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Re: 'Bipolar Disorder' vs. 'Manic Depressive Insan Quintal

Posted by Sigismund on March 15, 2008, at 17:26:51

In reply to Re: 'Bipolar Disorder' vs. 'Manic Depressive Insan Sigismund, posted by Quintal on March 15, 2008, at 16:27:45

None of those people has what I would call 'problems'. By which I mean that they were not fearful or uncertain or down.
I (naturally, as you do) felt they were saner than me. There were other people with 'problems' (whatever they were).

There was one bloke who wouldn't speak and who it was physically painful to be around, for reasons that escaped everyone.

The interesting thing about poing to university in 1970 and hanging around what was known as 'the movement' was that there was no such thing as 'normal'. People came from all over the state to be there and there was a high percentage of bright people with 'mental illness'.

So you don't think you will get on speaking terms with your neighbour?

>They were tracking me via sattelite using some sort of gamma-ray device that could penetrate walls.

That's where the hole in the wall came from?

I know people who take heaps of stimulants eventually feel that the cops are outside and they start taping up the power points to keep the rays out. You must have to take a lot, because it never happened to me.

There is a doctor here who wraps himself in a shield to keep the EMF radiation off himself at night. There really are rays and people out to get you, so I suppose it gets confusing.




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