AFF Evening Edition -Psychos loose in Blogland  

AmberSolaire 42M
2630 posts
8/30/2005 6:24 pm

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AFF Evening Edition -Psychos loose in Blogland


Dear reader.Lock your doors, and bolt your windows, gather your children and read on.We here at the AdultFriendFinder Finder Tattler Have risked life and limb amongst the escapees of blogland asylum to unearth some information that could potentially save your life.

If you havent already done so please make your way immediately to the blogs of ExploreMore4Me, ExploreMore4Me ExploreMore4Me


Philosophy_N_Sex Philosophy_N_Sex Philosophy_N_Sex to read thier informative discussion on the subject of psychos and serial killers.

Here you will find that they can be crazy but considered normal.Can have lives that even their mothers dont know about.That they have above average intellect and that they could be the loony blogger you check in on every day because he/she makes you smile with their zany humour.



Are you sure you're not? How about him over there? still sure? perhaps not so.

So next time you visit talldarkavg1 at his blog [blog talldarkavg1] or AlbertPrince at AlbertPrince look again.

Maybe it is even one of the quiet one like TheQuietGuy2005 who fits in murder and cannibalism between being a TheQuietGuy2005.How do you know until it is too late and you are their next victim?

Luckily the Tattler is at hand to help.We have been monitoring the expansion of blogland, and the increasing anarchy now chief of police Nightstogether has disappeared.(see Nancy Starlights report on the great Intergalactic Trike Insurance Scam available now from AdultFriendFinder TATTLER BACK ISSUES for last official sighting)Now we at the Tattler (the voice of you the good citizens of blogland) feel that it has come to the point where we must take matters into our own hands.

With extensive undercover research from our own illustrious editor blondeneedsex

blondeneedssex(and you thought she was in jail) we have devised a test to eek out the psychos amongst us........

Before you worry psychos are vain and confident.Those that dont take the test can be eliminated and are likely to be safe.For the rest , take the test and we will report back informing you our good readers who to watch........

Its very this question, and come up with an answer:

A woman, while at the funeral of her own mother, met a guy whom she did not know. She thought this guy was amazing. She believed him to be her dream, she fell in love with him right there but did not ask for his number, and no matter how hard she tried, she could not find him. A few days later, she killed her sister.

Question: What is her motive in killing her sister?

I will be back to report on my findings.

This is AmberSolaire for the AdultFriendFinder Evening edition.Making Blogland a safer place for swinging.

freetime648 52F

8/31/2005 1:03 am

AS....gray on gray?....hurts my poor old eyes......hard to read!!!!

xx FREETIME648 xx

TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
8/31/2005 2:54 am

I couldn't possibly imagine, Amber! he said with a fiendish grin on his face ...

Of course, given that psychos generally have higher than average intelligence I could just be pretending not to know to disguise my true nature; on the other hand (yes, I have a third hand), given that psychos generally have higher than average intelligence it suggests that I'm probably not one!

Confused yet? I can carry on if required!

Of course ... the woman was hoping the man would turn up at her sister's funeral too ... seemed pretty obvious to me lol

wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
8/31/2005 3:18 am

lol read this one before

but I wont give the answer I shall allow them to ponder


AlbertPrince 57M

8/31/2005 3:21 am

If I'm so "crazy," then why did they choose me to be their spokesperson to the people of Earth?

beer_drinker000 42M

8/31/2005 4:50 am

I know this one. You won't catch me (and anyway I don't have a blog)
But I won't spoil the fun )

GleesFlakyShawl 50M
1620 posts
8/31/2005 9:04 am

i was under the impression everybody but me was a psycho at the redaction......

Barbiebunny69 43F

8/31/2005 12:13 pm

I know i know!
"but im Cute, but psycho"--happy bunny

rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
8/31/2005 12:40 pm

忽帕 still trying to read the question(s)

[blog talldarkavg1]

luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
8/31/2005 1:35 pm

I agree with most of the others that it's very difficult to read your question.

However, you do bring up a good issue covered in some detail by ExploreMore4Me and Philosophy_and_Sex.

The disclaimer: I only wish that everyone in AdultFriendFinder finds friends and partners that will help them achieve harmony and fulfillment in their social life.

Now the answer to your question [remember to chose your questions with care, you may not like the answer you receive]:

The question: ...What is her motive in killing her sister?

Now, the urban psychologists and sociologists would have you believe that the correct answer is: "She was hoping that the guy would appear at the funeral again."
Upon which they would claim that the test was devised by some famous psychologist, and then pronounce your serial-killer mentality to the world, while noting that many arrested serial killers took part in this test and answered it correctly.

When the Fact-of-the-Matter Clearly Indicates Otherwise:

This silly canard began its Internet life in May 2002. No, this question was not authored by a "famous American psychologist," nor does it come from "a genuine psychological test." Believe not everything that turns up in e-mail, especially items sorely vague about their bona fides.

Let's talk about why this isn't real. Just because someone is crazy doesn't mean he's also stupid. Psychopaths (also known as "sociopaths") possess the same problem-solving skills that the rest of us do, and some of them have been found to be remarkably brilliant (e.g., Ted Bundy). The assumption that all sociopaths approach problems with a "Whom can I kill to solve this" mentality (and that sociopaths believe everyone else thinks this way as well) is an erroneous assumption based upon a false stereotype. Most sociopaths would find this question as illogical as the rest of us and ponder a whole range of other possibilities, e.g., why didn't the girl strike up a conversation with the man at the funeral, examine the condolence book afterwards, or ask her sister about him?
Rather than just blurting out the purported "typical" response, many sociopaths would provide answers just as mainstream as those offered by us "normal" folks, e.g., one sister thought the other was involved with the mystery man and killed her sibling over an imagined romantic rivalry.

In other words, this isn't a question where all the psychopaths would go one way and everybody else would go another. As a quick and easy way to separate the sheep from the murderous goats, it wouldn't work. Besides, no one hypothetical is ever going to reveal the state of any person's mental condition; whole batteries of multi-item tests are needed for that. Entirely healthy folks can answer one isolated question in such a way as to indicate the possible presence of mental illness, just as severely ill folks can answer the same question in a healthy manner.

The appeal of this one-question pop psychology quiz lies in its implicit promise that by using it on your friends, you can locate the psychopaths lurking in your circle of acquaintance and thereby protect yourself from them. Or perhaps in the process of your answering it you'll uncover some deep, dark secret you've been keeping from yourself. We like our world simplified whenever possible, and therefore anything that appears to be an easy-to-use tool will be quickly seized upon, even if it's flawed.

Would that it were that simple. Psychopaths are intermingled with the general population and they are not that easily identified. They are best characterized as persons devoid of remorse and empathy. What sets them apart is not that these two characteristics are depressed or reduced in them, but that they are entirely missing. Psychopaths are held in check only by their fear of being caught and punished; the potential impact of their actions upon others is without relevance to them, and guilt is just a word in the dictionary to them, not something they themselves experience.

Not all psychopaths are rampaging killers, constantly on the hunt for their next victims. Many live law-abiding lives and outwardly appear quite normal. They lack a sense of right versus wrong, and they do not care about the people in their lives, not even their spouses or children; the risk to their own well-being is what keeps them, for the most part, on the straight and narrow. These are not healthy individuals to become involved with, but on the other hand, they are not necessarily mere heartbeats away from taking up the nearest hatchet and laying waste to the steno pool just because it's Tuesday.

A psychopath might think to murder her sister after their mother's death, but the motivation would more likely be one of inheritance. "Why settle for half an estate when only one person stands between me and all of it?" would be a more prevalent line of thought.
thank you Barbara, you bring light into the room of darkness


TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
8/31/2005 4:55 pm

Lucky ... That was an interesting piece that I enjoyed reading ... it pretty well summarised a train of thought my mind had been wandering along since I read the question. However, I would point out that I didn't take the original post seriously and I am fairly sure from the tone of the piece that Amber didn't mean it to be taken seriously either.

I even gave the anticipated "psychopath's answer" (yes I did, it just isn't entirely obvious!) and I know damn well that I'm not a psychopath (and I wanted to add "no matter what those shrinks said about me" but that wouldn't be serious either).

At the same time, though, I know that some sites exist on this wonderful Net of ours that do seem to suggest that this "test" has value ... the warning is well taken, sir.


8/31/2005 9:52 pm

Nice to see one of my reporter`s are doing their job in my absence. Good job darlin, don`t forget to do the dishes and make the bowl realllllllllllllllll clean {=}


sweetthang2877 39F
534 posts
8/31/2005 11:15 pm

Okay I think I've narrowed it down...the ppl who say they are psycho are really not (I mean let's face it, no psycho is going to give him or herself up that easily). It's that luckywithladeez that has me worried...he didn't catch the humor that Amber was trying to put in there like the rest did.... Look out for that one folks! What exactly has he been lucky about?? Not getting caught???

Lucky, I was only joking about that! Please forgive me?


*running back to my hidey-hole*

rockwriter58 56M
1389 posts
9/3/2005 8:48 am

Glad to see this has The Editor's approval.

For all of The Tattler's back issues (both daytime and evening edition), check here: The TATTLER: Backyard Fence & Crossroads.

Don't mind me. Just puttering about doing my job as Marketing Manager.


AmberSolaire 42M

9/18/2005 12:16 pm

Thank you Rockwriter.May I congratulate you on your appointment and sterling work.I was intending to link to you, but you have saved me the trouble.

It seems that the answer has been swept away in the I guess we will never know...........or will we?

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