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I think the answer to that would be no. Narcissism is a serious psychological disorder. The symptoms, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders include: Reacting to criticism with anger, shame, or humiliation Taking advantage of others to reach their own goals Exaggerating their own importance, achievements, and talents ...


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Dana was levitating above the bed, Exorcist-style, in an earlier scene. That's how I always interpreted the joke. Setup: "She sleeps above her covers." That seems like a curiously uninteresting reason to like someone. Punchline: "FOUR FEET above her covers!" The lady can levitate over her bed! Now THAT'S fascinating!!


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There is a concept that if you sleep under the covers, you are more insecure and need the covers to not only keep you warm but keep you safe. Like when you're a child and your parents "tuck you into bed". There's that feeling of security, like being wrapped up safe and warm in the womb. However, if you sleep above the covers, it's an indication that you ...


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In Ghostbusters 2, Slimer drove Louis Tully (Rick Moranis) to the Art Gallery in a bus so he could help fight Viggo the Carpathian. That's a pretty nice thing to do.


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Most of the ghosts in the Ghostbuster series seem content to ignore humans unless in significant curcumstances. For instance, the Library Ghost is not causing any harm. She's just scary to people because she's a ghost. She's not aggressive until the Ghostbusters show up, and only then, just long enough to escape. When the future Ghostbusters were about ...


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Full of himself, yes. He's the common english/slang use of Narcissist, but not the clinical use. And even that's contentious, as there is opposing views on Narcissistic Personality Disorder being a valid issue, if NPD should be folded into a broader category, or if it should stay as it's own diagnosis. (2010 arguments over the DSM 5 changes to Personality ...


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I'm going to say, Possibly. Maybe not intentionally, but I think at that period in Bill Murray's career, when he was at the top of his game, most of his characters exhibited the same type of personality. His acting really was pretty one-dimensional, almost like Keanu Reeves. Murray was the lovable loser with the big ego, always ready with a funny quip. ...



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