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Jun 22, 2005 3:39 pm

[quote=Put Trader]Right, and I’m the King of Spain.

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Okay, okay. We can work with the maniacally monarchical idolatry. Just
don’t transition to dead poets or presidents. There must be some
boundaries, Spaceboy.

Jun 22, 2005 4:12 pm

Option Two notes: Switch between The Platters and Freddie Mercury’s
(Queen, how prophetic Put) versions of The Great Pretender. We can use
the 50’s version for backstopping your formative years (first
experiences with demeaning yourself) and switch to a techno version
from Queen for the 80’s (highlight your rung holding skills as you
fight your way up through attrition and tenure from the  bottom of
the corporate ladder). For the new millennium we book someone like the
Black Eyed Peas to cover the 15 year drought that brings us to the
current state of misery. Good stuff.

Jun 22, 2005 4:36 pm

[quote=Mojo]Option Two notes: Switch between The Platters and Freddie Mercury's (Queen, how prophetic Put) versions of The Great Pretender. We can use the 50's version for backstopping your formative years (first experiences with demeaning yourself) and switch to a techno version from Queen for the 80's (highlight your rung holding skills as you fight your way up through attrition and tenure from the  bottom of the corporate ladder). For the new millennium we book someone like the Black Eyed Peas to cover the 15 year drought that brings us to the current state of misery. Good stuff.
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LOL.  Mojo, I didn't know Dennis Miller moonlighted as a broker! 

Jun 23, 2005 2:26 pm

[quote=Duke#1]

[quote=Mojo]Option Two notes: Switch between The
Platters and Freddie Mercury’s (Queen, how prophetic Put) versions of
The Great Pretender. We can use the 50’s version for backstopping your
formative years (first experiences with demeaning yourself) and switch
to a techno version from Queen for the 80’s (highlight your rung
holding skills as you fight your way up through attrition and tenure
from the  bottom of the corporate ladder). For the new millennium
we book someone like the Black Eyed Peas to cover the 15 year drought
that brings us to the current state of misery. Good stuff.
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LOL.  Mojo, I didn't know Dennis Miller moonlighted as a broker! 

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Duke, P-diddle (oops), I meant P-diddler (I don't want be accused of being the con in lexicon) makes these low-brow rants possible.  My goal is to help the P become able to distinguish between healthy, rational or actual thought vs. a destructive, or negative thought which is a derivative for his socio-economic inferiority complex (this case study will appear in my published findings on what I call "Zero-worship") . If P challenges cognitive distortions while replacing them with healthy, self-loving thoughts he will sooner be able to validate his misery and accept himself for himself. Due to P's limiting economic factors, he decided to radically explore experimental group therapy on the internet.