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Before the hack attack on the forum we had an ongoing long term thread called "Empty Hollow Eyes". It was basically just a thread posting  photos of people with empty hollow eyes.

 

Now is a good time to reinstate it.

 

 

Ladies & Gentlemen here is the Empty Hollow Eyes of the new BBC Chairman Richard Sharp;

 

 

 

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The psychology term is "mimicry". I delved into it a lot. Normal people use facial muscle movement and eye expression during communication. I notice women are a bit more reactive than men. Most basic is the smile. People smile a lot when they're supposed to smile. They move their eyes or knit their brows. Voice modulation rises and falls. You would notice none of this if you're normal. Mimicry is taken for granted. However, in psychology we know some people have "low mimicry". This is due to emotional deficit. The emotions don't interact or respond as normal so the face of the individual is almost a mask. Eyes may appear vacant and voice is monotone. Such is typical with schizphrenia or psychopathy, however I should stress neither disorder is "bad" or destined to bring about criminal behaviour. It's a personality deviation from normality. To read a person through mimicry needs great care. Recently some American psychologists claimed to have diagnosed President Putin through is supposed lack of mimicry and expression. I had to totally disagree. I noticed Putin shows a lively, engaged expression and pretty much normal. In fact, I rarely observe emotional deficit at a clinical level.

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The common term is vacant, the kind of look a small child has when it has no idea what's going on around it and is waiting to be told what to do by an adult.

 

Literally no will of their own, at the behest of their superiors.  The worst kind of puppet, willing to do anything to please.

 

Good Boy 🐶

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She looks tired... Why are Politicians so danmed ugly. I wouldn't want to fuck a single one of them or watch any of them get fucked for that matter.

 

The fact that they're all undesirable must have something to do with their desire for power and status. People who fuck are generally not that insecure.

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On 1/6/2021 at 9:21 PM, Shining-one said:

The psychology term is "mimicry". I delved into it a lot. Normal people use facial muscle movement and eye expression during communication. I notice women are a bit more reactive than men. Most basic is the smile. People smile a lot when they're supposed to smile. They move their eyes or knit their brows. Voice modulation rises and falls. You would notice none of this if you're normal. Mimicry is taken for granted. However, in psychology we know some people have "low mimicry". This is due to emotional deficit. The emotions don't interact or respond as normal so the face of the individual is almost a mask. Eyes may appear vacant and voice is monotone. Such is typical with schizphrenia or psychopathy, however I should stress neither disorder is "bad" or destined to bring about criminal behaviour. It's a personality deviation from normality. To read a person through mimicry needs great care. Recently some American psychologists claimed to have diagnosed President Putin through is supposed lack of mimicry and expression. I had to totally disagree. I noticed Putin shows a lively, engaged expression and pretty much normal. In fact, I rarely observe emotional deficit at a clinical level.

 

hmmm interesting

 

what do you think of this article?

 

https://speakertoanimals.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/neurodivergent-worlds/

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I sort of disagree with this

 

If you watch David Cameron during PMQs, he has a sense of humour and is full of life and jokes around a lot. He has a strange youthfulness to him too. 

He didn't seem psychopathic as others.

 

Compare that to Blair or Brown.

 

 

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12 hours ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

 

 

I sort of disagree with this

 

If you watch David Cameron during PMQs, he has a sense of humour and is full of life and jokes around a lot. He has a strange youthfulness to him too. 

He didn't seem psychopathic as others.

 

Compare that to Blair or Brown.

 

 

 

His eyes tell a different story.

 

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7 hours ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

His eyes tell a different story.

 

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he looks shockingly similar to my father. scarily similar actually.

 

someone said I look like prince william too. these similarities have me a bit worried.

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These so called dead eyed pictures suck. Check the real.

 

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I still think he's Joe Pesci's even more evil twin.

 

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And just for fun.... A Racoon Dog, neither Racoon or Dog but twice a viscous.

 

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No really viscous....

 

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And you thought it was cute. Point being everyone has a dark side and everyone takes a bad photo.

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The draining of the life force....

 

They say Presidents age 10 years. Politics is unhealthy. The constant deception, insincerity, uncertainty and basically stress literally kills them. It was recently proven that stress kills.

 

I know, we already knew that but the actual biological processes that stress induces within the body have now been elucidated. As Christ said the 'spirit be made flesh', thus ones thoughts and feelings effect the body.

 

So if the wages of sin is death, if the spirit be made flesh and if stress kills then it's obvious why certain people who do certain things seem to age far quicker than others.

 

There's a very interesting flip side to this equation and that is if one was to live a sin free and holy good life, would they be sustained by spirit and live well beyond their years. I like to believe so.

 

If the wages of sin is death then surely the wages of grace must be life.

 

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