Little Acons – No. 23


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  1. K says:

    Last night I watched footage of the parents who met with Trump to discuss the Florida school shooting and a parent, Mr. Pollack, got up to speak and his body language and the way he spoke reminded me of my lessers. So, I waited and watched, sure enough he gave me a big clue:

    “These are our commodities. I’m never going to see my kid again. I want you all to know that.”

    To be clear, when he used the word commodities, he was referring to the school children and his daughter.

    This was another odd statement that he made about her burial location.

    “She’s not here. She’s not here. She’s in North Lauderdale, at — whatever it is — King David Cemetery.”

    He was a bit dramatic and showy, as well, all these signs are indicative of a potential narcissist.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Commodity is a significant indicator.

      1. K says:

        I concur and I was a bit shocked so I checked the transcript to make sure I heard correctly. SMH.

    2. Somewhere over the rainbow says:

      Dear K,

      I assure you that neither in other languages a child can be considered a “commodity”. This reminds me about a German company considering employees as “ein Stuck”= a peace. That sounds…”encouraging”, translated to my language.

      1. K says:

        Dear Somewhere over the rainbow,

        That does sound encouraging. “A peace” is rather lovely and is the opposite of commodity. Children are not appliances is our world, however, in narc world they are. It is difficult to think about them like that.

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