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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 07:10:49 AM »
They hate themselves thru you.
Yes, The Narcissist
Hates You


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzwFk9LzU6A
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 07:01:51 AM »
Of course they constantly act as the "victim" and constantly claim you're the villain. Because  "You are only rebellious in the eyes of those who can't manipulate or control you."
Why The Narcissist HATES
You! Personalities Narcissists
Do Not Like Whatsoever!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRKm_M3ZKJk
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The Round Table / Re: The FAILURE FILES. A Ron Tello Studios Production
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 04:37:56 AM »


Loser.
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 03:38:55 AM »
:tello: "Whilst I was Channel Surfing, I found this Jem of a Psycho Narc on the move."

:smee!: :sniper:         :rofl: :lmao:                       :duckling: I blame the mother...
The Strangler - Official Trailer |
 1964

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLm2HhhnlA0

Storyline

Leo Kroll, a lab technician in a large unnamed city, is responsible for the strangulation murders of several young nurses. He feels that in some twisted way, he is getting back at his overbearing shrew of a mother. Leo also kills the nurse who is taking care of his mother in the rest home she is staying at. As a result, Mrs. Kroll dies from a heart attack. He also kills an arcade worker whom he feels can identify him.
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@searchforthestrangler5034
9 months ago (edited)
A fine movie made at the time when the real Strangler had still not been captured in Boston.
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Buono Showcase
dougdoepke12 May 2013

It's a Buono showcase. His restrained portrait of an unattractive, mother-hating serial killer is a grabber. No wonder he loathes his bed-ridden mom. Obviously, she's brow-beaten him his whole life, taking what little self-esteem he ever had.

Now, at thirty, he lumbers around like a fat rhino among sleek gazelles, picking off single women one-by-one and leaving cheap arcade dolls in their place.

Somehow in his twisted mind, however, she won't stay dead. No matter how many times he kills her, there she is back again in her bed, making whining demands. He's almost a figure of pity as much as loathing, and it's to actor Buono's credit that he manages to create the difficult mix.

I like the cops here, especially Sgt. Clyde (Barron). They come across more like real cops than the usual. At the same time, their interviews with suspect Kroll (Buono) are little gems of thrust and parry. Director Topper films in straightforward fashion, without the sinister lighting that might be expected, but with good judicious use of close-up.

This is not a slasher-type movie. In fact, despite the lurid material, the movie comes across more like a dark psychological study than a horror film, thanks mainly to Buono's shrewdly calculated performance and Topper's refusal to play up the violence.
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FEATURED REVIEW
6/10


Forgotten Thriller

This low budget effort with Victor Buono ought to be some sort of cult classic but somehow has fallen off the radar. While not quite a proto-slasher, the film's protagonist has several of the tropes that distinguish the genre: psycho-sexual disfunction with an Oedipal basis; social awkwardness/sexual frustration with the opposite sex, and a kinky fetish, this time out for carnival-prize dolls.

No blood or gore (that's why the film is called "The Strangler" instead of "The Slasher"), but there is an approach to the sexual element of what Buono's character does that must have been daring at the time: Buono's climaxing as he undresses one of the dolls he won at the arcade is no less shocking for the fact that we only see his reaction in close up from the neck up.

There's also a police procedural element that gives the hint of a giallo, although the film hardly suggests that genre in style or design. An intriguing character study of a disturbed individual operating in broad daylight that deserves a bigger audience than it has.


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The Round Table / Re: The FAILURE FILES. A Ron Tello Studios Production
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 02:38:34 AM »
:sam2gun:
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 02:36:54 AM »
:sam2gun:
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The Round Table / Re: The FAILURE FILES. A Ron Tello Studios Production
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 02:26:47 AM »
:tello: "Let's begin the festivities with another shot at Elko County, Nevada. I'm not done with them."

Being a Criminal in Elko County Pays

Being a burglar in Elko county is a high paying job with little or no personal risk.
Ya, there might be a risk of having a landowner/homeowner shoot you, but being caught by law enforcement does not appear to be a risk at all.

Recently some of my family members had their shop broken into and during the burglary a vehicle was set on fire and a pistol was stolen along with a side by side, a 4-wheeler, and countless tools.

They called the Sheriff's department and requested an officer to come out and take a statement, begin an investigation, and follow up with attempting to catch the criminals. We were all assuming that meant getting fingerprints, doing an arson investigation, investigate possible suspects, and protect the victim. They collected a statement, nothing else.

The suspects are known to the officers/detectives, yet they have done nothing to interview, question or obtain search warrants for their residence. The way these type of cases work from the Sheriff's office point of view is "We will have to wait until we catch them redhanded". That is a scary proposition. What if next time they accomplish their goal and burn the entire house down with victims inside?

Crime is on the rise, drug activity is on the rise, victims are on the rise in large numbers across Elko County, and from where I sit, not much is being done to get these criminals off the street. All the while the victim sits alone and scarred waiting for something to happen. They have now armed themselves to protect their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness while the criminal walks free without fear of being held accountable.

I get up every day to go to work to earn a paycheck, medical benefits for me and my kids, and pay taxes for a sense of security and community. Maybe it's time to quit my job, get on government subsistence, get free health care and take what I want when I want it. Then maybe I will have the freedom that the criminals in this county get handed to them.
-Scott Stewart
[Published in the Opinion section of the Elko Daily Free Press 8/30/14]


Source: https://www.ozroundtable.com/index.php?topic=8284.msg719686#msg719686
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 01:16:08 AM »
Only victims of narcissistic abuse will truly understand, and even we are shaking our heads in disbelief. We get it and yet we don’t. It’s truly unbelievable the new lows these people will go to.
Narcissists Have
No Limits


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mRK2f99eF0
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 01:02:25 AM »
The only way to win the game is to stop playing
Stop Letting Narcissists
Destroy Your Peace


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZHZ6sR3PdE
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The Round Table / Re: Tales From The Narc Side
« Last post by tellomon on June 22, 2024, 12:51:54 AM »
Top 10 Behaviors and Traits of The FEMALE Narcissist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mNsvKgZxHQ



@decipher8057
29 minutes ago
Stop talking about my mom.


@kristinaprice8727
1 hour ago
You nailed my mum.

@kristinaprice8727
1 hour ago
Entitled to take your life as she gave it.
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