Comments Posted by iggy

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that was so beautiful i think i might throw up
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i actually go to the prep(st johns) which is like a half a mile away.i see it everytime i go outside because it is the only hill larger than that of which the prep is located on. the asylum i never even knew existed, will probably now scare the shit out of me and i havent even seen ses.9! ahh
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painting happy murals in this place is like putting one of those pine tree air fresheners in an open sewer
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The particularly disturbing thing is to imagine what sort of person would lovingly wrap that toilet in a shroud of white linens
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Oh, Danvers. What a shame. the really insulting thing is that they tore down that brilliant and historic example of Victorian and Gothic revivalist architecture for some shitty prefab condos
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Motts, have you ever been through [edited] a bit high security for a camera crew though, as there is an operational high security hospital there
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stupid reporter geraldo rivera. he should be castrated with those paddle things they use on bulls. but anyway the office complex at quincy shipyards have some of those buffalo safe co. safes. they also have german shepherds though = (
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places dont need to be haunted, imagination will create such terrors that any real presence would be superfluous. I got chased into worcester state with no flashlight and managed through greater fear of pigs than spirits to remain calm
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negative nancy lynne. i spent a great deal of time avoiding drool streams
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Lynne is such a negative nancy. medication is used to a very large extent to make patients easier to deal with
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I was one time given a forehead seatbelt
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these chairs appear very human, clinging to their one ray of sunshine in a world of blackness
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institutions like bright colors because on the face of it drab colors look dull and depressing while bright look colorful and engaging. drab colors do in fact encourage calmness and lucidity
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this is one of the few situations in which one can effectively anthropomorphize <(how do you spell that) a chair. you can just imagine a scared little animal in a world of blackness and monsters
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Whenever it was dark in the ward and i heard metal creaking i would imagine a wheelchair rolling itself down the hall