Glen M. Sizemore
gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 18 19:33:38 EST 2004
Peter: There can be no cure for left temporal lobe 'turdgiditis'. Nor is
that can be done for any, with this condition associated, symptoms such as:
a swollen head, intellectual stiffness - indistinguishable from "a
Parkinson's of perception".
IOW, I tentatively diagnose you as someone "full of Particularly Tightly
GS: Unfortunately such metaphor-run-amok diarrhea is exactly what is wrong
with mainstream psychology, and when it is flowing out of your "mouth" it is
all the more apparent.
"Peter F." <effectivespamblock at ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
news:p7r6c.27$QJ2.1344 at nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> "David Longley" <David at longley.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
> > >People's awareness of how CURSES (primal pain) insidiously motivate is
> > >normally nil or minute.
> > >
> > >However, all the while, CURSES typically tend to in one way
> > >or another, and waxingly and waningly, effect symptoms - and far from
> > >obviously so.
> > >
> > >AEVASIVE is currently the only available, almost explicitly insight
> > >insinuating umbrella term (or single compact sem_antically cemented
> > >that refers
> > >to the intricacy and behavioural and functional _and
> > >phylogenetic_ breadth and dEPTh of this aspect (i.e. ~ the most of all
> > >anthropobiologically relevant sublimation of CURSES~) of What Is going
> > >
> > >
> > Rubbish!
> There can be no cure for left temporal lobe 'turdgiditis'. Nor is there
> that can be done for any, with this condition associated, symptoms such
> a swollen head, intellectual stiffness - indistinguishable from "a
> Parkinson's of perception".
> IOW, I tentatively diagnose you as someone "full of Particularly Tightly
> Stuffed Droppings".
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