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(CBS Miami)   "All the while, his family says, he was convinced the government has planted radio frequency chips in his teeth. He wrote on one note...ObamacaresRFID." if you like your mental illness, you can keep it?   (miami.cbslocal.com) divider line 73
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2013-11-20 03:20:54 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-11-20 03:25:07 PM
Sounds like every Fox News viewer I've ever met.
 
2013-11-20 03:26:07 PM
The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.
 
2013-11-20 03:28:22 PM
Are we still trying to coverup the murder of the woman who accidentally pulled into the White House drive way?
 
2013-11-20 03:30:15 PM
cdn.static.ovimg.com
 
2013-11-20 03:30:18 PM
How do you know he's not right and you're the crazy ones?

static.giantbomb.com
 
2013-11-20 03:30:25 PM
I couldn't ready too mach into that with all the pore editang.  It's still a gud artical.
 
2013-11-20 03:30:53 PM
I wonder what CAC Medical Centers had to shell out to basically take over 75% of that site's front page?
 
2013-11-20 03:32:46 PM
"All the while, his family says, he was convinced the government has planted radio frequency chips in his teeth. He wrote on one note...ObamacaresRFID."
Well, he's got a bright career as a writer for WND.
 
2013-11-20 03:33:33 PM
Darn.  If it weren't for all the people getting killed, "Mental Mayhem" would be a great name for a band.
 
2013-11-20 03:35:09 PM

mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.


To further complicate things, one of the most common symptoms in people with schizophrenia (those who most frequently exhibit such paranoid delusions) is anosognosia. Whereas denial is a psychological refutation of one's illness ("I'm not an alcoholic, I can stop anytime"), anosognosia is a physiological chemical imbalance in the brain that renders the afflicted's mind incapable of understanding that it even has a problem.

My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia over three years ago, and we still struggle with this. It's frustrating, maddening, and depressing.
 
2013-11-20 03:37:32 PM
Comments on the article from Slidingintoit are what a person who needs mental health treatment might sound like.
 
2013-11-20 03:42:25 PM
Don't ask me why
But I was walking down the streets
Of Fairfax, California
And I saw this flyer hangin'
On a telephone pole, and it said
CAN GOD FILL TEETH?
That's right!
For a $10 "Donation"
You could see silver fillings turn to gold
And other "supernormal dental happenings."
New caps! Filled cavities!
Bring a flashlight and a mirror to observe.

But wait a minute -
Didn't I just read
About how the cops are getting parents
To plant bugging devices
In their kids teeth
So if they disappear they can track 'em
Before they wind up on the backs of milk cartons
And all that -
And didn't I read
That these devices can go two-way
And everything that I do or say
Is all goin' on tape somewhere right now
Planted in my cavities
And they didn't even tell me?
No wonder every bad thing
In and out of my mouth
Keeps winding up on my employment record!
All those fillings
All those crowns
I'll show them
Who's boss of my big mouth
Where's the pliers
God dammit! Where's the pliers?!?
Wilma! Where'd you put my electric drill?

This is all coming out right now - TODAY!

Agh! Agh! Agh!
Agh! Agh! Agh!
Agh! Agh! Agh!

Must be some kind of conspiracy
The whole world's a goddamn conspiracy
Look anywhere long enough, you're gonna find a conspiracy
Man - LIFE is a conspiracy!

Agh! Agh! Agh!
Agh! Agh! Agh!
Agh! Agh! Agh!

Needlenose
Up my nose
- Agh! -
Where did all these wires come from?
How far up into my skull do they go?
I pull out more and more copper spaghetti
How'd my Weekly World News get all wet?
Goddamn fishsticks melted again!
What are they trying to do to me?
No secrets left in the land of the free!

There.
No one's gonna tell me what to do.
It's worth eating baby food
The rest of my life
To be a free man.
Bastards!
Probably wouldn't understand me anyway.
 
2013-11-20 03:43:03 PM
RFID Chips?  I wonder where he got that idea..

Study it out, people.
 
2013-11-20 03:43:47 PM

Heamer: mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.

To further complicate things, one of the most common symptoms in people with schizophrenia (those who most frequently exhibit such paranoid delusions) is anosognosia. Whereas denial is a psychological refutation of one's illness ("I'm not an alcoholic, I can stop anytime"), anosognosia is a physiological chemical imbalance in the brain that renders the afflicted's mind incapable of understanding that it even has a problem.

My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia over three years ago, and we still struggle with this. It's frustrating, maddening, and depressing.


I dated a girl whose brother has schizophrenia.  The family was profoundly dysfunctional, so the support and help he needed was not in place.  He's been in and out of jail for assault, and in and out of mental hospitals.  When he's at home, he sits in the basement stewing in his own filth and delusions, not taking his medication.  His mother is a tiny Asian woman, and doesn't have the physical presence to force a dude in his 20s to do anything.  The father is raging asshole, and admitting his son has a problem would be the same as admitting his seed it polluted, or something.

Dude left me with a chip in my tooth, a scar on my chin and a gap in my memory.  Most of his delusions revolve around his sister (my ex).  He thinks everything that's gone wrong in his life is her fault.  I was over one day, and he was lucid.  We chatted, he went downstairs to the basement.  Later, I was making KD and he came up and started ranting at my ex.  The parents were in the room, but not really doing anything.  Then they just up and left, leaving the ex and I alone with him.  He advance towards her, and she ran and hid behind me.  I interposed myself between them and defied him, which was probably a mistake.  Next thing I know, I'm lying on the floor, the pot of KD has been flung...somewhere, and he's standing over me.  My ex's shrieking brought the parents back in, they pulled him off me...and then he wondered what all the fuss was about.

And after all that, the upleasable biatch complained that I wasn't a very good fighter.

All this happened in Canada, where we have a semi-functioning mental health system (it could still be better).  If he was in the States, he'd be a headline by now.

/good riddance to the lot of them
 
2013-11-20 03:44:43 PM
The worst part is when the voices in their head tell them to take a shower, put on some nice clothes and get a decent job. Those people need help.
 
2013-11-20 03:47:31 PM
www.missinfo.tv
Can dig it.
 
2013-11-20 03:47:48 PM

Quick Fixer: Comments on the article from Slidingintoit are what a person who needs mental health treatment might sound like.


USE YOUR SEARCH BAR
 
2013-11-20 03:48:49 PM

mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.


The sad thing about this sudden new focus on "the mental illness problem" is i can't shake the feeling it's being orchestrated by drug companies simply to move more product.

I'd just like everyone to keep in mind all the spree killers and crazy people are already on medication 95% of the time, and what these people truly need is a decent therapist, or even just a good friend to keep them grounded.
 
2013-11-20 03:50:07 PM
Did anyone notice the picture of the reporter on the side of the article?  It looks like her mouth is shooped.
 
2013-11-20 03:51:23 PM

J. Frank Parnell: I'd just like everyone to keep in mind all the spree killers and crazy people are already on medication 95% of the time,


Citation needed. Usually it's when they go off the meds that issues happen.
 
GBB
2013-11-20 03:54:10 PM
Sudden onset of paranoid delusions with no precursors?  In South Florida?   I may be in the minority, but I'm going to go with "bath salts" as a possible cause.
 
2013-11-20 03:54:44 PM
He thinks the dogs two eyes have camera as well

particularly with high tech MRI's,

"When a person tells us their hearing voices

"The handwriting literally, in some cases, is on the wall," he tells Gillen as he examined police photos

Neighbors of a South Florida solider had no idea his walls were hand painted with ominous messages and drawings. That police said shocked even them.

The apartment belonged to a troubled South Florida solider

But despite the soldiers families efforts to get him help; he ultimately was released

"People are desperate everywhere and its sad,"

"Studies indicate that longer we take to treat someone...more likelier there may be permanent brain damage."

And yet he says that mental health laws and resources for help have not kept up with science;and what is now known about the brain and mental illness.


Holy crap. I'm saving this story to use as a test the next time I hire an editor.
 
GBB
2013-11-20 04:02:01 PM
And as far as "we need to do something in this country about mental illness", what do you suppose we do?  In a free country as ours, you actually have the right to be crazy.  Where, exactly, do we draw the line between mental illness and 'doesn't think the way I think they should think'?  And how to we justify and determine when to deprive someone of their freedom to get tested?

Remember when we used to have state run asylums everywhere?  Or was that just in the movies?
 
2013-11-20 04:02:17 PM

Bondith: Heamer: mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.

To further complicate things, one of the most common symptoms in people with schizophrenia (those who most frequently exhibit such paranoid delusions) is anosognosia. Whereas denial is a psychological refutation of one's illness ("I'm not an alcoholic, I can stop anytime"), anosognosia is a physiological chemical imbalance in the brain that renders the afflicted's mind incapable of understanding that it even has a problem.

My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia over three years ago, and we still struggle with this. It's frustrating, maddening, and depressing.

I dated a girl whose brother has schizophrenia.  The family was profoundly dysfunctional, so the support and help he needed was not in place.  He's been in and out of jail for assault, and in and out of mental hospitals.  When he's at home, he sits in the basement stewing in his own filth and delusions, not taking his medication.  His mother is a tiny Asian woman, and doesn't have the physical presence to force a dude in his 20s to do anything.  The father is raging asshole, and admitting his son has a problem would be the same as admitting his seed it polluted, or something.

Dude left me with a chip in my tooth, a scar on my chin and a gap in my memory.  Most of his delusions revolve around his sister (my ex).  He thinks everything that's gone wrong in his life is her fault.  I was over one day, and he was lucid.  We chatted, he went downstairs to the basement.  Later, I was making KD and he came up and started ranting at my ex.  The parents were in the room, but not really doing anything.  Then they just up and left, leaving the ex and I alone with him.  He advance towards her, and she ran and hid behind me.  I interposed mysel ...


What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?
 
2013-11-20 04:05:12 PM

cameroncrazy1984: J. Frank Parnell: I'd just like everyone to keep in mind all the spree killers and crazy people are already on medication 95% of the time,

Citation needed. Usually it's when they go off the meds that issues happen.


"When roughly nine out of every 10 cases in these school shootings and mass shootings involve these drugs being prescribed, then at least a significant proportion of these cases were either caused by the drugs or the drugs made a significant contribution to the problem,"

Even as far back as Columbine, the kids who did it were on prescription antidepressants. The ones out now even have a warning that they can cause suicidal thoughts, which seems counterintuitive for something supposed to combat depression and suicidal thoughts.

Even if you choose to deny the drugs are causing these events, there is no doubt they were on them, and it didn't stop them from doing it.
 
2013-11-20 04:06:13 PM

DarnoKonrad: Sounds like every Fox News viewer I've ever met.


I was going to say Alex Jones viewer, but this works too!
 
2013-11-20 04:06:24 PM

J. Frank Parnell: "When roughly nine out of every 10 cases in these school shootings and mass shootings involve these drugs being prescribed, then at least a significant proportion of these cases were either caused by the drugs or the drugs made a significant contribution to the problem,"


Link timed out, for some mysterious reason, when i was trying to post it.
 
2013-11-20 04:07:15 PM
Ok, that's just bizarre. Link works fine for me but times out only when i try to link it here.

fark it, we'll do it manually.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/top-psychiatrist-meds-behind-school-massa cr es/
 
2013-11-20 04:07:58 PM

FrancoFile: What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?


It's Canadian slang for macaroni and cheese.
 
2013-11-20 04:08:43 PM

Bondith: Heamer: mike_d85:

All this happened in Canada, where we have a semi-functioning mental health system (it could still be better).  If he was in the States, he'd be a headline by now.


i've advocated for a patient who's been in several in-patient facilities in two provinces, and have found mental health care there to be totally lacking. at least half a dozen doctors have all given jaw-droppingly inane med cocktails, sometimes with dosages that have made my US psych contacts angry because they're way too high or way too low. just anecdotal, and sometime things here in the states aren't much better, but geez.

anyway, what's up with people having messages broadcast into their teeth? i've met several people like that, including one who wanted to sue the local university radio station for attacking him with radio waves via his teeth. do people just hear that from some generic source and latch onto it? i dunno; schizophrenics are wacky.
 
2013-11-20 04:09:19 PM

Bondith: Heamer: mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.

To further complicate things, one of the most common symptoms in people with schizophrenia (those who most frequently exhibit such paranoid delusions) is anosognosia. Whereas denial is a psychological refutation of one's illness ("I'm not an alcoholic, I can stop anytime"), anosognosia is a physiological chemical imbalance in the brain that renders the afflicted's mind incapable of understanding that it even has a problem.

My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia over three years ago, and we still struggle with this. It's frustrating, maddening, and depressing.

I dated a girl whose brother has schizophrenia.  The family was profoundly dysfunctional, so the support and help he needed was not in place.  He's been in and out of jail for assault, and in and out of mental hospitals.  When he's at home, he sits in the basement stewing in his own filth and delusions, not taking his medication.  His mother is a tiny Asian woman, and doesn't have the physical presence to force a dude in his 20s to do anything.  The father is raging asshole, and admitting his son has a problem would be the same as admitting his seed it polluted, or something.

Dude left me with a chip in my tooth, a scar on my chin and a gap in my memory.  Most of his delusions revolve around his sister (my ex).  He thinks everything that's gone wrong in his life is her fault.  I was over one day, and he was lucid.  We chatted, he went downstairs to the basement.  Later, I was making KD and he came up and started ranting at my ex.  The parents were in the room, but not really doing anything.  Then they just up and left, leaving the ex and I alone with him.  He advance towards her, and she ran and hid behind me.  I interposed mysel


Sounds like a ticking time bomb who is going to kill his sister one day. Be glad you got out.
 
2013-11-20 04:09:31 PM

J. Frank Parnell: Even if you choose to deny the drugs are causing these events, there is no doubt they were on them, and it didn't stop them from doing it.


Don't you think it's more likely that these drugs aren't 100% effective, like, you know, all the other drugs?
 
2013-11-20 04:10:25 PM

FrancoFile: Bondith: Heamer: mike_d85: The sad thing about people with paranoid delusions is that medication can help their delusions, but they think the people giving them medicine are out to get them.  It's hard to argue with "you're trying to control my mind" when medicating for mental illness.

To further complicate things, one of the most common symptoms in people with schizophrenia (those who most frequently exhibit such paranoid delusions) is anosognosia. Whereas denial is a psychological refutation of one's illness ("I'm not an alcoholic, I can stop anytime"), anosognosia is a physiological chemical imbalance in the brain that renders the afflicted's mind incapable of understanding that it even has a problem.

My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia over three years ago, and we still struggle with this. It's frustrating, maddening, and depressing.

I dated a girl whose brother has schizophrenia.  The family was profoundly dysfunctional, so the support and help he needed was not in place.  He's been in and out of jail for assault, and in and out of mental hospitals.  When he's at home, he sits in the basement stewing in his own filth and delusions, not taking his medication.  His mother is a tiny Asian woman, and doesn't have the physical presence to force a dude in his 20s to do anything.  The father is raging asshole, and admitting his son has a problem would be the same as admitting his seed it polluted, or something.

Dude left me with a chip in my tooth, a scar on my chin and a gap in my memory.  Most of his delusions revolve around his sister (my ex).  He thinks everything that's gone wrong in his life is her fault.  I was over one day, and he was lucid.  We chatted, he went downstairs to the basement.  Later, I was making KD and he came up and started ranting at my ex.  The parents were in the room, but not really doing anything.  Then they just up and left, leaving the ex and I alone with him.  He advance towards her, and she ran and hid behind me.  I interposed mysel ...

What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?


It's Canadian slang for Kraft mac & cheese.
 
2013-11-20 04:12:28 PM
Mentally ill people are a crop to be harvested.  It would be negligent of a capitalist to let them keep their money.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-11-20 04:12:28 PM

Farce-Side: FrancoFile: What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?

It's Canadian slang for macaroni and cheese.



Kraft Dinner? What manner of tomfoolery is this exactly?
 
2013-11-20 04:12:54 PM
if you like your mental illness, you can keep it?

I'ts freedom OF religion, not freedom for, submitard. It's a constitutional thing.
 
2013-11-20 04:14:34 PM

J. Frank Parnell: Ok, that's just bizarre. Link works fine for me but times out only when i try to link it here.

fark it, we'll do it manually.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/top-psychiatrist-meds-behind-school-massa cr es/


I see what you did there...
 
2013-11-20 04:16:12 PM

Wrath of Heaven: Farce-Side: FrancoFile: What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?

It's Canadian slang for macaroni and cheese.


Kraft Dinner? What manner of tomfoolery is this exactly?


Is that what the fark "Kraft Dinner" is?  Just mac & cheese?  How is that considered a dinner - it's just a side dish?!?!

/all this time I though 'Kraft Dinner' was a TV dinner
//you know, an actual meal
 
2013-11-20 04:25:59 PM

FrancoFile: Wrath of Heaven: Farce-Side: FrancoFile: What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?

It's Canadian slang for macaroni and cheese.


Kraft Dinner? What manner of tomfoolery is this exactly?

Is that what the fark "Kraft Dinner" is?  Just mac & cheese?  How is that considered a dinner - it's just a side dish?!?!

/all this time I though 'Kraft Dinner' was a TV dinner
//you know, an actual meal



I'm pretty sure that's on the box as some kind of cheesy marketing ploy... all I know is it stands to reason that if you have a nickname for your mac n' cheese, you surely couldn't put up much of a fight : )
 
2013-11-20 04:27:45 PM

GBB: And as far as "we need to do something in this country about mental illness", what do you suppose we do?  In a free country as ours, you actually have the right to be crazy.  Where, exactly, do we draw the line between mental illness and 'doesn't think the way I think they should think'?  And how to we justify and determine when to deprive someone of their freedom to get tested?

Remember when we used to have state run asylums everywhere?  Or was that just in the movies?


The problems with mental health care have always been legion. People were locked up for the wrong reasons (abused wives locked up for being inconvenient for instance ). People being simply sedated into a coma when we didn't or don't have any method for real treatment.

Not all of this is malicious, sometimes lack of knowledge, sometimes lack of funding. Mental illnesses is incredibly hard to treat and sometimes is untreatable like any other disease.

And yes it is a difficult problem to try to treat it and respect the civil rights of the mentally ill.

/bipolar
//resisted treatment for many years
 
2013-11-20 04:44:52 PM

FrancoFile: Wrath of Heaven: Farce-Side: FrancoFile: What's "KD".  Is that Canadian slang for meth?

It's Canadian slang for macaroni and cheese.


Kraft Dinner? What manner of tomfoolery is this exactly?

Is that what the fark "Kraft Dinner" is?  Just mac & cheese?  How is that considered a dinner - it's just a side dish?!?!

/all this time I though 'Kraft Dinner' was a TV dinner
//you know, an actual meal


If I had a million dollars, I wouldn't have to eat Kraft Dinner.
 
2013-11-20 04:45:31 PM
I don't think this is the origin of the idea, rather it was an early use of the idea in popular culture. But for me, it's where the idea of signals broadcast to teeth began:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0670182/plotsummary?ref_=tt_ov_pl

I wonder what it was that captured my attention so...

/I don't wonder
changebydoing.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-11-20 04:53:39 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: HURRRRRRR


You aren't fun any more :(
 
2013-11-20 04:57:50 PM
All the while, his family says,
He was convinced the government
Planted radio frequency chips in his teeth.
He wrote on one note...
ObamacaresRFID
Tangled up in the blue.
 
2013-11-20 05:02:08 PM

paygun: J. Frank Parnell: Even if you choose to deny the drugs are causing these events, there is no doubt they were on them, and it didn't stop them from doing it.

Don't you think it's more likely that these drugs aren't 100% effective, like, you know, all the other drugs?


Being "on meds" is only half of it. You have to be monitored while you're on them; and they have to actually work.

Just because someone is "on meds" doesn't mean the other parts of the equation are being met.
 
2013-11-20 05:03:00 PM

dangelder: All the while, his family says,
He was convinced the government
Planted radio frequency chips in his teeth.
He wrote on one note...
ObamacaresRFID
Tangled up in the blue.


LOL!
 
2013-11-20 05:10:41 PM
Okay... one, this is Reagan's doing and more broadly the fault of conservatives EVERYWHERE (like globally). They cut and cut and cut services for these people and toss them into the streets where they get so far gone people get hurt.

That said it is also Clinton's fault and more broadly the fault of liberals EVERYWHERE (like globally) for not fixing these problems when they regain power or preventing them in the first place. Us lefties vote these bastards back in to FIX the mess those other assholes created yet they go screwing around with other crap instead. It's almost as if they LIKE the fact the conservatives do all this nasty sh*t so they don't have to. New stuff is great BUT so much has been widdled away that the new sh*t is dick dribble in the breeze compared to the ocean full of sewage guys like Nixon, Reagan and Bush the Lesser have left behind. FIX IT!

Now back to the cons. They now scream and moan about mental health care being the cause of all the gun violence. NO SH*T F*CKBRAINS!!! And YOUR guys did it! Before there were actual ways and means to get these nutf*ck insanewads institutionalized. Now family/friends/neighbors/doctors BEG and PLEAD for something to be done about little Johnny planning to wipe out his whole school or Corporal Headtrauma mumbling about going on a sniping adventure at the local mall. They are met with... "Well he ain't dun hurt no one yet so we cantz do nuthin' by gummit. Perhaps he just needs some moar guns to make him get over his depreshuns."

So yes. Mental healthcare is a MAJOR issue that needs to be addressed but as soon as the heat's off the gun nutters they go right back to "SOCILIZMS!!! Those filthy nutbags shouldn't be gettin' mah taxes!!! They just need to get a JERB and find the JEBUS!!!"

Which of course is so godamned crazy all the left has to do is be NOT crazy to get elected and then sit on their balls until everyone gets sick of their complacency, forgets how atrocious the other assholes are and votes the retarded hate babies back into power... starting the whole cycle over again.

My second comment on this is why is it always with the "TRASMITTERS IN MAH TEEF?!" and other such weirdness? There seems to be some very common but specific themes with the cats. Has anyone studied why these types of things manifest themselves the way they do? I mean mental illness has been around a loooong time so all these high tech delusions are a little weird. Meh... whatever. Not as important as my following point...

The editing in this article was HORRENDOUS... and that is the most outrageous part of ALL of this.

IMPEACH!!!

Now if you'll excuse me my teeth are ringing. I gotta take this. Might be the president.
 
2013-11-20 05:14:54 PM

Gyrfalcon: paygun: J. Frank Parnell: Even if you choose to deny the drugs are causing these events, there is no doubt they were on them, and it didn't stop them from doing it.

Don't you think it's more likely that these drugs aren't 100% effective, like, you know, all the other drugs?

Being "on meds" is only half of it.


Yup.

You have to be monitored while you're on them;

Definitely.

and they have to actually work.

Yeah, that sorta helps. Sometimes. :P

AKA Oh Hells Yes.

Just because someone is "on meds" doesn't mean the other parts of the equation are being met.

True that.

You also need to stuff the things down yer own gullet cuz no one is gonna do that FOR ya.
 
2013-11-20 05:18:05 PM

here to help: [respectfully snipted because true]

Now if you'll excuse me my teeth are ringing. I gotta take this. Might be the president.


I like you.
 
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