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Old 03-28-2015, 11:18 AM
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GET IN LINE!
Yes, Sir!

LEAVE THE g ON YOUR WORDS!
Jawohl, mon Capitaine!

STOP MIXING METAPHORS!
Si, Jefe!
(how do I start that with an upside down exclamation mark?)

AND NO MORE OF THAT GODDAMNED WRITING IN PARENTHESES!
Okay, Boss!


Uh, Nick?

Oh, hi, Mr. Pierce.
How you doin'?

Nick, what is happening?

Huh?

Oh!

That's Chinaski. Sometimes he
gets wound up about things
that don't fit normal form.

And?

And when he gets like that
I just agree with him.

He don't mean no harm.


Nick, underneath that
cultivated grime of uneducation
I suspect you are a caring,
sensitive human being.

Maybe, Mr. Pierce.
Now watch how far
I can finger flick
this fresh booger.

Look! See? See?!
There! On the wall at chin height!


You just won't give it up, will
you, Nick?

Mr. Pierce, personalities are
like *holes. Without them
we become full of ...

I will be going now, Nick.


Oh. Okay, Mr. P.
C'mon back anytime.
You're always welcome.
(odd old bird that he is I do
believe he kinda likes me).

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Old 03-28-2015, 12:44 PM
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Hmmmm- chin height? Sitting down or standing?

Seems to me if you arc it right you could do much better than chin height...

That grotesqueness of mirth aside- I had a chuckle. The impossibility of MPD written so smoothly, ah sir, you are a poet an artist. Like Michaelangelo... If he sculpted dried skin and dust cemented in nasal mucus.

And that is a compliment!
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Old 03-28-2015, 01:34 PM
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Hmmmm- chin height? Sitting down or standing?

Me sitting/target standing.

Seems to me if you arc it right you could do much better than chin height...

Depends on the load and the finger (thumb is useless) used.

That grotesqueness of mirth aside- I had a chuckle. The impossibility of MPD written so smoothly, ah sir, you are a poet an artist. Like Michaelangelo... If he sculpted dried skin and dust cemented in nasal mucus.

And that is a compliment!
I thought MPD was like MC or POV. Looked it up and learned different. Me, I don't mind but I can't speak for the other voices.
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Hmmmm- chin height? Sitting down or standing?

Seems to me if you arc it right you could do much better than chin height...

That grotesqueness of mirth aside- I had a chuckle. The impossibility of MPD written so smoothly, ah sir, you are a poet an artist. Like Michaelangelo... If he sculpted dried skin and dust cemented in nasal mucus.

And that is a compliment!
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I thought MPD was like MC or POV. Looked it up and learned different. Me, I don't mind but I can't speak for the other voices.
Crap- now some of my responses are stuck inside the citation box.
Maybe I do need a tutorial.
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Yeah, before I quit psychology my entire thesis was on the artificial nature of MPD and suggestive diagnosis vs. reality.

Anywho- I don't know what I was going to say next, so thank you Les Earnest for everything you did to aid and butcher the writing process.
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Old 03-28-2015, 01:57 PM
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Yeah, before I quit psychology my entire thesis was on the artificial nature of MPD and suggestive diagnosis vs. reality.

Anywho- I don't know what I was going to say next, so thank you Les Earnest for everything you did to aid and butcher the writing process.

I thought Les Earnest might be a gag name. Searched it and learned different.

Are you familiar with the ten year old boy (Ryan Hammond) who is remembering when he was Marty Martyn?

Reality indeed.
Flat earth.
Man will never fly.
Man will never walk on the moon.
There are no such things as star gates.

Okay- y'all might have to wait for that last one to come around.
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Still, no one had MPD until it was invented and they were told. Which seems obvious right? Not really. The aspect of placebo diagnosis is a detriment for drug-fueled medicine. It just supplies another excuse that someone will grasp onto...

Just can't see it as reality sorry.

But yeah Les Earnest is a name I believe everyone should know. His initial programming is more pertinent than Neil Armstrong or Buzz Aldrin's achievement. And not as disputed.
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I always enjoy randomly clicking one of your post. Never know what I'll find myself reading. I do know, however, it'll be something fun, original, refreshing. Feels like you're wringing yourself free -in a good way- of something that's been cluttering your mind This read was no different.

Enjoyed it.

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I thought Les Earnest might be a gag name. Searched it and learned different.

Are you familiar with the ten year old boy (Ryan Hammond) who is remembering when he was Marty Martyn?

Reality indeed.
Flat earth.
Man will never fly.
Man will never walk on the moon.
There are no such things as star gates.

Okay- y'all might have to wait for that last one to come around.

This stargate thing really does fascinate me.
And how startled would the morass of current world reality become if they were revealed.
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