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  •  Had the pleasure of HIS presence... (8+ / 0-)

    He sat at the table right next to us, in a small down home eatery in my smallish town. I felt as if he wanted the whole place to "know" he was important. He spoke very loud, and talked about a sex discrimination case. He used lots of legal terminology. She listened. and listened. He talked incessantly and very loudly...not angry but as if he was "showing off". No one seemed to know who he was, but me and my husband. I am a mental health professional and am embarrassed to say that once in a blue moon, I diagnose the world. It's a bad habit, judgmental. I probably do it more with folks who are not my clients...that i don't know, than I do with my clients, who I try to treat without a label. My judgment: Narcissistic personality disorder. He was breathing all the oxygen in the room.

    •  How odd (5+ / 0-)

      The man says almost nothing in court.  Probable reason is that it's not appropriate in court to talk about sex all the time.  Pubic hair on his coke.  Personal sexual prowess.  Long Dong Silver videos...

      Sunday mornings are more beautiful without Meet the Press.

      by deben on Thu Jun 02, 2011 at 05:27:41 PM PDT

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    •  Funny (3+ / 0-)
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      TofG, MrJersey, Matt Z

      I once was in a restaurant and next to my table sat Madeleine Albright and two other women, one approx. 25 years her junior, and the other 45 years her junior.

      It was in Washington DC, and took place about two months after 9/11

      They kept a normal tone of conversation, and were talking about children and grandchildren.

      It's about time I changed my signature.

      by Khun David on Thu Jun 02, 2011 at 05:29:53 PM PDT

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