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Old May 2nd, 2017, 01:50 PM   #51
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You're as emotional as anyone here..
You mean sociopaths not psychopaths. Psychopaths are just full of emotions, many of them irrational and violent but still emotions,

Dumbasses are just dumnasses. *shrug*
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Japanese Interpreter: Translating Trump Word For Word Makes Us ‘Sound Stupid’

Some things get lost in Trumpslation.

By David Moye Feb 25, 2017

Donald Trump says things that can defy description—and that’s proving a challenge for translators around the globe.

Tokyo-based translator Chikako Tsuruta told the Japan Times that translating the president into Japanese is a challenge, what with the lack of logic or concern for facts.

“[Trump] rarely speaks logically, and he only emphasizes one side of things as if it were the absolute truth,” Tsuruta said. “There are lots of moments when I suspected his assertions were factually dubious.”

Japanese Interpreter: Translating Trump Word For Word Makes Us 'Sound Stupid' | HuffPost
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Old May 16th, 2017, 04:14 PM   #53
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I think we all have some sort of mental illness
being witdrawn in a forum making our own little world
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Old May 17th, 2017, 03:29 AM   #54
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You received your training from where, and you've sat down with him one on one?
Darn it Santa, she's a teacher not a psychologist, from bones on Star Trek who also is a doctor who hasn't examined Trump.
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Old May 17th, 2017, 04:26 AM   #55
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right. so a bunch of professors say we should overturn the result of a free and fair election in one of the worlds most stable democracies, based on their assessment from watching someone on tv, who they have never met.

THAT is delusional. THAT is narcissism. THAT is grandiose.
Trump is a typical example of the dangers of the Peter Pan complex. Letting fat little boys spend their lives turning the world in to a narcissist posturing-ground for their grotesque egos will always find serf-minded clowns to pretend they won elections they lost, to give them the illusion they can bully others forever. Should such noodles really be allowed to destroy the world to justify their self-importance?
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right. so a bunch of professors say we should overturn the result of a free and fair election in one of the worlds most stable democracies, based on their assessment from watching someone on tv, who they have never met.

THAT is delusional. THAT is narcissism. THAT is grandiose.
Its not that they said it. Its the fact that it passes as journalistic integrity to even give it any passing credit that is troubling.
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Old May 19th, 2017, 03:19 AM   #57
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DSM-5 criteria for narcissistic personality disorder:

• Having an exaggerated sense of self-importance

•Expecting to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it

•Exaggerating your achievements and talents

•Being preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate

•Believing that you are superior and can only be understood by or associate with equally special people

•Requiring constant admiration

•Having a sense of entitlement

•Expecting special favors and unquestioning compliance with your expectations

•Taking advantage of others to get what you want

•Having an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others

•Being envious of others and believing others envy you

•Behaving in an arrogant or haughty manner

Donald Trump
Ahem, question do you think any other politicians, I don't know maybe the one we had for the last 8 years meets those same criteria?
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Ahem, question do you think any other politicians, I don't know maybe the one we had for the last 8 years meets those same criteria?
Don't you think the man's total lack of any sense of reality, even without his constant lying and narcissistic posturing, would make him utterly unfit for any public office anywhere in the world? Most people do.
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You're as emotional as anyone here..
You mean sociopaths not psychopaths. Psychopaths are just full of emotions, many of them irrational and violent but still emotions,

Dumbasses are just dumnasses. *shrug*
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'Cold-Hearted Psychopath, Hot-Headed Sociopath'

It’s not easy to spot a psychopath. They can be intelligent, charming, and good at mimicking emotions. They may pretend to be interested in you, but in reality, they probably don’t care.

“They’re skilled actors whose sole mission is to manipulate people for personal gain,” Tompkins says.

Sociopaths are less able to play along. They make it plain that they’re not interested in anyone but themselves. They often blame others and have excuses for their behavior.

Some experts see sociopaths as “hot-headed.” They act without thinking how others will be affected.

Psychopaths are more “cold-hearted” and calculating. They carefully plot their moves, and use aggression in a planned-out way to get what they want. If they’re after more money or status in the office, for example, they’ll make a plan to take out any barriers that stand in the way, even if it’s another person’s job or reputation.
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The Trump is best since W Bush and Billy and Reagan. Top 4 all history. Maybe not wall.
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