From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Goodbye, Dear Boy
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 08:47:13 +1100
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"John Fields" wrote in message
> On Sat, 18 Jan 2003 06:20:04 GMT, Roy McCammon
> >Phil Allison wrote:
> >> I _have_ gone through a battery of psychological testing, and although
> >> first series of tests yielded negative results and indicated I had a
> >> low potential, my resistance to the testing was high at that time.
> >> then I have taken some counseling, and once I realized I was charged
> >> the responsibility for my own well-being, underwent a parallel series
> >> tests, with the current results being very positive.
> >> -------
> >> ** What do you make of it ?
> >above average verbal ability
> Thanks, Roy. :-)
> It was a word association test for Phil and it went, as expected,
> completely over his head.
** Pathetic lie from Mr Fields.
> Had he noticed 'battery', 'series', 'negative', 'potential',
> 'resistance', 'charged', 'parallel series', 'current', 'positive',
> in a post which had nothing to do with electricity I suspect he
> would have replied with at least some sort of acknowledgement in a
> like manner, but no, just a claim that I'm nuts. Funny, _he_
> doesn't have enough wit to even begin to see what I'm writing about,
> so _I'm_ nuts.
** More pathetic lies.
> Now that I've spilled the beans I suspect he'll come back and say
> that of course he knew what I was up to _instantly_ or some other
> such garbage, but that he didn't think a reply was warranted, blah,
> blah blah... Miserable pretentious lying cocksucker.
** You have a mental illness - as well as autism - don't you Mr Fields.