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Budax (dpjd55y3ta@outlook.com)
Datum:Mi 05 Mär 2014 19:35:03 CET

Yes. I believe that you imply some%3Ca href="http://erxxqj.com"%3E itpromant%3C/a%3E points here. To what extent is a person responsible for his or her own happiness or misery? How much of happiness is situation-based and how much deeply internal? The fact that you have gratitude for what you do have points to the personality part of it all. Also, happiness is not a problem experienced in insulation, as we affect the people around us. This is the stickiest element of this topic.With respect to Facebook, you confirm what I have stated, that your style of FB friendship will mirror that which is already natural for you. The biggest problem with social media is the time wasted, not that it makes us socially inept.Well done.


Meitei (c4agdtsp8@yahoo.com)
Datum:Mi 05 Mär 2014 10:21:05 CET

Thanks for the comment. (It was on page 5 in two hours, mstoly incomprehensible computer code as well as vast amount of fake handbag sites which is particularly amusing as I don't care or write about handbags)! Personal responsibility for happiness is indeed a large topic. I am psychoanalytically inclined enough to believe EVERYTHING about how you think, feel, behave has roots in your parents and childhood (or whomever bore the lion's share of responsibility for your care and support). But as a veteran of Al-Anon, for the families of alcoholics (my grandfather who died prior to my birth but is the key to understanding aspects of my mother which determined her stance toward my father who did not drink in any abnormal or destructive manner), I also believe you can't sit there blaming your parents at age 40 when you continue to behave in irrational, self-destructive ways. That everything traces back to your parents does not, however, mean that you are a prisoner of a bad childhood. But of course, people with supportive, dynamic, smart, competent, interesting parents who have money obviously have an enormous leg up over people with psychotic, alcoholic, cruel, stupid, irresponsible parents with or without money. My own experience and the experiences of those I have witnessed over a lifetime (long before FB) leads me to take the process of childrearing extremely seriously and to regard it as a monumental and lifelong commitment with enormous financial obligations along the way. But certainly, someone like Wurtzel inspires NO respect in me whatever. With her gifts and the education she fought for (she was on scholarship at a day school in NYC, though not a Dalton or prep school like Riverdale), there is to my mind zero excuse for her conduct at least post-heroin. Now, addiction is partly a matter of genetics and partly a matter of environment. My brother is 20 years clean and sober no rehab, no slips. He entered AA and that was it (September 1992) I have seen what the program can do and I haven't read her heroin memoir but I am told she is entirely clean and sober (not even wine with dinner). My biggest problem with her persona apart from the astounding profligacy of a woman who made real money writing (which in today's world is reserved for writers of fiction like Stephen King or Patricia Cornwall, or more recently E.L. James (Fifty Shades of Grey and all its sequels)), has two Ivy degrees, one of which is practical and landed her some sort of job with David Boies (no small feat) is her omissions re her family. No one turns out this fucked up if they had good , solid, loving, stable parents. Oh sure, sometimes you have what Winnicott refers to as good enough parents and things go wrong for whatever reason. Genuine mental illness, the kind no talk therapy alone can fix, is real. But I reject the wholly neurological/chemical explanations for mental illness and while I am all for meds when appropriate, whether on a short or longterm basis (I don't think there is anything wrong with living on meds forever for those with real wiring defects), I think good therapy or analysis fixes a tremendous amount. And sadly, great therapy ain't cheap. However, let's just take the Birkin bag as an example. I suppose this makes particularly little sense to me as luggage and bags are , with shoes, the least important part of fashion. In the Harper's article, she refers endlessly to shoes. It's a big point of honor with her that she leaves the house with her special gloss and SPF 30 whatever and good shoes no matter what. Well, she's not a designer resale sort. Until this year barring crutches and a serious ankle sprain which required orthopedic footwear spent over 100 dollars on a pair of shoes. I bought two pairs in 2012, one 125 (vintage YSL which went for God knows what back in the day) and 119 (for never worn Michael Kors boots which retail for 400 or so). That was literally the first non-injury footwear in my life on which I spent over 100 dollars. So given her spending habits and what one must assume falls into the category of what you noted on FB was the radiance surrounding high and pop culture in a city (bars, restaurants, and of course cabs in the city, which I know for a fact can add up at 20 bucks a day), Ms. Wurtzel chose a Chanel lifestyle (I got this from a friend and love the term) over mental health. This woman doesn't WANT to get better and that is perfectly fine; it's her choice. But why, for the love of God, should we CARE about her misery when people would give their eye teeth to be in her position, with those credentials and writing credits (which yielded significant income she blew on all kinds of things) and able to get real help? As I wrote on the FB thread on VO, it bothers me (as someone who both studied the genre of autobiography in graduate school and has always been drawn to self-reflexive or self-writing and now writes in this vein myself) that this woman staunchly refuses to give us any history of her childhood and early teenage years. Something went very wrong and yet we're supposed to take on faith that there is some deep, dark abuse which turned her into this sad sack we see before us? Not okay. Not okay on so many levels from the human to the literary to the ethical. There is nothing ethical about this woman or her writing and the gory details in her heroin memoir which a friend described to me in brief do not compensate for the gaping omissions about her parents. Where ARE these people. No one is sui generis and she wasn't born this way. I probably would not be as repulsed by her had I not over the last 2.5 yrs heard stomach-turning accounts of family drama from FB friends who, as I noted, have every logical reason to swallow a bullet to end the pain. And yet THESE courageous people manage to pick themselves up and find some measure of meaning in what is an objectively ravaged life. The worst part and what drew me into this Wurtzel comeback saga was my friend Lynn's response about EW's equation of housewives and whores/prostitutes. Really? And yet, Ms. Wurtzel speaks from an odd place of authority or credibility all evidence to the contrary about marriage, relationship, and feminism. Her talk of being a free spirit with a pure heart first boggles the mind, then induces nausea. She's full of shit, to put it bluntly. This woman is in DENIAL with a capital D. NOTHING she has to say is relevant to ANYONE but Elizabeth Wurtzel. If memoir or any type of autobiographical writing is to be relevant, it needs to tap into something universal about at least A group's personal experience (a class, a race, a gender, a geographical area, a profession and so on). It doesn't have to appeal to Joe the Plumber (who in any case didn't exist) but it has to have some universal appeal within the particularities of context from which it emerges. I AM a girl about her age with striking amounts of common ground: Yale, writing, Luigi dance, NYC, Jewish, brainy, history of depression. Her experience has NOTHING to do with anything I have ever felt in my life about my psyche, my writing, my education, my relationships, my family etc. The reason? She just has nothing to say to anyone but perhaps heroin addicts of a very elite sort. I haven't read Ann Marlowe's heroin memoir though Phil Terzian, my ex-editor at Weekly Standard regarded it (and all of her work and intellect) highly. But I'm better that's more relevant not to mention less irritating than what Ms. Wurtzel has to offer. Thanks again for writing and I do hope the excellent piece you wrote appears soon!


Thomas Fischer (@gussi1958@t-online.de)
Datum:Sa 30 Jun 2012 20:29:48 CEST

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Daniel Grothe (shad1975@aol.com)
Datum:Di 05 Jun 2012 21:55:52 CEST
Betreff:Agria Babyfräse 1100

habe ein Problem. Bei meinem geliebten Buschbaby Agria 1100 ist die Rollenkette 02054 gerissen.
12,7 x 4,88 x 41 Glieder

desweiteren brauche ich das Steckglied E-Nr. 02034

Bitte an meine Email Adresse.. falls Ihr mir helfen könnt.


PS. Bitte helft mir!


asd (asd@fff.de)
Datum:Mi 07 Sep 2011 21:06:41 CEST

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Datum:Di 16 Aug 2011 10:24:04 CEST

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wolfgang (lt300@web.de)
Datum:Do 14 Apr 2011 21:16:51 CEST
Betreff:agria 1600 z

hallo agria-fans - ich suche für meine 1600 z eine zuendspule; vielleicht hat einer von euch noch teile oder kann mir einen tipp geben. grüsse aus oberfranken


Alex (alexboedecker@gmx.de)
Datum:Mo 31 Jan 2011 07:32:37 CET


Ich suche im Raum Hannover Einachserfreunde, die mir bei der Auf/Umrüstung meiner Agria 2600 mit Tips zur Seite stehen könnten? Wer weiß, wo hier in der Nähe den mal Einachsertreffen statt finden? Vielen Dank für die Antworten im Voraus.
Gruß Alex


Ingo Richter (ingorichter270268@googlemail.com)
Datum:Sa 15 Jan 2011 13:59:36 CET

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Irrgang (didiue@web.de)
Datum:Mi 23 Jun 2010 12:53:17 CEST
Betreff:defekte Fräse für E6/E5

Hallo, habe eine defekte Fräse für E6/E5. Kugellagerdefekt, Kegelritzel abgenutzt aber vermutlich noch funktionstüchtig. Fräse ist zerlegt. Welcher Bastler hat Interesse? 2 x Fräskästen und Verlängerung für Fräse vorhanden. Kontakt didiue@web.de oder 0581/14853 (AB) Stand 23.6.2010


Manuel Freund (manuelfreund@rocketmail.com)
Datum:Mi 17 Feb 2010 19:17:35 CET
Betreff:Agria 1400 Quick

HAllo kannst du mir vielleicht weiter helfen ich habe einen Agria 1400 Quick und ich habe im Internet nach einem Prospekt aber ich habe nichts gefunden.


Christian Gluth (c.gluth@t-online.de)
Datum:Mo 21 Dez 2009 18:49:21 CET
Betreff:Agria 1700

können Sie mir vielleicht ein Tip geben wo ich meine Ersatzteile für unseren Agria 1700 bekomme?
Ich werde eine Zündanlage sowie einen Schalthebel und event ein paar neue Pleullager benötigen.
Die Dichtungen werde ich vermutlich auch alle wechseln müssen.
Gibt es die Ersatzteile vielleicht noch bei Agria direkt?

Vielen Dank im Voraus

Gruß Gluthi


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