I can't feel my face.
Thread: Random Thought Thread
07-14-2015, 11:12 PM #53431
07-15-2015, 12:13 AM #53432
07-15-2015, 12:15 AM #53433
I need to not be awake.
Sorry about the split infinitive.WOOP WOOP WOOP
07-15-2015, 12:48 AM #53434
What the hell is up with Vicky Jo?
07-15-2015, 01:06 AM #53435
07-15-2015, 01:34 AM #53436
Yeah I was reading through her site... It is something like 800 dollars to get into her 'program'? Something like 8 hours of intense, in depth assessment that goes beyond the 'four letters' that everyone else on the planet but her collectively can't seem to think beyond. I would pat 800 dollars to not have to sit there and listen to her condescending, elitist, spastic, numb self-congratulation.
Maybe she really does know her shit and I mean, hell absolutely great business plan-a market that is generally condensed to the internet and providing a new/lesser used/available medium for furthering ones understanding-suckering the customer in a near monopolized market by playing upon their greatest interest, themselves.
But god is she annoying. I hate that tone in general, that fake warm tone that has just an edge of percieved superiority, and ohh do they want you to just feel it. To put you in your place without saying anything. Reminds me of dumbass guidance counselor, has to throw in all these outside qualifications because they are either unwilling or unable to utilize their own facilities in a manner in which to tdo so consistantly or qualitatively.
But I would be interested to read further and see if anything she says holds much merit at all- with all the degrees she has... Well lets just see if at the end of the day-money-time spent- in the mindset of a questionably narrcistic grandiose I don't even know ends up mattering.
07-15-2015, 02:40 AM #53437
Yeah "To Kill a Mockingbird" is always on my list of the books to read, but I never end up reading it So I must read it.
I have different opinion about "Bell Jar" then. For me it's 10/10. I find there an order in the mess. Although I have heard differerent (strong) opinions about this novel.
The questions you asked were probably the questions that created that book. In letters ( a few months before first episode of depression) S.P. wrote that she was wondering where is the narrow line between madness and sanity. It seems that she came back to the same questions after the years of struggling with this emotional rollercoaster in her life (or maybe it was always on her mind). She analyses it with details like she would like to see mechanism that made things happen.
I think it's a great study of the disease and apathy which probably made her write this book.
I consider it one of the best written books I've read. The style changing with the moods of main character and the poetic language...
BTW I like your new avatar.
07-15-2015, 02:44 AM #53438
07-15-2015, 05:16 AM #53439
07-15-2015, 09:28 AM #53440