Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Same language

From a reader:
For 32 years I've been on a search to quantify my difference from others. I've been in therapy for ADD since I was 4 and on methylphinedate aka ritalin. I've developed a way of speaking and acting that I thought was unique. A bumbling, fresh-out-of-school therapist, by total accident, showed me who and why I was. You see, in my search for knowledge of myself, I actually ended up outing myself to him, even though at that point I didn't even realize there was something to "out".

I had always been diagnosed Schizoid Personality Disorder, with a laundry list of other diagnoses from a laundry list of other doctors. The problem was that I never really fit with some of the defining identifiers in any given diagnoses. The lack witted therapist made mention of how some of the things I described had an antisocial ring to them. He was right. It was almost as if I had memorized the bulletpoints and were reciting them back word for word.

This was all unintentional. However, I believe it to be the best of accidents. After having struck a chord with his comment, I immediately came home and went straight to my computer to absorb information on the topic. I came across your site after wading through clinical information, which is useful, and personal propaganda sites, which are not so much except to reinforce they socio/empath difference; the after effects of the storm.

I want to thank you. I've always felt alone, truly. As well as different. I always fought with my nature to try and fit in, and it worked, sometimes, for a while. I realize now that being able to even fool myself is an indicator as to how powerful and intrinsic my sociopathy is to my nature. Since reading your site practically cover to cover, I feel powerful, less alone. My vision is clear. With my new perspective I've been re-living past situations and interactions in my mind and I can see exactly where each game piece was and why. Finding a place and a group that I belong to, that I fit into, has been one of the driving forces in my life. I think the lack of this feeling played a part in making me a sociopath. Now that I know, what I am, I can stop fighting myself.

I have joined the forum. I will join in and make comments on the topics to come. I am glad that you are able to afford the type of treatment that I cannot, and that I have access to that vicariously through the forum. I am also fooling around with the idea of writing a book and would greatly appreciate your collaboration in this. You see, even though I'm american and I gather you live across the pond, we speak the same language. Not just the vernacular, or the verbiage, but the context, the imagery. We use the same simile's and idiom's. This was the major point of connection for me, sure the other things fit nicely, but reading you is like reading me, like you are in my brain. It was predictable, fascinating, and intensely comfortable. For these reasons I think we would work well together on this project.

Thanks,
Odie

Ps. Sociopathic Songs of the Day. Fall-out Boy's "Sugar We're Going Down" and "Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying" if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige, but I don't really think you of all people will need me to do that.For 32 years I've been on a search to quantify my difference from others. I've been in therapy for ADD since I was 4 and on methylphinedate aka ritalin. I've developed a way of speaking and acting that I thought was unique. A bumbling, fresh-out-of-school therapist, by total accident, showed me who and why I was. You see, in my search for knowledge of myself, I actually ended up outing myself to him, even though at that point I didn't even realize there was something to "out".

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  1. Who left the baby in the hospital?

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  2. Today's word of the day... churlish

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  3. M.E., was that double-paste an intentional joke on yesturday?

    I can understand what the reader describes as far as the experience of finding this site.

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  4. been robbing graves so long I'm not sure if I'm still alive...

    The earth is damp and comforting in the graveyard by the ghost town......

    .... I meditate on existence and collect lotus flowers...

    my third eye is my scope

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  8. I quite like the Troll - (s)he has a certin charm.

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  10. Cheers for the shout out Troll ;)
    LOL <3

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  11. Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

    Wow. A freudian freudian slip.

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  12. A photograph revealed that the child was eating.

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  13. @Wheatley

    I think the Troll wants walkies, care to do the honours?
    ...I think he likes you best :)

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  14. Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

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    Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

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    Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

    Wow. A freudian freudian slip.






































    Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

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    Hey everyone, we've got ourselves a pet troll! He even does tricks!

    "if you'd like a break down of lines into 'path Id be happy to oblige"

    Wow. A freudian freudian slip.

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  15. Why do I always have to take him out? Can't somebody else do it this one time?~

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  16. @Troll

    If you keep this up for a whole week, I will personally give you 5 dollas.

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  17. There can be more than oneNovember 30, 2011 at 3:01 AM

    I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.

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  18. Dance Monkey Dance! ^_^

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  19. Why do I always have to take him out? Can't somebody else do it this one time?~









































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    Why do I always have to take him out? Can't somebody else do it this one time?~

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  20. I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.







    I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.






    I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.






    I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.






    I know I'm human. And if you were all these things, then you'd just attack me right now, so some of you are still human. This thing doesn't want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It'll fight if it has to, but it's vulnerable out in the open. If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won.

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  21. @Troll

    If you keep this up for a whole week, I will personally give you 5 dollas.






















































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    @Troll

    If you keep this up for a whole week, I will personally give you 5 dollas.

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  22. Trolololol!

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    Trolololol!

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  23. @Wheatley

    That's what she said.

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  24. i bet wheatly plays skyrim

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  25. I don't understand these gushing sociopaths.

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  26. We move like water - Go with the flow.

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  27. I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...

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  28. I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...


    I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...


    I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...


    I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...


    I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...


    I don't play Skyrim, as a matter of fact. haven't been able to get excited for it. Now, the new Zelda is a completely different story...

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  29. Fuck both those games. it's all about mw3 and AC revelations!

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  30. Kent and Canterbury Hospital manager Sarah Maycock said: "No-one was injured or harmed as a result of the bull being on the site."

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  31. Last words of an unknown inmateNovember 30, 2011 at 4:41 AM

    Finding a place and a group that I belong to, that I fit into, has been one of the driving forces in my life.

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  32. Leader of the Anon ArmyNovember 30, 2011 at 5:09 AM

    Ukan is the troll to try to get everyone off the subject of his paltry life. People are off it, UKan UNTIL you do your shit and then all the details of your paltry life are going to come out by the army of the Anons.
    Here is our Battle Cry. The Anon Theme Song

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VILgSsesD0&feature=related

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  33. A narcissist is vulnerable to every criticism, even where it is not meant.

    This is why narcissists make especially ruthless and paranoid dictators. Even the smallest article of criticism is enough to warrant a gruesome death penalty for the culprits entire family.

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  34. LLeader of the Anon ArmyNovember 30, 2011 at 5:21 AM

    Ciara if you start your shit, your story of stealing groceries will be put up next to your Vera Wang wedding gown he he he

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  35. "I've always felt alone, truly. As well as different. I always fought with my nature to try and fit in, and it worked, sometimes, for a while. I realize now that being able to even fool myself is an indicator as to how powerful and intrinsic my sociopathy is to my nature."

    No it's an indication of how far you're willing to run from yourself.

    "My vision is clear. With my new perspective I've been re-living past situations and interactions in my mind and I can see exactly where each game piece was and why."

    You've been reworking past situations and interactions in your mind to fit a diagnosis of sociopathy and explain away embarrassment and social rejection.

    "Now that I know, what I am, I can stop fighting myself."

    Now that you've escaped who you really are you no longer have to face yourself.

    "I have joined the forum."

    Now there's somewhere you'll fit in.

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  36. y is socia so evil ?

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  37. I'm mildly interested in Skyrim, but what I'm awaiting anxiously is Diablo 3. It's taking forever.

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  38. Does anyone really pay attention to the forum? Every time I check it out I'm instantly more bored than I was before I went in.

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  39. Wheat, you're a dork. I mean that in the nicest way possible. :p

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  40. All the psychforum geeks are on the forum.

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  41. Odie Expect to be bullied here because you will be. Learn to fight back. That will be what this site can give you, among other things, I am sure.

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  42. This is the most addictive blog I've come across.

    I loves me some drama :P

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  43. Leader of the Anon ArmyNovember 30, 2011 at 5:47 AM

    Oops Ciara Forgot to mention
    Your All your FB friends are here with us

    Be on your best behavior, Ciara he he

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  44. all your sociopath are belong to US!!!

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  45. Lol. Simon is alpha as fuck.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Mv0NwoX9aE

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  49. Leader Of the Anon Army To All AnonsNovember 30, 2011 at 6:01 AM

    Put on our fighting song when Ukan or Missus starts their shit he he




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VILgSsesD0&feature=related

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  50. Watch the troll come out when you mention Ukan or Missus

    The name UKan is troll food lol

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  56. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.

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  57. Thank god for the smartphones - I no longer have to crap my pants over SW.

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  58. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.







































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  60. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.




























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    Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.

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  61. Welcome Odie!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1j0coF1qAA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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  62. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.






















































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  63. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.

































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  64. I've been in the same place as Mr. Odie, but I definitely didn't finally "find my place" here. I found it on an MBTI forum. And then promptly lost it, because within a week, I was banned. For being too honest about my past in an attempt to find some real connections. They were afraid of me. Don't count your eggs until you're sure they're not rotten.

    The truth is there are weird/different/special/unique people throughout the world, many of whom don't feel they fit in, or are unlike anyone else. If you spend enough time online, you'll probably find them. I stumble across them constantly, these days, though I was once like you. If you're truly an independent, unique individual, you'll never be happy or feel completely comfortable in a group, so stop trying to tie yourself down inside one. Be your own god. Not to say that hanging out here might not help you lose your empathy, and further alienate you, which I've found desirable, in the end.

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  66. Leader of the AnonsNovember 30, 2011 at 6:50 AM

    Anons This is your leader speaking. We have an emergency situation here. James Mannion aka Ukan is spamming the Forum.

    I propose this plan. We don't mention James or Ciara until they pull ANY their haughty shit.
    Then fuck them up, bad. Don't stop fucking with them, at that time. Until then, let the subject of Ukan and Ciara drop.


    *South Park Fighting Song Playing in the background, per usual*

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  74. I agree with the Leader of the Anons. Do not talk about James or Ciara's shit unless they get on their high horse he he

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  75. Theme Songs for SW RegularsNovember 30, 2011 at 7:08 AM

    Theme song for Monica's relationship with her sociopath girlfriend.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sT54IEORII

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  82. Ukan has become Jason lol

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  88. Put the fucking baby in the basket!

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  89. I don't have a theme song. I guess I am too boring like vanilla ice cream
    Should I soak myself in whiskey so i can get a theme song, too?

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  91. leader of the AnonsNovember 30, 2011 at 7:34 AM

    I am here to make a truce Ukan and Ciara.
    What are your terms to stop spamming the forum?

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  95. I may be the quiet one but I'm also faithful. I'm not creepy, I'm just... in love!

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  97. ME----Make Ukan StopNovember 30, 2011 at 7:49 AM

    ME should be able to see if the spammer is from Ireland, without too much trouble.The blogs have that info. ME, please come on and tell UKan to stop.

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  98. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.



















































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  100. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.




























































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  102. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.
























































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  103. The baby is coming.

    The prophecy said it would be evil.

    But too late for that now it is certainly making it's entrance to this world.

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  104. UKan James Ciara?

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  105. Ukan is James Mannion
    Missus is Ciara Donoghue

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  106. Theme Songs for SW EventsNovember 30, 2011 at 8:19 AM

    Theme Song SW begs Ukan




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltIhcbwYUHc&feature=related

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  107. Ooooooooh, troll time is here again, stand up and cheer again. Cause it will be our finest trolling time!

    ReplyDelete
  108. Please Write to ME to see if the Troll is UKanNovember 30, 2011 at 8:44 AM

    Please write ME to make Ukan stop, already. Fucking Ukan. Stop!

    ReplyDelete
  109. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.

    Can
    anybody
    find me, somebody to love?

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  110. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.








































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  111. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.







































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  112. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.




















































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  113. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.




















































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  114. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.

















































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  115. Leader of the AnonsNovember 30, 2011 at 8:56 AM

    Ukan has Ciera come on and complain and then HE spams her comments.

    ME--please see if the person spamming is from Ireland. That will solve the problem.

    Thank you



    *South Park Fighting Music plays in the background, per usual*

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  116. Who else would want to spam the Forum the day after after Ukan was outed. What other person would have a motive? I doubt it is random, not with this intensity which has not been seen since Jason tried to drive Erin off.



    The Leader of the Anons is right. It has to be UKan. Ask Gary. He is a cop . What do you think, Gary?

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  117. Caroline, what do you think? You know psychology.

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  118. Ukan has become Jason lmfao

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  119. Blogger Missus Kanney said...

    I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.

    Can
    anybody
    find me, somebody to love?


    You got someone to love---the Spammer lol

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  120. James and Ciara think we are stupid lol
    Fucking Go away Ukan

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  121. You are right. You have to look at motive. That trail leads to Ukan.



    It could be random, of course, but why the day UKan was outed. When was the last spamming of this nature?

    Was that Jason? There has to be a motive for this level and intensity of spamming. The ONLY person with a motive would be UKan, in my opinion, anyway.

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  122. contrary to popular belief, serial killers are completely justified. there are so many dumb bastards around, who could resist killing them.

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  123. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.






































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  124. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.



















































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  125. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.

































































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  126. Anna, 31, looking for her lost mother.

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  127. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.
























































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  128. Mis took the words out of my mouth. This email is the “I’m a Sociopath, Hear Me Roar! Right?” meme.

    Haven, the forum is comprised of uninteresting threads, which in turn are chock full of poorly written stories. With the exception of Zoe’s thread. I like Zoe.

    Can
    anybody
    find me, somebody to love?


    Ha! Freddie Mercury reference for the win MK.

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  129. I literally can't fathom how anyone can spend that much time being that obsessively pointless. I wonder what their issue is.



























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  130. What makes it point to Ukan more is that when someone mentioned that it was Ukan, Ciara came on and poo- poo' ed it. Then, she got spammed so it would look like it was not him.


    That puts my opinion that is is UKan up to 90%. What random person would care THIS much to spam SW like this?

    That is my opinion.

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  131. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.















































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  132. modern warfare, the biggest game on the market.

    and this - FPSRussia - is one of the most popular youtube channels. wtf are they trying to do? get the kids ready for war?

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  133. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.












































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  134. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.






















































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  135. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.














































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  136. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.















































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  137. I really wanted to talk about my relationship with my sociopath girlfriend. New things happen every day. I don't know if anyone will see me with all this spam


    That was an unusual song you left me, Themes. I will have to think about why you chose it. Do you answer questions?

    ReplyDelete
  138. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.







































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  139. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.























































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  140. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.






















































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  141. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.










































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  142. Counterproductive as it is to feed the trolls, this one's oeuvre has alot in common with performance art.





























































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  143. I guess I will wait until the troll is gone lol

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  148. I need a relationship forum for Beepers. Srsly. This whole dating thing is crazy making.

    ReplyDelete
  149. Stop spamming UKan. If you want to say something, say it.

    ReplyDelete
  150. Monica
    Don't let UKan shut you up. What is happening? It is interesting.

    ReplyDelete
  151. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  152. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  153. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  154. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  155. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  156. y is socia so paranoid andrude?

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  157. Haven and Caroline
    I can tell her things about me that I don't even KNOW myself until I tell her. Then, I click back in to myself, like a puzzle piece.


    I told her I was attracted to her, yesterday.

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  158. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  160. What is going on with you, Haven? We can talk in between the spammer.

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  161. I'm having an existential borderline crisis of the dating kind. I'm not sure what to do.

    How did she take it when you told her you were attracted to her? You said you've never been attracted to women before right? Be careful that you're just not attracted to the fact that she's unobtainable and therefore appealing.

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  162. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  166. Since reading your site practically cover to cover, I feel powerful, less alone.

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  167. She was not surprised. The sociopath is more highly adapted in some ways, and less in others, of course.

    She is very clear thinking.
    Tell me about you since it is just you, me and the spammer.

    If I have to go abruptly, I will be back to read your posts, later and I will comment. This spammer is highly annoying. Is it UKan?

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  168. I had a dream that we had sex last night.

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  172. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  173. Write to ME and tell him to tell UKan to stop spamming.

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  174. The dream was deep I will tell you. I snuck into your place and ditched my friends outside and cornered you and then you took of my clothes and we fucked on the couch then we went to the bed. After it was done I put on a mask and you came out with a video recorder and was mad that I had my mask on. We slept well. I woke up with my mask still on and made you coffee while you were in the shower. You were happy that I made coffee.

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  175. You're right. Me is unattainable by boring anonymi and needs liaisons in order to communicate with them.

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  176. Tell UKan to stop spamming, Ciara. Stop now!

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  177. The primary sacred text of Christianity is the Bible. Its name is derived from the Latin word biblia, which simply means "books." The Christian Bible is made of two parts: the Old Testament, which is almost identical to the Jewish Bible; and the New Testament, a collection of Christian writings that includes biographies of Jesus and the apostles, letters to new churches, and an apocalyptic work.

    The names given to these two parts of the Bible are significant. The word testament means "covenant," so the notion of old and new testaments reflects the Christian perspective that the Church is the successor to Israel as God's chosen people. {1} The Old Testament is viewed as foundational, authoritative, and relevant, and is read and cherished by Christians along with the New Testament. But it is also regarded as having been superceded and fulfilled by the new testament (covenant) God has made with the Church.

    Catholic and Orthodox Bibles include the Apocrypha, while most Protestant Bibles do not. The Apocrypha ("hidden books") is a group of 13 Jewish books written between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Following the pattern of the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septugint), the Apocrypha was included in all Christian Bibles until the Reformation. The reformers rejected the Apocrypha because it was sometimes used as a basis for certain Catholic doctrines and because the Jews have never included it in their biblical canon.

    Some non-canonical early Christian texts were actually considered for inclusion in the New Testament, such as the Didache. Also known as the Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, the Didache is a first-century text that exhorts its readers to choose the Way of Life over the Way of Death.

    Another important set of early Christian texts has been rejected by mainstream Christians since almost the beginning: the Gnostic scriptures. Gnosticism was an early form of Christianity that early church fathers and church councils determined to be heretical. Sacred texts of the Gnostic Christians include sayings of Jesus, mystical teachings, apocalyptic works, and accounts of the apostles. Some of them may date to as early as the New Testament writings.

    Learn more about Christian sacred texts in the following articles.

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  182. It seems pretty obvious that the spammer is UKan. Who else would it be, as Gary said? Tell him to stop it, for goodness sake, MK.

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  185. This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

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  186. This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.















































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

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  187. This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.








































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.
































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.


















































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

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  188. Michael Martin PlunkettNovember 30, 2011 at 11:10 AM

    why wuld he ever want to stop it if it bugs ya ya think hes doing it to be amusing?

    resistence is futile just go with the flow haha

    learn to love the troll

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  189. This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.




























































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

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  190. This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.





































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

































































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.










































    This is my opinion, as a person and a psych person, but a person, first. He should say he is sorry to the people he outed. He should say he is sorry for the pain he cause people, on here. He should say that he knows what it feels like, now that it has happened to him.

    Then, he would be a man, and not a kid, in my humble opinion.

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  191. I hate to break it to you Caroline, but as 'a psych person' you should know that a sociopath isn't going to empathize with the people he's hurt. He doesn't know how they feel, and he doens't care.

    Sociopath. Impaired empathy. Your suggestion makes no fucking sense.

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  195. Haven, you are completely right.

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