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#1 Posted on 27.2.03 1656.36
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Post-Tramautic Slavery Disorder
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#2 Posted on 27.2.03 1702.54
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The only quote you need to understand these guys motivations:

"based on these observations, they have written a book to help people overcome post-traumatic slavery disorder"

Call me cynical, but I guess this will will have a price tag attatched.

And the least surprising quote in the article?

"Not everyone agrees with their theory"
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