Started by chefist, October 01, 2017, 11:27:34 PM
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QuoteThe agency found no â€œsingle or clear motivating factorâ€ to explain why Stephen Paddock carried out the attack from his suite in a high-rise casino hotel. The 64-year-old fatally shot himself as police closed in.â€œIt wasnâ€™t about MGM, Mandalay Bay or a specific casino or venue,â€ Aaron Rouse, the agent in charge of the FBIâ€™s Las Vegas office, told The Associated Press. â€œIt was all about doing the maximum amount of damage and him obtaining some form of infamy.â€The finding was contained in a long-awaited report compiled by the FBIâ€™s Behavior Analysis Unit, a group of experts who spent months examining several factors that might have led to the rampage.â€œThis report comes as close to understanding the why as weâ€™re ever going to get,â€ Rouse said.
Quote from: Jackstar on January 29, 2019, 02:01:15 PMHey, do any of you know this guy socially? Ask him where he's at with Oswald's motives.
Quote from: 14 on February 18, 2019, 05:05:45 AMI still think he was an arms dealer and probably a Patsy.
Quote from: Jackstar on March 06, 2019, 04:43:58 PMof course, you already knew that
Quote from: Jackstar on March 06, 2019, 04:43:58 PM.--what am I, autistic?--...But of course, you already knew that.
Quote from: albrecht on September 07, 2022, 02:52:23 PMIt could election related but it also could be related to other many other things, so I'll post it here.
QuoteLong-term effects for "ghostees" centered around feelings of mistrust that developed over time, in some cases spilling over to future relationships. Such experiences often precipitated internalized rejection, self-blame, and feelings of low self-worth.However, there were also psychological consequences for those perpetrating ghosting. Approximately 50 percent of those who ghosted others experienced feelings of guilt or remorse or guilt. Findings also suggested that as people increasingly utilize ghosting as a way of ending relationships and essentially practice "serial ghosting," it can become habitual. This has the potential to inhibit personal growth as genuine intimacy becomes more unfamiliar and "ghosters" become more and more comfortable avoiding it.
Quote from: Jackstar on September 07, 2022, 03:10:43 PM