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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    This I gotta see.
    I am astounded by the sheer ugliness of it - and how this ugliness is lapped up on this site.

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    The simple facts of life are that spontaneity, freedom and beauty can only be beaten by spontaneity, freedom and beauty. Authoritarianism doesn't stand a chance.

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    I wonder is it a sign of narcissism if you think everyone else is hypnotised/deluded/brainwashed or just paranoia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I am astounded by the sheer ugliness of it - and how this ugliness is lapped up on this site.
    Beat being spontaneous with you is ugly? I was rather looking forward to it, as I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I wonder is it a sign of narcissism if you think everyone else is hypnotised/deluded/brainwashed or just paranoia?
    "You're insane, John!"
    "Wrong! I'm perfectly sane. Everyone else, however, is insane and trying to steal my magic bag."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I wonder is it a sign of narcissism if you think everyone else is hypnotised/deluded/brainwashed or just paranoia?
    Let's not be exclusive with our possibilites here, eh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    Let's not be exclusive with our possibilites here, eh...
    Yeah, actually from a psychiatric standpoint I don't think narcissism has anything at all to do with thinking others are deluded or brainwashed.

    Could be paranoid Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Yeah, actually from a psychiatric standpoint I don't think narcissism has anything at all to do with thinking others are deluded or brainwashed.
    Haven't you heard of comorbidity?

    Could be paranoid Ni.
    That's what I tend to think; hard to be sure though.
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    Victor probably laughs at his posts more than we do. I think his aim is to be ridiculous and facetious.

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