Alcohol Induced Psychosis

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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#161  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 04, 2018 11:21 pm

Fair play JP; we're in this sticky situation together eh?
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Re: Notifications

#162  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 05, 2018 12:49 am

I'll look an irrevocable drama queen fool unless BB is reprimanded for what he said or I leave never to return / OT
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#163  Postby SafeAsMilk » Mar 05, 2018 1:00 am

Posting this complaint in a completely unrelated thread is also very foolish and drama queen-esque, so it'll be difficult to avoid that charge even if he is reprimanded. But since BB didn't do anything in that thread to deserve a reprimand (unlike yourself), I guess we know what that means. Bon voyage! :wave:
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Re: Notifications

#164  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 05, 2018 1:01 am

I said / OT
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Re: Notifications

#165  Postby SafeAsMilk » Mar 05, 2018 1:04 am

Keep It Real wrote:I said / OT

If a person punches themselves in the face, then acknowledges they shouldn't have punched themselves in the face, that doesn't change the fact that they punched themselves in the face.
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#166  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 05, 2018 1:05 am

Keep It Real wrote:I said / OT
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#167  Postby SafeAsMilk » Mar 05, 2018 1:07 am

Again, doesn't change the fact that your post was foolish and drama queen-esque.
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#168  Postby scott1328 » Mar 05, 2018 1:27 am

I am confused. Is KiR’s promise to flounce meant to inspire the moderators to speedy action, or to a measured and considered response?
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#169  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 05, 2018 1:34 am

I'll stick around logged in for a couple of days at least in any case scott.
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#170  Postby Fallible » Mar 05, 2018 7:22 am

:roll:
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#171  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 05, 2018 9:17 am

Yeah. Well I was very drunk but reading things back BB did basically call me a whinging coward so I stand by my decision to "flounce" if nothing's done about it.
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#172  Postby Fallible » Mar 05, 2018 10:16 am

No he didn't, and you know it. You've been regularly more abusive than Bart ever has, and no one's stamping their feet.
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#173  Postby John Platko » Mar 05, 2018 1:21 pm

Keep It Real wrote:Fair play JP; we're in this sticky situation together eh?


I have concluded it is beyone my ability and expertise to sus out. In my family situation, we must ultimately rely on a team of experts - medical, psychological, and now most unfortunately, legal.

But that doesn't stop me from speculating a bit, and doing sanity checks on what the experts say and recommend. Alchol seemed to drive things to the point where the consequences became obviously life changing, but the underlying mental illness was there when alchol wasn't present to varying degrees. And since there's evidence of this from young age, the alchol isn't likely to have been what got the ball rolling. Also, just because there weren't obvious life changing events going on at various times doesn't mean there weren't life changing events going on - I now know there were.
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#174  Postby SafeAsMilk » Mar 05, 2018 2:05 pm

Keep It Real wrote:Yeah. Well I was very drunk but reading things back BB did basically call me a whinging coward so I stand by my decision to "flounce" if nothing's done about it.

Good for you, coming to a conclusion that is contrary to reality in order to excuse your embarrassing posts. Is it 3 pm GMT yet? Oh the anticipation, the dramatic tension! Will You keep your word for once and actually flounce, or will your resolve deflate like a badly made soufflé? :popcorn:
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#175  Postby surreptitious57 » Mar 05, 2018 2:21 pm

Keep It Real wrote:
Well I was very drunk but reading things back BB did basically call me a whinging coward

Well I am very sober and he basically never called you anything at all as that is against the FUA

He did however use the words hard luck and sob story but that was describing your situation and not you personally
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#176  Postby SafeAsMilk » Mar 05, 2018 4:12 pm

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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#177  Postby Keep It Real » Mar 08, 2018 3:50 pm

Buying one of these ASAP John. Once a four-pack is bought all the cash and cards are getting locked away 'til morning. Perhaps you could treat your relative to one? Oh lord deliver us from temptation....actually no fuck that I think I'll go with hardware technology...https://www.thekitchensafe.com/
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Re: Alcohol Induced Psychosis

#178  Postby surreptitious57 » Mar 08, 2018 5:14 pm

The problem is with the alcohol so you buying four cans and only locking the cash and cards up is no good
Because you need to put the cans in there as well or better still not bother buying them in the first place

Your off licence is not supposed to be selling you alcohol anyway so he has not got much willpower either unless you
are buying them from somewhere else. You seem to have a rather short memory. Remember the statement that you
prepared for court about accepting responsibility for your actions and yet here you are doing the complete opposite
You have absolutely no willpower at all and sadly will never overcome your reliance on alcohol till you acquire some
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I did violence to somebody

#179  Postby Keep It Real » Apr 11, 2018 7:49 am

This is an unusual thread about an unusual event - such a very strange event that I just have to put it out there - so here it is. Some of you may have noticed the photo I posted of my friend with her drip hanging from a tree. The reason she was in A&E is that she went into shock and her internal sutures following her recent surgery (which he was fully aware of) were torn because her fully grown male neighour had assaulted her; grabbing her by the neck and bending her back over the 1st floor balcony railings - she thought he was actually going to push her over. Just after the assault on her happened she called me in floods of tears, saying she was afraid for her life. I of course immediately went round and instructed her to call the police. 2 days later the police concluded their investigations and guess what....ready? Insufficient evidence. No punative action against this alleged human being who assaulted her to be taken by 5 oh. This didn't surprise me much but...well. 5 days after A&E he was banging on her ceiling (his floor) because he "felt" we were making too much noise. She said circa "go up and knock on his door." I said circa "you really want me to do violence on him?" - those two sentences were repeated a few times and then I went up and knocked on his door - a lot - hard. Eventually he answered with a saucepan in his hand. He didn't stand a chance. Fortuitously (imo) my assault on him got downgraded to ABH. Thoughts?
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Re: I did violence to somebody

#180  Postby Cito di Pense » Apr 11, 2018 9:27 am

Keep It Real wrote:This is an unusual thread about an unusual event - such a very strange event that I just have to put it out there - so here it is. Some of you may have noticed the photo I posted of my friend with her drip hanging from a tree. The reason she was in A&E is that she went into shock and her internal sutures following her recent surgery (which he was fully aware of) were torn because her fully grown male neighour had assaulted her; grabbing her by the neck and bending her back over the 1st floor balcony railings - she thought he was actually going to push her over. Just after the assault on her happened she called me in floods of tears, saying she was afraid for her life. I of course immediately went round and instructed her to call the police. 2 days later the police concluded their investigations and guess what....ready? Insufficient evidence. No punative action against this alleged human being who assaulted her to be taken by 5 oh. This didn't surprise me much but...well. 5 days after A&E he was banging on her ceiling (his floor) because he "felt" we were making too much noise. She said circa "go up and knock on his door." I said circa "you really want me to do violence on him?" - those two sentences were repeated a few times and then I went up and knocked on his door - a lot - hard. Eventually he answered with a saucepan in his hand. He didn't stand a chance. Fortuitously (imo) my assault on him got downgraded to ABH. Thoughts?


You apparently live in a precinct where violence is not uncommon, at least according to the frequent narratives.

You attacked somebody else, and the po-po had enough evidence/witnesses to charge you. Good going for standing up to a saucepan. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. It was for a good cause, so pay your penalty and move on. As Ronnie Cammareri said, I ain't no monument to frickin' justice.
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