Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 30667

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our twenty two thousand

Posted by medicine male on April 20, 2000, at 1:56:57

Need I say more?

Chech the NWS records of tornadic activity (correlated to ISP location) to confirm the metaphysical aspect. Check my dental records to confirm the rest. Hello ECHELON.

In regards to Cam's post about psychology of alternative conventional medicine, I noticed that after I got the script for pcillin, but before I got it (12-y-o open pulpectomy) filled, I felt better already. The antibios didn't stop the effect of the harsh poison in my system. The ringing in my ears continued and I was sinking into a dark mood and suffering a blurred mental affect. My notetaking was becoming cixelsid, i mean dislexic. But I went in today to get the whole closed. Funny thing was, after I got the appointment, the dark mood started to lift before I got the hole filled! Once I got the thing irrigated and the dtist filled the hole, I felt way better, but my musical memory seems to have failed. Well, a bottle of dry white wine (damn - what is the word for that?) might have contributed, and I expect full recovery in a short time (I hope) but it is curious to note the immediate effect on my musical memory after I treated the infection. A bottle of wine usually augments at least slightly my musical performance, but after stopping that infection it seems to have acted in the same way as a strange location I can't remember my repetoire.

This kind of experimentation is way out of style, nes pas? I hope it lends something to the group dynamics study, and if not that, to the historic record, and if not that, to the celebration of 420,2000.
BTW 420 is a medical holiday, but it is also AH Bday. Strange how symbols coincide. Jung was a little too universal in his interpretation of archetypes, but there are symbols that seem to have a life of their own. Maybe some of our delusions are just understanding we are too awe struck to face.

Spare me the "get some help" posts. I AM the helper. HAPPY HOLIDAYS, ECHELON.

 

correction - no thanks necessary...

Posted by m on April 20, 2000, at 2:21:02

In reply to our twenty two thousand, posted by medicine male on April 20, 2000, at 1:56:57

Hello -

I don't have any idea what you're 'babling" about...

However, I just thought that I'd point out that in your third to last paragraph, the phrase is spelled: "N'est pas?" (of course, you wouldn't have needed the quotation marks...).

No thanks necessary, you're more than welcome. m

> Need I say more?
>
> Chech the NWS records of tornadic activity (correlated to ISP location) to confirm the metaphysical aspect. Check my dental records to confirm the rest. Hello ECHELON.
>
> In regards to Cam's post about psychology of alternative conventional medicine, I noticed that after I got the script for pcillin, but before I got it (12-y-o open pulpectomy) filled, I felt better already. The antibios didn't stop the effect of the harsh poison in my system. The ringing in my ears continued and I was sinking into a dark mood and suffering a blurred mental affect. My notetaking was becoming cixelsid, i mean dislexic. But I went in today to get the whole closed. Funny thing was, after I got the appointment, the dark mood started to lift before I got the hole filled! Once I got the thing irrigated and the dtist filled the hole, I felt way better, but my musical memory seems to have failed. Well, a bottle of dry white wine (damn - what is the word for that?) might have contributed, and I expect full recovery in a short time (I hope) but it is curious to note the immediate effect on my musical memory after I treated the infection. A bottle of wine usually augments at least slightly my musical performance, but after stopping that infection it seems to have acted in the same way as a strange location I can't remember my repetoire.
>
>
>
> This kind of experimentation is way out of style, nes pas? I hope it lends something to the group dynamics study, and if not that, to the historic record, and if not that, to the celebration of 420,2000.
> BTW 420 is a medical holiday, but it is also AH Bday. Strange how symbols coincide. Jung was a little too universal in his interpretation of archetypes, but there are symbols that seem to have a life of their own. Maybe some of our delusions are just understanding we are too awe struck to face.
>
> Spare me the "get some help" posts. I AM the helper. HAPPY HOLIDAYS, ECHELON.


 

Re: our twenty two thousand

Posted by sob on April 20, 2000, at 2:24:01

In reply to our twenty two thousand, posted by medicine male on April 20, 2000, at 1:56:57

Dammit, I meant to say after i got the script, but before I got the SCRIPT filled, I felt better. The IDEA that I was getting help made me feel better.

I felt even better after taking the pcillin, but the open root canal was still open, and I was slipping into a dark mood and getting a dull mind. Then I set the appointment, and my mood lifted on the way to the appointment. The IDEA of getting help made me feel better.

The idea was that the idea of getting medicine made me feel better, but getting a little dwunk make me illetewate on the typewiter keybwoad.

Sorry if I cluttered your board with prattle, but it is human mind, and I bet you appreciate that Doc. Bob.

 

Re: 420 holiday

Posted by Cam W. on April 20, 2000, at 6:49:53

In reply to Re: our twenty two thousand, posted by sob on April 20, 2000, at 2:24:01


If I am not mistaken, 420 is cannabis lingo. I have heard 2 different explanations (both of which I have been either too lazy or uninterested to research). 1) 420 is the police code for a marijuana possession arrest; 2) 4:20 is the time of day you should wait until before smoking your first joint of the day. Otherwise you get nothing done and the day ends up wasted (pardon the pun). (I work until 4:30, so I miss my chance by 10 minutes every day - damn).

I believe this does put 420, 2000's post into perspective though, doesn't it.

More mindless drivel from Cam W.

 

Re: 420 holiday

Posted by michael on April 20, 2000, at 15:35:10

In reply to Re: 420 holiday, posted by Cam W. on April 20, 2000, at 6:49:53

>
> If I am not mistaken, 420 is cannabis lingo. I have heard 2 different explanations (both of which I have been either too lazy or uninterested to research). 1) 420 is the police code for a marijuana possession arrest; 2) 4:20 is the time of day you should wait until before smoking your first joint of the day. Otherwise you get nothing done and the day ends up wasted (pardon the pun). (I work until 4:30, so I miss my chance by 10 minutes every day - damn).
>
> I believe this does put 420, 2000's post into perspective though, doesn't it.
>
> More mindless drivel from Cam W.

Very interesting Cam... Canadian police code? Or do you think police code is international...?

As for the concept (if I understood correctly) that resolving to do something that you believe will make things better, in and of itself can lead to an improvement... no doubt in my mind. Decided to see a pdoc about depression - I felt a little better after merely making an appt.


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