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Compartmentalization is overrated.
Posted 1/8/16 , edited 1/11/16

This is the one truth. If someone has to put everything in compartments, they're blind as a bat, no matter how specialist they are. I challenge anyone to put this to rest.


Everyone these days thinks they are a genius. None more so than in the sciences. It needs to be bitch-slapped in a way that their gums bleed and infect their partner with their hiv from their spittle.

Since I'm "the one true deity of existence" (sarcasm), (if he exists would say:) " I made man to be a tool and busy little drone, but man has rebelled." Misogyny and homophobia stem from this religious notion that is partially true: " Man is an imperfect being" Amen Brother!


Man is not superior, and telling him he is is feeding his delusions. It doesn't matter who has the last word when they are all compartmentalized minds that can't see from outside your ass. Logic is not superior to emotions because that is but one point of view that one species perpetuated throughout the patriarchal course of human history.

What do you think though? Discuss.


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Thats hot
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Thats hot x2
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I had to look up the definition of compartmentalization. The definition feels familiar....maybe I practice it myself.
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You remind me of this girl who would post crazy things.
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Are you Magical-Soul or something?
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In the middle ages in Europe it was perfectly acceptable to take a dump in the corner of the room during dinner.

I think compartmentalizing bodily functions is great.
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You remind me of this girl who would post crazy things.

Couldn't be as bad as that one Lena Kochman chick, at least.
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cyberfaust wrote:

In the middle ages in Europe it was perfectly acceptable to take a dump in the corner of the room during dinner.

I think compartmentalizing bodily functions is great.


My Rabbit does that.
Posted 1/8/16 , edited 1/10/16
I don't understand what you're trying to say
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I know exactly what you are saying. Compartmentalization is bullcrap. I mean it didn't save the Titanic! Those compartments started getting flooded and it was game over man. Well at least Leonardo DiCaprio was cryogenically frozen so we could defrost him to make Inception.
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Gross1985 wrote:


descloud wrote:
You remind me of this girl who would post crazy things.

Couldn't be as bad as that one Lena Kochman chick, at least.


Perhaps not :p
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I'm so confused. xD
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Ravenstein wrote:
I know exactly what you are saying. Compartmentalization is bullcrap. I mean it didn't save the Titanic! Those compartments started getting flooded and it was game over man. Well at least Leonardo DiCaprio was cryogenically frozen so we could defrost him to make Inception.

The original Titanic design had the compartments as sealed compartments just as alllarge ships after WW2 had.
White Star Line opted to have the compartments open at the top & not go all the way up, not sealed. only to save money.
The same goes for the number of life boats!!!

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Compartmentalization (psychology) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Compartmentalization is an unconscious psychological defense mechanism used to avoid cognitive dissonance, or the mental discomfort and anxiety caused by a person's having conflicting values, cognitions, emotions, beliefs, etc. within themselves.
Compartmentalization allows these conflicting ideas to co-exist by inhibiting direct or explicit acknowledgement and interaction between separate compartmentalized self states.
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Morbidhanson wrote:

Are you Magical-Soul or something?


My thoughts exactly
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