what's in a name?
rsasby at msn.com
Wed Aug 25 11:18:17 PDT 1999
>Carry on, Stacey and Anita, in what ever way you have decided suits
>what ever gets you off in the direction you think you want to go.
Well thanks George, I'm feeling much better now that I have your permission
to think as I choose. I'll be certain to run out and exercise that ability
immediately, as I'm sure Anita will also.
>think a bit differently and will carry on with my version that life is
>without resentments and avoidances and euphemisms. :-) George B.
Well, see, there you go! You're starting to "get it" now! you can think
one way and others can think in a completely different direction and both
can be right. Only part you need to work on is the second half of the above
proclamation. When someone does things in a different direction, it still
doesn't necessarily mean that they are resentful, or avoiding anything BUT
your way of thinking, and certainly if anyone should be fearful of
euphemisms in their posts, you might want to take a moment to pause, adjust
your glasses and glance again at yourself.
Now, because I am already bored with this thread and it's absurdity, and
I respect the fact that you most likely believe what you are saying, I will
stop commenting on the stump versus residual limb issue until I clearly see
another contorted view on psychological evalustions which might offend me or
taint the perceptio of some new unsuspecting amputee who heppened their way
here among us.
Oh and for all of you who mailed me privately thanking me for expressing
your very similar opinions on the issue of titles, terminology and how it
defines our psychological capabilities, you're welcome. :o) I assure you it
was purely by accident.
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