I hate the smell of "Consistent" in the morning

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Consistent

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RACIST CRASSUS wrote:
Smells like an ancient old drunk with poor hygiene wearing the same clothes for two weeks.
Weetrad,

Not many people have had the good fortune it appears you have had, being able to enjoy, "an ancient old drunk with poor hygiene wearing the same clothes for two weeks".

Out here in the Pine Barrens, we do not have neighbors as close as you do, because we do not live in Concrete Apartment Bunkers with easy access to the Government Trough that supports you and yours.

By the way what is the opposite of "an ancient old drunk"?

"an YOUNG old drunk"?

"an ancient YOUNG drunk"?

Please explain for us, Illiterate!
RACIST CRASSUS

Minneapolis, MN

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May 23, 2013
 
GRANDIOSITY AND ADDICTION

Self-Esteem and Recovery from Addiction

Self-esteem refers to the way that people evaluate themselves in regards to self-worth. It is often the case that addicts will have low self-esteem.

This means that they may not have much belief in their own ability to escape addiction; they may also be convinced that they are not worthy of a better life. As well as suffering from incredibly low self-esteem the addict can also experience periods of grandiosity; this is where they act as if they are better than every else. Both grandiosity and low self esteem can be obstacles in the path away from addiction.

Grandiosity Defined

Those individuals exhibiting grandiosity will have an unrealistic sense of their own importance. This person will appear pompous and pretentious to other people. They will have feelings of superiority and may even believe that nothing bad can happen to them. In severe cases this grandiosity can be mixed with religious overtones ; for instance, the individual may believe that they are on a special mission from God. If people have lost touch with reality so much that they are fully convinced of their specialness then this is usually referred to as delusions of grandeur or grandiose delusions.

Symptoms of Grandiosity

The symptoms of grandiosity can include:

Feelings of superiority over other people

Feeling of specialness

A feeling of invincibility

The individual who is experiencing grandiosity due to mental illness may believe that they have a special connection with God or a supernatural force.

They may believe that they have supernatural powers
There can be feelings of euphoria

The individual will believe that they can achieve anything they put their mind to. They may even believe that they can literally move mountains with their thoughts.

Grandiosity as a Symptom of Mental Illness
Grandiosity is one of the main symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder, but it can also be due to bipolar disorder. The individual with narcissistic personality disorder will:

Have grandiose fantasies

Be boastful

Have an exaggerated appraisal of their own talents and capabilities

Be completely self-absorbed

Will not feel like they need other people

They will feel invulnerable

They will have a low opinion of other people

Grandiosity and the Addictive Personality

Addicts tend to share certain characteristics that are referred to as the addictive personality. It is suggested that it is these personality traits that make the individual more susceptible to falling into addiction. One of the characteristics that addicts tend to exhibit is grandiosity. Most of those who abuse alcohol or drugs will have low self-esteem a great deal of the time, but they can use grandiosity as a defense mechanism to hide their feelings of vulnerability and low self-worth.

The addict is somehow able to manage to have low self-esteem yet still believe they are better than other people – this can be described as lying in the gutter but still looking down on everyone else.
redeemer

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Excellent Post RC cloober that clown! great beatdown bravo,cut him one more on his upper right eyebrow.
Consistent

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RACIST CRASSUS wrote:
GRANDIOSITY AND ADDICTION
Self-Esteem and Recovery from Addiction
Self-esteem refers to the way that people evaluate themselves in regards to self-worth. It is often the case that addicts will have low self-esteem.
This means that they may not have much belief in their own ability to escape addiction; they may also be convinced that they are not worthy of a better life. As well as suffering from incredibly low self-esteem the addict can also experience periods of grandiosity; this is where they act as if they are better than every else. Both grandiosity and low self esteem can be obstacles in the path away from addiction.
Grandiosity Defined
Those individuals exhibiting grandiosity will have an unrealistic sense of their own importance. This person will appear pompous and pretentious to other people. They will have feelings of superiority and may even believe that nothing bad can happen to them. In severe cases this grandiosity can be mixed with religious overtones ; for instance, the individual may believe that they are on a special mission from God. If people have lost touch with reality so much that they are fully convinced of their specialness then this is usually referred to as delusions of grandeur or grandiose delusions.
Symptoms of Grandiosity
The symptoms of grandiosity can include:
Feelings of superiority over other people
Feeling of specialness
A feeling of invincibility
The individual who is experiencing grandiosity due to mental illness may believe that they have a special connection with God or a supernatural force.
They may believe that they have supernatural powers
There can be feelings of euphoria
The individual will believe that they can achieve anything they put their mind to. They may even believe that they can literally move mountains with their thoughts.
Grandiosity as a Symptom of Mental Illness
Grandiosity is one of the main symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder, but it can also be due to bipolar disorder. The individual with narcissistic personality disorder will:
Have grandiose fantasies
Be boastful
Have an exaggerated appraisal of their own talents and capabilities
Be completely self-absorbed
Will not feel like they need other people
They will feel invulnerable
They will have a low opinion of other people
Grandiosity and the Addictive Personality
Addicts tend to share certain characteristics that are referred to as the addictive personality. It is suggested that it is these personality traits that make the individual more susceptible to falling into addiction. One of the characteristics that addicts tend to exhibit is grandiosity. Most of those who abuse alcohol or drugs will have low self-esteem a great deal of the time, but they can use grandiosity as a defense mechanism to hide their feelings of vulnerability and low self-worth.
The addict is somehow able to manage to have low self-esteem yet still believe they are better than other people – this can be described as lying in the gutter but still looking down on everyone else.
Rocket Scientist,

THANK YOU!

I was getting sorta tired of being the only poster here to point out the Mental Health Issues of you and Slewblomkin.

Do you want some of my Material about you two?
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

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May 23, 2013
 
Some Material is impotent.... LMAOROTFU~!!!

Say hello to the "family", time to visit, right ???
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

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May 23, 2013
 
Con has a nephew who died in the military.... at various times. IT'S still using up their GI benefits....

Too bad, you don't have more moron "family" to put to rest !!!

There's a party goin' on right here
A celebration to last throughout the years
So bring your good times and your laughter too
We gonna celebrate your party with you
Come on now, celebration
Let's all celebrate and have a good time
Celebration We gonna celebrate and have a good time

Pretty funny, since con was "celebrating" at the time.... LMAOROFU~!!

As for "defective", If needing food stamps and being drunk for 2 years is "normal" you can have it... SUCKS TO BE y-o-u, humper !
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

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May 23, 2013
 
Consistent wrote:
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Weetrad,
Not many people have had the good fortune it appears you have had, being able to enjoy, "an ancient old drunk with poor hygiene wearing the same clothes for two weeks".
Out here in the Pine Barrens, we do not have neighbors as close as you do, because we do not live in Concrete Apartment Bunkers with easy access to the Government Trough that supports you and yours.
By the way what is the opposite of "an ancient old drunk"?
"an YOUNG old drunk"?
"an ancient YOUNG drunk"?
Please explain for us, Illiterate!
Did you finally take a shower today? or did you cheat again and just wiped yourself down? hmmm stinky?

Do your Bunker have a machinegun nest inside you need one racist and fool? what ordance or you stacking,M-60's rapid firing machine gun Lt.wgt what about M-50's weight 48.lbs. 70 with tripod or what about a M-5"puff the magic dragon" the Liduidator,do you have an army of Gremins,or the walking dead Zombies,bring them on Sodom.
can you spread like me.

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