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Humor / Sybil syndrome
« Last post by BillH on October 29, 2021, 12:42:28 PM »
The book " Sybil " about alleged case of " multiple personality disorder " is a great example of how  publicizing a mostly fake " disease " , or " condition " can result in the occurrence of widespread " victims " of said " disease " .
Within 2 years of this " true story " about a " patient " of a publicity/money seeking psychiatrist had multiple distinct personalities , the incidence of " victims " went up 500 % .

The " patient " even wrote a letter to this quack psychiatrist admitting it was all fake and made up - with the prompting and encouragement of that " doctor " .

Thisbnb is common today.
For example -
Psychiatry suddenly discovers that there are large numbers of people who are really the opposite gender than their perfectly normal biological sex .
Then declares it " normal " , " they can't help it " and then that it occurs in young children .
Then large numbers of people " discover " they are " trans " or " cisgendered " .
The gullible Left creates a " victim class " , the media and politicians demand we support this delusion and encourage mentally I'll people to go so far as permanently disfiguring surgery by quack doctors and even forces parents to support such dangerous and delusional behaviors in children
Judges , school administrators and advocacy groups demand " trans rights " .
Those who dissent are demonized .
Untold thousands , including children , are abused and encouraged to destroy their lives and their real mental issues are made worse .

Many "fake  victim groups " are created just like this .
It is truly despicable .
Science / Re: Jeff Baxter
« Last post by BillH on October 29, 2021, 12:21:06 PM »
Definitely an interesting guy .
General Discussion / Re: Steely Dan
« Last post by BillH on October 29, 2021, 12:18:08 PM »
Yes , a great band .

Some great lyrics too ..
" .. but the hangman isn't hanging ,
So they put you on the street "
 You go back , Jack , do it again "

General Discussion / Steely Dan
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 26, 2021, 07:12:21 PM »
Yeah, a great band, but what makes them tick? Check out
Politics / Joe Biden
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 26, 2021, 10:43:38 AM »
Oy Vey!!

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Language & Literature / Which software company did Warnock Name?
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 26, 2021, 07:39:19 AM »
Adobe is a computer software company founded in 1982, and is best known for its flagship products Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat Reader, and the Portable Document Format (better known by its abbreviation PDF.) The name of the company, Adobe, comes from Adobe Creek in Los Altos, California, which ran behind co-founder John Warnock's house. Adobe Creek got its name from the type of clay found there, which alludes to the creative nature of the company's software. The logo, was created by Warnock’s wife who was a graphic artist.
Texas Specific / So many illegals
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 26, 2021, 07:09:45 AM »
General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the general discussion
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 25, 2021, 05:12:18 PM »
Thanks, I'll check it out.  This stuff is boilerplate. I will kick ass; keep me honest.
Language & Literature / Which sports car is named after a naval warship?
« Last post by Kelly R Smith on October 25, 2021, 08:07:00 AM »
The most common perception of a corvette is that of a popular sports car, but for marine enthusiasts, corvettes have been a significant component of naval forces across the world for decades. In 1953, General Motors unveiled their prototype of their new Chevrolet sports car, which was named after the Naval Warship called the “Corvette.” Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after this small and maneuverable warship. During the Age of Sail, these warships were smaller than a frigate, but larger than a sloop-of-war. They were the smallest class of vessels that could be considered a warship.
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