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Are psychopaths primarily angels who were sent from heaven to guide humanity since they are incapable of feeling empathy or doubting themselves due to the lack of human conscious?

Goodness sakes my dear! How kind of you to ask me and I will take this question seriously. (Please bear with me as my points will tie in at the end.)Now let me ask YOU a question; if you don't mind, and I promise that it doesn't involve intangible entities.Who would you as a person prefer to have as your main cheerleader(s); person(s) who wallow in your pain with you OR someone who can help pull you up by your own bootstraps?Essentially what I'm asking is, what kind of a 'humanity cheerleader' are you looking for?To me this is quite obvious.What do you want?You'd want a cheerleader on humanities' side, correct? Am I wrong?Metaphorical asides, I'd choose people WHO are on humanities' side, not always those who cower in your own hot mess with you.It's too narrow in vision of focus for some. Some people just think more categorically broad than individuals' personal ego comforts.I hope this makes sense! It's a bit of a riddle but I hope you find it enlightening and amusing:)

What is it like to work for the Indian Premier League?

I have worked in the Indian Premier League as a cheerleaders' co-ordinator. Some of my duties were- taking care of the green room, so that it has everything the cheerleaders would need before going to the ground and after coming from the ground, like refreshments, fruits, soft-drinks, water, mirror, etc.; picking up the cheerleaders from the airport to the hotel and vice-versa, picking them up from the hotel to the ground and vice-versa; being present beside the cheerleading stage outside the boundary-line on the ground all the time, while taking care of their hydration, refreshments, etc.I had an amazing experience. The cheerleaders that I have worked with were mostly from South Africa. They are all amazing as a person. I became friends with them in no time. (Only) The stereotypical Indian males consider them as objects which they are definitely not. They are not different than all the ladies that we are surrounded by, in our own country. The only difference you'd find is cultural. They also get pissed off when as*h***s from the audience gallery, yell cheap stuff. Once, we had to escort cheerleaders while a match in Jaipur had just reached halfway, due to ridiculous and unmannered behavior of those few spectators. They had started throwing stuff at them! :O It was one disappointing incident, in fact an embarrassing one, being an Indian myself. Because of a few men like that, all the good men, the normal, educated men have to face the embarrassment.The only good thing that happened in that match for me, which happened just before the incident, is that I saw Katrina Kaif sitting in the VIP section near the boundary with other VIPs. It was total adrenaline when I saw her looking at me and smiling back! <3 :D But, let's come back to the point... (ahem, ahem.. :D)Ya, the cheerleaders are trained to avoid the misbehaving spectators. They mostly keep their cool, which would have been quite a difficult thing to do for an untrained or an unprofessional person, but for the girls it was no big deal most of the times. They too have self respect, unlike some people think, and I think that's why they hardly get affected by the nuisance.When in my home-town, I used to travel from home to the stadium everyday. Pritam Singh (Pritam Pyaare), the famous RJ, who is such a down to earth person, used to pick me up from home in his red sedan. He used to share his already popular story of his journey to becoming an RJ, and how he used to manage in the same car we were in, when he was jobless and was looking for work (pretty similar to the movie Paathshala's lead character). He never made me feel uncomfortable and treated me like a brother, and gave precious insights and advices. He was the emcee for the matches. He's such an humble and down-to-earth person, full of energy. Post-match, he described to me, how difficult it was to entertain such a huge crowd.The first cricketer I met was Adam Gilchrist, in the cricketer's lounge section. He looked tall and calm. Didn't talk to him much though as he had business to do and I too had work in hand. I saw other cricketers on the ground, practicing before match, like MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Anil Kumble, Rahul Dravid, Suresh Raina, R Ashwin, Manish Pandey, RP Singh, Ojha, Symonds, Kallis, Steyn, M Hayden, M Hussey, etc.I have been to after-match parties and the atmosphere there is fantastic. I have met and raised toasts in person with cricketers and cheerleaders. I remember, in my first after-match party in my home-town Nagpur, I was raising toasts with Herschelle Gibbs, Kemar Roach, Andrew Symonds, Rahul Sharma and the cheerleaders, followed by some amazing dance-floor time. Pitbull's music were pop those days, topping the charts. Kemar rocked the floor with his amazingly enthusiastic dance moves, while we all cheered for him!I met Rang De Basanti fame Siddharth and shook hands with and talked to him a little, yelled cheers with him and his friends before joining back the cricketers' group.Then after some more drinks I then met Siddharth Bharadwaj, the anchor (I didn't know who he was till then) and Sivamani, the famous drummer and along with some cheergirls, went to their rooms to have some more drinks and talks.In the second after-match party, again in my hometown, I did the same rounds with almost the same cricketers, plus and minus some. This time, Nikita and Anzel, two of the cheerleaders, took me to the VIP section where on a bar counter, I saw Pragyan Ojha, calmly enjoying his drink. I didn't even know then that he was a cricketer! :D (I know, Siddharth Bhardwaj once asked me if I lived under a rock for a long time, for not knowing much about famous people... :D I apologized and we all laughed...) I looked at Pragyan, he smiled back, I smiled back, and I went back to drinking and dancing again. :DI remember sitting besides and talking to Darren Lehmann, the then coach of DC team and former Australian cricketer, along with other players, beside the ramp. I also remember how one RS (cricketer) didn't let go one of the cheerleaders while on the floor, dancing. He kept saying to me "Sir, bas paanch (five) minute, please, sir paanch min aur… Pakka!" :D (I was just 21 then) Every attempt that I made to snatch the girl away, who was kinda stuck dancing with him, was in vain, before he finally settled down on a bar-counter chair. Phew... :'DFrom the club, we used to go the pool-side parties, along with others, where again we drank more and ate food, while talking and relaxing till the morning, before going back to the hotel...I'd like to share a picture with the girls and some of the messages written by cheer-girls, in my diary. The ladies penned down their thoughts before departing. Those were very emotional moments for me, especially when they told me that they'd miss me. :'D I know, it sounds like bragging, but trust me I'm just sharing some of the good memories of working in IPL. :)It'd look to be a big party from outside, instead of a job, though it's not an easy job. Every one of my colleagues including the seniors, were all nice, hardworking and supportive throughout my experience. Managing even the smallest part of such a big event is a huge responsibility. I salute all the people working in the event management industry. Even though the salary is good, and you get to travel a lot!Now, that I'm a freelance graphic designer, I still sometimes miss working in the entertainment industry... But, I'm more than happy to have had such amazing experiences. :)Thanks for liking the answer everyone!And thanks to Subash Raj, Krishna Teja Mokshagundam, User-9951207704701573253, User and Roshna Nazir for promoting it...! :)

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