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    Too many silly rules and at the same time too much freedom.

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    The same reason many children want to be pirates; they sometimes crave excitement and feelings of empowerment and superiority that are otherwise unavailable to them without understanding (or choosing not to swell upon) the true costs involved. I think some people call it 'the glamour of evil', for most it never goes far beyond playing the Dark Brotherhood quest line in Skyrim or conquering the world in a Civilization game-a brief idle fantasy rather than a true desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    The same reason many children want to be pirates; they sometimes crave excitement and feelings of empowerment and superiority that are otherwise unavailable to them without understanding (or choosing not to swell upon) the true costs involved. I think some people call it 'the glamour of evil', for most it never goes far beyond playing the Dark Brotherhood quest line in Skyrim or conquering the world in a Civilization game-a brief idle fantasy rather than a true desire.
    So no one, actually wants to be a psychopath?
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    So no one, actually wants to be a psychopath?
    Very very few in actuality-its probably unhealthy (and desensitizing) to dwell too long on such fantasies, but peer-pressure and in-group-out-group socializing based on a very non-psychopathic need for emotional connections is probably more likely to trigger psychopathic behavior in most people than a violent fantasy life..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    Very very few in actuality-its probably unhealthy (and desensitizing) to dwell too long on such fantasies, but peer-pressure and in-group-out-group socializing based on a very non-psychopathic need for emotional connections is probably more likely to trigger psychopathic behavior in most people than a violent fantasy life..
    I agree emotions are icky sometimes, but they allow us to relate and I think for most people are a necessity. I like having emotions, well right now because at the moment all my emotions are extremely positive. which is awesome btw. I'll probably hate them when they become negative, because the thing is nothing stays the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    one person does not make it so, why do you know more? tell me I want to be their friend
    Telling you would be a bad idea. Do cannabalistic humanoid underground dwellers attempt to eat each other or do you have some kind of agreement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octavarium View Post
    Telling you would be a bad idea. Do cannabalistic humanoid underground dwellers attempt to eat each other or do you have some kind of agreement?
    You do realize my sig is a joke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    You do realize my sig is a joke?
    Yes, I was playing along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    seriously. what's so great about it?
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    I think it's all because how psychopaths were idealized in so many books, movies, or Tv series. They are usually portrayed as highly intelligent individuals who always get what they want. Who wouldn't like to be like that?

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