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See if you can pick out Stephen Miller (Original Post) riverwalker Jun 2018 OP
I wouldn't say creepy - but rather, unloved. sandensea Jun 2018 #1
Dead eyed booger eater look lunasun Jun 2018 #2
He's only 32 riverwalker Jun 2018 #7
In the third grade? TheCowsCameHome Jun 2018 #9
What's funny is I didn't doubt it these people are f****** stupid uponit7771 Jun 2018 #13
Yeah I though miller was about 50.... lunasun Jun 2018 #11
Yes. Stunning, isn't it? N/t riverwalker Jun 2018 #14
it sounds like he is on the autism spectrum n/t TexasBushwhacker Jun 2018 #3
I would check the sociopath spectrum first. Midnight Writer Jun 2018 #10
Yup. dhol82 Jun 2018 #33
It sounded that way to me at first, janx Jun 2018 #17
From link: Leghorn21 Jun 2018 #4
What was his home life like? frogmarch Jun 2018 #5
Democratic parents AwakeAtLast Jun 2018 #23
I'd like to know frogmarch Jun 2018 #24
Apparently not, A: Leghorn21 Jun 2018 #31
Very interesting AwakeAtLast Jun 2018 #36
I picked him out right away. smirkymonkey Jun 2018 #6
Nothing in his bio riverwalker Jun 2018 #12
I don't think his parents were liberal Democrats JI7 Jun 2018 #16
I agree..... CatMor Jun 2018 #20
He has the same sort of blank look as Barron. Mrs. Overall Jun 2018 #8
Second from the top, second from the left. Stinky The Clown Jun 2018 #15
As a former elementary school teacher with over 15 years BigmanPigman Jun 2018 #18
hmmmm..... bdamomma Jun 2018 #21
AND he would repeat his lies BigmanPigman Jun 2018 #25
Yikes! Tipperary Jun 2018 #19
got him right away mnmoderatedem Jun 2018 #22
Miller is straight out of a mindhunter episode bronxiteforever Jun 2018 #26
No thanks. Crutchez_CuiBono Jun 2018 #27
The kid in the black shirt just to the right and bellow the tall girl in blue. nt Blue_true Jun 2018 #28
He looks like he just strangled a baby duck. TheCowsCameHome Jun 2018 #29
Actually, he looks depressed to me. nt tblue37 Jun 2018 #30
I substitute teach and one thing I notice every now and then is that some kids are old souls kimbutgar Jun 2018 #32
he looks like the kids in the boys from brazil movie bedazzled Jun 2018 #34
Remember the old movie "The Bad Seed" riverwalker Jun 2018 #35
Reminds me of the movie volstork Jun 2018 #37


(13,539 posts)
4. From link:
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 06:51 PM
Jun 2018
It was difficult to make Stephen laugh. I found him difficult to reach at all, and so, it seemed, did most everyone else. He was frequently distracted, vacillating between total disinterest in everything around him—my stories, of course, included—and complete obsession with highly specific tasks that could only be performed alone.

He especially was obsessed with tape and glue. Along the midpoint of our desk, Stephen laid down a piece of white masking tape, explaining that it marked the boundary of our sides and that I was not to cross it. The formality of this struck me as odd. I was a fairly neat kid, at least at school, and I had never spread my things to his side of the desk. Stephen, meanwhile, could not have been much messier: His side of the desk was sticky and peeling, littered with scraps of paper, misshapen erasers and pencil nubs.

If this adhesive division kept Stephen on his side of the desk, I was all for it, as unfriendly as it seemed. But instead, the tape became an attractive nuisance. Stephen picked at it with his fingernails, methodically, in a mixture of absentmindedness and what seemed like channeled hostility. This process of effacement left a thin layer of sticky grime, not altogether dissimilar from the rest of Stephen’s desk.

Stephen rubbed his fingers over this layer of grime, rolling it into little gray pellets until it, too, was gone. Then he applied a new piece of tape, along with a renewed warning that I was not to cross it. Don’t rinse, but do repeat—for months.


(13,539 posts)
31. Apparently not, A:
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 08:07 PM
Jun 2018

I had read that his parents were liberals, but a second look is not conclusive (March '17):

Although recent media reports have suggested that Miller's parents were liberals typical of the progressive enclave of Santa Monica, members of the Jewish community insist otherwise. Steven Windmueller, a professor of Jewish Communal Service at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion who has known the Millers for many years ("a lovely couple”) says their political leanings align closely with their son's. "They have been and are conservative Republicans," he says. One person acquainted with the Millers says they departed the Santa Monica Synagogue when it became clear they "weren't a good fit" with its reform-minded congregation....

Long article:



(63,221 posts)
6. I picked him out right away.
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 06:53 PM
Jun 2018

What happened to him to make him that way. Was he abused or was he just born like that? Personally, I think Trump was just born an asshole. His parents didn't help things along, but I think his wiring was faulty from the beginning.


(8,694 posts)
12. Nothing in his bio
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:04 PM
Jun 2018

To indicate a problem, born to middle class “Liberal Democrats”. I think he was just wired this way too.


(89,390 posts)
16. I don't think his parents were liberal Democrats
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:07 PM
Jun 2018

There was something posted about his other family which i think actually were Democrats but nit Miller's parents.

I think it was just assumed they were because of where they came from .


(6,212 posts)
20. I agree.....
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:29 PM
Jun 2018

I too think trump was born evil and nothing would change that. He may not have had ideal parents but even they could not control or put up with him. He seemed to have some pretty normal siblings.

Stinky The Clown

(67,925 posts)
15. Second from the top, second from the left.
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:06 PM
Jun 2018

And that poor Dylan Roof looking kid. Must regret that hair style these days.


(51,813 posts)
18. As a former elementary school teacher with over 15 years
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:12 PM
Jun 2018

in the classroom it seems to me that he is your run of the mill moody kid. I read about tRump as a kid and HE is the one I would worry about. He had sociopathic characteristics from the time he was in Kindergarten and was a cruel, physically hurtful bully. Stephen Miller doesn't seem nearly as extremely deviant a child as the moron was. Read this to compare...


(64,143 posts)
21. hmmmm.....
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:45 PM
Jun 2018

this stood out:

He would sit with his arms folded with this look on his face — I use the word surly — almost daring you to say one thing or another that wouldn’t settle with him.”

Fuck and he still does that like a petulant kid.

and this too:

In elementary school, Donny impressed classmates with his athleticism, shenanigans and refusal to acknowledge mistakes, even one so trivial as misidentifying a popular professional wrestler.

This caught my eye: "refusal to acknowledge mistakes".


(51,813 posts)
25. AND he would repeat his lies
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 07:58 PM
Jun 2018

instead of acknowledging his mistake...a classic narcissistic sociopath. He does all of this now too! Nothing has changed a bit!


(21,499 posts)
32. I substitute teach and one thing I notice every now and then is that some kids are old souls
Fri Jun 22, 2018, 08:13 PM
Jun 2018

I definitely believe those souls have been reincarnated from a part life. . Obviously miller had the past soul of an evil loveless person.

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