Sunday, October 21, 2012

Dehumanization

I realized something about myself the other day. It was how I look at people. I have a tendency to break down someone's humanity one step at a time when I talk to them. Not to them of course. They are blabbering on, talking about their lives, while I sit there and smile. I like to ask people questions. They like to talk about themselves. I'm a networker of sorts.

I have one friend who I'm honest with. This person understands me, and doesn't judge me. So, recently I've been thinking out loud to this person, and it's been helping me understand myself a lot better. After I'm done talking to several people I'll go home and talk to my friend about them. Yesterday I came to a realization of the way I break all the negatives about each person down till I get to the point in the conversation of calling them something. I talk about how weak they are. I hate people who are victims. I talk about their addictive past on drugs. I hate addicts. I talk about their boyfriends or girlfriends controlling them. I hate pushovers. They talk about their meaningless boring lives, unfunny jokes, silly ideas, and their watered down opinions that can be changed at the drop of a hat. The most funny part about all of this is the fact that everybody thinks I'm the nicest and most honest person they've met, and as they are telling me that I'm smiling. Thinking. Scheming.

Next I'll go into how they will be useful for me. What they have that I want, or who they know (who I can get to through them) who has something I want. This is how I work. People are tools. They are sheep looking for a shepherd. Sometimes I dabble with the idea that some people were put on this earth to do me a favor. Everything before and after is just their pitiful meaningless life. It's my inside joke. It's actually what I tell people when they do me a favor and I'm done with them.

"You have now served your purpose."

They laugh. Nobody can tell when I'm serious, or whether I'm joking. Mostly because I think they are a joke and I'm laughing at them most of the time. People can't tell when they are the punchline.

I realize what this is. The disgust I have for most people makes me dehumanize them. When I dehumanize someone, their feelings, emotions, and lives are worthless to me. I have no respect for them at all. And they'll never know. They are nothing more than a tool to be used and thrown away. I know it sounds harsh, but that's how it goes. A lot of people want to be used. They seek us out. They find us and throw themselves on our railway track. I can't stop the train.

This is why sometimes I laugh at the comments page on this blog. It tickles me to see anti-sociopaths. Especially ones that are so scared of sociopaths that they comment anonymously. I meet people exactly like them off this blog all the time in my life day to day. I hear them talk about sociopaths sometimes. How they would never fall for their ploys. How they aren't human. Maybe we have more in common than I thought. I've dehumanized them too, only they don't know that yet.

I don't apologize for who I am, or how I feel about people in general. I never will. I think it's pitiful when people apologize for who they are when it can't be changed. Yes, I despise most of you. No, you will not know it. Yes, you will say you never get manipulated. No, it's not true. You are day to day. Hour to hour. You just justify it to yourselves just like we justify our manipulating you.

98 comments:

  1. "This is why sometimes I laugh at the comments page on this blog. It tickles me to see anti-sociopaths. Especially ones that are so scared of sociopaths that they comment anonymously."


    What exactly tickles you about "anti-sociopaths?" Do you really believe that most of the people who post comments anonymously here are scared of sociopaths? Seems a little delusional.

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  2. I don't find anything too unusual or unique about your analysis of the people you interact with behind their backs, so to speak..What you don't see is that they probably do the same to you as well..Nothing unique about thinking about the root cause behind people's motivations for doing and saying the things they do..You just gave it a technical spin.
    Also, generally when people stop using something its because its served its purpose, whether its a meal at a diner or a long drawn out relationship. So nothing unique there either. We all use things and people to serve our needs.

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  3. you seem a little bitchy today. r u okay?

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  6. inane just started using his "name" 3 comments ago, and he can't stop reminding us.

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  7. Dear Mr Insane,
    No all comments were by me. I don't want to dismiss your intuition but perhaps I was in different moods between posts and maybe you picked up on that?
    M.E. sounds a bit hurt and sad today but down be downspirited M.E. you don't sound too bad really. Everyone has an inner voice that is rather selfish and mean.
    What you ought to do is concentrate on becoming materially successful. Then you won't have to worry about office bullies if they hold no rank and own no equity.
    I wish you great success in the future, and I hope you will be more forgiving of the weakness and anguish of ordinary people, for it is just human instinct playing itself out. If you are more free of it, then celebrate...and mourn, because you have to live your life among them, and you may always feel alone
    luv, #anon2

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  8. What a bitch stop crying. Alone? In the dark? Crying softly? With a razor I hope.

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  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=493ljyoox6o

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  12. #anon2 gets banned from sociopathworld
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYroBjeO-_s

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  13. OR.. maybe anon2 comes to this site to read the interesting and what is normally non confrontational post by ME, and MAYBE (s)he picked up on an aggressive tone in this bit.
    Geez, for a site dedicated to those with little or no emotions it sure seems like someone pissed in y'alls cherrios!!

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  14. another more esoteric take on the sociopath issue:

    http://transsociopathica.blogspot.com/

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  15. I leave my comments anonymously so the sociopaths can't come get me in the night :(

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  16. Out of all the sociopath blogs out there m.e.'s is the best!!!! Props m.e.

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  17. ODE TO M.E.
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    I met a famous baker the other day. He baked a cake that tasted like shit. He cried, "I'm the best baker! The other bakers make me laugh!"
    And I couldn't help but chuckle.

    I met a legendary baker that same day. He baked a cake that tasted like shit. He cried, "I'm the best baker! The other bakers make me laugh!"
    And I couldn't help but chuckle.

    I wandered the town all day, eating cakes and pies and cookies, but all of it tasted like shit.
    All the bakers made me laugh.

    Then I went home and made my own cake, and it was good. The joke's on them; I'm the best baker.

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  18. Anonymous said, “another more esoteric take on the sociopath issue:

    http://transsociopathica.blogspot.com/”


    Wow. Seriously? The absurdity of humanity never ceases to puzzle, amuse, annoy and sometimes delight me.

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  19. M.E. presents kind of an interesting problem. I do share his contempt for people, but it can catch up with you. You may not think it shows, but inevitably it does. Pretty soon there's an angry mob of people who think you're arrogant cunt.

    My appreciation of others is primarily aesthetic. They have to look good or be entertaining . . . unfortunately, people are mostly ugly and tedious.

    I struggle to find 'something', 'anything' I like about a person and focus on that when I'm trying to retain their loyalty and good will for the interim. It's really fucking hard.

    When I do find someone who's both aesthetically pleasing and very vulnerable, I just can't help myself. Sometimes the blow-back on that sort of fun queers all the work I put in keeping the ugly stupid ones on-board. It's a vicious circle.

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  20. Harry Lime said "When I do find someone who's both aesthetically pleasing and very vulnerable, I just can't help myself"

    What do you mean Harry Lime?

    #anon2

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  21. Peter pansy, you are a fuckin retard!!!!

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  22. "What do you mean Harry Lime?"

    hmmm . . . an example:

    A recently divorced and emotionally unstable co-worker spent the better part of a year drinking Prosecco out of a doggie bowl I bought just for her.

    Then we we applied for the same job internally. I got it (of course). We broke up and she ended up in rehab.

    We she got out of rehab, she really wasn't as fond of me any more. Disclosed some details of our affair to my friends at work. Some of the connections in my network became tenuous.

    So I have a lot of great photos of her licking my feet. But now that we've all been laid off I'm having a difficult time cultivating support among my former colleagues in finding a new position.

    See, it ain't easy being soulless. I could have passed on my 'cute but damaged' co-worked and ultimately cultivated better professional relationships. . . . but I couldn't help it, I enjoyed her so much!

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  23. Harry Lime said, "...I couldn't help it, I enjoyed her so much!"

    I wonder if this is what Sarah means by 'stimulus driven'.

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  24. I still don't get it harry lime.
    luv #anon2

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  25. You seem angry, M.E. You mustn't have read any comments in a while, then

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  26. "I still don't get it harry lime.
    luv #anon2"

    I'm okay with that. Let me know if you can be more specific.

    Luv you too! 4eva

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  27. shoulda given her campari! (it really helps to get rid of that "milk bone" breath.)

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  28. I love Campari!

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  29. This post is flawed from the start. What M.e. does isn't dehumanizing others. Sometimes I don't know if M.e. does it on purpose, as this is a pattern I've noticed, or if he deliberately misstates a perspective or opinion so that it easier to defend/explain/relate to.

    But like the other times I've noticed this there is an irony to it I enjoy. The methods of 'dehumanizing' you practice are really just defining what makes them human. Your not dehumanizing anyone - your describing human weakness, and setting yourself above it. It's called a god complex. Maybe it can play out the same, but a person with a god complex isn't selective in his opinion of who he meets. Everyone is beneath him.

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  30. I struggle to find 'something', 'anything' I like about a person and focus on that when I'm trying to retain their loyalty and good will for the interim. It's really fucking hard.

    HAHA. I do this too. I call this my "Polly Anna" mode.

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  31. I wonder if this is what Sarah means by 'stimulus driven'.

    I not to LOL this. But I did literally laugh out loud.

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  32. http://transsociopathica.blogspot.com/”

    Wow. Seriously? The absurdity of humanity never ceases to puzzle, amuse, annoy and sometimes delight me.


    Female Demonic Sociopath Entity was the title of the first post I saw.

    It was a like one of those love fraud posts but with bible verses and a lot of information about the clitorises of his ex-girlfriends.

    And just like those poor saps at love fraud he's got us all wrong. He wasn't screwing around with a Female Demonic Sociopath Entity (which is going to my superhero title if I ever get those super powers I've been waiting for).

    He just describes the generic bitchy behavior of a girl that realizes she hates her boyfriend. And he gives a lot of credit to our genitalia on the whole.

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  33. we campari lovers are a strange breed. (no pun intended!)
    anon2too

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  34. I think you forgot to post one more time Sarah. We need more of your malarchy.

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  35. Awww, I thought my little piece was beautiful in so many ways, and quite mature, considering its source. I'll do better next time, I promise.

    As for this:
    http://transsociopathica.blogspot.com/

    Are you fucking kidding me? Someone crazier than I am? Fucking hell!

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  36. malarchy

    I'm convinced that it's statistically impossible, since Nick at Night has been discontinued, that so many of you coincidently all use grumpy-old-man 1950 call backs.

    You're all the same person.

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  37. Sarah said, "You're all the same person."

    Funny, I've made that same accusation at least twice before in jest. I was only half kidding both times.

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  38. Sarah said:
    "malarchy

    I'm convinced that it's statistically impossible, since Nick at Night has been discontinued, that so many of you coincidently all use grumpy-old-man 1950 call backs.

    You're all the same person."

    Dear Sarah, well it could partly also be that we are from different countries and social backgrounds?
    luv #anon2

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  39. Harry Lime wrote "I'm okay with that. Let me know if you can be more specific."

    Well could you think of another example, perhaps from earlier on in your life?

    #anon2

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  40. I think the joke's on sociopaths.

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  41. Humans are intriguing creatures. I don't HATE them, to me they're like little animals/flocks/infestations, which means I like to observe them, experiment on them, and utilize them for my purposes.

    I've had two different shrinks (one court shrink) "diagnose" me with ASPD. Which is horseshit. I'm not a sociopath, I am just aware of what I want, and I don't obsess about the whole "morals" fixation humans typically acquire.

    Anyway, hot blog. Skal! d-:-p

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  42. could using outdated words be a sociopathic trait?

    Do any of you feel like you're a hybrid? emp-soc path.

    As a kid I remember watching films of auchwitz and thinking it was horrific, but then the teacher asked what were some of the positive aspects of WWII and I raised my hand and answered: population control. she gave me a dirty look.

    At this point many years later, I can feel for other people but I can certainly turn it off at will. When i do, I feel more free and powerful, but that feeling can turn into feeling an oppressive boredom or anxiety. And then I go back to connecting to people again, this feeling can be a little addictive because you can end up really looking forward to or in love and feeling attached, or worse someone you didn't intend to love, falls in love with you. I don't like the feeling of being addicted either. I mean, I like it, but don't think it's healthy.

    Neither feeling has anything to do with external reality. They are obviously not changing my circumstances or environment. It's like taking a drug and flipping my own internal reality.

    Any one else get this way?

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  43. There is only one USE for the psychopath/sociopath and that is to strengthen the Human being, to be the baptism of fire needed to transform base metal to Gold...you have provided us with the devastation needed to transform to the next level... a challenge to rise above to become..well pure love. Your purpose is our evolution. Thank You. Life (and death) wouldn't be the same without you.

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  44. What do you call those of us who dehumanize the ones we can't respect, but feel intense guilt after we scam them and try not to do it again-till the next time?

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    1. Anon 1:55- we call them cunts

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    2. No, Anon 4:06am, "Cunt" is a word for the most powerful force in the universe. I think you meant something else.
      M.E. has me hooked on this site (and the rest of you, too) making proof in the pudding. Seductive and stimulating us while shaking us down.
      Good stuff, nice model.

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    3. Ukan said he has always been a cunt.

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  45. That's ok, most people are like that, it's not a smart play from you to "confess" it like you were so mean, doing that is normal. Maybe when you describe how you love torturing people (maybe you already did, i havent read all the site, just randomly got here looking for something else) maybe then i will be ¿gladly? surprised, now (then, back in 2009 when this post was made) you have nothing, just remember you're a wimp.

    And what does that rat means anyway...
    are you ratting yourself?
    why?

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  46. Goddamn you are so obviously a narcissist.

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  47. what's up with thee dates nov 19 june5 sept4

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    1. Different months from different years, look at the year and you will see what I mean.

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  48. I am not religious but I am very spiritual. I believe the separateness we feel from all of existence is an illusion. Empathy allows me to actually feel that connection and provides a basis for my moral code. So when i am being selfless and generous, i am giving to myself. It makes me feel strong on a deep level. Also there are spiritual laws like "we keep what we hav by gving it away". Which also provides rewards and ncentives to live this way. Trying to maximize love always brings me into the best life circumstances.

    Then there is beauty- the beauty of nature for example. Having reverence for beauty- i define wealth as the ability to be present for beauty. I wonder sometimes if the sociopath's lack of empathy limits their ability to apreciate the spiritual aspects of beauty.

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    1. And I all I heard was: "I... I... I... I..."

      You freakinng spiritualistic narcissistic bastard you... you are just amazing!

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    2. LMAO Virus!!!!!! You are hilarious!!!!!

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    3. You can only see beauty if you have it within.

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    4. Virus- i am sorry i wrote something i had no idea was so i. I need to check i when write about i. But i am sure i and i will survuve. Jah lives

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    5. SDCEO SociopathworldOctober 21, 2012 at 2:46 PM

      "You can only see beauty if you have it within."

      Then I must be the most handsome person in this room.

      ME just gave me a promotion. I am now sw's Senior Director of Cheif Executive Operations.

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    6. Congrats on your promotion, SDCEO.

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    7. SDCEO SociopathworldOctober 21, 2012 at 9:32 PM

      Thank you anon.

      Feel free to knock me up anytime you like. I'm in the penthouse sw corner. Just stay out of my private bathroom.

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    8. I wonder sometimes if the sociopath's lack of empathy limits their ability to apreciate the spiritual aspects of beauty.

      No. My ex always wanted to see beauty whether in dance, art, in relationships he observed he was incapable of having. I'm talking of an older man, though. He appreciated beauty in every moment he wasn't raging. Maybe he was not a textbook sociopath, but close enough.

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    9. @SDCEO
      Don't tempt me ~

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  49. :) Oh and Good Morning Sociopathworld!!!!!


    How are we all today?

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  50. I just read this thread. I love how ME writes, so true to himself.
    I will say something that may make you laugh. The strongest person is the one who has a true relationship with God. That gives him a compass, which is greater than man.

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  51. What you described is a "How to" for anyone, not just a sociopath, to dehumanize people and exhibit sociopathic traits.

    It's how cults do it, the Nazis etc. If you can lower the status of a person to subhuman, emotions can leave your body and you can feel free to do whatever you want to them.

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  52. I have been living this way for a very long time, but without the scheming. What I've done is what I've thought that most people do.

    I don't feel guilty. I know when to show guilt and I know when to get people to excuse my mistakes by putting the sympathy card on the table. I've genuinely gotten confused, though, by my thoughts and behaviors. I get into complicated situations. I pull out without guilt, but with the knowledge I am responsible.

    What I feel is "put upon", tired, and unwilling to meet needs of others. I must need people for temporary stuff. I'm ok with that I guess.

    I feel like my constant people are mine to be protected by me. I do a good job and I'm attached to them.


    i would like to tell of an incident that is happening right now. It confuses me because I feel responsible. Responsible, not guilty. I think it is normal, though.

    I'm pretty sure I did a narcissistic thing about 2.5 years ago. I brought it up about a year ago here. Someone called me diabolical.

    I'd like to share. I also would really like it if somebody will explain to me what I think I already know.(But I will get the info other places. I know most of y'all don't care; I just think you'll be more honest than any other people I know)

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    1. LMAO! Anon- You sound like you have done PLENTY of Narcissistic things in the last 2.5 years as well! lol

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    2. i will share. today I am free for everyone to use. You know you need to throw up from the partying last night anyway:

      This 2.5 years ago
      I was kind of just out of relationship with big time antisocial narcissist at the time (mal narc), which tells you my state of mind.

      I called up old boyfriend and asked about his fiend who I had a fuckbuddy relationship way after we broke up. Old bf says old fuckbuddy is such a sweetie and if I am interested to call him.

      In very old history, Old fuckbuddy I thought I loved so long ago, for bout a year. Once I asked him to be a love and just tell me he loved me in words only to fullfill my fantasies, that I knew he did not. He refused. It was annoying.

      ANyway Old fuckbuddy long time ago was a coke addict. In the history, I did not know the extent until i found a ton of coke piled on a mirror on top of pile of sweatshirts i borrow. (I always snoop,till this day,)I say to old fuckbuddy I know of coke problem, that i care about him, that i would like to have him be close and tell me about it. He shuts down and is very ashamed. The above was all a very long time ago.

      Cut to 2 years ago. WE have dinner and he confesses that he will never forget my caring and that i was the only person who knew. I am shocked and flattered. Then I find out he still does it, and smokes pot everyday,and he has wanted to get off and doctors won't give him meds without doing so he is in debt, and he is living as a border in a nice lady's house. he had just been laid off from a choice union job. I proceed to tell him what a good friend i am to have and i will be there for him and help him with old bf to see himself off substances, that he is loved blah blah blah.

      The second time we are together, and also over the phone, too many arguments for romance are made by him, I am not interested in any way shape or form but cannot tell him this; i had hoped for him to attract me, and him staying the same and me growing is a turn off. I do not like him a victim, I am sorry for him, i have disdain, I want to peel him off me.

      I discuss this with a friend who says i did impulsive thing by getting in touch and i should be very polite, but cut and run. I do this by text and say i 'm deeply sorry i have changed my mind , i behaved impulsively, do not want to be his friend, i made a mistake, so sorry. I say do not contact me anymore, sorry again.
      He checks in by text to ask for contact two times more. i ignore because i know discussion leads to more contact and that is in opposition to my goal.

      Today i get a text asking if i want to be friends again. I feel responsible because he was vulnerable and I teased and crushed.

      I believe I wanted ego boost from old fuckbuddy and got it and needed this after break up with jerkoff mal narc (antisocial narc who still kicks his beloved dog.)

      Is this narcissism or human?


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    3. I will add this. I don't feel power over him i feel i am powerful but i don't care.

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    4. Oh and this too. I like farm animals.

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    5. which ones? I like to pet them ALL. I feed them and milk them and they sleep in the hay with me. It is nice.

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  53. Re:Anonymous October 21, 2012 3:42 am

    Telling socio's about any form of "beauty" be it inner, outer or spiritual is like speaking in unknown tongues. The concept of "beauty" is foreign. When comparing Empath and Socio, understand that one is human and the other is shell of a human but both have to co-exist in the same space or world. It's not easy but that is life.

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    1. If anybody has read "The Mask of Sanity" hervey Cleckley points out the same thing..... He says something like, psychopath cannot tell good from evil, and beauty or ugliness, except in a very superficial sense has no meaning to them.

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  54. WATCH THIS HILARIOUS 30 SECOND YOUTUBE CLIP!!!!! Charles Manson is asked what he is gonna do for work when he gets out on Parole!!!!! LOL! Apparently "He makes the money, He rolls the nickles...." LMAO!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9g-U2-cAUMM

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    1. Good ol' Uncle Charlie... always good for a laugh. And a mass killing or two.

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    2. Rich,

      Was there any particular persons that you used to get high with when you were 13, 14, 15? I mean if there where any usuals or regulars.

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    3. Yeah, I had a best friend back then...... But he wasnt the first person I smoked with....The first person I smoked with was my good friend too and we stayed friends for years until I was about 19 and the cops raided his house, he was on probation, and they found a big bag of weed and #300 (Three bottles) of Roxicodone pills and he got sentinced to 3 years in prison, since then I have moved and I heard he has moved to North Fl........

      My old best friend was the one I smoked with the most, and we also had another friend whos dad didnt mind us smoking in his house spo we would go there alot and smoke...... But eventually my best friend and I lost touch with that kid, and my best friend (and almost everybody else I knew) got hooked onto the Roxi's (Oxycodone) and when I stopped using Roxi's and got onto the methadone program I was moving houses anyway, so I deleted my facebook and changed my number so nobody knew where I was, it was for my own sanity and for the sake of me staying off of the oxycodone, I didnt wanna be around people who were using it.

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    4. Smart... shows you can do this. Your best friend, is he the same age?

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    5. Thanks Virus!!!! Well we havent talked in years so I dont know how he has been but we were very close in age, he was one grade ahead of me, so he was about a year or year and a half older........

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    6. I think it is sweet how Virus is helping you, Rich. Congrats on all your progress, too. It is a great accomplishment!

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    7. Thank you Monica!!!! Virus is a good guy! I think he is way better of a person than he gives himself credit for!

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  55. If you are so smart, have you become a man of consequence ?If you are a man of consequence, why would you potentially squelch it with posts like this? Many a dullard with a heavy dose of narcissism tend to brag of inconsequential events. Many think you are nice ? How immaterial, unless it has led to significance. If you are a man of significance, why waste time on a blog ? Perhaps you are an average man, who happens to be a sociopath, that needs to brag of inconsequential actions to feed your narcissism? Boring, very boring...

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    1. So boring you read it and felt a need to post YOUR reaction. So I would ask... who are you? What kind of man are you?

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  56. People are sheep, and one doesn't have to be a sociopath to know it. I don't consider myself to be a star example of a sociopath or an empath. Just an absurdist. Empathy is a joke anyway. It's as self-righteous, but self-centered as anything else empath's do. You are putting YOURSELF in someone's situation in order to feel sorry for them. Just another way to experience self-pity. I utilize sympathy, or I choose certain people to help thrive because those are the ones I think would do the world a favor. I mean, people don't realize that most of the things they say and do have been said and done before. They think they're fucking special, that there IS such a thing as special, and it's ridiculous. The ambition of an empath is irking. They will never get anywhere if they are always behind someone else, following.

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  57. Also (same replier, but I logged out of my Google account), empaths only feel "selective empathy". They only feel bad for people like them. They seldom attempt to empathize with sociopaths. They may try to understand the way the mind works to avoid being manipulated, but they definitely do dehumanize sociopaths or anyone who's programmed differently than what they're used to. It's easier for them to make it about themselves if something unfavorable happens to someone they are similar to. Another reason empathy should not be a virtue.

    and I just realized this is an old topic, but I had the urge to rant and maybe someone will read this and think twice about proclaiming how empathetic they are.

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  61. Just clean the sand in your vagina. You are nothing, just a pixel more, a sand more in the desert, not even a light in the darkness of the galaxy.
    Sure you can dehumanize the weak, but not all of us are weak, some people is above that, therefore above you.

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  62. Well, @ Aphorism- Some people are not weak of mind, but even after the statement is made, I find it particularly satisfying to turn the statement around on them. To prove them wrong. To prove that they are only as strong as they are mentally, and even then, I wear away at their minds, slowly chipping until finally, they break. It's not a matter of whether a person is weak or not, it's whether a person is useful or not. The more useful the person, the more likely I am to remain involved in their stupid, meaningless, uninteresting lives. They can stay in their ignorant corners whilst I study them, what makes them tick. You, Aphorism, seem to forget the simple fact that your words apply to yourself as well. You are as insignificant as you are magnificent. People can be amazing, when you get down to it, but more often than not, amazing is a word that scarcely escapes my lips (or in this case fingers). People, no matter how weak or strong can still be dehumanized. If you have a strong will, in the end, if I need your particular service enough, I will have no problem dehumanizing you, so that I can utilize you to my own advantage. Yes, I am a sociopath, I can't help that, nor do I care to, my life is more interesting this way. It's more fun to use people as tools, than to develop "meaningful relationships" with them. When it all comes down to it, I prefer my lifestyle, no one suspects a thing, and I make sure of it. If I need a person, weak or strong, they are but putty in my hands. Apologizing for the rant, (but not seeing the point, other than to save face with a person I may need to utilize later) Laquiot.

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  63. It seems like you are a critical verbal bully who likes to use social stigmas
    As a formality ,while you water down opions ,I think you are the ummature
    Individual here remember people who dehumanise other people have a low
    Self esteem like you you're a sad man i think with a small view of the world
    Your fragile ego lives in.

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  64. I'm pretty sure, back before our stupid laws of compassion for people who hurt people, as soon as a child showed signs of enjoying hurting others, persistently, they probably would have been shoved off a cliff (oops). I've seen sadism so many times in people it's funny that this idiot doesn't know his secrets are not safe at all. Anyway, when fools who think love will cure a sadist, realize the only way to rid our world of sadists, is to rid ourselves of them before they learn to survive, we will all be able to live in peace ourselves. But people don't have the balls. They don't want to get their hands dirty. They leave those parasites to prey on the kindness and innocence in this world that we all say we value so much. Pfft. Goody goodies who bleat about loving and pitying people who prey on others are morons. They are selfish, cowardly cop outs. I know there will be squeals of denial and even accusations that I'm a psychopath myself, when in fact, I'm just the only one willing to take out the stinking trash. That's what I call responsibility.

    I assure you I wasn't always like this. I was like you kind cowards, suckers. Always filled with malignant hope that everyone can turn around. Well in theory you are right I suppose. Who can say which pigs might eventually fly. But then I was one of the innocents, the kind. Actually I still am. Absolutely. But I realized a predator will not be dissuaded from ripping your throat out by being showered with your love, compassion or pity. Sharks will not hesitate to rip you to shreads when you bleed. That is exactly how psychopaths operate. Your kindness and generosity is just blood in the water.

    It's tiresome all the people who count themselves as so good and such, because they think forgiveness where there is no regret makes them superior. Makes them somehow morally favored. That's a scam. A delusion. Forgiveness granted to people who are not sorry is the cowards way out. Holding people accountable is really where the hard work, then necessary work, the dirty clean ups are. But humans like to find ways to convince themselves it's not their job. Then they set up all these charities to help the victims once they are so damaged they can't fend for themselves. Oh my. Bring back the gallows or give me amnesty. I will bash their heads in with a rock myself while they sleep. I will do it for you and I will look at you good people that want to "save" these killers, with the deepest scorn.

    Oh but there are laws. We live in a decent society. We see all the red flags of psychopaths but we wait until the leave a trail of victims and only then and only maybe then, do we invest money to put a roof over their heads and feed them three square meals a day, while those they damage are homeless and hungry and frozen in rigid trauma, emotionally and psychologically. Unable to draw near to anyone for help even. If you don't believe me, go take a look at the homeless. If you knew where they came from and how they got there and why they can't get up and dust themselves off and reach out for enough help to get back on their feet, then perhaps it has to happen to you. Perhaps this is why we need a hell. And perhaps that is why the so called good book says the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

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  65. Hey... i want to say you something... i found this blog occasionaly when looking for one specific word... i want share my feelings toward your blog and i would like you public it in your post too. Well i feel glad i found this kind of literature because people like me and you lack of having something to read, something that talk about our emotions, people never write such thoughts like you are doing... the thing is i enjoy reading this i identify with this and cant find this kind of literature anywhere, very rare and apreciated. We who think and feel different reading ordinary texts do not fullfil our necessities we need to feel that we are not alone, in resume, you are creating a material important for "sociopaths" or people who lack empathy like me, and we cant share our thoughts with no one obviously... then congrats for your blog keep going, very appreciated.

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  66. I dated a sociopath for two years--good times. You guys are so much fun to be with! What I've noticed is that you're all completely boring because you're all completely alike. What is true for one of you is true for all of you--dehumanizing, discarding, using people like tools, blah blah blah, I've heard it all before. It became boring a long time ago. You're sure you're not the ones who are the sheep with no real emotions, passion, originality or identity of your own? Sounds a hell of a lot like it. You're all like a cult of little robots, spouting the same shit and proud of feeling nothing. Sounds like you were the ones who were screwed over (at birth), and not the ones doing the screwing over.

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