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  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1241

    TheGrobe

    It's because you're both (purportedly) Scottish, isn't it?  Isn't that some sort of Highlander thing?

    There can be only one!

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1242

    netzach

    yep.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1243

    nameno1had

    I am American....and have no demise .....

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1244

    nameno1had

    ....my intuition tells me you were considering whining about something....as usual

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1245

    Knightly_News

    I often know what I am going to say before I say it.

    Amazing, I know.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1246

    Knightly_News

    Also, I have 100% accuracy guessing whatever number I'm thinking of.  I know it is a gift because when I ask others what number I'm thinking of they almost always guess wrong.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1247

    Macotif

    nameno1had wrote:

    "I can sense things like that, coming from a mile away. I used to call off work just to avoid facing an ex-boss. I would know hours before I went to work what he was thinking."

    Sorry to be the bringer of bad news nameno1had, but this is symptomatic of schizophrenia. But then again, not everything is known about schizophrenia as psychiatry is an incomplete science. So maybe you were/are psychic?Smile

    [Begin 'The Twilight Zone' music...]

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1248

    nameno1had

    the irony....if you're right, they call you psychic and praise you....if you are wrong, you are a wack job and they tell you to get it together.... ah, the joys of life.....

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1249

    LoekBergman

    @Macotif and @nameno1had: now that is bias. :-) I think that it is quite normal to know how someone will behave if you see that person almost every day. To think that that is special is surprising. To call it a sign of schizophrenia very surprising to put it mildly.

    @Macotif: You put the correct question mark at your own diagnostics. It should have warned you not to make such bold statements.

    I agree with TheGrobe and Macotif however that it is more healthy to behave differently. I would advise you to see it as nothing more then a scenario that might happen if you will behave the same way you have done so far. This does not imply that you are the main cause for this situation, but that the only attitude you have under control is the one of yourself.

    Now do you have the chance to think it over, to imagine what could happen, what your goal in the situation is and how your mindset and behaviour should be to accomplish those newly set desirable goals.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1250

    nameno1had

    LoekBergman wrote:

    @Macotif and @nameno1had: now that is bias. :-) I think that it is quite normal to know how someone will behave if you see that person almost every day. To think that that is special is surprising. To call it a sign of schizophrenia very surprising to put it mildly.

    @Macotif: You put the correct question mark at your own diagnostics. It should have warned you not to make such bold statements.

    I agree with TheGrobe and Macotif however that it is more healthy to behave differently. I would advise you to see it as nothing more then a scenario that might happen if you will behave the same way you have done so far. This does not imply that you are the main cause for this situation, but that the only attitude you have under control is the one of yourself.

    Now do you have the chance to think it over, to imagine what could happen, what your goal in the situation is and how your mindset and behaviour should be to accomplish those newly set desirable goals.

    there is a difference in experiencing this when there isnt a standard protocol for continually changing, unrepetitive duities....

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1251

    Likar

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  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1252

    Likar

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  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1253

    bigpoison

    TheGrobe wrote:

    Oh, also, free will is an illusion.  Time may be as well.

    Nonsense.  Timshel.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1254

    corrijean

    bigpoison wrote:
    TheGrobe wrote:

    Oh, also, free will is an illusion.  Time may be as well.

    Nonsense.  Timshel.

    Are you a Steinbeck fan?

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1255

    corrijean

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1256

    bigpoison

    corrijean wrote:
    bigpoison wrote:
    TheGrobe wrote:

    Oh, also, free will is an illusion.  Time may be as well.

    Nonsense.  Timshel.

    Are you a Steinbeck fan?

    I just smoke my three pipes in the afternoon and study with the old fellas.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1257

    TheGrobe

    Not by choice, though.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1258

    elig5428

    I think some of the blokes I play who refuse a second game in incivility might .ALSO. be of aliens.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1259

    Knightly_News

    Sometimes when people stare at the board they're really focusing on their 3rd eye to read your mind.  To see through you.  That way they don't have to have extraordinary skills, they can just know what you're going to do and make the appropriate moves to offset it.


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