|Maru - 2013-05-16 |
oh boy oh boy oh boy
|Discordia - 2013-05-16 |
"what would you do if you woke up with a groggy head, metallic taste in your mouth, in a strangers house... walked to the mirror and seen come dripping from the side of your face from your mouth, and started wretching, realizing that someone had drugged, raped, and blown their fuckin load in you? what would you do?"
Doesn't seem to be very good at choosing who helps him out.
One of the commenters on the BoingBoing article, who apparently has experience with people with Reactive Attachment Disorder, thinks that Kai is exhibiting many of the symptoms. One of the more fascinating is the propensity to describe past experiences in present terms, or as if they just happened.
When Kai talks about being drugged and raped, it may very well be that he's referring to an experience in his past where he was drugged and raped, not something recent. The association of this chickenhawk, who maybe caressed his thigh, with the one that raped him outright is enough to justify the same scale of response.
Because of the disassociated view inculcated in him by past abuse and neglect from caregivers, it's a simple thing for him to generalize people like this. Having never learned of his own inherent and individual worth, it becomes an elusive thing for him to perceive in others; one person of a certain type is easily conflated with some other person who superficially fits the same category.
I don't think he's telling the truth. I think God gives you one skull to righteously cave in during your lifetime, and after that you're just being greedy.
He's gotta be telling the truth. A crazy, hatchet-wielding homeless guy with a history of violent outbursts just HAPPENS to murder an innocent old man he just had sex with? It doesn't add up.
I'm not saying I have no doubts about his innocence. I'm just saying we're all talking out of our asses here.
Also, I think if you live as a homeless hitchhiker who depends on the charity of strangers you may encounter more crazy (potentially skull bashing) situations in your life than your regular 9-5 office worker.
Considering he has met hundreds of new people in just the last few months (thanks to his internet popularity) and hasn't murdered the vast majority of them he seems to have shown great restraint.
|mouser - 2013-05-16 |
From hero to scumbag in 3 months.
Menudo con queso
I like how he "became a hero", like it was some divine transmogrifying transmutation.
In the manga, Goku became a super-saiyan by beating a pimp to death with a claw hammer.
|bopeton - 2013-05-16 |
|Maggot Brain - 2013-05-17 |
I knew it. When I first saw that guy I said to my self "The next time we see that guy he's going to be involved with a murder."
|urbanelf - 2013-05-17 |
Smash! Smash! Suh-MASHH!!!
|SolRo - 2013-05-17 |
How far the brunin-ji have fallen
|Koda Maja - 2013-05-17 |
Try not reading the news off your goddamn phone next time.
|The Mothership - 2013-05-17 |
so Phil basically broke one of the the first rules of journalism and that is not assigning guilt to a suspect.
|cognitivedissonance - 2013-05-17 |
This is what you all get for doubting the ascendency of Photogenic Runner. Oh, forgive them, for they know not what they do. How may we appease they wrath, o Photogenic Runner?
|chumbucket - 2013-05-17 |
When does the graphic novel come out?
|EvilHomer - 2013-05-17 |
Postmodern Raskolnikov is looking a little worse for wear.
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