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14 Sep 2010, 1:27 am

I've been hanging out on Schizoids.net the last few days & I seem to be one of the happier ones there. Lots of people think I'm to negative, depressed, pessimistic, cynical ect but NOT on Schizoids.net. I'm starting to feel better about somethings by posting there. WP is helping a lot to & it's still my main forum but it's nice to have other places I can go & get different perspectives


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14 Sep 2010, 3:33 pm

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I've been hanging out on Schizoids.net the last few days & I seem to be one of the happier ones there. Lots of people think I'm to negative, depressed, pessimistic, cynical ect but NOT on Schizoids.net. I'm starting to feel better about somethings by posting there. WP is helping a lot to & it's still my main forum but it's nice to have other places I can go & get different perspectives


That's great Nick007! :sunny:

I just came up with a great idea for a video I could make and post at YouTube and WrongPlanet. It will take a little time to make the props but I think it will be fun even if it does turn out to be crap. :D



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14 Sep 2010, 6:22 pm

I'm listening to the original 'Great Lost Kinks Album' CD with the arrows on the cover. That's what's made me happy, so far. :D


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14 Sep 2010, 7:32 pm

I was able to make some good progress on my autobiography today. I am trying to tie in humor with AS in my life---especially things about my childhood.


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14 Sep 2010, 7:45 pm

Nothing made me happy today. :x



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14 Sep 2010, 9:38 pm

CockneyRebel wrote:
I'm listening to the original 'Great Lost Kinks Album' CD with the arrows on the cover. That's what's made me happy, so far. :D


Seeing Mick's picture on your comments always makes me smile. :D



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14 Sep 2010, 9:40 pm

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I was able to make some good progress on my autobiography today. I am trying to tie in humor with AS in my life---especially things about my childhood.


Now that sounds interesting. :alien:



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14 Sep 2010, 9:49 pm

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Nothing made me happy today. :x


We all have days like those and they SUCK!



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14 Sep 2010, 11:54 pm

For some reason your response to my post made me very happy, Taupey. :D



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15 Sep 2010, 1:56 am

Coffee and lady fingers.


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15 Sep 2010, 7:08 am

The fact that my clubhouse team won the baseball game. :)


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15 Sep 2010, 7:23 am

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15 Sep 2010, 7:48 am

my father rang me from ballina this morning and he sounded very alert and intelligent.

he was 54 when i was adopted, and so he is 91 now.

when my mother died 7 years ago, his mentality collapsed, and he became functionally demented. my b***h sister took him to have tests, and she convinced the doctors that he had been that way for ages, and they concluded he had alzheimers disease.
i did not believe it because alzheimers disease cannot strike a healthy mind down to a demented state within weeks, and i knew he was experiencing post traumatic stress that blunted his mentality severely.

before my mother died, he was on top of things. he was collecting all his rents and doing his books and driving my mother to all her appointments and was hounding me to appropriate my time in a productive manner (i appreciated that).

then, a few weeks after she died, his mind dissolved and he started calling my sister by my mothers name. he thought i was his grandson rather than his son. he was not bathing and was wetting his pants and hitting the alcohol badly.

my sister had him defined as a non compos mentis, and seized control of all his assets (a large fortune) and she told us all he was gone forever. she had him put in an old persons home and neglected him because she said he did not know who was who anyhow.

i never neglected him and i ring him every day at 6pm, and i visit him often (600 miles away). sometimes he seems to be off with the fairies, and other times he seems to be reasonably able to hold a feeble conversation, and he has not deteriorated from the level of mentality that he plummeted to suddenly after my mother died (he would have deteriorated in the 7 years if he had alzheimers disease).

but today he rang me at 8:30am and he sounded like he was 50, and i was stunned.
he told me he was ringing me because he was going out for the day, and he described the weather and said things like "the humidity is low and the barometric pressure is high, so i don't think there will be any rain today".

he asked me how my business was going and i told him and one thing he said was "mark you've got to stay on top of all your debtors because they'll forget what they owe you, and if you don't have a clear invoice trail, they'll dispute it, and then you've got problems on your hands"

i was so stunned and happy that my father was still the father i always knew when i was a child.

then i went back to bed (i do not work on wednessdays) and i wafted off to complete my sleep cycle with a tickled heart.



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15 Sep 2010, 8:36 am

b9 wrote:
my father rang me from ballina this morning and he sounded very alert and intelligent.

he was 54 when i was adopted, and so he is 91 now.

when my mother died 7 years ago, his mentality collapsed, and he became functionally demented. my b***h sister took him to have tests, and she convinced the doctors that he had been that way for ages, and they concluded he had alzheimers disease.
i did not believe it because alzheimers disease cannot strike a healthy mind down to a demented state within weeks, and i knew he was experiencing post traumatic stress that blunted his mentality severely.

before my mother died, he was on top of things. he was collecting all his rents and doing his books and driving my mother to all her appointments and was hounding me to appropriate my time in a productive manner (i appreciated that).

then, a few weeks after she died, his mind dissolved and he started calling my sister by my mothers name. he thought i was his grandson rather than his son. he was not bathing and was wetting his pants and hitting the alcohol badly.

my sister had him defined as a non compos mentis, and seized control of all his assets (a large fortune) and she told us all he was gone forever. she had him put in an old persons home and neglected him because she said he did not know who was who anyhow.

i never neglected him and i ring him every day at 6pm, and i visit him often (600 miles away). sometimes he seems to be off with the fairies, and other times he seems to be reasonably able to hold a feeble conversation, and he has not deteriorated from the level of mentality that he plummeted to suddenly after my mother died (he would have deteriorated in the 7 years if he had alzheimers disease).

but today he rang me at 8:30am and he sounded like he was 50, and i was stunned.
he told me he was ringing me because he was going out for the day, and he described the weather and said things like "the humidity is low and the barometric pressure is high, so i don't think there will be any rain today".

he asked me how my business was going and i told him and one thing he said was "mark you've got to stay on top of all your debtors because they'll forget what they owe you, and if you don't have a clear invoice trail, they'll dispute it, and then you've got problems on your hands"

i was so stunned and happy that my father was still the father i always knew when i was a child.

then i went back to bed (i do not work on wednessdays) and i wafted off to complete my sleep cycle with a tickled heart.


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15 Sep 2010, 8:43 am

Zack asked me to go to the bar with him again tomorrow night.


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15 Sep 2010, 4:31 pm

My wonderful sense of humor.