Characters

  • May 7, 2017

    May 7, 2017
    Fake Times 1. Patient Donald T illustrates one of the dangers of lying repeatedly - you begin to believe your own lies and sink deeper into a world of delusion.

  • May 6, 2017

    May 6, 2017
    Fake Times 1. The narcissist becomes dependent on the false adulation supplied by sycophants and manipulators as suffered here by patient Donald T.

  • May 14, 2017

    May 14, 2017
    Fake Times 2. The authoritarian will only believe what he wants to hear and will only hear what he wants to believe as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • May 13, 2017

    May 13, 2017
    Fake Times 2. The narcissist’s belief in his own infallibility precludes self awareness of shortcomings that would embarrass others as seen in patient Donald T.

  • May 24, 2017

    May 24, 2017
    Fake Times 3. Patient Donald T trades classified information like baseball cards unaware that his ignorance of the subject puts him at a disadvantage

  • May 23, 2017

    May 23, 2017
    Fake Times 3. The publicity and controversy surrounding patient Donald T’s leak of intel to the Russians takes precedence in the egoist’s mind

  • June 4, 2017

    June 4, 2017
    Fake Times 4. The fantasies of the delusional mind often directly counter reality in order to escape from it as those of patient Donald T attest.

  • June 3, 2017

    June 3, 2017
    Fake Times 4. The narcissist’s inability to feel shame or embarrassment crops up frequently as displayed in patient Donald T’s illogic.

  • 6/11/17

    6/11/17
    Fake Times 5. Delusory patient Donald T has substituted fantasy for reality so thoroughly that what begins as false immediately becomes true internally.

  • 6/10/17

    6/10/17
    Fake Times 5. With no interest in self improvement the narcissist leaves details such as words, dates, ideas, ethics and concepts up to others.

  • 6/18/17

    6/18/17
    Fake Times 6. Authoritarians like patient Donald T must be told only what they want to hear whether or not it corresponds to reality.

  • 6/17/17

    6/17/17
    Fake Times 6. Practiced pathological liars like patient Donald T often use a reverse logic that sounds reasonable but is actually false.

  • 6/25/27

    6/25/27
    Fake Times 7. The narcissist believes his own self-delusions no matter how clear evidence to the contrary is as seen in patient Donald T.

  • 6/24/17

    6/24/17
    Fake Times 7. Once the self-delusion is accepted as fact, the mind attempts to deal with it logically as shown by patient Donald T’s illogic.

  • 7/2/17

    7/2/17
    Fake Times 8. Con men like patient Donald T relish the idea of “getting away with” or “getting over on” as normal people enjoy honesty.

  • 7/1/17

    7/1/17
    Fake Times 8. The greater the lie the greater the lengths the liar will go to cover it up as textbook illustration by patient Donald T shows.

  • 7/9/17

    7/9/17
    Fake Times 9. The authoritarian demands praise for all thoughts and deeds, right or wrong, as patient Donald T demonstrates with self adulation.

  • 7/8/17

    7/8/17
    Fake Times 9. Once again fantasy replaces reality in the delusional mind of a narcissist like patient Donald T.

  • 7/16/17

    7/16/17
    Fake Times 10. The authoritarian personality believes its own lies and fantasies as exhibited by increasingly desperate patient Donald T.

  • 7/15/17

    7/15/17
    Fake Times 10. The free flow of information is anathema to the totalitarian as controlling patient Donald T plots.

  • 7/23/17

    7/23/17
    Fake Times 11. The autocrat with money and power will spend it all reenforcing his fragile ego as patient Donald T demonstrates once again.

  • 7/22/17

    7/22/17
    Fake Times 11. I’m no mind reader but I might imagine that patient Donald T were thinking something other than he was showing me.

  • 7/30/17

    7/30/17
    Fake Times 12. Patient Donald T speaks only in superlatives because the self image he creates in his mind is never less than superb.

  • 7/29/17

    7/29/17
    Fake Times 12. As with everything else in patient Donald T’s imaginary world the size of the audience is unrealistically large.

  • 8/6/17

    8/6/17
    Fake Times 13. The demagogue’s belief that he is superior to the rest of humanity is what brings him down as patient Donald T will discover.

  • 8/5/17

    8/5/17
    Fake Times 13. Personality disorders are formed at an early age and are incurable as narcissistic patient Donald T has clearly demonstrated.

  • 8/13/17

    8/13/17
    Fake Times 14. The narcissistic personality disorder like that of patient Donald T demands praise at all times under all circumstances.

  • 8/12/17

    8/12/17
    Fake Times 14. Once ignited the fevered self-reverential fantasies of patient Donald T will maintain only the thinnest connection to reality.

  • 8/20/17

    8/20/17
    Fake Times 15. The racist temperament of patient Donald T appears to spring both from nurture and nature given his father’s well known racism.

  • 8/19/17

    8/19/17
    Fake Times 15. With age and unchecked the delusional mind as with patient Donald T begins to believe it’s own fantasies to be objectively real.

  • 8/27/17

    8/27/17
    Fake Times 16. There is no success or triumph that patient Donald T has not achieved in his own diseased, delusional and egotistical mind.

  • 8/26/17

    8/26/17
    Fake Times 16. Once inside the delusional mind of patient Donald T fantasy becomes fact and always self aggrandizing fictional fact.

  • 9/3/17

    9/3/17
    Fake Times 17. Patient Donald T makes it easy for himself to live in his own diseased fantasy world by demanding fake physical proof of it.

  • 9/2/17

    9/2/17
    Fake Times 17. Pretending to care is much harder than lying for patient Donald T who works hardest at creating a false image of himself.

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