Scene 6 from Ship of Fools.
Our hero is forced to undergo a series of inhumane tests including electric shock therapy. The tests are in fact only a ruse. The real goal is to drive him to insanity or death.
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Loss of sex drive and impotence are very common in men and women as they age, and talking with your doctor can alleviate fears, as there are many treatment options. Stress is a key factor in one’s sexual health. The simple act of fearing that you may not be able to get an erection can in itself cause erectile dysfunction. When partners are on the opposite end of the libido scale, it is important to communicate and find ways to pleasure each other when intercourse is not possible.
It is normal for the majority of men to experience erectile dysfunction (impotence) at least once in their lives. After men reach the age of 65, impotence becomes more common. They experience changes in erectile function as they experience changes in the rest of their bodies; it is a part of the natural process. Orgasms may not seem as powerful and erectile recovery after orgasm may take longer. There are several specific symptoms of impotence: the inability to achieve a full erection, to maintain an erection during intercourse, or to have an erection at all.
There are two facets to maintaining an erection, one is physical, and one is mental. The physical process is relatively strait forward: the penis has two cylindrical structures (corpora cavernosa) that are made of a sponge like material and run the entire length of the penis. This erectile tissue fills with blood when the male is aroused, and like a wet sponge, this tissue expands up to seven times its normal size, forming an erection. After ejaculation, the penis returns to its normal size.
The mental process is often the cause of erectile dysfunction. Arousal levels often determine the quality of an erection. The longer the arousal, the harder the penis becomes. Men can become aroused by any of the five senses: taste, touch, smell, and more commonly by visual and auditory stimulation. This mental state causes the nervous system to stimulate blood flow to the penis.
Erectile dysfunction occurs when this delicate balance between the physical and mental facets of the erection process is disrupted.
The mental causes of erectile dysfunction include: stress (this could be from work, or family, or both), psychological problems, anxiety (about finances, children, or life in general), fatigue, depression, negative feelings (toward yourself, spouse, or circumstances around you), resentment, hostility, or a genuine lack of interest.
The physical causes of erectile dysfunction include: diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage caused by diabetes), cardiovascular disorders (which can affect the blood flow to the penis), prescription medications (talk to your doctor and find out if any of your medications are a potential cause of ED), cancer or prostate operations, spinal cord fractures, multiple sclerosis (MS), hormonal imbalances, or alcohol and other forms of drug abuse.
Erectile dysfunction may be a symptom of a more serious medical problem. It is important to determine whether the symptoms of erectile dysfunction are physical or mental in nature.
This podcast takes a look at three of the most common propaganda techniques as they are used by advertising and in the media. Examples from popular culture are used to help explain the tactics. Video created by Ian Greer while a student at Mansfield University. Note: If you use this video in your classroom could you, if possible, leave a comment telling how you used it and how well it worked for you. Thanks and enjoy.
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Don’t really care about the money just want to know if it would really be valuable to stay in the army for PO as compared to direct work with the CIA or DIA.Thanks in advance.Hard numbers are appreciated.Years of service in total for PO would be from around 8 years to 10.
75% of Psyop units are Reserve, so are you going into Reserves or Active Duty. Either way, they will make the same base pay as any other O-3.
Cartel through the use of The United States Government/Treasury/Federal Reserve and Major WallStreet Players like Goldman Sachs and Chase Morgan Stanley continues its Psychological operations through cooked numbers, contrived scenarios, and market manipulation. As Jim Sinclair has recently stated “The entire plan for the Recovery is to “Pretend and Extend”.
Happy Holidays you have been handed another buying opportunity! Compliments of the Globalist Cartel! Remember Physical only! Physical and only Physical! Dont be caught left holding the bag!
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I have been told that I can become a Psychological Operations Officer if I join the Army Reserves (I have a degree and can speak Arabic). I wanted to do active duty, but if I can guarantee an Officer Intel position, I will take that, however, it is only being offered in the reserves.
Can someone give me some detail on officer reserves training?
Also, after Basic, officer training and AIT, will I most likely just return home? Can I request a deployment after my training or request to be switched to active?
PSYOP is not a direct accessions branch, even in the Army Reserve. You have to receive your commission, be a Basic Branch school graduate and preferably a 1LT(P). Normally, you are commissioned into a basic branch of the Army. You have to attend and graduate from your Basic Course. In the Reserve you then go home and train with your unit; on active duty you go to your unit and start your military career. When you make 1LT you can then volunteer for PSYOP.
PSYOP has one active duty PSYOP Group (4POG) and 2 Reserve Groups (2nd and 7th POG). If you want to deploy, there is as much opportunity to do it in a Reserve POG as there is at 4POG. PSYOP is high tempo, they always need them somewhere.
Before doing anything else, do your homework. Check out the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion website to get more information on active duty PSYOP, etc. web: http://www.bragg.army.mil/sorb/default.htm
Oh, and make sure you get Airborne School…you have to be Airborne in 4POG and in select Reserve PSYOP units.