theanimal wrote:What are people's thoughts here with regards to the electoral college vote tomorrow? .
Most likely Trump will win the EC exactly as designed, prompting grieving Dems to finally move past the bargaining stage.
I think BPD is bullshit. Maybe better put you can diagnose way too many people as suffering from this.
But, most splitters develop coping mechanisms. They become addicted to various "supplies" which prevent them from feeling flawed.
Histrionic supply is attention. If people are paying attention to them, they must be worth something, not bad, or flawed.
Narcissistic supply is admiration, or a feeling of superiority. Obviously, a superior person is not flawed.
Psychopathic supply is control, or making others do things they don't want to, or make others feel an emotion they would rather not.
I don't believe this. I think that normal human reactions get developed into these psychological issues when it's normal.
Basically I think you can't label it if it's normal.
black_son_of_gray wrote:Ego wrote:Both the DNC and the RNC got hacked. Only the DNC data was released. For some strange reason they withheld the RNC data.
I was thinking about that yesterday. Here's my thought: If 1) I had dirt on both DNC and RNC, and 2) wanted to influence control, I would first leak one side to tip the election... I would still have my dirt on the winner, who takes over. Then once the winner assumes office, I blackmail them with the remainder of the dirt.
Two step process, doesn't really matter which way you go with it, although choosing to blackmail the politically naive one would be easier.
Spartan_Warrior wrote:Great time to be in the billionaire golden shower erotica business. Finally Trump is boosting some markets I can actually use.
Dragline wrote:Spartan_Warrior wrote:Great time to be in the billionaire golden shower erotica business. Finally Trump is boosting some markets I can actually use.
Sounds like "Stick it Out" and "Syborg" from Frank Zappa's "Joe's Garage". "The golden shower has shorted out his master circuits . . ."
Qui gladio ferit, gladio perit.
Here you go. The system seems to be working in her case.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ ... li=BBnb7Kz
The working, middle class has voted for change since 2008 and against Clinton (aka the establishment) consistently. They voted in 2008 for Obama against Clinton, in the 2016 primary for Sanders, and in 2016 they voted against the Republican establishment for Trump. They were very consistent that Clinton represents the system that screwed them in the first place and they do not believe she will radically change the system.