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December 07, 2012, 03:50:03 AM
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Part 5 is now available.

Stef's been busy!

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December 07, 2012, 06:31:04 PM
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Hahaha I love this thread, all of my ignore list jumped to bitch about it.
The best part: the fascists defended the sociopaths, and the sociopaths defended the fascists.

At least they know which side their bread is buttered on.

Can you imagine what a country ruled by Augusto Crappo would look like....

Yes.  Like this:

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December 07, 2012, 06:31:40 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.
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December 07, 2012, 06:32:58 PM
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People who think this is utterly ridiculous and would never happen are the ones to avoid, because they will be the crowd.

Very well said.  Funnily, these people will join the ranks of the 270 million corpses that statism has produced (just 20th century, excluding wars), or will fund and cheer the people producing the corpses.
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December 07, 2012, 07:03:13 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.
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December 07, 2012, 07:07:51 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.

Your logical fallacy is...

Now, did you have an argument?

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December 07, 2012, 07:11:07 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.

Your logical fallacy is...

Untrue, but I'm not surprised at your own love affair with ad hominem. The truth of the matter is, I provided your fellow whiner with some advice based upon my observations. That isn't ad hominem.
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December 07, 2012, 07:14:33 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.

Your logical fallacy is...

Untrue, but I'm not surprised at your own love affair with ad hominem. The truth of the matter is, I provided your fellow whiner with some advice based upon my observations. That isn't ad hominem.

You called him "mentally unstable" and implied that made him unable to make an argument. That's textbook ad hominem. Do you have an actual argument?

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December 07, 2012, 07:15:52 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.

Your logical fallacy is...

Untrue, but I'm not surprised at your own love affair with ad hominem. The truth of the matter is, I provided your fellow whiner with some advice based upon my observations. That isn't ad hominem.

You called him "mentally unstable" and implied that made him unable to make an argument. That's textbook ad hominem. Do you have an actual argument?

No. I called him unstable because of his paranoia.
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December 07, 2012, 07:25:08 PM
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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

Really? Seek help for your fictional delusions. You don't sound mentally stable.

Your logical fallacy is...

Untrue, but I'm not surprised at your own love affair with ad hominem. The truth of the matter is, I provided your fellow whiner with some advice based upon my observations. That isn't ad hominem.

You called him "mentally unstable" and implied that made him unable to make an argument. That's textbook ad hominem. Do you have an actual argument?

No. I called him unstable because of his paranoia.

So do you have an actual argument, or are you going to continue digging that hole?

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December 07, 2012, 07:34:23 PM
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So do you have an actual argument, or are you going to continue digging that hole?

When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranoia

And from that article:

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See also:

    Catastrophization
    Conspiracy theory
    Delusions of reference           
    Distrust
    Fusion paranoia
    Ideas of reference
    Monomania
    Narcissistic personality disorder
    Paranoid personality disorder
    Paranoid social cognition
    Pronoia
    Querulant
    Religious paranoia
    Schizophrenia
    Whispers: The Voices of Paranoia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catastrophization

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conspiracy_theory

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delusions_of_reference

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distrust

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fusion_paranoia#Fusion_paranoia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranoid_social_cognition

Let's now revisit what he says should be multiplied by a million:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.
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December 07, 2012, 07:36:38 PM
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So do you have an actual argument, or are you going to continue digging that hole?

When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranoia

Digging it is. Right then. Let me know when you've calmed down.

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December 07, 2012, 08:08:23 PM
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So do you have an actual argument, or are you going to continue digging that hole?

When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.


This a million times.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranoia

Digging it is. Right then. Let me know when you've calmed down.

I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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December 07, 2012, 08:16:46 PM
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I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.

Well, you're right in one aspect: They don't kick you to death... They shoot you.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/nyregion/police-fatally-shoot-man-brandishing-knife-in-times-square.html

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I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.

Well, you're right in one aspect: They don't kick you to death... They shoot you.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/nyregion/police-fatally-shoot-man-brandishing-knife-in-times-square.html

It's quite funny to see sociopaths in this thread calling me "mentally unstable" when the events and actions I've pointed out can actually be observed in reality.  I guess when the reality one tries to deny is undeniable, the only recourse of the dishonest / sociopathic individual is to attack people to try and discredit / defame them at all costs.  That's what they do -- since I represent what they can't bring themselves to be, I obviously embody what they hate, thus they need to "destroy" me personally.  Stef warned us about that in The Fascists That Surround You series.

One can't cover the Sun with one's thumb, but that won't stop statists from trying like the idiots they are.
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December 07, 2012, 08:41:38 PM
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I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.

Well, you're right in one aspect: They don't kick you to death... They shoot you.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/nyregion/police-fatally-shoot-man-brandishing-knife-in-times-square.html

It's quite funny to see sociopaths in this thread calling me "mentally unstable" when the events and actions I've pointed out can actually be observed in reality.  I guess when the reality one tries to deny is undeniable, the only recourse of the dishonest / sociopathic individual is to attack people to try and discredit / defame them at all costs.  Stef warned us about that in The Fascists That Surround You series.

One can't cover the Sun with one's thumb, but that won't stop statists from trying like the idiots they are.

You mean like the Kelly Thomas murder? The police who killed him are despicable pieces of shit, without a doubt. But I don't magnify events such as those into a fear that resembles the quote above. That's the difference.
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December 07, 2012, 08:48:14 PM
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I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.

Well, you're right in one aspect: They don't kick you to death... They shoot you.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/nyregion/police-fatally-shoot-man-brandishing-knife-in-times-square.html

It's quite funny to see sociopaths in this thread calling me "mentally unstable" when the events and actions I've pointed out can actually be observed in reality.  I guess when the reality one tries to deny is undeniable, the only recourse of the dishonest / sociopathic individual is to attack people to try and discredit / defame them at all costs.  Stef warned us about that in The Fascists That Surround You series.

One can't cover the Sun with one's thumb, but that won't stop statists from trying like the idiots they are.

You mean like the Kelly Thomas murder? The police who killed him are despicable pieces of shit, without a doubt. But I don't magnify events such as those into a fear that resembles the quote above. That's the difference.

Except these are not isolated incidents. They happen nearly constantly, to the point that a polite, kind, friendly policeman is the exception now, no longer the rule. The police are not your friends. They are not on "your side."

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December 07, 2012, 08:52:25 PM
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I'm quite calm and objective. My observations of paranoia are accurate. Feel free to attempt to dispute the truth of my observations. Use this quote for reference:

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When I think about the best way to describe what our modern day society looks like I imagine being surrounded by police who kick you to death while the crowd stands there watching.

Well, you're right in one aspect: They don't kick you to death... They shoot you.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/nyregion/police-fatally-shoot-man-brandishing-knife-in-times-square.html

It's quite funny to see sociopaths in this thread calling me "mentally unstable" when the events and actions I've pointed out can actually be observed in reality.  I guess when the reality one tries to deny is undeniable, the only recourse of the dishonest / sociopathic individual is to attack people to try and discredit / defame them at all costs.  Stef warned us about that in The Fascists That Surround You series.

One can't cover the Sun with one's thumb, but that won't stop statists from trying like the idiots they are.

You mean like the Kelly Thomas murder? The police who killed him are despicable pieces of shit, without a doubt. But I don't magnify events such as those into a fear that resembles the quote above. That's the difference.

Except these are not isolated incidents. They happen nearly constantly, to the point that a polite, kind, friendly policeman is the exception now, no longer the rule. The police are not your friends. They are not on "your side."

In this instance, you're wrong, my man.  A sociopath like FirstAsshat is obviously going to perceive police (sociopaths) as his friend
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December 07, 2012, 08:56:04 PM
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In this instance, you're wrong, my man.  A sociopath like FirstAsshat is obviously going to perceive police (sociopaths) as his friend

His perception is irrelevant. Regardless of whether or not he's on their side, they're not on his. They came for the Catholics, but I was not Catholic...

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Except these are not isolated incidents. They happen nearly constantly, to the point that a polite, kind, friendly policeman is the exception now, no longer the rule. The police are not your friends. They are not on "your side."
It's come to the point now that if you have any kind of interaction with the police at all you should consider yourself lucky if your dog isn't killed in front of you for no reason.
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