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    This is why 'it' comments on your threads and makes no sense.

    The Long Version...

    Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression, is a condition that affects your moods, which can swing from one extreme to another.
    People with*bipolar disorder have periods or episodes of:
    1. depression*–*feeling very low and lethargic
    2. mania*–*feeling very high and overactive (less severe mania is known as hypomania)
    Symptoms of bipolar disorder depend on which mood you're experiencing. Unlike simple mood swings, each extreme episode of bipolar disorder can last for several weeks (or even longer), and some people may not experience a "normal" mood very often.

    The short version...

    'it' is a retard

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    *'it' = 'iKonn'
    LLSU FYUU LLBU

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    • #3
      incorrect.

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      • #4
        Rankism is an assertion of superiority. It typically takes the form of putting others down. It's what "Somebodies" do to "nobodies." Or, more precisely, it is what people who think they're Somebodies do to people they take for nobodies.

        It turns out that rankism is the source of most man-made suffering. So, if we could get rid of it, we would be a lot happier. Let me explain.

        Before you conclude that rankism is human nature-that we're like the apes, and they do it, so we have no choice-and dismiss the possibility of overcoming it, consider this list of specific kinds of "put downs" that, not long ago, were deemed cool, but have become a sure way to embarrass yourself:

        1. Racism-whites putting and keeping non-whites down
        2. Sexism-males limiting and disadvantaging females
        3. Ageism-patronizing the young, condescending to the elderly
        4. Anti-Semitism-discriminating against Jews
        5. Classism-putting down people on the basis of differences in class (more prevalent in former aristocracies like Britain than in America, but also known here)
        6. Homophobia-heterosexuals demeaning gays and lesbians
        7. Ableism-humiliating people with disabilities
        8. Colonialism-subordinating and exploiting another society or nation
        9. Workplace and schoolyard bullying; sexual harassment, child abuse, and domestic violence; corporate, bureaucratic, and political corruption
        10. ...

        The list goes on. Once you have a word for it, you see rankism everywhere.

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        • #5
          The descriptive egoist’s theory is called “psychological egoism.” Psychological egoism describes human nature as being wholly self-centered and self-motivated. Examples of this explanation of human nature predate the formation of the theory, and, are found in writings such as that of British Victorian historian, Macaulay, and, in that of British Reformation political philosopher, Thomas Hobbes. To the question, “What proposition is there respecting human nature which is absolutely and universally true?", Macaulay, replies, "We know of only one . . . that men always act from self-interest." (Quoted in Garvin.) In Leviathan, Hobbes maintains that, "No man giveth but with intention of good to himself; because gift is voluntary; and of all voluntary acts the object to every man is his own pleasure." In its strong form, psychological egoism asserts that people always act in their own interests, and, cannot but act in their own interests, even though they may disguise their motivation with references to helping others or doing their duty.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TUJ View Post
              Rankism is an assertion of superiority. It typically takes the form of putting others down. It's what "Somebodies" do to "nobodies." Or, more precisely, it is what people who think they're Somebodies do to people they take for nobodies.

              It turns out that rankism is the source of most man-made suffering. So, if we could get rid of it, we would be a lot happier. Let me explain.

              Before you conclude that rankism is human nature-that we're like the apes, and they do it, so we have no choice-and dismiss the possibility of overcoming it, consider this list of specific kinds of "put downs" that, not long ago, were deemed cool, but have become a sure way to embarrass yourself:

              1. Racism-whites putting and keeping non-whites down
              2. Sexism-males limiting and disadvantaging females
              3. Ageism-patronizing the young, condescending to the elderly
              4. Anti-Semitism-discriminating against Jews
              5. Classism-putting down people on the basis of differences in class (more prevalent in former aristocracies like Britain than in America, but also known here)
              6. Homophobia-heterosexuals demeaning gays and lesbians
              7. Ableism-humiliating people with disabilities
              8. Colonialism-subordinating and exploiting another society or nation
              9. Workplace and schoolyard bullying; sexual harassment, child abuse, and domestic violence; corporate, bureaucratic, and political corruption
              10. ...

              The list goes on. Once you have a word for it, you see rankism everywhere.
              I'm guilty of at least 11 on this list.
              bLiNd_As_A_bAt
              HuNg_LiKe_A_cAt

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