Thursday, August 5, 2010

Conversation with a friend: acting on impulse

Friend: Ok, but socios are pretty inflexible regarding what they want to do in the day to day.

M.E.: Yeah, compulsive.

Friend: Because they're always right.

M.E.: Well, I don't know if they are always right, they are just compulsive about whatever it is they happen to be compulsive about. For me it’s efficiency, others, violence, whatever else. We have poor impulse control.

Friend: And yet, you don't have emotional impulses... It's confusing because empaths have impulses based on emotions, with poor impulse control when the emotions are strong. So I always think that sociopaths have better impulse control because they are not slave to their emotions.

M.E.: Yeah, i can see how that seems contradictory.

Friend: Oh wait, I think I get what you mean... Sociopaths do whatever they want to do whenever they want to do it without a sense of responsibility or obligation stopping them. Is that sort of right?

M.E.: I mean, think of the people that have OCD compulsively washing their hands all the time. If you could say that those people do whatever they want to do whenever they want to do without a sense of responsibility or obligation stopping them, then yeah, you're right. Emotions can compel you to do certain things, I am sure. But in the absence of emotions grows the unemotional compulsion in the sociopath's brain.

Friend: But emotions can also keep you from following your impulses, if you have greater ethical loyalty to something else...

M.E.: Yeah, emotions can keep you from following your impulses, so can other things like ethics or security cameras.

Friend: Okay, I think I got it.

78 comments:

  1. aspie here--been enjoying your blog, i'll forget my prejudices if you return the favor.

    it seems logical to me that research on sociopathy would be at least as bad as for autism, so it's hypocritical to fail to address this in neurodiversity discussions. just politics, so the movement won't be associated with violence, you think? or is it fear, too--there are important differences between us, but plenty of similarities as well.

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  2. This conversation is so fake.
    C'mon ME, talk to real people, not yourself.

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  3. I recall some posts where M.E. has expressed the capability of feeling anger.

    If anger is an emotion that often drives one to act impulsively, how is that any different from a neuro-typical acting in the same manner? Unless of course, M.E. [arguably] excludes anger as an emotion.

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  4. What is with this myth that sociopaths don't have emotions? Some can't control their temper, some are greedy, in general sociopaths are as impetuous as empaths. Debate over.

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  5. Interesting how he says this:

    "Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of labels anyway. I basically consider "sociopathy" to be a buzzword for a cluster of personality traits, a particular world view. "

    And then tries to differentiate between "empath" and "sociopath" in a subsequent post.

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  6. The problem is that ME has been reading too many of Birdick's comments, hence the shift...

    Que no?

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  7. M.e. how do you transcript your conversations out of curiosity? Do you sit around and record the conversations you have with your muppet friends? Do you replay them over and over to hear yourself speak and put the top ten snippets up for us to read? For all the peace I've disturbed I feel entitled to some better work on here.

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  8. YOU PEOPLE ARE FOOLS! YOU ALL HAVE NEUROSIS! YOU'RE NEUROTICS WANNABE SOCIOPATHS!

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  9. Hi, I am not sure if this is the proper place to ask this but I was wondering if I could get some help. Recently I've started to suspect that I might be a sociopath, soon after I started researching this condition, its so called symptoms, etc. Unsurprisingly it turns out I posses many sociopathic traits (except for some that seem rather unrelated to sociopathy, such as oral fixation and Oedipus Complex). Needless to say I feel these dictionary and encyclopedia based self-diagnosis to be somewhat arbitrary. So I would like some feedback from actual sociopaths as you should know better than anyone what it is like to be what you are (and possibly I am). Here is a list of what I consider relevant information for the diagnosis:
    -Grew up in a single parent family
    -Precocious as a child
    -Some behavioral issues as a child both at home but at school, nothing serious
    -Pathological liar (I think)
    -Sometimes manipulative
    -High IQ, 138
    -Have always had trouble, or rather little interest on socializing
    -Can count people I consider friends with one hand, leaving fingers to spare
    -Not sure if I feel guilt
    -Unaffected by gruesome, bloody or gory scenes
    -Always been the "quiet" type, but I can amass large groups of friends quickly when needed
    -Easily bored and distracted
    -Procrastinator
    -Somewhat misanthropic
    -Have been called "cold blooded" and similar many times
    -Might murder someone if their actions justify such punishment
    -As a child and early adolescent used to fantasize about world conquer and such
    -Not exactly fearless as I am mortally afraid of deep water, but beyond that not easily scared
    -Have had several one night stands but not a single long term relationship
    -Until recently, often called arrogant, decided to change that part of me when entered college
    -Difficulty trusting people

    The list goes on like that. Here are some reasons why I believe I might not be a sociopath:

    -Has felt "emotionally moved" by movies, books and other media, even to the point of tears. Although I do not recall ever feeling the same way about a real life situation
    -I seem to have respect and fascination for nature far beyond all my peers. To the point where I feel I am more likely to harm a human than an animal
    -My manipulating people has often been beneficial for them, as it forced them out of negative situations such as unhealthy relationships...and mostly unhealthy relationships
    -Fond and apparently capable of writing poetry. Albeit that could just be a modified form of manipulation

    That is about all I can think of right now. Hope you can provide me with some feedback on my little issue. I really enjoy your website, it is really refreshing to see the point of view of sociopaths as opposed to people trying to psychoanalyze them. I apologize for the lengthy comment, and if I posted in the wrong section. Thank you for any help you may provide.

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  10. The guy who wrote this postAugust 6, 2010 at 9:45 AM

    Alright, I can tell you you might just be sadistical. But I can't answer you, I was waiting for a response in the FAQ and no one came so I will just post here. Me, I'm sure I am but it's still nice having someone else saying for you. And I almost got it but I started on a wrong post and the guy tought I Wannabeed and left after a quite unanswering argument. So I will say it here.
    -I feel no guilt
    -I had problems in early childhood but those where mostly poor impulsive control and agressivity
    -I did not make those up from the wikipedia description (Other guy tought that)
    -I think violence is really comical but that might be my sadistical side...
    -I do not trust anyone with anything and sometimes I think about cloning myself and I DON'T TRUST HIM
    -Might not murder someone but clearly will push him towards suicide. I like mental violence
    -I always put murder before suicide as a solution
    -I am not really misanthrope I just really prefer animals over any human. You ask me my cat or my friend it's my cat all the way.
    -Easily distracted
    -Been the quiet type since recently I took blockhead as an exzmple and started doing things without checking it first. Gives stuff such as giving a link to a girl to the site of the pornographic actress that lokks just like her. Didn't give a bad response at all. Labeling a guy gay and therefore ruining his life at his new school. Made the popularity go through the roof. And such as those never really did anything bad in response.
    -My I.Q. is higher then his, 147
    -I usually don't lie because saying stuff without lying goes straight in your face. Like laughing at this guy for having 9 I.Q. less then me while I'm still writing as badly as a 12 years old.Just kinding that's because I'm canadian and I mostly speak french. I'm from that art to thye right that doesn>'t wanna speak english.
    -Up to now, I fantasize about social engineering (Take Chairman Yang from Sid Meyer's Alpha centauri(Strange, this game toroughly call a traitor a sociopath), genetical engineering and of course, a thousand possible situations where it would be considerated a hero.
    -Never fell in ''love'' (What a stupid idea, love, pfffhh).
    -And a now a random fact... Sociopaths would do great in a zombie apocalypse

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  11. The guy who wrote this postAugust 6, 2010 at 9:52 AM

    I also forgot to do a funny reference. What's his I.Q. level ? IT'S OVER 9000!!!
    And also I didn't finish my phrase (...)to kill random people in a really violent way.

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  12. If you are a sociopath you will peg most of the PCL-R spot on. You two sound like your trying to fit your traits into the checklist, but you come up short.
    Lying is not exclusively sociopathic. People lie on average 4 times a day. Living a lie is a different story.
    Musing on murder is normal. A lot of people want to know how it feels to kill. Killing is rarer.
    What caught me most was 'quiet' and misanthropic, and hanging out by yourself. Sociopaths are most comfortable among people and being the center of attention. They don't hate human beings, they just look down on everyone but themself. This isn't Dexter.

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  13. The guy who wrote this postAugust 6, 2010 at 2:01 PM

    No actually I looked at his to think of mine that's what happened. I don't hate humans, I prefer my cat to my friend that is different. Plus I said clearly I am sadistic. And I said he is too. Funny his description looks like alot of emos. And now I will look at the list and Check yes/no and then you tell me what you think.
    Glib and superficial charm : Yes
    Grandiose sense of self esteem : Yes

    Need for stimuation : Not quite but close
    Pathological lying : Occasionnaly, but I prefer going for a in-your-face truth
    Cunning and manipulativeness : Yes
    Lack of remorse or guilt : Totally
    Shallow affect : Kinda
    Callousness and lack of empathy : Yeah
    Parasitic lifestyle : Yes ?
    Poor behavioral controls : Yes
    Sexual promiscuity : Yes
    Early behavior problems : Totally
    Impulsivity : Yes
    Irresponsability : Yes
    Failure to accept responsability for his own act : As in the other, yes
    Many short-term marital relationships : No
    Juvenile delinquincy : No
    Revocation of conditional release : No
    Criminal versatility : No

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  14. You said you're a sadist. What sadistic things do you do or think? What kind of parasitic lifestyle are you involved in? What caused you to think you are a sociopath? No juvinielle deliquency? Why the sudden shift in morality? You've diagnosed yourself, why ask us?

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  15. The same guy as B4August 6, 2010 at 5:12 PM

    Mainly pointlessly torturing people. I put a ? after it cuz' I needed further explanations on the subject. Well, what caused it was watching the House with the psychopath in it and then following wikipedia links and then showing my mother that and she said it looked just like me. Never was a change of attitude, I just took example on Peter Griffin and Blockhead and that gave really funny situationsé. If someone said yes, I could answer to little people like him in the most idiotic way possible

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  16. I was asking anon. The mystery about you was never a mystery. You're diagnosed as a muppet.

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  17. What the fuck is a muppet

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  18. PostmodernSociopathAugust 7, 2010 at 1:06 PM

    @That guy: Back again, I see. I thought you'd just go away and die, but I see you're a glutton for punishment.

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  19. I'm still this guy which you aren'tAugust 7, 2010 at 1:11 PM

    Yay, punishment :D

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  20. I'm willing to bet you refresh the page every 5 minutes just to see whether or not someone's responded.

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  21. The guy that refreshed his paged about 1 minute from nowAugust 7, 2010 at 1:27 PM

    How did you guess o0

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  22. PostmodernSociopathAugust 7, 2010 at 2:21 PM

    Firstly, way to be a tool. Secondly, you say "147 IQ" like it's impressive. Finally, that reference to cartoon characters as a source of inspiration officially destroys any hope of credibility you might have had.

    Take some advice from an actual sociopath: Instead of seeking validation on a blog, go out and start carving out your piece of the world. No one here will tell you you are one, and if (somehow) we're all wrong, it changes nothing for you and you can go on being Peter Griffin or whatever the fuck it is you do. Being a wannabe does nothing to convince anyone.

    I don't get you normals and your desperate belief that labels are meaningful beyond their use to conveniently group things.

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  23. Lol when I read label it made me think of the song That in the song the guy says Don't... label me a liaaaaaarrrrr

    I actually don't really care for you so why should I care for for what you say

    ''I don't like what you are saying and I certainly won't defend your right to say it''

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  24. Glad we have someone else here that takes out the garbage.
    That Idiot that wrote the post: How do you have a IQ 147, but sound like a total knob. You're a irritation not sociopath. How bout this list of traits:

    -says whatever his tiny brain shits
    -attention whore
    -irritating
    -unimportant
    -idiot
    -muppet
    -knob
    -needs acceptance
    -too irritating to be accepted
    -wanker
    -retard

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  25. The guy who loves how people who do not love irrationnality keep on try to stop itAugust 7, 2010 at 8:49 PM

    Well, if mister here is depressive I will follow my motto (Not sure what it is, I jsut heard it a few time and I try too put it back in context)which is : «If it can annoy you, I will continue» and therefore because of you two fine mentlegen I will keep posting stupid shit on this forum for about 2 months or so to be the new Tinkerbelle (Not sure who that is, another guy mentionned it). And here I go...

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  26. Omg!!! You are gonna quit this website if I continue am I rightAugust 7, 2010 at 9:05 PM

    A irritation is itchy and red, I'm white and annoying the shit out of you, thing that gastroenteritis would do too if you somehow managed to shit a great white. I really would like knowing how much is your I.Q.. It's interesting to have a nice conversation with people that are annoyed by me... Now let's put my bit of salt in the characteristics the other guy gave me.
    -I do, it's funny to see how people react
    -If I was a whore, I'd make you pay to give me attention
    -If you stop scratching your head wondering how am I so dumb, it goes away.
    -I'm pretty important, you answered me more then once
    -I prefer to be called a moron, the O sounds better for my style
    -I'm still not sure if you refer to the Muppets from the show or a reference to something else
    -I am not used to hit people OR open door and do not have a set value for my abduction
    -I don't need it, I like starting on another personnality and fall in morony faster then O.J. Simpson fell into rejection after he was accused of murder
    -I do and this is why I sell a miracle itchiness cream to stop the itching
    -Twice a day keeps your mother away
    -YAAAAAAAAAY!!!!! You said the secret word

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  27. PostmodernSociopathAugust 7, 2010 at 9:53 PM

    Is this what the noble trolling profession has come to? I weep for the youth of the Internet.

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  28. Imma lolz alot when u rofl notAugust 7, 2010 at 11:42 PM

    Tank you
    *motor noise that sounds like a vrblblbl* *little person being crushed noise*
    You have been tanked

    Not actually trolling, I don't say hurtful things to make you answer angrily. I say stupid things to make you answer in a way other then the constant downers you are

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  29. No, seriously, just go away, you don't have anything to do here. You act like a jackass on a forum that doesn't even have enough viewers to be trolled on. And yes, you are trolling, no other way to say this.

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  30. Ah, glad to see the only person who replied to my question seemingly managed to loose all credibility...

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  31. I did lose my stupidity when it passed midnightAugust 8, 2010 at 1:27 AM

    Who me ? I actually just annoy them and they were about to answer you when I had an heavy outbreak of stupidity and randomized alot... Go ahead ask them, but to me, you aren't one, you just want to have another way to say you are asocial

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  32. Now to actually answer the Anon that wanted some input.

    -Grew up in a single parent family
    *So did I, but it's diagnostically irrelevant as far as I know.

    -Precocious as a child
    *Elaborate.

    -Some behavioral issues as a child both at home but at school, nothing serious
    *Elaborate.

    -Pathological liar (I think)
    *Why the doubt?

    -Sometimes manipulative
    *This is where we differ. You sound like you turn it off or something, like you try to be real with certain people, like you have an internal valuation system that sees people as something other than prey.

    -High IQ, 138
    *Irrelevant, but good for you.

    -Have always had trouble, or rather little interest on socializing
    *Another difference between us. I tend to gravitate toward people that will enjoy my presence and conversely they tend to gravitate to me. Being able to read people quickly streamlines the process immensely.

    -Can count people I consider friends with one hand, leaving fingers to spare
    *Number of friends is irrelevant.

    -Not sure if I feel guilt
    *Describe an action you took which resulted in punishment.

    -Unaffected by gruesome, bloody or gory scenes
    *A symptom of your generation, not sociopathy.

    -Always been the "quiet" type, but I can amass large groups of friends quickly when needed
    *Again, a major difference between us. Though I suppose I dislike parties. Too much... something. I can't put my finger on it.

    -Easily bored and distracted
    *Same, but what does you boredom feel like?

    -Procrastinator
    *What's the most important thing you've ever procrastinated?

    -Somewhat misanthropic
    *My understanding of misanthropy is that it's all or nothing.

    -Have been called "cold blooded" and similar many times
    *In what situations?

    -Might murder someone if their actions justify such punishment
    *Again, you display this internal stratification of people in your life. I don't get it.

    -As a child and early adolescent used to fantasize about world conquer and such
    *Well, who didn't?

    -Not exactly fearless as I am mortally afraid of deep water, but beyond that not easily scared
    *Water? Why water?

    -Have had several one night stands but not a single long term relationship
    *That just means you like to get your dick wet. Irrelevant.

    -Until recently, often called arrogant, decided to change that part of me when entered college
    *Why change? It's not arrogance if you're always right.

    -Difficulty trusting people
    *People are dicks. Irrelevant.

    -Has felt "emotionally moved" by movies, books and other media, even to the point of tears. Although I do not recall ever feeling the same way about a real life situation
    *That's the purpose of media.

    -I seem to have respect and fascination for nature far beyond all my peers. To the point where I feel I am more likely to harm a human than an animal
    *Again, your internal value system.

    -My manipulating people has often been beneficial for them, as it forced them out of negative situations such as unhealthy relationships...and mostly unhealthy relationships
    *I do the same, but your wording suggests that you reason about it differently. When I do something which helps someone close to me, it's because I view them as a possession. It's just kindergarten level "He's trying to break my toys. Hell naw."

    -Fond and apparently capable of writing poetry. Albeit that could just be a modified form of manipulation
    *Or you just like poetry. Irrelevant.

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  33. Mah roflcopter goes swra swra swraAugust 8, 2010 at 1:10 PM

    I was right, he has nothing, just an asocial personnality.

    How did you like my interpretation by the way?

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  34. wow postmodern...that was impressive...a bit funny too. Good for you.

    All these names are getting silly. Can you guys keep it simple please? It's confusing enough for me to keep the thought thread flowing nevermind keeping track of names. I know you won't do it but I'm going to ask anyway. Just pick a universal name like astroboy or spiderman. Thank you:)

    Grace

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  35. To be clear, I am not the roflcopter nor anything other than this name. There's a troll about and he's clogging the thread.

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  36. I know your name Postmodern..it's the other(s) I'm addressing. Let's see how smart they really are..they'll either clean it up or try some other blog...or I guess they could continue and then there goes the I.Q.

    Grace

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  37. -Precocious as a child
    Learned to read before starting kinder garden, write soon after. Elaborate lies and alibis since early age. Pushing other kids to fight against each other.

    -Some behavioral issues as a child both at home but at school, nothing serious
    Several fights during elementary, arguments with teachers, some stealing, in middle school ditching and a couple times forging parents signature

    -Pathological liar
    Ah, simply because from what I understand pathological liars are unable to control when and how they lie. I have control over the situations in which I lie in, the nature and complexity of the lie. Also while lying makes things easier, truth is often more amusing.

    -Sometimes manipulative
    That is true, I do see a few people as more than prey. But everyone else feels like fair game.

    -High IQ, 138
    Really? I thought that high or low IQs detonated a higher possibility of so called mental illnesses.

    -Have always had trouble, or rather little interest on socializing
    True, but only because I have little interest on people it does not mean I do not interact with them, it is unavoidable and I suppose also useful

    -Not sure if I feel guilt
    Never felt bad about the fights, the petty thefts, ditching, etc. Usually felt my actions were justified (i.e. I am too smart for this school so its pointless for me to attend)

    -Always been the "quiet" type, but I can amass large groups of friends quickly when needed
    Once again, I agree. While I am the quiet type that persona only stays true until actual interaction begins, at that point I switch over to full sarcastic-bastard mode, which people seem to love. I do dislike parties as well. I am not exactly sure why either. Being a true sociopath perhaps the reason you dislike them is because the massive amount of people and chaos makes it difficult to amass attention onto yourself.

    -Easily bored and distracted
    I suppose, it feels somewhat pressing. Like I need to find something else to do otherwise I will go insane. Then again it might just be some mild ADD.

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  38. Here is the rest of the post:

    -Procrastinator
    Well lets see. College applications. Final papers. Job interviews (consequently being late). Actually, come to think of it there are very few things in which I do not procrastinate.

    -Somewhat misanthropic
    You probably have a point there, if you want to be technical about it, its not as much that I hate people as much as it is that I think they are stupid and often incompetent.

    -Have been called "cold blooded" and similar many times
    I have been present on car accidents and hospital scenes in which people were severely wounded and on extreme pain, on those situations people found it strange that I remained relatively expressionless. I also find it irrational to feel pity over the suffering of people on other countries, states, cities or anywhere in general, as pity does not help their situation.

    -Might murder someone if their actions justify such punishment
    In this case I feel it is not as much stratification as a sense of self righteous justice

    -Not exactly fearless as I am mortally afraid of deep water, but beyond that not easily scared
    I had some experiences in early childhood, three of them, in which I fell into a river, a deep pool, and again a river. All three times I nearly drowned, ever since then I have had difficulty being near deep water. The first experience caused the fear the other two just reinforced it.

    -Until recently, often called arrogant, decided to change that part of me when entered college
    I changed it because

    -Difficulty trusting people
    *People are dicks. Irrelevant.
    True, very very true.

    -I seem to have respect and fascination for nature far beyond all my peers. To the point where I feel I am more likely to harm a human than an animal
    Yes, I suppose I do have an internal value system.

    -My manipulating people has often been beneficial for them, as it forced them out of negative situations such as unhealthy relationships...and mostly unhealthy relationships
    I agree with that also to some degree, when I push someone out of what I consider an unhealthy relationship it is because I feel attachment to that person and thus don't want them taken away from me, particularly by someone unworthy. Not to mention, by helping them out of such a situation one gains more of their trust.

    Thank you for your feedback.

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  39. Ze man is telling you : You are no sociopath at all, and I may repeat myself, I don't like people that aren't sociable enough to be anthropic... And so did anyone like my interpretation... Anyone even Saw it D:. And also, too bad you are cold-blooded, people are more Wtf when you can Rofl such a scene then when you just passivwe

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  40. I usually just stick with Anonymous. Less of a hassle, and I'm not going out of my way to start a blog.

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  41. Hey anymonous, you liked my interpretation

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  42. Don't you mean "L'homme"? I thought you spoke French.

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  43. Google-translated French.

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  44. No It's actually as Ze Man, It's purposedly faulty if you want we can argue in french

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  45. What you say isn't irritating, its just random gibberish. The fact that such weak pathetic people exist in this world is what irritates me. If you think spouting non sense will get anyone, especially me, off this site you are delusional.
    You don't prefer verbal abuse, its just the only attention you know you will get. The fucked up part about it is that you would rather people sit here and treat you like trash rather than be completely ignored. How does it feel to be so stupid? Is it like they say 'ignorance' is bliss? Or is it miserable? I would like to know what its like to be you for 5 minutes. Exactly the amount of time I would need to cut my own throat and leap off a building.

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  46. Αυτός ο άνθρωποςAugust 8, 2010 at 5:51 PM

    OHohoh... You are dark... Awesome, I like people who tend to kill themselves. And complete gibberish is indeed what I do, but if you'd meet me it wouldn't(?) fall in non-sense, it would just be normal conversations with references to stuff that I appear to be the only one I know to know. Really, nothing I say or do doesn't is non-sense. It's Das mann for you, man I don't know that keeps forgetting my earlier posts. And I do not am(?) ignorant, I just do't say intelligent stuff for many experiences of people don't getting the reference and following the «I don't know it, it's not important» logic

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  47. whatever your name is: "it would just be normal conversations with references to stuff that I appear to be the only one I know to know."

    oh dear. you're the only one who knows?

    it's more like you don't even know what you don't know.

    You need to grow up some more and then you will know that you really know nothing at all.

    Grace

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  48. I don't know nothing at all, just not all. Tell me, did you understand my reference to Voltaire , which I know I kinda misreapeated,It was suppposed to say «I disagree with what you are saying but I will defend you right to say it to death» Which I still would have modified the ending like I did. And I said the only one I know to know, because in my everyday conversations, no one gets the hint

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  49. It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's Ze manAugust 8, 2010 at 6:53 PM

    It's Ze man for you, but my friends call me by my real name

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  50. Look I just read here more than comment. Sometimes I relate to different stuff and I make a comment. I don't understand everything that is said here and I don't pretend to. I just read and learn. Your comments were confusing me so I commented..no need for you to explain it though:)

    Grace

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  51. Alright, but then why did you sound satirical

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  52. i'll tell you why. because you keep changing your name!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHY?! And now I had to look up the word satirical!
    But I sort of knew what it meant.

    Just communicate with the sociopaths here. I'm not one and I'll stay out of it. Enjoy:) I'll read another thread.

    Grace

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  53. Ok but I'll go on that one too. And I change my name because diversity is fucked

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  54. ce man, you seem to be in love with the thoughts in your head.

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  55. Not really, most of them aren't mine

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  56. Npw, I want to know why do you think I am not a sociopath,not counting the fact that annoy you, just a plain answer without prejudice

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  57. Anyone who has an education, or lives in civilization, probably knows that Voltaire quote. It is one of his most popular quotes.

    As someone who read this conversation after the fact, here is my opinion. You sound like a boy in your late teens or early twenties. You are at that phase of life where you believe that you are more intelligent than everyone around you. This is not abnormal.

    What's more, you think being "bad" is cool. You associate being "bad" with being a sociopath, and are eager to call yourself by that name. You don't sound like a sociopath to me, you sound like a typical teenager.

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  58. Neoowww, not actually, I aren't eager as you say, I was jsut curious because my mother has told me I fitted most of the symptoms.

    And apparently, Grace didn't know it

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  59. Oh you lovely people. Why do you want to be sociopaths? Once I also thought I might be one. But I had to admit I just have sociopathic tendencies, that's all. And I've done much worst things...
    *As a child I used to say to my brother "You're nothing, you aren't worth nothing, nothing" till he started to cry. And I was just a little girl.
    *I love having one night stands with girls and I have thoughts about killing them (hey, nobody would know!) But the fact is police would find me, so I say NO to myself.
    And I'm not even a sociopath, I think being cruel and self loving bastard is just a part of being human.

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  60. Anyway, don't you think it would be easier just to say them: "Congrats, you're a sociopath"? My guess is all those wannabe's will get bored and start thinking that they're Casanovas, Saints or smth. else idiotic...

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  61. I suppose that's a thought. But self-delusion is wasted potential. I'm not going to feed a fantasy out of convenience.

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  62. Maybe so... And I have to admit it would be less funny without them here.

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  63. There would be you, him, he, she them and that's all folks.

    And why would I want to be self centered, arrogant, constantly bored, annoying and annoyed

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  64. Altought I really rely to the no guilt part

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  65. Wanting so bad for people to call you a sociopath is not very sociopathic.

    It's called "teen angst".

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  66. Teen angus... I think it's sold at A&W and I don't want that why would I want that, tell me why do you think I want that

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  67. Lol, this troll is funny.

    I can't believe Ukan or Postmodern were so dense that they didn't realize he was trolling as soon as he made his first post.

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  68. You would love that ? Are you man/woman and how do you know 2 is man/woman

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  69. @ That unstable fart of a nick: Once you grow, you'll get that f/m in most cases quite doesn't matter.

    @ More stable rest: Rooting for you.

    Claire

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  70. Lol never, gay is gay, lesbian is lesbian

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  71. Are sociopaths always low on emotion though? It isn't possible for them to do something out of anger or excitement?

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    1. or yeah really wanting to do something... and what about some peoples violence impulses? really wanting to do something, cant imagine that being emotionless. I do not always trust people when they claim to have low or no emotions, too many times have they done that and shown me its not true.. whether they were purposely lying or just fooling themselves or not seeing/thinking about everything.

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    2. And the OCD thing was a rather lame analogy, people report being driven by anxiety, OCD is an anxiety disorder, and anxiety is an emotion! wtf... having experience with it, trust me, OCD does come with unpleasant emotion, it isnt just randomly doing shit robotically, not being able to because... for no reason. It's because it's hard not to, because of anxiety. An emotion. OCD is an anxiety disorder god dammit.

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  72. M.E. is a Mormon douchebag who associates with a group who believe asinine things such as Native Americans being Israelites that God got pissed off at and turned their skin red as punishment. Among other things, such as nearly EVERYTHING about Joseph Smith and Mormonism.

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