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Brian Bordelon Thesis: Insanity is foolishness but also willingness to do something that others are not, or when you become a danger to yourself or others Insanity is when you eventually become a danger to yourself or others. When someone is so upset about something they start to throw things all over the place and it could hit someone. Some one that is willing to do things that others are not are willing to. Someone that is foolish or not the sharpest tool in the shed. Insanity is not some one that is crazy over one thing, for someone to be insane they must do that one thing over and over. When a person gets to the point when they are too crazy that they are danger to themselves and others, then they are insane. When people are saying I’m not gunna do that, and then someone else does it they
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Unformatted text preview: could be considered to be insane. People that do not have that much common sense or they just act stupid Insanity is not being crazy or a mad man, insanity would be when you become a danger to yourself or to others. So when people are not willing to go the extra mile, but someone else does help the person pick up the books they dropped, they did go the extra mile then they could be considered insane. Some people are book smart but they are not common sense smart so they could be seen as insane. bLet’s pretend that a man gets arrested for ba±ery and is thrown in jail, that does not make him insane, what does make him insane is that when he is let free he goes on a shoo²ng spree or he commits another crime expec²ng a diFerent result. That is when someone becomes insane....
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