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    Senior Member Lethal Sage's Avatar
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    Hah, own free will. Once you're in there there is a reason why your clothes say "PROPERTY OF". Hell, I just got something in the mail just letting me know that the government owned my estate. GREAT.

    I get nutty when I get angry probably as a defense mechanism to avoid being so.
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    Self-identification. Works for some.
    IN SERIO FATVITAS.

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    Being that "mad" is a perception based opinion, you probably wouldn't. I've read case studdies on schizophrenics for fun, and most of them are aware they are different but in a very rationalized way. Intricate systems of logic built around asinine assumptions that fills the blanks between perception and "reality." Which is really similar to the way most people think.

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    'Mad' is I think a deviation from the norm. If one know this, and one is aware that one is 'special' one should be able to find out that one is 'mad'. It will require faith, since the person in question won't really be 'mad', only in relation to it's surroundings.

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    I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it any more!

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    Joining a typology forum is always a good sign you might be mad. Or at best semi-normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyromaniac View Post
    I think I'd notice myself going mad when I start wearing tin foil on my head and spend my time peaking through the corners of my windows. Somebodies watching me...
    Sounds like me when I'm getting highlights

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    My sister did an A level in psychology (way back), i seem to remember her telling me that on average each person had seven (i think it was seven) traits of madness, but it was termed differently. It was a while ago!
    I don't believe in the "norm" there are very few people who fit into that stereotype, hence it not being very normal.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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