I've been reading more from mischevious me.
He's got us all nailed, all of us.
But it eaapears he's too manic to put it into a palpable system, very confusing.
I'd be interested in testing his I.Q..
Well, you might be alone in your thinking.
He's too fleeting in normal conversations to think his hubs would be worth reading.
Cagsil might be right. I think he's a little schizo.
So, he's schizo? That would explain a few things. Are you sure?
Seen it enough times to be sure, at least 90% sure.
I could be very wrong and he could be completely verifiable.
But also, I'd have to actually get a response first.
So, you do realize to be schizo you aren't supposed to be aware of the other personalities. Sock puppets don't count MM.
Whatever you're reading into this is whatever you percieve me to be.
I know the rules enough not to be a sock puppet.
I'm genuinely interested.
No avatar picture
No hub written
Been here 4 months but done nothing.
Well, if you're not him, at least he was productive in writing something.
Not to mention, you have 18 posts in the forum which isn't likely to go over well with many people. Sure, you could have been watching from a distance and only now chosen to get involved more in the Forum community.
However, it's more likely you're just a troll who wants to bait as many people as possible. Which would make your actions no different than his and makes you no better than the character level he has shown.
I certainly hope you're proud of yourself.
I've seen you people troll him up and down the forum and he only reacts at certain points and always in different ways.
He's confusing and interesting, you just have to see the angles he's working.
At the same time, sharing some of his views, doesn't make us the same person.
Really? Troll him? His aggressiveness would make you a liar on his behalf. Again, you show your level of character.
Actually, I don't. As I said earlier in this sad thread, was he is fleeting at best. Rationale isn't his forte.
No, but puts you on his level which isn't good either. But, hey it's your choice how you want to make yourself look.
I'm just curious.
He seems to be a common target of late.
That's because he openly makes himself a target. He does so willingly.
Thats what happens when you paint a big bullseye on your forehead.
I've been looking for someone like him for a long time, outside of the prfessional environment.
I'd like to hash it out with him and see exactly why he is, the way is.
His method of convayance is stilted, He does however, occasionaly make good points.
I want to call him out and see how out of it he really is.
He may not be out of it all.
The best way to call him out is to stand up, walk to the bedroom and stare in the mirror. While you are talking to yourself you might want to explain why running around as a sock puppet and trying to convince hubbers there actually is one person out there who thinks you're deep isn't best done as a sock puppet.
Four months of watching you robots run around posting the same thing over and over again, I find his randomness enlightening.
You don't get these opportunities that often, outside of the work place.
When you do, you try to avoid that person.
This is the perfect environment for experimentation.
Then you don't get out much. Or when you do, you don't seriously have good conversations with anyone fairly intelligent. I'm not surprised by this, especially, if you're living in America.
I avoid no one. I don't consider myself above anyone nor do I see how anyone would be superior to me. Equal sure, but not superior.
Yes it is. But, that would solely depend on whether one was looking for a destructive way to diminish themselves or if they had a real purpose to their actions.
I've learned quite a bit about quite a few people, just by talking with them on HubPages' forums. I also do realize that much of what I have received in replies to many of my thousands upon thousands, upon thousands of posts is much more valuable than I ever originally imagined.
The great many things I have learned and expected from others shows how one can almost achieve omnipresent stasis. By not being surprised by many replies because I expected the replies is a huge step up compared to how I was 20+ years ago.
Actually, i dont think he is really. I think he just likes attention.
Yeah, look at the new "psyche"(username) for him. Can't you tell a true troll when you see one? (btw- just kidding on the latter, not the former).
It's a common trait among patients with bipolar and manic dissorders.
His purpose here appears to be the sport of theist-baiting. When he gets bored he cranks up the volume even louder.
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