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CLINIC

PATIENT

DIAGNOSTIC

Patient refers to it as stargate-eight-five

A Stooge.1

Ambush.2

 

TOOLSET

INFORMAL FALLACY

 

—Many ways!

—I'll bet.

With details.

All over.

Moxie's

Disease

 

Fighting Fires — Maintenance is the sign of civilization. It's taking care of things. Always be aware of the ending – You have to be intelligent, discriminating, and careful.

 

NOTES TO MYSELF

PSYCHOLOGICAL AGE

CLASS

[make-believe, pretension] - Many people are impostors and double-crossers, trying to get you to go along with them - They're one step removed from knowing what they're doing - Intermingling truth, gossip, fantasy, scapegoating, and bizarre sermons, then totally ignoring you, they push you around, and nobody likes to be pushed around! - You don't have to lie and deceive - Just by being a nice simple guy, everything comes your way.

The Age of Significance, ages 20-23

Challenges

 

 
 
 
 
 

Exactly what someone said [or did]
... usually not very original.

The thoughts of a "bad child"
... to free your mind again.

TRICKS

WINGS

IDEAS

"Your mind is the free theater hither and thither they dominate."

—I'll bet.

—The rest of your life.

"I've always wanted to be in a sitcom." [Insincerely]

With details.

—All kinds.

[Someone noisily picking their teeth]

With details.

Unto himself! ... I felt like a mushroom ... I was left in the dark and fed garbage.

"I knew you were going to say that! It's like hitting a stone wall."

—I'll bet.

—There's a difference ... You're not the walking wounded and you're not a big shot.

"I am The Joker." (–Another no-name shooter ... the Colorado Movie Massacre suspect ... the frightened neglected child ... the alleged gunman James Eagan Holmes ... the man who loses even his name in the fickle press ... whose experiences at the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus, where he had been treated by the psychiatrist directing the school's mental health services, continue to be shrouded in mystery, July 20, 2012)

With details.

—Did you feel the little pea under your mattress? ... Did you hear the tick-tock tock of a grandfather clock? ... Did you hear the drip drip drop of the sink that wouldn't stop? ... Wow! Like Hollywood! ... Wherever you are ... Don't trip! ... Give other people a chance ... A lot of them have nice cushy jobs and know very little ... Some are very sad, and if you're nice to them, they're even sadder ... Why would anyone feel that bad? ... Because whenever they were themselves, people ridiculed them, ignored them, or attacked them ... They die like flies ... Little things ... It's beneath me it's so annoying ... To get along, children learn what goes and what doesn't go ... Tell your father you need to go to a mental hospital ... It depends on what people need ... What they need is to know what they don't know ... The number one killer is the ridicule of intelligence ... You mean the little plane with a propellor on it? ... The teachers can't tell you your parents are assholes, because they'll get fired ... That's because Franklin Roosevelt died seventy years ago ... It's not sad if you don't expect too much.

"I think it can now be said, without equivocation — without equivocation — that this man hates this country. He is trying — Barack Obama is trying — to dismantle, brick by brick, the American dream." (–Rush Limbaugh, July 16, 2012)

With details.

—The mind is like a jungle, and there's a little clearing, and every now and then a little animal darts through, which is like a buried experience from childhood, and you feel things.

"He was indoctrinated as a child. His father was a communist. His mother was a leftist. He was sent to prep and Ivy League schools where his contempt for the country was reinforced." (–Rush Limbaugh, referring to Barack Obama, July 16, 2012)

—I'll bet.

—I don't know how you can keep this all straight in your head.

"There's a naked hen in the refrigerator."

With details.

—That's how they suck you in.

"If you say these people [school bullies] aren't my friends, then what friends do I have?" [From the 2012 documentary, Bully – See also stargate22, intimidation, lying]

—Many ways!

—Diamonds are a girl's best friend ... They're socially challenged ... The wish to live is inside you ... Listen to the wish to live calling up to you ... What's weak and deeply intuitive? ... A squeaky wheel ... A squeaky wheel gets greased! ... You're supposed to do whatever you can to facilitate another person ... The less you put blame on other people, the better you do ... That's what makes the world go around.

"Once perceived as somewhat eccentric, grassroots vanity sites for writer wannabes, web logs, or blogs, are being taken very seriously these days."

—I'll bet.

—Shabby! What creeps, huh? – Socially challenged.

"Do you like pomegranates?"

—Many ways!

—Don't touch 'em! That's the first thing you have to know about plants. Don't touch 'em!

"I wasn't aware of that."

—Many ways!

—And buy a better suit.

"I'm aware."

—I'll bet.

—Well, who told you not to be? – Ninety percent is under water.

"I have a real problem with the way you said something so let's discuss it."

With details.

—Can it live in the shade?

"We have to check [that the door's locked] – We're both seniors now."

With details.

—Raise someone's welfare to the same level as your own (or greater) ... I'm just a person.

"My paintings are boring – All my friends are so talented." [From a human sinkhole of negativity]

—All over.

That bad, huh? ... Look at all the money we spent on bombs and what good did it do? ... They're totally envy and jealousy fodder ... They hate themselves and everything they do ... There's nothing you can do about it ... It's the way you lie; it's catching up to you ... Be careful ... You can do a big job beating yourself up ... Back yourself up! ... That's what my suggestion is, go easy on yourself ... You feel alone and unneeded in a way ... You're just stuck with living with yourself ... Let those creeps drop dead.

"Why don't you have friends who come over?"

With details.

Most people want to hide ... I don't want to be popular ... Think about it ... Add it up ... You call that being treated like royalty? ... Go beat up a doctor!

"I hate it when people stare at me – It makes me feel like a freak."

With details.

—Try to seek the essence of honey in yourself if you want to be yourself.

"Sacramento and Montgomery!" [You're driving in a direction they didn't expect – They act as if everyone's always cheated them – Delusions of grandeur – They'll never reach your level of insanity]

—Many ways!

—I was thinking of a swan.

"Richard, do you go by Dick?"

—Many ways!

Maybe on a map ... Most people aren't ready for that.

"Grow your small dick."

—I'll bet.

—Do you have to have everything your own way?

"Don't be a dick."

—Many ways!

—That came off really nice!

"Seriously – If I stuck my dick in your mouth would that shut you up?" [Abusive dialog from TuckerMax.com]

With details.

—Ever hear of mouth corners? ... Stick to little things!

"I have a really big dick."

—I'll bet.

—For an emergency, I guess.

"Yes. We're neurotics; he's psychotic."

With details.

—No matter how crazy you are, why not pursue your bliss?

"The same day that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down, [Lara] Logan was surveying the mood of anti-Mubarak protesters for a '60 Minutes' story when she and her team 'were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration,' CBS said in a statement Tuesday. The network said that a group of 200 people were then 'whipped into a frenzy,' pulling Logan away from her crew and attacking her until a group of women and Egyptian soldiers intervened." (–Melissa Maerz, The Los Angeles Times, February 15, 2011)

With details.

Oh, no! ... God knows what's happening next ... THAT's what's going to bring world peace ... Carry a gun! ... Get away from it as fast as you can ... No matter how alert you are, sooner or later you're going to fall and hurt yourself ... Next time I know just what to do ... Wyoming is the asshole state of the universe.

"I heard there were some other mechanics who said they could get that off." [Work crew foreman to escalator repair mechanics at the airport]

—Many ways!

—Because you know which end is up ... You know a lot of kids, their feet are growing out of their asshole.

"I like the card with the snow-covered hills."

—Many ways!

—A quiet conversation.

"He's so laid-back."

—Many ways!

—And you wonder, What's next?

[An impostor asking you a question when they already know the answer (It's just an expression of hatred)]

—I'll bet.

—I would have known the answer to that if you hadn't asked me.

"The first thing you see in India is indignity: filthy slums, boulevard defecation, puffed-out bellies. You feel shocked but also noble in your compassion. Then it becomes normal. You see that the true degradation is in human relationships, in the belief that people come in different levels of humanness. The idea is so pervasive and tempting of your vanity that, in time, it infects you, too." (–Anand Giridharadas, "Letter from India: Questions I Never Got to Answer," International Herald Tribune, 19 June 2009)

—All over.

—Your Id is like a rat. Your Superego is like the Pope. Reason is clear perception of the truth: That's what's called horse sense, or common sense. Id: "Devour the entire world!" What does an animal know about putting money in the bank? Superego: "Kill you!" People are just little robots acting out the plan of their unconscious. This is the end of the line for do-gooders. What's funny is when the lid of repression is lifted. People are like neurological thickets, and they simply slip from one activation to another. Heaven and hell are right beside us on earth. The part of you that dreams at night understands energy and has abilities.

"What a wonderful thing to be an American – None of us agree about anything." (–Cindy McCain, September 3, 2008)

—I'll bet.

—I'm not trying to trick you, but remember you said that.

"Are you the Night Cabbie?" [Weekly columnist for the Examiner]

—I'll bet.

—No, no, no – I didn't sign up for that.

"One of these days the real Jenifer is going to come out; you're going to crash." [From the boss]

With details.

—Right in the street ... Over on the side ... Are you afraid a purple water is going to come in the shape of an antelope and kill me? ... What is the first rule of art? ... Don't bore the public ... I have to pay off my education – It's a fortune.

"You can tell a lot about a person by their hands – You know, you have very large hands."

—I'll bet.

—That might help ... What do you think happens in the wilderness?

"She didn't want to help me because I'm a Black woman – She said she didn't have the colors to support a Black complexion." [Customer lying about you to your boss – She may be one of these insecure people who try to make everyone feel even more insecure ... so she can be the secure one]

—I'll bet.

—I'm completely sailing under false colors – I think a lot of things that aren't true – They're always in a different place.

"If you don't sell to the Arabs, they'll hate you."

—I'll bet.

—They already do.

"You know the nice thing about smiles? They're free."

—I'll bet.

—They say Jesus never laughed.

"Slow as molasses."

—Many ways!

—That's what saves me.

"Do you have to take up the entire aisle?"

With details.

—I'm right there with you.

"My cab Lux 994 is currently top of the line with leather seats, lumbar control, newspaper in the rear seat pocket compartment and the amazing Luxor sound system."

—All over.

—Delirious!

"Doing reality checks during my day shift I often talk with the passengers about Molly Ivins, the concentration of wealth (although according to the lamas you have to pray for the rich bastards too) the lack of national health insurance, Lester Thurow and Jeremy Rifkin."

—I'll bet.

—I'm just in the mood to do nothing.

"Hopefully there is some benefit in this two-way street which I don't dominate more than I have to to be a mirror that reflects society."

—Many ways!

—It's amazing how much there is to do, huh?

"Coming back with fancy retorts is not my style unless I think at that moment that it will benefit beings."

—Many ways!

—That was my interpretation.

"I find your site a step in the direction I want to go, but do not know how to read it."

—Many ways!

—There's a solution to everything.

"There is no quality control on the Web, and there isn't likely to be any. Unlike libraries where vanity press publications are rarely, if ever, collected, vanity is often what drives the Internet. Any fool can put up anything on the Web, and, to my accounting, all have." (–Mark Y. Herring, "10 Reasons Why the Internet Is No Substitute for a Library," American Libraries, April 2001, pp. 76-78)

With details.

—But not us.

"Oh, sure! I love feeling like a small fish in a big pond."

—I'll bet.

—Next you'll tell me you have a friend who's a chocolate fish.

"Unless you know what you're talking about, SHUT UP!"

With details.

—So what if people laugh at you?

"I'm honored, I think."

—I'll bet.

—I'm just preparing you, okay?

"I can rely on you to be early."

With details.

—We are both very foolish.

"Son-of-a-BITCH!" [From a pedestrian you almost ran over]

—Many ways!

—Who isn't?

"I wasn't talking to you."

—I'll bet.

—I'm not alone.

"Friendly is not the same thing as friends."

—Many ways!

—Think of it more as a stepping stone.

"Do you have any friends?"

—All over.

—They wear you out, don't they?

"I can't understand why you don't have many friends – you're so interesting."

—I'll bet.

—I'll have to get some more!

"I'm indecisive today."

—I'll bet.

—I'm secretly ironic.

"I know you hate all my friends." [Spoken in front of them]

—I'll bet.

—It's only a few, right?

"Well, you said you did."

—All over.

—Overnight.

"I JUST SAID IT!"

—I'll bet.

—What did I say? ... All mental illness is a certain kind of tension, and all mental health is a certain kind of ease.

["Where are you from?" "Detroit."] "That's right ... You said that."

—I'll bet.

—I spoke too soon.

"You said I was crazy."

With details.

—And everything's nailed down, I suppose.

"She said you were totally rude and unprofessional."

With details.

—There's always a certain percentage.

"Your friends just don't make it."

—I'll bet.

—All happiness is earned.

"You messed up again."

With details.

—You know I want my work perfect.

"Are you innocent?"

—Many ways!

—Like most people.

"That was like a scene from All in the Family – Do it again! – Say what you said."

—I'll bet.

—That isn't the real me – You do it!

"There's the evil laugh again."

With details.

—That shouldn't make you feel bad.

"It's you again?"

—All over.

—You called?

"We can't continue to take a bath in this." [From a scary executive who stonewalls and rarely gives an inch]

—I'll bet.

—I think everyone sees that.

"Hominabie foramchi bogude wallawalla abadada!" [From a passing street person, talking in tongues]

With details.

—No nonsense!

"I bet you get in lots of trouble, don't you?"

With details.

—You don't need that.

"So now you're famous."

—All over.

—The smells of Oscar Wilde.

"You know the other day when Achilles was having that thing done to him at the vet?"

With details.

—They never show that on the news.

"Paris was really making a commotion."

—I'll bet.

—Didn't anyone ever hear the expression, "When pigs have wings?"

"He woke me up at seven howling and carrying on until nine-thirty when I left."

—I'll bet.

—It's hard to shake off.

"Well, Richard, that's where you and I differ."

—I'll bet.

—An artist is never poor.

"She likes Kenny G ... he's not my cup of tea ... but what kind of man would I be ... to let Kenny G ... come between her and me?"

With details.

—You better watch it, too! ... Everything bad to do.

"I don't like fluff."

—I'll bet.

—For real.

"Nice breeze."

—All over.

—It's fantastic.

"Find a mess and you'll find Jeanette."

—All over.

—An art lover.

"I was mortified!"

With details.

—See if you can step back a little.

"At the risk of repeating myself."

—All over.

—It causes baldness and lack of mirth.

"Back for thirds?"

—All over.

—Best ever.

"Your Japanese must be useful."

—Many ways!

—Heard all over the world.

"Where are you going to advertise?"

—All over.

—You'll see it.

"I was going to ask if I could get that spot."

With details.

—Later.

"Crapweasels make menace!"

—I'll bet.

—Six months old, everyone's nice.

"Maybe someone will adopt you."

—I'll bet.

—Don't count on it.

[A child who is getting too physical with you]

—All over.

—Give me a kiss!

"What are you doing, holding up the wall?"

—I'll bet.

—People tend to be afraid of what they don't understand.

"Here! Make yourself useful."

—I'll bet.

—The call of the wild.

"You're always running away."

—I'll bet.

—That's a good thing not to do.

"Just take it away." [From a thoroughly miserable customer – the chief of police – who's been giving you a hard time]

—Many ways!

—You are reminding me of the dessert course.

"Robbie started it – I didn't do anything!"

—I'll bet.

—If you treat your brother like that, you'll never get a good husband.

"Has the movie started?" [Someone behind you in the movie theater, after you've told the disturbingly loud women, with him, to shut up]

—I'll bet.

—That's suffering quietly.

"Don't get me started."

—I'll bet.

—To the stars?

"Aw, shut up."

—I'll bet.

—That's dangerous.

"Aw, blow it out your ass!"

—I'll bet.

—This is dangerous, too, for the dog.

"You're stressing me out so much I can't think straight."

—I'll bet.

—Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

REFLECTIONS

 
 
 
 
 

16-JUL-1999.

The Bradley Box

Some people ignore it, some people attack it, and some people use it.

A lot of people pretend they're afraid of it.

The Bradley Box is a Symbolically Unified Website Navigator (SUWN) invented by my sister, Amoret Bradley Phillips, and implemented here without words. It is what it is — a Bradley Box — and if you haven't figured out how to use it, you suwn will.


10-APR-2014.

 

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—I'll bet.