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Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by bIG bLOGGER on 24 July 2010 2:28pm
 
mrsteabag: yes,you are also correct!
My degree was a BSc in Theology.
Then I did a PostGrad in Philosophy; Then I chose to train as a County Librarian.
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by sophisticatedladyNELLsunSU47 on 24 July 2010 4:19pm
 
Do you remember 1997? You were angry a little bit ?
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by Spursfan on 24 July 2010 7:13pm
 
Is it like the Yes/No interlude on Take Your Pick many years ago?!!

As a small child I thought they introduced Michael Miles as 'Your quiz and quizitor' (though I really couldn't imagine what a 'quizitor' was - I assumed it was something to do with quizzes though) and only realised quite recently it was 'Your quiz inquisitor'!!

:D
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by mrsteabag on 24 July 2010 9:02pm
 
Very cool, bIG. I wish I'd listened to myself and done the same. Instead in the name of altruism, I did my MS in psych. Lindsay Lohan and Mel Gibson could have been my clients. 0_0
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by Spursfan on 25 July 2010 8:50am
 
I did a unit of Philosophy as part of the foundation course of my degree - it wasn't something I took to! "Does this desk exist or not". Of course it bloody does!!

I often get wound up watching comedy shows (or other shows for that matter) - even Fawlty Towers, which I love, would wind me up. I'd say to Zak 'Oh flippin' 'eck, if he only did [whatever simple thing would get him out of the mess or not into it at all] everything would be ok!!!'.

Of course Zak would reply 'Yes, and there'd be no show!'.

Having said all that, b-b is probably having us on there, Fran.

:D
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by bIG bLOGGER on 25 July 2010 2:57pm
 
mrsteabag: Would you really WANT to have Lindsay Lohan [presently serving a jail sentence for non-compliance of a Probation Order];
or Mel Gibson [...the list of his misdemeanours is far too long to even enumerate];
--as your potential clients..???
;)
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by mrsteabag on 26 July 2010 5:38pm
 
Absolutely not!!! :O The agency I worked at had the mission of providing counseling to residents of the designated service area. We had to take them and I had up to 70 people at a time on my caseload. The vast majority of them were court ordered, mostly for drunk driving or possession. And all but a handful believed that they didn't have a problem and didn't need help. After 18 months of that, I quit.
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by bIG bLOGGER on 27 July 2010 5:35pm
 
Mrsteabag: I don't blame you.
I was a Volunteer Telephone Counsellor for 18 months,and often found it hard going and tiresome.
I am not against COUNSELLING of people with problems per se,but a lot of the time they are too wound up to listen properly or heed any (sensible) advice you might give them,therefore it is really wasting both your time and theirs.
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by johnnythemonkey on 28 July 2010 12:20am
 
bIG bLOGGER phoned the Samaritans...........and the call-handler committed suicide.
 
Re: YES! NO! A NEW GAME! by sophisticatedladyNELLsunSU47 on 28 July 2010 5:41am
 
JTM! Can you sing another songs?
 
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