A few days ago Conrad tells me that I am the “highest maintenance person” he knows. Don’t know what it means. Sounds grand.
Some minutes ago I receive from him (in response to my “On the Narrow”):
“To cut the topic to the bone, I think that abuse doesn’t particularly bother you, I think that people not paying attention to you does.
Is yours a derivative personality? Does your well-being, your substance, require our presence?”
Yes, Conrad, let’s employ the boning knife:
Over the last eighteen months or so you, Conrad, have accused me of many things. Not least that I am liar. A liar. Whatever you say, Conrad. Whatever you say. You have also diagnosed me as borderline psychotic. Whatever you say.
Let’s concentrate on your last pronouncement: “Abuse does not bother you”. No, Con, it doesn’t. Keep going, Conrad. Put it to the test.
“I think that people not paying attention to you does [bother you].” Apply leverage here, Con: People ARE paying attention to me. Wonder why. Don’t you? It’s whyI am laughing all the way home to my EGO bank, isn’t it, Con? And no, it doesn’t bother me in the least if someone doesn’t [pay me attention] since, all my life, I have had more than my fill. Question: Why do YOU [pay attention to me]?
“Is yours a derivative personality?” Conrad, I can’t answer your question. I do not know what a ‘derivative personality” is.
You ask: “Does your well-being, your substance, require our presence?” No, it doesn’t.