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Offline Stryke 9

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Yeah, touch HER femal- [is dragged off and beaten by the less perverted members of the forum]

 

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Wait...

less perverted? Where are these members hiding?

 

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Right in plain sight....

 

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Tie them to a tree and shoot gerbils at them, that'll teach them

 

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You're dragging this off topic idiot...

 

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This has been dragged off topic so many times it's silly. Besides I thought the main point was made like last page or so.

 

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Originally posted by Borealis
[color=sky blue]Id, Ego, and SuperEgo....hmmm, where have I heard that before?  :D :D[/color]


Dunno about that last one, but I first encountered the "ID" in an old sci-fi movie with Leslie Neilsen (no, I'm not joking, and neither was he - no white hair, either!), Robby the Robot, Walter Pidgeon, etc. called Forbidden Planet. Would that perhaps be it? :D
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Dunno about that last one, but I first encountered the "ID" in an old sci-fi movie with Leslie Neilsen (no, I'm not joking, and neither was he - no white hair, either!), Robby the Robot, Walter Pidgeon, etc. called Forbidden Planet. Would that perhaps be it? :D



Look in a psychology book.....

 

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Now that could be a bit akward!


[color=sky blue]you'll never know!![/color]  :p
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Originally posted by Ten of Twelve


Don't worry. She comes when ya least expect it.


[glow=white] ;7:lol:;7:lol:;7:lol:;7:lol:;7[/glow]
« Last Edit: July 20, 2002, 09:34:04 pm by 528 »

 

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Think about it, male and females have far different chemicals acting on thier brains and bodies - and since thoughts are the processing of our perception of our surroundings there must be a fundamental difference. :wtf: I think


[color=sky blue]that's the right answer.  The ongoing processes that make reproduction possible keep a normal  woman's body in a constant state of flux.  Drastic physical changes take place within days of each other.  I'm sure you will all be relieved that I'm not going to get any more specific than that.  The point is that only substances as chemically reactive as hormones could facilitate such changes.  Any chemical that reactive will have some unavoidable and nasty side effects.  Anabolic steroids are hormones.  Think of all the havoc they are known to wreak on a human body.  I have done pharmacology internships with neuroscientists who I've discussed with at length the effects of hormones on the brain .  It is impossible for any woman to have only logical thoughts and behavior because the hormones that cause drastic and perpetual changes in their bodies also  distort their perceptions.  We just have to learn from experience which thoughts to question and which thoughts to validate.  It ain't easy.[/color]  :wink:
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Originally posted by LtNarol


[glow=white] ;7:lol:;7:lol:;7:lol:;7:lol:;7[/glow]



[color=sky blue]number 315,178,980 on the "you'll never know!!" list[/color] :p
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Yeah, but is that all that it is? I'm fairly certain from personal experimenting in this general field that most of the chemical effects one can get in the mind are magnified a good deal by the person themself, and pretty much voluntarily- chemoreceptors are only good for one burst at a time, meaning an intense, involuntary burst of... whatever, might last a couple seconds. No more, and that's not long enough to influence thought significantly. After that, the brain can go on to other, longer-lasting but less potent chemicals, but there's a kinda psychological gap there. As others have demonstrated far more dramatically than I have the guts to do, if you go under severe pain conditions, it hurts like hell for a second and you start freaking out and spasming, but after that if you have the right psychological control over yourself you can ignore even that. (I, personally, can't even ignore irritating itches, but I can demonstrate this ability in other areas). So it's not a subconscious, involuntary thing- it's something that's controlled semiconsciously by the person, and how they deal with it unconsiously is determined by how they were taught to in life. I've seen women who, at certain times of the month, can only be approached at a distance of several hundred yards, and then on tiptoe. I've also seen some who don't seem to change at all- and these are 18-year-old-girls, so it's not menopause or anything. It's how much they make it worse for themselves. It's much the same when one has a diseasae, or has just cut themselves accidentially, or got a nasty electric shock- it's nothing that lasts, unless you determine it should. And I'm babbling. Ah well, fribagin' daytime work, ruining my nights...

[gets tired of all this sex/psychological talk]

[channels his sexual energies into the lucrative business of machete murder]

[creeps up behind, oh, let's say, icespeed, breathing heavily through hockey mask]
« Last Edit: July 21, 2002, 01:29:54 am by 262 »

 

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Originally posted by Stryke 9
Yeah, but is that all that it is? I'm fairly certain from personal experimenting in this general field that most of the chemical effects one can get in the mind are magnified a good deal by the person themself, and pretty much voluntarily- chemoreceptors are only good for one burst at a time, meaning an intense, involuntary burst of... whatever, might last a couple seconds. No more, and that's not long enough to influence thought significantly. After that, the brain can go on to other, longer-lasting but less potent chemicals, but there's a kinda psychological gap there. As others have demonstrated far more dramatically than I have the guts to do, if you go under severe pain conditions, it hurts like hell for a second and you start freaking out and spasming, but after that if you have the right psychological control over yourself you can ignore even that. (I, personally, can't even ignore irritating itches, but I can demonstrate this ability in other areas). So it's not a subconscious, involuntary thing- it's something that's controlled semiconsciously by the person, and how they deal with it unconsiously is determined by how they were taught to in life. I've seen women who, at certain times of the month, can only be approached at a distance of several hundred yards, and then on tiptoe. I've also seen some who don't seem to change at all- and these are 18-year-old-girls, so it's not menopause or anything. It's how much they make it worse for themselves. It's much the same when one has a diseasae, or has just cut themselves accidentially, or got a nasty electric shock- it's nothing that lasts, unless you determine it should. And I'm babbling. Ah well, fribagin' daytime work, ruining my nights...

[gets tired of all this sex/psychological talk]

[channels his sexual energies into the lucrative business of machete murder]

[creeps up behind, oh, let's say, icespeed, breathing heavily through hockey mask]


*Screams holding head in hands*

Layout man! Layout!
This is like trying to listen to someone who talks at an incredible rate and doesn't need to breathe between sentences.

 

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Sorry, I'd run out of coffee and without it  I end up on filibuster mode at about four AM these days.

Anyway... you're distracting me. Pretend you can't see me in the shadows over here.

*hoor* *ksssh*

 

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mmh...
SCREW CANON!

 
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This is also proof of the fact that women can do several things at once. Like my g/f can watch tv, read her book, have a coherent conversation with me and even speak on the phone.


what you seem is to describe also some males, one of them being me, while I can't to all that together, I can do at least 3:wink: .

 

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well, if you can watch TV, read a book and speak on the phone at the same time, you have my respect :p
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well I can, however my record is, reading a book, eating, watching TV and talking, but I admit it cant happen again :(