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Plague of Demons
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12-02-2012, 06:10 AM #1
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People being possessed more and more...




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JollyRoger Show this Post
12-02-2012, 06:42 AM #2
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(12-02-2012, 06:30 AM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  GOOD LAWD O'MIGHTY

Beepers shall not hear of it ,,, I tell ya's


Yaarrr ha ha ha harrrr....!
12-02-2012, 09:04 AM #3
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I believe more people are getting repossessed than are getting possessed.

Oh, and demons don't come in plagues - they come in herds, armies, hordes, and legions.
12-02-2012, 12:30 PM #4
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In more civilized places, they cook them first.

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12-02-2012, 05:47 PM #5
Octo Mother Superior
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Oh good lord! sad2.gif


I'd be interested to know if these "possessed" individuals are on any kind of medication, antidepressants or other.
12-02-2012, 06:31 PM #6
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(12-02-2012, 05:47 PM)Octo Wrote:  Oh good lord! sad2.gif


I'd be interested to know if these "possessed" individuals are on any kind of medication, antidepressants or other.


Well, 5% of the population has mental issues. An even larger percentage of the population is either being medicated via prescription, or self-medicating with everything from LSD to "bath salts" (synthetic drug cocktails). Heavy doses of psycho-active drugs are not a recipe for success. People weren't meant to take these drugs and they all have side effects.

Drug damage or bad hardware - take your pick.
12-02-2012, 07:14 PM #7
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Who knows what effects a cocktail of some of those would have. Antidepressants themselves have some nasty side effects.

Quote:According to the army, in 2007 17% of combat troops in Afghanistan were taking prescription antidepressants or sleeping pills. Inside sources have given me an even bleaker picture: During Vietnam, a mere 1% our troops were taking prescribed psychiatric drugs. By contrast, in the past year one-third of marines in combat zones were taking psychiatric drugs.

Are the pills helping? The army confirms that since 2002 the number of suicide attempts has increased six-fold. And more than 128 soldiers killed themselves last year.

One theory states that the increased prescription of drugs is a response to increased depression among the soldiers. In reality, the use of psychiatric drugs escalates when, and only when, drug companies and their minions target new markets. In this case, the armed services have been pushing drugs as a cheap alternative to taking genuine care of the young men and women in our military. Instead of shortening tours of duty, instead of temporarily removing stressed-out soldiers from combat zones, and instead of providing counseling--the new army policy is to drug the troops.

In addition to suicide, the drugs cause a spectrum of adverse effects that are especially hazardous to soldiers who need the ability to control their emotions, especially their frustration and anger. Many of the most common antidepressant side effects involve over-stimulation. The FDA requires drug companies to list the following negative effects in their descriptions of their antidepressant medications: "anxiety, agitation, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, aggressiveness, impulsivity...and mania." We are giving our troops drugs that provide a prescription for uncontrolled, disinhibited violence, including agitation, irritability, impulsivity, hostility, and aggressiveness.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-peter-b...18465.html
12-02-2012, 07:35 PM #8
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One has to be pretty stable to do acid and mushrooms. A very positive mind expanding thing if you are, a very scary delusional and paranoid nightmare to those that are not.

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12-02-2012, 09:42 PM #9
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(12-02-2012, 07:14 PM)Octo Wrote:  Who knows what effects a cocktail of some of those would have. Antidepressants themselves have some nasty side effects.

Quote:According to the army, in 2007 17% of combat troops in Afghanistan were taking prescription antidepressants or sleeping pills. Inside sources have given me an even bleaker picture: During Vietnam, a mere 1% our troops were taking prescribed psychiatric drugs. By contrast, in the past year one-third of marines in combat zones were taking psychiatric drugs.

Are the pills helping? The army confirms that since 2002 the number of suicide attempts has increased six-fold. And more than 128 soldiers killed themselves last year.

One theory states that the increased prescription of drugs is a response to increased depression among the soldiers. In reality, the use of psychiatric drugs escalates when, and only when, drug companies and their minions target new markets. In this case, the armed services have been pushing drugs as a cheap alternative to taking genuine care of the young men and women in our military. Instead of shortening tours of duty, instead of temporarily removing stressed-out soldiers from combat zones, and instead of providing counseling--the new army policy is to drug the troops.

In addition to suicide, the drugs cause a spectrum of adverse effects that are especially hazardous to soldiers who need the ability to control their emotions, especially their frustration and anger. Many of the most common antidepressant side effects involve over-stimulation. The FDA requires drug companies to list the following negative effects in their descriptions of their antidepressant medications: "anxiety, agitation, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, aggressiveness, impulsivity...and mania." We are giving our troops drugs that provide a prescription for uncontrolled, disinhibited violence, including agitation, irritability, impulsivity, hostility, and aggressiveness.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-peter-b...18465.html


Gee, that doesn't sound good. Is being irritable and angry really an improvement over being depressed? Is this the approach of masking a cold with a high fever?
12-02-2012, 09:56 PM #10
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(12-02-2012, 09:42 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:  Gee, that doesn't sound good. Is being irritable and angry really an improvement over being depressed? Is this the approach of masking a cold with a high fever?


Everyone I personally know that has gone on them is more miserable than they were when they were feeling depressed.

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