“"Where the weak are....”

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#480397 Jan 11, 2013
southerngirl wrote:
<quoted text>
Meet ramblernutdayzkrissydiaxtard.
http://www.girlwithnoname.com/images/Fat-Guy-...
OMG! Please poke my eyes out! Holy shit, LMAO

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#480398 Jan 11, 2013
rosemary30a wrote:
I'm still here. I read back a little and it's nice to see some familiar names of Caylee defenders. At the same time it's troubling that Scrambled and Dayzy are still here spewing craziness and libel.
Over time they've become the entertainment. Some of their stuff is so batshit crazy you can't help but LOL :)
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#480399 Jan 11, 2013
Without Conscience by Robert D. Hare

<snip>

Here’s a quote from Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s Political Ponerology:

In the psychopath, a dream emerges like some Utopia of a “happy” world and a social system which does not reject them or force them to submit to laws and customs whose meaning is incomprehensible to them. They dream of a world in which their simple and radical way of experiencing and perceiving reality would dominate; where they would, of course, be assured safety and prosperity. In this Utopian dream, they imagine that those “others”, different, but also more technically skillful than they are, should be put to work to achieve this goal for the psychopaths and others of their kin.“We”, they say,“after all, will create a new government, one of justice”. They are prepared to fight and to suffer for the sake of such a brave new world, and also, of course, to inflict suffering upon others. Such a vision justifies killing people, whose suffering does not move them to compassion because “they” are not quite conspecific. They do not realize that they will consequently meet with opposition which can last for generations.[2]

http://www.earthemperor.com/2010/10/10/withou...

******
Sounds like HallelujahLand at the end of an manmade Apolalypse..
felon murderer casey

Saint John, IN

#480400 Jan 11, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>Where is DianeAx when I need her to call attention to deflection?
I see you're not answering the question about AN. ASHAMED would be my guess.
Wow...sad thing about that...the peeps on this thread...as much as they disagree with your opinion, would step up for you if you had a crisis.
Funny, you're here a lot...something about the peeps keeps you coming back, what could that be?
an audience to her psycho-babble is what keeps her here
southerngirl

Newark, OH

#480401 Jan 11, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>Over time they've become the entertainment. Some of their stuff is so batshit crazy you can't help but LOL :)
Take cover, she's posting random c/p's again!!!

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#480402 Jan 11, 2013
Rambler wrote:
Without Conscience by Robert D. Hare
<snip>
Here’s a quote from Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s Political Ponerology:
In the psychopath, a dream emerges like some Utopia of a “happy” world and a social system which does not reject them or force them to submit to laws and customs whose meaning is incomprehensible to them. They dream of a world in which their simple and radical way of experiencing and perceiving reality would dominate; where they would, of course, be assured safety and prosperity. In this Utopian dream, they imagine that those “others”, different, but also more technically skillful than they are, should be put to work to achieve this goal for the psychopaths and others of their kin.“We”, they say,“after all, will create a new government, one of justice”. They are prepared to fight and to suffer for the sake of such a brave new world, and also, of course, to inflict suffering upon others. Such a vision justifies killing people, whose suffering does not move them to compassion because “they” are not quite conspecific. They do not realize that they will consequently meet with opposition which can last for generations.[2]
http://www.earthemperor.com/2010/10/10/withou...
******
Sounds like HallelujahLand at the end of an manmade Apolalypse..
You make the call.., we're here for ya.

http://www.na.org/
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#480403 Jan 11, 2013
southerngirl wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? Out of ALL the horrible posts this might be the ONE?
Yes, I suppose that means another dozen pins stuck into that voodoo doll.

Ouch!

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Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#480404 Jan 11, 2013
southerngirl wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? Out of ALL the horrible posts this might be the ONE?
I've seen many posts that could have been the ONE, and from other people's comments there were ONE posts long before I started posting. I honestly do not understand why civil or criminal charges haven't been brought against the two of them yet.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#480405 Jan 11, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>Over time they've become the entertainment. Some of their stuff is so batshit crazy you can't help but LOL :)
Make no mistake - I am NOT Reverend Richard Grund!

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#480406 Jan 11, 2013
felon murderer casey wrote:
<quoted text>
an audience to her psycho-babble is what keeps her here
For sure! It kind of creeps me out that she thrives on being picked on.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#480407 Jan 11, 2013
rosemary30a wrote:
<quoted text>
I've seen many posts that could have been the ONE, and from other people's comments there were ONE posts long before I started posting. I honestly do not understand why civil or criminal charges haven't been brought against the two of them yet.
Welcome to Canada and the USA where people are not beheaded for critical opinions.

You might have noticed others (like yourself) take the same liberty in regard to Casey or Cindy Anthony.
southerngirl

Newark, OH

#480408 Jan 11, 2013
rosemary30a wrote:
<quoted text>
I've seen many posts that could have been the ONE, and from other people's comments there were ONE posts long before I started posting. I honestly do not understand why civil or criminal charges haven't been brought against the two of them yet.
I know, right! I don't get it. Talkin' all that smack about people, using FULL names, who've never been charged with anything -- nothing. WTH!

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#480409 Jan 11, 2013
southerngirl wrote:
<quoted text>
Take cover, she's posting random c/p's again!!!
Ha Ha...I'm blind from the pic still...can't read the c/p's...there really is a God!
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#480410 Jan 11, 2013
Rob Lowe:'I was shocked' at Casey Anthony verdict
By Fehmida Bholat
updated 2:16 PM EST, Fri January 11, 2013

Actor Rob Lowe says that while filming his latest movie, "Prosecuting Casey Anthony," about the young Florida mother who was put on trial for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, he became convinced that she had killed little Caylee.

In an interview with Showbiz Tonight's A.J. Hammer, Lowe, who stars as prosecutor Jeff Ashton in the Lifetime movie, says that he, along with most of the country, couldn't believe when Anthony was acquitted during her 2011 trial.

"I was shocked by the verdict," reveals Lowe, who says he had followed the news coverage religiously and couldn't believe what he was seeing.

The Golden Globe and Emmy-nominee says that playing Ashton, who was "12 for 12 in death penalty cases," and presented what he thought was overwhelming evidence of the crime, convinced him that the verdict had been a mistake: "How does that happen and how do you ever reconcile yourself?"

In July 2011, a jury acquitted Anthony of all the charges related to her child's death, but convicted her on four counts of lying to law enforcement. She was sentenced to four years. With credit for time served before and during her trial, she was released from jail on July 17, 2011.

When asked about what he learned while shooting the movie, Lowe, who also spent a considerable amount of time with Ashton himself, says he realized how out of control the trial had gotten: "This was a circus, and I think Jeff is a gentleman of court. He comes from an era where certain things are done and certain things are not done in court."

Lowe continued, saying that Anthony's primary defense lawyer was the exact opposite: "I think Jose Baez is the type of lawyer who just goes for it and the jury believed Jose."

He also says that the trial, the first major one in the age of Twitter and Facebook, might have been impacted by social media. "I think that had a lot to do with the outcome. I think the country communicated immediately in a way that was not being communicated in the courtroom and the two never, ever intersected."

When asked what he would like Anthony to take away from this film, Lowe says that while he's "never been able to understand her," he hopes that she takes away this lesson: "We all have consequences to our actions, although there are certain people who like to pretend otherwise. "

"There's a little girl who we must not forget who is at the heart of this, who is lost," continued Lowe. "Sometimes in Hollywood, there is not a happy ending. This is one of those times."

"Prosecuting Casey Anthony" premieres Saturday, January 19 on Lifetime.

http://www.hlntv.com/article/2013/01/11/rob-l...

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Since: Nov 11

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#480411 Jan 11, 2013
felon murderer casey wrote:
<quoted text>
an audience to her psycho-babble is what keeps her here
The two of them seem like people who are very close to some kind of psychotic breakdown. If I were the victim of their online craziness I would want to put a stop to them (legally) in such a way that they wouldn't be able to come after me in real life.

I'm sleepier than I thought so I'm out for the night. Maybe I'll be able to get back here once in a while now that life is a little calmer.

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#480412 Jan 11, 2013
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
Make no mistake - I am NOT Reverend Richard Grund!
I never mistook you for the Rev...even he has more scruples than you do.

You should just fess up to the An thing, trust me, you'll feel better in the end :)
felon murderer casey

Saint John, IN

#480413 Jan 11, 2013
southerngirl wrote:
<quoted text>
I get why some people feel that way...I'm different though.
I'd be the one making sure she paid for her crimes -- I'd be ALL up in her face with it. Not saying it wouldn't hurt like hell.....
so would I
krissy

Tacoma, WA

#480414 Jan 11, 2013
Rambler wrote:
Rob Lowe:'I was shocked' at Casey Anthony verdict
By Fehmida Bholat
updated 2:16 PM EST, Fri January 11, 2013
Actor Rob Lowe says that while filming his latest movie, "Prosecuting Casey Anthony," about the young Florida mother who was put on trial for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, he became convinced that she had killed little Caylee.
In an interview with Showbiz Tonight's A.J. Hammer, Lowe, who stars as prosecutor Jeff Ashton in the Lifetime movie, says that he, along with most of the country, couldn't believe when Anthony was acquitted during her 2011 trial.
"I was shocked by the verdict," reveals Lowe, who says he had followed the news coverage religiously and couldn't believe what he was seeing.
The Golden Globe and Emmy-nominee says that playing Ashton, who was "12 for 12 in death penalty cases," and presented what he thought was overwhelming evidence of the crime, convinced him that the verdict had been a mistake: "How does that happen and how do you ever reconcile yourself?"
In July 2011, a jury acquitted Anthony of all the charges related to her child's death, but convicted her on four counts of lying to law enforcement. She was sentenced to four years. With credit for time served before and during her trial, she was released from jail on July 17, 2011.
When asked about what he learned while shooting the movie, Lowe, who also spent a considerable amount of time with Ashton himself, says he realized how out of control the trial had gotten: "This was a circus, and I think Jeff is a gentleman of court. He comes from an era where certain things are done and certain things are not done in court."
Lowe continued, saying that Anthony's primary defense lawyer was the exact opposite: "I think Jose Baez is the type of lawyer who just goes for it and the jury believed Jose."
He also says that the trial, the first major one in the age of Twitter and Facebook, might have been impacted by social media. "I think that had a lot to do with the outcome. I think the country communicated immediately in a way that was not being communicated in the courtroom and the two never, ever intersected."
When asked what he would like Anthony to take away from this film, Lowe says that while he's "never been able to understand her," he hopes that she takes away this lesson: "We all have consequences to our actions, although there are certain people who like to pretend otherwise. "
"There's a little girl who we must not forget who is at the heart of this, who is lost," continued Lowe. "Sometimes in Hollywood, there is not a happy ending. This is one of those times."
"Prosecuting Casey Anthony" premieres Saturday, January 19 on Lifetime.
http://www.hlntv.com/article/2013/01/11/rob-l...
"When asked about what he learned while shooting the movie, Lowe, who also spent a considerable amount of time with Ashton himself, says he realized how out of control the trial had gotten: "This was a circus, and I think Jeff is a gentleman of court. He comes from an era where certain things are done and certain things are not done in court."

That smirk by JA at the end of the trial was prolly one of the "Certain Things" that shouldn't have been done in court.
krissy

Tacoma, WA

#480415 Jan 11, 2013
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
Welcome to Canada and the USA where people are not beheaded for critical opinions.
You might have noticed others (like yourself) take the same liberty in regard to Casey or Cindy Anthony.
Aye, tis true.
felon murderer casey

Saint John, IN

#480416 Jan 11, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>I know...that's why I told you. It's kind of a payback for all the crap you post about that nobody cares about :)
Yes or No...did you mess with AN about her family?
give it up....ramblermouth gets very embarrassed when posters bring up all of her crazy

she wants to pretend that she never posted the sick, lunatic shit she has posted

her accusing mark nejame of murdering caylee....the birds on the wire that turn into helicopters, wishing death on several posters and their families

nuh uh...don't mention any of those...it makes ramblermouth's fat ass cheeks squeeze together

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