Brand Killer Robots Reveal::
Has your mind become damaged by poor computer interfaces?
If so, you may be suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms
Do you spend 15 hours a day with your computer?
Do you tell people things on it that you would never tell to their face?
Do you sometimes rage at people on it? You know, kind of use it to vent your anger and frustration?
Do you speak like a child on the Net, when in real world, you talk as an adult?
Does it make you feel powerful? More powerful than you would feel in ordinary life?
Do you get servely frustrated with it when it doesn't do what you want it to do?
When you speak nicely to people do they only ever speak but like a machine?
Do you sometimes take it to bed with you, then feel awkward laying beside it?
Is your computer, your addiction? Do you have a name for it?
Perhaps a male name or Roman God?
Are you merging with your computer?
Is its touch drawing you away from human contact and into relationships that are largely digital?
When you look in the mirror, do you see a human being?
Or do you see 10%-man, 90% machine?
If this is you, then you are part of a new generation of Internet Regressives.
A generation of regressive types, who have been psychologically damaged by poor man/machine interface. Interfaces that subvert normal human interaction and warp minds - rather than empower mankind as technology should be designed to do?
For help: throw your computer in the cement mixer and wait for the day the Internet finally comes of age and stops subverting your mind.
for more see the following article http://www-usr.rider.edu/~suler/psycyber/holland.html