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originally posted by: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk
originally posted by: dkf89
a reply to: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk As far as I know all inmates can make phone calls and sent letters from jail, he can send letters without them reading it by sending it as legal mail. Wouldn't the jail staff have to take orders from someone for solitary confinement I don't think they can just do that.
All letters sent from jail are read before being sent out and all phone calls are recorded and sometimes monitored live- it doesn't matter if you are in county lock up or sitting in Riker's Island. And if the government was really soooooo out to get him they would definitely have him flagged for solitary so as to disrupt any outside communications, and yes they can just do that. Methinks he is suffering from severe paranoia to believe the things he believes- if the government wanted to shut him up there would be no letters or phone calls.
originally posted by: Lysergic
I wonder how come nobody with a CCW gets gangstalked.
Hmmm I feel like there are two truths hidden in that......................................................
Corlett, Frith & Fletcher (2009) (henceforth CFF) expand on this idea and speculate on the biochemical substrates of each part of the process. They view perception as a “handshake” between top-down and bottom-up processing. Top-down models predict what we’re going to see, bottom-up models perceive the real world, then they meet in the middle and compare notes to calculate a prediction error. When the prediction error is low enough, it gets smoothed over into a consensus view of reality. When the prediction error is too high, it registers as salience/surprise, and we focus our attention on the stimulus involved to try to reconcile the models. If it turns out that bottom-up was right and top-down was wrong, then we adjust our priors (ie the models used by the top-down systems) and so learning occurs.
originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: dkf89
Hi that's a lot of text. Don't you maybe think it is just a bit paranoia?
I've experienced similar, and I'm (relatively) sane. I keep an eye out, especially when i'm walking around with my kid, and occasionally, I run into weird types that do weird things: yesterday it was some guy in a motorcycle helmet who walked up to a Redbox, and just *stood* there while me and kid were walking towards a store entrance, then turned around, walked to his bike, and drove off. No interaction with the kiosk, no reaction, just this weird, wooden movement, and off he went. I had someone dressed just like a tv 'secret agent'- starched collar, tie, sunglasses, driving a Mercedes who followed me thru a parking lot like a puppy dog. I don't like cars coming up on me as it is (been hit by a truck. That was enough car bumper up my rump action and that's well more than I want or need), and this one was going for the gusto. I've had people walk directly into my path, as in change course and try to walk into me, And on and on and on.
When I read this sort of post, I do have to wonder what is truly going on in this country- as I do not see this sort of thing elsewhere in the world- but I could be wrong.