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This is funny!

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For those who have seen Silent Hill...what the heck happened? haha, that movie confused me at the end. Did Rose die when that whore stabbed her? And what about Sheran? When did she actually die? Cause I was like ok cool they are alive when they went back home..but then they were like ghosts or something? I know nothing about the game so it's a little confusing to me. And that girl that reminds me of the chic from the Ring...the demon girl I guess..who was she actually?

Yeah I am a little slow I guess..so help me out!

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For all you SCRUBS fans don't forget to vote for Carla and Turk's baby's name!! Go to www.nbc.com

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Took this out of the Psychology community



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man, never thought the day would come when I'd say "too much cheesecake!"

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This is the APA's response to Tom Cruise's controversial interview on NBC's Today show. Copied from http://www.psych.org/news_room/press_releases/05-39APAResponds_TomCruiseTodayShowInterview.pdf

Arlington, Va. - The American Psychiatric Association (APA) released the following statement in
response to Tom Cruise’s anti-psychiatry remarks. While the APA respects the right of individuals to
express their own points of view, science has proven that mental illnesses are real medical conditions that affect millions of Americans.
“It is irresponsible for Mr. Cruise to use his movie publicity tour to promote his own ideological views
and deter people with mental illness from getting the care they need,” said APA President Dr. Steven S.

Over the past five years, the nation has more than doubled its investment in the study of the human brain
and behavior, leading to a vastly expanded understanding of postpartum depression, bipolar disorder and
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Much of this research has been conducted by the National
Institutes of Health and the nation’s leading academic institutions.
Safe and effective treatments are available and may include talk therapy, medication or a combination of
the two. Rigorous, published, peer-reviewed research clearly demonstrates that treatment works.
Medications can be an important and even life-saving part of a comprehensive and individualized
treatment plan. As in other areas of medicine, medications are a safe and effective way to improve the
quality of life for millions of Americans who have mental health concerns.
Mental health is a critical ingredient of overall health. It is unfortunate that in the face of this remarkable scientific and clinical progress that a small number of individuals and groups persist in questioning its

The diagnosis of a mental illness no longer carries the fear or shame it once did, according to a recent
APA consumer survey. Nearly 90 percent of Americans surveyed correctly believe that people with
mental illness can live healthy lives and an overwhelming majority (80 percent) feels confident that
mental health treatment works. Study findings also show that nearly 70 percent of people surveyed view
going to a psychiatrist as a sign of strength.
“We know that treatment works,” said APA Medical Director James H. Scully Jr., M.D. “And since safe,
effective treatments are available, Americans can have what everyone wants – healthy minds and healthy

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I like Tom as an actor but in reality, I don't think I do so much. He is so rude to Matt Lauer in this interview.

Tom: [with patented ferocity] Do you know what Adderall is? Do you know Ritalin? Do you know now that Ritalin is a street drug? [Ed: Oh, har har. We’re on Ritalin right now.]
Matt: I understand the abuse of all these things —
T: [interrupting] Yeah but you don’t understand the history of these drugs. And if you do, you know that it masks the problem. There is no such thing as a chemical imbalance!
M: But —
T: No, Matt, I know these things —
M: No —
T: Listen —
[This continues for a few moments and we stop listening.]
M: So, depression — is it all gobbledy gook?

T: No, Matt, I’m not saying that. That’s an alteration of what I’m saying. These drugs are dangerous, mind-altering chemicals. There are ways of handling these problems so that we don’t end up in a Brave New World.
M: You want [other people] to do well, but you want them to do well on a road that you approve of.
T: No —
M: [interrupting] But if anti-depressants worked for Brooke Shields, isn’t that okay?
T: I disagree with it.
M: But aren’t there examples where it works?
T: You don’t even know what Ritalin is! If you read the papers on how they came up with the drug, the dosage… You should be more responsible in knowing what it is. I am responsible. I know these things.
M: You’re saying that you know how it affected people you don’t know, but I do? You’re now telling me that what has and hasn’t worked for people I know, and I’m telling you I lived with these people and I saw an improvement.
T: So you’re advocating?
M: No, I’m not. I’m just saying that in their individual cases, it helped them… We could go in circles on this matter. But do you want more people to understand Scientology? Is that a goal of yours?
T: Of course. And I don’t talk about things I don’t understand.

No, Tom, we think you do.


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High Tension is a really screwed up movie man. It got me! Someone else needs to go watch it and explain some things to me though. Foreign movies are so much freakier than American. I might actually have nightmares tonight..and that never happens because of a movie.

But it's not just the movie, it's prob cause when I was driving down my street tonight around the curve there was a cop car with his lights flashing and a car that had gotten into a wreck. The cop was out searching through the woods with a flashlight. It's sooo dark out tonight too..no moon. So he asked me if I had seen anyone staggering around out there. I am like no, I was at a movie. Then he starts asking me about the movie..and I'm like yeah now I am freaked out. He told me if I see someone in my yard to scream. ha. really funny. If I see some guy with a screwed up head on my porch in the morning, I will die. The cop said someone went through that windshield.

ok, maybe I should lay off the horror for awhile. Earlier I watched another foreign horror film (Anatomy) and all they were doing was cutting off heads!

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