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  1. Try rereading this sentence and see if it makes any sense to you. It doesnt to me. I have not "taken any issue" with anyone, not sure what "taking an issue" even means. My opinion about this is that you were still trying to justify your codependent views. With this sentence you were coming from a codependent viewpoint and arriving at a braindead and meaningless sentence because you dont have anything to say. There is no way you can even try to justify codependency. Its just empty. I have never justified my lectures because I dont feel I need to justify my lectures. I can just come right in here and give them exactly as I please, which is what I am doing because I can give - you dont have to read. How do you justify reading them and becoming upset even though you didnt have to read any of them? Protip: You only need to justify anything if you are being codependent. In other words, you dont have to justify that either. Your codependent glasses. Justifying anything is a thoroughly codependent thing regardless of context because somebody always came up with that justice in some way or another and justifiyng means you are being codependent with him.
  2. This hurt me in my science gland. Science is a study of the material world and therefore can only teach base information, not how to use that information. We need to use our spirits to find that out and if you use science for that, you will be mistaken. Those 4 are all fundamentally the same thing, especially in the context of this topic. Science has nothing to do with it at all. Science as such does not exist in the world of poe because the world of poe does not materially exist.
  3. I've been thinking this ever since Sheikh started. I don't think he's a troll though, just someone with different and strong viewpoints . Still, I do wonder whether he's not a little bit codependent on his fellow debaters. And we wouldn't want to that now, would we? Explain how and we will see because I dont see how at the moment. I dont have to/need to come and debate here and I know that and neither do you have to respond to me at all on this forum and I know that also and I dont expect you to, I dont care if you dont because if I did, that would be passively forcing you to. Thats what all codependency is - passively forcing, and I am a very big fan of personal freedom and individuality and the libertarian ideology so I wouldnt want to do that at all. Matter of fact you have people like Osvir who are so into me that they get real angry at me through PM, say they are done, quit responding and say they have ignored me and then continue to both respond to my posts later on and send me new PMs. Fascinating. He is codependent though, I think. But he is also from the extremely socialist sweden where the government does some hardcore brainwashing. Government as such always by definition has a codependent relationship with its people and thats why we need to cut all government down with a battleaxe. Since its inherently codependent, everyone will be weakened and nothing will ever work out in the end. You see if you are all so into me, I dont even need to worry about people not responding to me or otherwise ignoring me. So there isnt even any need for codependency. I dont need to prove myself to "survive". The weak ones tend to, but they just dont realize that just because they are weak does not mean codependency is useful to them. They just tend to not know as well so they are tempted to enter that trap. Thats what I am here to just help you realize, if you want to accept my advice.
  4. Then we're not worried about Obsidian, either. Po-tay-toh, po-tah-toh. Yeah you are because i can explain why I am debating your worries but you can not explain why you care about obsidians finances (the only explanations you have had are codependent ones).
  5. It doesnt describe much at the genetic level, but it does describe some.
  6. You sure are worried about our worries, Skeikh. Does this mean you're addicted to us? No because I am not worried about your worries. I am here to learn how the 99% operate, which is all of you that have argued with me about codependency. If you were part of the 1% that can think, you would never argue with me, just discuss. I want to argue with you to find out how you guys work.
  7. Thats better and more functional. Now try to express why YOU give a **** as to why obsidian gets suitably financially rewarded and driven to give you a sequel and we might be getting somewhere. In other words, express what you mean as your views - which is what they really are - not as some general truths - which any humans thoughts never are.
  8. No you are not. You could buy them from somewhere else, catch your own fish, whatever. Hey, that's true! Why, just the other day, I found myself heading to the store to buy some Aspirin because, well I had a headache. But then I thought to myself...why am I addicted to the pharmacy? So I turned my car around (we'll discuss that in a minute!), went back home, to my kitchen, and proceeded to cook up my own aspirin. Anyway, To make a long story short, after my entire apartment complex exploded, I decided that next time I'll just give in to my addiction and make use of the pharmacy, like a normal person. Of course, there's still the matter of my car...and my addiction to it. I NEED it. To get to places. Yes, yes, I suppose I could walk the 8 miles every day to and from work...in the rain and really cold temperatures here in the St. Louis suburbs. But again, I think I'll just (shamefully?) accept my codependent nature, like a normal person. I'm pretty sure I'll be all right. Freak. You could just buy the aspirin from the pharmacy without thinking of the pharmacy as your only possible source of aspirin or worse, your only possible solution to a headache. That is doing it without an addictive mindset and when you do it so, you are not addicted to your pharmacy or to aspirin. I dont recommend it though, taking aspirin for a headache is like taking cocaine for depression. Theres no fundamental difference. Both ruin your health and vitality at the benefit of temporary symptom relief - they are an escape, not a solution.
  9. They are dependent. This is not an addiction. They are not codependent. This is an addiction.
  10. No you are not. You could buy them from somewhere else, catch your own fish, whatever. With the local supermarket in reality your relationship is like this: They can sell you, you dont have to buy. They dont have to sell you, you cant buy if they dont. That last part is why its not an addiction in reality. The reality is nobody has to do anything for you. If they do, its purely from their free will. Addiction involves alot of nonfreewill. So the reality is one thing and it is not codependent. The supermarket does not have to enable you to be dependent upon them for food and you dont have to be dependent on them for food. Even if there was no other source of food available in teh world than that supermarket (there is), you could still say no to their offer and just starve to death. That is possible, which means there is in reality no codependency. You dont eve have to be able to survive. When you want to desperately grasp this thought that you, for some reason, absolutely have to survive, thats where all the codependency starts. Its simply ignoring the fact that you could die so as to feel more secure and comfortable and thats exactly what codependency does - it creates an illusin of goodness. Ignorance = bliss = codependency. If you want to continue being ignorant, so be it. Just remember that any codependent thinking involves ignorance and a delusion of good without any actual good. So you can be delusional that worrying about Obsidians financial security means they will eventually be able to make more and better games, but thats false. Thats your delusion that it achieves it, in reality it doesnt achieve anything. The only thing it achieves is that you become addicted to Obsidians games. Similar to when a crack addict at some point has to give up their addiction it is tremendously difficult because they have been severely weakend by their addiction to it, you too, in a lesser sense will be weakened by your addiction to Obsidians games. And any codependency weaknes you in the exact same way. If thats the way you want to think and you want to become weakened by things you like, so be it. But its purely your choice.
  11. I did. Its an addiction. The moment you start worrying about obsidians anything (financial well being, for example), the moment you become addicted to obsidian. But you can still enjoy everything obsidian does anyway without being addicted to it. Addiction is just a delusional way to think of something, it doesnt do you any good.
  12. Nor do they exist in the real world outside delusion. Death of the real world as well.
  13. And why You cant explain that without devolving into coedependency
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