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Reply #375 on: June 20, 2021, 10:23:16 pm
Mr. Hyde was a psycopathic killer. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to be in a locked room with him for any length of time, it might prove to be excessively "exciting & entertaining".
https://www.ranker.com/list/asylum-visitors-in-the-nineteenth-century/christy-box
19th-Century Tourists Visited Mental Asylums Like They Were Theme Parks
" Mental asylums served a much different purpose in the Victorian Era - specifically as entertainment for the public. Tourists visited them for amusement, entertained by patients who were incarcerated for mental illness. The practice was one of the many strange pastimes and rituals from the Victorian era, a time when unwrapping mummies at parties was considered a fun thing to do. "
Cultural historian Mike Jay has described it thus: Particularly on Sundays and ­holidays, the scene in the galleries could be boisterous and rowdy. Like a ghost train or a freak show, or indeed the surgery and autopsy, demonstrations that were also on offer to the London public – it offered an extreme but safely contained experience, and a stage on which high-spirited visitors could perform acts of daring or display their wit.

It's juvenile to encourage someone to display erratic behavior for your own amusement. Life can be hard enough for Asperger's folks, the social rules that smooth out our interactions can be pretty incomprehensible to them. Stirring the pot to obtain a "safely contained experience" on the internet is schadenfreude.
Derottonen is demonstrably a very sharp guy. He doesn't need to indulge in antagonistic word-play drama to prove that. He also doesn't need encouragement when he "wanders into the weeds" as it were. His occasional technical posts are noteworthy, it's a damn shame those aren't the norm.


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Reply #376 on: June 20, 2021, 10:25:36 pm
Mr. Hyde was a psycopathic killer. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to be in a locked room with him for any length of time, it might prove to be excessively "exciting & entertaining".
https://www.ranker.com/list/asylum-visitors-in-the-nineteenth-century/christy-box
19th-Century Tourists Visited Mental Asylums Like They Were Theme Parks
" Mental asylums served a much different purpose in the Victorian Era - specifically as entertainment for the public. Tourists visited them for amusement, entertained by patients who were incarcerated for mental illness. The practice was one of the many strange pastimes and rituals from the Victorian era, a time when unwrapping mummies at parties was considered a fun thing to do. "
Cultural historian Mike Jay has described it thus: Particularly on Sundays and ­holidays, the scene in the galleries could be boisterous and rowdy. Like a ghost train or a freak show, or indeed the surgery and autopsy, demonstrations that were also on offer to the London public – it offered an extreme but safely contained experience, and a stage on which high-spirited visitors could perform acts of daring or display their wit.

It's juvenile to encourage someone to display erratic behavior for your own amusement. Life can be hard enough for Asperger's folks, the social rules that smooth out our interactions can be pretty incomprehensible to them. Stirring the pot to obtain a "safely contained experience" on the internet is schadenfreude.
Derottonen is demonstrably a very sharp guy. He doesn't need to indulge in antagonistic word-play drama to prove that. He also doesn't need encouragement when he "wanders into the weeds" as it were. His occasional technical posts are noteworthy, it's a damn shame those aren't the norm.

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Reply #377 on: June 20, 2021, 10:28:00 pm
Just to throw the entire thread into a turmoil, attached are photos that I took at Alice's Restaurant today. This being Father's Day they had more customers than I have ever seen on an early Sunday morning. Also attached are a three photos of motorcycles, which might be more interesting than the rest of this thread.  ;)
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Reply #378 on: June 20, 2021, 10:30:07 pm
Mr. Hyde was a psycopathic killer. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to be in a locked room with him for any length of time, it might prove to be excessively "exciting & entertaining".
https://www.ranker.com/list/asylum-visitors-in-the-nineteenth-century/christy-box
19th-Century Tourists Visited Mental Asylums Like They Were Theme Parks
" Mental asylums served a much different purpose in the Victorian Era - specifically as entertainment for the public. Tourists visited them for amusement, entertained by patients who were incarcerated for mental illness. The practice was one of the many strange pastimes and rituals from the Victorian era, a time when unwrapping mummies at parties was considered a fun thing to do. "
Cultural historian Mike Jay has described it thus: Particularly on Sundays and ­holidays, the scene in the galleries could be boisterous and rowdy. Like a ghost train or a freak show, or indeed the surgery and autopsy, demonstrations that were also on offer to the London public – it offered an extreme but safely contained experience, and a stage on which high-spirited visitors could perform acts of daring or display their wit.

It's juvenile to encourage someone to display erratic behavior for your own amusement. Life can be hard enough for Asperger's folks, the social rules that smooth out our interactions can be pretty incomprehensible to them. Stirring the pot to obtain a "safely contained experience" on the internet is schadenfreude.
Derottonen is demonstrably a very sharp guy. He doesn't need to indulge in antagonistic word-play drama to prove that. He also doesn't need encouragement when he "wanders into the weeds" as it were. His occasional technical posts are noteworthy, it's a damn shame those aren't the norm.

And here I was just thinking he was a regular troll.  ::)
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Reply #379 on: June 20, 2021, 10:47:40 pm
" attached are a three photos of motorcycles, which might be more interesting than the rest of this thread "  A hearty +1 to that, brother. 

Glad you included a "real" motorcycle, that sweet RD350 wearing expansion chambers. I can almost smell the Blendzall...   8) ;D
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Reply #380 on: June 21, 2021, 03:01:43 am
Picking a good partner is challenging. It's very hard to dispassionately look at yourself and think objectively about your "object of desire". One solid caveat is that there has got to be something in it for both parties. Another is that you have to want to get along.
Yeah, I waited until I was 40. Met a woman who finally ticked all the boxes. We might have a rare flare up but 99% we're fine.
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Reply #381 on: June 21, 2021, 10:36:16 am
Mr. Hyde was a psycopathic killer. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to be in a locked room with him for any length of time, it might prove to be excessively "exciting & entertaining".
https://www.ranker.com/list/asylum-visitors-in-the-nineteenth-century/christy-box
19th-Century Tourists Visited Mental Asylums Like They Were Theme Parks
" Mental asylums served a much different purpose in the Victorian Era - specifically as entertainment for the public. Tourists visited them for amusement, entertained by patients who were incarcerated for mental illness. The practice was one of the many strange pastimes and rituals from the Victorian era, a time when unwrapping mummies at parties was considered a fun thing to do. "
Cultural historian Mike Jay has described it thus: Particularly on Sundays and ­holidays, the scene in the galleries could be boisterous and rowdy. Like a ghost train or a freak show, or indeed the surgery and autopsy, demonstrations that were also on offer to the London public – it offered an extreme but safely contained experience, and a stage on which high-spirited visitors could perform acts of daring or display their wit.

It's juvenile to encourage someone to display erratic behavior for your own amusement. Life can be hard enough for Asperger's folks, the social rules that smooth out our interactions can be pretty incomprehensible to them. Stirring the pot to obtain a "safely contained experience" on the internet is schadenfreude.
Derottonen is demonstrably a very sharp guy. He doesn't need to indulge in antagonistic word-play drama to prove that. He also doesn't need encouragement when he "wanders into the weeds" as it were. His occasional technical posts are noteworthy, it's a damn shame those aren't the norm.

:o ...I am not Jesus neither a Samaritan, it´s ZERO CO2 the swedish sweety pies want. All is written on wikipedia.org and factcheck.org  ;)

I am pretty sure the chinese will help them with that even for FREE.  ;D
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Reply #382 on: June 21, 2021, 08:27:53 pm
Ohhh yeah....we are now all autistic now! HA-HA

...you know the british "gentle" man, can royally kiss my ars, togeather with the all "electric" polish christian piss heads and all the rest of the fuxSing EUROPE who I supposeldy "OWE" sooooo much.

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Reply #383 on: June 21, 2021, 08:41:06 pm
@ #381 & 382:
" it´s ZERO CO2 the swedish sweety pies want "
Good to see you are paying attention. Sort of. Zero net is different from zero. But you actually know that, you just left off the "net" to make it more of an attention grabber.
https://www.swedishepa.se/Environmental-objectives-and-cooperation/Swedish-environmental-work/Work-areas/Climate/Climate-Act-and-Climate-policy-framework-/
Sweden’s Climate Act and Climate Policy Framework: In 2017 Sweden adopted a new climate policy framework. The framework consists of a climate act, climate targets and a climate policy council. Sweden's long-term target is to have zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 at the latest.

" Ohhh yeah....we are now all autistic now! HA-HA "
Does the word "spectrum" ring any bells?

" ...you know the british "gentle" man, can royally kiss my ars, togeather with the all "electric" polish christian piss heads and all the rest of the fuxSing EUROPE who I supposeldy "OWE" sooooo much. "
Are we shooting for Coprolalia as well? How much BS are you going to stack up here? Any valid reason for typing in this last word-spasm-salad? Why would you rationally do any of this useless flailing around on a technical forum? Get a grip on yourself and clean up your act, nobody wants to see you self destruct. You are way better than this, Derottonen.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coprolalia
"  involuntary swearing or the involuntary utterance of obscene words or socially inappropriate and derogatory remarks. Coprolalia comes from the Greek κόπρος (kópros), meaning "dung, feces", and λαλιά (laliā́) "speech", from λαλεῖν (laleîn) "to talk".[1]
Coprolalia is an occasional characteristic of tic disorders, in particular Tourette syndrome, although it is not required for a diagnosis of Tourette's and only about 10% of Tourette's patients exhibit coprolalia.[2] It is not unique to tic disorders; it is also a rare symptom of other neurological disorders.
Coprolalia is one type of coprophenomenon. Other coprophenomena include the related symptoms of copropraxia, involuntary actions such as performing obscene or forbidden gestures,[3] and coprographia, making obscene writings or drawings.[4] "
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Reply #384 on: June 21, 2021, 08:43:25 pm
...ohhhh, yeah, and not to forget the swed"§$sh pe§$files who are selling their kids to the arabs who are such good christians and "own" all the place.
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Reply #385 on: June 21, 2021, 08:55:12 pm
See #383. Get some help.
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Reply #386 on: June 21, 2021, 08:59:52 pm
See #383. Get some help.

Oh, help? So much of help I got already...stuff it in your ar7se.  A help from a swedish peD0 file may cost you the house.
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Reply #387 on: June 21, 2021, 09:36:00 pm
No wonder we no longer have a motor industry


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Reply #388 on: June 21, 2021, 09:40:07 pm
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-57553238
They're in a mess right now...

I can't believe it took them a bloody decade to cast a no confidence vote to get that commie ars out of office. He did even celebrate himself as the "Trump" of the nordics.
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Reply #389 on: June 21, 2021, 09:44:13 pm
Quit inflicting your personal psychodrama on everyone else, deal with your issues. Nobody else here makes a career out of whinging on endlessly about their life troubles. Chances are very good you aren't the only one with problems.
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