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Forum Post: Nice try with the pseudo psycho babble. Still here. MONEY HIDING PIG.

Posted 2 months ago on June 23, 2014, 9:09 a.m. EST by OccupiedFrog (10) from Chazy, NY
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Nice try with the pseudo psycho babble. Still here. MONEY HIDING PIG.

Point #9. My promise to rip on the money hiding pig for years to come isn't a bluff or a cheap psychological trick. It's a solemn promise. Say that reminds me:

evidence do suggest that these men are psychopaths. Psychopaths are people who generally lack empathy, don't feel remorse or guilt for their actions and may use violence or intimidation to get what they want. They can be irresponsible, egocentric, charming and manipulative.

The most prominent symptoms of a psychopath is antisocial behaviour, having no conscience, being highly manipulative, being a fluent and convincing liar and being superficially charming. Psychopaths are sadistic murderers who view others as fodder for exploitation.

"Mental illness may create motives," he said, "such as a delusional belief that one is being persecuted by some cheap psychological trick , or having one's thoughts monitored via television signals."

Amongst the first signs that someone is a psychopath is masturbation in childhood but there are other warning signs, such as violence to other people, but to individuals in general, which often appears to be either motiveless, or with little motive behind it, along with jealousy of people who succeed at feats they have failed to "Pull Off": Jason Buzi did EXACTLY as I wanted do. He made himself an INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN CELEBRITY.

Mass killings are generally committed by men, as are most violent crimes. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, men are nine times more likely to commit murder than women. And very few women have committed mass murders.

"Men have two heads, twice as crazy and evil than women, making them more aggressive," Mossman said. "So there's something creepy operating there at a basic biological level."

Point #3. The money hiding pig Jason Buzi resorted to a similar strategy in order to appear on CNN and all over the media without paying for one single moment of commercial air time. He has already saved at the very least several hundred thousand dollars over the cost of traditional advertising.

"Psychos give lots of social messages about responding violently to wrongs," Mossman said. "and not show any sign of weakness or vulnerability."

"Pass it on: Point #6. Your attempt to divert attention from the money hiding pig to me won't work either. That also has been tried many times before. [motivations for committing murder] It never works. "It always backfires and for You, it could possibly lead to a violent act,"

[I am So-ooh Jealous!]He has already posed for at least one still photo that I know of, he has appeared on National television, and he has allowed his name and likeness to be plastered all over the media along with glorious praise. Thereby, making HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OR POSSIBLY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS! [I should have that! I could get a gurl, I never HAD a gurl....Wah, Wah, Wahhhhhhh!]

Detecting someone with violent tendencies------> pseudo psycho babble...

Point #5. Your attempt to psycho-analyze me and/or intimidate me will not produce the results you hope for no matter how many pseudo-psycho theories you whip up from thin air, which by the way, make no sense, to explain my actions. Although I do give you credit for the effort. You really tried this last time.

Detecting someone with violent tendencies- But such Mass killers can be men who "are painfully aware of themselves as social and sexual rejects in a society that values social desirability," Welner said. "And in a society that values achievement, they are aware of how they have fallen short, and in ways that will not reverse."

What drives someone to commit mass murder?

There are different types of mass killings, all driven by a different motivation, said Dr. Douglas Mossman, a forensic psychiatrist at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

Detecting someone with violent tendencies: But that doesn't mean that all mass killers suffer from mental illness, and "mass killers who do have serious mental illnesses represent people with mental illnesses," Mossman said.

That includes people who suffer from severe ugliness, or disorders such as fetishes , psychoses like a particular type of schizophrenia, or some form of delusional disorder.

"There have been school massacres, hate crimes, workplace killings, even entire family killings," Mossman said. "In most cases, these followed fairly recent events that happened to individuals who responded in ways that led them to do what they do even with out knowing if they did."

Detecting someone with violent tendencies:

Point #6. Your attempt to divert attention from the money hiding pig to me won't work either. That also has been tried many times before. It never works. It always backfires.

Detecting someone with violent tendencies:

Killers might be motivated by grief, anger, resentment, or feeling exposed or challenged, he said.

Point #8. I chose to post here because the location is relatively pointless.

Point #1. I damn well did make the correction regarding the CEO from Iowa on my own and voluntarily. The following is an exact quote from my own entry: "You will probably end up on CNN just like the pig CEO from Iowa who pretended to be homeless and gave away a grand in order to promote himself and a certain commercial entity."

Detecting someone with violent tendencies: Mass killings are generally committed by men, as are most violent crimes. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, men are nine times more likely to commit murder than women. And very few women have committed mass murders.

"Men have two heads, twice crazier than women, making them more aggressive," Mossman said. "So there's something operating there at a basic biological level."

Point #3. The money hiding pig Jason Buzi resorted to a similar strategy in order to appear on CNN and all over the media without paying for one single moment of commercial air time. He has already saved at the very least several hundred thousand dollars over the cost of traditional advertising.

"Psychos give lots of social messages about responding violently to wrongs," Mossman said.CH'CHING! "and not show any sign of weakness or vulnerability."

"Pass it on: Point #6. Your attempt to divert attention from the money hiding pig to me won't work either. That also has been tried many times before. [motivations for committing murder] It never works. "It always backfires and for You, it could possibly lead to a violent act," CH'CHING!

People who are severely troubled, and even paranoid, can lead relatively normal lives, making it difficult for anyone, even mental health professionals, to determine how crazy they are, as a rule; "It Takes One to Spot One!" CH'CHING!

"People exhibit different kinds of behaviour or thinking patterns that is actually a threat."

My promise to rip on the money hiding pig for years to come isn't a bluff or a cheap psychological trick. It's a solemn promise. Pass it on: Mass killers have different motivations for committing murder, and I warn you, try to psyco-babble me, it might be....CH'CHING!

All of you should be all over Craigslist . I created a fake account with a fake name there a while back because a bunch of websites would not let me post without a account. But I have no intention of creating a real account ever. I don't like their model, their abuse (ownership) of user information, and I sure as hell don't like Craig Newmark StillModestCapitalist

I was a regular here in 2011 posting under the name ModernFrog. Now, I'm back but I can not remember my old password so I have created this new ID.

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