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Hi Joe Dees -
>>Some of his response behaviors are shut off, but, technical compensation
>>is there. He has many behaviors available.
>In which case an airhead jock with razor-sharp perceptions should be able
>to theorize rings areound poor Stephen, ayyy?
I fail to see the logic behind that conclusion.
Certainly you knew I was speaking of compensatory processes?
His speech is shut off, but, he has a 'voice'. His legs are shut off, but
he has a wheelchair.
All behaviors required, whether assisted or not, to get books to a
publisher are there.
And, they are all connected to an intellect that likes to spend almost
all of its time running rings around airheads.
So, no, I fail to see any logic behind your conclusion about jocks.
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