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• Posted by tromboja
• Date: Thursday, July 27, 2006, at 9:22 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-217-45-229.asm.bellsouth.net
• In Response to: Admission of my Own Pretentiousness/Is Shyamalan a Pretentious Bastard?? (Timmy B.)


> Itís hard to imagine that oneís self is pretentiousÖ I have always
> suspected that I might be easily called pretentious but I could never let
> myself think much about it. That all was before some adjusted medication
> and new self-discovery. I realize now that I indeed have acted
> pretentiously for much of my life, not because of trying to appear
> important or excellent, but from truly *believing* that I was both
> important and excellent. In the most recent past years of my life Iíve
> started writing a book that Iíve truly believed could be the most
> important book in human history. Even more recently, though, Iíve realized
> that this is indicative of a messiah complex. Change in medicine and
> diagnosis of having psychotic disorder N. O. S. helped me see this.
> (Psychotic disorder has probably been the culprit in many of my tangents
> here comprised of clouded reasoning.)

If only Frank Herbet would realize this same thing...and people wonder the Sci-Fi channel stopped making the Dune movies after Children of Dune...



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