posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 11:05 PM
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by yoohoo
Oh gawd, another armchair diagnosis?
Why is it that so many of you continue with this schizophrenia line? Is it because so many of you don't want to believe there could be another answer
that does'nt sound logical in your mind?
Before you diagnosis James Holmes without knowing whats really going on behind the scenes nor met the guy and be a qualified expert/psychiatrist
perhaps many of you can refrain from making assumptions.
Is it possible Holmes is suffering from a mental illness? I don't know!
Is it possible Holmes has a biological disorder (eg Aspergers/ASD) ? I don't know!
Is it possible Holmes was put in a trance by an expert in the field? I don't know!
Is it possible Holmes was a drug addict? I don't know!
Is it possible Holmes was taking regular medication allegelly prescribed to him? I don't know!
Is it possible Holmes has absolutely no knowledge of what he allegelly did? I don't know!
So why so many of you want to diagnosis someone on matters NONE of you are experts in, perhaps we leave that to those working with him behind the
scenes and look at the forenics and other possibilities that MIGHT explain SOME things.
The media is filling your heads with utter bullcrap and many of you are falling for it. If you truely believe in the nonsense MSM feeds you then why
bother seeking out an alternative news site? Perhaps you should just stick with what you know so you don't have to think or question anything, let
MSM do it all for you.
I have been revisiting 'The Big Lebowski', over and over. Your post made me think that one of Brandt's lines is quite apropos:
"Well, dude, that's something we just don't know".
It is very difficult for persons to hold onto unresolved ideas. I think quantum thinking requires that you have many states of consideration of a
topic, not just one or the other. There must be neurons that simply hold onto information indefinitely until there is a resolution, in a developed
method of thought, before that information gets 'filed'. Most persons are uncomfortable with anything that doesn't have a simple, fast answer. It's
something that I found out as a child. I had a lot of examples to work with, until THE ANSWER finally came around. I don't like where it wound up, but
that's how it is with some minds. They just can't handle not having 'the answer' to something. Also, it's great to be King....so....you can blather in
tongues and at the same time call me a looney and tell me that everything I look into is just a lot of BS etc....and then threaten me with a call to
the cops because you don't like what I think about. When the cops come, pretend that you weren't just speaking in tongues etc....
I've learned to live with many, many loose ends....lot's of strands in dooder's head....yeah.
"Well, dude, that's something we just don't know"
It may be a shallow thought, but it really is becoming a cry of our times...the technodark ages.
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