Friday, January 22, 2016

Lance Armstrong




If you watch the crime TV shows, the Narcissist criminals always push too far and metaphorically try to steal more than they can carry. Like Lance Armstrong. They say if he had never returned to cycling that seventh time he could have kept his prize money and his endorsement contracts and rode off into the sunset. But someone dangled that one extra carrot  and he just couldn't walk away. The same with the people who commit horrific crimes. They always marry some chump and believe that they should get his estate and then take life insurance policies out on the guy. Then kill him in an impossible way and tell authorities a story that no one could believe and by the time they realize how implausible it is, they have to keep telling it over and over and they end up going to prison forever. Like my mother. She fobbed the lie that her accomplice was saving her from being raped by the guy that ended up in prison. 

12 comments:

Judith said...

Lol.

mulderfan said...

A bit like the old man, dishing out abuse, escalating, escalating, then with the encouragement of the NGC, accusing me of forging POAs so I could steal his so-called "money". An accusation so ludicrous that I finally walked for good.

q1605 said...

Actually compared to most Narcissist he was quite predictable.

q1605 said...

Armstrong was a textbook narcissist who got so much supply that it created a juggernaut of endless demand. He wrecked careers and the families of people close to him. I like his story because it really illustrates the lengths N's go to to not be discovered. Much like my mother he could look people in the face and lie his fucking ass off and even when everyone knew he was lying just ramped it up. One guy was talking about deposing him which puts a person under the same obligation of truth as if they were in a court of law and said He knew he was lying and I knew he was lying
and I knew he knew he was lying and he knew that I knew and I know that he knew I knew. Which just about describes my last conversation with my mother. Get her dead to rights just brings you more lies. And when we had exhausted her credibility she turned to the next person in line and started the game all over again

Five Hundred Pound Peep said...

Yeah you think if the guy just stayed away not wanting attention he would have gotten away with it all. As I and husband discuss among ourselves the sharks are always swimming and even they slip up or run into a bigger shark. The way you describe your mother lying is the same exact for mine. She never would admit nothing or one apology in her entire life, just move on to the next chump. She's got 25 plus idiots entranced, but some manage to do it to thousands like Lance Armstrong.

Five Hundred Pound Peep said...

Mulderfan That sucks your NF accused you of stealing money. Actually you probably were owed it for real for all the caretaking. I had a friend whose dementia filled mother called the cops on her for stealing money, at least this one got a real inheritance later but she sold out 43 years of her life for it. Her main emotion when her mother died was RELIEF, but she had gotten her into a assisted living home by then.

q1605 said...

I would say it's projection. My mother knew she couldn't be trusted so she didn't trust others. My mother didn't accuse me of stealing but implied it so thoroughly It insulted me. I guess I should have taken her for every dime while I had the chance. If anybody was setting her up like a bowling pin it would have been her rent a daughter and my ex wife.

q1605 said...

It's unsettling to have someone call you a liar when you witnessed what they did. I mentioned my mother's well documented murder and she told me it didn't happen. How do you make your case when they lie like that? They are lying and you know it and they know you know and they know that you know that they know. Just typing that is giving me a head ache.

q1605 said...

I am curious about the house of cards my ex has built by now. There are a lot of people who know my mother for what she is and was. Hell my ex in-laws lived in Dallas and remember all the hub bub from the sixties. So they know their daughter feathered her nest with blood money. Unless she doesn't tell anybody/anything. She told my mothers neighbors that she called me and my sister the day my mother died. It might have been on a Tuesday but it was 4 months later. I'm glad she hogged everything up. It saves me from dealing with the IRS etc etc and I would have given every last cent to spend a couple of hours with my father. Even if was just to give him a "I could have had a V-8" smack to his head.

q1605 said...

The way they talk about Lance at the end was a less specific account of people LIKE Lance that just can't push away from the trough. I think they said Lance lying and using drugs under the noses of everybody was him living. He didn't feel alive unless he was running a scam but he rolled that dice one last time and it bit him on the ass.

Five Hundred Pound Peep said...

Yes lots of projections. They will project the evil they do on to other people and scapegoats. Yes it's sickening she has to know it's blood money, well maybe she kept her mouth shut and told no one anything. Sick she lied saying she informed you right away but it was 4 months later. They keep secret what they want to, to screw everyone over. Understand regarding your father. Also some people should wonder why an ex-wife inherited everything instead of a son and will know your mother was a big sicko over that one alone. Of course the freaks and creeps stay "friends" with ex-spouses in my family crap show. I've never been divorced but if I ever had been, that brand of disloyalty would have pissed me off beyond belief. My mother even still sends Christmas cards to one girlfriend an uncle broke up with in the 1980s or did in the years before I went NC.

q1605 said...

A good rule of thumb is to listen to what they scream loudest about because it's probably what they are guilty of. I wouldn't doubt if my ex didn't tell a soul about what she did. She hates to look as shiftless and as sorry as she really is.