You continually tell me that I do not know what paranoid is
I listed all the classic, well known symptoms of paranoia, and u dismissed them
out-of-hand; hence, u must have some DIFFERENT
, personal definition
since u reject
the classic definition.
but you are the one who continually recalls
that your childhood was only happy after
you were given a pistol to carry to school.[Then, I felt serene. David]
1. It was a revolver, not a pistol.
2. It was not a gift; I won it in a poker game.
That began my gun collection.
Your need for a gun is paranoia writ large.
That 's like someone saying that YOUR
need of a lawyer is "paranoia writ large."
In your post, U strongly IMPLY
that danger from crime does not exist;
its only imaginary; a product of delusion.
Ergo, u exhibit symptoms of psychotic
detachment from reality.
Get thee to a psychiatrist.
Note that I have posted MANY TIMES
that I have had plenty of guns since age 8.
I don 't need more guns for personal security.
My desire is that MY FELLOW CITIZENS
be well armed
in defense of their property.
I want to live in an ARMED SOCIETY
whose citizens are bristling with guns,
both concealed and worn openly, everywhere u look.
That is AMERICA
to me. It is Individualist; anti
It supports radical self-reliance, dismissing the collective.
I do not need
more guns for myself. I have enuf of them.
When I have acquired guns in recent years,
it has been in the same spirit
as an antique car collector who adds exhibits,
or when I add another $10 gold piece
to my coin collection.