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Anonymous Reader
A misguided person 40%
An open minded soul 20%
I am Anonymous Reader 40%

Votes: 10

 Dear Anonymous Reader Sir,

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Jan 04, 2002
 Comments:
I have been following your postings closely, and I have no doubt you are very intelligent. However, it has come to my attention that you are a very mis-guided person.

Take for example this posting. Later on, in the very same well composed piece, you contradict (and support your opposition) yourself by saying this. Sir, are you mentally ill?

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Why thank you, kind sir. (none / 0) (#1)
by Anonymous Reader on Fri Jan 4th, 2002 at 11:36:25 PM PST
But it is with great regret that I must announce to my fine friends at Adequacy.org that I am indeed suffering for a disorder called "Multiple Personality." I got back from the doctor yesterday. He gave me a prescription for a lot of different drugs. Hopefully I will be back to my normal sane self within the month!

I thank you for your concern!


NOT TRUE (none / 0) (#3)
by Anonymous Reader on Sat Jan 5th, 2002 at 07:41:42 AM PST
But it is with great regret that I must announce to my fine friends at Adequacy.org that I am indeed suffering for a disorder called "Multiple Personality."

WTF???!! This is NOT true, I am NOT suffering from any disorderz.

I got back from the doctor yesterday. He gave me a prescription for a lot of different drugs.

Are you on drugs or something? I did NOT go to the doctorz! Why are you such a liar?!!1!


 
Dear Dr. Cortez Sir, (5.00 / 1) (#2)
by chloedancer on Sat Jan 5th, 2002 at 07:21:17 AM PST
As the person most likely to hold the title of "self-acknowledged lunatic-du-jour" on Adequacy, I respectfully request that you refrain from referring to "mental illness" as if it's something that diminishes Anonymous Reader's intelligence or capacity for eclectic participation in this realm.

Instead, I urge you to realize that Anonymous Reader is, in fact, providing a valuable service to you by enabling you to enhance your own awareness and skills set when dealing with the functionally mentally ill; this may, in turn, cascade into a real-life benefit in terms of your capability to interact with those displaying similar characteristics in the face-to-face world. Instead of admonishing Anonymous Reader, I respectfully suggest that you embrace this opportunity as a life lesson, a chance to develop your own coping mechanisms with regard to life's abundant inconsistencies and uncertainties.

Regards,
chloedancer


Sir, (none / 0) (#4)
by Martino Cortez PhD on Sat Jan 5th, 2002 at 02:49:53 PM PST
I will take your adivice into the deepest corridors of my heart. You are correct, life is full of inconsistencies and uncertainties, however, in my profession, we try to minimize these with gobs of money.

Anonymous reader is one of the most witty, intelligent characters on this so-called "weblog". I read his digressive, flatulent ramblings with great interest and respect. I take upon myself to be a better human by learning the lessons this no doubt great man has to teach us.

Kindest Thanks,


--
Dr Martino Cortez, PhD
CEO - Martin-Cortez Financial Corporation
Copyright 2002, Martino Cortez.

What am I, Peppermint Patty? (none / 0) (#5)
by chloedancer on Sat Jan 5th, 2002 at 07:47:38 PM PST
Kind Sir,

If you could please refrain from calling me "Sir" under any circumstance, I'd be grateful. "Ma'am" is also inappropriate, however, I could consent to either "Miss" or "Ms.", as would be in keeping with your more formal nature.

Regards,
chloedancer


Miss, (none / 0) (#6)
by Martino Cortez PhD on Sat Jan 5th, 2002 at 10:55:34 PM PST
You have my most humble apologies.


--
Dr Martino Cortez, PhD
CEO - Martin-Cortez Financial Corporation
Copyright 2002, Martino Cortez.

 
Dear Sir, (none / 0) (#7)
by Anonymous Reader on Sun Jan 6th, 2002 at 08:41:02 PM PST
I would very much appreciate it if you would guzzle my cum.


Now wait just one darn minute there! (5.00 / 1) (#8)
by elenchos on Sun Jan 6th, 2002 at 11:04:24 PM PST
If Dr. Martino Cortez, PhD, occasionally uses Adequacy to post notices of openings in his nude typist staff, and if girls wishing to apply for this position use this site to contact Dr. Cortez, PhD, that is fine. There is no reason that it would interfere with the mission of Adequacy.

However! The kind of proposition you are offering to Dr. Cortez, PhD, while they may help a girl land a job, could also eaisly land Adequacy in some real hot water with the Internet authorities.

Save the FX for the interview, hon. Got it?


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