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Can a diagnosed sociopath abandon his natural instinct? He uses several names but never his own since his death twelve years ago. Others have labeled him as a sociopath and he accepts that term and credits the sociopathy for his business success. Although he wants to change and be like normal people, he believes only the perfect woman can make that happen. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The Price of Normal (The Killing People series) (The Killing People series Book 2) (1)


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CHAPTER 1

KILLING PEOPLE wasnt a choice for me anymore
than breathing, eating or drinking were

options.
Realistically, I have no other course of action
available to me because of my

gen
etic makeup. Ive been tested. They say Ive got
the warrior gene.
Tha
ts me, alright. The warrior. Warrior or not,
Ive learned to mask aberrant behaviors

amid only exhibit
standard, acceptable practices. In my opinion,
nature made me the way I

am and nature can damn well provide for my
needs. On the flip side, what others often

referred to as a
personality disorder has actually contributed to
my business success over


the years. A fair
trade-off as far as Im concerned.

Know what I find fascinating? Football.
Not pro football or semi-pro. High school
football.
Nothing
compares to Friday night football, especially in
a small Texas town. Most folks

who attend the games say they come for
the beauty of the sport. What beauty? A bunch

of testosterone-filled
teenagers, dressed out in form-enhancing pads,
scoring points on a



weaker
opponent?
Perhaps
the beauty lies in the loss of brain cells after
a punishing tackle snaps a players

kull with such force the
brain bounces around from side-to-side, front to
back, scrambling
it
like a fluffy omelet. Ive heard it said beauty
is in the eye of the beholder. Sure, if the


dum
b bastard has any vision left after a brutal
impact.
Trust
me, I know a thing or two about brutality and
blurred vision. In her heyday, mv

mother could land a
right hook worthy of title boxing. I have the
damage to prove it. Too

bad that freak accident in the garage took Mom
out of commission. She couldve been a




contender.

When I was younger, the
injuries were an embarrassment to me. A mark of
shame for not being
the
kind of son mv mother wanted. As a kid, I felt
like a failure. As a grown man, I wear the scars
as
a badge of honor for
having survived the war. The war of mv childhood.

Guess vou can say Im a
veteran. One could logically assume that football
crowds erupt into cheers

at the slightest provocation simply because
the cool autumn nights bring a welcome relief
from



the stifling summer heat.



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