Saturday, February 26, 2011

Guest post: socio song Hey Mister

109 comments:

  1. She is more of a hamburger than an ice cream.

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  2. Love it. Older letches are the BEST! Yum yum eat im up! What a cutie!

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  3. Are you kidding spittle? I wouldn't fuck that pig for a million dollars

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  4. I know who you are, anon.^ You'd fuck him for a billion.

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  5. You're right. he he. I'm leaving now to go to my own money bag. C ya later, Wet and Spit

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  6. I have been thinking of leaving everything behind lately, coerce my relative out of her money, change my name and start out fresh, I'll do what i have to do to keep me from working, I'd hate to work, never have never will.

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  7. He studies her hair.

    She considers blackmail...

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  8. Yeh I can relate Adam, I haven't done a hard days work for years. If I left it might fail though, I'm trying to "break out" of the self deception my life revolves around.

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  9. I was thinking about that compartmentalization stuff, I think it suits me pretty well, the way I can have completely different sets of beliefs and values at different times. No memory loss though, which counts out Dissociative Identity Disorder, I think

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  10. I was thinking about the "psychopathy" argument in court cases, I think it's pretty legitimate, I can't control my behaviour at all, if I had grown up harbouring the desire to rape and kill, I doubt I would of stayed out of jail, every time I get lonely or disgusted at society, I start to think and plan ways to get back at the world. Although I will never act on this urge because the feelings don't last.

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  11. You controlled you're urge to get back at the world...

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  12. In the past few months, since being diagnosed, yes. Before then I would do anything, a long term friendship could quickly turn into nothing as soon as I got angry, I would want to hurt them and sometimes would.

    The point is, psychopaths are not aware of there attention deficit, I can control my behaviour occasionally because the negative feelings like anger don't last long enough to be acted on. Just last week I bottled a woman for disrespecting me.

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  13. spelling mistakes because I am dyslexic

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  14. I give you a huge amount of credit for working on the self deception, you'll find alot more doors open up for you.

    Any charges over bottling the woman?

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  15. @anon

    You aren't a psychopath, you were mis-diagnosed.

    My guess is the problem lies with self-esteem, and anger issues.

    I know, I have the same issue. I am very cool when I am happy. When I get mad, I want to kill and get back at the person that made me mad.

    I am an empath, and I am the same way as you.

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  16. Jason, I've started reading the book and it's really good.
    If your thinking of blog why don't you write about your inning conversations?

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  17. Haven, you're right.

    What is your preference: Porche, ferrari or lotus?

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  18. While most of that book almost directly parallels to my life, some of it doesn't.

    Me and the author have distinct personality differences, despite having the same set of symptoms for HFA(High-functioning autism).

    He is more of a savant, which you will learn later why. I am more broad.

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  19. Jason, you are a fool if you think psychopaths don't have anger outbursts. You should get the fuck off this blog with you're wild statements, he was diagnosed my a professional, I'd take his word over yours.

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  20. Well I wouldn't want to read what he's thinking again.

    Things that you deal with.

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  21. Wild statements? You didn't even understand what I said.

    I said just because he has anger outbursts doesn't mean he is a psychopath, and its easy to fool a professional if you delude yourself enough to identify with a psycho.

    I have anger outbursts to, much more severe then normal people. What he described is something I experience as well, does this make me a psycho?

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  22. But you said he WASN'T a psychopath, he didn't explain enough for you to say he wasn't, you sound like you're jealous. Bottling a woman IS psychopathic behavior, it's without planning.

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  23. You are now implying that someone needs to be psychotic to bottle a women.

    He didn't explain enough, but what he is describing appears to be problems controlling his anger. I am not jealous, I have never attempted to get diagnosed and I never will.

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  24. Listen to VAST-Pretty when you cry

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  25. TNP was taking about not suppressing all your impulses, having to go with some of them. Can anyone tell me more how thw works?

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  26. ha. jason doesn't even know the difference between psychopathy and psychosis.

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  27. If he is bottling women then boasting about it of course he lacks empathy you dimwit, who knows what else he did in the past? You're a fool, you never met a psychopath in you're life so don't make assumptions.

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  28. "be psychotic to bottle a women."

    there is my point fuck face.

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  29. He was describing the incident of the women to prove that he has bad impulse control.

    He wasn't boasting about it. Besides, what has he to gain bragging about such acts on a blog under an anonymous name.

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  30. "be psychotic to bottle a women."

    "there is my point fuck face. "

    Oh that. I just used the wrong word there.

    You still don't have to be a sociopath to have the urge to bottle a women. Anger is something everyone experiences.

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  31. would a normal person smack a woman upside the head with a glass bottle for "disrespecting" them? no.

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  32. We have no idea what he brands as disrespect.

    Disrespect can be you calling me stupid.

    Disrespect can also be you vandalizing my property and spitting in my face.

    And you are only proving my point that people can act out on anger.

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  33. You said he ISNT.

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  34. Yes, I think he isn't, but I could be wrong.

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  35. Chances are you are wrong.

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  36. I am very critical at times so maybe.

    I read between the lines alot lol.

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  37. jason chances are that you are one stupid fucker who almost everyone here hates. oh wait that is for certain.

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  39. Well you are someone with dyslexia who can barely spell, and people would hate you if you weren't too much of a pansy to sign up for a real account.

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  40. Anon, you're an idiot.

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  41. I'm not the guy with dyslexia and nobody gives a fuck about how well you can spell. what do you want a fucking sticker and a pat on the back?

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  42. and you are the pansy who deletes his comments.

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  43. Well thank you Jason for altering everyones perception of me, now everyone thinks I'm not a psychopath, they can't think for themselves.

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  44. HAHA Jason, professional troll

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  45. Atleast let sociopathworld be the one place that trolls aren't discussed, I thought we were above that?

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  46. Red Dead Redemption is the best fucking video game EVER! I don't care what this site is about, I just want you all to know that. I feel sorry for anyone who hasn't played it.

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  47. Jason what is the book you spoke of?

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  48. I played I think, three games last year? Red Dead was one of them and I really liked the story. I watched all those Clint Eastwood movies growing up, but wasn't terribly fond of most Westerns.

    It had enough moral ambiguity and brutal pragmatism to make it compelling, and arguing with yourself who is actually in the wrong, were you not John Marston. One bastard for another still leaves you a bastard at the reigns. I often feel this is how life is, so rare is it a good man can stay that way when encumbered with power.

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  49. Look me in the eyes.

    That is the name of the book.

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  50. The characters Edgar Ross and Dutch were complete psychopaths.

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  51. Mw2 is still the best.

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  52. Is respect for women also a learned trait?

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  53. Is respect in general a learned trait?

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  54. Respect and gratitude are innate and also learned as much as hate and aggression are innate and also can be trained. Its where you place your focus. Where one places one's attention is influenced by upbringing, culture and experience.

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  55. What is the role of women's brains?

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  56. there are many lonely, weak, and depressed girls with rich parents on youtube, such as http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBCRtIEUbbo

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  57. where one places one's attention is influenced by dark desires, fetishes and addiction.

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  58. That depends on how many compartments one chooses to occupy. Dark desires, fetishes, and addictions are compartments. They rule their own place. There is more real estate available.

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  59. The real estate is there but the means to explore it is not available to one and all alike.

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  60. 'What is the role of women's brains?'

    To fuck with you

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  61. freedom and choice are nothing but placebos for our diseases.

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  62. Curiosity is a start. The possibility is the inspiration. Risk the motivation.

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  63. Men and women have brains who love to fuck with each other.

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  64. All my learned traits are primarily motivated to attain my dark desires without stirring up unwanted attention. I have no idea what real respect means. Faking it is much easier if i find the right philosophical arguments within myself.

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  65. Diseases? We are more healthy than ill.

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  66. ..like to think that

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  67. If I focus on good and truth, I become despicable and a pack of lies. If I indulge with lies and depravity, I stop focusing on them and only use them when I feel like it.

    There is no real estate in my heart or mind for good and evil. There is only real estate for Me. Whether I hold a babe in loving arms, or under water as it squirms, it does not matter. All that matters is Me, and it is all that will ever matter.

    The only trick is to not let anyone see it. I'll play the devil or the angel, depending on what effect I need. It is all I have ever done, and it is all that I will ever do.

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  68. respect and gratitude was never in our DNA. We need a lifetime of using our brain cells and chemical reactions to make them intrinsic or we just adopt robot behavior and pick any off-the-shelve versions and complete the rest of our human 'make up' with off-the-shelve emotions.

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  69. I can respect someone's abilities. I can respect what they've done. I can respect what they do. But I can never respect them, because they are only humans, and humans are always foolish and weak. Aspects which never miss my eye from anyone I come to know, thus eternally falling short of my standards.

    I can relate. I can befriend. I can admire. But respect? Respect to me will always be saying the right things, making the right gestures, and holding my tongue where appropriate. It is all an act, and only to sate the ego of the fools that cannot see past the ruse.

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  70. The origins of morality is when the devil starts watching other devils. Thus began magick performances.

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  71. My positivity needs the effort of assertion and purpose and are unreliable. My negativity and voids are always there and stable.

    So far the purposes has been to camouflage and to attract what I need to fulfill my dark urges. These are the only skills I seem to clearly comprehend as essential. At this point the successes are dismal as I can barely conceal my disgust at the charade.

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  72. "But I can never respect them, because they are only humans, and humans are always foolish and weak."

    No doubt, you respect yourself, TNP. Correct?

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  73. I can relate, anon 11:38.

    Find another reason for the charade, maybe?

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  74. Grand points. Also, etiquette is a form of respect. Communication is a form of respect as are laws.

    TNP -11:13PM. The definition of ME seems to be good and evil as in a God. Have you ever studied the Hindu pantheon? The creative and destructive live as key aspects of their archetypes.

    THP-11:21PM. Being a God is complex. Being a judge is conviction wrapped by the outer veil of uncertainty,

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  75. If I met myself, I would no more respect the man than any other man, both great and small. But I would say that he was a devilishly clever and good looking fellow. ;)

    Do I respect myself as a person, and not for my abilities? I'm not even sure that's possible for me, and I'm my own greatest critic. Sure, I'm an amazing person in my own right, but I'm not blind to my faults. That's not being humble, but realistic.

    There's a world full of people waiting on their laurels at any chance to humble and belittle you. Why would I bother doing it to myself?

    I truly cannot fathom respecting a person simply for who they are. It makes me suspect of anyone who makes what I consider to be a wild claim.

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  76. "It makes me suspect of anyone who makes what I consider to be a wild claim."

    I'm sorry I am trying to follow you here (because I'm hanging on to your every word) but I don't understand this last bit. I must be slow. Or something.

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  77. I'm actually being as respectful as I am able to be

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  78. The desires are always the same hence the reason will never change. But i get that I need to look at the charades differently and find a point where the contradictions and the real me do not react as they do now. Only then can I achieve convincing transparency in the persona I need to get what I want and do what I want.

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  79. My desires change often.

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  80. Mine is a compulsion, a fetish, and addiction too deeply embedded to even know how it started and why it envelopes my whole reason for being.

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  81. You may call it misplaced guilt and you would be absolutely correct. Misplaced as I'm only too aware that the watchers are in fact the devil and I have nothing but hate for this situation. At this point the only way out has always been to find justification for the devil.

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  82. It means exactly what it meant. Perhaps I will try to re-word it for you, though. It makes me suspicious of people who claim it, because I cannot understand it, nor the need to, which some people display. I've never understand the need for reverence and respect that people show. Are they all so weak of will strength that they need heroes of their own fabrication?

    I laugh when I see this with sports, and when an athletes personal life bleeds out into the public in a bad light, the same with celebrities as we saw yesterday. People are just people. Some find their great talents and hone them to something great. But it is their talents that should be admired, and nothing more. But instead, people hold the famous to standards that often they themselves cannot meet. It's ridiculous.

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  83. I don't know who it is that is "watching" unless you are video taping your escapades. In that case, air it on the news. You'll be famous.

    There are other people's judgement, punishment for broken laws, and that is about it.

    As far as the devil is concerned, "she has no power here" (Wizard of Oz reference)

    Jerk off to snuff stuff and call it a day.

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  84. "Are they all so weak of will strength that they need heroes of their own fabrication?"

    Ease up. Some people need fabricated "heroes" because they had shitty parents they can't respect.

    At some point that admiration goes away. Unless one doesn't want it to. (that's a little strange;)

    It's a process. Don't you have anything in the process? Or are you perfect?

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  85. Philosophical examinations are not much different from sports. The highs are just in the scores, the thrill and drama of competition and of winning. The victors, losers and crowds are all moments in time just like truths and loyalties. The rules and the arenas lasts somewhat longer.

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  86. Celebrities nowadays are idols for people who claim to have no god yet worship at the alter of consumerism.

    Their emotional involvement is intense because they project their hopes and fears onto blank images, which reporters craft into legends, in the grand tradition of those found in the world of mythologies.

    Cue: quests, adventures, pursuits, rescues, escapes, revenge, riddles, rivalry, underdogs, temptations, maturations, love, forbidden love, sacrifice, discovery, wretched excess, ascension, descension, and their favourite - redemption.

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  87. People need to believe because that's all they have between life and death. Some cling to it more than others.(Think building Pyramids) Others just don't get the point and find meaning only in momentary sensation and trauma ~ Beepers, Anarchist, Serial Killers.

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  88. I was in love with someone who once looked up at the ceiling and said "Let her do what she wants." He was imitating his father at his age. It was a perfect response to something he thought was irrational.

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  89. Goo goo gaga. I am momentarily bored. But I will be back!

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  90. he is such a bore

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  91. and rude, although hard to say exactly how

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  92. I learned at a very young age that no one deserves the title of hero that still holds breath, and even a dead man's secrets can be found.

    People either paint themselves as heroes, or people do it for them. The same goes for villains.

    So no, I cannot relate to your irrational pining to a series of smoke and mirrors. What a pity that I am not so blind. Pray for my lack of ignorance, and weep for my open eyes.

    I don't need heroes, and never have.

    Am I perfect? Perhaps not in your eyes. But in my eyes, you are less than nothing. Negation of worth, and just another fool that questions mine. Question away, tramp. You give me excuses to speak about myself, a weakness I enjoy too much.

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  93. What you give is what you get back most of the time. Don't you see it with the different masks you wear?

    So if your giving out insults thats whats going to be returned to you.

    If your giving out pleasure thats whats going to be given back to you.

    If you mix it all up you have chaos.

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  94. 'freedom and choice are nothing but placebos for our diseases'

    i really like that Anon. do you mind if i use it for my next blog? well, i will anyway, so, deal. :D

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  95. I only watched the video, I didn't really care about you guys on the blog today (sorry! Don't take it personally or anything). All I can say is el oh el.

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  96. Hero and villain are the same. Just projection screens, both cultural and individual. And projection is a human trait, yes? If you see hero and villain as separate you are stuck in the maya of duality. Every light has a shadow.

    Therefore if one is wired different, the hero worship thing does seems a bit odd and entertaining. Yet we all project, so there is something fun in it for all of us. Projection is also a great tool for justification of one's actions aka "I am not alone"

    Tik, Love this . . . "So if you're giving out insults thats whats going to be returned to you. If your giving out pleasure thats whats going to be given back to you. If you mix it all up you have chaos."

    Chaos as in creative crucible or chaos as in something to rise above?

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  97. Just depends on how you use it and what you want.

    Just wanted to make the point that no one is going to treat you better then you treat them, if you expect them to your going to create the disrespect you don't want.

    SoulfulPath the first comment was not directed at you but thank you for commenting.

    There was alot of good conversation from last night and this morning, I wish I could absorb it better.

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  98. Great Quote Soulful,

    "Men and wonmen have brains who love to fuck with each other"

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  99. you're welcome notme. It was off the cuff but not rambunctious

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  100. lol, yeah, is was a good one, and something i've outlined here before. but you made it quotable.

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