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This proves it! Whipping Your Children Makes Them Good.

by James Denison / January 9, 2013 12:20 AM PST
If it works on adults....
maybe this is why liberals are so miserable when they grow up, they didn't get enough loving, caring, spankings when they were children. Could it be they are just seeking a parent's loving discipline?

"Siberian psychologist Dr German Pilipenko started practicing a unique
form of addiction therapy termed the "method of limited exposure or
pain" in 2004, according to the Siberian Times. The technique involves beating drug addicts with a cane on their backsides.

"We cane the patients on the buttocks with a clear and definite
medical purpose - it is not some warped sadomasochistic activity," said
Pilipenko's fellow practitioner, Marina Chukhrova.

Pilipenko said he's treated more than a thousand patients, including
Americans. They come seeking cures for their addictions to drugs,
alcohol, work and even sex.

"I am the proof that this controversial treatment works," one of
Pilipenko's patients, "Natasha," told the Times. "I recommend it to
anyone suffering from an addiction or depression. It hurts like crazy --
but it's given me back my life."

Pilipenko said part of the reason the treatment works is because it
releases endorphins into the blood stream, which are often depleted in
addicts. "
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(NT) Who's miserable?..................... Obama 4 MORE YEARS!!!!
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 3:45 AM PST
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maybe we should talk about derangements instead?
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 3:53 AM PST

Now here's a person. dear reader, who lives in Canada, spends all this time on a forum almost exclusively USA, and acts like the president of a different country from where lives makes him not miserable. A perfect candidate for analysis of geographical displacia disorientation.

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Jusat consider my backing of Obama your "caning"
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 3:55 AM PST

IT'S good for you.

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Outrage is what causes change
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 3:59 AM PST

So, the more Obama outrages Americans, I mean real Americans, the more the backlash will be eventually and that makes me happy.

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You mean that the only "real" Americans
by Diana Forum moderator / January 13, 2013 8:38 PM PST

are the ones that agree with you?

Diana

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Duh!!
by drpruner / January 20, 2013 4:59 AM PST
Happy
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I'm an American "liberal" (at least by your standards)....
by Josh K / January 9, 2013 4:07 AM PST

.....and I'm not miserable either.

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(NT) Are you a "real" American?
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 4:09 AM PST
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I'm not a Canadian
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 4:19 AM PST

and I'm not an ex-pat.

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(NT) HOW did I guess THAT?
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 4:21 AM PST
In reply to: I'm not a Canadian
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no spankings for you!
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 4:13 AM PST

(said in true soup nazi styling)

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(NT) Imitating a nazi?....HOLD THE FORT!!!!
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 5:14 AM PST
In reply to: no spankings for you!
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see Seinfeld
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 1:04 PM PST

Oh, the main actors were Jewish too.

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I saw that on Seinfeld, and got your reference
by JP Bill / January 9, 2013 6:55 PM PST
In reply to: see Seinfeld

Usually you claim to never bring up the subject of nazis, it's always the other guy.

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Good source, James. I always take advice from backwoods
by Ziks511 / January 9, 2013 7:32 AM PST

Russians on the treatment of diseases and addictions.

There really is something deeply damaged in your thought processes which makes you think either that the above is true, or else that it is funny. I can't figure out which you're trying to achieve.

However, I am willing to say that anyone who advocates beating children to ensure obedience or good behaviour is an idiot and a brute who deserves incarceration.

Rob

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(NT) ROFL!
by James Denison / January 9, 2013 1:04 PM PST
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Hmm
by itsdigger / January 11, 2013 12:13 AM PST
In reply to: ROFL!

When does Godwin's Law apply? You guy's crack me up ! Devil ...

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It is problematic, Digger. Since the original joke wasn't
by Ziks511 / January 14, 2013 8:35 AM PST
In reply to: Hmm

really a part of the discussion, and the Soup Nazi wasn't really a Nazi. However, Godwin's Law certainly applies in other discussions and may be applicable here.

Rob

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