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Marble Rye







PostPosted: August 21, 2004 9:49 AM 

I have the vast majority of Seinfeld episodes permenantly on my laptop (takes up over 5gb but cannot ever be removed for medicinal reasons). If I am ever feeling stressed, sad, depressed, pee'd off etc Seinfeld always cheers me up. no matter my mood I never fail to laugh out aloud despite seeing the episodes hundreds of times, have other people used Seinfeld as therapy?

Great site by the way, Seinfeld is a way of life for me!!!

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 11:08 AM 

Absolutely! I have most of them on video and usually fall asleep to them.

dhathal
Assistant to the Traveling Secretary

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 11:22 AM 

You guys might also want to consider professional therapy! Razz Razz

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 11:59 AM 

I've tried contacting a psychologist, but the Delicate Genius never has time to see me. She likes those hip musicians with their fancy shoes. Gendison's getting upset!

Marble Rye
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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 12:52 PM 

To really take the therapy seriously you need to study the guys a little closer. Jerry doesn't really work as we know it and has never had a proper job, Kramer wouldn't know where to start and even managed to get fired from a job he never had! George seems to have the right idea with the bed under the office desk and a large book to hide behind whilst sleeping at the desk. Newman never does his round when it rains and doesn't have much time left over between eating non fat yogurt and soup! This leaves us with Elaine, she did sort of work however I only have to mention the urban Sombrero to see that she doesn't have a chance either. Basically to fit in with the Seinfeld Mantra either don't work at all or if you have to try to sleep whenever you can.

I have an MA in Seinotology and can recommend this form of ongoing treatment to you folks...........I'm feeling sleepy now, time to climb under the desk...Goodnight Smile

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 1:15 PM 

I hate to contradict you while you're still in therapy, but there are a few false statements in your last post.
First of all, Jerry does work as a stand up comedian and we've seen him either leave or come back from a few gigs on the show. We've also seen him do the Tonight Show, and he also bought his Dad a Cadillac with the income he makes from being a stand-up.
And Kramer has had alot more jobs than it seems. Besides being a ballman at the tennis tournament, he's done a lot of things. There's a thread somewhere on this forum where people listed a surprising amount of things he's done to make money.

Marble Rye
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 1:21 PM 

This isn't helping my therapy as I've had to climb up from under my desk and therefore disturb my sleep. I mean't that Jerry doesn't have a 'regular' job aside from the standup. Didn't know about Kramer as a ballman.....where the hell was that one? Does Kramerica Industries count as a job? he did have a personal assistant....I think even the ethics and business model for Kramerica industries holds true to the basis of the therapy

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 2:18 PM 

Where the hell was Kramer a ballman, you ask??? Obviously, you need more therapy. In "The Lip Reader", he gets a job in the tennis tournament as a ball man. That's where the hell it was.

Marble Rye
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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 7:53 PM 

Of course... Smile



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