The epitome of ego gratification

To quote myself about myself:
“I’m awesome, thereby, vis-à-vis, and ergo, I can quote myself”
I find people who only quote others to be pretentious and I assume that they just have low self-esteem. Somehow they skip over a few logical steps and come to some illogical conclusion that if they can spout things they’ve memorized that others have said, they have done the work of independent critical thinking.
I on the other hand, know better. Why? Because I said so. If you refer to my previous posts I’m sure I have stated with utmost clarity and understanding that I am pretty awesome. It’s there, look it up. Thus, since I am awesome, I know that I can think for myself and I don’t need to quote anyone to prove that the things I say are awesome as well.
If you have a hard time understanding this, I refer you to:
https://smileyhead.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/lost-in-the-crowd/

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