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promiscuity: This is Brock Turner, the Stanford rapist's statement that made the judge think this man d a light sentence, becau sentence would have a severe impact on hinm The night of January 17th changed my life and the lives of everyone involved forever. I can never go back to being the person I was am no longer a swimmer, a student, a resident of or the product of the work that I put in to accomplish the goals thaI set out in the first nineteen years of my life. Not only have I altered my life, but I've also changed [redacted] and her fore that day. I happened on the night that these people's lives were changed forever. I would give anything to change what happened that night. I can never forgive myself for imposing trauma and pain on redacted]. It debilitates me to think that my actions have caused her emotional and physical stress that is completely unwarranted and unfair The thought of this is in my head every second of every day since this event has occurred. These ideas never leave my mind. During the day, I shake uncontrollably from the amount I torment myself by thinking about what has happened.I wish I had the ability to go back in time and never pick up a drink that night, let alone interact with [redacted].I can barely hold a conversation with someone without having my mind drift into thinking these thoughts. They torture me. I go to sleep every night n crippled by t hese thoughts to the of exhaustion. I wake up having dreamt of these horrific events that I have caused. I am completely consumed by my poor judgement and ill thought action where I haven't regretted the course of events I took on January 17th/18th. My shell and core of who I am as a person is forever broken from this. I am a changed person. At this point in my life, I never want to have a drop of alcohol again. I never want to attend a social gathering that involves alcohol or any situation where people make decisions based on the substances they have consumed. I never want to experience being ina position where it will have a negative impact on my life or someone else's ever again. Ive lost two jobs solely based on the reporting of my case. I wish l never was good at swimmin opportunity to attend Stanford, so maybe the newspapers wouldn't want to write stories about me. s. There isn't a second that has gone by g or had the can ne person. I know that if I were to be placed on probation, I would be able to be a benefit to society for the rest of my life. I want to earn a college degree in any capacity that I am capable to do so. And in accomplishing this task, I can make the people around me and society better through the example I will set. I'v since my start as a swimmer. I want to take what I can from who I was before this situation happened and use it to the best of my abilities moving oriented me the dangers of assuming what college life can be like without thinking about the consequences one would potentially have to make if one were to make the same decisions that I made. I want to that people's lives can drinking and making poor decisions while doing so. One needs to recognize the influence that peer pressure and the attitude of having to fit in can have on someone. One decision has the potential to change your entire life. I know I can impact and change people's attitudes towards the culture surrounded by binge drinking and sexual promiscuity that protrudes through what people think is at the core of being a college student. want to demolish the assumption that drinking and partying are what make up a college lifestyle I made a mistake, I drank too much, and my decisions hurt someone. But I never ever meant to My poor decision making and excessive drinking hurt someone that night and I wish I could just take t al back If I were to say, without a single shred of doubt in my mind, that I would never have any problem with law enforcement. Before this happened, I never had any trouble wh law enforcement and I plan on maintaining that. I've been shattered by the party culture and risk taking behavior that I briefly experienced in my four months at school. I've lost my chance to swim in the Olympics. I've lost my ability to obtain a Stanford degree. I've lost employment opportunity, my reputation and most of all, my life. These things force me to never want to put myself in a position where I have to sacrifice everything. I would make it my life's mission to show everyone thatI can contribute and be a positive influence on society from these events that have transpired. I will never put through an event where it will give someone the ability to question whether I really can be a be placed on probation, I can positively tterment to society. I want no one, male or female, to have to experience the destructive consequences of making decisions while under the influence of alcohol. I want to be a voice of reason in a time where people's attitudes and preconceived notions about partying and drinking have already been established. I want to let young people now, as I did not. that things can go from fun to ruined in just one night TO SUM UP ."IWISH I DIDN'T GET CAUGHT.NOW I HAVE TO FIND A WAY TO DEFLECT THE BLAME" OH YEAH,I WISH INEVER WAS GOODAT SWIMMING OR ATTENDED STANFORD This is Stanford rapists statement that made the judge think he deserved a light sentence.
promiscuity: This is Brock Turner, the Stanford rapist's
 statement that made the judge think this man
 d a light sentence, becau
 sentence would have a severe impact on hinm
 The night of January 17th changed my life and the
 lives of everyone involved forever. I can never go
 back to being the person I was
 am no longer a swimmer, a student, a resident of
 or the product of the work that I put in to
 accomplish the goals thaI set out in the first
 nineteen years of my life. Not only have I altered
 my life, but I've also changed [redacted] and her
 fore that day. I
 happened on the night that these people's lives
 were changed forever. I would give anything to
 change what happened that night. I can never
 forgive myself for imposing trauma and pain on
 redacted]. It debilitates me to think that my
 actions have caused her emotional and physical
 stress that is completely unwarranted and unfair
 The thought of this is in my head every second of
 every day since this event has occurred. These
 ideas never leave my mind. During the day, I shake
 uncontrollably from the amount I torment myself
 by thinking about what has happened.I wish I had
 the ability to go back in time and never pick up a
 drink that night, let alone interact with [redacted].I
 can barely hold a conversation with someone
 without having my mind drift into thinking these
 thoughts. They torture me. I go to sleep every night
 n crippled by t
 hese thoughts to the
 of exhaustion. I wake up having dreamt of these
 horrific events that I have caused. I am completely
 consumed by my poor judgement and ill thought
 action
 where I haven't regretted the course of events I
 took on January 17th/18th. My shell and core of
 who I am as a person is forever broken from this. I
 am a changed person. At this point in my life, I
 never want to have a drop of alcohol again. I never
 want to attend a social gathering that involves
 alcohol or any situation where people make
 decisions based on the substances they have
 consumed. I never want to experience being ina
 position where it will have a negative impact on my
 life or someone else's ever again. Ive lost two jobs
 solely based on the reporting of my case. I wish l
 never was good at swimmin
 opportunity to attend Stanford, so maybe the
 newspapers wouldn't want to write stories about
 me.
 s. There isn't a second that has gone by
 g or had the
 can
 ne
 person. I know that if I were to be placed on
 probation, I would be able to be a benefit to society
 for the rest of my life. I want to earn a college
 degree in any capacity that I am capable to do so.
 And in accomplishing this task, I can make the
 people around me and society better through the
 example I will set. I'v
 since my start as a swimmer. I want to take what I
 can from who I was before this situation happened
 and use it to the best of my abilities moving
 oriented
 me the dangers of assuming what college life can
 be like without thinking about the consequences
 one would potentially have to make if one were to
 make the same decisions that I made. I want to
 that people's lives can
 drinking and making poor decisions while doing so.
 One needs to recognize the influence that peer
 pressure and the attitude of having to fit in can
 have on someone. One decision has the potential
 to change your entire life. I know I can impact and
 change people's attitudes towards the culture
 surrounded by binge drinking and sexual
 promiscuity that protrudes through what people
 think is at the core of being a college student.
 want to demolish the assumption that drinking and
 partying are what make up a college lifestyle I
 made a mistake, I drank too much, and my
 decisions hurt someone. But I never ever meant to
 My poor decision
 making and excessive drinking hurt someone that
 night and I wish I could just take t al back
 If I were to
 say, without a single shred of doubt in my mind,
 that I would never have any problem with law
 enforcement. Before this happened, I never had
 any trouble wh law enforcement and I plan on
 maintaining that. I've been shattered by the party
 culture and risk taking behavior that I briefly
 experienced in my four months at school. I've lost
 my chance to swim in the Olympics. I've lost my
 ability to obtain a Stanford degree. I've lost
 employment opportunity, my reputation and most
 of all, my life. These things force me to never want
 to put myself in a position where I have to sacrifice
 everything. I would make it my life's mission to
 show everyone thatI can contribute and be a
 positive influence on society from these events
 that have transpired. I will never put
 through an event where it will give someone the
 ability to question whether I really can be a
 be placed on probation, I can positively
 tterment to society. I want no one, male or
 female, to have to experience the destructive
 consequences of making decisions while under the
 influence of alcohol. I want to be a voice of reason
 in a time where people's attitudes and
 preconceived notions about partying and drinking
 have already been established. I want to let young
 people now, as I did not. that things can go from
 fun to ruined in just one night
 TO SUM UP
 ."IWISH I DIDN'T GET CAUGHT.NOW I HAVE
 TO FIND A WAY TO DEFLECT THE BLAME"
 OH YEAH,I WISH INEVER WAS GOODAT
 SWIMMING OR ATTENDED STANFORD
This is Stanford rapists statement that made the judge think he deserved a light sentence.

This is Stanford rapists statement that made the judge think he deserved a light sentence.

promiscuity: PSYCHOPATH SOCIOPATH OF GENERAL OF GENERAL POPULATION POPULATION WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN Both suffer from antisocial personality dis Both lack empathy Both demonstrate c to social rules and behavior standards Both fail to feel or Both ar WHAT The origin of illness is likely to be he origin of his illness is likely to be in his innate condition. Minnesota Study of environment and upbringing. Research shows that there is a significant Twins Reared Apart showed that psychopathy is 60 percent heritable. association between early institutionalization He is simply that way. and sociopathic behavior in later life. Psychopath islikely to be educated and Sociopath is likely to be uneducated and have a good career. unable to keep a steady job. Controlled behavior. Erratic behavior, rage and anger. Impulsive, spontaneous. Highly manipulative. Completely unable to form personal May form an attachment to a particular individual or group. attachments. Takes calculated risks. Participates in Crimes committed by a sociopath are fraud schemes. Minimizes evidence. typically spontaneous, hence tendency to leave clues and evidence. PSYCHOLOGIA, CO PSYCHOPATH Normally, if you see "1%" in this context it actually means it is LESS than 1% OR at the exact prevelance is OF GENERAL unknown, but it definitely exists. GENERAL POPULATION As always, there will be exceptions PO ATION WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN COMMON Both suffer from antisocial personality disorder Yes Both lack empathy Partially true l Will explain Both demonstrate complete disregard to social rules and behavior standards Both fail to feel any remorse or guilt Both are violent WHAT'S DIFFERENT There is a biological component. The origin of illness is likely to be in his Th origin of his illness is likely to be in hi innate condition. Minnesota Study of envilinment and upbringing. Researc Twins Reared Apart showed that shows 1. at there is a significant psychopathy is 60 percent heritable. associatich between early institut onalization He is simply 'that way. and sociopL hic behavior in lr ier life. Psychopath islikely to be educated and Sociopath is likely to be u educated and have a good career. No unable to keep a s nac y job. Controlled behavior. Can be! Erratic behavior, ra se a.nd anger. Highly manipulative. YES! (OMG) Impulsive, spor aneous. Completely unable to form personal May form or attachment to a Harticular attachments. No individuo' or group. Takes calculated risks. Participates in Crimr.s committed by a sociopath al fraud schemes. Minimizes evidence. typically spontaneous, hence tendency Sort of... a bit J leave clues and evidence. Visited, wish I hadn't PSYCHOLOGIA CO sychopath and ntisocial Personality Disorder "O' what may man within him hide though angel on the outward side William Shakespeare Media Portrayal BEN ROSAMUND PIKE E- KL THE AVENGING ANGEL RETURNS THEM EMBRACE HANNIBAL aaz FRIDAY FEB 28-10/9 NBC theft CRIMINAL MINDS The DSM and the ICD The ICD-10 Classification DIAGNOSTICAND STATISTICAL OF of Mental and Behavioural MENTAL DISORDERS Disorders FIFTH EDITION DSM-5 Diagnostic criteria for research AMERICANSYCHATRCAssoCADON Antisocial Personality Disorder 301.7 (F60.2) Diagnostic Criteria A. A pervasive pattern of disregard for and violation of the rights of others, occurring since age 15 years, as indicated by three (or more) of the following Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors, as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest. 2. Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lying, use of aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure. 3. Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead. 4. irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults. 5. Reckless disregard for safety of self or others 6. Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations. 7. Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt mistreated, or stolen from another B. The individual is at least age 18 years. C. There is evidence of conduct disorder with onset before age 15 years D. The occurrence of antisocial behavior is not exclusively during the course of schizo- phrenia or bipolar disorder Diagnostic Features The essential feature of antisocial personality disorder is a pervasive pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others that begins in childhood or early adolescence and continues into adulthood. This pattern has also been referred to as psychopathy, soci th or dyssocial personality disorder. Because deceit and manipulation are central features of an tisocial personality disorder, it may beespecially helpful to integrate information acquired from systematic clinical assessment with information collected from collateral sources. For this diagnosis to be given, the individual must be at least age 18 years (Criterion B) and must have had a history of some symptoms of conduct disorder before age 15 years (Criterion C). Conduct disorder involves a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms or rules are vio- lated. The specific behaviors characteristic of conduct disorder fall into one of four cate- gories: aggression to people and animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, or serious violation of rules The ICD The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders Diagnostic criteria for research I'm not a psychopath, I m a high-functioning sociopath. Do your research Psychopathy Checklist Revised (PCL-R 1. Glib and superficial charm 2. Grandiose self-worth 3. Need for stimulation or proneness to boredom 4. Pathological lying 5. Conning and manipulative 10. Poor behavioural controls 6. Lack of remorse or guilt 11. Promiscuous sexual behaviour 7. Shallow affect 12. Early behaviour problems 8. Callousness and lack of empathy 13. Lack of realistic, long-term goals 9. Parasitic lifestyle 14. Impulsivity 15. Irresponsibility 16. Failure to accept responsibility 17. Short-term marital relationships 18. Juvenile delinquency 19. Revocation of condition release 20. Criminal versatility are 1999) imgur user calls out misinformed front page post
promiscuity: PSYCHOPATH
 SOCIOPATH
 OF GENERAL
 OF GENERAL
 POPULATION
 POPULATION
 WHAT DO THEY HAVE
 IN
 Both suffer from antisocial personality dis
 Both lack empathy
 Both demonstrate c
 to social rules and behavior standards
 Both fail to feel
 or
 Both ar
 WHAT
 The origin of illness is likely to be
 he origin of his illness is likely to be in his
 innate condition. Minnesota Study of
 environment and upbringing. Research
 shows that there is a significant
 Twins Reared Apart showed that
 psychopathy is
 60 percent heritable.
 association between early institutionalization
 He is simply that way.
 and sociopathic behavior in later life.
 Psychopath islikely to be educated and
 Sociopath is likely to be uneducated and
 have a good career.
 unable to keep a steady job.
 Controlled behavior.
 Erratic behavior, rage and anger.
 Impulsive, spontaneous.
 Highly manipulative.
 Completely unable to form personal
 May form an attachment to a particular
 individual or group.
 attachments.
 Takes calculated risks. Participates in
 Crimes committed by a sociopath are
 fraud schemes. Minimizes evidence.
 typically spontaneous, hence tendency
 to leave clues and evidence.
 PSYCHOLOGIA, CO

 PSYCHOPATH
 Normally, if you see "1%" in this context
 it actually means it is LESS than 1%
 OR at the exact prevelance is
 OF GENERAL
 unknown, but it definitely exists.
 GENERAL
 POPULATION
 As always, there will be exceptions
 PO ATION
 WHAT DO THEY HAVE
 IN COMMON
 Both suffer from antisocial personality disorder Yes
 Both lack empathy Partially true l Will explain
 Both demonstrate complete disregard to social rules and behavior standards
 Both fail to feel any remorse or guilt
 Both are violent
 WHAT'S DIFFERENT
 There is a biological component.
 The origin of illness is likely to be in his
 Th origin of his illness is likely to be in hi
 innate condition. Minnesota Study of
 envilinment and upbringing. Researc
 Twins Reared Apart showed that
 shows 1. at there is a significant
 psychopathy is 60 percent heritable.
 associatich between early institut onalization
 He is simply 'that way.
 and sociopL hic behavior in lr ier life.
 Psychopath islikely to be educated and
 Sociopath
 is likely to be u educated and
 have a good career. No
 unable to keep a s nac y job.
 Controlled behavior.
 Can be!
 Erratic behavior, ra se a.nd anger.
 Highly manipulative. YES! (OMG)
 Impulsive, spor aneous.
 Completely unable to form personal
 May form or attachment to a Harticular
 attachments. No
 individuo' or group.
 Takes calculated risks. Participates in
 Crimr.s committed by a sociopath al
 fraud schemes. Minimizes evidence.
 typically spontaneous, hence tendency
 Sort of... a bit
 J leave clues and evidence.
 Visited, wish I hadn't
 PSYCHOLOGIA CO

 sychopath
 and
 ntisocial Personality Disorder
 "O' what may man within him hide
 though angel on
 the outward side
 William Shakespeare

 Media Portrayal
 BEN
 ROSAMUND PIKE
 E- KL
 THE AVENGING ANGEL RETURNS
 THEM
 EMBRACE
 HANNIBAL
 aaz FRIDAY FEB 28-10/9 NBC
 theft
 CRIMINAL
 MINDS

 The DSM and the ICD
 The ICD-10
 Classification
 DIAGNOSTICAND STATISTICAL
 OF
 of Mental and
 Behavioural
 MENTAL DISORDERS
 Disorders
 FIFTH EDITION
 DSM-5
 Diagnostic
 criteria for
 research
 AMERICANSYCHATRCAssoCADON

 Antisocial Personality Disorder
 301.7 (F60.2)
 Diagnostic Criteria
 A. A pervasive pattern of disregard for and violation of the rights of others, occurring since
 age 15 years, as indicated by three (or more) of the following
 Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors, as indicated by
 repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest.
 2. Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lying, use of aliases, or conning others for
 personal profit or pleasure.
 3. Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead.
 4. irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults.
 5. Reckless disregard for safety of self or others
 6. Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent
 work behavior or honor financial obligations.
 7. Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt
 mistreated, or stolen from another
 B. The individual is at least age 18 years.
 C. There is evidence of conduct disorder with onset before age 15 years
 D. The occurrence of antisocial behavior is not exclusively during the course of schizo-
 phrenia or bipolar disorder
 Diagnostic Features
 The essential feature of antisocial personality disorder is a pervasive pattern of disregard
 for, and violation of, the rights of others that begins in childhood or early adolescence and
 continues into adulthood. This pattern has also been referred to as psychopathy, soci
 th
 or dyssocial personality disorder. Because deceit and manipulation are central features of an
 tisocial personality disorder, it may beespecially helpful to integrate information acquired
 from systematic clinical assessment with information collected from collateral sources.
 For this diagnosis to be given, the individual must be at least age 18 years (Criterion B)
 and must have had a history of some symptoms of conduct disorder before age 15 years
 (Criterion C). Conduct disorder involves a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in
 which the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms or rules are vio-
 lated. The specific behaviors characteristic of conduct disorder fall into one of four cate-
 gories: aggression to people and animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, or
 serious violation of rules

 The ICD
 The ICD-10
 Classification
 of Mental and
 Behavioural
 Disorders
 Diagnostic
 criteria for
 research

 I'm not a psychopath, I m a high-functioning sociopath.
 Do your research

 Psychopathy Checklist Revised (PCL-R
 1. Glib and superficial charm
 2. Grandiose self-worth
 3. Need for stimulation or proneness to boredom
 4. Pathological lying
 5. Conning and manipulative
 10. Poor behavioural controls
 6. Lack of remorse or guilt
 11. Promiscuous sexual behaviour
 7. Shallow affect
 12. Early behaviour problems
 8. Callousness and lack of empathy
 13. Lack of realistic, long-term goals
 9. Parasitic lifestyle
 14. Impulsivity
 15. Irresponsibility
 16. Failure to accept responsibility
 17. Short-term marital relationships
 18. Juvenile delinquency
 19. Revocation of condition release
 20. Criminal versatility
 are
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 we start ou t in this shitty little town in his worlds analogue to dark age Germany s ray vet theres a lot of mu everyone is d poor all the peasants are insula
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 begin But learn that were actual on our way throu n our way to er a Rome o somethin on a m ssion to reco e some rtof artifact he sen us s us rations su es and hat he ca artha na hin
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 seriously maetimes bordering rowwhatitwas but chasing
 pass through some
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 dragging moisture from the air back into the swamp as they emerged, dragging gone from the ground
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 throwing them
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 and talking backwards Insteadofaererturnsaround
 ub up against
 and slivering and
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 informing us that it is fall lt
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How is this not in the Hall of Fame already?

How is this not in the Hall of Fame already?