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PaulRevere08

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I have a new name for tRumpists: Cluster Bees

Cluster B Personality Disorder:

Cluster B – Erratic, Dramatic

People with these types of personality disorders display unpredictable behaviors and react dramatically to seemingly mundane events. They tend to be impulsive and erratic. The four types of Cluster B personality disorders are:

Antisocial Personality Disorder: People with this disorder have little to no regard for the needs and emotions of others. They may also not think much about the safety of themselves or others. Because of this, people with antisocial personality disorder often lie, cheat, steal, and con others in order to get their ways. Furthermore, their impulsive behaviors often violate the rights of others and can even turn aggressive. Even when they commit violent acts against others, people with antisocial personality disorder do not feel remorse. When laypeople refer to sociopaths, they often mean people with this disorder.

Borderline Personality Disorder: People with this Cluster B personality disorder have fragile egos and believe that the people they love will abandon them. This combination can lead to unstable relationships, both with romantic partners and others. When they sense any slight or downturn in a relationship, the person with borderline personality disorder may act out with threats of self-harm, anger outbursts, and paranoia. They may also resort to risky behaviors from their impulsivity.

Histrionic Personality Disorder: This disorder is marked by a constant need for attention. People with histrionic personality disorder will resort to things like dramatic outbursts and sexual promiscuity to get the attention they need. They often speak in hyperbole and experience quick, dramatic shifts in their emotions. People with this disorder may think their relationships are deeper than the other person believes.

Narcissistic Personality Disorder: People with this Cluster B personality disorder believe their needs and feelings are more important than others’. They may fantasize about power, lie about their accomplishments, and expect lots of praise from others. People around them often call people with this disorder arrogant.[link:_.webp|
Posted by PaulRevere08 | Tue Dec 1, 2020, 10:34 AM (3 replies)

Why does the MSM continue to use the term "no evidence of wide-spread voter fraud"?

FFS, there is ZERO evidence of voter fraud anywhere except for the occasional honest mistake or GOP knucklehead.

A big blue wave is starting here on the east coast

And going to flow west as we reclaim our country.

https://images.app.goo.gl/VRuBj31kpQzSgwGG6
Posted by PaulRevere08 | Tue Nov 3, 2020, 09:45 AM (1 replies)

I so want to see Biden's version of this

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Posted by PaulRevere08 | Mon Nov 2, 2020, 11:50 AM (0 replies)

A good Salon article on tRump's psychotic debate performance last night.

What "civil" debate? The one I watched revealed Donald Trump as a cold-blooded psychopath
A calmer tone only exposed Trump's lack of basic empathy about the pandemic, family separation or anything else.

The word on the media reviews for Thursday night's second — and blessedly last — debate of the presidential campaign is that it was civil.

"It was civil, calm, sedate, substantive (at times) and, almost, even normal," Shane Goldmacher at the New York Times writes. "It came down to muting the president," Robin Givhan of the Washington Post writes. "That's what it took to stage a reasonably civil debate between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden."

Deirdre Walsh at NPR declared the Nashville debate " a much different — and far more civil — night than the last encounter."

I don't know what debate these analysts were watching. Because the one I saw was between a normal politician, Joe Biden, and a man whose utter lack of empathy for any other human being is only matched by his baseless self-regard. The mute button only allowed Trump to speak at greater length, showcasing for all of America to see a textbook illustration of what sociopathy looks like. Afterward, I wondered if Christian Bale had been watching, and if so, if he was worried that his star turn in "American Psycho" was too understated.

https://www.salon.com/2020/10/23/there-was-nothing-civil-about-that-debate-trump-behaved-like-a-cold-blooded-psychopath/

How devious of the anti-Catholic Democrats to nominate a devout Catholic to be president.

They would make Vizzini proud.

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And I asked the internet- "What is a fly's favorite food?" The answer is:

Common house flies are attracted to decaying organic filth such as feces and rotting meat.

Yep - 36 million viewers can verify.
Posted by PaulRevere08 | Thu Oct 8, 2020, 08:39 AM (7 replies)

I was bummed the Celtics lost but this Heat fan

Has me rooting for them in the finals.

https://www.reddit.com/r/instant_regret/comments/j1dl2p/reporter_reminds_miami_heat_fan_celebrating_their/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

Listening to tRump brag about the US having the best "death rate" in the world is

so sickening. I decided to compare the US numbers to Europes. Europe is comprised of 48 countries with a landmass about the same size as the US although their population is about 2.25x that of the US. Ok, so large places, big populations, and as many different countries as we have states. You would think that with the greater population density and the challenges of trying to co-ordinate responses being much harder across 48 countries than a single one - Europes death rate would be higher.


But:

Europe 285 deaths per million
USA 594 deaths per million


Our rate is TWICE what it is in Europe (and rising). These numbers reflect 100% of the failure of tRump and his administration to take the needed steps to protect our citizens.

Perspective on Covid deaths in the US. In a little over 5 months, more than 166,000 fellow citizens

have died. That's more than all US servicemen who died in the Pacific Theater in WWII over almost 4 years.

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