I know you are very class-conscious and think much of yourself.<quoted text>
HughBe-- I am unable to relate to the many.
Former---This sounds very elitist.
HughBe-- regardless of sounds, the reality is, it is factual.
Of these types, usually others do not share this view.
You may want to re-think your view of yourself and the world.
People may be laughing at you behind your back. In fact, I would bet money on it.
Once again you place yourself and your values above those of your god. In the last exchange you said that when looking at yourself in the mirror, you were in fact looking at your god.<quoted text>
Former--I don't believe your god would approve.
HughBe--- I approve and so my god approves.
You're displaying more delusions of grandeur.
Try and keep your ego in check.
And by contrast and implication, you are not.<quoted text>
HughBe--- disappointed in you. I'm NOT into pretense.
Former--Many Jamaicans speak this way.
HughBe--- That means that Jamaicans are straightforward people.
This is what you're saying.
Come down off your high horse.
And none of them ever say "mon"?<quoted text>
Former---Do you know any Rastafarians by chance?
HughBe--- Not by chance. I know many.
This is quite difficult to believe, mon.
The laws of science (or even the social sciences) are not suspended in your shiny presence.<quoted text>
Former--As long as you don't say altar boys/cub scouts/ etc.
HughBe--- truly a list of those who excite Frijoles and NOT me.
Former--"Psychological projection or projection bias is a psychological defense mechanism where a person subconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, usually to other people. Thus, projection involves imagining or projecting the belief that others originate those feelings."
HughBe--- In relation to me and the given context pure CS
Being gay is nothing to be ashamed of.