• 5/15/2011 10:59:32 PMRAD TruthTrue = Truth = Right = Feel Good.  These terms all mean the same thing and are interchangeable.

    False = Lie = Wrong = Feel Bad.  These terms all mean the same thing and are interchangeable.

    If I say it, then it is true.

    You're too stupid to discern truth.  Furthermore, you are not capable of knowing whether what I'm saying is true or not.

    No matter what you say, whatever I believe is true.

    I'm smarter than you are because I'm younger than you.  Not only that, I've lived in another country and seen a great deal of things that you haven't.  In a perfect world, I would be teaching you.  You say that I'm getting older every day and that using my logic this means I am getting dumber every day.  You're lying.

    There is no difference between being true and being right.  Consequently, being wrong is the same as being a liar.  If I don't like what you say, then you are both wrong and a liar.  If you don't like what I'm saying, then you're wrong, a liar, I hate you, and I'm going to get you back for making me feel bad.

    If you say something that involves time in any way, such as "I will be there at 7:00", then truth is determined at 7:00.  Further more, if anyone says such a thing there is really no point in wondering if they are trustworthy or not.  It is a given that other people are not to be trusted.  You just simply wait until 7:00.  If they are there on time, you forget about it and the person is still to be considered untrustworthy.  If they are not there on time, then you pat yourself on the back for being right about them being untrustworthy.

    Everyone is always scheming to play a trick on me just like me.  I must always protect myself from being tricked.  The way I do this is by tricking you first to gain control over any and all situations.  One of the most basic and important rules in life is to always have the upper hand, or to have the advantage over someone else.  If I can't overpower you, then the next best thing is control over information.  Only I know what is "really" going on.  You only know what I tell you.

    I don't like it when you know things that I don't.  Whenever you seem to know things I don't, you're lying.  Here are some examples of your lies:
    - You say that taking care of my teeth is important and brushing them is the best way to do that.  The truth is, you're just trying to trick me into doing what you want.  If I do what you want, then you win.  This goes for taking a bath, and clipping my finger nails too.

    - You say that doing my homework will make me smarter and it is a tool that I can use to help me care for myself and get a good job.  The truth is that you're trying to trick me into doing what you want.  You give me impossible assignments so you can watch me fail and gloat over it.  You just want me to feel stupid so you can feel like you have power over me.  I will do what you ask, but I'm not going to do it the way you want me to.  I'm going to frustrate you with my school work.  When you get angry, then I win.

    If you win, then this means that I automatically lose.  While I do want to win, it is more important for me that you do not win.  My number one goal in life is to make sure that you lose.  Then you will know what it feels like to be me.  Somehow this is like a win for me.

    You say that if I "continue on the road I'm on" that I will likely end up either in jail or dead and that only a small number of children like me actually make it.  These words make me feel bad.  You're just trying to scare me you just want to put me down.