Thursday, December 22, 2011

Connect the dots

Remember those games you used to play in primary school where the teacher would give you a bunch of clues and you had to guess what the person or thing was?  From a reader:
I'm wondering where I fall on the sociopathic spectrum, and what if anything I should do about it.
I was born into a troubled family - mother is was paranoid schizophrenic & father is narcissistc. Grandfather was a sociopath (he was sadistic, transgressive and super low-empathy). I spent most of my childhood (mildly) abused or neglected. I was a bedwetter. 
I tend to interpret peoples' actions the way a paranoid would, although I know rationally that I'm often wrong. 
I'm low-empathy. I have trouble reading the emotions of others. I often say things that bother people. Unless I'm paying a lot of attention, it is easy for me to offend people. When I offend people, I try to make amends (as a practical matter).
I tend to take things literally. I have a hard time with jokes. I speak bluntly. 
I'm generally quite honest, although when I want to lie, I take great delight in saying something that is literally true, but misleading.
In general, I'm bold. If I want stuff, I'll try to get it. I very much feel like my life is slipping away; there's no time to waste. I get bored easily.
As a kid, I didn't abuse mammals, but I was tough on slugs and snails. I took them apart, tortured them, etc. In my adult years, my job had me doing terrible things to mammals. They'd scream for a long time. I didn't like hearing the screams, it bugged me. If anything, they pissed me off with their screaming, because I had a job to do. Sometimes I'd get so pissed at them for screaming at me that I'd hurt them more. My sense is, I don't abuse animals for fun, but if I've got goals and to reach them I have to hurt stuff, I'll do it. If the things I'm hurting make my job difficult, I'll hurt them more after I get angry at them.
I've got something of a conscience, but not like most people. I do feel bad if I hurt people I love. I don't steal. But I do trespass, snoop, cheat on my taxes, smuggle contraband when it suits me, etc. I regularly do things that could get me arrested. 
If people cross a line, I consider extra-legal retribution essential. I've broken the law, repeatedly, to get revenge. It involved killing animals. I did it without remorse. I've gotten good at it.
I enjoy internet trolling, particularly by expressing un-PC thoughts. 
I'm sadistic. I really enjoy hurting my enemies. 
I've got ethnocentric/racist sensibilities. I think the world would be a better place if we got rid of people not in my racial group. If making that happen required me to volunteer, I'd do it happily. In this way, I'm altruistic. I'm not totally selfish. Then again, I don't love everyone in my racial group (or family, etc). If there were important enough goals, I'd think it reasonable to kill them for the cause.
If I could kill people and get away with it (or get approval, by being on a death squad), I'd jump to sign up. I'm kinda hoping we'll get a race war before I'm dead, so that I can hunt some humans.
I'm very manipulative and calculating. I lie. I do this even with the people closest to me. I kind of delight in doing it.
I transgress. When I do "bad" things, I don't have remorse. I do have fear of getting caught, and a deep hatred of authority figures. I know that if I was in the middle of a crime and a lone law enforcement officer caught me, I'd kill him in an instant if it meant the difference between getting away or being punished.
That said, there are some transgressions I feel are wrong, so I don't do them. If I do them, I feel guilty. Yet for someone who hates authority, when people disregard my wishes or authority, I feel they deserve the maximum punishment.
I get lonely. Rejection hurts and pisses me off. I want to be adored. When I've been rejected, I've thought of stalking, attacking or trespassing the person rejecting me. Or I think of re-seducing them, so that I can dump them to punish them.
My general sense is that I can't be a sociopath; I have something of a conscience. But then there's only about 5 people in the world I care about in non-abstract terms.

354 comments:

  1. This post is so me.



















































    Hate yall.

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  2. You sound confused:


    I'm low-empathy



    When I offend people, I try to make amends (as a practical matter).



    I have trouble reading the emotions of others. I often say things that bother people. Unless I'm paying a lot of attention, it is easy for me to offend people....

    I'm generally quite honest, although when I want to lie, I take great delight in saying something that is literally true, but misleading.



    I'm very manipulative and calculating. I lie. I do this even with the people closest to me. I kind of delight in doing it



    I don't abuse animals for fun....



    I'm sadistic....
    Sometimes I'd get so pissed at them for screaming at me that I'd hurt them more....



    When I do "bad" things, I don't have remorse



    I've got something of a conscience


    It's like a word puzzle of contradictions. I love wearing shorts, but my favourite thing to wear is trousers. I just finished high school and I'm heading into juniour high.

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  3. The contradictions were striking to my eye as well - as if the writer doesn't really know the meaning of the words he's using. Of course it could be a character, but if it is, it's exceptionally well thought-out. So if it's an aspiring novelist who wrote this I say go for it. I would read the book.

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  4. I was able to analyze the statistics of this blog (log in by country, hits, ip address ...) This comment section only has a few regular posters. More than half of the regular profiles are one and the same person.

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  5. probably M.E. himself/herself

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  6. Nothing, If it was exceptionally well thought out and worthy of a novel it would not be so sloppy that the first two commenters found it unbelievable within the opening of the novel. Personally I like characters to be well developed.

    Hannibal, don't stop now. Go ahead and give us the data you have supposedly analyzed and which accounts are all linked together.

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  8. regulars posting with profile: 60-65% have the same ip

    regulars posting without profile: 65-70% have the same ip (identical to the one with profile)

    anon postings: 65-70% have the same ip ("")

    At least 65% of all postings are made by one person.

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  9. the following regulars posting with or without profile all share the same ip:

    UKan
    Missus Kanney
    Misanthrope
    TNP
    Medusa
    Caroline
    Monica
    DavidSocio

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  10. assburgers. sociopaths can read peoples emotions, perfectly. and we don't say things bluntly to piss people off. we give out fake sincerity and make people feel wanted so we can manipulate them.

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  11. Yep. You have uncovered the whole thing hannibal. I'm TNP, Mis, Missus, and David. For years I have gotten away with it until you came in.

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  12. That last comment isn't me & the info is not correct

    ip address making up 65% of all comments 89.101.18.202

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  13. Simply to point out this blog isn't as successful as it seems

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  14. To Nothing Man. Have you read The Mask Of Sanity? I dont know if he is a psychopath but some psychopaths cannot grasp the meaning of their own words. Cleckley called it "Semantic Aphasia". Maybe this dude really is a psychopath with semantic aphasia? Do you think?

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  15. well let's have it out then: which regulars come from that address?

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  16. A guy in ireland. What a coincidence.

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  17. That isn't semantic aphasia. It's as if he wants to be a sociopath, in his head, but his behaviors are that of a sociopath. I don't know why M.E just doesn't tell these people that there is no way to self diagnose yourself with a pd. Unless it's blatantly obvious, which it isn't with this guy.

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  18. his behaviors aren't that*

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  19. 410
    It's obvious for everyone to see, I just want to point out that most of the time you're speaking to one and the same person

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  20. Ha ha, it's from Galway Ireland. This is even better. This is the IP address that Erin thought was me, Hannibal. You are not analyzing anything you are shooting in the dark.

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  21. 412
    Interesting you know it's a guy, did you also hack the statistics of this blog?

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  22. 416
    You seem to have an extreme amount of free time on your hands, it must be said sociopath world is interesting and you manage it quite well, congrats

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  23. Hacking the website = Reading Erin's posts in the forums.

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  24. "I'm sadistic. I really enjoy hurting my enemies."

    That doesn't make you sadistic. This is normal. Sociopaths and true sadists target the most helpless in society, because they are easier. Kids, women, old people and animals.

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  25. Anon four13, I wasn't exactly sure what was going on with me when I wrote this, okay. I wasn't self diagnosing, just attempting some self awareness. It's hard to get in touch with oneself when not much connection happens with anything. I'm not trying to be a sociopath.

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  26. @Mock Sociopath

    To me it sounds more like someone who has read Cleckley, Hare and a few others and is making up a character based on how he thinks a psychopath that is not self-aware might view the world. Kind of like Michael Martin Plunkett with less satirical and more realistic approach. I found the post fun to read, but that's a matter of taste.

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  27. "I'm generally quite honest, although when I want to lie, I take great delight in saying something that is literally true, but misleading."

    This would cancel out pathological lying. Sociopaths tell ridiculous lies constantly and may use many different aliases.

    Do you have a parasitic lifestyle? Sociopaths live off peoples hard work and misery, without a care.

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  28. UKan: "A guy in ireland."
    Hannibal: "Interesting you know it's a guy"
    Anon: "Guessed."

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  29. I wonder if ukan brought out missus kanney because of medusa. now she's gone because medusa is not around.

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  30. @piles

    look at the pcl-r and answer it as truthfully as possible. otherwise it's pointless. if the trait is very much present, then give yourself a score of 1 in that trait. if the trait is all consuming and effects every aspect of your being, then score yourself 2. after you are done, tell me what you score.

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  31. The IP address is dynamic. It only keeps the same user for a day. If you put it in the forum search it's the one Erin listed as Ukan months ago. What he is saying is impossible.

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  32. Reading the post again I must take back some of what I said. The controversies are just too overt and absurd to make the character believable. It's a parody psycho but fun to read all the same.

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  33. there are serial rapists out there that only qualify at like 12 on the pcl-r. the rapist is not a psychopath, but psychopathic. 30, or more is a psychopath.

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  34. really, Failed? i thought ip addresses were static unless you used proxy servers, but i might be wrong on this, i'm not an expert.

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  35. Anon four5three, where do I even find that? I thought only docs have that test and are the only ones to administer it?

    Either way, I'll give it a shot.

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  36. 1.Glib/superficial charm:

    You're so confident in your gift of gab that you believe you could sell flood insurance to someone living in the Sahara desert. Actually, you remember selling flood insurance to this old lady that lived near Death Valley when you were mooching off your Aunt Sally in California and needed some extra cash (you'd already cleaned Aunt Sally out). Dumb old hag thought you were the sweetest lad, ha! Fooled her.

    2.Grandiose sense of self-worth:

    So you were sleeping with your latest "thing", and, mid-coitus, she screams out "Oh, God!" You think, "Finally! Someone's calling me by my real name!"

    3.Need for stimulation:

    For some odd reason, your boyfriend convinced you that going to the zoo and having monkeys fling their own fecal matter at you would be enjoyable. Not 10 minutes into the adventure, you're painfully bored and practically dragging your significant other past the exhibits. Then you come upon a pane of glass that was cracked, held together by packaging tape, and imprisoning a silverback gorilla. Your SO is off looking at other animals, and no one else is in the building. Without a second thought, you grab a large rock out of the snapping turtle enclosure and throw. You grab your SO and run out screaming, "THE GORILLA ESCAPED!" You delightedly watch the mass hysteria ensue and think, "Okay, so maybe the trip wasn't a total loss..."

    4.Lying:

    At the moment, you're only home because you have to make sure you're the first one to answer the phone in case Cherry, or Candy, or whatsherface calls. Your newest girl is smoking hot, has a rich daddy, and you've got her convinced you're a CEO of some corporation or the other. You can't risk one of your other things calling at the most inopportune moment and blowing your cover.

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  37. 5.Manipulative:

    You just started a new job and you're sucking up to the boss and a few of the other uppers. You've also started working on your boss's secretary, as she has insider information on the company's workings. And once in a blue moon you stop by the head honcho's desk for a chat, and you're convinced he has the hots for you. After you've gotten your “support system” secure, you subtly sabotage your supervisor with dirty gossip and the like. You plan to have his job in 3 months if all goes well. Yeah, just like your last job... Damn, you're clever...

    6.No remorse:

    Let's say you're plan in number 5 goes smoothly. Now your old boss is working at a meat packing plant and had to send his gran-gran to a retirement home because he's working 12-hour days and doesn't have the time to take care of her. Gran-gran became clinically depressed and kicked the proverbial bucket after a dramatic decline in overall health. You muster up some crocodile tears for your colleagues, but your internal reaction was … “How was I supposed to know that my accusations of him stealing from the corporation's finances and downloading kiddie porn on his work computer would look bad to his next employers? Besides, he should be thanking me because now he doesn't have to take care of that old bag of bones. It's not like she had much longer to live anyway.”

    7.Shallow effect:

    You just don't get all the hoopla over newborn babies. You can't think of anything worse than waiting hand and foot on something the size of a football, then having to wipe its ass to boot! Or why people even go to funerals. They're so damn boring! And why do people get all emotional when their SO leaves them? Why not just go down to a bar or a concert and pick up another one? Your friends say you're cold and emotionless, but you feel plenty! Like the time you robbed that old couple, and the cops were on your tail. Damn, was your heart beating!

    8.Lack of empathy:

    Your dad just died earlier this morning, and your mom is all distraught over the matter. After a few hours of pained expressions and fake tears for the visiting mourners, you wander over to the living room to watch some TV. Then mom comes in looking for comfort and sobbing on your shoulder. If it were any other occasion, you'd pat her on the shoulder and pretend to care. But your favorite show is on and it's the last episode of the season, so you tell her to get ahold of herself and pipe down for a damn minute because she's driving you nuts. Oh … because daddy's death was just so sad and you want to take your mind off it. ;)

    9.Failure to take responsibility for own actions:

    It's not your fault that your kid almost drowned in your neighbor's pool while you were busy talking on the phone with that cute girl from down the street. Your ex should've taken them to swimming class or something, then this wouldn't have happened.

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  38. 10.Parasitic lifestyle:

    Your old house wasn't working out because your roomies refused to lend you any more rent money, so you picked up this nice, respectable guy -recently divorced and lonely- and moved in with him for the moment. Your last job was a waste of time and didn't pay enough, so you quit and just started mooching off anyone willing to listen to your #######4 sob stories. You don't even get your own food anymore. You make friends with people at food joints and ask for discounts, or you just show up at someone's house around dinner time and expect them to invite you in.

    14.Lack of realistic, long-term goals:

    You're forty-years-old, overweight, and fresh out of prison. You spend all day watching TV or sleeping. And you're still telling everyone how you're going to be a professional swimmer and win medals and $#%^. You've been saying this since you convinced your girlfriend in college you were going to try out for the Olympics swim team, and you haven't even been to a pool for years.

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  39. Erin posted 3 different IP's that were supposed to be mine and none of them were right. This guy hannibal is either a moron or he's just trying to shake the place up.

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  40. "You're forty-years-old, overweight, and fresh out of prison. You spend all day watching TV or sleeping. And you're still telling everyone how you're going to be a professional swimmer and win medals and $#%^. You've been saying this since you convinced your girlfriend in college you were going to try out for the Olympics swim team, and you haven't even been to a pool for years."

    LMAO. This is very accurate.

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  41. IP Trace shows the service as RIPE. Trace on that shows the company as Chello company based out of austria. Search Chello services forum about the type of IP addresses they hand out and you will find that they use dynamic IPs. You can get static, but the IP listed is not static. It is leased for one day by random people in the region of ireland. It's not possible and he should know that if he knows anything about hacking or tracking people down. Fail.

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  42. Oh wow. The PCL:R-anon has been on Psychforums.

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  43. --The IP address is dynamic. It only keeps the same user for a day. If you put it in the forum search it's the one Erin listed as Ukan months ago. What he is saying is impossible.--

    Wrong, it's there to check, you run this blog and write most of the comments, visitors are intitled to know

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  44. @Misanthrope

    Do all of those traits above apply to you, or only some?

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  45. I wrote it. The guy stole it from me.

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  46. Are you guys talking about the man last night who was talking about prison? That guy was real, imo.

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  47. I like how it goes from ten to 14 without an 11, 12 and thirteen.

    Anon, until you correct this I'm afraid I won't do this properly.

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  48. 89.101.18.202

    Apparently the Erin poster tracked your ip a couple of months ago, so if it's dynamic & random for 1 day why did it still came up and can be traced today? You're busted

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  49. I thought those traits were irrelevant, as i scored one in those. I have two in the traits i posted. Grandiose sense of self worth would be my biggest one.

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  50. Grandiose sense of self worth would be my most prominent trait*

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  51. no actual person who is successful in life would spend as much time here as ukan does, even not including all the fake profiles.

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  52. Some items from the end are missing as well, as there are 20 questions on total.

    And Caroline, I was talking about the poster of the day in M.E's blog.

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  53. it must be like dating a WoW addict to be his wife

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  54. 'Apparently the Erin poster tracked your ip a couple of months ago, so if it's dynamic & random for 1 day why did it still came up and can be traced today? You're busted'

    who are you talking to? you sound crazy

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  55. Your readers are intitled to know you run this blog and post most of the comments - as we speak

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  56. The IPs stay the same. They are not dynamic.

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  57. Every person has at least some psychopathic qualities as it is impossible to score 0 in the PCL-R. A regular person usually scores about 4-5.

    And taking the test on yourself is not very conclusive as people often don't have realistic views on themselves.

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  58. @Hannibel


    Good detective work. Have you met Gary?

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  59. @Nothing Man you seem like you have a good handle on a lot of what we talk about. How do you define "normal"?

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  60. ip 89.101.18.202

    32 out of 55 comments today, just to give the other readers an idea

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  61. Did someone sneak a stat counter into a comment or something?

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  62. give proof. which comments of today are all the same IP?

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  63. Um, try actually doing something besides copying and pasting a IP from the forum. I have my homework notes:

    RIPE Company Database

    Run the IP address through there. Check the companies forums. Oh you don't know how? Try looking in the trace for the company name, and where it's based out of for start. Next search the for people talking about the company on the forums using keywords dynamic and static IPs. You will find a few nerds like me complaining that the company uses dynamic IPs that our leased for a day, so they will have to adjust some video games settings. You will find several forums all saying that the IPs are dynamic. What you are saying is impossible.

    I challenge you to tell me how you hacked into the stats on here. I also challenge you to tell me how you came up with variable numbers for statistics if it came from the servers here. Stats don't list as 65-70%. That is human error. Computers can do basic math. Blogger is a large server apparently way more intelligent than you are. Next time you are going to feed me information give me something real or just shutup you script kiddie.

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  64. @ip89.101.18.202

    Don't shut this or your other blog down, some posts are interesting, keep up the good work

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  65. anon just pwnd you, hannibal

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  66. You'd have to match every time stamp of every comment to the visitors logs to come up with percentages.

    Are you counting individual users, or just individual comments? In other words: 65% of comments? or 65% of users?

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  67. Themes for SW Regulars "Event Series"December 22, 2011 at 5:45 AM

    Theme Song Dedicated to UKan et al



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeF7jqf0GU4

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  68. So if you did match every time stamp of every comment to every entry in the visitors log, then you should have been able to fulfill the request of the anon above to tell us which comments of today are all of the same IP.

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  69. Mwa hahaha. I am the man behind the curtain, you fools dance to whatever tune I play. fools, FOOLS!

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  70. @Nerd - ip89.101.18.202

    You're persevering, bye, enjoy 'your space'

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  71. Right. If he was looking at statistics then it would be exact numbers because computers are not off. If he is looking at the users and the IP addresses then he should have a list of names and accounts that the same IP uses. So what are the names?

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  72. Nerd = Medusa.

    And that is not my IP.

    Hannibal is now officially a moron.

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  73. Theme Songs for SW RegularsDecember 22, 2011 at 5:58 AM

    Theme song for Hannibal



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRTvQWuzKWo

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  74. Hannibal you are a complete muppet. I know you are trying to bollocks everyone but I really think at the end of the rope that you believe your conclusions from your fake hacking. I think you really do believe I am 70% of this room. The most amusing part of that for me is that I don't even have to try to manipulate you tools anymore. You fuck yourselves just trying to figure out what I'm going to do next.

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  75. Ukan is medusa! WTF!

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  76. IPs go to within 10-15 miles of the person

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  77. And yes, probably David.

    Come on dude, don't pretend to know something about stuff that you know other people around you know a lot more about. That's just stupid.

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  78. Not Davis style. Hannibal is an old time poster

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  79. Medusa ip89.101.18.202

    Your ukan-medusa discussions were extremely credible, it made me wonder what pd you suffer from

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  80. Ukan Just stopping being a stupid piece of shit with your big mouthed wife and people will get off your shit.

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  81. @Caroline

    I didn't say "normal", I said regular person, meaning the average Joe/Jane. The PCL-R test only measures psychopathic traits so other PD's usually don't even get close.

    Even though it is not very conclusive trying to take the test on yourself I have tried it a couple of times and would score 10-11 which is above the "normal" range but far from a psychopath. I tried to be as honest as possible but how can I know how realistic my perception of myself is? So a professional might get a different score.

    But when I was younger I thought I was a psychopath merely because I do have some strong traits associated with it. What the anon posted above under "Lack of empathy" hits the mark for example. When my mother called me about the death of my grandmother - whom I was supposed to be close with - I didn't feel anything at all. The whole time I was talking with her I tried to feign shocked as well as I could which I find hard because I'm not good at acting. When the phonecall ended I went back to read a book and literally forgot about the whole thing until it came up again. Same thing with the funeral - I found it very hard to try to look grieving, and when people came to ask me how I was coping, how I'm working my grief, why don't I want to talk about it etc. - I found it very difficult.

    But it is my understanding that these things are common if not typical to schizoids as well, and that's what leads me to believe if many of the people who identify with sociopaths here are actually of schizoid PD themselves. The main difference is I don't have the need for cortical arousal, I don't suffer from boredom usually and I don't have any need to act out my fantasies.

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  82. Yes, so either Med and Ukan are burglarizing houses in Galway to make multiple accounts on some sociopath website all day long or this guy is full of beans.

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  83. Yes, it's David's style. Just look at the fucking photo.

    And it's obvious he's purposefully masking his writing style.

    He's always trying to out people but he always does it all wrong and without any art at all.

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  84. Ukan et al is de- balled. Time to move on.

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  85. And then immediately runs off suddenly.

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  86. @Nothing Man Thank you <3

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  88. @Medusa It is not David. His grammar and word usage always slips through as a foreign speaker of English. Hannibal has been here for a long time. Check his account.

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  89. This is great. You are a fucking riot.

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  90. Come on David! You don't even have any art with your timing in showing up... christ.

    Yes, you do use other accounts. You have 'davidsocio01' and you also have 'Davidsocio01'.

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  91. You should make a video about it david.

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  92. Not David! David's English shows through as stilted, a bit.

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  93. Do you really think I'm medusa, david? Or Misanthrope? Do you think I'm 65% of the site? The hard part to swallow is if you believe all that bollocks how come you are here all day? What kind of deranged person are you?

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  95. UKan Maybe you could learn some fucking humility.

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  96. Ami, come on. Your love for David is clouding your judgement.

    And since when are you an expert on language, linguistics and proper grammar anyway?

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  97. "Do you really think I'm medusa, david? Or Misanthrope? Do you think I'm 65% of the site?"

    @Ukan

    he thinks that most people here are characters created by M.E.

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  98. UKan said...
    This is great. You are a fucking riot.

    December 22, 2011 6:09 AM

    Mɵᴅʊsa said...
    Come on David! You don't even have any art with your timing in showing up... christ.

    Yes, you do use other accounts. You have 'davidsocio01' and you also have 'Davidsocio01'.

    December 22, 2011 6:09 AM

    And David thinks they are one and the same person. Pretty fucking fast typing and switching between accounts.

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  99. I am not Ami. David's English always has stilted phrases, at least in small part. Hannibal is not David's style.

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  101. That's because I'm using my iPhone and my iPad at the same time. When I'm done typing both comments I press the enter key on the phone with my left index finger, and the tablet with my right, both at the same time.

    It's like a beautiful choreography that I do.

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  102. Everyone learns something by being part of SW EXCEPT blockhead UKan and his offensive off the scales wife.

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  103. And sometimes I try to submit comments by three different names all at the same time, just to look super authentic.

    In that instance, I make use of my club foot on my desktop computer.

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  104. How would M.E. even be able to write 65% of the comments?

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  105. David says he has better things to do yet makes videos for this place and the readers.

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  106. David you are giving me one of the best thrills I've had here. I get to watch you go completely mad right before my eyes. I want to see more videos.

    I don't want to see your composed rubbish. Save that for your 'clients'. I want to see you when you are up at 3am smashed off booze and pills still not able to go to sleep because you can't live with yourself. I want to see that face I saw the first time you put up a youtube to prove yourself here. That one where you were you looked tore up and you had the look of defeat on your face. I could see every cock that was in your mouth in the rings in your eyes. I could see every perverted act that the old man peformed on you burned into that gape you call a mouth. I want to see how far we can push you and how far you can push yourself completely over the edge.

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  107. I actually don't have several profiles. You should not believe everything I tell you. I told you up front that I lie and manipulate people. I like to make people paranoid because it is amusing to me. I haven't used another name since Luke and I have no other accounts. I never have had any other.

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  109. M.E.= Ukan, Mis, Missus K, Medusa, Eden, Wheatley, Jason, Zhawq

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  111. Ah, David, you are outing yourself even more as Hannibal with every comment. I wish you wouldn't.

    Or do I.

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  112. "I'm done listening to the same rants over and over again by probably 20 characters being the same person. Enjoy your twisted mind and little fan club. Goodbye."

    Until you come back in a few hours to make yourself look like even more of a freak.

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  113. I wonder how much deeper into the hole you look now David. Is that why you stopped making videos? You didn't want people to see how deranged you look? I could see you now hermitted away like a recluse with some lipstick on and that goober looking duck hunting hat ranting and shaking your fist at the moon.

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  114. Anon, take note:

    Hannibal said:

    You're persevering, bye, enjoy 'your space'

    David said:

    Enjoy the holidays 'in here'.

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  115. Gee, can I be one of UKans personalities too? Please?

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  116. I thought you were Haven? You're NOT?!

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  117. The only reason I'm not gonna delete my profile is because you could probably take over the name right away. Enjoy the holidays 'in here'.

    What a great gesture. Thanks dave.

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  118. Fucking muppet of the year. How do you feel knowing that people picture you sucking an old man's cock while watching your videos.

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  119. Piles... maybe I am. Maybe I'm just pretending not to be because it would be more believable if I use humor to distract you from my real purpose.... wasting time on the internet.

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  120. I think I'll keep you around in spirit david. We will never forget the ballad of the used up whore. Don't leave without giving us a farewell video, though.

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  121. "because you could probably take over the profile right away"

    You could do that anyway. Usernames aren't limited to one profile. I could change my name to 'davidsocio01' if I wanted to... Or 'ωλεατιεγ'.

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  122. I am the real Caroline.

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  123. I am UKan. But you knew that already.

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  124. The Caroline above was not the real Caroline LOL

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  125. Way to state the obvious wheatley

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  126. The Caroline above was not the real Caroline LOL

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  127. I'm ME disguised as Haven impersonating Misanthrope.

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  128. *jumps off the stool*

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  129. Right back at you, Medusa.

    I'm not on a computer, so my reaction time and typing speed are a little on the slow side. :/

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  130. I do not have an account. That account Caroline is not I lol

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  131. LOL @ double B

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  132. Sometimes I miss the subtleties of social interaction. But I'm still adorable.

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  133. I'm... just an idiot.

    ha ha ha

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  134. That was me for the record wheat.

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  135. Look at this guy. He is completely insane. He is talking to himself from all of his accounts. Look at all the names and pictures changing. IT HAS TO BE ONE ACCOUNT! IODTS!

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  136. Now I'm M.E. disguised as Haven impersonating Misanthrope who's actually UKan who's actually just a creation of M.E's. And by M.E. I mean me.

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  137. "He is talking to himself from all of his accounts."

    how do you know it isn't a she? if medusa was here first, perhaps she created all the others... *twilight zone music*

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  138. I knew it was someone with bad taste. I mean, if you're going to use Hannibal as an avatar, why on earth would you use the film with Gaspard Ulliel?

    Even Brian Cox was leaps and bounds better and he looked bored half the movie in Manhunter.

    David and his ugly brown shoes...

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  139. It is NOT Fucking DavidDecember 22, 2011 at 7:32 AM

    Get off it! Hannibal speaks vernacular English. David slips himself up, here and there in his cute way.

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  140. I am actually Lady GaGa and this whole blog has been one of my genius pieces of 'art'.

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  141. "Sometimes I miss the subtleties of social interaction. But I'm still adorable."

    :P

    That's just called "adorkable".

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  142. ^^ Nobody gives a shit ^^

    It's funny. I don't understand the obsession with who's who here. So what and who cares? It's not going to stop anyone from posting and doing exactly what it is that they're doing.

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  143. ::laughs:: Medusa. Can I have your autograph? I used to strip to one of your songs.

    "Teeth"

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  144. Ukan stop being such an asshole. Tell that to your rude wife, too.

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  145. I only give autographs with my menstrual blood. I hope you don't mind.

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  146. Perfect. I'll add it to my collection.

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  147. Actually 100% of the posts and profiles and the blog itself is done by the same person. I have blocked everyone from posting here because I don't want anyone disturbing my fun.

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  148. "It's funny. I don't understand the obsession with who's who here. So what and who cares? It's not going to stop anyone from posting and doing exactly what it is that they're doing."

    ^^^ word!

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  149. Theme Songs for SW RegularsDecember 22, 2011 at 8:31 AM

    Theme Song for Bella


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjTZWH6lx0Q&feature=related

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  150. if Me is every person on this blog, s/he is a genius.

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  151. thanks for my theme song. I love horns.

    I am sweetcheeks, blue bird, notme, Sceli, sometimes Eden. I wish i was Medusa sometimes. Oh I am also Caroline and Monica.

    ALSO RES is me.. SURPRISE!

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  152. I think my sister, on the other hand, might really be a sociopath. She seems to fit the profile. She is very charming and openly gregarious and has never been able to hold one job (or boyfriend) for too long. When she was a teenager she flew to Spain without money, job or knowing anyone there. My mother told me she used to sleep in parks and called her to send her money. She spent a decade overseas, not only in Spain but she lived in half a dozen countries and traveled in a dozen more. She can be extremely emotional but goes overboard with it and it doesn't seem real - she makes a big show of it and herself the center of attention, leaving other people confused. And, of course, she is extremely difficult to get along with if she doesn't get her way.

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  153. "if Me is every person on this blog, s/he is a genius."

    Actually I just sit a bunch of monkeys in front of computers everyday and see what happens.

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  154. I am grateful for this site during this holiday season when I have to see relatives who have hurt me. My omnipresent question is "Could they help it?" This may be one of the core questions we, all, have about people with PD's who have hurt us. Were we, just, collateral damage of their condition?

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  155. Nice Mis =)


    People need to understand that what this boils down to is entertainment. We keep coming back here because it's something to do and in some way captivating.

    You don't go to the movies and see a film because you honestly believe the characters in the flick are an accurate portrayal of the actors playing them. You go because the actors do a good job of providing something you want to see.

    Here is no different.

    I don't honestly care who anyone is or isn't. It's not going to affect my life in any way whatsoever. As long as you continue to engage something that I desire to have engaged, than that's all that matters.

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  156. me liky u blog haven :))

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  157. @Piles I am sorry you went through all that you did.

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  158. SW drama beats The Days of Our Lives any day of the week.

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  159. @Nothing Man ROLFL True

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  160. We miss The Chosen One

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  161. Whoever thinks that narcissists are leading the world raise your hands and applaud.

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  162. lol. So my husbands been keeping me up somewhat on this silly charade. I missed it because its Christmas and i have people to buy stuff for. Plus I couldn't find the cord to my tablet.
    But I'm glad we solved the Hannibal mystery.

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  163. Oh yeah, how did the chosen one thing go?

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  164. I just finished my shopping as well. Get anything good?

    I didn't realize there was Chosen One drama. How did I miss that?

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  165. Sw Girls Fan Club for The Chosen OneDecember 22, 2011 at 1:09 PM

    No Drama We just like him. Don't get your panties in a wad. That is, if you are wearing any---------direct quote

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  166. Jeepers, he was captivating. :-)
    I got a ton of good things. I almost got aa bonsai tree for my friend from forever, but i aalready got him something. So instead I got my mama a pair of shoes she'll love! I also got a platter and snowman cookie jar. They say warm wishes. :-)
    My bunny can tell you what he got. Which is probably the best present.

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  167. You guys don't feel shame at all? So if you were to poop yourself in public, you wouldn't care a bit?

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  168. But I'm glad we solved the Hannibal mystery.

    What?

    You don't read MK, you just listen to your husband.
    Not that that you shouldn't, I'm sure you better listen to him.

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  169. Aw, that all sounds lovely. I love bonsai trees. I had a friend growing up that raised them.

    I got my mom some really nice wine glasses, and some Beatles sheet music for my dad.

    My family has been thoroughly dissuaded from getting me anything that has to do with clothing though. Their taste, is not my taste, haha. Are you hoping for anything in particular from Santa?

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  170. Frank got frankfurt a new jacket.

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  171. lol. Truth, I don't intend to ffind the time tto go through all of the above drama so i can disprove Davids idiocy or prove Hannibal's. Sounds like a wwaste of time, doesnt it? So il take my husbands ttake and move on.

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  172. Mm, hopes... not really. My wish list is pretty well filled so everything iI get for Christmas will be a wonderful thoughtful bonus.

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  173. What about you? Any wishes?
    Oh, I'd love sweaters and sweater ddresses for Christmas... I can't seem to find the right ones, and my wardrobe needs them.

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  174. @Missus I live in Vince Cashmere dresses.

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  175. that ssounds soft! I've been trying to find the right sweaterdresses all over, but theyre all short sleeved or pouch shouldered. I have broad shoulders so that doesn't work. Then they're itchy, or thin, or the snowflake pattern doesn't go all the way toto the back. (I think that looks cheap). I want a sweater collection for fall and winter. Right now iI have a few, but nowhere near enough... I have three or four aand sweatshirts.

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  176. @Missus Most of Vince's things are not itchy. Most are soft. I got one itchy one, only.

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  177. I am trying to come sort of understanding of the people with PD's who hurt me. Could they help it? My conclusion is that they could not control the false constructs with which their thoughts were framed. That, they cannot help. The people I am talking about have low empathy, not none. I think they target someone if they CAN. So, they do have choice. They choose to target weak people or children.

    So, they could not help their thinking, but they could help their actions when their actions went against their consciences. Then, they chose to over ride their consciences.

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  178. Il have to try them. Sounds like a fun sshopping spree.

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  179. You know what you should think about to regain control and personal power in your life?
    How did you let the people iin your past harm you? or in other ways, how did you open yourself up as weak minded to allow them to have such a lalasting eeffect on you that now you try to relive the ppain with your ssociopathic partner who doesnt care about you sso you can understand their thinking.
    Lets move on from reliving pain and try to understand your own thinking that makes you relive the pain. They can help iit, just like you can.

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  180. I think your abuse CALLS you to repeat it with men. That is why I have not gotten in to another relationship, since my marriage. There is some inner, unconscious compass which finds the same person, in a seemingly different guise. If you did not make the same mistake with UKan, I would like to learn about it, but more time is needed to see if you did or not, to be totally frank.


    IF you did not repeat your violent father with UKan, you could offer a lot to people.

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