Posted by SLS on March 29, 2012, at 4:43:00
In reply to Lou's response-continued to gostrider, posted by Lou Pilder on March 28, 2012, at 21:22:16
> But I say to those that want to post here about me as to what I post here, that they can choose not to hear my voice,
So, I guess you can write whatever you want, wherever you want, whenever you want. This does indeed seem to be the case for you here at Psycho-Babble.
All babies will die if the mother takes Prozac postpartum. The mothers will be so dysfunctional from druggin' that the baby will be neglected and die.
Choose not to read your posts? What about for those "newbies" - people who are new to PB, and possibly desperate, but unfamiliar with Lou Pilder and his posts describing the inevitability of injury and death by using psychopharmaceuticals? How would they know not to read your posts?
Do you care how you adversely affect others - especially the newly arrived - with the misinformation, overgeneralizations, and exaggerations you post?
Do I care whether or not you are hurt by what I say here? Why should I? I have no obligation to do so as you have no obligation to heed the passionate cries of hurting people that you desist posting your repertoire of misinformation along the thread they have chosen as a source of education and support. Spreading misinformation is not education and continuing to do this when politely asked not to is not support. A thread that starts out being supportive very quickly becomes unsupportive when you come to visit. Why do that? Is it because you are convinced that you have knowledge that will save people's lives? Is this exonerating of your misinforming and bullying a thread? I guess it's possible. Atomic bombs have been known to save lives. Now, there's a topic for discussion. It has been revealed to me that President Truman was directed by God to drop such a bomb over Hiroshima, Japan, thereby saving lives. Bombs save lives. I could explain more about this, unless the rule of 3 applies.
Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.
- George Bernard Shaw