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post #1021 of 1616 Old 08-11-2010, 03:46 PM
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Oh yikes, Gacy, no kidding, I have a weird serial killer fascination. Having majored in criminal psych in college I guess it's a given but still, Gacy was *shudders*


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Oh yikes, Gacy, no kidding, I have a weird serial killer fascination.
So do I, and I didn't major in criminal psych. I'm fascinated by sociopathy and its myriad ways of showing itself in the human animal.

A weird thing to be interested in for sure, especially since I have no desire to pursue criminal justice as a career.

If I were younger I'd love to go back to school for forensic pathology, though.

Yeah, I'm a little strange!
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So do I, and I didn't major in criminal psych. I'm fascinated by sociopathy and its myriad ways of showing itself in the human animal.

A weird thing to be interested in for sure, especially since I have no desire to pursue criminal justice as a career.

If I were younger I'd love to go back to school for forensic pathology, though.

Yeah, I'm a little strange!
Well see that was my problem!! I found it fascinating, studied it in school, then was like, wow, do I actually want to do this with my life?? Hell no. No wonder I decided to work with animals instead....humans are scary!!


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Yes, yes they are. And will travel very long ways to kill, rape, maim or otherwise harm their fellow humans.

Remember that crazy astronaut woman who drove 15 hours to off someone? Wore diapers so she wouldn't have to stop! Tell me THAT ain't evil!
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I think clowns freak me out because they paint on a friendly face when you know for a fact that they are just normal people. Who does that?!

I am pretty facinated with human behavior. Its always been a thing of mine. Why people do the things they do. I like the reasoning behind peoples actions.

Ohhh and welcome back Indy...where you been!?! I've had draft questions!
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Indy had house guests, so was required to stay off the BB and play hostess.
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Boooo House Guests. LOL

As soon as I started riding my friends Perch I thought "Ill ask Indy...she will know why Rosie does...."
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I, too, don't like clowns & do spend lots of time reading about sociopaths. Ann Rule true crime books are great!

How about balloons? Somewhere along the way, I developed a dislike for them, although as a child I enjoyed batting them about. Whenever I see them tied to a mailbox, signalling a birthday party, I get very uncomfortable.
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Speed, yeah the computer got very little action this week. Me on the other hand.... oops did I say that outloud....

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Boooo House Guests. LOL

As soon as I started riding my friends Perch I thought "Ill ask Indy...she will know why Rosie does...."
No, trust me, yay house guest. Very, very big yay.

Haha I'm no drafty expert, but I'd be happy to take a stab at your Q's hon, ask away! Unless you got them answered already, of course :)


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OHhhhh.....*THAT* kind of house guest. I wish mine was just a guest some time. The suspense would be fun!

Ok...heres a quick one. Are they supposed to be 'wonky' at the trot?
Where the heck do you buy cheap draft tack?
Whats a good bit to start on?
She is 16.3 Premarin that is mostly Perch. What should she weigh?


That should get me started...LOL sorry to bother you in your afterglow!
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