125 New York narcissists call the Trump black.

 

What do you do if you believe Donald Trump is a narcissist?

 

Why you organize a march, aka SJW parade, designed to bring attention to this festering conviction.  You also bring attention to yourself, and your pitiful professional organization as well.  For no one understands a narcissist better than an over-degreed narcissist;  a smug vile group of supercilious “shrinks” exudes the stench  of narcissism like no other.

 

 

They’re not nuts about Trump.

 

Some 125 psychologists and other mental health professionals marched along lower Broadway Saturday to demand that President Trump be thrown out of office, based on a constitutional clause allowing presidents to be ousted when their cabinets decide they are ” unable to discharge the powers and duties” of their job.

 

“We can sense the power of Trump’s underlying fear that he is worthless and weak by how intensely he resists and retaliated against any criticism,” said Harry Segal, a Cornell University psychologist.

 

“No matter how minor, he can’t let anything go.”

 

Michelle Golland, also a clinical psychologist, agreed.

 

“We’re actually suffering from his narcissistic personality,” she said. “He has no empathy. You can feel it, the way he spoke about the San Juan mayor… She has PTSD and our president mistreats her. She is re-victimized. That is a narcissist.”

 

The marchers, dressed in black and wearing red plastic strips around their necks reading “Danger,’’ were led by psychologist Peter Fraenkel of City College, who carried a drum and beat out a funereal rhythm.

 

 

 

 

 

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Jimmy Kimmel, archetypal Leftist, selectively defines when his BS is…not.

 

Gotta love these Hollywood types.

 

They proselytize their leftist tropes and yammer incessantly with all the elite coastal condescension and self-righteousness they can muster, but when their words conflict with their actions, they suddenly withhold their idiocy under the guise of dignity.

 

They have no dignity. Sleazeballs like Jimmy Kimmel feel no compunction about rallying around the pulpit of leftist righteousness when it comes to self-defining the temperature of American culture, but when it hits a little too close to home, they clam up.

 

 

 

 

 

Kimmel weakly explained his reluctance to comment on Harvey Weinstein & Scandal.  In fact, he blathered on nonsensically in a rambling fit of avoidance that gives me a headache.

 

 

 

“First of all, the Harvey Weinstein thing, people like this false equivalence of that’s somehow equivalent to what happened in Las Vegas. 

 

Kimmel also said that he fears ‘gun nuts’ angry about him being outspoken about the Las Vegas shooting will “try to take any comedy bit I did out of context and use it as some kind of proof’ that he is doesn’t speak up for women.”

 

 

Huh?

 

Less confounding are his words as spelled out in the Daily Mail’s headline.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kimmel has no problem assuming our cultural conscience when he’s speaking about Donald Trump.  But if it concerns a sexually-crazed Democratic Hollywood bigwig, he pleads the Fifth.  For Hollywood Libs, selective amnesia gives way to selective idealism.  Otherwise known as hypocrisy.

 

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British man traveling in India indeed only lives once.

 

That bucket list, mid-life “live it up” frivolous mentality that drives people to desperately don global travel as a spiritual salve is ridiculous.  Traveling is overrated, and worn as an ostentatious badge of accomplishment, is dubious, exhausting and expensive. I have nothing against travel, per se, but the motivation behind it that many First Worlders enlist baffles me. I truly feel sad for Roger Stotesbury and his unfortunate end, but his death is illustrative of that void that drives modern man to flail for the sake of flailing while calling it “adventure.” And sometimes the most mundane predilections draw us deeper into the glum abyss.

 

Did it need to be this way?

 

 

 

A British man has died after falling from the second floor of an Indian temple.

 

Roger Stotesbury was on the final leg of a “middle-aged gap year” trip with his wife when he fell about 30ft (nine metres) on Friday.

 

Local reports said Stotesbury, from Buckingham near Oxford, was trying to take a selfie at a temple in Orchha, about 160 miles south of the Taj Mahal.

 

However, this has been disputed by his family, who said he had just finished taking some shots of the scenery and had put his iPad down on a ledge before the incident happened.

 

The Times of India said he was “standing almost on the edge of a wall on the second floor of the temple” when he fell.

 

 

 

Writing on their blog, Our Middle Aged Gap Year, the couple said they had decided to embark on the round-the-world trip because “you only live once”.

 

Introducing themselves, they wrote: “We are Hilary and Roger, a married couple from England/Scotland who are in their mid fifties. Hilary’s motto is ‘just do it’ whilst Roger’s is ‘to die young as late as possible’.

 

 

 

Sometimes “late” turns out to be earlier than you wanted and all the diversions in the world will not help ward off the lights of the train racing through the tunnel toward your dashing figure.

 

 

 

Roger Stotesbury with his wife Hilary

 

 

“We took the view that on your deathbed you never wish you’d spent more time in the office,” the post continues. “We’ve seen our two kids off into the wider world and we have no more caring responsibilities for our parents. So we thought now is the time to take a gap year and travel whilst we still have the health and energy. After all you only live once.

 

“Rather than drift into comfortable retirement we wanted to do something different.”

 

 

 

I’ll say.

 

You only live once.

 

This seems to be the hollow mantra most bored toy adventurers repeat in order to justify the wanton search for “fulfillment,” whatever that word means.

 

The couple started with a two-month tour of Italy before taking in South and North America, Australia and several Asian countries. India was intended to be their final stop…

 

Sometimes your plans tragically pan out.

 

Stay home.  There are vast adventures in your mind if you only peer inward.

 

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