Strange answers to the psychopath test | Jon Ronson

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Is there a definitive line that divides crazy from sane? With a hair-raising delivery, Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, illuminates the gray areas between the two. (With live-mixed sound by Julian Treasure and animation by Evan Grant.)




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Plot twist: He's Tony. Jon actually did go to the bar, and Tony killed him, and assumed his identity.

Author — Rivanna Laslavic

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If only it ended with: "I'm Tony" - BLACKSCREEN


Jeez this is my first (almost) 1k comment, thank you guys🥳

Author — Mxxx pxxx

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"The grey area is were you find the complexity, the truth, the humanity." Beautiful quote.

Author — Jake Waugh

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That hit pretty close. I Imagine a psychopath never cried themselves to sleep, that simplifies the test a bit.

Author — Human

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...are the sounds stressing anyone else out? Why would they add those??

Author — Bridget Gonyeau

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OKAY I'M FINALLY WATCHING IT ARE YOU HAPPY YOUTUBE ALGORITHM?

Author — Jack Geiger

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It appears a lot of people missed the point of this. This story was neither pro-psychiatry or anti-psychiatry. He masterfully threw in cultural tidbits that created our own bias'. I see Psychologists here blasting this...just a heads up, your own bias kept you from realizing in the end, he did not trust Tony (declined invite for a drink) and it appeared he began to wonder if he, himself, was conned by Tony.

The reality is that this is the art of masterful storytelling utilizing our conscious, subconscious, and senses to all react completely different.

Author — Jeffrey Hanson

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Most important to me is this journalist admitting that he took the bits that backed up how he wanted his story to look and left out anything that contradicted it. It takes a good person to admit that.

Author — Neal Teitelbaum

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"It's a lot harder to convince people you're sane than to convince people you're crazy." I fell that on a spiritual level.

Author — ʕ ꈍᴥꈍʔ

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Who puts a biography of ted bundy in a prison??

Author — Emily Herbert

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About the bomb-sniffing bees: he wasn't wrong.

Author — cat do a scream haha cat funny

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This guy Needs to do Audiobooks His Voice is so soothing I Love it

Author — Chris Mik's World

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Reminds me of a story about a man who was visiting a friend in a psychiatric hospital. He couldn't find the right ward when he spotted a man watering the garden and asked for directions. The man gave him the information and then said "I'm actually a patient here, you can see that I'm quite normal, could you put in a good word for me, because I don't really belong here." The visitor agreed to do so, then turned away to walk off. Suddenly he was hit in the back of the head with a brick, and the man said "Don't forget now!"

Author — Jack Frost

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"Grandiose sense of self... which would be hard for him to deny because he was standing under a giant oil painting of himself" 😂😂😂

Author — Cheryl Muir

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A book with 374 mental disorders... Find someone that has none of them and watch that number go up to 375.

Author — eiebsrebla

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The background music was very annoying at times.

Author — Tampa John

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Him, “Wait you’re a psychopath.”
Tony- “Always have been”

Author — Ryan Wager

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This talk has been recommended to me since 2012. I watch it today, 26th of August 2020. I give up, algorithm. You're an excellent pesterer.

Author — Perception is Reality

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I would have went, solely based on the fact that he's a very interesting character.

Author — DarjeelingJelly

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Tony: I'm not a psychopath!
Tony's doctor: *That's exactly what a psychopath would say!*

Author — Nathan Waltrip