They say misery loves company. I don't think so. I believe miserable people will go out of their way to make others miserable. This gives them a sense of power and satisfaction they cannot seem to obtain within themselves. No amount of reasonable discussion is ever going to work. They tend to be bigoted in their beliefs to the point of attempting to discredit everything else. They are near narcissist in their thoughts of self and how they relate to others. The only way to disengage from this type person is to not engage at all. To engage is to feed their desire to inflame. Just my not so humble opinion.
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