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In Order To Fight Evil, One Must Recognize It

A few years ago there was a particularly horrifying kitten-burning incident involving a barbecue grill and, astonishingly, a video camera. That sordid episode took place far from the place where I work, yet the paper’s editorial board nonetheless felt compelled to editorialize on the subject.

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Christian Faith

Jane's Addiction - Ted, Just Admit it (1988; Nothings Shocking)

Spätestens seit 50 Shades of Grey wissen auch Herr Müller und Frau Meier dass Sex Gewalt und umgekehrt sein kann, oder gar ist. Sex is violent… 65 more words

Song Des Tages

Ted Bundy & Whatever

A list of serial killer traits and behaviors:

  • manipulation
  • childhood bed-wetting
  • substance abuse
  • violent fantasies
  • lacking of empathy/compassion
  • preference of auto-erotic activities
  • killing animals
  • picking the elliptical next to mine at the gym in a row of 25-30 empty machines.

Stop it.

Sociopath vs. psychopath: is there a difference?

I’ve been using the terms psychopath and sociopath interchangeably on this blog, even though I’m aware there are differences between the two. I was curious enough to Google what the difference is, and came across an article in… 828 more words

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Troll Beside Me: My Journey with a Troll Who Used to be my friend

When a crime occurs, people often say that the criminal is the person you least suspect, or it’s the quiet ones that you have to watch closer. 615 more words

Fatal Addiction: Ted Bundy's Final Interview

R12Two / 10 FEB 2015 – Ted Bundy granted an interview to James Dobson just before he was executed on January 24, 1989.

Ted Bundy, an infamous serial killer, granted an interview to psychologist James Dobson just before he was executed on January 24, 1989. 2,940 more words


You said you wanted Random!

So these are just some random selections from my portfolio.  From the top left…

1)  “Bundy’s Blow-up” – The infamous scene of the sick, Ted Bundy’s response to the guilty verdict.  72 more words