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hybridlment

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Yes, Darryl Brewer looks rough. Smoking is a huge contribution to aging and I'm sure excessive alcohol would exacerbate it. We live in a kind of sad world. I'm glad I got to experience life when it was much simpler and carefree growing up. Stress and anger ages you, too.

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Thanks for the clues. I will have to keep an eye just to see (not that it would make any difference but curious nonetheless.). Well at least LaViolette is getting some support, although biased. ;)

Hybrid, do you long for those days gone by when life was simpler? Goodness knows I have done my share of things that I cringe about now.

As time goes by, the more disorders there seems to be. Sometimes I wonder if these "disorders" are more of an excuse for someone's had behaviour?

Whatever the case, I believe Arias to be guilty of premeditated murder and LaViolette to me unprofessional and not thorough in her assessment of Arias.
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I used to long for it, but I figured out that I could have it if I wanted that. And I set about simplifying my life and choosing to avoid drama, anger, hatred, prejudice, greed, materialism, sexism, racism, and everything else -ism. And now it's an excellent time to be me :)

Yes, everyone is either bi-polar, clinically depressed, addicted or has ptsd now. And yes, it's an excuse for behavior in most cases, right in line with all the excuses their parents made for them all their lives. They don't know how to cope as a result, and when they can't cope they take a drug to avoid it all.

LOL I sound like an old person. But for all their posturing and being hard, I have no doubt that I'm far stronger because I grew up when there were no excuses - just right and wrong, and that's what our parents taught us.

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Apr 8, 2013
 
No, you do not sound an old person. But it sounds like you are living a good life, attempting to do no harm for yourself or others. That is always commendable. I can only make the attempt but that is not to say the snarky in me will not show, at least some the time.

About coping, I understand denial can be used as a coping tool but then sometimes, it is used to much it becomes avoidance instead. It may be that Bill and Sandy Arias fall under that category; that they avoided instead of dealt with the problems their daughter had/has.
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Apr 8, 2013
 
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Whatever hope I had for LaViolette went out the window when she stated the only one saw with a history of lying is Alexander.
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Shocked to hear she said this, but will take you word for it.
Agree with you on this one. Statemets like this one from her, could convince the jury to discount her entire testimony.
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hybridlment wrote:
I used to long for it, but I figured out that I could have it if I wanted that. And I set about simplifying my life and choosing to avoid drama, anger, hatred, prejudice, greed, materialism, sexism, racism, and everything else -ism. And now it's an excellent time to be me :)
With much respect, Less is more. Humility is a virture.

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Arias thinking she is of Einstein's brilliance cracks me up. Maybe that is why Arias dropped out of high school. It bored her, was not challenging enough.

Her brilliance of lying not once, but twice. First, she was not in Mesa that day. Second, it was two intruders who killed Alexander but let her go.

As for killing Alexander in self defense, I believe that too is a lie. There has been no evidence or testimony to support her self defense claim. Only her words and it should come as no surprise it can rightly be doubted. Do not forget she was not in Mesa, which changed to two intruders killing Alexander.

As for defense witnesses, I find little credibility in either Samuels or LaViolette. Both were inept in arriving at their assessments or expert opinions of Arias. They sought no other live source to support their opinions.

Alexander did his share of deception, going out with other women without the woman's knowledge of the other. He also played games with Arias, teaching her his hypocritical religious beliefs that pleased him. Arias should have paid heed to her sense of feeling like toilet paper or a prostitute. She had a feeling it was not right but did not walk away. She ended up killing him instead.

I am not brilliant but I would not put a digital camera and memory card through a full cycle in a washing machine, thinking it might erase data on them.

Good new clip about Arias' neighbor in Yreka, and their interaction 48 hours after she had killed Alexander.

http://www.hlntv.com/video/2013/04/08/jodis-n...

Arias was a very troubled young woman long before she met Alexander. She then grew up to be a dangerous and murderous one. I do not feel whatever the abuse Alexander doled on her merits him being killed, especially in the way he was. The numerous stab wounds, slitting of his throat and gun shot to his head was savage.

It is not proven to me that Arias is a battered woman. I do believe she has some other type of malady that made her kill Alexander. Call her a sociopath or pathological, but I do not believe she was/is a battered woman.

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Apr 9, 2013
 
For hybrid and anyone else, I got this off the Justice for Travis page on Facebook. Really fascinating article and feeds my hunger for wanting to know more about human behaviour.(I only got to read to #4 when I had to come here to share it.)

It is late and I have a busy few days ahead but I will try to check in for information and updates if I cannot watch the proceedings.

http://blog.eyesforlies.com/2009/03/my-though...

Click on the "About" category and watch the short video clip. It goes along with what I had posted about Arias' "details" being her own downfall. Too much of it and it does not add up quite so well.

Good night and good day.
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Apr 9, 2013
 
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Arias thinking she is of Einstein's brilliance cracks me up. Maybe that is why Arias dropped out of high school. It bored her, was not challenging enough.
Her brilliance of lying not once, but twice. First, she was not in Mesa that day. Second, it was two intruders who killed Alexander but let her go.
As for killing Alexander in self defense, I believe that too is a lie. There has been no evidence or testimony to support her self defense claim. Only her words and it should come as no surprise it can rightly be doubted. Do not forget she was not in Mesa, which changed to two intruders killing Alexander.
As for defense witnesses, I find little credibility in either Samuels or LaViolette. Both were inept in arriving at their assessments or expert opinions of Arias. They sought no other live source to support their opinions.
Alexander did his share of deception, going out with other women without the woman's knowledge of the other. He also played games with Arias, teaching her his hypocritical religious beliefs that pleased him. Arias should have paid heed to her sense of feeling like toilet paper or a prostitute. She had a feeling it was not right but did not walk away. She ended up killing him instead.
I am not brilliant but I would not put a digital camera and memory card through a full cycle in a washing machine, thinking it might erase data on them.
Good new clip about Arias' neighbor in Yreka, and their interaction 48 hours after she had killed Alexander.
http://www.hlntv.com/video/2013/04/08/jodis-n...
Arias was a very troubled young woman long before she met Alexander. She then grew up to be a dangerous and murderous one. I do not feel whatever the abuse Alexander doled on her merits him being killed, especially in the way he was. The numerous stab wounds, slitting of his throat and gun shot to his head was savage.
It is not proven to me that Arias is a battered woman. I do believe she has some other type of malady that made her kill Alexander. Call her a sociopath or pathological, but I do not believe she was/is a battered woman.
Goodmorning

Pls keep in mind, that the jury does not have to buy the entire abuse scenario...just a modicum of belief will do, since reasoanble doubt in her favor
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Apr 9, 2013
 
The best closing arguement could swing it.

Nurmi should handle it, but Wilmont will probably do it.

Martinez has already made his case, nothing novel coming from him in closing.

Mistrial, hung jury.
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hybridlment wrote:
I used to long for it, but I figured out that I could have it if I wanted that. And I set about simplifying my life and choosing to avoid drama, anger, hatred, prejudice, greed, materialism, sexism, racism, and everything else -ism. And now it's an excellent time to be me :)
Yes, everyone is either bi-polar, clinically depressed, addicted or has ptsd now. And yes, it's an excuse for behavior in most cases, right in line with all the excuses their parents made for them all their lives. They don't know how to cope as a result, and when they can't cope they take a drug to avoid it all.
LOL I sound like an old person. But for all their posturing and being hard, I have no doubt that I'm far stronger because I grew up when there were no excuses - just right and wrong, and that's what our parents taught us.
I can tell you that where I live both males and females are in therapy long-term even if it is a licensed social worker instead of a psy.d or ph.D. And, yes, you are either codependent, an alcoholic, family member of an alcoholic or drug user, suffering from PTSD and/or bipolar, food issues (overeater or anorexic/bulmic), postpartum unresolved depression, major depression, etc.

Also, seems to be a rash of fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome, and unidentified aches/pains.
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Also, seems to be a rash of fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome, and unidentified aches/pains.
True, I forgot those excuses.
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Apr 15, 2013
 
RamblingRose253 wrote:
Arias thinking she is of Einstein's brilliance cracks me up. Maybe that is why Arias dropped out of high school. It bored her, was not challenging enough.
Her brilliance of lying not once, but twice. First, she was not in Mesa that day. Second, it was two intruders who killed Alexander but let her go.
As for killing Alexander in self defense, I believe that too is a lie. There has been no evidence or testimony to support her self defense claim. Only her words and it should come as no surprise it can rightly be doubted. Do not forget she was not in Mesa, which changed to two intruders killing Alexander.
As for defense witnesses, I find little credibility in either Samuels or LaViolette. Both were inept in arriving at their assessments or expert opinions of Arias. They sought no other live source to support their opinions.
Alexander did his share of deception, going out with other women without the woman's knowledge of the other. He also played games with Arias, teaching her his hypocritical religious beliefs that pleased him. Arias should have paid heed to her sense of feeling like toilet paper or a prostitute. She had a feeling it was not right but did not walk away. She ended up killing him instead.
I am not brilliant but I would not put a digital camera and memory card through a full cycle in a washing machine, thinking it might erase data on them.
Good new clip about Arias' neighbor in Yreka, and their interaction 48 hours after she had killed Alexander.
http://www.hlntv.com/video/2013/04/08/jodis-n...
Arias was a very troubled young woman long before she met Alexander. She then grew up to be a dangerous and murderous one. I do not feel whatever the abuse Alexander doled on her merits him being killed, especially in the way he was. The numerous stab wounds, slitting of his throat and gun shot to his head was savage.
It is not proven to me that Arias is a battered woman. I do believe she has some other type of malady that made her kill Alexander. Call her a sociopath or pathological, but I do not believe she was/is a battered woman.
It seems that she was trying to decapitate him. She wanted whoever found him to be traumatized for life. If she had more time, I have no doubt she would have dismembered him. If she doesn't go to death row, she needs to go to an insane asylum/straight jacket.

Samuels said perhaps he should have readministered her tests when he found out she was lying Perhaps they didn't do more testing because if she is a pathological liar, she is just going to lie her
a $$ off.

I think Violet aka the Blueberry Girl in Willy Wonka showed her hand when she said she agreed to testify to put into her retirement fund. Did she know it would be televised and she would be scrutinized and commented on? I'm sure that will all die down once she is off the stand and the next poor soul gets hammered.
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May 12, 2013
 
hybridlment wrote:
Yes, Darryl Brewer looks rough. Smoking is a huge contribution to aging and I'm sure excessive alcohol would exacerbate it. We live in a kind of sad world. I'm glad I got to experience life when it was much simpler and carefree growing up. Stress and anger ages you, too.
Living with a nut case with her, even though she claims she had her own room, would give you the shakes too.
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May 12, 2013
 
LA Guy wrote:
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Pls keep in mind, that the jury does not have to buy the entire abuse scenario...just a modicum of belief will do, since reasoanble doubt in her favor
Wrong again. Not one member of the jury bought 1 oz of her b.s. Kudos.
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Jun 2, 2013
 
I have no idea she is:

w h o r e

prostitute-like...maybe not taking cash but calling in favors from her booty call males.

parasite

uneducated

schizo acting

sociopath

narcissist

histrionic

personality disorder

She reminds me of Flora Jessop. You probably have zero idea who that is.
You are too busy buying your pretend wardrobe. You probably still wear
Members Only jackets and Velco tennis shoes. You surf the net to look up high end clothing. Did you ever look up Carlton Woods in Texas? Do you need the zip code? lmao

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