things and i want the opposite of what she does..

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  31. Oh empaths see them alright. Empaths can spot them from a mile away. We can even spot them without actually seeing or meeting them, but just from seeing and hearing things they write or things that people who meet them write or say. They are very, very easy to spot. And we empaths are busy with ways of protecting humans from them. They really can't hide who they are. It's like they are shouting it out all the time. So just tag them and keep away from them. Minimize your exposure. Don't be a sheep.

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  32. You can trick a narcissist because their big ego is their achilles' heel

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  33. i hate Narcissist and Sociopaths. You people are sick inhuman jerks. You weren't created right. People were supposed to be created with empathy and a conscience and they should have the ability to love other people. This is human nature and if you cannot do these things you are not human you are satan's child. He is the father of the liar and you guys are liars. I am not a sissy or an empath or even a highly sensitive person I just simply think you guys a gross just like mags on rotten chilli. You guys are like a dog with rabies going around chasing people to the death. ha ha I just want one bite out of you thats all...promise I don't have rabies...you won't die I promise---liars. Filthy liars. You guys are empty vessels and soul less monsters. I should feel sad that you guys can't feel true love because it is a lot more fulfilling then the stupid games you guys play. You guys are really missing out and you don't even know it. I feel for you roaches and I am better then all of you you sack of rat leftovers. Instead of being proud that you are a filthy disgusting phony person you should be seeking professional help....lol

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  34. I am a recovering sociopath who just became self-aware. Now that I understand what I am naturally inclined to be, I am even more grateful for God's presence in my life. Left to my own devices, I don't have much of a conscience. I never understood what predisposed me to being so callous and unempathetic, when the vast majority of my Christian acquaintances have a much easier time playing nice. This cluster of traits and behavioural patterns actually has a name. Huh.

    So lemme shed the sheep's clothing for a sec and bare my fangs. To the last "anonymous" poster- the charmer who thinks the lot of us are inhuman jerks who weren't created right: I am a recovering sociopath, not a soulless monster, and I'd wager that my life is infintely richer and more meaningful than yours, for you clearly harbour a great deal of hatred, and no one who hates his fellow man has the love of God in Him. That would make *you* Satan's child, bright-ass. So while you're currently on a freight train to Hell, *this* psychopath is going to spend an eternity in Heaven, in the presence and power of Almighty God. How ironic is that? Booyah! He he ;)

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  35. Excuse my interruption. A sociopath is not a psychopath. Yes they both have antisocial behavior, however, a sociopath can be empathetic to people that they care about. Where as a psychopath cannot. A sociopath is more of a learned behavior, a product of their environment. A psychopath is born without a conscience. A psychopath is methodic and plans their crimes. A sociopath gets mad right now in your face. A sociopath doesn't want drama but it finds them and sets them off. A psychpath creates drama for others to play in their plot for evilness. Sooo are you a sociopath or a psychopath? You can't be both.

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  36. See now that is the part I haven't figured out yet. Hare seems to use the two terms interchangeably, and ASPD has become like a catch-all, psychological dustbin. You appear somewhat biased in your definitions, as my research has not born out these conclusions. Then again, I am just starting to learn about all of this, so my comprehension of the matter remains necessarily restricted, for the time being.

    My fledgling opinion is that the toxic behavioural patterns exhibited by antisocial types in general are consistently reinforced everytime you they are indulged. Because they are sinful by nature, they harden a person's heart more and more each time. And I have sinned... a LOT.

    Though I have not been self-aware long, I am beginning to suspect that empathy and sociopathy are a spectrum, and that some of us are predisposed to live near the edges, whereas most of us cluster somewhere in the middle. (And hey! I've always been an extremist, to put it mildly.)

    While I don't like to think of myself as a psychopath, my earlier behaviour is frankly more consistent with psychopathy. I was young, however, and my life had yet to be tempered by the mediating influence of the Holy Spirit. According to the definition you posit, I would say that I am sociopathic, but then, I tend to prefer it, because it sounds more like how I would describe myself.

    Nevertheless, I am currently dealing with the fact that I have a lot of baggage; baggage I hadn’t realized is quite so abnormal as I am now forcing myself to acknowledge. As a therapeutic exercise, I wrote down as many incidences of antisocial behaviour as I could remember; reading through them would certainly be enough to make a normal person's skin crawl.

    As a teenager I was formally diagnosed with ODD, but I rarely told my therapist the truth about anything, and I certainly didn't tell her about all the vandalism, gratuitous destruction of property, violence, theft, substance abuse etc. I was the walking poster child for conduct disorder. I was also utterly reckless, daring and virtually fearless, and these characteristics all point to psychopathy.

    The toxic and abusive patterns continue to some extent, but their edges have softened, the violence has subsided almost eniterly, and the truly "psycho" stuff has ended, pun intended. :) Thanks to my faith, I have a very well developed sense of ethics keeping me in check. Though I cannot feel profound remorse, I can intellectually acknowledge my need to recognize these abusive patterns and choose to stop them. This, I believe, is my version of repentence.

    So yeah. I dunno, actually.

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  37. I would actually say a psychopath instead of a sociopath. As it sounds like you have learned to "mimic" behavior to fit in. A sociopath cannot. They tend to be loners and would never contemplate fixing their behavior. Sociopaths tend to be the Ed Geins and psychopaths are more like Ted Bundy. And keep in mind these two were extremes of antisocial behavior. Psychopaths tend to be higher functioning individuals. That is why they can "fit in" their intelligence level is way higher and more developed than a sociopaths. They also are more dangerous and harder to catch. But also it sounds as if this may be hereditary which also is more of psychopath. As I stated in my previous post sociopaths are a product of their environment. Psychopaths inherit these genes from parents. This is just my opinion, however, and I am not a professional. Just life experience with a loved one.

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  38. Interesting. What made you realize there might be a genetic component in my case? I don't mention any family history in this succession of posts.

    My father indeed spent 7 years in prison for aggravated assault. I think he may have ripped someone's ear off. He was a terribly violent man in his youth.

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  39. Ok. That question was facetious. All you would have had to do was read the post in which I mentioned ODD for the first time; it isn't that much of a stretch. I just wanted to hear you say it. :)

    So I guess I'll blow the anon, since I will likely end up posting from time to time.

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  40. Actually it was all of your posts rolled up into one. A sociopath is not quite this intelligent. Nor would they use the wolf trying to be a sheep for they are the thorny brush that those sheep keep brushing up against and they want to kill just bcoz they're sheep. A psychopath is capable of being a sheep to fit in. To get what they want. And if they have turned down the criminal path they are usually the hardest to catch bcoz even the sheep believe the wolf is a sheep. A sociopath will eventually be an idiot and do a criminal act and be caught because they are angry and in a rush to inflict payback A psychopath is intelligent enough to know that society does seem to frown on this behavior and is a sheep baa baa. Not all psychopaths display criminal behavior This is because they find other ways to stimulate their need for manipulating the sheep that they can legally get away with. As I said and keep repeating psychopaths are intelligent. A sociopath would never post a blog trying to say they are a wolf in sheep clothing. However, it is actually my opinion that you are neither. But that is just my opinion. I feel you love to write and have been having issues with a female. And you wish you could be one of these evil demented individuals just once. If I am correct please don't say so I have quite enjoyed these conversations

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  41. Oh! I didn't write the original post, just the one in which I stated that I am a recovering sociopath, as opposed to a soulless monster. I then responded to your inquiry about whether I am a sociopath or a psychopath.

    Truth be told, I do not think that I am either at this point: I believe that I had a very real encounter with Jesus as a young adult that changed the course of my life forever.

    My belief in Christ has given me the moral compass and identity I have always lacked, but I still struggle with many issues that I have not been able to resolve over the years.

    My past is a horror story littered with abusive behaviours and criminal acts. I cheated whenever I could, lied constantly, delighted in antagonizing authority figures, abused drugs and alcohol, was *very* promiscuous, and got into fights often, mostly to alleviate boredom.

    In short, I was headed like a freight train into a life of criminality and destruction. The seeds of evil that had been planted in me were maturing, and the Bible teaches that the fruit of sin is death:

    “... each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death.” –James 1: 14-15

    I still have a LOT of trouble controlling my temper, which tends to flare up on account of little things that most people would deem inconsequential. It is hard for me to get through a single day without hurting anyone or lasping into verbal abuse- in spite of having been a devout Christian for over 10 years! I admit that I also have several co-morbid disorders relating to poor impulse control, including mild substance abuse and ADHD.

    My sex life is violent, devoid of affection, and deviant. I never have any dsire to "make love", although I *am* faithful to my spouse. Nevertheless, were it not for the Bible, I would be completely depraved.

    The list goes on and on.

    In some ways, I cherish my dark little hole… my concealed life. Often, I am tempted to shut off my emotions and any guilt I do experience, which is admittedly shallow. I have experienced moments of repentance in prayer, but upon reflection, I am forced to confess that these consist more of an intellectual understanding that I have wronged someone, as opposed to a feeling of profound remorse.

    In short, the twisted inner landscape of my mind stands in very stark contradiction to the Christian self I try to internalize and project. This is a difficult thing for me to acknowledge.

    I am sometimes tempted to backslide upon all my progress, throw up my hands, and say “screw it.” Those old habits and mindsets are always just there, tantalizingly accessible, because they are still a part of who I am. This is especially true now that I have become self-aware! It would be so easy for me to feed my natural predisposition toward emotional callousness.

    But here is the key: I consciously recognize that the behaviours and attitudes to which I am prone to are destructive, so I seek to eradicate them from my life, out of my reverence for God. I want to identify and uproot my antisocial tendencies, because I want God- and not the darkness- to be ultimately victorious in me.

    You see, I don’t WANT to be evil, but the truth is, I remain hedonistic and attracted to what is dark and perverse. I can silence my conscience at will. I can numb my emotions. If it were not for my faith restraining my behavior, I wouldn’t be nice… at all.

    So what am I? I still don't know. I just began this process of profound introspection about a week ago. If I am a recovering psychopath, I am certainly not a pure one. But I am ready to acknowledge the truth about myself.

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  42. Oh! I didn't write the original post, just the one in which I stated that I am a recovering sociopath, as opposed to a soulless monster. I then responded to your inquiry about whether I am a sociopath or a psychopath.

    Truth be told, I do not think that I am either at this point: I believe that I had a very real encounter with Jesus as a young adult that changed the course of my life forever.

    My belief in Christ has given me the moral compass and identity I have always lacked, but I still struggle with many issues that I have not been able to resolve over the years.

    My past is a horror story littered with abusive behaviours and criminal acts. I cheated whenever I could, lied constantly, delighted in antagonizing authority figures, abused drugs and alcohol, was *very* promiscuous, and got into fights often, mostly to alleviate boredom.

    In short, I was headed like a freight train into a life of criminality and destruction. The seeds of evil that had been planted in me were maturing, and the Bible teaches that the fruit of sin is death:

    “... each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death.” –James 1: 14-15

    I still have a LOT of trouble controlling my temper, which tends to flare up on account of little things that most people would deem inconsequential. It is hard for me to get through a single day without hurting anyone or lasping into verbal abuse- in spite of having been a devout Christian for over 10 years! I admit that I also have several co-morbid disorders relating to poor impulse control, including mild substance abuse and ADHD.

    My sex life is violent, devoid of affection, and deviant. I never have any dsire to "make love", although I *am* faithful to my spouse. Nevertheless, were it not for the Bible, I would be completely depraved.

    The list goes on and on.

    In some ways, I cherish my dark little hole… my concealed life. Often, I am tempted to shut off my emotions and any guilt I do experience, which is admittedly shallow. I have experienced moments of repentance in prayer, but upon reflection, I am forced to confess that these consist more of an intellectual understanding that I have wronged someone, as opposed to a feeling of profound remorse.

    In short, the twisted inner landscape of my mind stands in very stark contradiction to the Christian self I try to internalize and project. This is a difficult thing for me to acknowledge.

    I am sometimes tempted to backslide upon all my progress, throw up my hands, and say “screw it.” Those old habits and mindsets are always just there, tantalizingly accessible, because they are still a part of who I am. This is especially true now that I have become self-aware! It would be so easy for me to feed my natural predisposition toward emotional callousness.

    But here is the key: I consciously recognize that the behaviours and attitudes to which I am prone to are destructive, so I seek to eradicate them from my life, out of my reverence for God. I want to identify and uproot my antisocial tendencies, because I want God- and not the darkness- to be ultimately victorious in me.

    You see, I don’t WANT to be evil, but the truth is, I remain hedonistic and attracted to what is dark and perverse. I can silence my conscience at will. I can numb my emotions. If it were not for my faith restraining my behavior, I wouldn’t be nice… at all.

    So what am I? I still don't know. I just began this process of profound introspection about a week ago. If I am a recovering psychopath, I am certainly not a pure one. But I am ready to acknowledge the truth about myself.

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  43. You're a fuckin' mumbling stuttering little fuck. You know that?

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  44. Ah :)

    Bait. Delish. Should I feel honoured?

    AnonyMousE: Are you implying that my recycling bits of writing, and inserting them within context of later posts, renders me into a stuttering fool? I remember concepts, as I have defined them, as paragraphs of information in my mind. It is part of what contributes to my verbal intelligence. Fault me for intellectual laziness, if you wish, or a lack of creativity, but “stuttering” is a crude and inaccurate misnomer, at best.

    I wonder whether you really expect me to stoop so low as to respond to this quip with hostility...? That I have violent tendencies as opposed to scheming ones does not mitigate my capacity to identify and equal the best manipulators. I am not a woman lacking in social graces. ;)

    Now let's cut to the chase and get to the crux of the matter: the “weak” point in my post, shall we?

    "In short, the twisted inner landscape of my mind stands in very stark contradiction to the Christian self I try to internalize and project. This is a difficult thing for me to acknowledge."

    There it is, yes?

    That dark core... that twisted inner landscape- which I have spent years cultivating and nurturing- is precisely what I must tame, sublimate, or eradicate, in order to self-actualize. This is my sacrifice.

    That which the world defines as strength, is, in reality, abject weakness. Strength, as defined by those exercising power within the current system- ultimately strips people of their humanity, because it requires a hardening of the heart to weild.

    Chew on that and get back to me.

    A bit later, when I've had the chance to sleep off the beer ;)

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  45. "But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me." 2 Cor. 12:9

    Oh, and *wield... for the grammar kings and queens among us ;)

    G'night

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  46. PS: The "sociopath wolf" applies to me up until the point of "devour". Instead, I seek to "empower".

    Because I believe I am a sheep, you see... I have the most awesome Shepherd;)

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  47. It's like watching a sock puppet talk to itself.

    Fascinating.~

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  48. Why did you write all that shit in response to one little comment from an anon Alterego? To me it looks like you took the bait.

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  49. I did, indeed... One itty bitty comment.
    Mmmmmm...








    vw: bessoted...


    Oh, the irony!

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  50. The sociopath one feels very sad, to me.








    Hi TNP

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  51. @Daniel Someone like Alterego met Jesus, felt Him, knows Him. Your father used a "concept" of Jesus as a tool. That is an entirely different thing. It is the difference between seeing someone in a crowd and passionately making love to someone.

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  52. Recovering sociopathJanuary 1, 2012 at 6:42 AM

    12 steps program for recovering sociopaths:

    1. We admitted we were powerless over our sociopathy — that our lives had become unmanageable.

    2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

    3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.

    4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

    5. Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.

    6. Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

    7. Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.

    8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

    9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

    10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.

    11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.

    12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to sociopaths, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.

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  53. Alterego is becoming someone they want to be with the help of someone they can't see, it's amazing and powerful.

    Weak? Not at all. Enjoyable, just read how much they enjoy every part of them waking up to all the possiblities that were never available before.

    I'm amazed by what they have to say and their insight.

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  54. Theme Songs for SW RegularsJanuary 1, 2012 at 8:28 AM

    Theme Song for Alterego no 2


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Us-TVg40ExM

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  55. Is anyone home?

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  56. AlterEgo said...
    In some ways, I cherish my dark little hole… my concealed life.


    if you cherish your dark little hole, then i'm not sure you can truly cherish the Light, only use it for its cover.

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  57. Why do you people say "happy new year"? You think that shit is going to give us a happy year? And when you say "I wish you a happy new year" do you honestly wish us to have a happy year or do you say it to be polite? It's time for you to shut up and to stop wishing us a happy year, your wishes aren't going to give us anything.

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  58. We are multifaceted creatures, dear Zoe.

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  59. Happy new year Extremity!

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  61. definitely the aspie

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  62. @David

    Stop looking for personality disorders everytime you see something wrong with somebody. That kid is depressed and shy. His loneliness drove him a bit crazy too. Tell him to commit suicide, it'll save him from a lot of misery.

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  63. @Extremity

    Happy New Year.

    I trust no one killed anyone last night. I was hoping a few of you killed yourselves, but it looks like that's a big no.

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  64. Anonymous said...
    We are multifaceted creatures, dear Zoe.


    not at the core

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  65. @Zoe At the core, we are bad, flawed.

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  67. This blog has gotten dull quickly. All of these blogs are re-hashed and trite. Compose original material, or don't bother at all.

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  68. No one needs your input either (not that you have any) so good bye Anon 9:47. Have a interesting life :P

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  69. Hey Zoe.

    Why are you here? <3

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  70. "Ugh. So much text!"

    No kidding. I suppose if I had something spectacularly Christian to say, it would seem like I'm just trying to bring salvation, to the rotting souls of the sociopathic world.

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  71. All souls are rotting including the Pope, Mother Teresa, Ghandi, Buddha, and the Dhali Lama. That is the point, which your genius seems to have missed, Raven.

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  72. And it's the next afternoon again! Happy day of yesterday everyone.

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  73. who cares what gets posted in the blog i rarely even bother reading it the comment section is the main event thats where the drama is

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  74. "That is the point, which your genius seems to have missed, Raven."

    Oh... Never would I claim genius. No sir. I'm the dullest bulb in the light fixture for sure. That's why I come here, so that someone all knowing; such as yourself, can teach me the secrets of the cosmos.

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  75. I love M.E.'s article today. The narc sheep is so amusingly accurate it made me want to burn down a certain barn. Love it. I think I actually prefer the socio sheep. At least there's some honest skill there.


    Hi Raven! Yes! How did the family drama eve turn out last night? Do you need help burying bodies or anything today?

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  76. Shit flingging monkeyJanuary 1, 2012 at 11:21 AM

    Did your husband let you off punishment MK for embarrassing him last time you were on?

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  77. Only one, Haven. My cousin's dog hung himself last night. May he rest in peace.

    As for the family drama: I'm working on a resolution.

    How is your day so far?

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  78. My condolences.

    My day is going well. Just finished a 2 hour work out at the gym. Gonna clean a bunch. Relax, and potentially see GF b/c it's her birthday. idk, we'll see. I'm hoping for a super relaxing day.

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  79. You don't have to hope for a relaxing day. You just make it that way. It's yours anyway. I'm not going to do shit, other than taking a nice long walk. I'm good at that.
    Today is my brother's birthday. But I was with him up to 1 this morning, so I think we're good.

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  80. Birdick's father was a preacher man, and a "compensated psychopath" at that. That explains a lot. What's that void inside of you feel like, Birdick? What did you fill it with?

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  81. Theme Songs for SW RegularsJanuary 1, 2012 at 11:39 AM

    Theme Song for Shit Flinging Monkey


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1IXQ1pKl_Q

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  83. Oohhh nice. One of the very first articles I read here. Retro. :D

    New Year's Eve is my favouritest holiday ever! And yesterday was my favouritest New Year's Eve ever! Alcohol? Check! Friends? Check! The smell of gunpowder masking the smell of cigarettes so no worrying about that? Check! Reckless usage of dangerous pyrotechnics? Check! :D

    I might be a bit excited because in 35 minutes (actually; now it's more like 30... Even better!) the second season of Sherlock will finally air, but yesterday was definitely amazing! The world's great! Damn I must be annoying to listen to! :D

    Why does TNP seem to be the only one who's worried your fourth amendment got axed?

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  84. Oh, I love the opener from his source.

    "The more psychopathic compensated psychopaths are - in other words the more they have to compensate - the more sinister they are. All the Nazi functionaries who administered the concentration camps and supervised the destruction of thousands and thousands of human beings; all of Stalin's subordinates who, during the time of the Soviet purges, directed the arrests and deaths of innumerable individuals; all of Mao's minions who so efficiently effected the disappearance of large portions of the Chinese population -certainly all of these people were compensated psychopaths." -Adolf-Guggenbuhl-Craig

    Seems legit.~

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  85. Wheatley, people only care about what does or could affect them directly.

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  86. I think a simple way to learn to be more normal is to see where you were way out of kilter on the Personality Test. Then, try to modify the out of whack parts. It was funny I got practically no OCD. Look at my house and you would know why.

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  87. Aaaaaand, effectively losing your right to a fair trial is neither of those?

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  88. Wheatley some of care quite a bit, but this isn't exactly a political forum. Not that the place couldn't find some interesting perspectives on a lot of issues, but we don't have a big audience for it here.

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  89. Yes, we're very on-topic here, sharing muppet videos and talking about what's on the tele. :P

    The response I've had from most of those I've talked to about it is simply, don't do crimes and you have nothing to worry about. That's their attitude. So naive.

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  90. Don't do crimes and you have nothing to worry about?!? This is a free pass for the government to interpret your actions however they want and take action against you because you have the potential to threaten their power base. Right or wrong has nothing to do with anything here.

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  91. @Wheatley

    I suppose you post every one of your concerns on this blog? Besides... what do you care? You love hating the U.S. This just gives you one more reason to get your panties ruffled, am I right?

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  92. What's even more tragic, it enables the government to take action against people that are actually working to progress civil liberties. By demoralizing and instilling fear in revolutionary action it will effectively inhibit people from taking action to stand up for themselves in the first place.

    We're going to have to rely on the government to have our best interest in mind. I don't know about you, but that's a pretty scary thought.

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  93. "This is a free pass for the government to interpret your actions however they want and take action against you because you have the potential to threaten their power base"

    Don't tell me you people didn't see this coming. Every single time I brought this shit up in the past, people just accused me of being some paranoid conspiracy theorist!

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  94. That's pretty naive... It doesn't say anything about crimes, just suspicion. That could mean anything and everything between receiving a package containing several pounds of nitroglycerin from the Iranian government, to owning enough toilet paper to make a turban. Depending on how keen the government is on arresting you, they could literally use anything as a reason to indefinitely detain you.

    You could, of course, trust them to not abuse that power, but they don't give you much reason to, now don't they? If you'd use pepper spray on an actual battlefield, you'd be violating the Geneva... Oh wait. I'll continue this rant in half an hour.

    Sherlock's on! :D

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  95. 8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

    I find this one like charity. If I were to do this, I'd probably do it the Jewish way, covertly.


    Only a narcissist would go around saying they were sorry to everyone. A narcissist will always have a string of people they could care less about contacting them. Those people are victims and don't know it.

    Look, if a person you hang with makes you feel like taking a shower after spending the day with them, narcissist or sociopath, or just plain asshole, just don't do it.

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  96. That's an hour and a half, actually. Now shush.

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  97. @Raven ... Even if you suspect things like this can happen, having it ACTUALLY happen is still a big deal.

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  98. Hello Ladies and TNP
    Do you have a special New Years meal? I do. Three guesses. First two don't count he he






    wv:furt








    wv:

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  99. Themes for SW Regulars "Event Series"January 1, 2012 at 12:21 PM

    Does TNP have feelings for Monica?


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZHNi8EkBWo

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  100. Oh Hobbes!

    I never really understood the whole resolutions on the new years thing. If you want to do something, why do you need a special date to start it? Shouldn't you just, you know, start it?

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  101. Do I really need to answer that question, Haven? Or was it rhetorical?

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  102. Themes.... I gotta say I'm kind of impressed by the diversity of your musical knowledge. Not that i like all of it, but you pull from everywhere.

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  103. Themes for SW RegularsJanuary 1, 2012 at 12:28 PM

    @Haven Thank you very much. I am on the look out for a song for you with your guy but Themes is fussy with his choices he he

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  104. I didn't say it wasn't a big deal did I? I just don't get why people are surprised by it. The U.S sells their lies to their own people very well, it would seem.

    It reminds me of this documentary I watched about a few African Americans, who wanted to seek out the story of their ancestors. One of them expected to go back to Africa, and discover his ancestry before slavery. It was so dramatic. He wanted some gut wrenching story about how the white man came to Africa, and dragged his people out of there kicking and screaming, then made of them slaves.

    What he discovered instead; his ancestors were African royalty, and if that weren't shocking enough... he discovered that these royal ancestors were the ones who sold their own people into slavery. I feel very sure he was disappointed by this. But only because it turned out, he wasn't very special.

    The USA is not special. We don't have some divine blessing from God, that keeps us from losing what we were founded on. I'm sure this is just the beginning of a whole line of "scary" things to come.

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  105. I think it is funny how the narcissist is like the bogeyman, even to predators. This inflated idea of what a narcissist is is pretty funny. They are just self centered with unresolved parental conflicts and false bravado. Once they crumble and destroy their life, they tend to mellow out.

    It's also funny because narcissism is a component in apd.

    While there are overt, violent antisocial types, there are many who are like the description above. More cunning. I know my antisocial level can be quite high because I believe there tends to be a corrolation between intellect and disdain for arbitrary laws. I am considered to be quite antisocial by most sheople thinking. I just have some moral quandries when it comes to exploiting individuals, but I have done it on many occasions. I have never exchanged sex for money, but I do believe prostitution should be legalized. I do not steal from individuals because I dont like getting stolen from. I have stolen from corporations in the past, but I curbed that stuff as I aged. I have regard for humanistic laws but not a lot of the population management type ones. I have rationalized hurting people. I dont like to pick on the weak, though. I enjoy knocking down overblown egos. I dont feel like a sociopath. I just think that clever people can be kinda sociopathic. When you are smart enough to see life only has the meaning we give it, it makes it easier to disregard certain societal conventions. But I wouldnt stick up a 7/11 or punch a random stranger in the face (I do sometimes have the latter impulse, but Ive never acted on it - dont we all?).

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  107. You kissing some Uncle Sam ass there David?

    The US is a fucking mess and its insanity is infecting the rest of the planet like a plague.

    Who gives a fuck about the state of the world and our shrinking liberties as long as we have Dancing with the Fucking Stars.

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  109. David, you have some obvious impulse control issues. You deleted that comment before anyone had time to read it.

    Oh and I might as well stop being anon. The last two were me.

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  110. @Sarah

    He deleted it, because it was exactly the same as the one above^ with the exception that he put 65 years, instead of 75.

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  111. I'm interested to see if it will fall while I'm still alive, and if so, who will come to give us aid? The most effective take-over is a peaceful one. Will it be the Russians? The Chinese? Will Britain finally get its colonies back? I'm thoroughly intrigued.

    I feel though that in all likelihood, the US would rather go out with a bang than a fizzle. Whether or not it will, time will tell.

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  113. I hope it falls while I'm still alive. I've been waiting for this since I was a child. ;)

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  114. Isnt name dropping the hallmark of a narcissist?

    Yes, America has been amazing. She aint what she used to be.

    She has turned into a sociopath with a rampant appetite. As narcissistic as they come. Sometimes it feels like you need a pd to survive here.

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  115. Oh the US will totally nuke itself first and probably blame it on Cuba as some long delayed response that we never saw coming from the first Cold War.

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  116. Raven, I have taken a lot of medical, emergency and survival training in case of societal breakdown.

    I work to make things better how I can, but it feels like rearranging deck chairs on the titanic most days.

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  117. America isn't a sociopath. America is a a prom queen candidate that got knocked up a month before the big day and can't fit into her dress anymore.

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  118. Lol @ Haven nice imagery

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  119. Themes for SW Regulars "Event Series"January 1, 2012 at 1:10 PM

    Theme Song for the Event of Haven's New Relationship



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoMrb0omMWc&feature=related

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  120. Love you, David. That bare chest was yummy.

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  121. ::laughs:: I don't know where you come up with these Themes but that was probably the first time I smiled today =) Perfect.


    And as it turns out, apparently my cat is afraid of Tina Turner.

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  122. Now I'm thinking about going to see 'Mission Impossible'. Skipping Wheatley's ranting session will hurt, but somehow I think I'll manage.

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  123. America is the MOST sociopathic culture! Flashy and deceptive, BUT no substance.

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  125. I heard good things about the new Mission Impossible. I saw the new Sherlock Holmes and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Wheatley's rant will be here when you get back.

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  126. I liked it. A nice mix of action and humour. Definitely better than the last one(s).

    Simon Pegg was actually a pretty good casting call. He did a great job at what he was tasked to do.

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  127. I think the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was my favorite December flick.

    I couldn't watch the original one released some years back for some reason. I think I just lost interest very quick.

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  128. I ended up seeing Girl with the Dragon Tattoo a little preemptively. I'm only about half way through the book. I'm not sad about it in the slightest though. The one scene was a little rough, but I'm pretty sure I fell in love with Rooney Mara after how she handled it.

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  129. All right, where was I?

    I don't love hating the US. Neither am I wearing panties. It's just that, since I live in a part of the world that's just as susceptible to thermonuclear explosions as the next, I really do feel like I'm justified in being concerned about the penultimate distributor of said thermonuclear explosions seemingly desperately trying to live up to its reputation as a giant pillock.

    I don't hate Americans. Some of my best friends are American. Sure: you can't fit all of them in the same room, but that doesn't mean I should hate them.

    But, now I'm curious. Why'd you assume I hate the US? It's not like we've ever talked before, have we?

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  130. Enjoy your day/evening everyone... except for you, David, of course. I'm heading out.

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  131. "My rant"? Call me... embarrassed...

    *Puts on hipster glasses*

    I've already seen the Swedish versions of all three films. I'm not sure if I should go see the American versions as well; I'll probably just end up comparing the two, in stead of trying to enjoy them.

    Sherlock Holmes 2 was pretty decent. A little too action oriented though. Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law were (again) fantastic.

    wv: raticat(e)

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  132. Themes For SW RegularsJanuary 1, 2012 at 2:16 PM

    Theme Song for Daniel Birdick no 3


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-3p6QsCbr0

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  133. Themes for SW Regulars "Event Series"January 1, 2012 at 2:26 PM

    Theme for Ami and David


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRmKzxhMzwo

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  134. Why does UKan's wife stay with him? Does she like being abused? Or was that just a big fat lie? Just like David's story.

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  138. @ davidsocio01 said...
    Which part of which story do you think was a lie Extremity?

    Why? So you could invent more bullshit? That'd be a waste of time for the both of us. The only thing I wanna know is what I asked about UKan's wife.

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  139. Extremity is Eden. Ho hum, you do not have much subtlety

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  141. Wheatley, where can I find the new episode of Sherlock online?

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  142. @davidsocio01 said...
    @Extremity
    The only thing invented you're talking about is ukan's wife, moron.


    You're kind of rude, aren't you David? I just read a comment about UKan having a wife and that's all. I really didn't feel like reading the whole blog just to figure it out. So yes, why not ask him?

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  143. Extremity you are too nasty to JUST have gotten here he he

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  144. Haven't the faintest. The episode was just aired for the very first time, three hours ago; it might not yet be available online.

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  145. Michael Martin PlunkettJanuary 1, 2012 at 2:59 PM

    a tip for the day-

    whenever somebody posts a wall of text about them selves trying to convince others they are sociopaths i get really bored dont read the shit

    put it in little chunks dont tell ur fucking life story all at once nobody is interested or put it in the forum where the boring people post boring people like to read about boring stuff

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  146. Actually, it might be over here. I'm not sure wether it works or not though.

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  148. Michael Martin PlunkettJanuary 1, 2012 at 3:13 PM

    obviously i read a few lines but i skip the rest just like every 1 else just seems like a wasted effort to post that much shit that nobody reads except ukan when he tries to find shit to burn ya but each to its own i was just trying to be helpful if ya like being laughing stocks to every 1 by all means keep it up

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  149. I hope your pirates aren't as slow as your postal service.

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  150. Yanno, sometimes it's kinda nice to spend an evening or two alone =)

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  152. @Haven said...
    Yanno, sometimes it's kinda nice to spend an evening or two alone =)

    How about you start spending time alone with me? It'll be fun, I promise. <3

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  153. Oh Extremity. I may break your namesake. But yanno, if that's what you're into....

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  154. Srsly. You're supposed to encourage this! Abandonment issues, hello.


    Plus, I really don't want to have to share this wine.

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  155. Awesome description lol. I'm not a socio but that socio wolf describes me exactly! lol. Except rather than devour, my end is always to capture. Or bewitch I guess you can say. To make someone completely dependent on my affection. And in a perfect world: that they would die without me.

    That would be nice. :)

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  156. @Haven said...

    I'm so sorry, I just had david's mouth all over my dick, sucking me like a vacuum cleaner. That's about the only thing he's good at. I don't feel like taking care of you anymore. Sorry to have wasted your time. <3 Rain check?

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  157. Wheatley, I was baffled by the ending. But then, I wasn't watching too closely. Goddamn, that Sherlock has something sexy about him, even though I don't find HIM that sexy, if u know what i mean.

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  158. @Extremity... but, I NEED you baby. Don't do this! ::clings::

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  159. Theme Songs for SW RegularsJanuary 1, 2012 at 5:21 PM

    Theme Song for Eden/Turk/ Raven



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW4bzukEp44

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  160. It's too dead around here. Are people just too hungover from yesterday? I need to be kept busy before I start making texts I'll regret.

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  161. I'm back from the show. All yours for the rest of the night. That is... if you'll have me?

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  162. Mission was fucking brilliant. I'm very satisfied.

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  163. Oh, I'll have you. I'll have you all night long ;)

    So the movie was good? Sounds like the next one I need to see.

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  164. It was better than good.

    All night is it? I might need you to map that out for me. Don't skip on the details either. I could use the warm up time. ;)

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  165. Sweeet.

    Details. Idk. I'm kind of an exhibitionist, but I don't know if all of SW needs to know the naughty things i have on my mind at any given point.

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  166. Where has The Chosen One been? He is the type of guy who is my downfall.

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  167. I thoroughly enjoyed the first episode of the second season.

    The Sherlock of the recent movie and the Sherlock of the show aren't so wildly different, but Moriarty deviates like night and day (demeanor-wise). I'm not sure which I like more, frankly. I think of the one in the show like a child who never outgrew his need to piss on everything and everyone, just because it's amusing. The fun is the agenda behind all the goals and plots, in true sociopath spirit.

    For the film, it almost seems like he's trying to justify his need for power and control through his tactics while ignoring his actual nature, still feeding it nonetheless.

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  168. Give them to me privately then?

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  169. Oh, I'll give it to you privately.

    wv: stiff (srsly)

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  170. Hello ladies and TNP.

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  171. Where you been, Harvard?

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  172. lol You've got my full attention now, Haven. I'm very curious to know what you'd do with me.

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  173. Frank as HImself said...
    Hello ladies and TNP.


    how come you never actually say anything?

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  174. Frank Himself to ZoeJanuary 1, 2012 at 7:18 PM

    @Zoe Frank can talk about himsself. How are you, though?

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  175. @Zoe That is good, Frank is purty good, too.

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  176. @Zoe I like you a lot.
    I am glad you are my friend.
    Love
    Frank

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  177. i love the narcissist wolf description

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  178. Thank you Darling. Now we don't have to make SW watch any more. ;p

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  179. Yeah we should really be charging for that anyways.

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  180. We should. But who wants to give them the satisfaction anyway?

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  181. Your ass, Raven. That's who. Yep, i'm a funny one.

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  182. So how is the new year going? Anyone fuck up royally yet?

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  183. The desire to was there, Sarah. I did well at letting it go.... for the most part. I did have to offer up a blood sacrifice to Satan, in order to help me along... but it will all be worth it in the end.

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  184. Kinda made two fuckups last night. Oh well. Let the chips fall.

    Tonight being safe at home with horror. Catacombs and maybe Them. Im a little into Catacombs but I think I see where they are going with it. An iniatory rite almost. Headgames. Makes me want to go to a party in the catacombs.

    The intro to Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was stunning. That alone was worth the price of admission.

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