I find it amusing to no end that such a group was created. Why would sociopaths conglomerate in a group where, if indeed the majority of the members are other sociopaths, they are constantly attempting to dominate each other through discussing better and better conquests? Additionally, is it so wise for sociopaths to join such a public, labeled group in an age of internet that allows for I.P. tracing and other high technology tracking?
As for meeting/developing a community of others like you - most but not all of the entries are filled with such a horrific mixture of syntactical mistakes and desperation that I feel like, well, damaging those that have dared to tarnish the label of a "sociopath." It disgusts me that this misrepresentation of Antisocial Personality Disorder to the public often leads me to be classified with overly emotional depressed individuals, but on the other hand, you receive my thanks for making it so much easier to mask my personality defects.
Why am I writing this? It is because the stories here have been amusing in the least and useful in the most. It is highly entertaining to see so many individuals claim that they are sociopathic when they are clearly not (it does not matter to me whether you claim to be one or not, but please do not disgrace my condition on an online community where at least spellcheck exists), and useful in the sense that I can learn new excuses for masking certain sociopathic traits of mine. Reverse psychological engineering based on these stories from depressed individuals allows me to accumulate more knowledge and further refine excuses to explain my behavior "quirks." For that reason this community receives both my thanks and reciprocation.
Background information so that this entry is not devalued based on the semantics of experience: I currently attend an elite school in the US. Next year I will work for an elite firm. From this, you should be able to understand that I am right now playing a game for long-term power that stretches far beyond the reach of my immediate friends and family. I was lightly diagnosed with APD after a bloody incident at the age of 5. Experiences that validate this label are irrelevant as I find no pleasure in sharing them on an anonymous online forum without physical interaction and the ability to watch an individual's reaction. I have for the most part been able to channel my violent and sadistic tendencies into healthy outlets. I am extremely involved in the domestic abuse, rape, and suicide prevention movements, though not because I care (that is the standard lie), but because I enjoy being immersed in a world of violence and pain. Living vicariously through survivor stories whets but does not satisfy my appetite for actions that I have learned are troublesome in the long run. But for now, it is enough to play in this way.