o.osam4books wrote:I need to study these methods of old psychology in case I need to use them :3
True very true.MQuinny1234 wrote:Doc@Oh I have no doubt there's going to be a sacrifice or two of some kind along the way, but RPing is just like doing business. It's best if you can get something to satisfy both parties but if not...You've gotta be prepared for unpleasantness and be ready to pass it off onto someone else as quickly as possible..
Lobotomy has always been popular ;Dsam4books wrote:And I'm currently curious to discover the secrets behind this "lobotomy" everyone keeps mentioning. And why it is so popular all of a sudden.
It's not. They used it in insane asylums as a way of 'curing' people,but really it was just a method of control so that it was easy to take care of them. Often given to people who were considered a 'lost cause'. Actually on second thoughts, it depends.sam4books wrote:Like, how is that supposed to cure people of mental diseases? :/
O___O WHAT.MQuinny1234 wrote:Of course, if you know what you're doing, there can be other uses.
Uses that a certain doctor may wish to use on a certain character.
sam4books wrote:I saw that it was mentioned in something I read while looking up the procedure.
I may look it up when I get the chance. It may give me ideas.
;___;MQuinny1234 wrote:Oh don't worry, that won't happen so long as he Just. Be. Haves. Got it? if he becomes difficult then he's either going to have to be drugged, or maybe a more permanent solution would be enacted.
It's a horrific way of 'curing' people. Really terrible.MQuinny1234 wrote:...I'm not sure how to respond to that...but I agree that it doesn't sound pleasant. It's fallen out of popular use though now that psychology's taken a leap or two forward.
Apparently only if he doesn't behave.Amaranthine Ali wrote:....Stein lobotomizes Chame?
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