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Old 02-21-2006, 07:52 PM   #11
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that kid has a mental problem. I think a lot of it stems from people wanting immediate satisfaction in everything they do. Patience is becoming more and more rare. I bet he eats his dessert first at dinner too.
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:03 PM   #12
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when my gf and i go out for dinner, we usually order dessert first. its easier to take dinner home in a box than ice cream or a brownie.
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I can't imagine whats wrong with him. I have a psychological problem with time. 2 years for me would seem like 1 year for a normal person. It developed when I was 15ish. I really miss the days when a summer felt like a summer, not a week. :( So, I am very impatient but not to this kids extent. If he gets a licence to drive a car, well I shouldn't worry since hes from Germany.
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its possible that whats wrong with him is scripting.
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Haro after accidently closing the open window and losing all of his new posts
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Old 02-22-2006, 12:25 AM   #16
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Haro after accidently closing the open window and losing all of his new posts
I thought that looked familiar! :P
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that kid reminds me of my younger brother. He does that when hes getting beat when he plays video games. He used to see a psychiatrist (sp?) but he only did that for a couple months before they said there was nothing wrong with him.

Anyways, the kid in that video needs a nice beating.

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that kid reminds me of my younger brother. He does that when hes getting beat when he plays video games. He used to see a psychiatrist (sp?) but he only did that for a couple months before they said there was nothing wrong with him.

Anyways, the kid in that video needs a nice beating.

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did the psychiatrist oberve your brother without him being aware of it? of course he'* not going to find anything wrong. You have to see how they act in the situation that is the cause of concern. Otherwise, you can't even see what the problem is. Your brother was smart enough to know how to act around him/her so they wouldn't find anythign wrong. They'll act in such a way that they believe the psychiatrist wants them to act. It'* called the Hawthorne effect.
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Haro after accidently closing the open window and losing all of his new posts
I thought that looked familiar! :P
haha hey now...

i just walk away and grab a beer
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Old 02-22-2006, 02:29 AM   #20
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wow. what language is he screaming?
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