LOL... It Really IS Fun Watching Rudy Get Triggered - He Tells ME To Fuck Off, Yet Won't Leave Me Alone...

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AlleyCat

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Dec 8, 2021, 10:20:12 PM12/8/21
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On Wed, 8 Dec 2021 07:19:38 -0800, Rudy Canoza says...

> Fuck off, liar.

The last resort of the beaten.

YOU, tell ME to fuck, off yet YOU won't, leave ME a lone.

Freak.

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When the Narcissist Fails

A Cautionary Examination of How Narcissists React To Failure

Rudy, The Insanely Jealous Narcissist

Rudy, the narcissist, usually has a deep need to be better than everyone else.
This makes him likely to become jealous of anyone he perceives as better than
him in any possible way.

Surprisingly, you don't have to be better in a real sense for you to trigger
his jealousy.

As long as you have any advantage he doesn't have, that's enough to make him
jealous. Sometimes jealousy can force Rudy the narcissist to act in ways that
defy normal human behaviour.

Jealousy is one of the emotions that makes Rudy, the narcissist, both hilarious
and sad.

A Sense of Competition:

A sense of competition, real or perceived can trigger jealous narcissists,
like Rudy.

Surpassing a narcissist, like Rudy, at anything that you are both involved in
or succeeding at something he failed at, can make him extremely jealous.

Rudy Has Low Self-Esteem:

Rudy, the narcissist, may not be jealous of someone on Usenet, who is better
looking, as long as he is confident in his looks.

LOL

But, he isn't, so he isn't confident in his ability to socialize. Rudy is
always jealous of his social and Usenet rivals, who make him look like the runt
child he is... daily.

Actually... Rudy, the narcissist, makes himself look like a child. We do not
need to help him in this realm.

Because Rudy, the narcissist has very low self-esteem behind the mask of ultra-
confidence, he becomes very jealous of anyone who has genuine confidence...
like those he pretends to be better than.

They Are Happier Than Rudy:

When a narcissist is depressed, he doesn't like to see someone happier and
excited, especially if that person makes him look stupid... which is usually
hourly.

This is because he knows that a happy person is powerful. Powerful enough to
make him feel like a worthless turd... that is, until that person makes a
spelling or grammar mistake.

Rudy's self-esteem is so low, that even though HE'S fucked up so many times,
grammatically and spelling-wise, he still has to show his imaginary
superiority, by pointing out others' mistakes.

When you are happy, you became more confident, assertive and clear-minded. On
the other hand, when a person is sad or depressed, he usually feels weak and
vulnerable, like Rudy, who lashes out at those he sees as his superiors.

When a narcissist, like Rudy is depressed, feelings of vulnerability that
accompany depression make him see a happy person as a threat, especially when
it's a person that he doesn't get along with, which is 99.9% of Usenet, since
he's a homophobic racist, who insults everyone, because Rudy HATES everyone he
thinks is his superior.

Rudy Is Insecure:

Insecurities make a person doubt his ability to keep anyone interested.

If he is financially unsuccessful (well... YEAH!) and believes that his Usenet
rivals are MORE successful (well... duh!), he may be very jealous their
success.

Rudy, the narcissist, hates it when people around him are better in every
possible way. He needs to be above everybody else in order to feel superior,
and have the ability to sleep.

For this reason, he becomes very jealous of anyone he sees as superior than
him, especially when there is a sense of competition.

We Are Stealing His Attention:

RUDY, THE NARCISSIST NEEDS SO MUCH ATTENTION, hence the replies that offer NO
refutations. He only replies to say, "play with me!"

Rudy doesn't have the mental capacity to form his own opinions on subject
matters that are above his head, so he simply replies in the negative, even if
it's proven that the OP is correct in everything he says or quotes.

Because he thinks that he is better than common people, Rudy believes that he
deserves more attention than the average Usenet member.

Getting the attention that a narcissist believes HE deserves, can cause a lot
of jealousy.

Poor Rudy.


Rudy Canoza

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Dec 8, 2021, 10:44:38 PM12/8/21
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On 12/8/2021 7:20 PM, AlleyCat wrote:
>
> On 12/8/2021 7:19 AM, AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, Canoza wrote:
>> On 12/7/2021 10:40 PM, AlleyCat lied:
>>>
>>> Of course, AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, left out one article that proves all the rest are true:
>>
>> ==================================================
>> ==================================================
>> ============= WARNING! WARNING! ===============
>> ========== GOAL POST MOVES AHEAD! ============
>> ================= WARNING! ====================
>> ==================================================
>> ==================================================
>>
>>>
>>> AOC's Top Aide Admits [sic] Green New Deal About The Economy, Not Climate
>>> https://www.foxnews.com/politics/aocs-top-aide-admits-green-new-deal-
>>> about-the-economy-not-the-climate
>>>
>>
>> I have always said the so-called "green new deal" is about the economy, but
>> *you* lied and said the entire "global warming / climate change" agenda was
>> about controlling the economy.
>>
>> Fuck off, liar.
>
> I'm beaten.

Yes, you are.

>
> YOU,

You fucking freak.


>
> =====
>
> When the Narcissist Fails
>
> A Cautionary Examination of How Narcissists React To Failure
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, The Insanely Jealous Narcissist
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist, usually has a deep need to be better than everyone else.
> This makes him likely to become jealous of anyone he perceives as better than
> him in any possible way.
>
> Surprisingly, you don't have to be better in a real sense for you to trigger
> his jealousy.
>
> As long as you have any advantage he doesn't have, that's enough to make him
> jealous. Sometimes jealousy can force AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist to act in ways that
> defy normal human behaviour.
>
> Jealousy is one of the emotions that makes AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist, both hilarious
> and sad.
>
> A Sense of Competition:
>
> A sense of competition, real or perceived can trigger jealous narcissists,
> like AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak,.
>
> Surpassing a narcissist, like AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, at anything that you are both involved in
> or succeeding at something he failed at, can make him extremely jealous.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, Has Low Self-Esteem:
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist, may not be jealous of someone on Usenet, who is better
> looking, as long as he is confident in his looks.
>
> LOL
>
> But, he isn't, so he isn't confident in his ability to socialize. AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, is
> always jealous of his social and Usenet rivals, who make him look like the runt
> child he is... daily.
>
> Actually... AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist, makes himself look like a child. We do not
> need to help him in this realm.
>
> Because AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist has very low self-esteem behind the mask of ultra-
> confidence, he becomes very jealous of anyone who has genuine confidence...
> like those he pretends to be better than.
>
> They Are Happier Than AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak,:
>
> When a narcissist is depressed, he doesn't like to see someone happier and
> excited, especially if that person makes him look stupid... which is usually
> hourly.
>
> This is because he knows that a happy person is powerful. Powerful enough to
> make him feel like a worthless turd... that is, until that person makes a
> spelling or grammar mistake.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak,'s self-esteem is so low, that even though HE'S fucked up so many times,
> grammatically and spelling-wise, he still has to show his imaginary
> superiority, by pointing out others' mistakes.
>
> When you are happy, you became more confident, assertive and clear-minded. On
> the other hand, when a person is sad or depressed, he usually feels weak and
> vulnerable, like AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, who lashes out at those he sees as his superiors.
>
> When a narcissist, like AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, is depressed, feelings of vulnerability that
> accompany depression make him see a happy person as a threat, especially when
> it's a person that he doesn't get along with, which is 99.9% of Usenet, since
> he's a homophobic racist, who insults everyone, because AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, HATES everyone he
> thinks is his superior.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, Is Insecure:
>
> Insecurities make a person doubt his ability to keep anyone interested.
>
> If he is financially unsuccessful (well... YEAH!) and believes that his Usenet
> rivals are MORE successful (well... duh!), he may be very jealous their
> success.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, the narcissist, hates it when people around him are better in every
> possible way. He needs to be above everybody else in order to feel superior,
> and have the ability to sleep.
>
> For this reason, he becomes very jealous of anyone he sees as superior than
> him, especially when there is a sense of competition.
>
> We Are Stealing His Attention:
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, THE NARCISSIST NEEDS SO MUCH ATTENTION, hence the replies that offer NO
> refutations. He only replies to say, "play with me!"
>
> AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, doesn't have the mental capacity to form his own opinions on subject
> matters that are above his head, so he simply replies in the negative, even if
> it's proven that the OP is correct in everything he says or quotes.
>
> Because he thinks that he is better than common people, AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak, believes that he
> deserves more attention than the average Usenet member.
>
> Getting the attention that a narcissist believes HE deserves, can cause a lot
> of jealousy.
>
> Poor AlleyPussyBitch, *fucking* freak.
>
>

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