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Paranoid Ranting

Posted by Rache , Apr 23 2012 · 192 views

I don't recommend it. It makes you look like an awful person, makes everything that moves think you're an awful person, except for that one guy in the corner telling you that yes, they are all out to get you, and when you calm down he just ends up looking and feeling awkward.

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yeah, paranoia is an evil thing...
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And yet I partake in it all too often.

It is especially easy to fall into that sort of thought-pattern with people over the internet, where it is difficult to accurately judge what they are thinking.
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Rationality and understanding over the internet?

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Lloyd: the White Wolf
Apr 28 2012 01:14 AM
It especially doesn't help when the person you're paranoid about starts getting ideas from your rants.

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Well, yes, because then being paranoid ends up giving you a great reason to be paranoid, because you've made yourself annoying enough that, even if they weren't all out to get you before, now they are.
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Ramona Flowers
May 29 2012 12:04 PM
I AM paranoid, but I still have like... uh...
Okay, I have ONE person in real life who, as far as I know, doesn't think I'm annoying. That must count for SOMETHING. (By the way, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not all out to get you... :fear:)
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You might want to try not checking your lunchbox for traps every five seconds. That tends to tone the annoyance factor down a bit.
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