Illeism , is the act of referring to oneself in the third person instead of first person.Submitted by dexterszyd on Sun, 05/12/2013 - 20:27
illeism is used with an air of grandeur, to give the speaker lofty airs. Idiosyncratic and conceited people are known to either use or are lampooned as using illeism to puff themselves up or illustrate their egoism.
Thanks Mr. Spock for the link....
On a side note, my motives are not meant to be mean but if you are one that internalized this and takes it personal, I can't control your feelings and that's just how it goes. I just feel these subtle hints need to be floated out there because the behavior I am referring to is contributing toward some of the root division within us.
I don't want to see this place turn into a self promotional , omnipotent commercial for alter egos. That can be a real turn off and drive people away. Of course it's ok to participate and post and add opinion but frankly there is only one person that brought me here and that's Ron Paul.
Just thinking out loud and trying to be constructive...perhaps it's just my sole perspective and not shared by anyone else , I'm ok with that too..