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By Leo Vine-Knight

Steven is a psychiatric nurse with regards to burn out. He senses that the bounds among his personal mind,the unit the place he works, and society itself have gotten dangerously blurred. He desires of break out with a glamorous nursing assistant, Kate...

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Yes, I smelt it as I walked in” I replied helpfully. ” “Fairly average for him then” I observed without a trace of exaggeration. David 1946 ‘The White Cliffs of Dover’ played on a distant radio while David sat listlessly in the little office attached to warehouse 3, and watched the belching trucks drive out of compound C. He pulled down the short sleeves of his khaki tunic, reached again for the dog-eared 34 letter in his pocket, and drifted off into fruitless thought. The war was over, he had avoided contact with the enemy by being inconspicuously diligent in Supplies, and now all he had to do was wait for his discharge.

He was right in a way, because scientists have subsequently demonstrated that intelligent life doesn’t exist anywhere in the solar system, and that’s a tough one to swallow. Isn’t it? The Mad Scientists Llewelyn found that he had a great affinity with existential and psychoanalytical work, allowing it to expand his hungry mind like spinach blowing up Popeye’s biceps. He read Jean-Paul Sartre, Ronald Laing, and Erich Fromm voraciously, applying old ideas in new contexts, finding ‘solutions’ to classical problems, and reinvigorating his own life with fresh revelatory principles.

He was right in a way, because scientists have subsequently demonstrated that intelligent life doesn’t exist anywhere in the solar system, and that’s a tough one to swallow. Isn’t it? The Mad Scientists Llewelyn found that he had a great affinity with existential and psychoanalytical work, allowing it to expand his hungry mind like spinach blowing up Popeye’s biceps. He read Jean-Paul Sartre, Ronald Laing, and Erich Fromm voraciously, applying old ideas in new contexts, finding ‘solutions’ to classical problems, and reinvigorating his own life with fresh revelatory principles.

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