Something to ponder on as you wander on


Some liars are born that way, some are self-made; but the really great ones are elected to Congress…
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Monday, May 12, 2008

THE JIM JONES EFFECT..........

Delusion…….
1. false belief
a persistent false belief held in the face of strong contradictory
evidence,, especially as a symptom of a psychiatric condition…
2. mistaken notion
a false or mistaken belief or idea about something…
(Encarta Dictionary)

Psychotic…….
1. affected by psychosis
relating to,, characteristic of,, or affected by psychosis…
(Encarta Dictionary)

Psychosis……
1. loss of contact with reality
a psychiatric disorder such as schizophrenia or mania that is marked
by delusions,, hallucinations,, incoherence,, and distorted perceptions of reality…
(Encarta Dictionary)

Mania………..
1. obsession
an excessive and intense interest in or enthusiasm for something…
2. psychiatric disorder
a psychiatric disorder characterized by excessive physical activity,,
rapidly changing ideas,, and impulsive behavior…
(Encarta Dictionary)

Distorted perceptions of reality…………
1. give inaccurate report of something
transitive verb to describe or report something in an inaccurate or misleading way…
(Encarta Dictionary)

Hmmm,, I wonder if any of these definitions fit anybody?.......
(besides me of course)……….

6 comments:

Marvin the Martian said...

Jim Jones did more to damage the good name of Kool-Aid than almost any other imaginable event possibly could have.

You'll forgive me if I don't partake of YOUR Kool-Aid? ;-)

gt281 said...

to Marvin:
so true,, but everybody did have a good time,, for about 2 minutes...

I have a fruit punch recipe you might like,, everybody knows Martians love fruit punch........

Lorelei said...

I like fruit punch.

gt281 said...

to Lorelei:
are you here for the comments or for my really really really great
'short stories'?... ;-)

Swubird said...

gt281:

Hey, you just described my personality to a T. But I didn't know I was different. I thought all bloggers were just like me. Should I see my GP, or do think I need a specialists of some kind?

Over and out.

Bob Johnson said...

Probably, just can't understand half the words, is that a sign of some sort?.lol