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Here is an example of unsolicited ego projection

Good or bad of me to do this? I think more "good" may result than I can ever know.

I post there as ===x boxer== *nickname relates to my brand of car, Scion xB funny looking box of a car*

The thread consists of two pages. I appear on both pages.

This is ego projection there, and yes, here onto SE too.

I am not proud of myself about this or anything from my ego.... but i tell you what there comes an inner satisfaction of great comfort and soul-strengthening when you lay yourself out for tender public mercies- to present hope and help others.



Ego may act socially neutral (the loner) for social good (the bridger and builder and artists, communicators, etc) or bad (the dismisser, the intolerant), to pull three very abridged examples from my cuff.

===Dead at 18===

http://www.scionlife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=331805

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This?

LOLOL! Sorry, I couldnt help myself...

Its a dirty rotten shame that anyone dies early. My intuition tells me Seans ego was crushed or broken, beyond hope. Or, I suppose its possible that a roommate did the deed. However, I read that gays are five time more likely to attempt suicide.
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Hmm, the link appears to be dead. tell me what it is about? I won't bite. Nor suck, either lol!

That kid, I suspect, had organic brain disease: schizophrenia. His eulogizer, Komic said that of late, Sean had adopted the "personal" of a movie screen character.

This, and the many attempts at suicide sure sound like shizophrenia. Plus, that he was lately committed to a state mental hospital.

Schizophrenia is such a common thing; as common, surely as gayness is, too.

Yet, gays- true, probably are five times more apt to kill selves as youths are not mentally ill for that reason alone (debate this if you like).

But the gay thing sure does cause depressions and it sure is like being a negro in a white world where negros may still be pilloried, beaten, murdered with some impunity.

your turn now if you like. I won't take any offense. I like myself quite well. After all, I wasn't eighteen as recently as yesterday. Nixon was in office! So i've had time to learn to come to really really love all men.

AHAHAHAHAHAH (grin)

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