Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Aug 4, 2010 | Posted by: Topix | Full story: www.cnn.com

A federal judge in California has knocked down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, ruling Wednesday that the state's controversial Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution.

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Randy -Rock- Hudson

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<quoted text>Can you believe this guy? What a maroon. It cracks me up when these uneducated types believe that whatever they write is correct and logical just because they wrote it. They don't realize how silly they look. But, hey.... they will be joining the other bigots in the dustbin of history very soon.
Referring to yourself in the third person is a symptom. The tendency to refer to oneself in the third person is often viewed by psychologists as a symptom of narcissism. In order to learn how to effectively refer to yourself in the third person, it is often desirable to understand the narcissist mentality, and develop an ability to "role-play" as an actual narcissist. Needless to say, the comedic potential of having this ability cannot be overestimated, but there is also danger, in that you may inadvertently develop strong narcissistic tendencies in yourself without realizing it.
Children who fail to grow out of the "monarchic" phase of intellectual development and into the "dualistic" phase may become narcissistic throughout their lives. They may effectively intellectualize and rationalize their behavior, but their inability to view situations from perspectives other than their own causes them to also become abusive or coldly detached when challenged, and to react with rage and indignance when denied or thwarted in some way.
Paradoxically, the tendency of narcissists to refer to themselves in the third person stems from precisely this inability. When asked to explain their ill-conceived actions or describe their negative emotions, narcissists usually refuse to take responsibility for them. Instead, they blame others, often by composing narratives featuring a suspiciously-autobiographical "fictitious" character who understands everything, is a world-renowned expert in whatever subject is germane to the issue at hand, and whose authority is therefore unquestioned. This is also why narcissists may be inextricably drawn to the act of making up quotes.
According to Dr. Sigmundheimer F. Rhoid, author of Narcissism: Why I'm Right and You're Just Really Gay, "Narcissism can be a very useful tool for quote fabrication. In fact, I happen to personally know a world-famous behavioral theorist who's studied the made-up quoting phenomenon for many years, and he says precisely the same thing."
In general, this kind of activity should be strenuously avoided by anyone wishing to maintain their personal sanity. I might have told you this sooner, but it was already too late.
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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Not a very bright clever person are you? Out to attack everybody then? So you are now attacking everybody belonging to the bipolar disorder group? I suppose you aren't attacking me though, but instead Frankie, as he seems to have bipolar disorder judging by his over reactive hyper excited manners.
Just attacking the idiots, my scorn is equal opportunity. Never did attack Mike, just you, Chongo, and JodieDoDo, for idiocy.
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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Pizzo, You are not playing the game right. You are to reply to the comments of others, not your own. You are playing with yourself again you loser. I guess you are not ready step out into the world. You should return back to your mommys tit. lol
I think that your mommas tit was a better place for him, you should have more respect for your father, don't call him "Pizzo", you should address him as "Father".
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Don't just sit there open up the site:

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/720964/san-...
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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sheesh void of hate wrote:
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I bet he would love the two of you to spit roast him.
If LittleBrain was on fire, and I had to piss, I'd go find a rock to hose down...

“Busting Kimare's”

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It is a perfect anal argument.
Smile.
We do enjoy talking about anal sex, Kimare and I.
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First we will need shipping crates and what not.
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Sheesh, you idiot, if marriages in prison were forced, they would have to marry men usually with men because most men in prisons are males, stupid.
Most men in prisons are males. You are almost too fu@king stupid to respond to.
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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Shush child!
STFU, Damian.
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Randy -Rock- Hudson wrote:
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Referring to yourself in the third person is a symptom. The tendency to refer to oneself in the third person is often viewed by psychologists as a symptom of narcissism. In order to learn how to effectively refer to yourself in the third person, it is often desirable to understand the narcissist mentality, and develop an ability to "role-play" as an actual narcissist. Needless to say, the comedic potential of having this ability cannot be overestimated, but there is also danger, in that you may inadvertently develop strong narcissistic tendencies in yourself without realizing it.
Children who fail to grow out of the "monarchic" phase of intellectual development and into the "dualistic" phase may become narcissistic throughout their lives. They may effectively intellectualize and rationalize their behavior, but their inability to view situations from perspectives other than their own causes them to also become abusive or coldly detached when challenged, and to react with rage and indignance when denied or thwarted in some way.
Paradoxically, the tendency of narcissists to refer to themselves in the third person stems from precisely this inability. When asked to explain their ill-conceived actions or describe their negative emotions, narcissists usually refuse to take responsibility for them. Instead, they blame others, often by composing narratives featuring a suspiciously-autobiographical "fictitious" character who understands everything, is a world-renowned expert in whatever subject is germane to the issue at hand, and whose authority is therefore unquestioned. This is also why narcissists may be inextricably drawn to the act of making up quotes.
According to Dr. Sigmundheimer F. Rhoid, author of Narcissism: Why I'm Right and You're Just Really Gay, "Narcissism can be a very useful tool for quote fabrication. In fact, I happen to personally know a world-famous behavioral theorist who's studied the made-up quoting phenomenon for many years, and he says precisely the same thing."
In general, this kind of activity should be strenuously avoided by anyone wishing to maintain their personal sanity. I might have told you this sooner, but it was already too late.
I diagnosed him back a long time ago when he was "Aida Lott".

Narcissistic personality disorder. NPD. He might as well wear a T shirt with 5" block letters!
Rush

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sheesh void of hate wrote:
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I did homework for 12 years in public schools, as well as a total of 8 in universities seeking a doctorate. Apart from that the only "homework" I've done in subsequent years involves learning more as information in my field advances. That and the occasional internet search to better understand some of the inner workings on a bike or two I've been restoring.
It does, however, appear my initial assessment of your IQ was rather generous. I assumed the first digit was a 9.
No just 9.
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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I diagnosed him back a long time ago when he was "Aida Lott".
Narcissistic personality disorder. NPD. He might as well wear a T shirt with 5" block letters!
Which explains it. We're always right, and he's just really gay....
Are we

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Are we talking about out of towners posters or what?

They have destroyed the iconic Buddhas of Bamiyan,
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Randy -Rock- Hudson wrote:
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Referring to yourself in the third person is a symptom. The tendency to refer to oneself in the third person is often viewed by psychologists as a symptom of narcissism. In order to learn how to effectively refer to yourself in the third person, it is often desirable to understand the narcissist mentality, and develop an ability to "role-play" as an actual narcissist. Needless to say, the comedic potential of having this ability cannot be overestimated, but there is also danger, in that you may inadvertently develop strong narcissistic tendencies in yourself without realizing it.
Children who fail to grow out of the "monarchic" phase of intellectual development and into the "dualistic" phase may become narcissistic throughout their lives. They may effectively intellectualize and rationalize their behavior, but their inability to view situations from perspectives other than their own causes them to also become abusive or coldly detached when challenged, and to react with rage and indignance when denied or thwarted in some way.
Paradoxically, the tendency of narcissists to refer to themselves in the third person stems from precisely this inability. When asked to explain their ill-conceived actions or describe their negative emotions, narcissists usually refuse to take responsibility for them. Instead, they blame others, often by composing narratives featuring a suspiciously-autobiographical "fictitious" character who understands everything, is a world-renowned expert in whatever subject is germane to the issue at hand, and whose authority is therefore unquestioned. This is also why narcissists may be inextricably drawn to the act of making up quotes.
According to Dr. Sigmundheimer F. Rhoid, author of Narcissism: Why I'm Right and You're Just Really Gay, "Narcissism can be a very useful tool for quote fabrication. In fact, I happen to personally know a world-famous behavioral theorist who's studied the made-up quoting phenomenon for many years, and he says precisely the same thing."
In general, this kind of activity should be strenuously avoided by anyone wishing to maintain their personal sanity. I might have told you this sooner, but it was already too late.
Talking to yourself again? Aren't you particularly dull....
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See for yourself, how the truely ignorant destroy the world treasures.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/02...
Randy -Rock- Hudson

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Talking to yourself again? Aren't you particularly dull....
Don't tax yourself....
Frankie Rizzo

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Hey! I'm looking for like-minded fun and exciting guys interested in exchanging nude pics. Blacks and gingers especially. Also up for nude Skype chatting.
I'm discreet and clean. Get back to me for further. I'm the real deal so don't expect to be disappointed.
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I'm interested, Frankie.
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Armstrong makes a comeback
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Randy -Rock- Hudson wrote:
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I think that your mommas tit was a better place for him, you should have more respect for your father, don't call him "Pizzo", you should address him as "Father".
STFU ... When I want to hear your shit I'll squeez your head. You are a second class homo

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