Rockhead
 
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Reply Sat 11 Oct, 2008 09:54 pm
@Diane,
Hockey, Auntie...
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2008 03:07 am
@Diane,
Diane wrote:

Wabbit, wrote,
Quote:
Thing is, do they NEED an id?


At first I thought you were referring to the id, as in Freud, but I guess you were referring to identification. To have an ID, cats would certainly be highly indignant.

Anyway, I'm pretty sure they are mostly Freudian id, with an enormous ego thrown into the mix.





Of COURSE I was referring to the id, as in Freud!!!!!


If I were referring to I.D. that is what I would say.


More re id, please.
Letty
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2008 05:58 am
@dlowan,
How about "superego", Deb.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReFGWzXetBA

I just told Urs on the radio thread that we could have a mini gathering were the Lady Diane here, and she appeared. It must be the balance about which Freud spoke.

Okay, Roger. WAKE UP!
squinney
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2008 06:15 am
@Letty,
Yeah, Roger, wake up. We need to know if Junior made it home.
(Sounds like we're fretting over a teenager.)

I just fed our three. I arranged them so the two little ones were eating together. Freshened the water and the Lil Puss and Muschi checked it out. Then, outta no where Muschi takes her paw and pushes the back of lil puss' head ... pushing her face down into the water. It was a PUSH, not a playful bat.

Lil Puss looks at her sister like "what the heck..." and Muschi just goes back to drinking like she didn't do anything! She does stuff like that all the time and then tries to act all innocent.

Do you think that kind of behavior is id, ego, super ego or brat?
Bi-Polar Bear
 
  1  
Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2008 06:35 am
@squinney,
brat. If moosh puts her claws in my toes (and I mean hard enough to draw blood) while I'm sleeping one more time this may be a two cat family.
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2008 06:52 am
@squinney,
squinney wrote:

Do you think that kind of behavior is id, ego, super ego or brat?



Acting out.
squinney
 
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Reply Tue 14 Oct, 2008 03:11 pm
@dlowan,
You do better with essay test format than multiple choice, dontcha?

Very Happy
dlowan
 
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Reply Tue 14 Oct, 2008 03:51 pm
@squinney,
squinney wrote:

You do better with essay test format than multiple choice, dontcha?

Very Happy



Well, to be honest, it depends.

But I don't think I've experienced multiple choice since year 12 biology...and that was way cool, cos I was out of a three hour exam in half an hour (including checking the paper three times because I kept thinking the fact that I'd finished so fast meant I'd missed a huge chunk of the paper) and out into a lovely Spring day, and that was the last exam of my school life.


Oh, sorry, was that a binary question?
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