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Feeling tired all the time


Robin1988 11 | 82
14 Mar 2024 #1
I know the lowest and most ni--er people there could ever be, im surrounded with them my day is like %90 about them. I feel tired and exhausted. they are so losers its kind of funny, but over all im tired and im giving less than %5
Novichok 4 | 8463
14 Mar 2024 #2
I am tired all the time of the woke transgender bullshit. Quoting:

I was a male trapped in a woman's body until my mother gave birth to me!
johnny reb 48 | 7443
15 Mar 2024 #3
im surrounded with them my day is like %90 about them.

Do tell, and what city would your nightmare be taking place in ?
amiga500 4 | 1508
15 Mar 2024 #4
Warsaw. Poles are the Nig*as of Europe. That's a compliment btw.
Alien 21 | 5267
15 Mar 2024 #5
Poles are the Nig*as of Europe.

Those times are over.
johnny reb 48 | 7443
15 Mar 2024 #6
I feel tired and exhausted. but over all im tired and im giving less than %5

Time you go see a doctor as this sounds serious.
The cause could be anything from Long Haulers Covid to sleep apnea to a thyroid issue to heart issues to diabetes to lack of exercise to a poor diet to too much computer screen time to stress from breathing to much of that Canadian forest fire smoke to many of a number of things that can shorten your life.

Get off your dead ass and go get checked out before you have a preventable stroke or heart attack.
You Canooks have free healthcare don't you ?
Atch 21 | 4161
16 Mar 2024 #7
Robin, are you on any meds for psychological/mental health issues? If so, are you taking them? You shouldn't go off them without medical supervision.
pawian 223 | 24385
16 Mar 2024 #8
are you on any meds for psychological/mental health issues?

Stupid question. Why has it ever occured to you? Don`t imagine too much. :):):) A few days ago I read an article about people who do tedious tiring jobs in toxic environments and feel gravely frustrated. You don`t need to be mental to feel so.

Similarly, i could ask you the same question when you vented your silly frustrations about and on Poles and Polesses.
Atch 21 | 4161
19 Mar 2024 #9
Why has it ever occured to you?

Have you read his other posts? He's witnessed a nuclear explosion, spoken to Adolf Hitler and today he speculates that 'the government' is cloning people. Have you ever actually met anyone with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder?? I have, a few people. It's more common than you think. They sometimes feel well while on their meds, think they don't need them, come off them and it doesn't work out well.
Alien 21 | 5267
19 Mar 2024 #10
Have you ever actually met anyone with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder?? I

We already had one on the Forum.
Novichok 4 | 8463
19 Mar 2024 #11
WTF is happening here? PF morphing into a clinic?

Have you ever actually met anyone with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder??

Yes. One broad told me that men can get pregnant and can become women on demand and compete with them in their sports.

Another psycho said that migrants are good for the economy and that we should let in as many of them as are willing to come.
Atch 21 | 4161
19 Mar 2024 #12
Yes

Real life is a lot more interesting than your nonsense. My sister rented a flat in an old Georgian house in Dublin and she could hear her neighbour having huge rows with his mother - after she got to know him, it transpired that he lived alone. Mother had died some years previously.

I had a similar neighbour who lived in the flat upstairs. He seemed quite normal if you encountered him in the hallway or out on the street. He didn't work but his father owned the building and he sort of acted as caretaker. Anyway, he slept until about lunchtime every day. When I was at home on weekdays I'd hear his alarm go off around midday. Then he's sit up half the night talking to himself - VERY loudly. For some reason he'd affect a New York accent when he did that. Again, it was a conversation between two people, not a monologue.

THEN, there was the lady I met on the train to Wexford ................ I was getting the vibes off her. She was sitting on the other side of the aisle and after a few minutes, we made eye contact and she said 'It's coming, isn't it?' I just knew she meant the end of the world and sure enough she did. Turned out she'd been got at by Jehovah's Witnesses. She actually told me she was schizophrenic but she was taking her meds. I told her that religion should be a comfort, not frighten you and that it didn't sound as if Jehovah was the best option for her if it was upsetting her. She cheered up after that although by the end of the journey she'd decided I was an angel. At least I left her happier than I found her.
Novichok 4 | 8463
19 Mar 2024 #13
Real life is a lot more interesting than ...

...religious BS. Even Jesus never attempted to make an old white man into a black teen lesbian.
I can do it anytime I want. And back...

She actually told me she was schizophrenic

...and a certified nut.

So what is your point in bringing certified nuts to this forum?
OP Robin1988 11 | 82
19 Mar 2024 #14
I dont who came up with my housing plan, I hate them.

Robin, are you on any meds for psychological/mental health issues? If so, are you taking them? You shouldn't go off them without medical supervision.

you're pushing this hate narrative that everyone low I met in Canada does, I'm healthy. but my family are sick in the brain
Atch 21 | 4161
20 Mar 2024 #15
you're pushing this hate narrative that everyone low I met in Canada does

I didn't express any hate towards you. Quite the opposite. I expressed concern for you. The fact that you can't see the difference between the two might give you some food for thought.
OP Robin1988 11 | 82
20 Mar 2024 #16
I know you wont be able to understand, I dont blame you, I dont quite understand it either
johnny reb 48 | 7443
20 Mar 2024 #17
Did you think this was a self-help forum when you first came here ?
Alien 21 | 5267
20 Mar 2024 #18
self-help forum

It always helps to talk to others.
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #19
If he insists on not taking his medicine, we should at least introduce him to Sralec35.

Those two, I bet, could talk for hours and hours... about cloning, nuclear explosions over Montreal, and telephone calls with great world leaders of the past.
OP Robin1988 11 | 82
20 Mar 2024 #20
All was trying to say, these technologies been around for at least 80 years
jon357 73 | 23043
20 Mar 2024 #21
these technologies

The world is changing fast and sometimes we can see things we don't understand.

Thing is, we don't need to understand or worry.

Stay strong, Robin. Be happy and look after yourself while recognising that others are fallible to and everyone is at heart good. Once you do that, the rest falls into place.
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #22
these technologies been around for at least 80 years

This is accurate, but only at surface.

Cloning and nuclear weapons are real.

Elites cloning themselves and atom bombs going off over Montreal - is not real.

Research suggests that there may be a correlation between experiencing traumatic events and developing mistrustful or paranoid attitudes. For example, a study published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress (2011) found that veterans with PTSD were more likely to endorse beliefs in conspiracy theories compared to veterans without PTSD. The study suggested that the sense of betrayal or loss of trust experienced during traumatic events could contribute to the adoption of conspiratorial beliefs as a way to make sense of or regain control over the traumatic experience.

It's totally "normal", and something a trained specialist should be able to help you manage.

Once you see the world again, as it is, it'll be like a breath of fresh air.
OP Robin1988 11 | 82
20 Mar 2024 #23
Forget about the bomb, it's possibly a visual hallucinations that I had, but cloning is real
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #24
but cloning is real

It sure is, and it's advancing at an eye watering speed thanks to the availability of cheap, simple, and effective gene editing tools.

It holds out the promise of all sorts of medical breakthroughs, but as an any emerging technology... also many risks.

It's another thing entirely to argue that the powers that be are running a shadow cloning operation in pursuit of functional immortality.

Right now, it's a small group of albeit very wealthy people, mostly living in the Bay Area.
OP Robin1988 11 | 82
20 Mar 2024 #25
Maybe it held to those who can hide beyond this quantum, just to keep everything running.
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #26
@Robin1988

Why I don't like conspiracy theories, is because inevitably it is the small man imagining some devilishly clever plan on the part of those in charge.

The reality is, that the people on top are just as flawed and dysfunctional - and to such an extent - that executing any of these plans is all but out of reach for them.

They are jealous of each other. They are greedy. They are egotistical.

If one party was holding the keys to immortality, you can rest assured the other would run to the public immediately and complain.

Besides - wanting to be immortal is a stupid desire in and of itself.
Alien 21 | 5267
20 Mar 2024 #27
but cloning is real
It sure is,

There is one small problem, the so-called telomeres. It means that the clones will not live as long as the originals and will not be as healthy.
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #28
It means that the clones will not live as long as the originals and will not be as healthy.

That is why you put him in the refrigerator until you need him.

When cirrhosis will finally eat my liver, I will take Bob out of the fridge, and take his liver. After that he can go back to sleep.

I think it's a mistake to treat your clone like a friend. Otherwise you may end up giving him your liver instead.

Best to maintain a professional distance. Me in the world. Him in the fridge, until necessary.
Alien 21 | 5267
20 Mar 2024 #29
Me in the world. Him in the fridge, until necessary.

This won't work, when taken out of the freezer it will be equivalent to a frozen pizza. To be used for transplants, it must be alive. I wrote 'it' specifically.
Bobko 26 | 2171
20 Mar 2024 #30
be used for transplants, it must be alive

This is a recipe for disaster.

Right now I live alone, so I know I will try to turn my clone into a drinking partner.

Because he has my genes, he will probably have the same amazing sense of humor and interest in history. After some short period of time, I will grow fond of him.

Then his stupid short telomeres will make themselves known, and first he will ask for one of my kidneys. Then a piece of my liver. Finally - he will want a heart transplant.

And how can I refuse him? He is my brother, only closer.

No, this plan does not work Alien.


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