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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 11:51:39 Reply

At 4/25/11 11:16 AM, Chronamut wrote: doctors proscribe pills to almost everything.. even somethings which simple chyropractic processes could fix. Unless you are poisoned or have broken bones your body is built to be able to repair itself.

Except for genetic disorders, brain damage, serious injuries, congenital diseases and disabilities, some cancers and heart diseases depending on one's life style, an array of infections and viruses, all sorts of defects like myopia, etcccccccc. But of course, a healthy lifestyle will almost always help more than any prescription drugs can.

Most weird things in the body happen when your body isnt in harmony with itself - this can be a spine misalignment in which one side bows out thus crushing the nerve endings on one side causing all sorts of fun side effects,

oww, fun side effects like mind numbing chronic pain or paralysis probably, that sounds pretty serious :P

and the other is a mineral imbalance like copper or zinc in your body.

i.e issues that arise from not having a sane and/or diverse diet

But yes thats a little like comparing apples and oranges.

The doctors/psychiatrist thing or the misaligned-spine-crushing-a-nerve/copper -zinc-balance thing?

For example being "bipolar" can usually be corrected by balancing out your copper/zinc ratios.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 11:55:52 Reply

Chron, I just spent ages writing a reply to your post, but instead of going down that path, I'm just going to say this:

Don't take an IQ test, you might be disappointed with the results.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 11:59:04 Reply

At 4/25/11 11:55 AM, jarrydn wrote: Chron, I just spent ages writing a reply to your post, but instead of going down that path, I'm just going to say this:

Don't take an IQ test, you might be disappointed with the results.

the wonderful thing about language is that this could just as well be criticism towards IQ tests as a poorly concealed attempt to tell him that he's stupid

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 12:14:30 Reply

Psychiatrists

I hate going to psychiatrists.

I've been sent to different ones four times, twice by my parents, once by my headmaster and once by my English teacher, probably because of my excessive lack of socialising.

Each time they say the exact same things: "There was never a problem with you in the first place, you're a very good listener, and your mind is really advanced for your age". Then I do my fake smile, shake hands and leave.

Such a waste of time.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 12:47:41 Reply

At 4/25/11 12:14 PM, Supersteph54 wrote: Psychiatrists

I hate going to psychiatrists.

I've been sent to different ones four times, twice by my parents, once by my headmaster and once by my English teacher, probably because of my excessive lack of socialising.

Each time they say the exact same things: "There was never a problem with you in the first place, you're a very good listener, and your mind is really advanced for your age". Then I do my fake smile, shake hands and leave.

Such a waste of time.

I've seen 3 psychiatrists plus a therapist in the past 3 weeks. But not because I'm anti-social, it's because I have no morals. But I'm ok with that... nobody else seems to be though.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 12:50:00 Reply

At 4/25/11 11:51 AM, SBB wrote:
At 4/25/11 11:16 AM, Chronamut wrote: doctors proscribe pills to almost everything.. even somethings which simple chyropractic processes could fix. Unless you are poisoned or have broken bones your body is built to be able to repair itself.
Except for genetic disorders, brain damage, serious injuries, congenital diseases and disabilities, some cancers and heart diseases depending on one's life style, an array of infections and viruses, all sorts of defects like myopia, etcccccccc. But of course, a healthy lifestyle will almost always help more than any prescription drugs can.

true.

Most weird things in the body happen when your body isnt in harmony with itself - this can be a spine misalignment in which one side bows out thus crushing the nerve endings on one side causing all sorts of fun side effects,
oww, fun side effects like mind numbing chronic pain or paralysis probably, that sounds pretty serious :P

I have it - basically I used to work at a chandelier store building and hanging up very heavy chandeliers - I may not look it but I am very strong. Anyways I was hanging a giant cage chandelier - probably bigger than me - and it was steel and resin - thus horrificly heavy - I needed to have 2 guys help support it underneath while I went up on the ladder with the chain and wrap it aroudn the beam in the store - well they shifted their weight and all the weight of the chandelier went into my one arm - and naturally my arm couldnt support all that weight so the load distribution went into my back and basially stressed my spine out so much that it buckled out to the left. I felt this sharp tingling in my spine and I kenw I was fucked - I got x-rays so I know where it is - but I will have to get chiropractic help eventually

there are 4 stages of spine degeneration.. I am in the first stage.. most people only get help in their second stage when stuff starts to go bad in their bodies - each stage takes a year to repair - once you reach your third and 3th stage you're confined to a wheelchair and there isn't erally much they can do to help you. Ive already started to get weird symptoms - pains on my left abdomen.. stuff liek that that the hospital cant explain.. but atm the symptoms are negligable.

and the other is a mineral imbalance like copper or zinc in your body.
i.e issues that arise from not having a sane and/or diverse diet

agreed.

But yes thats a little like comparing apples and oranges.
The doctors/psychiatrist thing or the misaligned-spine-crushing-a-nerve/copper -zinc-balance thing?

the doctor psychiatrist thing - with doctors liek you mentioned you HAVE to go to the doctor or you can die.

On deneralyl doesn't die if they don't go to the psychiatrist :P

For example being "bipolar" can usually be corrected by balancing out your copper/zinc ratios.
what

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you asked, I provide!

http://www.drlwilson.com/articles/copper _toxicity_syndrome.htm

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 13:01:37 Reply

Yeaaah I've got that scoliosis bizniz too from playing the tenors in marching band. Who knew carrying 6 drums strapped to your front for hours at a time was bad for your back?


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 13:05:06 Reply

At 4/25/11 01:01 PM, Envy wrote: Yeaaah I've got that scoliosis bizniz too from playing the tenors in marching band. Who knew carrying 6 drums strapped to your front for hours at a time was bad for your back?

well according to the article balancing your copper/zinc ratios can also help scoliosis :)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 15:17:20 Reply

At 4/25/11 01:05 PM, Chronamut wrote:
At 4/25/11 01:01 PM, Envy wrote: Yeaaah I've got that scoliosis bizniz too from playing the tenors in marching band. Who knew carrying 6 drums strapped to your front for hours at a time was bad for your back?
well according to the article balancing your copper/zinc ratios can also help scoliosis :)

So I should eat pennies.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 15:57:56 Reply

At 4/25/11 07:36 AM, Mich wrote: REAL MEN EAT ORANGES

Only if they had just brushed their teeth!!!

At 4/25/11 03:17 PM, Envy wrote: So I should eat pennies.

Nah, not enough, go take a chomp out of the statue of liberty, it's got copper and a sense of pride!

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:06:53 Reply

I guess I'll be the odd one out and say I like psychiatrists. He asked me the question "What would you wish for if you had one wish?" I told him I'd wish for an amazing totally custom built studio with top of the line gear/equipment. He said every time he asks that question he gets people wishing for either a million dollars or more wishes. My answer was interesting to him because instead of wishing for money to slack off and do whatever I wanted to do, I wanted the tools to work as a musician.

Now that might not seem interesting to you, and rather simple, but it's something I got from him that I wouldn't have gotten from anyone else. There were other things that he really helped me through, but that something that really stuck to me.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:12:53 Reply

At 4/25/11 04:06 PM, Darkmaster603 wrote: I guess I'll be the odd one out and say I like psychiatrists. He asked me the question "What would you wish for if you had one wish?"

My psychiatrist asked me an extremely similar question... And my reply was fairly similar to your own. I basically said to be able to share my music with the world and make a living doing what I love, not make a living as in rich and famous... just so I can live... More money = more problems.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:14:08 Reply

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:34:40 Reply

I went to a psychiatrist for a while too. And it was really interesting and helpful.
He taught me a lot of things.
One thing we did was analyzing certain situations and trying to figure out why i handled the situation in the way that i did. And once you do that a couple of times and you see a pattern of behavior, it gets easier to change that kind of behavior. It helped me to recognize and change my 'automatic thoughts'.

And the way i see it, the only one who can help you is yourself.
Sometimes you just need some help in helping yourself.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:38:23 Reply

At 4/25/11 04:34 PM, FairSquare wrote: Sometimes you just need some help in helping yourself.

I "help myself" every night, sometimes I switch things up and it's like someone else is helping me too!


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:38:39 Reply

I guess i'm like the super man out, since i've never seen a psychiatrist . Though it may have helped, or just determined that i am in fact crazy xP

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:42:21 Reply

At 4/25/11 04:38 PM, Kirbyfemur wrote: I guess i'm like the super man out, since i've never seen a psychiatrist . Though it may have helped, or just determined that i am in fact crazy xP

They say that those who are truly crazy feel they are completely normal... I only started thinking I was crazy when someone told me it's not ok to laugh during a funeral.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:46:33 Reply

Why would you laugh during a funeral...:(


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 16:47:18 Reply

At 4/25/11 04:46 PM, Darkmaster603 wrote: Why would you laugh during a funeral...:(

Felt like the right thing to do at the time... But I guess that's part of the reason I was forced into a seeing a psychiatrist.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:00:54 Reply

My IQ is higher then Einsteins.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:02:43 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:00 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote: My IQ is higher then Einsteins.

That dude had some issues, have any high IQ related issues?

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:04:12 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:02 PM, Kirbyfemur wrote:
At 4/25/11 05:00 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote: My IQ is higher then Einsteins.
That dude had some issues, have any high IQ related issues?

The joke is he didn't take a modern Iq test, and did average on intelligence testing programs.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:06:22 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:04 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote:
At 4/25/11 05:02 PM, Kirbyfemur wrote:
At 4/25/11 05:00 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote: My IQ is higher then Einsteins.
That dude had some issues, have any high IQ related issues?
The joke is he didn't take a modern Iq test, and did average on intelligence testing programs.

Lol yeah, that and if i remember right, he couldn't do a lot of normal functions that we all could. So pretty much the only thing he could do was think. Screw tests, they don't show how smart or unintelligent you might be, they only show how well you can take a test lol

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:13:11 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:00 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote: My IQ is higher then Einsteins.

This guy does.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:21:57 Reply

Nobody agrees on what intelligence is but it sure isn't a fucking number.

Neither is any other aspect of a person's personality.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:24:08 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:13 PM, dekeizer wrote:
At 4/25/11 05:00 PM, InvisibleObserver wrote: My IQ is higher then Einsteins.
This guy does.

Well I can kick his ass. Who's the smart one now?


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:24:16 Reply

At 4/25/11 05:21 PM, SBB wrote: Nobody agrees on what intelligence is but it sure isn't a fucking number.

Neither is any other aspect of a person's personality.

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At 4/25/11 05:24 PM, SymbolCymbal wrote:
At 4/25/11 05:21 PM, SBB wrote: Nobody agrees on what intelligence is but it sure isn't a fucking number.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-04-25 17:46:31 Reply

personally ive found that a higher intelligence breeds a higher arrogance in people - as they start to truly feel they are smarter than others.. and more importantly.. that others are inferior to them.

They also tend to become less happy as they tend to overthink existential issues.

in other words.. blithering idiots are the most happy.

Sometimes I wish I was an idiot.

..but only sometimes.

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At 4/25/11 05:46 PM, Chronamut wrote: personally ive found that a higher intelligence breeds a higher arrogance in people - as they start to truly feel they are smarter than others.. and more importantly.. that others are inferior to them.

They also tend to become less happy as they tend to overthink existential issues.

in other words.. blithering idiots are the most happy.

Sometimes I wish I was an idiot.

..but only sometimes.

Lol that's why i grew up over-thinking everything, but being to oblivious to the world to give a damn. Now i'll just sit, and think for hours on end, then go off and be a complete goofball dumbass in places like, oh, this forum for instance :3