What might have pushed Holmes over the edge

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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 4:24 pm » by Evildweeb


What might have pushed Holmes over the edge

I think there may be a telling point located in this video which could point to the reasons behind why this nutjob went ballistic.

Go ahead and watch the whole thing, but listen very carefully @ 1:14.


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on Jul 20, 2012 by AssociatedPress

The alleged Colorado shooter, James Holmes was studying neuroscience in a Ph.D. program and grew up in San Diego. Those who knew the 24-year-old describe him as a shy, intelligent person. (July 20)


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When I was in Tampa, I heard a radio host interviewing a PhD in Microbiology who was homeless because he couldn't find work.

Are you kidding me? A PhD who can't find work?

I think maybe the after effects of the economic downturn, combined with the lies being fed to us about "go to college, work hard, and you shall be rewarded..." are finally coming home to roost.

Just IMHO.

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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 4:33 pm » by The57ironman


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.....awww....a job at mcdonalds was too much for him....so he just had to kill ''someone''...

..f*ckin' nutball is all

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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 4:38 pm » by monica44


I guess they [TPTB] want people to take these courses and Phds but once you got them, i guess you are then a threat, [We cannot have intelligent people running around, let us keep em down] and so it goes on.
I suppose it really is a question of who you know in this world to make a success of your life, those like the gunman are easy prey to the shadowy world organization, who are able co-ordinate a mind-controlled attack on innocent people using loners like these.
I am not in anyway condoning what that guy did in the cinema, but maybe he was a victim in this too.
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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 5:30 pm » by Shendao


Maybe he has an Autistic Spectrum Disorder?

Aspergers occurs in 1:100 people and they look just like normal neural types. However, they are all loners as they lack the ability to emotional connect with other people. Aspis are all high intelligence quotients although they 'specialise' preferring sciences or computers. Having said that, they have a high artistic response.

Alongside this they are inherently sociopathic and at times show psychopathic traits, their inner 'wiring' runs their adrenals on overdrive so any perceived attack against them can be met with violence. The violence of this sort is logical and methodical (to them).

Doesn't make it right, but may explain the background.
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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 5:45 pm » by monica44


Or just........ Oppositional Defiant Disorder
AKA ODD... :lol:
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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 8:02 pm » by 99socks


Evildweeb wrote:
When I was in Tampa, I heard a radio host interviewing a PhD in Microbiology who was homeless because he couldn't find work.

Are you kidding me? A PhD who can't find work?

I think maybe the after effects of the economic downturn, combined with the lies being fed to us about "go to college, work hard, and you shall be rewarded..." are finally coming home to roost.

Just IMHO.

Cheers

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It's a lot more common than you think. With competition for jobs the way it is, too often students fall into the trap of getting more education to get ahead, only to find out later that they are "over-educated, under-qualified" for anything, and if they take the advanced degree off their resume, they can't make enough to pay back the student loans. The economy sucks, and with professions like microbiology (I know, I used to be a microbiologist), within 5 years your skills are out-dated, but unlike someone like a software programmer, there is no way to learn the new technology because it costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, and new grads are cheaper anyways.


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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 8:11 pm » by Evildweeb


99socks wrote:
It's a lot more common than you think. With competition for jobs the way it is, too often students fall into the trap of getting more education to get ahead, only to find out later that they are "over-educated, under-qualified" for anything, and if they take the advanced degree off their resume, they can't make enough to pay back the student loans. The economy sucks, and with professions like microbiology (I know, I used to be a microbiologist), within 5 years your skills are out-dated, but unlike someone like a software programmer, there is no way to learn the new technology because it costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, and new grads are cheaper anyways.

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Nice Socks :flop:

I'm not alluding to the possible fact that this was the cause at all, but the underlying problems within this effed up society definitely push some people over the edge.

Some people, that's all.

I appreciate your point and so far you have been the first one to get my point.

My father was a microbiologist and my stepmom was a pathologist, so I kinda grew up within that system --- and I seen it first hand.

I suppose it boils down to people's expectations - maybe inflated, maybe out of proportion to reality, but a person's misguided expectations can push them into some strange things.

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PostTue Jul 24, 2012 10:13 pm » by monica44


I realize that the link i am going to put up is a little dated, but the implications are still the same, i think this guy who went crazy was perhaps pushed in more ways than one...
The technology into this only gets more sophisticated as time goes on...
http://www.deepblacklies.co.uk/remote_b ... nology.htm
the link is not coming out the way i hoped, for some reason it should read remote_behavioral_technology
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