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Poll: Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not?
Yes, it should be legal! 0 / 0%
No, it should be illegal! 1 / 100%
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spikeddem


Jun 24, 2011, 8:39 PM
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Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not?
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Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.


(This post was edited by spikeddem on Jun 24, 2011, 8:45 PM)


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Jun 24, 2011, 9:03 PM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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Now that you've edited the title and your post, my post is entirely out of context.



Thanks for being a clown.


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spikeddem


Jun 24, 2011, 9:11 PM
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Re: [epoch] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?


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Jun 24, 2011, 9:13 PM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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lame


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spikeddem


Jun 24, 2011, 9:16 PM
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Re: [epoch] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?
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I'm not the one that said "your person."


chadnsc


Jun 25, 2011, 3:58 PM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?
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I'm not the one that said "your person."


But you are the one who follows professional wrestling.


spikeddem


Jun 25, 2011, 4:59 PM
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Re: [chadnsc] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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chadnsc wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?
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I'm not the one that said "your person."


But you are the one who follows professional wrestling.

Says who?


Toast_in_the_Machine


Jun 26, 2011, 8:05 AM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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I wasn't mesmerized.


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Jun 26, 2011, 1:07 PM
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Re: [Toast_in_the_Machine] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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I love this thread. I'm going to read it again and again.


Toast_in_the_Machine


Jun 26, 2011, 8:38 PM
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Re: [j_ung] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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What???? How the fuck did those droids get past my checkpoint?


notapplicable


Jun 26, 2011, 9:16 PM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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I think we may need a congressional investigation to settle this one.


spikeddem


Jun 27, 2011, 12:49 AM
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notapplicable wrote:
I think we may need a congressional investigation to settle this one.

Kinda like taking out "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance. What an awful addition.


chadnsc


Jun 27, 2011, 7:03 AM
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Re: [spikeddem] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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spikeddem wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?
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I'm not the one that said "your person."


But you are the one who follows professional wrestling.

Says who?

Says me.

Oh and it's been over 10 posts and no one has brought up religion.Unsure


edge


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Re: [chadnsc] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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chadnsc wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
epoch wrote:
spikeddem wrote:
Context: http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

Since hypnosis is real, this is an important question. Mods, keep an eye on this thread. I wouldn't be surprised if the debate gets heated and has to be moved to the Soapbox.

How many posts until we're talking about religion? I say ten.
Hypnosis is nothing more than the power of suggestion. If you allow yourself to be hypnotized, then you will act the fool. No one has control over your person merely by suggesting it.

This video suggests otherwise. I have evidence. Where's yours?
lame

I'm not the one that said "your person."


But you are the one who follows professional wrestling.

Says who?

Says me.

Oh and it's been over 10 posts and no one has brought up religion.Unsure

I was praying for the whole thread to go away, does that count?


chadnsc


Jun 27, 2011, 7:18 AM
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Re: [edge] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.


edge


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Re: [chadnsc] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.


Toast_in_the_Machine


Jun 27, 2011, 8:47 AM
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Re: [edge] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.


edge


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Re: [Toast_in_the_Machine] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!


chadnsc


Jun 27, 2011, 8:54 AM
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A slippery slope indeed. Laugh


edge


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chadnsc wrote:
A slippery slope indeed. Laugh

Racist!


Toast_in_the_Machine


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edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!
Precisely. If I linked to a page that had Chan photographed in a compromising position with 4 spoons, some dymma slings, and a jet boil, then bring on the banz hammer. But just because I imply that such a photo exists is a non offense.


edge


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!
Precisely. If I linked to a page that had Chan photographed in a compromising position with 4 spoons, some dymma slings, and a jet boil, then bring on the banz hammer. But just because I imply that such a photo exists is a non offense.

Sort of like implying that a climbing picture of Chan (?)exists?


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Re: [edge] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!
Precisely. If I linked to a page that had Chan photographed in a compromising position with 4 spoons, some dymma slings, and a jet boil, then bring on the banz hammer. But just because I imply that such a photo exists is a non offense.

Sort of like implying that a climbing picture of Chan (?)exists?

Someone named Chad in MN and climbing. Can't get much closer than that to the actual truth.
http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._02_climbing_001.jpg


chadnsc


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!
Precisely. If I linked to a page that had Chan photographed in a compromising position with 4 spoons, some dymma slings, and a jet boil, then bring on the banz hammer. But just because I imply that such a photo exists is a non offense.

Sort of like implying that a climbing picture of Chan (?)exists?

Someone named Chad in MN and climbing. Can't get much closer than that to the actual truth.
http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._02_climbing_001.jpg

Hahahahahaha! That's not me. Although I am surprised to find another Chad that is a MN climber. I have to look up that guy.


chadnsc


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Re: [Toast_in_the_Machine] Hypnosis: Legal in professional wrestling or not? [In reply to]
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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
edge wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
It would have if you'd mentioned prayer four posts ago.

It was implied, as was a facepalm.

Implied don't get you moderated. For example, I could imply that chad is an incontinent sewer rat, (how I'm not sure yet), but it wouldn't be harassing until I actually said so.

So what you are saying is, if you implied that Chad was a snotty nosed heap of parrot droppings but didn't actually write that, then there is nothing we moderators could do about it?

A slippery slope!
Precisely. If I linked to a page that had Chan photographed in a compromising position with 4 spoons, some dymma slings, and a jet boil, then bring on the banz hammer. But just because I imply that such a photo exists is a non offense.

Actually I've heard a photo like that exists but it was of edge and it was taken by MA.

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