2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—KBRC

  1. “Crick and Grotpeter (1996) studied relational aggression, also known as covert aggression, which is a type of aggression in which harm is caused by damaging someone’s relationships or social status—and it’s different from the type of aggression (typically, physical) that males show each other. Relational aggression tends to be more subtle and manipulative.”

    Yup. That’s why the Soap Opera is so popular among women. All that happens on a soap opera is subtle manipulation. Everyone is deceiving everyone else, plotting, scheming. It’s the only significant activity in life.

    There are plenty of men like that too. Man or woman, when sociopaths acquire power (and they all seek power above all else) they’re extremely dangerous. In standard vernacular we have several names for them. “Politician” is one.

    Women sociopaths, especially attractive-looking ones, have an easier time of things because men are such blithering chumps for them. Then the women feel OK about ruining men because, well, they totally asked for it. This is what we usually refer to as “love”! When the same thing happens between nations we call it “total war”.

    Both are our fault as men for not recognizing it and correcting it early.

    • Yes, psychopathology in a woman prints as “hot” to men.

      Also, it was once explained to me that a woman who read specifically “Vogue” magazine was bad news, because she had very high ambitions but needed a man to accomplish them for her. “Soap Opera Aficianado” seems to be another marker, but it seems too common to provide any sort of real warning. Kind of like fatigue as a symptom of illness. Everything causes fatigue. Seemingly every woman watches a Soap Opera.

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