Sunday, February 20, 2011

Loss Of Cat Child's First Real Experience With Death, Killing

The title of thisThe Onion photo caption.

132 comments:

  1. His eyes goes well with the background.

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  2. Can't tell if he's pissed off or sad. Either way this is one shitty post.

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  3. hes obviously sad. pissed off would involve more in the eyes and frowning.

    MEs on holiday i think. give him a break

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  4. Loss Of Cat Child's First Real Experience With Death, Killing

    Did he kill the cat?

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  5. It's not that obvious to me. He doesn't look that sad. More... bewildered? Or a fake pout? I can't tell... he certainly doesn't look rueful.

    ME, you could have at least added a clever quip or something for this post. Otherwise, post a LOLcat next time. It would be more entertaining than this...

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  6. nah it's almost definately just sad. trust me i'm very good with facial/emotional recognition...
    it's a photo so it could be a 'fake pout' but it resembles the real thing enough to tell what he's feeling.
    (or meant to be feeling)
    i could always be wrong but i'm saying that

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  7. Ok.

    I'm not great at face reading. Grew up in a culture where you didn't look other people in the eye when you talked, unless you wanted to get bloody. Pretty good handle on other body language and tone, though.

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  8. lol i thought you might argue it to the hilt. I don't know for sure, there's no proof, but I know i'm good with subtleties.

    actually i wanted to post a link to a facial recognition test to see how you guys would do with it.
    do you want me to?
    and do you like my kitty-kat? :)

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  9. yes, I would like the test link please.

    That face is more 'oops' and 'what punishment may come I deserve now' as in slight sadness for what will come for him next. Of course he'll get away with it and may even learn to make himself look as the hero who was trying to save the cat.

    This woman I know killed a cat by throwing him at the wall and then upon seeing other people's reactions to the cat (people had no idea how the cat had died) she realized taking care of cats was a quick and cheap way of appearing like a hero. She still has a lot of cats in her backyard).

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  10. notme your kitty cat looks narcissistic.

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  11. Ya notme gimme the test plez

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  12. notme, gimme gimme gimme

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  13. I think you only think it's "oops" or "a fake pout" because you making assumptions. What would you think if you saw it anywhere else.

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  14. The "Rorschach test" post presents a challenge! Oh goody!

    PLAYFUL QUESTIONS TO PONDER . . .

    If this were your child how would you respond?

    How would you mold this new life?

    What wisdom, training or guidance would you want to give this child?

    And if this child asks you "what is death?" How would you respond?

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  15. Notme, I adore your white kitty picture.

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  16. Playful little imposter, I'd like to f..k you.

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  17. I will murder your kitty in the name of allah

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  18. Fact -

    Criminals who are generally considered to be physically unattractive receive, on average, a 50% longer jail sentence for their crime than good looking criminals.

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  19. PLAYFUL QUESTIONS TO PONDER . . .

    If this were your child how would you respond?
    Me: What's wrong?
    Child: Nothing...
    Me: Good.

    How would you mold this new life?
    I wouldn't, I don't like the kid. He looks annoying as shit.

    What wisdom, training or guidance would you want to give this child?
    What's good for me is good for you, so if you know what's good for you, you'll do what's good for me. First thing, wipe that look off your face. I don't know what the fuck your problem is, and I don't care. But I do know that everyone else will get pissed at me because you're unhappy, which brings me to my next point... what's bad for me is VERY bad for you. Do you understand?


    And if this child asks you "what is death?" How would you respond?
    Death is when the universe, and everything in it, disappears. Everything that ever was, is, or will be, will be gone when you die. Including you.

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  20. TEST

    sorry i took ages. couldn't find it so i gave up and then i found it. there are three sections and it takes about 20 minutes to do.

    thanks Soulful, isn't it scrumptious?

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  21. i think it's too scrumptious, might have to take it down :)

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  22. It looks so cute i want to murder it

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  23. Adams results.


    Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is extraverted, not very agreeable, not very open, not very conscientious, and somewhat anxious.


    Mind in the eye
    You correctly identified 29 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 80, meaning you scored higher than 80% of people who took this test.


    Face memory
    You correctly identified 53 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 30, meaning you scored higher than 30% of people who took this test.

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  24. Everyone should answer as honestly as they can, don't be shy.

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  25. Let me see your results.

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  26. It tells me that I'm not conscientious but I largely am driven towards success, but i have a hard time actually aquiring the power in the long run, i guess i don't give a fuck if i get it or not, oh the joys of having no conscience :)

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  27. nah, as purveyor of the test, i'll wait for everyone else first.

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  28. Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is extraverted, not very agreeable, open, conscientious, and somewhat anxious.

    not sure why i come across as anxious, seeing as in questions such as "I get easily anxious" i put "strongly disagree"

    You correctly identified 25 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 40, meaning you scored higher than 40% of people who took this test.

    hmmm i was watching tv at the time too, lol

    You correctly identified 65 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 84, meaning you scored higher than 84% of people who took this test.

    i think socio types are meant to think they do well on this, but actually do worse than average. i indeed am a special snowflake :)

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  29. oh no wait i got those the wrong way round - they reported the recognising emotions result before the recognising faces result whereas it was tested the other way round.

    my comment
    i think socio types are meant to think they do well on this, but actually do worse than average. i indeed am a special snowflake :) was about the emotional recognition.

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  30. I'm happy with my results they fit me perfectly. I think UKan and misanthrope will be similar to myself.

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  31. we do realize this pic has nothing to do with the title. The Onion news network is fake. Its a gag sight.

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  32. Psychopaths don't have trouble reading emotions in the eyes

    http://intramural.nimh.nih.gov/research/pubs/blair06.pdf

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  33. Res. How do you fancy yourself as a sociopath if you are conscientious?


    "To be conscientious is to be fully aware of your impact, on your environment and on people round you."

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  34. do you read papers or just the abstract?

    "The data has been inconsistent...
    "The Eyes Test is also interesting because of its known anatomical correlates. Thus, a recent functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study showed that presentation of the task produced increased activation in several areas, including the dorsolateral prefrontal and the left medial frontal cortices, the superior temporal gyrus, and the left amygdala. The finding of amygdala activation is of particular interest given the extensive literature suggesting amygdala dysfunction in psychopathy. Thus, if the Eyes Test requires the involvement of the amygdala, and psychopathy reflects amygdala dysfunction, it should be predicted that individuals with psychopathy will perform poorly on the Eyes
    Test."

    i read (and have written) scientific papers, and these authors are covering their asses to some extent because they think their findings in this experiment may be contradicted by a future one. in other words the jury is still out on whether socios do better/worse on the eyes test.

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  35. adam - i don't think you'll find me anywhere claiming to be a sociopath. i would only ever say that i can identify strongly with many socio traits.
    see here if you want my self analysis.

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  36. You love the truth dont you? I think you have aspergers.

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  37. it's something i've considered...
    but like i say in that self-analysis, i'm not easily put into any box - and although i'm a little aspie it really is only a little. aspies would probably get closer to 30% right on "the eyes" test. i got 70%.

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  38. Trying to learn about yourself by posting on a blog is pointless.

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  39. hey i just started a blog on a whim. Enjoy, it might not last...

    And my kitty is now sadly in hell...

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  40. Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is introverted, neither agreeable nor disagreeable, open, moderately conscientious, and relatively calm.
    Mind in the Eyes Test



    You correctly identified 24 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 30, meaning you scored higher than 30% of people who took this test.
    Cambridge Face Memory Test II



    You correctly identified 68 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 91, meaning you scored higher than 91% of people who took this test.

    what do you think that means?

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  41. anon, it is if it is an isolated act. if it encourages others to post, and you may learn about yourself from what they post, then it is not pointless.
    anyway - if you are a psychopath and you don't care what anyone thinks of you and are bored enough to do the test then why not post the result? are you insecure about who you are and who others here think you are? i take my mask off here, i am not competing for any biggest psycho prize.

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  42. I quit during the face memory part because it was taking to long.

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  43. JB, it means you're probably better at identifying people's faces than emotional subtleties on their faces.

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  44. You would have to be disabled not to know what emotions they were showing.

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  45. lol. Thats rather obvious, but what dose that mean?

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  46. @Adam
    You got 29/36, so how disabled (do you mean retarded?) are you?

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  47. As it says, i got more than 80% of the partakers, i got a good score.

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  48. lol. Really Adam. at least I can tell who I'm looking at.

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  49. i disagree Adam, some of the eye ones were very tricky.

    JB, what do you mean what does it mean? It means what it says, dammit. ;)
    ok, it probably means you only pick up what is relevant to you personally - only what you need to use from people to appeal to your own interests. It means you're not great at seeing people's emotions. You're more about reading breadth then depth.

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  50. I am in general a good people reader.

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  51. That would make sense. I remember faces but I can't remember names. I guess in the end people just aren't that important to me.

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  52. The faces i remembered most were the vulnerable looking guys, the one with the pointy up nose,light eyes and quivering lip, he had victim written all over him.

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  53. Funny bit:
    Personality
    extraverted, agreeable, open, conscientious, and somewhat anxious.

    Mind in the Eyes Test
    You correctly identified 27 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 60, meaning you scored higher than 60% of people who took this test.

    Cambridge Face Memory Test II
    You correctly identified 70 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 95, meaning you scored higher than 95% of people who took this test.

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  54. notme, can we find what those eyes correctly meant?
    I'm not happy with my 60% on that one.

    and this was really funny today:
    If this were your child how would you respond?
    Me: What's wrong?
    Child: Nothing...
    Me: Good.

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  55. "The faces i remembered most were the vulnerable looking guys, the one with the pointy up nose,light eyes and quivering lip, he had victim written all over him."
    *facepalm*
    Your trying too hard Adam and it shows

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  56. Adam, being conscientious is part of forming impressions.

    Res, I was also wondering about that anxious bit since I got it too and answered similarly. Weird.


    Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is extraverted, not very agreeable, open, conscientious, and somewhat anxious


    You correctly identified 31 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 90, meaning you scored higher than 90% of people who took this test.

    You correctly identified 70 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 95, meaning you scored higher than 95% of people who took this test.

    I'm surprised I did as well as I did for catching the emotions through eyes, but about 1/3rd of them were guesses. As for remembering faces, frankly I'm ticked I missed two.

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  57. here, this is the revised version with the correct answers for reading the eyes test:
    http://www.questionwritertracker.com/index.php/quiz/display?id=61&token=Z4MK3TKB

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  58. No, being conscientious is giving a damn.

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  59. You just contradicted yourself Adam. When you say that you dont give a damn your implying that you are aware but you still just don't give a shit. Thats what I'm like usually, and thats exactly what I'm we were talking about the other day.

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  60. Funny bit
    hope no one posts the answers though...!

    My scores.
    Face recognition: 68/72. Higher than 91% of people.

    Eyes: 33/36. Higher than 96% of people.

    I think i underestimated myself a bit and was whacked out when i took it. Maybe i could have done better otherwise.
    can't remember what they said on personality, sorry. did it a while ago.

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  61. Yeah, I don't wake up every day and choose not to care, it's set in stone.

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  62. I think the new link was clearer or less intimidating somehow, or maybe it's doing it a second time (but without knowing the answers) I did much better. One or two though definitely was impossible even after knowing the answer.

    In both I was reading the eyes as much more positive than what it was, so clearly showing my erring on the trusting side.

    I'm a socio magnet, but that's ok, I think socios are really fun (and more worthwhile than not) when kept at a bit of a distance and approached with brain as opposed to heart.

    This blog is like a family where I can fight and still come back and interact. Really fun...

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  63. Nirvana birthday callFebruary 20, 2011 at 1:50 PM

    at 32,500,000 hits and more if you check it out today.. Nirvana birthday:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg&feature=fvsr
    scheduled February 20, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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  64. When you look into a psychopaths eyes you can't read them, they are always the same. Seriously try it for yourself.

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  65. It can mean that, Adam, but it doesn't necessitate it. Being conscientious can also mean just being cautious, painstaking, or meticulous.

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  66. Has anyone heard Christian bales rant? Classic narc rage, he has been one of those child stage kids all his life so it was pretty obvious.

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  67. So was tiger woods but hes a robot.

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  68. Note, we scored almost the same in percentages. though i got you by two points. but obviously you can read faces...

    yeah, i guessed a couple of the eye ones too.

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  69. Now we can be testing buddies :P Can't associate with the lesser creatures, after all...

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  70. What happened that slut medusa

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  71. Medusa talked so much shit that she suffocated from the stink

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  72. When's the post on how not to do things coming, I need to be able to drink without getting impulsive.

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  73. Lock yourself to a pole.

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  74. Alright what lock should I use because my sociopath skin excretes a deadly acid which deteriorates normal locks within 2 hours

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  75. deadly acid... deteriorating normal locks...

    ...... acid... deteriorationg socio ..ucks.

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  76. I'd go for an acid proof lock.

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  77. FUCK, I left a shitload of comments on a psychopath awareness site, they all got deleted.

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  78. Test Results;

    Personality;
    extraverted, agreeable, open, conscientious, and somewhat anxious.

    Mind in the Eye Test;
    30 out of 36
    Score 84%

    face memory;
    62 out of 72
    Score; 72%

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  79. If this were your child how would you respond?

    Me: What's wrong?
    Child: Nothing...
    Me: Good.
    Child: Can I get a Sociopath World t-shirt now?

    or

    Me: What's wrong?
    Child: Nothing...
    Me: Good.
    Child: If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed. Albert Einstein said that Daddy.

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  80. And the funny thing is Einstein was quite ruthless.

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  81. For Sick Joke Guy,

    Why when a guy talks dirty to a girl it's sexual harrasmentg but when a girl talks dirty to a guy,
    it's $1.00 an hour?

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  82. established by women long ago to control men

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  83. Ha ha, I think it's a matter of attitude on either ones part.

    Maybe thats the killer (attitude).

    Do you understand what I mean?

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  84. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Uf95INZmWI&feature=player_embedded

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  85. Pietits"

    That would certainly make titty-fucking more interesting. I guess one would have a legitimate excuse to bring whip cream to the bedroom.

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  86. Note when are you going to show SW what you look like? I a few have already.

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  87. Show my picture? How vain would that be? I could never.

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  88. @TNP

    do you demolish people like me?

    Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is introverted, not very agreeable, open, not very conscientious, and relatively calm.
    Mind in the Eyes Test



    You correctly identified 26 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 50, meaning you scored higher than 50% of people who took this test.
    Cambridge Face Memory Test II



    You correctly identified 50 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 18, meaning you scored higher than 18% of people who took this test.

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  89. Pardon, what's the context of your question, Jason?

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  90. Note, I know you are smarter then that

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  91. rodney alkaline test

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  92. @ Jason, I'm not sure of what your asking. Too much imformation about ones self is not good.

    I was responding to Note haviving his picture put up.

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  93. The Cambridge Face Memory Test II was way too hard.

    Mind in the Eyes Test



    You correctly identified 24 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 30, meaning you scored higher than 30% of people who took this test.
    Cambridge Face Memory Test II



    You correctly identified 39 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 1, meaning you scored higher than 1% of people who took this test.

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  94. They should take IQ into account cuz some people can just memorize the faces

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  95. Mind in the Eyes Test

    You correctly identified 30 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 84, meaning you scored higher than 84% of people who took this test.

    Cambridge Face Memory Test II

    You correctly identified 71 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 96, meaning you scored higher than 96% of people who took this test.

    Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is neither introverted nor extraverted, agreeable, open, not very conscientious, and somewhat anxious.


    Whats all that suppossed to say? I'm human afterall?

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  96. Your not an aspie.

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  97. Lmao. I was arguing with myself during the "Mind in the Eyes" portion. Some of those depictions were ambiguous in their meaning.

    I kidd you not on these results:

    Personality
    Based on your reponses on our persoanlity questionnaire, you indicated you are someone who is extraverted, not very agreeable, open, moderately conscientious, and somewhat anxious.

    Mind in the Eyes Test
    You correctly identified 35 out of 36 emotions. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 26 out of 36 emotions. Your percentile score was 97, meaning you scored higher than 97% of people who took this test.

    Cambridge Face Memory Test II
    You correctly identified 72 out of 72 faces. Based on the results we have so far, the average person who takes this test is able to identify 57 out of 72 faces. Your percentile score was 97, meaning you scored higher than 97% of people who took this test.

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    I have an eidetic memory, so the faces portion was easy. The "Mind in the Eyes", however, I scored higher on than previously thought. I know I'm good at reading faces and body language, but I never thought I learned so much from human eye contact. Good tip I got from my friend in middle school, I suppose.

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  98. Nooooooooooooooooo! how could you Loki??

    you make kitty-cat sad :(

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  99. The picture for the article is also ambiguous. The child shows no actual remorse in his face. His mouth knows what to do because he sees this around him, but he does not have the life experience to complete the face. So, either:

    A) He had no attachment to said animal, or...

    B) He's a budding sociopath.

    There's really no way to tell, but here are the facts. His inner eyebrows are not raised to match the curled lower lip. His eyelids do not falter and the muscles around his eyes (upper cheeks) do not change. The boy is not feeling remorse or real sadness in this picture. It is superficial.

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  100. Loki, what are you, bloody Rainman?
    you remind me of Holmes...

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  101. How about C?

    He was told to pose for a picture and can't fake emotions very well because he's really an aspie!

    Oh, the plot thickens..

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  102. By the way Loki, something of interest came up in the comment section of my latest blog. I'd be interested to see how you relate to it. Thus far out of the people I've contacted of the spectrum, only one hasn't matched it.

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  103. I still suspect he killed the cat

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  104. Btw notme,

    It wasn't me who wrote that comment in nopaths blog.

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  105. oh ok. hmm, i wonder who it was...

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  106. oh really? please share.



    i wonder what happened to the second half of that guys story from the other day.

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  107. I haven't been here in a awhile and to read through what/who I've missed seems daunting.

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  108. Try 2 different face recog tests:

    It's a pain in the ass, but telling.

    First one while attempting to learn a complex combination of physical movements.

    Second, right after someone scares the shit out of you.

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  109. IF you're looking for aspie types do the same thing while adding up numbers. the higher the fear, the better at calculating.

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  110. If you ask me, this kid looks like his parents just found the dead animal. He looks kind of like: "oh well, I didn't mean to do it.Was I a bad boy? Did I disappoint something? I guess maybe I shouldn't do that again? "

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  111. Wet said...
    Loss Of Cat Child's First Real Experience With Death, Killing

    Did he kill the cat?


    A pic like this on this blog? Of course he killed the cat

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  112. There is too much life in his eyes, he wouldn't hurt a fly.

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  113. It was accidental. Like in "Mice and Men"

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  114. I got extraverted, open, agreeable, conscientious, neither anxious nor calm. 70% on eyes, and 95% on faces. I consider myself an empath with some slight narc/socio tendencies on occasion.

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  115. who are you? hilarious!

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