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Romance & schizoaffective disorder
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    PeacePipe Guest

    Default Romance & schizoaffective disorder

    getting close to someone involves many real fears, and with the added
    burden the paranoid mind brings with it, things can sometimes get
    quite twisted and confused. I never see myself as a bad person, I
    have placing guilt to fear, but to others, I may come across as
    something somewhat dark.
    I love this song, and i feel it could have been written about a man
    like me.

    "setting up your razor wire shrine"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Od587LPzOJ4

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    Frodo Baggins Guest

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    Sarah McLachlan has quite the lesbian following. Are you a lesbian,
    PeacePipe? Me, too.

    Good to see you round here again PeacePipe. I'm the old Luke
    Flyswatter, if you remember me.

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    PeacePipe Guest

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    On Mar 1, 2:05*am, Frodo Baggins <chewie_r...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > Sarah McLachlan has quite the lesbian following. *Are you a lesbian,
    > PeacePipe? *Me, too. *
    >
    > Good to see you round here again PeacePipe. *I'm the old Luke
    > Flyswatter, if you remember me.


    I wish I was a lesbian sometimes, you get to be part of a nice counter
    culture and get to touch boobies.
    yes I remember you luke flyswatter, I didn't know you were a woman
    though. where do you live just out of curiosity. I have a couple of
    gay friends, and wonder if you are one of them.

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    Frodo Baggins Guest

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    I'm a lesbian in a man's body.

    Touching boobies is nice. I touch mine from time to time - just
    because I can.

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    Michael Alpert Guest

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    Considerable "unofficial" social engineering efforts have been
    made to keep the mentally ill involuntarily celibate. It is a long about
    eugenic attempt at genocide.

    If you don't admit to the DISC1 gene of schizophrenia you are denying
    your right to protection under the international laws against genocide.


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    PeacePipe Guest

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    On Mar 2, 12:58*am, Frodo Baggins <chewie_r...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > I'm a lesbian in a man's body.
    >
    > Touching boobies is nice. *I touch mine from time to time - just
    > because I can.


    a lesbian in a man's body, you must have man boobs i guess. as a
    woman, do you relate romantically with heterosexual women, or do you
    feel attraction and emotional connectedness with lesbians?

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    PeacePipe Guest

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    On Mar 2, 8:57*am, alpert...@webtv.net (Michael Alpert) wrote:
    > * * * Considerable "unofficial" social engineering efforts have been
    > made to keep the mentally ill involuntarily celibate. It is a long about
    > eugenic attempt at genocide.
    >
    > If you don't admit to the DISC1 gene of schizophrenia you are denying
    > your right to protection under the international laws against genocide.


    I think it's natural, the mentally ill having less a chance to
    reproduce. but it does say something about how successful a species
    we are, that we can sometimes.

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    Frodo Baggins Guest

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    Actually I like straight women. Lesbians think they are God's gift to
    this earth. They know that guy's want to be in their lesbian
    sandwich.

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    Frodo Baggins Guest

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    How have you been Peacepipe? Still going to college? Are you still
    having med problems?

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    PeacePipe Guest

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    On Mar 2, 2:55*pm, Frodo Baggins <chewie_r...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > How have you been Peacepipe? *Still going to college? *Are you still
    > having med problems?


    I'm done with college, I think. I put an application in for my
    diploma but haven't received it yet, so I'm hoping there isn't a
    problem with my credits and not haivng enough or something. But I
    think i'm all done, if not, I guess i have a little bit more to go.
    My meds are pretty good right now, I'm never really satisfied with my
    medication, they do a lot for the positive symptoms, but not enough
    for the apathy, the social anxiety, and the depression. I'm grateful
    though, i guess. I'm taking zyprexa 5 mg and lamictal 200mg. my main
    problem with the meds is it cuts off my creativity, I used to love
    writing, but i find it hard to string sentences together when i'm
    taking the zyprexa, part of that might be that I'm just not obsessing
    as much and there's not as much to write about, but that kind of
    blows. I've a good psychiatrist though. So that's that.
    How about you, what have you been up to? are there still the same
    people here under different names? I think i saw Miki around.

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    Frodo Baggins Guest

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    Not much different with me. Still working for the same company.
    Most of the regulars are still around, just lurking. Damo is going
    through some housing changes and from what Miki said will return in
    the near future. Kim stopped posting around the same time you did.
    Oh, and haven't heard from Monkfish in awhile.

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    PeacePipe Guest

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    On Mar 2, 9:00*pm, Frodo Baggins <chewie_r...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > Not much different with me. *Still working for the same company.
    > Most of the regulars are still around, just lurking. *Damo is going
    > through some housing changes and from what Miki said will return in
    > the near future. *Kim stopped posting around the same time you did.
    > Oh, and haven't heard from Monkfish in awhile.


    I forgot about kim, wonder what happened to her. Gravity, penguin,
    and Murana, i think his name was, I remember those guys. I haven't
    posted here since dec 2007, wow it's been a long time. I'm glad to be
    connected again though, and thanks for the shout out. it's good to
    see you working also, getting some dollars and keeping productive can
    help a great deal. It's hard to see that though with all the
    struggle, whatever though..., not in the mood for positive thought.
    My back hurts.

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    Michael Alpert Guest

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    My ex-wife was a "closet" Lesbian. She came out of the "closet"
    and declared to me that she preferred lesbian relationships, and her
    Lesbian girl friend. I wasn't mad.

    I found it humorous and couldn't keep a straight face. I said, "We have
    much in common. We both like women. If I were a woman, I'd be a Lesbian
    too".

    NO! It's NEVER natural for opposite polarities to stay apart. There are
    just as many schizophrenic women as there are schizophrenic men, and,
    there are many other kinds of crazy women around.

    It is an artificial system that separates us. We really think it's the
    Vatican that is behind it. As I said down here, cut & pasted again at
    the bottom of this page, "Structure separates opposite polarities". This
    structure can be destroyed. The art and science of this "speculative
    wrecking" is "dambusting", and we are the Dambusters.

    See Dambusters610 in Google groups. Us with WebTV's can't use it any
    more, but we got enough in there to overthrow the Vatican tyranny, if it
    can spread sufficiently. And there is Alchemy61 in Yahoo groups. Or,
    just Google "lahunken".

    "The iron in the cytochromes of every cell are magnetically
    polarized counterclockwise in males and clockwise in females.

    Clockwise facing counterclockwise is confluent and attracts. Clockwise
    facing clockwise, or, counterclockwise facing counterclockwise clashes
    and repels.

    People, with the appropriate region of the brain awake, see the
    attraction as black and the repulsion as white.

    We knew a girl who could project her magnetic field. She could engulf a
    guy in blackness and give him a moment of nonexistence.

    We were surprised to find that just by thinking about doing this, while
    talking about it, she blacked him out from a distance of forty miles
    away, which indicated that this was done by biological radio.

    While one circulation is facing out, it must be remembered that it is
    going the other way on the "flip"side.

    When a cell falls apart, the opposite polarization is exposed, so, of
    course, there are both the polarities, in equal numbers. It is structure
    that separates polarities and maintains existence.

    Magnetism is basic in the universe. The electron, the basis of
    electricity, is basically magnetic.

    The electron is composed of four big counterclockwise circulations
    enabled by four little clockwise circulations, like ball bearings, in a
    truncated tetrahedral array.

    Every particle involved in the "strong force", the "weak force", etc can
    be analyzed this way to be seen to be basically magnetic. This is the
    unified field theory fulfilled.


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