By Ed Merwede
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This is the unfortunate story of a serial killer that could have been avoided. How? By the individual seeking help with his personality disorder. But as the saying goes, "You can see a fly on someone else, but you can't see an elephant on yourself." Stanley, who worked for an insurance company, wanted desperately to advance. A few things stood in his way. He was devoid of a personality that made it difficult to be liked by his fellow workers. He totally lacked any communicative or motivation skills that made his supervisors not consider him as a leader in any sense. Annual cost of living raises, yes; promotions to a leadership position, no. Instead of seeking help, Stanley decided to make his own claim to fame and punish those along the way that had mocked him. He thought of himself as invisible, but placed the blame on all those around him. Put all this together and you have Mr. Cellophane. "They will come to know me and pay dearly for their ignorance in not acknowledging my superiority!" A monster has been turned loose.