Saturday, June 25, 2011

Most fearless animal

37 comments:

  1. fuck ye honey badger kicks ass! apparently they can kill godamn lions by darting under them and ripping their scrote sacks off, and their skin is so tough that they can take a spear from some crazy tribal motherfucker without feeling a thing.

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  2. Most fearless animal? Everything it kills is much smaller than it.

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  3. Didn't you just hear about the lion, faggot?

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  4. 'Didn't you just hear about the lion, faggot?'

    lmao i love u Anon

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  5. I'm deaf jackass

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  6. :::::::::: M.E. you have found your SW mascot! The narrator is so deliciously GAY! :::::::

    • Honey badgers live alone in self-dug holes.

    • Honey badgers are intelligent animals and are one of few species capable of using tools.

    • Honey badgers are notoriously fearless and tough animals, having been known to savagely attack their enemies when escape is impossible. They are tireless in combat.

    • Their skin is hard to penetrate, and its looseness allows them to twist and turn on their attackers when held.

    • When mating, males emit loud grunting sounds.

    • Their young vocalise through plaintive whines.

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  7. Fearlesness is stupidity, you should always attack the weaker animals.

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  8. Of course, psychopaths regard love with contempt. They view loving and loyal couples as an ugly, undifferentiated blob. Because they can’t experience or even understand love and loyalty, they see moral individuals as weak. They have nothing but disdain for the emotions that normal human beings feel. But at the same time, psychopaths can’t live without feeding upon the real and deeper emotions of people who care about them, of individuals who can love: in other words of the people they use, abuse, toy with, lie to and hurt.

    Psychopaths are often sexual predators. But even more often, and certainly more fundamentally, they’re emotional predators. What they want from their victims is far more than possessing their bodies or sex. They need to feed their insatiable appetite for harm, as well as sustain their sense of superiority, by possessing and destroying others inside and out, body and soul. A psychopath’s emotional framework is like a vacuum that needs to suck out the emotional energy from healthy individuals in order to survive. This is why I have called psychopaths real-life vampires, that we need to understand and worry about far more than their fictional counterpart.

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  9. Robert Hare notes in Without Conscience that since psychopaths have low impulse control, they’re much more easily angered than normal people. A psychopath’s displays of anger tend to be cold, sudden, short-lived and arbitrary. Generally you can’t predict what exactly will trigger his anger since this emotion, like his charm, is used to control those around him. It’s not necessarily motivated by something you’ve done or by his circumstances. A psychopath may blow up over something minor, but remain completely cool and collected about a more serious matter. Displays of anger represent yet another way for a psychopath to demonstrate that he’s in charge. When psychopaths scream, insult, hit, or even wound and kill other individuals, they’re aware of their behavior even if they act opportunistically, in the heat of the moment. They know that they’re harming others and, what’s more, they enjoy it.

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  10. Clinical studies also reveal that just as psychopaths can’t bond emotionally to others, the pleasures they experience are also shallow. Like the mythical character Tantalus, psychopaths are cursed to consume more drink, more drugs, more sex in a desperate search for an unattainable physical satisfaction. To offer an example from pop culture, the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie featured cursed pirates whose punishment for stealing forbidden treasure was to become insatiable. Drink poured into them as through a bottomless cup without making them any happier or more light-hearted. Food passed through them without being able to really savor it. They indulged their sexual appetites with as many partners as they could find, but none gave them enough stimulation or pleasure.

    Psychopaths resemble those cursed pirates. The more they indulge their addictions and appetites, the more jaded and dissatisfied they become, the more quantity of sex, partners, positions, drugs or alcohol they need to get their next fix. Every new activity, place and person quickly becomes boring to them. The only constant satisfaction psychopaths experience is the sadistic pleasure to use, hurt and deceive other human beings.

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  11. "When mating, males emit loud grunting sounds."

    Me too.

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  12. To What they feel . . .
    Tantulas,cursed pirates and so called energy vampires are consumed by GREED. It is ultimately destructive and I believe the deadliest of sins. To sin means "missing the mark" And for most humans,this blog included its not the entire story.

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  13. greed is the greatest virtue.

    get money.

    that is the way.

    the more money you have the more freedom to use your time.

    it seems the mal?path is just "evil", there is no "explanation", if they violently offend, just waste them, as neo-hitler charges you to do.

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  14. Psychopaths are often sexual predators? I challenge you to back up that statement.

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  15. See here's the thing that bothers me with people who write about psychopathy. They display all the traits of a psychopath as a weakness. As if all the psychopaths out there are doomed to eternal suffering in a emotional void. In a psychopaths point of view it is quite the opposite.
    Its all about perspective really. Robert Hare, which many of you know to be the worlds leading expert on sociopathy said he believes he would find more of a percentage of psychopaths in the cut throat business world than in prison. That doesn't really sound like a disorder to me. The hype over psychopathy is over a small minority of sexually violent predators, most of whom went through serious child abuse.
    My lack of impulse control allows me to take risks others could not. In business its all about taking risks. If you don't have what it takes to make quick decisions you are fucked. Especially my business.
    Constant boredem is a great thing to have. It keeps you busy and enables you to multi task. It sets you apart from the rest.
    Being grandiose can be self actualizing. We belong in roles of power even if we have to creste it from thin air. If you make yourself look great and you are so convinced that others around you believe it to be true, does that not make it so?
    A psychopaths temper is quick, sharp, and its also effective. Why not get it all out there instead of bottling it up till you have to go cry to some therapist. If I don't get my way I'm fucking angy. Guess what? Most of the time I get my way. Who wouldn't want that?
    Psychopaths don't have shallow emotions they just have different reactions because they lack empathy. Is rage not potent? Is posessing someone not passion? I feel want. I want it all.
    Which brings me to this pirate shit. What a cheeky way of portraying a psychopaths constant hunger for more. Some people are satisfied with a mediocre existance. Not the psychopath. This constant need for more gets you more. Funny how that works. Who wants to employ someone who is satisfied over someone who will never be? Dissatisfaction can make one ambitious.
    Like I said its all perspective.

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  16. dumb fuk. you're an idiot.

    there are many varieties and degrees of consciousness.

    and many can do all the things you list.

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  17. Wanting more is different than blind greed. There is plenty of room in a healthy ecosystem for both ambition and mediocrity.

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  18. Soulful he is clearly talking about blind greed, why do you keep deluding yourself? I suppose it's part of your pathology.

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  19. "Soulful he is clearly talking about blind greed."

    wtf?

    blind greed is not greed, retard.

    greed means $$$$$$$$$$ only, and lest you get the cash in a "noble".

    retarded fuk.

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  20. Being cunning or manipulative is not blindness. Personal delusion or not, one cannot be fully driven by greed if they tune into the bigger picture.

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  21. Still a delusional sychophant.

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  22. "one cannot be fully driven by greed if they tune into the bigger picture."

    truth.

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  23. I read all the comments in that guys voice.

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  24. I read all the comments in that guys voice.

    Best comment so far.

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  25. I was wondering how long the 'honey badger' comments would last. Seven. That's not bad, considering all the ADHD here.

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  26. "Being cunning or manipulative is not blindness. Personal delusion or not, one cannot be fully driven by greed if they tune into the bigger picture"

    Truth x 2

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  27. I want to know about bonding. I want to know about sabotaging from a psychopath's point of view, not a borderlines point of view. And I want to know about regret of sabotage, as it relates to bonding, if there is any.

    Tony, that guy in prison who had a mother who left him...he was a psychopath, no? What if he somehow got a foster mother and had it wrenched from him? Would that reaction be any different from a borderline's reaction to a abandonment?

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  28. Some are like rambunctious children, they play with it till they break it!

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  29. Because they hate it?

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  30. Why don't they just communicate like fucking normal people?

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  31. ^Why is it so hard for brilliant and impulsive people to be IMPULSIVE!

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  32. Please talk about family.

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