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Taunts, Insults or Attacks

Codewords Inside Aggressive "Tricks"

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The Way Out

 

CLINIC

PATIENT

DIAGNOSTIC

Patient refers to it as stargate-six-nine

A Schemer.1

Embarrassment.4

 

TOOLSET

INFORMAL FALLACY

 

—WORK HARDER!

—MOVE BACK!

—On schedule.

Pelican Bay Prison.

Moxie's

Disease

 

The Fallacy of Special Pleading — Applies leniency for ourselves (because we are special) and a stricter standard for everyone else.

 

NOTES TO MYSELF

PSYCHOLOGICAL AGE

CLASS

[discipline ... or hustle] - A good one and a bad one - You don't know who you're talking to until it's too late - People with particularly fiendish acts, who on first blush appear totally psychotic and disconnected from societal norms, have adhesions to a delusion, pretending they're with their mother or father, so as to avoid feeling little and weak. They believe their delusion so they can feel at home. Falling for seduction by their mother or father, and their cheap promises of security, can be disguised as religion, illusory wealth, or adhesion to an illusion. When you encounter them trying to act BIG, STRONG, paranoid and totally delusional, see they're trying to piss on you - It's an expression of urethral sadism. Whether or not they know they're doing it is an interesting question - They certainly don't know anything about consciously placing their attention somewhere else - With them, everything "happens," and what they need is to get a sense of humor about it.

The Age of Detachment, ages 16-19

Challenges

 

 
 
 
 
 

Exactly what someone said [or did]
... usually not very original.

The thoughts of a "bad child"
... to free your mind again.

TRICKS

WINGS

IDEAS

"Let's do this you punk bitch!" [A History of Violence, 2005]

—WORK HARDER!

—This is the mystery of my life ... Like Homer Simpson with a cruel streak ... Do you have any patents? ... Do you want to trade patents? ... The irresistible resistance.

"You're a fraud!"

—MOVE BACK!

—Pelican Bay Prison, but they want him to.

"I don't have a life – But at least I embrace it."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—I'm getting one with a roof.

"Go ahead, punk, make my day." (–Clint Eastwood, Sudden Impact, 1983)

—WORK HARDER!

—You're just imitating voices in the corner of the room.

"You old fraud."

—WORK HARDER!

—Put it in your book.

"Go ahead, scumbag, make my day." (–Gary Swanson, Vice Squad, 1982)

—MOVE BACK!

Pelican Bay Prison ... Don't sneeze at it ... Too old ... I never did care ... People who make a fuss about getting drugs are not the same as people who just get them.

"I was browsing around on Howstuffworks.com in the weapons section so I could scare Jay with more talk of sniper rifles, but I got sidetracked by this article on verbal self-defence. Worried now that the Quipmistress has arrived on the scene, I thought I should brush up on my ripostes and followed the links. A short time later, I was at this site. I have absolutely no idea what to make of it. Do these comebacks work? Are they as weak as they seem, or am I missing something? Submitted for your consideration: http://www.taxi1010.com Peter" [Message at bad_craziness]

—WORK HARDER!

—I write the most pungent things – Don't you know some old ladies you could trip or something?

"When I checked the site out, I was kind of shocked at how weak they were, myself. For more than a few, I was trying to figure out if that was actually the rejoinder they were recommending or what. Then I realized that it's a site for kids that recommends that they 'don't say too much' and 'give themselves time to heal.' The idea, it seems - though they don't say so in so many words - is to say SOMETHING so you don't feel like a pussy who just walked away from a confrontation, but don't say enough that the person confronting you will actually care, consider you a worthy opponent, and want to continue." [Message at bad_craziness]

Pelican Bay Prison.

—We're all insane, but everybody brings something to the table – Sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to find it – Artists are wacko – The minute you begin to show talent, people will try to take you away from your work and waste your time – I'm losing your signal! – I'll call you from the airport.

[Body press – someone crowding in on you, almost pushing you aside]

—MOVE BACK!

—And this is supposed to make me happy?

"Are you working tomorrow, dippy?"

—WORK HARDER!

—This is the price for living in paradise.

"JESUS FUCKS YOU! JESUS FUCKS YOU!"

—MOVE BACK!

—Don't you want to set a good example for your dogs?

"Fight your own battles."

—WORK HARDER!

—You're lucky you started young.

"Do you have something against wheelchairs?"

—MOVE BACK!

—I know what I did – I just made a mistake.

"DID YOU SEE THE ORANGE CONE?"

—MOVE BACK!

—It gives me anxiety to be yelled at.

"You better watch what you say to me." [From a venting police officer]

Pelican Bay Prison.

—As always.

"Are men intimidated by you?" [Interrogation of Indian actress on 60 Minutes]

—WORK HARDER!

—There's a few.

"You better get that boy a haircut, man!"

—On schedule.

—Nothing to worry about.

"You call that a haircut?"

Pelican Bay Prison.

—It makes you feel good, doesn't it?

"You have a freak flag – You just don't fly it."

—WORK HARDER!

—I'm sure I don't need it.

"Don't be a fool!"

—WORK HARDER!

—You're lucky you don't have to deal with people like that.

"My roommate snoops through my things. I found proof in his closet."

—WORK HARDER!

Let's be serious is on third.

["The population seems to have doubled."] "It's all the students."

—On schedule.

—Oh, yes! – Real depth analysis went into that.

"You need new brakes."

—On schedule.

—It's safe – The brakes work.

["Isn't Amoret's dog great?"] "Well, I think she looks like a germ."

—WORK HARDER!

—Say no more!

"The spoon works better."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—It's better than dinner.

"Maybe I shouldn't give them to you – I don't want you to come down here and stalk him."

—WORK HARDER!

—Just be nice.

"And we thought you were a hotshot programmer."

—WORK HARDER!

—It's one of those mysteries – It's one of the mysteries that will be revealed.

"You call yourself a professional?"

—WORK HARDER!

—Just try to be yourself.

"That's so professional of me, isn't it?" [Self-attacking sarcasm]

—WORK HARDER!

—At least you're not a professional self-destroyer.

"I tried to write poetry, as you can see; but I talked about money, so you're better than me."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—It's good to have a few mistakes.

"Don't you people have anything better to do?"

—On schedule.

—That includes everything!

"Nothing better to do with your time?"

—On schedule.

—Is this your idea of a social life?

"Two Wongs Don't Make a White!"

—WORK HARDER!

—When you have Egyptian principles.

"How weak is that?"

—WORK HARDER!

—What does it have to do with you?

"We have big plans for you – later!"

—On schedule.

—What can you pay me that won't give you a heart attack?

[Jabs, pokes, prods, bumps, pushes, leans, assists, hot breath on your neck, lightly touching]

—MOVE BACK!

—Yeah, yeah ... THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME!

"Shut up, skank!"

—WORK HARDER!

—That's a good thing to tell your mother ... What a terror, huh? ... It's like another person ... I'm like an oil well ... You just don't have to tell him anything.

[Someone poking you, provoking you, trying to start a fight]

—MOVE BACK!

—What do you call the major hitting guy in the army? ... Oh, the Drill Sergeant is hitting me! ... Well, how tall are you? ... You can go into wrestling as the Major Midget ... Tell yourself, Grow up!

"Mind if I grab one?"

—WORK HARDER!

—Get away!

[Someone trying to grab a free newspaper after you've opened the box]

—MOVE BACK!

—It's not for you.

"You suck!"

—WORK HARDER!

—Never boring.

"The sheep better watch out."

—MOVE BACK!

—Very fierce!

"I'll be seeing YOU later." [Ominously]

—On schedule.

—You can do whatever you want.

"Don't rock the boat."

—WORK HARDER!

—Most people with a brain don't want to.

"Nice chatting with you."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—It's many things, isn't it?

"See you later!" [Insincerely]

Pelican Bay Prison.

—Happy trails!

"See you later, alligator."

—On schedule.

—Cunning and exile.

"See you around."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—Plant you now, dig you later!

"Have a better day."

Pelican Bay Prison.

—When you're in something, you're in the middle of it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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16-AUG-2014.

 

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CODE WORDS: around, battles, better, boat, brakes, chatting, cone, [crowding], dippy, [drillmaster], embrace, [fight], flag, fool, fraud, fucks, germ, gobbledygook, grab, haircut, intimidated, later, mindlessly, [moron], [pokes], [poking], professional, programmer, [provoking], punk, rigor, scumbag, shocked, skank, snoops, stalk, students, suck, weak, wheelchairs, Wongs, worthy, wus

 

LXIX
Pyxis
"Mariner's compass"

—WORK HARDER!