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(Opposing Views)   There's "I really hate hospitals," and then there's "I hate hospitals so much that I'm going to jump out of a moving car going 50 mph"   (opposingviews.com) divider line 43
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2014-07-07 12:27:32 PM
The parents of Susan L. Bachman, 37, say they were driving her to Clarion Psychiatric Center for a voluntary commitment

Apparently not.
 
2014-07-07 01:10:25 PM
*right-click on article picture, save as...psychward.jpeg*

yeah, no shiat.

Plus that dog is thinking, "Call the police!"
 
2014-07-07 01:49:35 PM
Holy shiat, that's just the start.
 
2014-07-07 01:51:10 PM

Sybarite: Apparently not.


THHIS
 
2014-07-07 01:53:30 PM
Sarah Connor?
 
2014-07-07 01:57:19 PM
they were driving her to Clarion Psychiatric Center for a voluntary commitment, when she rolled out of the car on Interstate 80 around 8:30 a.m.

I guess she changed her mind.
 
2014-07-07 01:57:21 PM

gopher321: Call the police


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2014-07-07 02:03:49 PM
Redhead and cray--cray?  I will take care of her.
/last gf was diagnosed BPD
//I'm up for the challenge
 
2014-07-07 02:09:21 PM
She gets no fruit cup.
 
2014-07-07 02:10:37 PM

DubyaHater: Redhead and cray--cray?  I will take care of her.
/last gf was diagnosed BPD
//I'm up for the challenge


dont stick your dick in it.
 
2014-07-07 02:11:36 PM

Tyrosine: gopher321: Call the police

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One of my favorite moments of one of my favorite shows.
 
2014-07-07 02:13:18 PM
Voluntary unless you choose to say no, in which case it's involuntary.
 
2014-07-07 02:18:01 PM

indylaw: Voluntary unless you choose to say no, in which case it's involuntary.


^ this
 
2014-07-07 02:20:38 PM
She might fall from a tall building, she might jump out a moving car,
'Cause she's the unknown psycho that made Wynonna such a star.
 
2014-07-07 02:22:39 PM
I swear she's not tied up in my dungeon between the blond cheerleader and the raven haired barista.
 
2014-07-07 02:41:24 PM
"'Tis better to go quietly to the psych ward and be thought insane than to jump from the moving car and remove all doubt."
- Alexander Hamilton
 
2014-07-07 02:54:14 PM
That sounds like a really good way to end up in the hospital.
 
2014-07-07 02:54:15 PM
Ah, the smell of author-imposed socio-claustrophobia with a side bundle of plausible joint research projects on electroshock therapy versus taser enforcement with regards to pharmaceutical side effects.

Or, the real reason humans came up with the die-eah for ultimative pronouncements of superiority in thought amongst one another, because we just can't help but find the meaning for our persistence to exist only to control one another. Is the value in choosing for other people supposed to reflect on what we are or what we're trying to be? What is exactly being feigned upon when we attempt to help minds less fortunately in control of themselves than we would like them to be but only when said as so?
 
2014-07-07 02:57:53 PM
Maybe she suffers from psychwardophobia.
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2014-07-07 02:58:16 PM

Xxplosiv: Ah, the smell of author-imposed socio-claustrophobia with a side bundle of plausible joint research projects on electroshock therapy versus taser enforcement with regards to pharmaceutical side effects.

Or, the real reason humans came up with the die-eah for ultimative pronouncements of superiority in thought amongst one another, because we just can't help but find the meaning for our persistence to exist only to control one another. Is the value in choosing for other people supposed to reflect on what we are or what we're trying to be? What is exactly being feigned upon when we attempt to help minds less fortunately in control of themselves than we would like them to be but only when said as so?


put the thesaurus down and take your meds.
 
2014-07-07 03:25:52 PM
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2014-07-07 03:34:50 PM
indylaw:
put the thesaurus down and take your meds.

How long have you been human? Don't you know the value in teaching? Alas, you still responded to me, showing the true virtue of what you attributed your time in response at an attempt of social conveyance, indeed only a conversation with yourself.
 
2014-07-07 03:43:25 PM

Xxplosiv: indylaw:
put the thesaurus down and take your meds.

How long have you been human? Don't you know the value in teaching? Alas, you still responded to me, showing the true virtue of what you attributed your time in response at an attempt of social conveyance, indeed only a conversation with yourself.


mojoimage.com
 
2014-07-07 03:43:31 PM

Xxplosiv: indylaw:
put the thesaurus down and take your meds.

How long have you been human? Don't you know the value in teaching? Alas, you still responded to me, showing the true virtue of what you attributed your time in response at an attempt of social conveyance, indeed only a conversation with yourself.


Has your dog ever farted himself awake and then started barking?  That is some funny shiat.
 
2014-07-07 03:52:24 PM

Loaf's Tray: "'Tis better to go quietly to the psych ward and be thought insane than to jump from the moving car and remove all doubt."
- Alexander Hamilton


I'm writing that down ..
 
2014-07-07 03:55:21 PM
Is she single? Because ginger.
 
2014-07-07 03:57:31 PM

Xxplosiv: Ah, the smell of author-imposed socio-claustrophobia with a side bundle of plausible joint research projects on electroshock therapy versus taser enforcement with regards to pharmaceutical side effects.


Five words or less Pal.
Cray-cray, no cray-cray.
 
2014-07-07 03:58:38 PM

Carn: Xxplosiv: indylaw:
put the thesaurus down and take your meds.

How long have you been human? Don't you know the value in teaching? Alas, you still responded to me, showing the true virtue of what you attributed your time in response at an attempt of social conveyance, indeed only a conversation with yourself.

Has your dog ever farted himself awake and then started barking?  That is some funny shiat.


Um, yes?
 
2014-07-07 04:01:27 PM
Carn:
Has your dog ever farted himself awake and then started barking?  That is some funny shiat.

Have you ever got up and felt like you tore your nuts off with your thighs because you were sittin too wide open and the chair required better balance to stand up from?
 
2014-07-07 04:02:49 PM
Whatchoo Talkinbout:
Five words or less Pal.
Cray-cray, no cray-cray.


That's a matter of perspective, I find crazy where crazy finds autonomy.
 
2014-07-07 04:12:30 PM
Have you ever put peanut butter on your.... oh sorry, it's not caturday.
 
2014-07-07 04:33:01 PM
Not to get our chain-pulling in full binary grapeshot mode, but really, isn't crazy just a manner of popular opinion, only provided when one party asks another about a third subject, as insanity is the simple passage of behavior to ambience as the loss of cognitive function pervades all coordinated responsitivity to stimulus of any manner of speaking?

In one way its a social disability, in another, a projected pathway towards reconciliation in perspectives, normally in an incoherent and generally repulsive manner that is the decentralization of social interactivity rather than a total overhaul of its structure to facilitate a higher bandwidth and less overall volume through joined perception.
 
2014-07-07 04:33:29 PM

Xxplosiv: Carn:
Has your dog ever farted himself awake and then started barking?  That is some funny shiat.

Have you ever got up and felt like you tore your nuts off with your thighs because you were sittin too wide open and the chair required better balance to stand up from?


Swing and a miss.
/ 0 and 2
 
2014-07-07 04:38:59 PM

Xxplosiv: Carn:
Has your dog ever farted himself awake and then started barking?  That is some funny shiat.

Have you ever got up and felt like you tore your nuts off with your thighs because you were sittin too wide open and the chair required better balance to stand up from?


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2014-07-07 04:40:49 PM

Xxplosiv: Not to get our chain-pulling in full binary grapeshot mode, but really, isn't crazy just a manner of popular opinion, only provided when one party asks another about a third subject, as insanity is the simple passage of behavior to ambience as the loss of cognitive function pervades all coordinated responsitivity to stimulus of any manner of speaking?

In one way its a social disability, in another, a projected pathway towards reconciliation in perspectives, normally in an incoherent and generally repulsive manner that is the decentralization of social interactivity rather than a total overhaul of its structure to facilitate a higher bandwidth and less overall volume through joined perception.


I beg to differ: When general ambivalence pervades societal norms, then it is most assuredly a requirement of normalcy that we take all nonsuccessive factors into consideration. In your example above, the twice made conception of inadequate reality rests solely upon the individual, whereas in the true context of benign relativity, the opposite is proven to be the case.
 
2014-07-07 04:57:13 PM
farkin_Gary:


In your example above, the twice made conception of inadequate reality rests solely upon the individual, whereas in the true context of benign relativity, the opposite is proven to be the case.

While true to the definition, it still depends on the order of operation versus the perspective and how that is being observed and where the fourth wall barriers rest within such operations. As such, a person is considered crazy when performing behaviors that supercede the non-promorphized order to the commencement of proper circumstances of an observation in query of to that total value of crazy to be determined as a full attribute or rational segment of cognitive workload, whereas if it were an understatement, the very act of querical placement would itself, be quite a few factors through the crazy threshold.
 
2014-07-07 05:11:03 PM

Xxplosiv: farkin_Gary:


In your example above, the twice made conception of inadequate reality rests solely upon the individual, whereas in the true context of benign relativity, the opposite is proven to be the case.

While true to the definition, it still depends on the order of operation versus the perspective and how that is being observed and where the fourth wall barriers rest within such operations. As such, a person is considered crazy when performing behaviors that supercede the non-promorphized order to the commencement of proper circumstances of an observation in query of to that total value of crazy to be determined as a full attribute or rational segment of cognitive workload, whereas if it were an understatement, the very act of querical placement would itself, be quite a few factors through the crazy threshold.


I would tend to agree with you, and you have just been fav'd in purple 3. Which means, of course, the general dialog herein is to be interpreted with a gracious amount of fish wampum applied immediately upon arrival at the sixteenth estate.

Or we could simply eat stale rodeo bagels, instead.
 
2014-07-07 05:26:55 PM
This is why, when I went off for a brief vacation in a psych ward in Iowa City several years ago (voluntarily.  No, really.), i went in the back seat of a cop car.

/it was cool, really
//the deputy was listening to some heavy metal station on the radio
///plus, I had a broken leg, so jumping out of the car would have been tricky
 
2014-07-07 05:30:03 PM
 
2014-07-07 06:33:33 PM

Snort: Non OV Link


Yeah, that'll be deleted. :(
 
2014-07-07 08:35:15 PM
Other Fine Examples along those lines:

1) A guy who fears heights deciding to be an astronaut..
2) An agoraphobic opening up a night club..
3) A whaling protester lighting their old oil lamp with a custom-scrimshawed... you get the picture.
 
2014-07-07 10:49:45 PM
I suspect that this anxious and depressed woman in part wanted to kill herself by jumping out of her parents' fast moving car; and part of her just wanted to escape from her having to enter the psychiatric hospital.  I know from personal experience that when you're severely depressed, the thought of entering an inpatient psychiatric hospital could be a frightening prospect.  But when you're that depressed, going on with your life as it is, is also a frightening prospect. You just want to "escape" the hell that you're living when you're in that state of mind.   I hope she is found alive and can get the treatment she has needed  for a long time, so she can get her previous life back eventually.
 
2014-07-08 01:39:54 AM
First the Bigfoot festival story a few weeks ago, now this!  I swear the area code I live in is sane, I swear!
 
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