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Dannydoyle
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He also can't seem to figure out that what we are or are not in "his book" means quite little.

Odd how a huge percentage of his posts are on this thread asking for free things, while offering zip in return.
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Mindpro
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I believe he must be from the Jonanthan Royle camp.
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Perhaps those who have nothing further to add with any substance can stop posing as losers and step aside for a few days. Those who choose pestilent and obnoxious behavior as their modus operandi are tiresome and immature. Get a life already and find another thread to lean on. You have already stated your issues and concerns. Get a grip and realize that it's your responsibility to heal them. Whining about your failures in life will get you nowhere fast.
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That should bring a FLOOD of people to your cause LOL.
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Nothing like a newbie with 19 posts coming on here and A.) asking for free information (the best stuff), B.) not appreciating or willing to accept the great advice that's been given to him FREE, and C.) has the audacity call (those trying to help him) regular and longtime members "losers with obnoxious behavior", and with his "elite" status thinks he can determine who adds "any substance" to this forum, and then thinks he can tell them to "step aside for a few days".

Remember it was YOU that came storming in here exclaiming "I PERSONALLY AM LOOKING FOR DATA, FACTS, IDEAS AND OTHER HELPFUL INFO", from "Your Best Performance."

Real class act, maybe you should take your own advice and if "the posters here are not impressing me at all" maybe it's you that should step aside.
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I figured it out!! Mindpunisher is acting like Doc Regal to get all our secrets!! MP you crazy nut!! All you had to do was just ask.-Shane
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Yes..."obeisant"...take that. I'm sure you've wounded Mindpunisher to the quick with that rapier-like response.

What a hoot.

Doc, you still don't understand that you're not playing with needy people on this thread. The guys here are all long-time working pros who know their stuff. Your transparent and rather childish attempts at manipulation simply won't work.

Since you're not getting what you want you go from "demanding" and "entitled" to "arrogant" and "petulant" in one short step. I guess that 40 years of study you're so proud of hasn't taught you basic human decency, common courtesy, respect for others, and how to "play nice."
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Understanding need not be something beyond simple comprehension of text.

obeisance |ōˈbāsəns; ōˈbē-|
noun
deferential respect : they paid obeisance to the prince. See note at honor.
• a gesture expressing deferential respect, such as a bow or curtsy : she made a deep obeisance.
DERIVATIVES
obeisant |ōˈbāsənt |adjective
ORIGIN late Middle English (in the sense [obedience] ): from Old French obeissance, from obeissant ‘obeying,’ present participle of obeir.

If other words are not self-evident, then I suggest referring to a dictionary.
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On 2010-06-28 23:27, Doc Regal wrote:
Understanding need not be something beyond simple comprehension of text.

obeisance |ôˈbâsəns; ôˈbç-|
noun
deferential respect : they paid obeisance to the prince. See note at honor.
• a gesture expressing deferential respect, such as a bow or curtsy : she made a deep obeisance.
DERIVATIVES
obeisant |ôˈbâsənt |adjective
ORIGIN late Middle English (in the sense [obedience] ): from Old French obeissance, from obeissant ‘obeying,’ present participle of obeir.

If other words are not self-evident, then I suggest referring to a dictionary.


If that is what you think you deserve then you should look up ""Noblesse oblige."
Dannydoyle
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Or "North end of a South bound horse".
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David, since you appear to be one of the more intelligent of this lot, I urge you to review this thread "in its entirety" and let "us" know how these "conclusions" got inferred. If any dissenters can be accurately identified, then explain your reasoning why if not how. From my POV this feedback so far is almost as driveling as IM posting, yet I am eager to give you a shot.
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Yawn!

You know how to really contribute and bring something of value to a forum Doc eh?
Seriously I don't think entertainment is your thing. I think you should stick to simple stop smoking programmes and weight loss groups. And keep away from complex problems since you might have to communicate with your clients.

I think you would be wasting your time and money pursueing stage work. Last thing the industry needs is another incompetent performer with no personality.

On the other hand have you ever thought about swallowing razor blades? That might work.
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On 2010-06-29 09:55, Doc Regal wrote:
David, since you appear to be one of the more intelligent of this lot, I urge you to review this thread "in its entirety" and let "us" know how these "conclusions" got inferred. If any dissenters can be accurately identified, then explain your reasoning why if not how. From my POV this feedback so far is almost as driveling as IM posting, yet I am eager to give you a shot.


Well, smart enough to see that you manage to come across as pandering and condescending simultaneously.
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Thanks again for this mystical enlightenment. It's good to know that many who regularly post here in actuality show no merit. Then again I may be surprised, because there may be other contributors who want to demonstrate their ability to influence.
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Well you certainly have little ability to influence for sure. I don't think any merit coming from you would have any credibility. "mystical enlightenment?" you can't even see when someone is being straight to the point. Perhaps you should leave now while your behind and lurk for a while. You might find something useful or of value.

But somehow I doubt whether you would recognise it. However there is lots of valuable stuff here if you take the time to search for it.

No I don't know what your expectations were before coming here but they obviously don't match reality. So take the feedback and alter your attitude. And you might get some value from here. Sorry about the lack of mystical enlightment. But sometimes reality is more useful.
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I am moderately pleased so far with the nuggets of wisdom shared in obtuse ways, MP, and eager to experience a bit more that is practical and applicable to stage work. Calming down is a natural and effortless skill that is taught in most hypno 101 course training, so that is expected to take effect soon. In the meantime, I look forward to offering a few more lessons before this fraternal "hazing" subsides.
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I am quite confident that it won't be long before the good "doctor" has a high ticket stage hypnosis course or seminar claiming to be an "Elite" Stage Hypnosis Master Guru, which of course will be a compilation of rehashed material and any pieces of info he can obtain here and from other such sources. All of his activity and supposed interest here is simply "research" for his upcoming project or venture. We have seen it done dozens of times before and can easily spot these guys a mile away. And of course the works will include his misperceived views of his adventures here and gross mis-generalizations about the entire stage hypnosis community. Mark my words...stay tuned.
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Since I am new here as well and act more reasonable, can you guys tell ME all the secrets? No?!?! Guess I will just to make it up as I go along. "If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, just baffle them with BS". <---- Quoted by the great Shanezini Mastersonia...the greatest hypnotist in the world....or within a 2 foot circle of wherever his butt is physically located.-Shane
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Todd Robbins
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I've been dragged into (and out of) worse places.

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On 2010-06-28 08:17, Dannydoyle wrote:
I am sorry for dragging Todd into this. It was simply the conversation we had is all.
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I do have people ask me if I am related to Tim Robbins. I tell them "no" and follow it up with this line, "But I get that a lot. As a matter of fact, Susan Sarandon once said to me, 'You remind me of Tim' and I just told her to roll over and go back to sleep." Even when I tell people I am no relation to Tim, some will not believe it. Some time ago I was working on a TV show in Vegas and when I checked into the hotel they had somehow gotten a note into the reservation that I was Tim's brother. When asked about this I told them that I was no relation. The desk clerk just smiled a knowing smile, said "I understand" and then comped everthing for the week I was there. It's good to have a famous brother, even if you don't

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On 2010-06-27 22:35, Doc Regal wrote:
Wonderful to have your participation in this thread, Todd. Your high ranking status must have at least one amazing story you can share. Please honor us with that. Thanks for your encouragements!


Yeah, Todd, tell us about being married to a Hollywood star and how it helped or hindered your career...and how you got Susan to call you "Tim." ;-)
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