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Posted: 26 Oct 11 15:21
Before you diagnose yourself with depression and low self-esteem, first make sure you are not, infact, surrounded by assholes.

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Posted: 26 Oct 11 20:13
My, but you sound in a bad way.

I suppose the adage 'Physician, heal thyself' hasn't helped then?

Well, as an intelligent person, I guess you know what to do then.

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Posted: 30 Oct 11 12:29

Quote: Dr. Billingsgate

Before you diagnose yourself with depression and low self-esteem, first make sure you are not, infact, surrounded by assholes.

Dr. Billingsgate, PhD. Clinical Psychology 101


Oh I'm sure I'm not surrounded by assholes at all, no one here but me nowadays, even the cat's hopped it.

Depressed? Me? Perhaps, just a bit!

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Posted: 30 Oct 11 15:29
You sure your name is not Crippen?



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Posted: 31 Oct 11 18:38

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My, but you sound in a bad way.

I suppose the adage 'Physician, heal thyself' hasn't helped then?

Well, as an intelligent person, I guess you know what to do then.


Interestingly, the only reason I have never admitted to being a physician is that I read Moliere's play, The Physician In Spite of Himself, when I was in pre-med years ago. I believe this quote from his play will tell you all you need to know about physicians and why I have never admitted to being one:


"It is the best trade out," he tells us; "payment comes whether we kill or cure. No responsibility rests upon us; we may hack about as we please the stuff given us to work upon. If a patient dies, it is his own fault, never ours. Lastly, dead men, of all people the most discreet, tell no tales of the doctor who has sent them to their long account."

I hope this offers some insight so that I might be better understood by those of you who fail to appreciate my academic virtuosity.

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Posted: 31 Oct 11 18:54

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You sure your name is not Crippen?

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I can't remember if I have ever received a doctorate under that name. Why do you ask?

PS: Why did you use 23 x's when signing your name? The last time you only used 21. Are you losing your fxxking mind?

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Posted: 31 Oct 11 18:59
Inchcock:

Oh I'm sure I'm not surrounded by assholes at all, no one here but me nowadays, even the cat's hopped it.

Depressed? Me? Perhaps, just a bit!

Taketh care


I believe you should check your closets. Could be some assholes that you are not aware of.

Sorry about your cat.

Nice to hear from you, and taker care of yourself.

Dr. B


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Posted: 31 Oct 11 19:22

I can't remember if I have ever received a doctorate under that name. Why do you ask?

PS: Why did you use 23 x's when signing your name? The last time you only used 21. Are you losing your fxxking mind?

Doctor B


I might need your services one day.

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Posted: 31 Oct 11 19:51

Quote: Dr. Billingsgate

Inchcock:

Oh I'm sure I'm not surrounded by assholes at all, no one here but me nowadays, even the cat's hopped it.

Depressed? Me? Perhaps, just a bit!

Taketh care


I believe you should check your closets. Could be some assholes that you are not aware of.

Sorry about your cat.

Nice to hear from you, and taker care of yourself.

Dr. B


As soon as the trick or treater's stop knocking on me door, I'll have a check around for the A-holes.

Thanks for the tip, I'll find the little scallywags!

All the best


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Posted: 31 Oct 11 20:56 - Edited By: Dr. Billingsgate, 31 Oct 11 20:57

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I can't remember if I have ever received a doctorate under that name. Why do you ask?

PS: Why did you use 23 x's when signing your name? The last time you only used 21. Are you losing your fxxking mind?

Doctor B


I might need your services one day.

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That's better. You can never have too many fxxking xxxx's. I do taxidermy. Just write me when you feel the need.

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Posted: 1 Nov 11 04:37

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Before you diagnose yourself with depression and low self-esteem, first...




This could've been the title for a new game.

My entry:

obtain a copy of Steppenwolf, and read it at one sitting whilst listening to New Dawn Fades by Joy Division, or anything by Leonard Cohen.

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Posted: 1 Nov 11 22:36 - Edited By: pinxit, 1 Nov 11 22:46

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I hope this offers some insight so that I might be better understood by those of you who fail to appreciate my academic virtuosity.


Ah! Molière. I remember doing 'Le Malade Imaginaire' many moons ago. Sharp tongue, razor-like mind.

So, you're the silent assassin with carte blanche?

Surprised you haven't yet started on a series of Arseholectomies...

Reminds me of Dr. Shipman. Except he got found out, didn't he...?

Shame about the craving for recognition though.

That must really hurt.

Cordially, across the pond,

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PS "I wait, with my vast medical resource." - The Physician In Spite of Himself

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Posted: 1 Nov 11 23:07
Propus, and if you forket your thrum, deep held and throkus in the psykorcus of the cranium, well donbo!

meanus a porppet, of heldibo and drag yourbod inthroe the winno frum of porse, no problemo.


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Posted: 1 Nov 11 23:11
Shame about the craving for recognition though.

That must really hurt.


That craving has been satisfied many times over by the standing ovations I get when I leave a group. What really hurts is when they don't applaud me when they see me coming.

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Posted: 1 Nov 11 23:18

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What really hurts is when they don't applaud me when they see me coming.


Don't worry. I saw you coming a long time ago...

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Posted: 3 Nov 11 17:58

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What really hurts is when they don't applaud me when they see me coming.


Don't worry. I saw you coming a long time ago...


Pinxit,

Since you're the only one who seems capable of appreciating the nuances of Moliere and The Physician In Spite Of Himself, I will let you in on a secret. In a few minutes I will have Herbert Cain on the phone for an in depth psychoanalysis to see if he is fit to be president. The report should be available shortly.

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Posted: 4 Nov 11 23:06 - Edited By: armfeetandtoe, 4 Nov 11 23:06
Doc, have you read the Catholic Apocrypha? I am sure they mention your name with regard to apendages.



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Posted: 5 Nov 11 14:44

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In a few minutes I will have Herbert Cain on the phone for an in depth psychoanalysis to see if he is fit to be president. The report should be available shortly.


I'm sure he has more skeletons in the cupboard than even you.

(For purposes of a purely taxidermic nature, of course.)

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Doc, have you read the Catholic Apocrypha? I am sure they mention your name with regard to apendages.

Love as always

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Surely you must remember that I have a PhD. in Apocrypy. It was part of 2 for 1 deal when I got my degree in Taxidermy.

Always nice to hear from someone nuttier than me.

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Posted: 7 Nov 11 16:54

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In a few minutes I will have Herbert Cain on the phone for an in depth psychoanalysis to see if he is fit to be president. The report should be available shortly.


I'm sure he has more skeletons in the cupboard than even you.

(For purposes of a purely taxidermic nature, of course.)


Now that Gloria Allred is in his cupboard I am sure the skeletons will gain flesh. That, my friend, is all I need to embark on my Cain stuffing episode.

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Posted: 7 Nov 11 17:49 - Edited By: armfeetandtoe, 7 Nov 11 17:50
Elisha was a great prophet in his time. He gave us warning of crap like the x factor. What are your prophesis for the future?




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Posted: 14 Nov 11 12:26

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Now that Gloria Allred is in his cupboard I am sure the skeletons will gain flesh. That, my friend, is all I need to embark on my Cain stuffing episode.


I'm sure that you're more than Abel...

And while we're on the stuffing front... enough to make you chuck up...

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Posted: 14 Nov 11 13:52
Cain, Abel, Elisha, strange that - all recognised stories in both The Qu'ran and The Bible.

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And he warned us about that film Chariots of Fire


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Elisha was a great prophet in his time. He gave us warning of crap like the x factor. What are your prophesis for the future?




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