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    Question TypoC Psychopaths

    Have you been targeted by a psychopath on this forum (or elsewhere online)?

    Please share your experiences.

    Here, or else PM me.

    Ta.

    (If you're not sure what a psychopath is, please refer to this thread.)
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    We wouldn't know a psychopath if we meet one in RL let alone online. They are social chameleons. the nicest person we meet in RL could be the most dangerous psychopath. But eventually he/she would get caught. But online??? Oh almost never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    But online??? Oh almost never.
    So how come that is the only place I've encountered the psychos?
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    Being an Antisocial psychopath would be pretty dang freaking amazing!

    There would be no limits, as the law would mean nothing.

    Only losers follow the law just because society says you should.

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    ^^^Yeah, I think I'm reporting RaptorWizard.

    Oh wait, I was supposed to PM that???? gosh, sorry.
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    Too many psychos to list.

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    Don't look at me. *whistles innocently* (No, seriously)

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    I think it’s pretty clear that many people who are otherwise pleasant and courteous in their interactions with others exhibit a callousness and psychopathic behavior when interacting with people via the internet. If psychopathy exists on a spectrum, perhaps these folks would fall somewhere in the borderlands between normalcy and psychopathy. Those who happen to extend the same degree of courtesy to people on the net that they do to people in person might have some added ability to sympathize with the “hypothetical” or “ethereal” person.

    I find myself unable to eat at a vacant or failing restaurant without feeling terrible for the owner, or pass a homeless person on the street without wondering how he ended up in such a bad place. In effect, I imagine a backstory and create a person with which to sympathize. Similarly, I have a very hard time not being considerate of people online (when I’m in the proper mindset), because I tend to fill in the information gaps to make them a whole person in my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    I think it’s pretty clear that many people who are otherwise pleasant and courteous in their interactions with others exhibit a callousness and psychopathic behavior when interacting with people via the internet. If psychopathy exists on a spectrum, perhaps these folks would fall somewhere in the borderlands between normalcy and psychopathy. Those who happen to extend the same degree of courtesy to people on the net that they do to people in person might have some added ability to sympathize with the “hypothetical” or “ethereal” person.

    I find myself unable to eat at a vacant or failing restaurant without feeling terrible for the owner, or pass a homeless person on the street without wondering how he ended up in such a bad place. In effect, I imagine a backstory and create a person with which to sympathize. Similarly, I have a very hard time not being considerate of people online (when I’m in the proper mindset), because I tend to fill in the information gaps to make them a whole person in my mind.
    oh you feel that way too? the feeling is even worse when i go to family restaurants and the parents are aging and kids are trying to keep things together :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post
    oh you feel that way too? the feeling is even worse when i go to family restaurants and the parents are aging and kids are trying to keep things together :P
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