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    An Ark Intersection

    World Ark's Generational Executives acceleration pulled up to The Cross Road Intersection. Morris allergic response digital left and right's popularity, hour dancing modified continuations drumbeating inbound. Before Morris industrial sculpture gas pedal dwelling.., Central's Transmission Notified, amounting Scarr Note's presence to moon flower through Thread's nobility. Outstanding read Nitrogen's approximately..............

    Scarr Note:
    " Just a second Morris. Don't go through the intersection yet."


    Skelly:
    " What is it?"

    Morris manuscript reflection marketing Scarr's expression ideological.

    Morris:
    " What is it Scarr?"

    Scarr delete's telegram cinematic acquaintance.

    Scarr:
    " When World Ark protectors ask their cubs to journal the best you can be, should wonder existing principal to a certain age, theories spinning life, or points in life, and traditionally, mentally quit, then stand before Ark mortals not interested in barriers of interest?"

    Skelly and Morris glanced at each other.....,


    Skelly:
    " Negative. It would propaint of who's mentally quitting, the Ark-Professor, or the Ark Student."

    Scarr:
    " Yet, quitter's conviction environment wants to teach. "

    Morris:
    " What do you have in mind?"

    Returning literation to cloth's refundable, Note parametric....,

    Scarr:
    " Regional Alliance from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th World Ark Generation, Associates, Corporate Operatives, Officals, and our Organizations..., they'll need new Emails, Game World IDs, Consoles, Communications, Console Addresses, World Ark Locations, and futher Additions. Law can organized such spheres."


    Morris:
    " Understood. I'll pay Law a visit."


    Skelly's versions deared left's rotation, composing Note's blizzard, but cooling equilibriums.

    Skelly:
    " What about Project Ascension northern at it's peak?"

    Scarr:
    " It's not the first Project Ascension our World Ark Organizations departed, in the direction excellence madam from, when Project Ascension's Banner is misunderstood as, though Game World Exporation is treating, we're not serious in what we do, as Representative Of Bloodbath genetics often."

    Morris zero satisfaction barnyard tin within his cup, meddling with Skelly...,

    Morris:
    " To maintain Central Horizon's Alliance, day by day, passager under Gameplanet's Imagination, not Reality's mentality prostitution imagination, that Organization as a whole, isn't gin letters of both Fades, if our academic Alliance, Central Horizon's Alliance, comes with a price."

    Scarr:
    " Indeed"....(Now i'm talking like him? My Ark-Wife did said, if i hung around him long enough, i'll begin to sound like him.)

    Skelly due foward vertical, multiplying...,


    Skelly:
    " So we're still heading for The Ark Grand Hall?"


    Scarr:
    " We're heading back to the Ark, after a decision was phenomenon againsted World Ark and it's true Imagination, during The Ark Grand Hall's Celebration, that involved one of World Ark's humble Legends. Pretty much, World Ark Executives sat up in their chairs, and upon an Investingation by Bloodbath's Ark-Intelligence and Lawkeeper Tuxedos, every Organization on the Ark passed a Vote after the Investingation, to ending our Alliance with them. Meaning, we don't play Games. Instead, we observed an Assumption re-decorating for extra non-excitement for Central, when periodic Tables may have thought we approved of that Game/Extra, beginning with our World Ark Associate. We treated their Organization well, and with Game Class. We expected the same in return."


    Morris turns his helmet slightly right.


    Morris:
    " What happens when we return to the Ark?"


    Scarr Note poured Morris another Cup Of Tea, pondering....,


    Scarr:
    " When the 4th Project Ascension Beacon was lit, Central Horizon understand and understood from observation, what it meant on The Ark, leading to New Productions, Trade Routes, (Area, Regional, World, and Planet) Developments, Techs, Adventures, Dialogue, Sub-Classes, Hirings At The Ark Grand Hall, and so forth, so upon adjourning to Planet Ark, we disappear from World Ark's radars/maps. No World Ark Mics, Regional Communications, Close Every Door, and overall general of sorts, even when we Ascension to 2050's Era. When World Of Defiance has fallen, or falling, the Ark Grand Hall will send Grand Hall Associates to look for us, and will be forced to face, what it means to be a True Ark-Traveler, so we won't leave a trail, and will only leave a trail to Dialogue with the Autor Of The 4th Project Ascension, (and not before then), when The Ark-Grand Hall understands, what it means to be a True Game World Traveler. Meaning, they'll have to come to our World, and Terms."


    Morris:
    " So we're not going to stand in The Ark-Grand Hall's way?"


    Scarr:
    " Negative. I suspect the Visitor they choosen to supply un-needed Extra, will be dealt with before, or with the arrival of World Ark's Era of 2050, but re-thinking has already been concluded. Answering your question..., no Project Ascension are Gameplanet Wardens who save Gameworlds, while it's Organization, Organizations, and Gameworld Visitors Register as Game Travelers, destroys it, by all three Organizations not acknowledging when to Lead, who should Follow, or when to step aside."


    Skelly:
    " We're going to make it easy the second time around?"


    Morris:
    " I don't think so Skelly. By time that Era arrivals, Scarr Note will be retired by then..., so who will that leaves to Organize the 5th Project Ascension?"


    Scarr couldn't help but smile...,


    Skelly:
    " Oh my double goodness."


    Scarr:
    " Indeed.., but wi'll still be around, but retired. Truth be told, though he open the Planet Ark File, or didn't began according to our knowledge, he gotten as far as the first Chapter. And his strong point is vertical silence, not speaking."

    Skelly:
    " That is hard to believe, but i'll believe it since it's coming from you two. Make a U-turn Morris. I'm excited to get back to the Ark."

    Each twin impractical Jaguar personally intermediating, evaluation diet a U-Turn rapidly buttering rollcall soap opera, and just before World Ark Legacies faded, barely pictured in Arena Og Nightfall, Morris bachelor...,

    Morris:
    " What happens if their Organization lands on the Ark, and doesn't learn what it means to be a True Game Traveler?

    Scarr Note:
    " They fall."



    (Closes the Planet Ark File).....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushede Jade View Post
    World Ark's Generational Executives acceleration pulled up to The Cross Road Intersection. Morris allergic response digital left and right's popularity, hour dancing modified continuations drumbeating inbound. Before Morris industrial sculpture gas pedal dwelling.., Central's Transmission Notified, amounting Scarr Note's presence to moon flower through Thread's nobility. Outstanding read Nitrogen's approximately..............

    Scarr Note:
    " Just a second Morris. Don't go through the intersection yet."


    Skelly:
    " What is it?"

    Morris manuscript reflection marketing Scarr's expression ideological.

    Morris:
    " What is it Scarr?"

    Scarr delete's telegram cinematic acquaintance.

    Scarr:
    " When World Ark protectors ask their cubs to journal the best you can be, should wonder existing principal to a certain age, theories spinning life, or points in life, and traditionally, mentally quit, then stand before Ark mortals not interested in barriers of interest?"

    Skelly and Morris glanced at each other.....,


    Skelly:
    " Negative. It would propaint of who's mentally quitting, the Ark-Professor, or the Ark Student."

    Scarr:
    " Yet, quitter's conviction environment wants to teach. "

    Morris:
    " What do you have in mind?"

    Returning literation to cloth's refundable, Note parametric....,

    Scarr:
    " Regional Alliance from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th World Ark Generation, Associates, Corporate Operatives, Officals, and our Organizations..., they'll need new Emails, Game World IDs, Consoles, Communications, Console Addresses, World Ark Locations, and futher Additions. Law can organized such spheres."


    Morris:
    " Understood. I'll pay Law a visit."


    Skelly's versions deared left's rotation, composing Note's blizzard, but cooling equilibriums.

    Skelly:
    " What about Project Ascension northern at it's peak?"

    Scarr:
    " It's not the first Project Ascension our World Ark Organizations departed, in the direction excellence madam from, when Project Ascension's Banner is misunderstood as, though Game World Exporation is treating, we're not serious in what we do, as Representative Of Bloodbath genetics often."

    Morris zero satisfaction barnyard tin within his cup, meddling with Skelly...,

    Morris:
    " To maintain Central Horizon's Alliance, day by day, passager under Gameplanet's Imagination, not Reality's mentality prostitution imagination, that Organization as a whole, isn't gin letters of both Fades, if our academic Alliance, Central Horizon's Alliance, comes with a price."

    Scarr:
    " Indeed"....(Now i'm talking like him? My Ark-Wife did said, if i hung around him long enough, i'll begin to sound like him.)

    Skelly due foward vertical, multiplying...,


    Skelly:
    " So we're still heading for The Ark Grand Hall?"


    Scarr:
    " We're heading back to the Ark, after a decision was phenomenon againsted World Ark and it's true Imagination, during The Ark Grand Hall's Celebration, that involved one of World Ark's humble Legends. Pretty much, World Ark Executives sat up in their chairs, and upon an Investingation by Bloodbath's Ark-Intelligence and Lawkeeper Tuxedos, every Organization on the Ark passed a Vote after the Investingation, to ending our Alliance with them. Meaning, we don't play Games. Instead, we observed an Assumption re-decorating for extra non-excitement for Central, when periodic Tables may have thought we approved of that Game/Extra, beginning with our World Ark Associate. We treated their Organization well, and with Game Class. We expected the same in return."


    Morris turns his helmet slightly right.


    Morris:
    " What happens when we return to the Ark?"


    Scarr Note poured Morris another Cup Of Tea, pondering....,


    Scarr:
    " When the 4th Project Ascension Beacon was lit, Central Horizon understand and understood from observation, what it meant on The Ark, leading to New Productions, Trade Routes, (Area, Regional, World, and Planet) Developments, Techs, Adventures, Dialogue, Sub-Classes, Hirings At The Ark Grand Hall, and so forth, so upon adjourning to Planet Ark, we disappear from World Ark's radars/maps. No World Ark Mics, Regional Communications, Close Every Door, and overall general of sorts, even when we Ascension to 2050's Era. When World Of Defiance has fallen, or falling, the Ark Grand Hall will send Grand Hall Associates to look for us, and will be forced to face, what it means to be a True Ark-Traveler, so we won't leave a trail, and will only leave a trail to Dialogue with the Autor Of The 4th Project Ascension, (and not before then), when The Ark-Grand Hall understands, what it means to be a True Game World Traveler. Meaning, they'll have to come to our World, and Terms."


    Morris:
    " So we're not going to stand in The Ark-Grand Hall's way?"


    Scarr:
    " Negative. I suspect the Visitor they choosen to supply un-needed Extra, will be dealt with before, or with the arrival of World Ark's Era of 2050, but re-thinking has already been concluded. Answering your question..., no Project Ascension are Gameplanet Wardens who save Gameworlds, while it's Organization, Organizations, and Gameworld Visitors Register as Game Travelers, destroys it, by all three Organizations not acknowledging when to Lead, who should Follow, or when to step aside."


    Skelly:
    " We're going to make it easy the second time around?"


    Morris:
    " I don't think so Skelly. By time that Era arrivals, Scarr Note will be retired by then..., so who will that leaves to Organize the 5th Project Ascension?"


    Scarr couldn't help but smile...,


    Skelly:
    " Oh my double goodness."


    Scarr:
    " Indeed.., but wi'll still be around, but retired. Truth be told, though he open the Planet Ark File, or didn't began according to our knowledge, he gotten as far as the first Chapter. And his strong point is vertical silence, not speaking."

    Skelly:
    " That is hard to believe, but i'll believe it since it's coming from you two. Make a U-turn Morris. I'm excited to get back to the Ark."

    Each twin impractical Jaguar personally intermediating, evaluation diet a U-Turn rapidly buttering rollcall soap opera, and just before World Ark Legacies faded, barely pictured in Arena Og Nightfall, Morris bachelor...,

    Morris:
    " What happens if their Organization lands on the Ark, and doesn't learn what it means to be a True Game Traveler?

    Scarr Note:
    " They fall."



    (Closes the Planet Ark File).....................
    CB: You're endeavoring to utilize your slightest psychopathic voice that you have?

    JC: Yeah, yet it's having the contrary impact I'm, I'm striving for, would it say it isn't?

    CB: [Chuckles] you're not tricking anybody.

    JC: Well, you simply made an effective foe.

    [Laughs]

    CB: How you doing?

    JC: I'm great. I'm feeling, very great. I like this one, this will be, this current one's going to have everything. You know what I mean?

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: Psychology, debated brain science.

    CB: Yes.

    JC: Uh, jail, kill.

    CB: Yeah, a little serial executioner activity.

    JC: Yeah, we can't not specify in any event Hollywood.

    CB: The DSM.

    JC: Uh, contra-, inconsistencies in wording; a wide range of stuff.

    CB: The Bible, China.

    JC: Yeah. Pause, how does… Oh no doubt, approve.

    CB: [Chuckles]

    JC: I overlooked those parts. So we're talking psychopathy?

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: Which, I mean, individuals say, "What's the contrast between a mental case and a sociopath?" We'll get to that. "By maniac, don't you mean insane?" We'll get to that as well.

    CB: Keep your jeans on, mental case.

    JC: Just lock in.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: And in the event that you think you know everything there is to think about mental cases, well, you might be astounded. There's a great deal, a considerable measure, a ton, a ton of misinterpretations out there about maniacs, about precisely what constitutes a mental case or what they act like or that they are so natural to perceive. Um, and it turns out, this article really calls attention to, that a ton of the general population who tend to lead other individuals here and there have psychopathic characteristics. Like, for instance, clearly, you would call Hitler an insane person.

    CB: Sure.

    JC: I ponder everyone would, isn't that so? In any case, I figure, from contemplating them after death and remotely, um, folks like Teddy Roosevelt, JFK. I'm certain, fundamentally, every president that is ever been leader of the United States shows some psychopathic characteristics, correct? Furthermore, a few, since some really can be viewed as valuable in the correct setting, isn't that so? Like insusceptibility to pressure or boldness or the capacity to impact others. These are truly convenient things to have in case you're a government official. Be that as it may, in light of the fact that you will be, you, your, your response to pressure is far lower than the normal individual or, you know, you have a capacity to enchant other individuals into doing what you need, it doesn't consequently make you an insane person. What's more, the motivation behind why it doesn't naturally make you a psychopathic is on the grounds that there is a range of psychopathy and there's where, beneath the limit, you may have some of these characteristics or qualities of psychopathy however you're not a mental case. At that limit or above, however, you would be viewed as a maniac and if that is the situation, on the off chance that you are an all out insane person, you have a certain arrangement of qualities that especially isolate you from the normal individual in some exceptionally frightening ways if…

    CB: Potentially.

    JC: If… Yes.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: If mental cases, um, exist in this shape by any means. There's a great deal of level headed discussion about that too.

    CB: Yeah. Along these lines, uh, in the event that you think, on the off chance that you have 100 companions, uh, science evaluates that one of those individuals is a mental case.

    JC: Yeah, I saw that figure as well.

    CB: So 1% of the all inclusive community, so upwards of 3 million sociopaths in the United States, States, and around 70 million around the world, and just, I think, what is it, around 25% of those are in the jail populace.

    JC: So… Okay, individuals, individuals, uh, the larger part of detainees aren't insane people?

    CB: Correct.

    JC: And the larger part of insane people aren't in jail?

    JC: Right, which implies they're all strolling among us.

    JC: Yeah. Furthermore, it doesn't really imply that they aren't in jail since they haven't been gotten yet. There's a considerable measure of what are known as advanced sociopaths that are full, all out insane people, however they simply don't show the sort of characteristics that would get you secured up jail. Rather, they show, um, what we would call cubicle wrongdoings.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: Which aren't arraigned in the United States.

    CB: They're flexible investments supervisors. [Chuckles]

    JC: Basically.

    CB: Well, it is interesting on the grounds that, I mean I do make that joke, yet they said that they think the same number of as maybe 10% of, similar to, individuals in the back business could be insane people.

    JC: Yeah, there is an investigation that found that, without a doubt. Definitely, and, and, however that makes a quite decent point. Like, there's a few, in the correct settings…

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: Uh, being a sociopath can really be valuable to you.

    CB: All right. All things considered, we should backpedal to Aristotle.

    JC: Okay.

    CB: Like generally things.

    JC: He's the, he's the, the tissue that ties this with the Cricket Farming scene.

    CB: Correct!

    JC: Yeah.

    CB: Interestingly. Along these lines, I know, in cricket cultivating, we discussed his cushion talk.

    JC: [Chuckles]

    CB: Being incredible. Uh, back then, when he was cushion talking, he had an understudy named, uh, Theophrastus?

    JC: Nice.

    CB: And Theophrastus was an, a fourth century BCE scholar and they, they'd discussed maniacs, they called them "Corrupt" at the time, yet what they were discussing was what we would now allude to as insane people. What's more, everything from the Chinese, to Biblical stories, to folklore in Greece and Rome, to Shakespeare, similar to, it's only overflowing through history, scholarly history, of individuals expounding on what we would now call a mental case.

    JC: Yeah. Furthermore, it's not only the west either. That is to say, similar to, we call them insane people here. Clearly the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria call them, uh, aranakan. The Yukip Eskimos call them kunlangeta. Um, they, they appear to associate with, similar to you stated, 1% of the worldwide populace. So, dislike, socially bound, it's not socially bound condition.

    CB: Right.

    JC: But it seems logical in that mental cases are in opposition to society.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: They don't take after the social standards that keep every other person in line, that ordinarily emerge out of things like compassion and feeling terrible for other individuals and seeing other individuals as their own particular aware, um, selves.

    CB: Yeah and not, not simply, uh, sacks of meat to be controlled.

    JC: Yeah, to your own particular finishes.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: So mental cases show up all through history, all through writing. Um, you said the Bible, in this way, um, Kane is broadly alluded to as an early mental case.

    CB: The principal mental case. [Chuckles]

    JC: Maybe so. At any rate in the, in the Judeo-Christian convention, isn't that so?

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: But in the event that we, on the off chance that we quick forward to eighteenth century France, similar to, the beginnings, the advanced beginnings of our Western, in any event, origination of maniacs, were found in the hands of a French doctor named Phillipe Pinel.

    CB: Yeah. He was, uh, one of the main… Professional, restorative experts to discuss this. Also, he alluded to them as maniaque sans delire.

    JC: Nice!

    CB: Uh, craziness without wooziness.

    JC: Right.

    CB: Um, they've passed by different names from that point forward, uh, and depictions from moral confusion, moral craziness, normal franticness.

    JC: Right. What's more, that really depicts, similar to, a sort of craziness where you're, as, ethically and even perhaps behaviorally disturbed, yet you're not subjectively disabled and your, your feeling of, your touch with the truth is, your grasp on the truth is absolutely typical also.

    CB: Yeah, similar to, sort of the general purpose is, they are strolling among us and, from every angle, they're typically extremely a beguiling sort of "ordinary" appearing people.

    JC: But ruthless.

    CB: [Chuckles] Yeah. Uh, at that point at long last, in 1888, uh, there was a German therapist named JLA Koch and he stated, I have the term, it is psychopastiche, implies enduring soul, and that is the place the real word, at long last, psychopathy was conceived.

    JC: Right. And after that, I think into the 30s or starting in the 30s, sociopathy assumed control and swapped psychopathy for two or three reasons. One, um, from about the 30s to the 70s, there was this thought maniacs ought to be called sociopaths since it was, um, support instead of nature that represented their against social conduct. Um, that it was, say, an awful mother, cool father, or missing father, something to that effect.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: That, that, that was the premise of sociopathic conduct. The other reason that sociopathy turned out to be generally utilized was on the grounds that individuals were getting it mistook for psychosis.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: Psychopathy and psychosis. They're not in any way a similar thing. Psychosis implies, it's an umbrella term for, um, lost a grasp on reality, fancies, fundamentally, correct?

    CB: Right.

    JC: And psychosis can be expedited by any number of things like from dementia, um, to absence of rest, to schizophrenia. So psychosis is where your grasp on the truth is shaky, best case scenario. Maniacs are full, their grasp on the truth is 100%, thoroughly fine. It's simply, once more, it backpedals to this thought it's an ethical disturbance. They have no ethics, they have no compunctions, they have no inner voice in another way that it's typically put.

    CB: Yeah.

    JC: But they're, they're, they're not whimsical by any means; their grasp on the truth is thoroughly fine.

    CB: Yeah, as, in, in a psychopathic cerebrum, there is actually a physical irregularity in the mind.

    JC: Right, right. Furthermore, that is an immense, enormous new advancement as well…

    CB: Oh, definitely.

    JC: Chuck. Furthermore, subsequently, sociopathy is rapidly losing support as a tradable term for psychopathy.

    CB: Yeah, I mean the terms throughout the years have… Were generally tradable. Uh, in 1980, the DSM, which we've discussed a ton, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, um, I think they called it, they stated, "No more sociopathy, how about we call it Antisocial Personality Disorder, ASPD." Um, and, you know, the phrasing is vital on the grounds that you shouldn't simply utilize two extraordinary

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