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

Posted by Quintal on March 16, 2008, at 17:57:29

In reply to Re: 'Bipolar Disorder' vs. 'Manic Depressive Insan Quintal, posted by Sigismund on March 15, 2008, at 17:26:51

>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).

Do you think I am a person with problems?

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

We never were on speaking terms as such. He's just the bloke who lives next door. Maybe I'm a pervert, but I get a sort of sexual thrill from him seeing me naked. I don't know why. I think he found it quite funny really.

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

I battered ahole in it with a curtain pole. I was thhinking it was a certain somebody's face, so I just let rip.

>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.

I think you have to stay awake for days on end, like in a manic episode. Did you never start to hallucinate after a few days without sleep?

>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.

Yes it does. I have a particular concern over the wireless mouse I just bought. A few minutes after installation I noticed the hairs on my arm raising, as if it were forimg a bridge for an electric current paassing between the mouse and my ipod. I'm not an alarmist but I do wonder what exactly it's doing and wether that can be healthy long-term. I may have to go back to using the wired mouse.

Q


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