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Apr 15, 2014
Actually, this is a common technique used by various types of "investigators" who implant false memories so they can accuse people of crimes against the "victim". Anyone remember the "day care hysteria" of the 1980's? If not, do a google and ask yourself interesting questions like "exactly how does one ram razor blades up a child's anus and never leave an injury?". Questions that hysteria apparently prevented the prosecutor from considering.
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Apr 14, 2014
Apparently, having a phobia that you are a robot (all be it a well constructed one that mimics pain and blood loss) is common among geeks.

Well, you have a group of people who watch scifi a lot (where this kind of thing happens all the time) and have a mild form of autism which, while providing high IQs, they find it difficult to understand the subtle art of human interaction (adding fuel to the fire).
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Apr 13, 2014
But I thought that Dilbert was a clone! :O
Apr 13, 2014
Haven't there been shrinks getting rich of this very thing? You know the drill, 'You were abused as child, let me heal you from these memories you never had before."
Apr 13, 2014
@BritTim X-perimenting with acid, what a trip.
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