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If you could take back your program experience, would you?
« on: March 10, 2007, 04:36:21 AM »
I think that even negative experiences can make you stronger, and you can benefit from them. Unless a group of people comes along who profits from the victimization industry and holds you down in the muck, or wants to use your victimhood to further their politic goals by perpetuating and exaggerating your stories. Repressed memories and all that bullshit, ya know.
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2007, 04:53:37 AM »
no i wouldnt take it back becaue i had a pretty good time while at some programs. it was my own chioces and misbehavior that got me there. yeah there was a couple kids whos parents sent them for no reason but most of us were assholes or whatever and deserved it or worse than what we got. i count my blessings i ended up in a place that fed and clothed me everyday when i could have been born in a third world country. we are a bunch  of spoiled brats and over privileged kids from mostly fairly well off families bitching about being kept against our will. most kids would give their right arm for a family that cares about them that much and to be sent to a place that provides safe shetler and food. for y our own good realize that what happened to you wass a good thing and only done to help you. if your parents did not care they would have just let you kill yourself at home with drugs and partying. at least your parents cared enough to try something even if it wasnt the perfect option at least they tried. this forum spends its time trying to convince kids that they are brainwashed if they hold any positive emotions toward a program and tell parents programs are equivilent to nazi death camps and shit like that. enjoy the view from inside the burning house known as fornits... maybe you just dont see the flames yet.
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« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2007, 05:01:12 AM »
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« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2007, 05:04:08 AM »
Slicer is at a lost for words... it's okay, it happens to the best of us.
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« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2007, 05:17:11 AM »
Got enough wind-up toys on this board? Someone's been twisting a key in someone's backside. For Slice to pay attention to you, you have to be more real than I am.

What a retarded topic. What the fuck do you think? Why not ask someone who was in for only a few days before a place got shut down (pick ANY place outside of a full-service cruise ship), if he would have rather stayed there? HUH LEMME THINK HERE, HMMMM.
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« Reply #5 on: March 10, 2007, 05:19:53 AM »
Quote from: ""Luke Stephens""
you have to be more real than I am.



 :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:

 :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:

you are such a loser, you crack me the fuck up!!
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Re: If you could take back your program experience, would yo
« Reply #6 on: March 10, 2007, 05:32:49 AM »
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I think that even negative experiences can make you stronger, and you can benefit from them. Unless a group of people comes along who profits from the victimization industry and holds you down in the muck, or wants to use your victimhood to further their politic goals by perpetuating and exaggerating your stories. Repressed memories and all that bullshit, ya know.


YOURE TOTALLY RIGHT! My sister commited suicide after leaving Cedu!..she was like 14 when she did it! SUPER COOL!  Im definitely benifiting from it!. Afterall, it is all about ME, and when I can personally can leach some profit from suffering wether its mine or others with me I certainly ignore their pain and focus only on what I can get out of it! Thats what empathic heroes do! Go you!

My grandmother survived the holocaust, 3 members of her family did not..but she did learn..umm...something Im sure . SO Im sure she wouldn't take back the holocaust if she could .


This pretend ex programee is too ridiculous. Im moving on... And in true programee fashion bringing up some story thats suposedly Milks and saying how poorly writen..both juvenile and sadistic at the same time. Trying for that "humiliation" thing you guys love. You are what you are at all times..relaly cant help yourself
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« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2007, 05:35:50 AM »
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I think that even negative experiences can make you stronger, and you can benefit from them. Unless a group of people comes along who profits from the victimization industry and holds you down in the muck, or wants to use your victimhood to further their politic goals by perpetuating and exaggerating your stories. Repressed memories and all that bullshit, ya know.

YOURE TOTALLY RIGHT! My sister commited suicide after leaving Cedu!..she was like 14 when she did it! SUPER COOL!  Im definitely benifiting from it!. Afterall, it is all about ME, and when I can personally can leach some profit from suffering wether its mine or others with me I certainly ignore their pain and focus only on what I can get out of it! Thats what empathic heroes do! Go you!

My grandmother survived the holocaust, 3 members of her family did not..but she did learn..umm...something Im sure . SO Im sure she wouldn't take back the holocaust if she could .


This pretend ex programee is too ridiculous. Im moving on... And in true programee fashion bringing up some story thats suposedly Milks and saying how poorly writen..both juvenile and sadistic at the same time. Trying for that "humiliation" thing you guys love. You are what you are at all times..relaly cant help yourself


Get over it, move on already.
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« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2007, 06:17:59 AM »
Get over what ...my sister commiting suicide? R u for real?
The good thing about you ex staff weirdos is that by simply being your unbeleiveably souless inhumane selves you expose program for what it is..
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« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2007, 08:38:05 AM »
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Get over what ...my sister commiting suicide? R u for real?
The good thing about you ex staff weirdos is that by simply being your unbeleiveably souless inhumane selves you expose program for what it is..


Does one every really get over the grief of losing a family member to suicide? I personally would say no. However, it is well within the reach of a person to learn to cope with the emotions attached to such a powerful and painful event.

I do hope that you have reached that point in your life were you are able to cope with the grief of losing your sister. If you haven't then good luck and don't ever feel that you are alone in this matter. Suicide has been affecting families since Eve popped out Adam, and isn't like to be erased from the human collective anytime soon.

Don't be afraid to seek help. Professional help.. Not Duckfarm help... good honest to god professional help from a tried and true compassionate soul who has been properly trained in their field.
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« Reply #10 on: March 10, 2007, 09:58:39 AM »
People, people, people, this is a puppet we're talking to. Undoubtedly from one of the schools we've been instrumental in exposing and which is now suffering greatly for it. Obviously this poor man is simply bitter and blames us for taking away children that he was looking forward to abusing.

In all fairness we have taken something from him and all his child abusing friends, pretty soon all these places will be shut down, then there won't be any kids for them to abuse at all.


Maybe some of you could show a little sympathy?
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« Reply #11 on: March 10, 2007, 10:45:20 AM »
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People, people, people, this is a puppet we're talking to. Undoubtedly from one of the schools we've been instrumental in exposing and which is now suffering greatly for it. Obviously this poor man is simply bitter and blames us for taking away children that he was looking forward to abusing.

In all fairness we have taken something from him and all his child abusing friends, pretty soon all these places will be shut down, then there won't be any kids for them to abuse at all.


Maybe some of you could show a little sympathy?


You are paranoid aren't you, everyone who disagrees with you MUST be a program person. How sad. Take a break from these forums and trolling TheWho for a while and get a life. Spare the rest of us already.
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« Reply #12 on: March 10, 2007, 10:52:46 AM »
Oh I have a life, a very fufilling one at that. I'd be interested to hear your case in how Ive trolled Cindy though, it appears in your and his deranged mind that proving a person wrong is all it takes to troll them. If thats the case its almost impossible not to troll Cindy, he's almost always wrong.

Oh and its not paranoia, you are in fact a program puppet.
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« Reply #13 on: March 10, 2007, 10:54:14 AM »
Wait for Thewho to wake up, I am sure he will play with you all day. I cant waste my time though, sorry, better things to do and all that.
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« Reply #14 on: March 10, 2007, 11:00:08 AM »
Oh well, have a good'un then.  :wink:
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