NRA would say gun good

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« For the purposed of this post and general pop-culture conversation I am claiming psychopath and sociopath are synonyms. Adam made the point this morning with hurricane force escalating our conversation into two middle-age men seeming to scream at one another – we do this repetitively and it’s harmless. Adam claims these psychological terms are not synonyms, and the difference is important. I concede his first claim is probably correct, but the second one is not. Moving on I’ll use psychopath as the one term that describes a large percent of mass murderers, and depression is the other mental state responsible for a large percentage of mass murders. Columbine helps me remember this, because the two gunmen were one of each. Son of Sam terrorized NYC and Adam’s childhood in the Seventies. He had a memorable nickname, and Sam was his dog who told him to kill. Although memorable this voice-hearing feature included in the psychology of mass murders is a small percentage of the killers. The DC gunman was reported to hear voice by people who knew him, and this gives me reason to track the case. US mass murderers are so common I cannot track all of them, but for the aforementioned reason I’ll track the investigation of Aaron Alexis’ motive. Mr. Alexis had high level clearance, so in the psycho logic of the NRA he would be a good guy, and the NRA would have considered him gun good. »» about me 201-490-9659 Erika mortified nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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