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Old 07-02-2003, 03:15 AM
 
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Ugh..not someone I want to be lumped in with..

Why can't they just say "pack of nutballs" or something?

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Old 07-03-2003, 08:35 PM
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I think he is repulsive. But I often wonder, when someone is so very full of hate, what in the hell happened to them when they were little. Is it possible that some grave harm was done, and he took the hurt and anger, and some how gave it a name, like "gay."

Not to excuse him, at all. Just something I wonder about whenever I run into someone like this, and ponder as I try to raise my own sons differently.

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I think he is repulsive. But I often wonder, when someone is so very full of hate, what in the hell happened to them when they were little.
You mean, if nothing happened when they were little, it is impossible for them to turn into a bad adult? They gain permanent immunity to temptations at age 18; every experience will be turned into a positive lesson.

Fred's experience came when he was 17, according to the people interviewed for "Addicted to Hate". The journalist's story makes it sound very like Fred learned to be an abusive father and abusive husband, just like other husbands do.


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Is it possible that some grave harm was done,
and he took the hurt and anger, and some how gave it a name, like "gay."
Yes, and it's possible that he took the positive feedback and did the same things again. He gave everyone a stuck-up attitude, and noone ever took him down a peg. You'll look up from the page ready to swear it's all because he didn't turn pro boxer. Then he would have been forced to play fair.
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