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#3 - mikepetru
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Used to be a super-villain could get caught without getting his wife ****** by another man...
#20 to #3 - gharshi
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what episode?
what episode?
#22 to #20 - bigjinfinity
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Season 16 episode 10 "Insecurity"
Season 16 episode 10 "Insecurity"
#21 to #20 - anon id: 7ec74174
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Season 16, Episode 10, Insecurity.
User avatar #4 - Lambda
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James Bond would make a great bad guy. I always got the sense that he was only a good guy because it was more convenient for him.
#17 to #4 - anon id: 31da5299
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its serial killer who kills serial killers that would best option for a smart one
#6 - huntergriff
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#14 - grandlordchicken
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"Do you expect me to weigh the moral implications of what I do while strapped to a laser table?"

"No mr. Bond, I expect you to escape, kill me, destroy my plans, and then sleep with the hottest women in the general vaccinity."
User avatar #18 to #14 - admiralen
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thats pretty funny considering he does barely anything in that movie and that he rapes the chick
#1 - anon id: af0b0335
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omg pls someone put that meme of archer goin "wait you dont?"
#2 to #1 - anon id: acfbce90
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hot off the press
User avatar #5 to #1 - DmOnZ
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You ******* selfish twat. I was going to post the picture and now I can't because of your idiocy and complete inability to use google. I hope you're happy, now nobody gets to implement the potential comedy of that goddam picture because YOU ****** up.
#13 to #5 - anon id: dc985d5f
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i'm sorry
User avatar #7 - dehnoobshow
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psychexplain is that the proper definition of Sociopath?
And if that user doesn't exist yet, lordgeneral, you sexy ****, get your ass here.
#9 to #7 - anon id: fe8c9ec0
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Sociopath - a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behaviour.
They tend not to care for others. They use superficial charm to get what they want, they are good at lying as those parts of their brains are atrophied, and when they do bad **** they don't tend to feel shame.
Some people argue that they simply have no moral compass, which I personally think is fairly accurate.

Very basic overview, didn't learn about Sociopaths in uni, just did research my self a couple months ago.
#10 to #9 - dehnoobshow
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Thank you, random Anon.
I read about Commonly misused psychological disorders today, and Sociopath was the second. I just forgot exactly what it was.
So, indeed, James Bond does show some Symptoms.
#11 to #7 - baitdoesnttalkback
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in case anonymous explaintion sounded stupid which it did

sociopath basically lacks empathy. meaning they cant understand other people. they are very selfish in that way because they cant understand why the consequences for other people is bad
User avatar #12 to #11 - dehnoobshow
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The man I mentioned in my spoiler happens to be an expert on that topic.
#19 to #7 - psychoexplain
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An interesting question that does not have a universally accepted answer.

Sociopaths are individuals who lack emotional depth, meaning they are incapable of a number of emotions and feelings, most prominently remorse. As they have difficulty processing emotions many will engage in risk seeking behaviour. Sociopathy falls under the broader spectrum of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) which also includes psychopathy, narcissism, and machiavellism. There is often significant overlap with these disorders.

Sociopaths are characterised by superficial charm, difficulty maintaining long term relationships, lack of remorse, inability to make realistic long term goals, and a general refusal to accept responsibility or blame.

Like all other ASPD type disorders, there is currently no effective psychological treatment of sociopathy.
User avatar #26 to #19 - lesternygaard
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This^
#25 to #19 - derpination
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Are you sure you're not mixing that up with a psychopath? I thought that sociopaths generally didn't take risks, but were more calculating, whereas psychopaths were the guys who got thrills from risk taking... both unable to feel empathy for another person, but sociopathy is strictly environmental, whereas psychopaths have different physical brain patterns?
#30 to #25 - psychoexplain
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Assrocker is correct, you raise an interesting question. Unfortunately there isn't a psychiatric consensus on that due to the fact that there is not a universally recognised definition of a sociopath. Generally speaking they're ASPD sufferers but when you begin comparing it to same spectrum disorders things get hazy.

There are two common definitions that are most subscribed to however.

The first is that sociopathy is a milder form of psychopathy that results in it's sufferer possessing some of the markers of an psychopath, such as a lack of empathy, but in a less acute manner. This could manifest as being extremely insensitive to the feelings of others and having the trademark single mindedness of a full psychopath but not the inability to plan ahead or apply themselves. This theory is commonly held by experts who focus on the behaviour of "white collar" sociopaths such as CEOs or surgeons.

The other theory is that sociopathy is a fourth and distinct ASPD spectrum disorder which arises as a result of a combination of all three "regular" conditions (that's psychopathy, narcassism, and machiavellism. This, in theory, produces a patient who exhibits traits of all conditions, for example, they may lack remorse like a psychopath, be instinctively charming like a narcissist, and naturally manipulative and controlling like a machiavellian. This could be an explanation for the "dark triad" effect that is often found in serial killers and other "sociopathic" criminals and as such is a commonly held theory among criminal profilers and experts who study the criminal mind.

As for the enviroment versus biology question, that's the subject of 1001 essays and papers, each of which draw a different conclusion. In addition, ASPD is a sliding scale so it's very difficult to say.

This is going into a second comment, sorry for the long post.
#32 to #30 - psychoexplain
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For the sake of clarity we'll use an "absolute psychopath" as an example. By that I mean a serial killer, since there is little debate that this is a highly acute ASPD sufferer actually there is, but lets not go there. .

We know from MRI scans that whole portions of serial killers brains are inactive, no surprises are had to learn this is the portion responsible for interpersonal relationships and 'morality'. The reason for this is hotly debated.

The current consensus is that the cause is environmental in combination with "high risk" genes. There is also evidence to suggest a head injury in early life is also necessary.

An interesting footnote is that the stereotype of serial killers enjoying musicals is based in fact as psychopaths, as a result of there shallow emotional depth, are only able to experience normal emotion when confronted with extreme displays, in this case music conveying obvious emotion combined with a full story. In short, a musical is one of the few ways a psychopath can ever truly relate with the experiences of another human being.
#31 to #30 - derpination
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No problem, I find this kind of stuff quite interesting
User avatar #29 to #25 - assrocket
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I don't know why you're thumbed down. That seems like a pretty genuine question.
I don't know anything about it, but I'm pretty sure he meant 'risky behaviour', rather than 'risk-seeking behaviour', implying that they just do things. Not for a thrill. But just because. On the other hand, psychopaths might do risky things for the thrill.

I have no idea about the 'chemical vs environmental' thing though, so I can't help out there. I dunno. I'm not a doctor. I tried.
User avatar #28 - stonetomcat
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In addition, am I the only one who got an urge to play some Goldeneye 007 on the N64 from this?
#27 - stonetomcat
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User avatar #16 - vicecomx
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Kevin Dutton: A Psychological Analysis of James Bond
User avatar #23 to #16 - cognosceteipsum
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BIG THINK! ITT: favourite big think videos
www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEOP2V0sg0E What happens during puberty
www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NPC47qMJVg Will Humanity destroy itself?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3sPsbv3fnY Your Ego and the Cosmic Perspective
User avatar #15 - froggets
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Also, don't forget that getting the James Bond STD is worse than getting AIDs, you sleep with him, 24 hours later, you're dead
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