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Re: please rephrase that

Posted by rnny on April 3, 2010, at 20:56:10

In reply to Re: please rephrase that rnny, posted by Dr. Bob on April 3, 2010, at 12:22:46

In the movie "The Silence of the Lambs", Dr. Hanibal Lecter (an imprisoned serial killer psychiatrist) was analyzing Jodie Foster who played an FBI agent assigned to interogate Lecter in order to get information out of him to help solve a pending crime. Lecter was very saavy with interpreting people and had a good sence for what they were all about, what they stood for. With Jodie Foster or as her character was called, Clarice Sterling, Lecter was not about to give up information freely and he really made Sterling work for it by playing head games with her and saying things to her that would throw her off kilter. In one scene Lecter is doing his thing, being condescending to Sterling and she talks back to him and says essentially, "you have very good insight about others, now let's hear you talk about yourself". That is what I was saying. Willful suggested and or said a few things about me in his/her post that are nothing more than his/her perception. I thought Willful was being presumptuous since they don't know me. Hence I decided to see if Willful would turn that powerful sence of diagnosing/figuring people out, if Willful would turn that on him/herself and instead of trying to figure me out, would dispense with some psychobabble about Willful instead. In short, "You seem to suggest alot about me Willful and you have never even met me. Let's see if you are that confident with talking about yourself and your issues".




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