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  • It is Sybil's fault!!!

    Plot Summary for
    Sybil (1976) (TV)
    Based on a true story, Dr. Cornelia Wilbur (Joanne Woodward), an experienced psychiatrist, is faced with one of her most stressful cases ever. Sybil Dorsett (Sally Field) is a late-20-year-old school teacher, who suffered such a harrowing upbringing, she consequently developed over 16 different personalities.
    Summary written by BHamazonking
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075296/

    The Problem of the
    Subtle Effect
    By R.C.L.
    Chapter Two of Laws of Wisdom
    We just assume that a given person is relatively consistent with himself, that he constitutes one person with various characteristics, traits, and so on. Thus you call yourself by one name, with the implication that you are indeed one person even though you have a range of moods and feelings. .... we actually have many quite discrete subpersonalities, each of which calls itself "I" when it happens to be activated by appropriate environmental stimuli, but we have no unity of personality at all except in the sense that all the various subpersonalities are associated with the same physical body and name. (1)

    http://www.lawsofwisdom.com/LawsofWisdom/chapter2.html
    Yes I perfectly understand you; but please understand me; I have the handicap to absorb pesonalities and I NEED to roleplay them or they in the end WILL destroy me; sadly this is not the right forum; eversince I have absorbed Bester; I have the nasty tendensy to be Bester. Is it my survival mechanisme you see. Are you familier with Marvel universe; you have there the Task Master I believe and he can absorb battle tactics of his enemies and are able to use it against them, but please correct me if I am wrong.
    It is Sybil you know. It all started when I have seen the movie; how she was able to survive with her many personalities. I am watch over by neighbour who happened a very perverted man who created havoc with mine mind. And I have had a father who is verbal abusive; my mother who was over protective smothering me unintentional. She always functioned shield between me and my father; she has endured most of his tantrums. And school was a living nightmare because most of them were believing that a good homosexual is a dead one. I were seriously were considering suicide about to become another teen age suicide; until I saw the movie Sybil; I thought what she can do; I can do it much better; so my ôSybilö syndrome is my own choice; my own Making. She had only sixteen? Hum I have countless more, and countless more to come. And because they are chosen by me; they are never ever meaninglessà at least not to me.

    Victor
    The pain shivered through my flesh like tinfoil on a tooth.
    The wind was the scream of a great mad bird, as it flapped its immense wings.

    I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
    by Harlan Ellison
    http://www.scifi.com/scifiction/clas.../ellison1.html

  • #2
    If you have these multiples, wouldn't it be better to use the form "we" instead of singular "I"?
    "Jan Schroeder is insane" - J. Michael Straczynski, March 2008

    The Station: A Babylon 5 Podcast

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    • #3
      Originally posted by OmahaStar
      If you have these multiples, wouldn't it be better to use the form "we" instead of singular "I"?
      No, it wouldn't because I am able to be one personality at a time; and it would sound silly woulndn't? And I can be everyone I want to be; they are
      under my control; and with them am planning world domination.

      Oh, I have added you on my buddy list; I hope you wouldn't mind?

      Victor
      Last edited by Citizen Vantu; 01-04-2006, 08:27 AM.
      The pain shivered through my flesh like tinfoil on a tooth.
      The wind was the scream of a great mad bird, as it flapped its immense wings.

      I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
      by Harlan Ellison
      http://www.scifi.com/scifiction/clas.../ellison1.html

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      • #4
        It's amazing isn't it?

        It really does take all sorts.

        How wonderful it is to live in a world with true freedom of speech.

        How confusing it is to see how quickly people can fill it [edited]



        EDITED: 5 words --Jan
        Last edited by Jan; 01-05-2006, 11:08 AM.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by LightStorm
          How confusing it is to see how quickly people can fill it [edited]

          EDITED: 5 words --Jan

          Hmm ... Ok, so the game here is to finish the sentance with 5 more words. Let's see if I can do it ...

          How confusing it is to see how quickly people can fill it with sardines and ice creme!

          or ...

          How confusing it is to see how quickly people can fill it with popcorn instead of tacos!
          "Jan Schroeder is insane" - J. Michael Straczynski, March 2008

          The Station: A Babylon 5 Podcast

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          • #6
            I think it's Clinton's fault
            or Bush's. Your choice.
            ---
            Co-host of The Second Time Around podcast
            www.benedictfamily.org/podcast

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