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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    BTK killer was a serial killer in the US... Bind Torture Kill... And the dude was a deacon in his church.

    BLT killer sounds like he's related to the Cookie Monster....
    That guy sounds like scum. But let's not diss Cookie Monster. Or especially Count. Don't mess with Sesame St.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    I'm not sure, really. On one website they compare the Trinity killer to the Zodiac killer and to BTK though. Oh, another thing about BTK is he actually sent letters to the police describing the killings...
    Yeah, I read about him in the 80's and found the crimes intriguing. They really had no idea who he was. Dennis Rader, the man, ended up being far less intelligent and far more banal than what the detectives had expected based on the crimes. Even when not committing murders, he was a petty man and harrassed the locals of Wichita in his role as a Compliance officer for the city. If he hadn't started writing to the police, to make himself feel more important again, he would have never been caught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Ironically, as a semi-tangent, my ESFP kid is pissing everyone in the family off lately because he won't stop with the "... your mom" jokes. Everything someone says, he adds some twist with "[whatever] your mom" on the end... sometimes with risque results.

    My INTP kid and I think they're somewhat funny at certain times due to the inappropriateness factor, but at other times they just come off as banal. Anyway, kudos to those wacky Te-Ni ESFPs.
    I've been annoying my friends for YEARS with lame your mom and that's what she said jokes. I know they're lame but...so freaking irresistible.

    I hereby claim your mom jokes in the name of Se. *




    *sarcasm, in case anyone was unclear
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yeah, I read about him in the 80's and found the crimes intriguing. They really had no idea who he was. Dennis Rader, the man, ended up being far less intelligent and far more banal than what the detectives had expected based on the crimes. Even when not committing murders, he was a petty man and harrassed the locals of Wichita in his role as a Compliance officer for the city. If he hadn't started writing to the police, to make himself feel more important again, he would have never been caught.
    Yep... Clearly the Zodiac killer had the better approach to his "fame."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I've been annoying my friends for YEARS with lame your mom and that's what she said jokes. I know they're lame but...so freaking irresistible.

    I hereby claim your mom jokes in the name of Se. *
    Damn you! Damn you and all of your Se wiles that my Ne cannot possibly compete with! That sucks!! (...your mother)


    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    Yep... Clearly the Zodiac killer had the better approach to his "fame."
    Yeah. I think he died.

    (Damn him! Damn him and all his Se wiles that the police's Ne could not possibly compete with!)
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    I knew that there were a lot of INTJ's on this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I knew that there were a lot of INTJ's on this site.
    Yes, we're overdue for our next genocide errr....typicide?
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Yes, we're overdue for our next genocideerrr....typicide?
    Wait are you INTJ or ISTP? Your profile says ISTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Wait are you INTJ or ISTP? Your profile says ISTP.
    That was just a general "we". I wouldn't be advocating typicide gentle pruning of my own type, would I?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    That was just a general "we". I wouldn't be advocating typicide gentle pruning of my own type, would I?
    Good point.

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