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Hell's Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga: Some psycho-wisdom...
"The psychopath, like the child, cannot delay the pleasures of gratification; and this trait is one of his underlying universal characteristics. He cannot wait upon erotic gratification which convention demand should be preceded by the chase before the kill: he must _______. He cannot wait upon the development of prestige in society: his egotistic ambitions lead him to leap into headlines by daring performances. Like a ______ thread the predominance of this mechanism for immediate satisfaction runs through the history of every psychopath. It explains not only his behavior but also the violent nature of his acts."
Robert Lindner, Rebel Without a Cause
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