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The danger of having too many cooks.

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    It can spoil the broth. Now you should ask yourself. What is turncoat doing that inq cant? As far as I can tell luna is only keeping him mod as a courtesy. When your old guard dog goes deaf and blind you get a new young one. You can keep the old boy around for a little longer. Its cruel to let him suffer though. Put down our old trusty guardian. Give the new young dog room to work. 

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    More and more I see turn coat posting about his failing ability to keep a grasp on reality. Honestly the honorable thing to do would be to reign. At least for a little while. Lets do this SC democracy style. Who thinks turn coat should step down?  

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    This is a big decision.

     

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    turncoat is like the blonde secretary, her job isn't to do secretary stuff.

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    I cant tell is you are watching in apathy as I childishly attempt to get your attention or you are watching in frozen horror as you are being over thrown. 

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    You don't trust your own grip...and chase down various paths looking for stability. 

     

    Consistency through the collective "other" is what I have to work with. I try to use others experiences as verification for my own understanding of things, or to open my mind to ways I don't normally factor. If it's more than just a "me" thing, then it's more real, but if I think it without any basis of surrounding then it could be complete nonsense, so reference spectrum is my everything. I had to spend some time figuring out that my normal wasn't normal through watching other people have different patterns and tendencies, and then collected an average to try to figure out what this "normal" was. Through that I also learned the extremes of other directions and learned what normal wasn't through them. 

    Stability is needed, as my autopilots are a bit less predictable than I'd like otherwise. The world only makes as much sense to me as other people make it out to be, as my default is otherwise pretty foggy. If I didn't have them to read as a baseline, it could be anything really. During the worst of it I kinda forget that though...

    -turncoat 

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    So what I gather from this is that turncoat is going through a kind of struggle for reality. Much of what he is saying is garbled, he speaks a language of his own. As is common with border line schizophrenics. trust me my mother was one. When they go through stress they often struggle to figure out what is normal. Most people dont spend any time trying to know where or not their "autopilots" are functioning. That is kinda the point of a "autopilot".I think for turn coats sake as well as the fourms we should all kindly and respecfully, he has done a lot for us, ask him to step down. 

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    pateu stated:

    turncoat is like the blonde secretary, her job isn't to do secretary stuff.

    Yes but what is turn coats job? 

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    eye candy and to help the boys forget job stress

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    pateu stated:

    eye candy and to help the boys forget job stress

    I would agree turn coat is not really doing anything here. He is just fun to look at.

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    She does clean things up, just not the forum.

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    Come on turn coat you have nothing to say for yourself? The Morpheus would defend his postion of power. Can you not?

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    pateu stated:

    She does clean things up, just not the forum.

    What a good girl.

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    yep, so well trained, it helps that she loves it too

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    A picture of turn coat found. 

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    this is more like her

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