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Topic: Olympic Ambition and Schizophrenia
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Kevin

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Olympic Ambition and Schizophrenia
Posted: Mar 30, 2013 1:31 PM
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Olympic ambition and schizophrenia are mutually exclusive. A
schizophrenic never analyses his responses. Having Olympic ambition
means I have to analyze my responses to temper my ambition. Hypnosis
is relevant. Hypnosis is a tool in the hands of those without ambition
to drill their subject with schizophrenia and therefore it stands to
reason that schizophrenia has a complement. Utilizing your magical
powers against me is unethical and even immoral, for future referance.
It might seem that Klein bottles makes things overly complicated but
it is not so complicated to me given that I have the capacity to
analyze my responses.



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