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Prosomegaegonosia
A common affliction, rarely diagnosed.

January 14, 2012

Prosomegaegonosia (n): being blind to what is right in front of one's face due to the blocking effect of one's own giant ego.

Aaron Greenspan is the CEO of Think Computer Corporation and author of Authoritas: One Student's Harvard Admissions and the Founding of the Facebook Era. He is the creator of the FaceCash mobile payment system, ThinkLink business management system, and PlainSite legal transparency project.

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June 2, 2012 at 5:31 PM DT

This is the most ironic thing I've ever read on the Internet. You wrote a 300+ page autobiography, whining the entire time about your pathetic houseSystem and annoying everyone you meet, and you think OTHER people have an ego problem? Man, talk about a textbook case of projection. Every single disappointing detail in your sorry story can be attributed to narcissism.

Get over yourself you weasel, and stop suing people that are actually contributing to society.


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Aaron Greenspan (http://www.aarongreenspan.com)
September 22, 2012 at 6:36 AM DT

Hi there,

Well if it isn't cpe-70-123-140-34.austin.res.rr.com. As I recall, you're the same guy (you sound like you're probably a guy) that made a fake Twitter account in my name and used it to communicate with various people while impersonating me. We clearly have different ideas of what constitutes "pathetic."

In any event, please stop. Also keep in mind that your usage of this site is monitored.

Aaron

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