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I fully expect the mods to address this breaking of board rules. I await the warning or suspension of your account. The rules clearly state that no ad hominem attacks are allowed.
I will give another example to help you grasp this. Let's say you stated the goal of wanting to be in better shape than any of your family and friends. But, even though you stated this, you spent your time over-eating and not working out. See, just because you "stated" you wanted to be in the best shape of everyone you know, your actions did not reflect this stated goal. Same thing. Ben can say he wants to win 5 rings all he wants. But his actions do not necessarily reflect this. He doesn't seem willing to work as hard as needed to make this goal attainable. There is no way he is ever going to see 5 rings. He already blew one chance. And by carelessly throwing pics to lose games, he really isn't going to ever come close to 5 rings, whether he claims to want the rings or not.
The neighborhood is deteriorating. A blight has moved in.
Last edited by DukieBoy; 12-28-2012 at 04:30 PM.
Narcissistic injury is the term used for any threat to a narcissist's outsized ego or self-esteem.