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  • 18:05
    no i haven't seen that movie it looks sad
  • 18:05
    girl on the train... was stupid but kind of oddly good
  • 18:05
    omg... noir thrillers with female leads are my shit.
  • 18:05
    all good things..
  • 18:06
    and that movie about that girl who runs away and frames her husband for a murderer
  • 18:06
    ghost something
  • 18:06
    no wait, gone girl.
  • 18:06
    i loved gone girl so much i made my bf take me to the movie theater in mexico to see it twice, and then made other people watch it and watched it another two times.
  • 18:06
    i just love that story line it's so dramatic and bloody and amazing
  • 18:07
    and the actress plays eerie so well... just love it.
  • 18:07
    and i rarely, rarely, repeat movies like that.
  • 18:07
    eden lake will make you feel more depressed than you are
  • 18:08
    female lead
  • 18:08
    but probably seen it
  • 18:10
    It's like you watch that damn movie
  • 18:11
    And nobody survives in the end
  • 18:11
    SPOILERED
  • 18:11
    Feels like you wasted 2 hours for nothing
  • 18:11
    i'm not really depressed anymore thanks to therapy and meds
  • 18:11
    but i don't like to watch depressing stuff
  • 18:13
    WTF LOL 😂
  • 18:13
    h ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vao5rn7OHPo
  • 18:13
    .__.
  • 18:29
    Net neutrality vote
  • 18:32
    Boo.
  • 18:33
    I'm sending an e-mail to our senators.
  • 18:33
    Good.
  • 18:38
    And a few more angry calls were made just now.
  • 18:38
    I called up my man Dave Brat
  • 18:40
    Lol.
  • 18:41
    In case we get a new member, kindly redirect them to my thread. Thanks
  • 18:41
    h ttps://sociopath-community.com/threads/5a32c44447f175410ea9ef44
  • 18:52
    Helloooooo inquirerrrrrrr
  • 18:53
    Ello.
  • 18:56
    Is glass considered a good insulator
  • 18:57
    Because I’m sitting in a room where one wall is glass, and it’s roasting in here despite the fact that it’s freezing outside.
  • 18:57
    It is.
  • 18:58
    Do universities in Sweden have a break in the winter time?
  • 18:58
    In America we have a break
  • 18:58
    Yes, over Christmas.
  • 18:59
    But I have exams in January, which forces me to study on the break.
  • 19:00
    Ouch. Gonna see family? I’m gonna see mine
  • 19:00
    Yes. We all live pretty close so we often meet up.
  • 19:00
    Oh nice
  • 19:01
    Tbh I don’t really like my family, but if it’s just once a year I can tolerate them :D
  • 19:01
    And we usually do Christmas at my grandparents' place.
  • 19:01
    Lol.
  • 19:02
    I like mine.
  • 19:02
    Probably good that you guys live pretty close together then, huh
  • 19:03
    It's also a reason why we all live close.
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Monsters are not born fully developed.

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    What does this mean to you ?

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    It can mean they develop over time. Or they can have different outcomes based on experience. It could also mean that it's only a matter of time before they become what they are.

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    Thank you :)

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    >Monsters are not born fully developed.

    This says to me that not everyone should have kids, in my opinion, because it is really very easy to fk them up

  • 57 posts

    Monsters don't exist yet until someone invents them! 

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    SmilesAllAround stated:

    What does this mean to you ?

    It means shut the fuck up bitch and keep sucking until I tell you to stop.

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    You must feel so powerful sitting behind that keyboard. 

     

     
     

     

  • 247 posts

    ^^^^  well said.

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    SmilesAllAround stated:

     

    You must feel so powerful sitting behind that keyboard. 

     

    Sorry Senpai, I just wanted to have your attention :3, how are you doing?

     

     
     

     

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    NATURE VS NURTURE

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    According to this article, the common denominator is bed wetting lol because of the 4 things mentioned, I tick 3 boxes... animal abuse, arson and head injuries as a child (dropped head first onto a concrete floor as a baby and running straight into a brick wall as a toddler splitting my head open). My memory is completely fractured and I never knew how bad it was until I showed up back here and people were saying that we were old fwens and we used to have conversions in pm. I knew the people existed but Ive no memory of talking to them in private. 

    In my opinion, It's a fine line. I've left 2 people in comas that could very easily have died but they didn't and I'm not a murderer. I'm not just saying this all to sound edgy on a sociopath forum, it's just good to get it off your chest once in a while. 

     

     

    Serial Killer / Murderers and Their Head Injuries as a Child

    https://www.murdermiletours.com/blog/serial-killers-murderers-and-their-head-injuries-as-a-child

    "Anytime an infamous serial killer's childhood is mentioned, there are always four topics of conversation which are mentioned as "possible" clues to their terrifying future as a murderer - bed-wetting, animal abuse, arson and - of course - sustaining a serious head injury at an early age. Obviously, these aren't the only factors which create a serial killer, the most important one being abuse by a parent (whether physical, sexual, emotional, or often all three), but in this blog we'll just focus on serial killers who sustained a serious head injury whether by accident or by beatings from an abusive parents during their formative years, and whether their head injury caused a change in their personality, an isolation, or a lack of empathy with other people. That said, I'm not trying to justify their killings by suggesting it was entirely the fault of any brain injury.  

    As always, this is not a comprehensive and complete list, there I will be updating it as and when information comes to light, but if you feel there are any cases that need to be added, please feel free to comment below, or tweet me @mmiletours. Enjoy reading. Mx


    Glen Edward Rogers "The Cross Country Killer"– As a toddler, aged 1-2 years old, Rogers would sit and rock back and forth, continually banging his forehead against hard surfaces (such as walls, doors, floors) and yet never once cried, as it he had no emotions or feeling. 

    Richard Ramirez "The Night Stalker" – Aged two, Ramirez sustained a significant injury to his head when a dresser fell on top of him, causing a laceration which required 30 stitches, and aged five years old, he was knocked out by a swing in the park, this head injury caused him to suffer from epileptic seizures which remained until he was a teenager. 

    John Wayne Gacy "The Killer Clown" - Aged six, Gacy as beaten unconscious by his father wielding a broomstick, and aged eleven, he was struck in the head with a swing, which (although not diagnosed until he was sixteen) it resulted in his suffering from black-outs, which were exacerbated by his congenital heart arrhythmia.​​ Read more

    Fred West "The Gloucester Road Murders" - Aged 17, West suffered a fractured skull in a motorbike accident, which left him unconscious for seven days. Two years later, aged 19, West groped a girl on a fire escape outside the Ledbury Youth Club, she punched him and he fell two floors. Both injuries caused him to blackout and frequently suffer from violent rages. 

    David Berkowitz "Son of Sam" - In 1960, six year old David Berkowitz ran into the road outside his childhood home, was struck by a car and suffered unspecified head injuries, although it is not known if this had any lasting affects. A few months later, he ran into a wall and again suffered from head injuries. And aged 8, he was hit on the head with pipe and received a four inch gash. ​

    Albert Fish "The Werewolf of Wysteria" - At the age of seven years old, Fish fell from a cherry tree, which caused severe head trauma (exact injuries unspecified) which caused him to suffer from dizzy spells and severe headaches for the rest of his life. 

    Ed Gein "The Plainfield Butcher" - Gein came from an abusive family and would later claim that his violent alcoholic father would beat him about the head “so hard my ears would ring”. Read more about Ed Gein

    Carlton Gary, aged eight years old, Gary (who suffered from ill-health owing to malnutrition) was knocked unconscious in a playground accident, although the exact details are unspecific. 

    Ian Brady "The Moors Murderer" - At the age of ten, Brady was playing with a balloon in the kitchen when he slipped on spilled water (as his adoptive mother was peeling potatoes) and broke his leg. Although there is no reference to a head injury, his leg healed and wouldn’t cause him any pain/injury, it is uncertain whether his affected his personality. Read more about Ian Brady

    Gary Heidnek - aged six years old, Heidnek fell out of a tree whilst playing, and although his injuries are unspecified, the fall resulted in his skull being "oddly shaped", for which he was mercilessly teased by the other children. 

    Charles Whitman "The Texas Tower Sniper" - Although not injured in an accident, Whitman (who murdered 17 people and injured 31 in a shooting spree), during his autopsy he was found to have a "pecan-sized" tumour inside his brain. 

    Alexander Pichushkin "The Chessboard Killer" - Although initially he was a sociable child, Pichushkin's personality changed when he fell backwards off of a swing, which struck him in the forehead as it swung back, damaging his frontal cortex which can produce poor impulse regulation and aggression. 

    Peter Sutcliffe "The Yorkshire Ripper" - Sutcliffe was born five days premature and was starved of oxygen at birth, which resulted in him being incubated for the first ten days, fighting for his life. 

    Arthur Shawcross "The Genesee River Killer" - Shawcross suffered two relatively serious head injuries during his early years; aged 16 years old he was hit in the head with a sports discus and aged 20 when he fell off a ladder, hitting his head and concussing himself.

    Henry Lee Lucas "The Highway Stalker" - Lucas claims to have received numerous head injuries between the ages of five and ten, the most significant was when aged seven, his mother hit him across the back of his head using a two-by-four block of wood. This injury resulted in a three day coma and caused significant damage to the pre-frontal lobe of his brain. 

    Dennis Rader "The BTK Killer" - In his recently released biography Confession of a Serial Killer, he stated that as an infant, his mother had accidentally dropped him on his head, he had stopped breathing and had turned blue, but she did not taken him to a hospital. 

    Interestingly, after Ted Bundy's execution, his brain was removed during the autopsy and was x-rayed, but showed no evidence of injury or abnormality. It's worth noting, there was a fascinating piece in the Washington Post which claimed that serial killers and more likely to have suffered from a head trauma as a child, or even autism. Read the articlehere. Criminologist Dr Adrian Raine scanned the brains of 40+ convicted killers and compared them to "ordinary people" and he found that serial killers have lower activity in the pre-frontal area of the brain. “This is the area that controls aggression, concentration and regulates impulse control. Psychopaths also have shrunken amygdala – the seat of the brain that controls emotion, which explains their lack of empathy, remorse or guilt when they hurt others” 

     

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