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Dan Taft, the Mildly Popular Internet Star, has a mental breakdown in these 3 seconds of hilarity.
12 Sep 2008
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McCain is confused on the surge. For months he has been telling America: "The Surge is my successful war strategy". Now it turns out John McCain is confused about WHAT the "surge" is, WHEN the surge began, and HOW the surge was carried out. McCain has had to admit that he is NOT the author of the surge. Let me REPEAT. The "Surge" was NOT, is NOT, and NEVER will be, the brainchild of John McCain. The Surge is the brainchild of a military commander: Colonel McFarland. Once again we find John McCain is NOT an HONEST man... He's more of the same: McSame=McBush=Bush 3rd Term...
25 Jul 2008
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Sources close to the actress Demi Moore have suggested the Hollywood star is in crisis. Demi's estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, currently in Brazil working on an ad campaign, is said to be "deeply concerned" for her.
2 Feb 2012
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Every now and then, Miley Cyrus does something to remind us all that, despite her look and presentation of this ultra cool lady, she's still very much a teenager. The former Disney star treated nearly 9 million people to her musings on love on Thursday, revealing that she kinda craves for a lot of attention!!
25 Sep 2012
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Kailash Mantry is a Life Coach based in Mumbai who treats patients suffering from Autism, ADHD, Schizophrenia, Depression, Anxiety and other such mental diseases naturally without medicines. All over the Internet you will find evidence that it is not possible to cure Autism, however through our research and treatment we have discovered that it is 100% possible to cure Autism and children suffering from Autism can live a ordinary life where they are capable of becoming what they dream of. To Book an Appointment with Kailash Mantry please visit our website. WHY GO FOR MEDICINE WHEN IT CAN BE CURED NATURALLY?? MENTAL WELLNESS CENTRE ( Hospital) near Mumbai Lifelong deluxe stay and treatment Schizophrenia Bipolar Disorder Autism ADHD Drug Addict Alcoholic Parkinson's Disease Mentally Retarded Violent and Aggressive person MANTRY MENTAL HEALTH CARE CENTRE
13 Jun 2019
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Brian has a tough life. Nothing ever seems to work out for him. What will happen when the world gets on his last nerve? Well, you'll just have to watch for yourself as Brian experiences a mental breakdown which eventually leads him to go on a murderous rampage against his arch-enemy Jeff. If you like this preview, then you will vomit for joy when you get your hands on the full DVD! Coming Soon!
10 Apr 2007
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Matthew gets excited because he was attacked by wolves/ghosts. Eryk finally caves in goes with him (even though he is deathly afraid of ghosts) to the site and has a mental breakdown.
26 Jul 2009
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In his early years, author John William Campbell ran into a few legal problems that his lawyer would not deal with. Out of fear, Campbell taught himself to be an investigator and studied law, turning the tables on his opponents and their lawyers. His book, Living In Fear, is an easy-read novel based on a true story of mental breakdown, paranoia and alcoholism, and a man’s fifteen year journey to another chance in life. It is written in an honest and intriguing manner, exposing one man’s life and his attempt to help his family and community from living in fear. He creates his own world wherein he sets the system straight, protecting those who needs protection. But will he achieve his goals with all the obstacles in his way?
1 Sep 2011
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*******getliftoffnow****/startliving Being always tired can be a real pain in the neck! “I'm always tired” usually rings out most of our mouths during the course of our actions through out the day. Tiredness can be a real issue for a multitude of people. Whether you are a full or part time student, person that works constantly, athletes, business owners, moms or dads and the list goes on. This symptom we usually ignore because we just get accustom to it or just figure its a part of everyday living. However, in reality we are less effective when we are tired which in some cases can lead us to losing our focus and mental breakdowns. Always tired symptoms can generally be an easy fix.
30 Sep 2011
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*******www.truelightoflife**** vxyx2z *******www.insight.spruz com __ Long before he was helming the Enterprise, Shatner was a legitimate actor. Not yet turned to King of ham-acting, he had two leads in Twilight Zone pieces, Nightmare and Nick of Time (discussed below). While Nick of Time was doubtlessly better, Nightmare is a far more iconic role for the actor — the man recovering from a mental breakdown, insisting he sees a gremlin on the wings of an airplane, which no-one else notices. It’s a segment that’s been parodied widely, by everyone from The Simpsons to SNL. It’s also hilarious to watch it and compare flying in the 60s to now — everyone wearing suits, smoking cigarettes, and in seats with ample legroom. Ah, a golden age
12 Dec 2011
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(Image source: Wikipedia) BY STEVEN SPARKMAN The court martial of the soldier accused of committing the largest intelligence leak in U.S. history is officially underway. Here’s euronews. “Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier accused of handing secret files to WikiLeaks has been formally charged with aiding the enemy. Manning chose to defer a plea on all of the 22 charges against him.” Manning is accused of giving over 400,000 pages of classified documents to WikiLeaks. Manning chose not to enter a plea, or to make the decision on whether to stand before a panel of service members or a single judge. The Guardian explains the move. “A military legal expert said that the delay of a plea and forum decision was usually a strategic one, while lawyers wait to see how the motions they have filed are dealt with.” The charges against Manning include aiding the enemy and violating the Espionage Act. Manning’s defense says he never should have been given access to classified information, because the military should have picked up on his emotional troubles. Politico reports... “At a preliminary hearing in December, the defense painted Manning as tormented by gender identity issues, suffering from violent outbursts and mental breakdowns during his deployment to Iraq in 2009 and 2010.” Manning’s defense is also going to rely on the government’s admission the leaks didn’t actually harm national security. A legal analyst and Manning supporter explains the argument for RT. “One thing that Manning’s lawyer wants to do is to cross examine the people who decided to classify these documents to show they were misclassified. If they didn’t harm national security, they shouldn’t have been secrets to begin with.” Manning has been imprisoned since May 2010, including a year of solitary confinement which Manning’s supporters say was unwarranted. Activists on his behalf say Manning is being used as a pawn to get to WikiLeak’s founder Julian Assange. ABC Australia reports Assange’s lawyers will be watching this trial closely. “They fear that if the WikiLeaks founder is ultimately extradited to the United States, Private Manning could be encouraged to turn against him.” The actual trial isn’t scheduled until August, but Manning’s lawyers want to speed up the process, asking the judge to consider beginning the trial in April.
25 Feb 2012
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This book is not for everyone. 'Lost in Infinity' is a novel that many readers will find hard to define. In fact, it's much easier to list what it is most definitely not, than what it really is. It's not necessarily a tale of suspense or a thriller. It's not a mystery by normal standards. It's not inspirational, romantic or full of laughs. Depending upon your perspective and final take on the tale, it's not even entirely fiction. This book is not for everyone. 'Lost in Infinity' is a novel intended for a very specific audience... The author would have you believe this is a "psychological roller coaster wrapped in the factual memoir of a chronic insomniac suffering from apeirophobia (the fear of infinity)." He would go on to explain that the "novel unfolds the history of his life as he tries to unlock repressed memories through a near schizophrenic relationship with his own splintered subconscious." This is a clever ruse to suck in his niche reader. This book is not for everyone. Influenced by Chuck Palahniuk, Kurt Vonnegut and Carlton Mellick III, the novel offers a unique look into the private confessions of a self-absorbed blogger on the precipice of a mental breakdown. The recurring theme of déjà vu leads you through the work giving glimpses of a dark past while offering anecdotes that will eerily relate to most readers. Mixing in humor and satire with a confused childhood spent under the microscope of therapists keeps the mood light while he digs deeper into his past looking for the root of his problems. The narrator pulls back the curtain and reveals his dark inner turmoil as he fears a slow deliberate path toward schizophrenia. A repetition of events and recollections leads the reader through the twisted break the author fears while touching on life's everyday issues and questions. He delves into sleepless nights, stress, relationships and the pitfalls of education and careers while he openly offers opinions on religion, suicide, insomnia, depression and the meaning of life. Many casual readers will be turned off by the jumping timeline. Some will be confused by the author's back and forth focus on his missing memories. The first person pseudo-oral narrative will leave others simply frustrated. The rest will grow sick of the author's defense mechanisms, most often hiding behind his pretentious recollections of growing up a childhood 'genius'. This book is not for everyone. Now that you've been properly warned and many have moved on to their next light read... 'Lost in Infinity' is part social commentary, part psychological mystery and part diary. What begins as an egotistical journal from an overconfident, yet anti-social, bratty blogger slowly dissolves into the twisted chaos of a mind on the brink of collapse. The reader is eventually forced to decide if the book is a cry for help from a man attempting to rationalize his schizophrenia or a clever ruse to make them stop and contemplate the meaning of existence. Lost in Infinity' will leave the reader questioning everything they thought they knew about the author's sanity, about their own life, about existence and the infinite universe beyond.
7 Mar 2013
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