Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Narcissist?

I sort of hate to pile on this random guy plucked from obscurity for our collective scrutiny, but he is an interesting case study.


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  1. Let's see if we can solve this puzzle:
    I'm assuming that M.E. lives in Utah, which is about 4 hours behind my time.
    She might still be in her bed, (With who I don't know.)
    When she awakens to begin her day, it will probably be late morning or early
    afternoon here. Will she go off to work (Does she still have her teaching position?) or is she just a regular attorney? Is the fortune she has a "nest egg?"
    Or, is she living off it now?
    She has said she sees a therapist. But why? What can he /she tell her that
    she doesn't know? What motivates M.E. and what is she looking forward to,
    if anything? Does she have a long range goal? Or does she take life as it comes
    in a Buddhaist sort of way? Does she laugh? Does she smile? Or is she like
    that fellow in the cable series "Ray Donavon" who always has a dour expression
    on his face?

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    1. the only puzzle around here is you my friend

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    2. And where my magical pink pony flew off to...

      -Z

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  2. Like Jim Jones, this guy is an walking advertisement for atheism. Amen.

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    1. As they say, "there is a thin line between a 'smile' and laughter." Cross that line, Faust. I did.

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    2. Lol. Easy. The guy's a joke. Actually a sad joke, so forgive me if I simply smirk.

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    3. LOL!

      I might see it as "atheism sells itself to the ones willing to look." 8)~

      In college I had a teacher who introduced him self as "Jim 'No Kool-Aide Jokes' Jones. Fond memories of that class.

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    4. "I don't know if I can handle a 'Really New' King James Version without first having a couple drinks."

      Faust, a "smirk" walks into a "dark place," and one of the inhabitants asks him what he's been drinking, when all of a sudden the smirking mustache in a cowboy hat (yes, the phrasing is how it's supposed to be) recalls his peccadillo, and right there I have to stop the dark "joke," because it has a "punch" line which I've omitted, and if it’s ever found, it will probably be rated "Not Safe For Even This Dark Place."

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  3. I can't decide what is worse, this guy or the crowd still sitting there? There can't be a narcissist unless s/he is surrounded by narcissistic supply, the congregation who'll not only sit there and listen to one man abuse others but also fill his bucket with some money after that.

    Unf'ingbelievable!

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    1. Yes. Frightening, really, that the crowd was manipulated to such a state of complacency. They seem to be used to it.

      This guy looks like sort of a sick genius. The crowd looks to be under the spell of years of manipulative emotional and psychological abuse. They have completely lost their critical thinking. Religion definitely can do that to you.


      The preacher probably started under the mask of a gentle soul with helpful criticism.

      Hopefully he lost his flock after his meltdown, but I somehow doubt it.

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  5. Old, entitled, wealthy white religious dude.

    It would have been funny if someone had stood up to him. I think he would have physically assaulted them!

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    1. Heck I would've anyways ;)

      -Z

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  6. Aye, there is “cure” in the laughter kingdom, especially when involving a case study such as we’ve viewed. And here’s another for today’s episode of “The Laughing Cure: The ‘Really New’ King James Version”:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5aqGurQAto

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  7. I wish I had an attic & up there would hang a giant talking bat from the rafters, giving me sound advice. It would be creepy, open the creaking door and get the advice, but afterwards, down in the kitchen it would be worth it. Maybe one day he´d ask me for things, things to eat? Could I then say "no" after all the advice I´d been given..?

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    1. What is the species of this giant talking bat?

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    2. Prob the same species as you.... considering your looks are prob horrific

      -Z

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  8. Once,

    You're scaring me. I don't know if I can handle a 'Really New' King James Version without first having a couple drinks. The older versions are bad enough.

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    1. Even after several glasses of wine and getting half baked - still not enough for me.

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    2. You're right, Harry. What was I thinking. Ayahuasca would be more fitting.

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    3. “If you don't learn how to be scared, you'll never really learn how to be brave.” (S.H.)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4E79_ptdtM

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    4. "You're scaring me. I don't know if I can handle a 'Really New' King James Version without first having a couple drinks. The older versions are bad enough."

      Also, Faust: (How about this "version?" The symbolism within this context being rather tenebrous and "novel.") https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8D8OcVjnrfo

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  9. Lol!!
    This is too good to resist.

    Having a massive meltdown and making completely bullshit judgements, name calling, getting passive aggressive... just all of that. And all because someone annoyed him by falling asleep!
    Just imagine the meltdown he would have had if someone actually said something critical about him... XD

    I thought your tantrum was far more hilarious, M.E.
    Especially the part where you called me "the worst this world has to offer".

    Hugs from your favourite tyrannical, fear mongering, malignant narcissist.

    Kat

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    1. Ha I'm probably smarter, better-looking, swagger, and more narcissistic than you. You don't have a chance.

      -Z

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    2. Oh goody!
      Always adorable to see obnoxious little wannabes like you gasping for attention. It's like having a retarded chihuahua around.

      Yes, you win the narcissism contest hands down, champ. Your mama must be so proud :)

      Kat

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    3. Lol I got mad at my mama and accused her of child abuse so k don't ever have to see her again. Lol. It was awesome tricking CPS. Lmao. Its on my list of accomplishments.

      -Z

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    4. Reading your comments towards one another is perhaps one of the best wastes of time ever! Very amusing.

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    5. I know I'm amusing :P I don't even gotta try I'm just too awesome for you all xD

      -Z

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  10. I suppose M.E. WILL NOT die alone and unloved. She is discliplined and NOt
    an addict. She is EXTERNALLY CLEAN.

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    1. I wouldn't be surprised if you were actually this M.E. person vouching for yourself lol

      -Z

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  11. I'm not sure he is a narcissist; he may just be an asshole.

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    1. True, True, a dumb one XD

      -Z

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  12. Question to genuine socios: Do you get "strange reactions" when you wonder around town: in some stores the staff almost flirt with you and in other places they nearly point fingers at you like some known felon just walked in?Love/hate/admiration/disgust in a weird kind of "circle", for no apparent reason. You just were the same "deadpan self" you always were & are, minding your business..?

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    1. I can't help but think that perhaps your implying that sociopaths have some sort of pseudo supernatural ability to invoke admiration or disgust by simply standing there. Chances are a sociopath using their charm might rub off as particularly flirtatious or manipulative but otherwise they're not going to be standing out anymore then your average empath.

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    2. To Anon of 3:05 pm,

      No I really don't ever get weird reactions. Everyone loves me. Its just cuz I'm too awesome. But ya, sometimes I'm so fake I almost believe it myself. Whatev.

      -Z

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  13. First off, who the hell is M.E. and second, that would be me except for the fact that I'm an atheist and I would've killed everyone instead of stupid BS comments

    -Z

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    1. "First off, who the hell is M.E."

      seriously?

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    2. Yo I JUST found this blog, and yes I figured out who she is :P

      -Z

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    3. Yo! Do us all a favor, and get lost. Your little balls are dwarved by your big mouth. Guys like you are all talk.


      And considering the fact that you haven't shut up since you arrived, you clearly have much to compensate for. XD

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    4. One I'm a girl dude and two- I actually walk my talk, and yes I am bored cuz it's summer

      -Z

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    5. Oh SWEET! Another spoiled brat with an overblown sense of entitlement, pretending to be a Big Bad Someone she's not.

      Pleased to meet you, "Z". I'm "A"- which makes me exactly 25 steps ahead of your slow, substandard game. In fact, I'm surprised that you can play at all, what with those knickers in such a tight bunch under that threatening school uniform.

      Are those granny pants covering that big fat ass of yours? No wonder you frighten all the neighbors' children, you semi-literate, sociopathic snowflake, you! No need to commit murder when your mere presence is enough to cause folks to die of laughter. XD

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    6. One, I'm almost 15, two, I'm in college, and three, I wouldn't go assuming other people's looks because I could be the president of the United States for all you know. I'm pretty sure ur Kat just not signing of ur name cuz ur scared btw. And as far as the alphabet goes, A is at the beginning, isn't it? And beginners shouldn't mess with their future. *aka me (for dumb-asses like you)* Nice try though. Or as passive teachers would say, *Good Effort!!*

      -Z *the future*

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    7. Oh dear...

      [make a big bowl of popcorn]

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    8. Hmmm. Let's see what we have here, shall we...? :)


      --> 1) "One, I'm almost 15,"


      ...And that is why I am going to go easy on you. But not so easy that I won't make you squirm. You clearly need a good spanking, young lady.


      --> 2) "two, I'm in college,"


      Bullshit. You're lying. College educated young adults craft better rebuttals than "Like... I'm *SO* sociopathically *awesome*, and you're just lame grownups waiting to die, nyah nyah." Do you really have no idea how ridiculous you sound? I'd tell you to stop embarrassing yourself, but that would be about as useful as telling a train-wreck to stop in its tracks. :P


      --> 3) "and three, I wouldn't go assuming other people's looks because I could be the president of the United States for all you know."


      I was baiting you with your insecurities, and you went right for it, guppy. Now I have an even better grasp of the weaknesses that you unwittingly wear upon your sleeve. See how that works?


      No, you couldn't be the "President of the United States for all I know", Sharkbait, because he probably doesn't have the time, nor the inclination, to act like an assclown on a sociopath blog. :P


      -->"I'm pretty sure ur Kat just not signing of ur name cuz ur scared btw."


      Yes.... yes. That must be it. I'm "scared" of a 15 year old wannabe prancing around on an anonymous web forum. You might assault me with ur nasty txt cuz u so sick, pZycho grl.


      R u 4 realz?


      ::Eyeroll::


      Stop being such a narcissistic little twat, and realize how idiotically juvenile you sound.


      I already told you, I'm A. But Kat has been doing a fine job of holding up a mirror, batting you around, and getting you to chase your tail. XD


      You are either an amusing troll, trying to create drama, or you really are totally oblivious to the fact that your type is the punchline of a long-standing joke, here. I'm leaning more towards your being troll, because I have trouble believing that anyone could be such a walking cliche.

      --> "And as far as the alphabet goes, A is at the beginning, isn't it? And beginners shouldn't mess with their future. *aka me (for dumb-asses like you)* "


      Hm. I'm the President of an organization I founded. You're a high school student, desperately soliciting the attention of a bunch of strangers you claim to identify with by alternatingly insulting them, and pleading for their validation. ("I'm *NOT* normal, I'm special, damnit!!!)


      Barring circumstances over which I have no control, my future is secure. The jury is still out on yours- but your acting like such a clueless, vapid tart doesn't bode well for it.


      You're like an abused chihuahua who thinks it's a doberman, inviting kicks because it yaps incessantly and pisses all over the furniture. It's pathetic. Just stop. :P


      "Nice try though. Or as passive teachers would say, *Good Effort!!*"


      I'd return the compliment, but that would be disingenuous of me. Putting little try-hards like you in their place does not take much effort.


      I realize that in school, kids with special needs are praised for being Special Snowflakes, but your lackluster antics and witless efforts won't cut it here. You're not funny, you're not clever, and you're as predictable and easy to manipulate as a hamster on a treadmill.


      Better luck next time, play again soon! :D

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    9. Hey Alter :)

      As much as I love the smell of flambe Chihuahua on a fine winter afternoon, we really should consider being nicer to the pathetic freak.

      She mentioned that she had been adopted from good old Mother Russia. Something most people don't know, is that the Russians only really allowed the worst cases to be adopted out to the West. The emotional cripples, the Foetal Alcohol Syndrome sufferers, the otherwise severely disabled. They wanted to keep the kids that had potential back at home.

      Speaks volumes about our little Omega, doesn't it?
      The fact that she considers Putin her hero is yet more evidence of mental handicap.

      She deserves our pity, not scorn.
      That's why I stopped replying to her. I consider it downright...unsporting to have a battle of wits with her.

      Kat

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    10. Hey G.E. :)

      I still think it's a troll. It went over to play with the other syncophants at sociopath-community, which has essentially become a colony of feral, pathologically self-absorbed teenagers competing for attention, save for a few old regulars.

      Either way, there is no "battle" to be had wherein this one is concerned. "She" doesn't possess the mental capacity to engage in normal conversation, let alone clever banter or intellectual sparring.

      People who lack imagination, wit and humor shouldn't play games that rely on all three to be funny. That this troll thinks it's clever when it is so desperately pathetic is the only amusing part of its ridiculous song and dance. That, at least, is worth half a laugh.

      But not really. :P

      I'm bored.

      *Sigh*.

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  14. If you walk the talk then tell us who she is most of us already know anyways

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  15. She's the author of this blog and some book

    -Z

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  17. More people need to be on http://sociopath-community.com/

    !!! it used to be connected to this blog but was disconnected over a year ago. We need fresh blood and lots of interesting things have happened recently (relates to kiwifar.ms drama: https://archive.is/M2tXa) that will go down in the forum's history! Be sure to check out http://www.psychforums.com/antisocial-personality/ too, as some of its regulars are regulars on SC too!

    Goddamn ME refused to reconnect the blog to the forum so we SC goers will just have to spam advertisements for the forum in the comments section. ;)

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