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How To Spot A Potential Killer Wackjob

Check the box if they have:

Had lots of different jobs
Ever been violent at work
Ever been violent, period
A lack of respect for authority
Trouble taking criticism or suggestions
Imagines everyone is out to 'get them' or doesn't "understand them"
Thinks nothing they do is their "fault"; it's everyone else
Holds grudges
Has no friends and/or trouble keeping or making friends
Gets angry all the time over every day, common things
Bigoted or angry views (racist, towards women or certain "types" of people)
An addiction problem (drugs/alcohol, prescriptions, porn, internet, computer games)
An obsession with neatness, events, another person or self-serving habits
Recently or typically acts negative
Finds fault with everything; criticizes to seem superior
Thinks their inappropriate or hostile behavior or attitude is justified; people "deserve it"
Makes excuses for irrational or unacceptable behavior
Threatens 'pay back' towards people they feel wronged by
Spends more and more time isolating themselves
Threatened acts of sabotage at work or against people
Displayed inappropriate emotions in any situation
Been late to work or appointments a lot
Difficulty concentrating
Blows minor incidences out of proportion
Are suspicious that there's some 'motive' directed towards them behind normal things people do or say

1-4: They're OK- everyone's got a right to get pissed off sometimes
5-10 - Oh, not good. This person is insecure as hell and as a result thinks being "angry and vocal" is a form of control, which they feel they don't have. This is their immature way of finding some actual "balls" and hence most of their idea of "mature" follows this warped view of reality they have. Not necessarily dangerous but probably has a hard time getting along with people as they don't get along with themselves.
11-17: Watch out for this one. If they feel they are finally "pushed" or in their imaginary, delusional little world it's finally time for them to "teach everyone a lesson", they're going to snap. A definite candidate for therapy; they show emotional and social problems; both not healthy to be walking around with. They don't grasp that the 'problem' is their own unstable self.
18-25: RUN. This person is most likely suffering from a persecution complex and other psychological problems - they have a very warped head on them. It is a matter of WHEN they snap, not "if". Unless they get help for their narrow egotistical view of reality, it'll just escalate until they lose their grip. Some people who test as being this angry and out of touch with realistic responses are mild/borderline schizophrenic and believe 'their' reality is the only 'right' one; they know better than us all, they know things we're too stupid to understand, they're going to show everyone of us. They usually do, in the morning headlines.
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