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Old 30-05-2016, 02:41 PM   #1
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In our “civilized” world basically people are sentenced to mental disease, for thoughtcriminality (thinking is very dangerous!). Where it is difficult to invent physical diseases, it is simple to invent mental disorders.
The way they convince us that the psychiatric drugs really help, is by manipulating “scientific” research: the majority of these studies receive funding from the pharmaceutical industry and do not even bother with a comparison of placebo against the drugs.
In the Rosenhan experiment in 1972 8 mentally sane pseudopatients complained about voices in their head and were admitted to institutions. They behaved “normal” but the only way they could escape from the claws of psychiatry was to admit they were sick and take the medicine (which they dumped in the toilet). They eventually escaped with the remarkable diagnosis “schizophrenia in remission”; one of them was locked up for 52 days.

ADHD - RITALIN
Even the state media confirms that people with AD(H)D do not have problems with concentration when they are not bored, which leads to the conclusion that the children that are sentenced to ADHD do not suffer from a mental disease, but something is wrong with the state education. If children refuse a little too hard to get brainwashed, they “need” psychiatric treatment. In the USA schools are stimulated to sentence kids to AD(H)D by a child find bonus, and additional money for each schoolchild with AD(H)D: http://www.rense.com/general4/addd.htm
In Massachusetts 60% of the orphans and in Texas between 31% and 42% of the foster children are on psychiatric drugs: http://www.texastribune.org/2013/01/...ed-high-doses/
Ritalin is similar to amphetamine, a highly addictive hallucinant. Because kids get hooked, they could even say that Ritalin is beneficial (so they get their drugs). Quitting Ritalin leads to withdrawal effects, which is used as an argument for Ritalin (look what happens without Ritalin!). Nadine Lambert concludes Ritalin leads to drugs addiction: http://www.berkeley.edu/news/berkele...2/ritalin.html
It is well known that using amphetamines leads to extreme and aggressive behaviour; because of Ritalin more people will suffer from attention disorders and hyperactivity. A list of (side) effects of Ritalin – aggression, psychosis, depression, bad results at school, stomach ache, headache, seizures, coma and insomnia: http://www.fda.gov/ohrms/dockets/ac/...ethsummary.pdf
The story of ADHD is that some children (coincidently mostly boys of the lower classes) suffer from a chemical imbalance in their brain (that usually miraculously stops in adulthood), causing concentration problems and makes them hyperactive. They do not diagnose ADHD by measuring this chemical imbalance of the brain, but by studying behaviour. How ridiculous the story really is, becomes apparent when the lack of attention can also lead to exact opposite – really quiet behaviour - ADD (mostly girls). So this attention disorder leads to a whole spectrum of behaviour and psychiatrists can choose at will which (poor) kids are sentenced to AD(H)D. You might know the story that only children with ADHD improve on Ritalin (but others get hyperactive). According to L. Alan Sroufe, professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development, Methylphenidate (Ritalin) was given to radar operators in World War II to help them focus on boring, repetitive tasks (is this an accurate description for school?): http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/29/op...term.html?_r=0
The MTA study compared different kind of treatments, including a large group that got no drugs, for 579 children diagnosed with ADHD according to DSM and ran for years. In the first 14 months the hyperactive behaviour of the children with ADHD notably “improved”, but from 3 years on the group on Ritalin was just as hyperactive as the group without (drugs). After 8 years: 70% of the group didn’t show hyperactive symptoms (independent of treatment), so why did they give them drugs in the first place? After 6 years the group that got no drugs showed less: 1) depressions or anxiety disorders (4.3% compared to more than 16.4%) and 2) psychotic or manic disorders (0.9% compared to more than 2.0%). Another conclusion is that the group with ADHD was less successful than a control group. See Molina et al “The MTA at 8 Years: Prospective Follow-Up of Children Treated for Combined Type ADHD in a Multisite Study” (2009): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...hms-271449.pdf
Over the years some retired psychologists put their reputation on the line by revealing that ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease, for example: Leon Eisenberg (who played a part in inventing ADHD) and Dr. Jerome Kagan (of Harvard University). Here an interview with Kagan: http://www.spiegel.de/international/...-a-847500.html

MANIC/PSYCHOTIC/SCHIZOPHRENIA - ANTIPSYCHOTICS
Giving millions of children Ritalin is like a time bomb leading to a large increase in psychosis related illnesses (according to the DSM these are also caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain ... using drugs of course creates a chemical imbalance), so they need antipsychotics. If your (future) work is the treatment of psychotic patients you should read the scientific reports referenced by Robert Whitaker: http://psychrights.org/Litigation/WhitakerAffidavit.pdf
1) Psychiatry in the “developed” world is worse than (the lack of treatment) in the third world - Leff et al “The international pilot study of schizophrenia: five-year follow-up findings” (1992): http://psychrights.org/research/Dige...icity/who1.pdf
2) Antipsychotics (Haldol, Risperdal (Risperidon) and Zyprexa (Olanzipine)) frustrate the recovery of people with mental problems -Lehtinen et al “Two-year outcome in first-episode psychosis according to an integrated model” (2000):http://psychrights.org/Research/Dige...integrated.pdf
3) Antipsychotics have terrible (side) effects like shrinking of the brain - Gur et al “Subcortical MRI volumes in neuroleptic-naive and treated patients with schizophrenia” (1998): http://psychrights.org/Research/Dige...ubcortical.pdf
4) Because of antipsychotics patients die younger (murder by prescription): Healy et al “Mortality in schizophrenia” (2012): http://psychrights.org/research/Dige...lity(1998).PDF
Some experts describe antipsychotics as a chemical lobotomy.

ECT - ELECTROSHOCKS
Not so long ago I found out that even know psychiatric patients get tortured with ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT). It is known that ECT causes memory loss and confusion, which apperently is the the desired effect.
Here’s the literature review on ECT by Read and Bentall “The effectiveness of electroconvulsive therapy” (2010): http://www.mindfreedom.org/kb/mental...ad-bentall.pdf

INDUCING SCHIZOPHRENIA
A well-known symptom of schizophrenia is hearing voices in your head.
One night in 1984 when I was 10 years old, I woke up because of a voice sounding like a newsreader on television – to my surprise the sound came from within my head. The same 10 sentences of state propaganda (that I was so fortunate to live in a free country, where nobody dies of hunger, I can get a good education etcetera) were repeated over and over again - the next days they were replaced with another 10 sentences of the same garbage (conditioning similar to the Brave new world of Aldous Huxley).
An overview on sending sounds into a brain by radio signals (RF hearing) by Motorola (a manufacturer of cell phones) - Auditory Perception of RF Pulses: http://www.stopthecrime.net/Human%20...on%20FINAL.pdf
The following inventions can be used to send sounds to your brain:
US patent 3647970 (1972): http://www.google.com/patents/US3647970
US patent 4877027 (1989): http://www.google.com/patents/US4877027
US patent 4858612 (1989): http://www.google.com/patents/US4858612
US patent 6052336 (2000): http://www.google.com/patents/US6052336
US Patent 6587729 (2003): http://www.google.com/patents/US6587729
If the victims of these induced voices ask the psychiatry for help, they are sentenced to schizophrenia. If the CIA at the time they start taking antipsychotics stop the radio signal, the person can actually think the drugs are working. The only way to prevent hearing induced sounds, is sufficient noise around you (I’ve heard about people trying aluminum hats which is useless).

PARKINSON & ALZHEIMER – FULL CIRCLE
One of the main effects of antipsychotics is Parkinson, so before you know it, the patients need anti-Parkinson drugs like Akineton (Biperiden). Akineton is an addictive hallucinant leading to dementia (cognitive impairment) making the treatment full circle. Where the madness began by prescribing the addictive hallucinant Ritalin, the madness ends (or continues) with addictive hallucinants for Parkinson.
In a recent study by Loyola Medicine and Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine in the journal Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics they concluded that anti-Parkinson agents in more than 1 out of 7 cases leads to impulse disorders, like gambling, compulsive buying and sex addiction: https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0405161348.htm
Here's an example of the terrible effects of Akineton – addiction, not being able to perform the simplest tasks and dementia - Espi Martinez et al “Biperiden Dependence: Case Report and Literature Review” (2012): http://downloads.hindawi.com/journal...012/949256.pdf
All of these drugs affect the short term memory (cognitive impairment), so the victims of psychiatry get Alzheimer’s disease. Now the rich (psychiatrists) say mental diseases are hereditary and the lower classes are inferior because they suffer more from psychiatry.

EXAMPLES
In January 2008 they locked me up in a psychiatric hospital, where 1 of the political prisoners clearly stood out for being more sane than the people walking in the street. He used to be director of Amnesty International Nederland and told me they locked him up (with his consent) so he could investigate how patients in psychiatric hospitals are treated; of course the psychiatrist didn’t believe him and he had a hard time escaping. After only two weeks he already deteriorated.
In 1943 Ezra Pound was sentenced for treason for his support of fascism in the 1930’s and 1940’s while living in fascist Italy. Instead of standing trial, he was declared insane and locked up in St Elizabeth’s hospital from 1945 until 1958. Pound was called a terrible traitor to the USA (“worse than Hitler” according to Arthur Miller), fascist, anti-Semite and insane (he wanted the usurping banks stopped). Judge two of his papers for yourself: http://vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres8/PoundCausesofWar.pdf
Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway, a protégé of Ezra Pound, committed suicide in 1961 because they tortured him with ECT.
Another terrible example is Garth Daniels: http://www.madinamerica.com/2016/05/...garth_daniels/

From my experiences with 10 psychiatrist I conclude they are: Pathological liars, Sadists that know they are not helping their patients/victims and abusers of patients/victims in sick experiments for their own personal benefit. I illustrate this with a quote from the Mancurian candidate of Marks about psychiatrist Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron that tortured his victims so terribly he created human plants: http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/lsd/marks8.htm
Cameron's passion lay in the more "objective" forms of therapy, with which he could more easily and swiftly bring about improvements in patients than with the notoriously slow Freudian methods. An impatient man, he dreamed of finding a cure for schizophrenia. No one could tell him he was not on the right track. Cameron's supporter at the Rockefeller Foundation, Robert Morrison, recorded in his private papers that he found the psychiatrist tense and ill-at-ease, and Morrison ventured that this may account for "his lack of interest and effectiveness in psychotherapy and failure to establish warm personal relations with faculty members, both of which were mentioned repeatedly when I visited Montreal." Another Rockefeller observer noted that Cameron "appears to suffer from deep insecurity and has a need for power which he nourishes by maintaining an extraordinary aloofness from his associates."
When Lauren G.'s husband delivered her to Cameron, the psychiatrist told him she would receive some electroshock, a standard treatment at the time. Besides that, states her husband, "Cameron was not very communicative, but I didn't think she was getting anything out of the ordinary." The husband had no way of knowing that Cameron would use an unproved experimental technique on his wife—much less that the psychiatrist intended to "depattern" her. Nor did he realize that the CIA was supporting this work with about $19,000 a year in secret funds.[2]
Cameron defined "depatterning" as breaking up existing patterns of behavior, both the normal and the schizophrenic, by means of particularly intensive electroshocks, usually combined with prolonged, drug-induced sleep. Here was a psychiatrist willing—indeed, eager—to wipe the human mind totally clean. Back in 1951, ARTICHOKE's Morse Allen had likened the process to "creation of a vegetable." Cameron justified this tabula rasa approach because he had a theory of "differential amnesia," for which he provided no statistical evidence when he published it. He postulated that after he produced "complete amnesia" in a subject, the person would eventually recover memory of his normal but not his schizophrenic behavior. Thus, Cameron claimed he could generate "differential amnesia." Creating such a state in which a man who knew too much could be made to forget had long been a prime objective of the ARTICHOKE and MKULTRA programs.

Here’s a story on Cameron: http://visupview.blogspot.nl/2013/06...d-to-stop.html

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Old 30-05-2016, 02:45 PM   #2
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Cut and Paste was it?
If not it must have taken you ages.
Thing is though, sometimes; people who are mentally ill and don't want to be, are helped to get better by professional psychiatric treatment.
Possibly more so than ever are harmed by it.

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Old 30-05-2016, 06:21 PM   #3
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From his own previous account, St. Jimmy is one of those people who have been harmed by his treatment. Without knowing what the ratio of those harmed by Psychiatric treatment is to those who have been helped by it, the fact remains that very many people have been harmed. Anti-psychotic medication can have very nasty side effects, as can some anti-depressants.

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I've seen a lot of psychiatric patients that were harmed by their treatment and none of them (thus 0%) has any beneficial effects from psychiatric drugs or ECT. There are no "side effects" of psychiatric drugs, these effects are THE effect.

Also interesting are lobotomies (not performed on mental patients anymore), but have returned under a new name, lobectomy, which is only used to treat epilepsy (and other seizure disorders). Here’s a good story on the history (and present practice) of lobotomies: http://www.wired.com/2011/03/lobotomy-history/
The Nobel Prize committee once again surprises me (I already discovered that mass murderers have a high chance of winning the Nobel Prize for peace): in 1949 they awarded António Egas Moniz for perfecting the art of lobotomies (surgery to remove part of the brain).
According to Wikipedia lobotomies were especially popular in Scandinavian countries. Of course Sweden, Norway and Denmark are kingdoms (while I’m surviving in the Kingdom of the Netherlands), but I wouldn’t dare to claim that dictators torture political prisoners under the guise of mental health care:
In the United States, approximately 40,000 people were lobotomized. In Great Britain[clarification needed], 17,000 lobotomies were performed, and the three Nordic countries of Finland, Norway, and Sweden had a combined figure of approximately 9,300 lobotomies.[132] Scandinavian hospitals lobotomized 2.5 times as many people per capita as hospitals in the US.[133] Sweden lobotomized at least 4,500 people between 1944 and 1966, mainly women. This figure includes young children.[134] In Norway, there were 2,500 known lobotomies.[135] In Denmark, there were 4,500 known lobotomies, mainly young women, as well as mentally retarded children.[136] In Japan, the majority of lobotomies were performed on children with behavior problems. The Soviet Union banned the practice in 1950 on moral grounds, and Japan and Germany soon followed suit. By the late 1970s, the practice of lobotomy had generally ceased.

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From his own previous account, St. Jimmy is one of those people who have been harmed by his treatment. Without knowing what the ratio of those harmed by Psychiatric treatment is to those who have been helped by it, the fact remains that very many people have been harmed. Anti-psychotic medication can have very nasty side effects, as can some anti-depressants.
Absolutely Aster, the effects of Physcotropic drugs on people is truly shocking to observe. If you ever watch documentaries in these residential type places for seriously ill folks, what strikes me is the feeling that as unwell as these folks may have been prior to 'treatment' they were not as sick as when they were not drugged up to the eyeballs.

Sure, some cases it may not be so, or, it might be truly dangerous to not have themm heavily tranquillised, but by a distance my take is that they totally destroy the mind.

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Psychotropics have come a long way since those old 'liquid cosh' days when acres of patients held in asylums were kept compliant by Largactyl syrup tds.

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Psychotropics have come a long way since those old 'liquid cosh' days when acres of patients held in asylums were kept compliant by Largactyl syrup tds.
What eaxctly is Largactyl syrup tds ?

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What eaxctly is Largactyl syrup tds ?


30mls of Amitryptiline three times a day in a liquid-syrup form
Amitrip ( Largactyl) was a powerful psychotropic used extensiveley in UK Psychiatric Hospitals.
It made for peaceful day and nightshifts for the nursing staff apart from at full moon time.
Those could be rowdy - drugs or no drugs.
Times have changed for the better nowadays.
Asylums have more or less gone for one thing. Also better drugs and treatments are available so that far more mentally ill patients can now be nursed out in the community rather than them being locked up.
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30mls of Amitryptiline three times a day in a liquid-syrup form
Amitrip ( Largactyl) was a powerful psychotropic used extensiveley in UK Psychiatric Hospitals.
It made for peaceful day and nightshifts for the nursing staff apart from at full moon time.
Those could be rowdy - drugs or no drugs.
Times have changed for the better nowadays.
Asylums have more or less gone for one thing. Also better drugs and treatments are available so that far more mentally ill patients can now be nursed out in the community rather than them being locked up.
Interesting I assumed Amitrip was fairly benign certainly people I know who have taken it say so. I am guessing this syrup was way more potent ?
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30mls of Amitryptiline three times a day in a liquid-syrup form
Amitrip ( Largactyl) was a powerful psychotropic used extensiveley in UK Psychiatric Hospitals.
It made for peaceful day and nightshifts for the nursing staff apart from at full moon time.
Those could be rowdy - drugs or no drugs.
Times have changed for the better nowadays.
Asylums have more or less gone for one thing. Also better drugs and treatments are available so that far more mentally ill patients can now be nursed out in the community rather than them being locked up.
I'm curious GMP, you say you go to a spiritualist church which I assume means a belief in ghosts, and you recommended the british dowsing association earlier, yet anyone who suffers demonic stuff or targeted individual stuff you say they are hallucinating and should see a shrink. I don't mean to give you the 3rd degree, but I do find it a tad confusing, contradictory.
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Psychotropics have come a long way since those old 'liquid cosh' days when acres of patients held in asylums were kept compliant by Largactyl syrup tds.
It's still widely prescribed, seems to be the drug that covers quite a scope of mental health problems, every nursing home I worked in prescribed it.

It's an evil drug imo. I guinea pigged myself one day when I was a young foolish girl, took 20mgs of it and was totally zombified by it. Of course one could argue that I shouldn't have taken it but I just wanted to try it to give me an indication of it's affect, as I was thinking of training to be a psyc nurse.

Not pleasant and should be discontinued, imo.

One particuarly nasty toxic side effects of the phenothiazone is Parkinsonism (see Parkinson's disease) is a well-known side effect. Some patients experience severe reduction of motor activity, abnormal skin pigmentation, and visual impairment. Chlorpromazine therapy is associated with jaundice. Because many phenothiazines are potent anti-emetics, i.e., they control vomiting, they may mask symptoms of toxic drug overdosage or of pathological disorders such as brain tumors. Phenothiazines also cause a disorder called tardive dyskinesia, which consists of bizarre muscular movements such as lip smacking and abnormal postures. It occurs in patients who have been given the drug for long periods of time.


I seen the results of this prescribed poison, people who could barely keep their tongues in their mouth and were so mashed up they were almost unreachble.

There was one old lady who'd reached her 100th birthday, god love her, she got her letter from old lizzie and the owner of the nursing home didn't even know if she was able to walk through to the dining area to have a party of sorts with her relatives.

Usually when someone hits 100 there's a big bit in the local rag about it as she'd recieved a letter from some old bint or other, however this wee lady was so fucked up by long term use of Largactil it would have been insentitive to photograph her.

Bless her soul, I often think about her and others who have been subjected to major drug pushing.

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mental health problems come from ANXIETY

Anxiety is felt by many people because the system is sick

Instead of admitting the system is sick the system controllers blame YOU for your anxiety and drug you to shut you up

The entire point of psychiatry is to pacify the population and shoehorn them into living in a sick society

THAT is the big secret about psychiatry.....it is about blaming YOU instead of the system; it's all about CONTROL
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It's still widely prescribed, seems to be the drug that covers quite a scope of mental health problems, every nursing home I worked in prescribed it.

It's an evil drug imo. I guinea pigged myself one day when I was a young foolish girl, took 20mgs of it and was totally zombified by it. Of course one could argue that I shouldn't have taken it but I just wanted to try it to give me an indication of it's affect, as I was thinking of training to be a psyc nurse.

Not pleasant and should be discontinued, imo.

One particuarly nasty toxic side effects of the phenothiazone is Parkinsonism (see Parkinson's disease) is a well-known side effect. Some patients experience severe reduction of motor activity, abnormal skin pigmentation, and visual impairment. Chlorpromazine therapy is associated with jaundice. Because many phenothiazines are potent anti-emetics, i.e., they control vomiting, they may mask symptoms of toxic drug overdosage or of pathological disorders such as brain tumors. Phenothiazines also cause a disorder called tardive dyskinesia, which consists of bizarre muscular movements such as lip smacking and abnormal postures. It occurs in patients who have been given the drug for long periods of time.


I seen the results of this prescribed poison, people who could barely keep their tongues in their mouth and were so mashed up they were almost unreachble.

There was one old lady who'd reached her 100th birthday, god love her, she got her letter from old lizzie and the owner of the nursing home didn't even know if she was able to walk through to the dining area to have a party of sorts with her relatives.

Usually when someone hits 100 there's a big bit in the local rag about it as she'd recieved a letter from some old bint or other, however this wee lady was so fucked up by long term use of Largactil it would have been insentitive to photograph her.

Bless her soul, I often think about her and others who have been subjected to major drug pushing.
To a degree society is at fault here with elderly people. I know most people have to earn a living, but some of those who don't are too quick to book their nearest and dearest into a "care home" when the going gets tough.

The same is not the case in countries like Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece etc. It's normal for the family to look after their elderly parents at home, or pay friends to help out, instead of in being left with strangers in a residential home.
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To a degree society is at fault here with elderly people. I know most people have to earn a living, but some of those who don't are too quick to book their nearest and dearest into a "care home" when the going gets tough.

The same is not the case in countries like Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece etc. It's normal for the family to look after their elderly parents at home, or pay friends to help out, instead of in being left with strangers in a residential home.
yeah but they get mommas spaghetti bolognese!

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yeah but they get mommas spaghetti bolognese!

bellissimo!
with dolmio sauce?
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To a degree society is at fault here with elderly people. I know most people have to earn a living, but some of those who don't are too quick to book their nearest and dearest into a "care home" when the going gets tough.

The same is not the case in countries like Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece etc. It's normal for the family to look after their elderly parents at home, or pay friends to help out, instead of in being left with strangers in a residential home.
It happens in Scotland as well, my grannie was looked after at home to the end of her time,although i say the reverse was true she looked after us

I'm not condemning folk who have elderly 'retired' into homes as such but I think they should have access to their family members medical records and then be in a position to question whether heavy duty drugs like largatical are applicable.
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that's it...you're going in the old folks home
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Old 31-05-2016, 05:53 PM   #19
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that's it...you're going in the old folks home
Ok, as long as I'm a resident and you are the carer
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Old 31-05-2016, 06:42 PM   #20
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Ok, as long as I'm a resident and you are the carer
ok as long as youre happy eating dolmio every night
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