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(Gawker)   The other other girl from Saved by the Bell may be bi-polar,,,or not, but she is obsessed with commas,   (gawker.com) divider line 90
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2012-10-04 09:56:46 AM
Maybe, she is,,,,speakingtous, inthe, style, of, WilliamSHATNER?
 
2012-10-04 09:59:15 AM
So she's often so excited, then so scared?
 
2012-10-04 10:06:33 AM
That goes beyond bi-polar into schizophrenia.
 
2012-10-04 10:43:52 AM
So she's a Sovereign Citizen, then?
 
2012-10-04 11:15:43 AM
That's an interesting symptom of bi-polar disorder. While many instances of those suffering from bi-polar are exemplified by highs of extreme energy and low periods which often show themselves as low energy, (for example: lethargy or apathy), it's rare that your low energy period manifests itself as near commatose.
 
2012-10-04 11:22:20 AM
ch-ch-ch ah-ah-ah
 
2012-10-04 01:08:54 PM

Vodka Zombie: That goes beyond bi-polar into schizophrenia.


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^



/we still love you, Lark.
 
2012-10-04 01:09:31 PM
that, gave me, a, head, ache
 
2012-10-04 01:09:50 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: So she's a Sovereign Citizen, then?


Blocked at work. Which one is it so I can decide if I want to create joinder with her?
 
2012-10-04 01:10:14 PM
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2012-10-04 01:15:43 PM
From reading those sentences, she seems fairly similar to people I am familiar with who are schizo.
 
2012-10-04 01:17:22 PM
At least she's not dead from stomach cancer like the other girl from Family Matters.
 
2012-10-04 01:20:17 PM
First black chick I ever got into
 
2012-10-04 01:28:48 PM
Don't worry. This chick will soon be pumped so full of brain medications that she'll never want to say or write anything interesting again.
 
2012-10-04 01:34:09 PM
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And I thought she would turn out to be the normal one. Nope. Batshiat crazy.
 
2012-10-04 01:34:20 PM

doczoidberg: Don't worry. This chick will soon be pumped so full of brain medications that she'll never want to say or write anything interesting again.


I'm not sure that she's said or written anything interesting to begin with.
 
2012-10-04 01:38:57 PM
Why are we picking on a once-sorta-famous sitcom actress with obvious psychosis? I feel bad for her. I hope she gets on meds before she hurts herself.
 
2012-10-04 01:39:17 PM
All women are bipolar as far as I'm concerned.
 
2012-10-04 01:40:15 PM

Eternal Virgin: All women are bipolar as far as I'm concerned.


This, combined with your handle, is hilarious
 
2012-10-04 01:40:35 PM

SlothB77: Lark Voorhies, styles, a, wondrous, realm, A mystical liberation of enlisting proportions. Lark Voorhies, spans to, reengineer the Abominable, American, Woman! Reinstalling, the faith, into, the, known, variable, Lark Voorhies, gloriously, resurrects, the victored, Phoenix, compelled, and, complete, unto, awaited, timelines, there, unthwarted. A, Masterful, carousel, on, tow, to, consider, Trek of the Cheshire, convincingly, entails, the, rite, of, way, unto, pedistaled, titlement, aborn, the, fremounted, vestule, presumed. A, brilliant, luminere, Trek of the Cheshire, gains, quantum-found, enrolls, unto, aprailient, casters, therefore, mound, pretor. The, mystical, theme, premiers, the, feminine, articulation, to a, modern-day, pristine! Scales, and, acquaintentides, above, all, prominent, measure. Trek of the Cheshire, toasts, call, and, wrail, as, akeen, figures, post, promenade, in, one, of, the, most, prominently, azure, productions, to, grace, page, within, the, told, bolarity, this, era. A, winsome, carry-all, Trek of the Cheshire, coasts, supreme. Boldened, amongst, the, attributate, and, atokened, writes, this, side, of, the, windmiracle, Dixie, Cheshire, promises, conclusive, frank, insight, unto, the, homo-gendered, expressions, of, today. Will, delight, apleeting, and, afortuitous, senses, alike. Boasting, pleasure, on, soar, Lark Voorhies, turns, in, a, hornfest, of, time-aquilled, recordings, sure, to, administer, the, blunt, end, of, current, and, power-packed, face-offs, afforded, the, novel, to, average, mightful, seeker. Trek of the Cheshire, preempts, post-phasal, ruptures, guaranteed, to, raise, the, crest, of, treasured, scailings, to, a, high-probed, notch!

And I thought she would turn out to be the normal one. Nope. Batshiat crazy.


It's the new Lorem ipsum.
 
2012-10-04 01:45:06 PM

Your Zionist Leader: Eternal Virgin: All women are bipolar as far as I'm concerned.

This, combined with your handle, is hilarious


I second that emotion.
 
2012-10-04 01:45:53 PM
I half wonder if the extra commas are from a conversion software or a run-away search and replace.

I_Am_Weasel: That's an interesting symptom of bi-polar disorder. While many instances of those suffering from bi-polar are exemplified by highs of extreme energy and low periods which often show themselves as low energy, (for example: lethargy or apathy), it's rare that your low energy period manifests itself as near commatose.


Ha!
 
2012-10-04 01:47:05 PM
wh,at, the, far,k?
 
2012-10-04 01:50:58 PM
AND FURTHERMORE COMMA
 
2012-10-04 01:51:07 PM
Poor girl. Hope she gets some help soon.
 
2012-10-04 01:57:26 PM
i46.tinypic.com
 
2012-10-04 01:59:10 PM
Those books look like the product of a manic episode. One of the interesting things about bi-polar disorder is that for people suffering from it, their depressed state is often actually the more functional one. Sure, they hate everything and have no motivation, but they also tend to have a more realistic view of the world and their own abilities - if they can make themselves use them.

The same individuals during manic episodes, on the other hand...

While they demonstrate boundless energy, they are also grandiose, unfocused, and often attempt things well beyond their capabilities, with little or no ability to recognize actual success. Everything seems like a brilliant insight.

So yeah. Those books look like she wrote them during a manic episode, and hasn't come down enough yet to recognize what they actually are - a symptom of an uncontrolled problem, rather than examples of brilliance as an author.
 
2012-10-04 02:01:44 PM
Hey, like they say....crazy in the head equals crazy in the bed....amirite? Huh? Huh?

/hope she gets her shiat together
//doubt she will
 
2012-10-04 02:02:10 PM
My favorite Saved by the Bell gal was Lindsey McKeon, who was in the New Class. She was a cutie.

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And I highly approve of how she grew up.

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2012-10-04 02:03:21 PM
I like turtles.
 
2012-10-04 02:04:31 PM

mesmer242: Poor girl. Hope she gets some help soon.


Or at least an editor.
 
2012-10-04 02:06:28 PM

Ball Peen Hammer Laxative: I like turtles.


I LOL'd
 
2012-10-04 02:09:26 PM

KiltedBastich: The same individuals during manic episodes, on the other hand...

While they demonstrate boundless energy, they are also grandiose, unfocused, and often attempt things well beyond their capabilities, with little or no ability to recognize actual success. Everything seems like a brilliant insight.


That's more than just mania, although it does seem pretty grandiose. The intermittent use of commas for every word and the use of words that aren't really words suggest some sort of thought disorder. It's not as if she's trying to use real words and is just a bad speller. She's making up words on the fly, and with no apparent meaning. If she kept that up for two books and still persists in thinking she's published something meaningful, I'm thinking schizophrenia.
 
2012-10-04 02:11:54 PM

chevydeuce: Hey, like they say....crazy in the head equals crazy in the bed....amirite? Huh? Huh?

/hope she gets her shiat together
//doubt she will


She'll probably get to the point where she's hospitalized and put on anti-psychotics. She'll get better, but her weight will skyrocket and she'll find that she doesn't have much drive to do anything. Then she'll go off the pills because they're holding her back, and her brain will go off into left field again. Wash, rinse, repeat. Very sad.
 
2012-10-04 02:14:08 PM
At least she isn't obsessed with periods.
 
2012-10-04 02:18:08 PM
I'm, so, excited.
 
2012-10-04 02:22:24 PM

indylaw:

She'll probably get to the point where she's hospitalized and put on anti-psychotics. She'll get better, but her weight will skyrocket and she'll find that she doesn't have much drive to do anything. Then she'll go off the pills because they're holding her back, and her brain will go off into left field again. Wash, rinse, repeat. Very sad.


That's exactly how it always goes with these people.
Personally, I think they're better off without the pills.
 
2012-10-04 02:25:26 PM
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/not nearly enough commas
 
2012-10-04 02:25:32 PM

Endive Wombat: elizabeth_berkley_coochflap.gif


Gonna need an actual link please
 
2012-10-04 02:26:09 PM

Vodka Zombie: That goes beyond bi-polar into schizophrenia.


Came her to post this. My ex had bi-polar and my cousin has schizophrenia. She acts more like my cousin.

Yeah, I know. Diagnosing a stranger based on one interview and only anecdotal experience isn't scientific.
 
2012-10-04 02:27:42 PM
What,the,fark,did,I,just,read?
 
2012-10-04 02:32:58 PM

doczoidberg: Personally, I think they're better off without the pills.


You occasionally hear that argument, that the cure is worse than the disease, and I suppose it depends on the type and severity of the symptoms, but given the choice between taking nasty pills or ending up in jail because I started shouting threats at imaginary villains at the mall, or withdrawing my family's life savings in order to invest in peanut shells, I'd choose the pills.
 
2012-10-04 02:34:26 PM
Reminds me of the prison letter ramblings of Charles Manson, only she's making even less sense. I can actually sort of follow what Manson is trying to say. When you're crazier than a crazy person who's been in near solitary confinement for 40 years, someone needs to get you help.
 
2012-10-04 02:35:58 PM

shower_in_my_socks: Reminds me of the prison letter ramblings of Charles Manson, only she's making even less sense. I can actually sort of follow what Manson is trying to say. When you're crazier than a crazy person who's been in near solitary confinement for 40 years, someone needs to get you help.


It's remarkably difficult to force someone to get psychiatric treatment short of a suicide attempt or a threat of violence on the patient's part.
 
2012-10-04 02:38:11 PM

Ball Peen Hammer Laxative: I like turtles.


What kind of a name is "Turtle" anyway?

/Comanche Indian?
 
2012-10-04 02:40:05 PM

indylaw: KiltedBastich: The same individuals during manic episodes, on the other hand...

While they demonstrate boundless energy, they are also grandiose, unfocused, and often attempt things well beyond their capabilities, with little or no ability to recognize actual success. Everything seems like a brilliant insight.

That's more than just mania, although it does seem pretty grandiose. The intermittent use of commas for every word and the use of words that aren't really words suggest some sort of thought disorder. It's not as if she's trying to use real words and is just a bad speller. She's making up words on the fly, and with no apparent meaning. If she kept that up for two books and still persists in thinking she's published something meaningful, I'm thinking schizophrenia.


Actually, manic episodes in individuals suffering from bi-polar disorder do resemble mild delusional schizophrenia. They tend to be disorganized and unable to recognize the actual quality of their efforts. This is theorized to be because both disorders are related to dopamine levels in the brain. The differences between the two disorders are in the other symptoms. Manic episodes in bi-polar disorder show high energy and grandiosity along with the disorganized thinking, and are interspersed with the depressive episodes where the person is more grounded but shows all the symptoms of major depression.

By contrast, a person suffering from delusional schizophrenia is likely to have a more stable pattern of emotional behavior (can still be depressed or upset, mind you, schizophrenia's not fun for the sufferer) and their cognitive problems are also more stable, that is, they are consistent in their expression, not variable with mood. Basically, schizophrenia sucks, but once you have diagnosed and evaluated the symptoms a given individual has, its sufferers tends not to show the same extreme variability between states as an individual with bi-polar disorder does. Of course, co-morbidity does happen from time to time. Nothing's ever a guarantee with mental illness.

Remember that mood affects your reasoning as well. I'm willing to bet she thought she was being "avant-garde" and "original" in her use of commas and inventing words. Writing stuff like this is very much in keeping with manic behaviour, and if her ego is big enough and she lacks critical self-evaluation skills, she might not be able to tell the difference herself.
 
2012-10-04 02:43:18 PM
Why would she lie about how much coal she has? Why would she lie about something dumb like that?

/Lil Jon, he always tells the truth
 
2012-10-04 02:48:38 PM
Coming from someone diagnosed with bipolar 16 years ago, who lived with it unmedicated for 9 of those years, she doesn't sound bipolar at all to me. But, 1.) I couldn't make sense of half that shiat. 2.) it takes all kinds, so whatever. 3.) mental disorders are incredibly tricky to work with and no two are alike. Just visit any autism thread for a glimpse at that.
 
2012-10-04 02:52:15 PM

indylaw: doczoidberg: Personally, I think they're better off without the pills.

You occasionally hear that argument, that the cure is worse than the disease, and I suppose it depends on the type and severity of the symptoms, but given the choice between taking nasty pills or ending up in jail because I started shouting threats at imaginary villains at the mall, or withdrawing my family's life savings in order to invest in peanut shells, I'd choose the pills.


You say that, but consider Depakote, which is used to treat bipolar. It turns you into a zombie. Patients sleep 16-18+ hours a day, and are sluggish and "not all there" when they are awake, they eat more than normal, and many I've spoken to are semi-aware of how much they lose on Depakote - the others cannot even tell when/how badly they let themselves go.

It's a scary thing, and I've seen it happen (used to work at a psych facility in Baltimore), too many times. It's tough to walk that line - on the one hand, you really don't want people being medicated zombies for months and years at a time (it's just cruel), but you also don't want loose cannons aimed in every direction.

If you're taking Depakote, it's probably because you've got more than a touch of the crazy. Best to stay on it until the coats step you down to something less up-farking.
 
2012-10-04 03:02:44 PM

indylaw: shower_in_my_socks: Reminds me of the prison letter ramblings of Charles Manson, only she's making even less sense. I can actually sort of follow what Manson is trying to say. When you're crazier than a crazy person who's been in near solitary confinement for 40 years, someone needs to get you help.

It's remarkably difficult to force someone to get psychiatric treatment short of a suicide attempt or a threat of violence on the patient's part.


Lie.
 
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