Re: what does it mean that PATS have been named in AH WRONGFUL death suit?
posted at 6/20/2014 8:26 PM EDT
In response to cousteau's comment:
In response to DougIrwin's comment:
I thought Melly Mel's thread on this topic was very dumb and sounded like a Commie thread, and right on cue, here comes the moron himself.
and right on cue, here comes the moron himself.
you should stop referring yourself that way. its more like delusional homer with a creepy obsession with a coach and a personality disorder that makes you argue and insult anyone that doesn't agree with you
Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a lack of regard for the moral or legal standards in the local culture. There is a marked inability to get along with others or abide by societal rules. Individuals with this disorder are sometimes called psychopaths or sociopaths..
THE MALIGNANT PERSONALITY:
These people are mentally ill and extremely dangerous! The following precautions will help to protect you from the destructive acts of which they are capable.
First, to recognize them, keep the following guidelines in mind.
(1) They are habitual liars. They seem incapable of either knowing or telling the truth about anything. CHECK
(2) They are egotistical to the point of narcissism. They really believe they are set apart from the rest of humanity by some special grace. CHECK
(3) They scapegoat; they are incapable of either having the insight or willingness to accept responsibility for anything they do. Whatever the problem, it is always someone else's fault. CHECK
(4) They are remorselessly vindictive when thwarted or exposed. CHECK
(5) Genuine religious, moral, or other values play no part in their lives. They have no empathy for others and are capable of violence. Under older psychological terminology, they fall into the category of psychopath or sociopath, but unlike the typical psychopath, their behavior is masked by a superficial social facade. CHECK
If you have come into conflict with such a person or persons, do the following immediately!
(1) Notify your friends and relatives of what has happened.
Do not be vague. Name names, and specify dates and circumstances. Identify witnesses if possible and provide supporting documentation if any is available.
(2) Inform the police. The police will do nothing with this information except to keep it on file, since they are powerless to act until a crime has been committed. Unfortunately, that often is usually too late for the victim. Nevertheless, place the information in their hands.