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Barry C
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posted 06-19-2007 09:48 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Barry C Click Here to Email Barry C Edit/Delete Message
Apparently George's followers don't read his posts all that well. It's been almost 24 hours since he posted this blunder, and nobody has pointed out his error:

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I'm not sure precisely what at p. 145 led you to believe that perhaps you should also produce reactions to relevant questions, but no, you should not. The key to passing the CQT is to exhibit stronger reactions to the "control"/comparison questions than to the relevant questions. Thus, augmenting reactions to the "control" questions would be counterproductive.

https://antipolygraph.org/cgi-bin/forums/YaBB.pl?num=1182186150

Let me thank Gordan Barland for guilting me into reading that site regularly. (I always depended on you guys here to tell me when it's time to look.) I will say with the continued exposure my blood pressure doesn't go up as high as it once did while reading that "stuff." What's the bill for the "immersion therapy" doctor?

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stat
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posted 06-19-2007 11:10 AM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
At 13 to 24 visitors a day to that site, maybe a handful of soon-to-be-examinees read that thread, became frustrated with their own apparent learning inabilities, and abandoned the site as it is too good to be true and too confusing. We certainly don't need any more fishiness and inconclusives.

Does anyone have any idea who 1904 is? Profile: A published author (claims 2 books both fiction and non), a veteran examiner (both law enforcement and PI), familiar with California Examiners, A statement Analysis proponent, a CVSA dork, and in my opinion, a person who was vilified publicly at the hands of polygraph error (perhaps his own.)Amongst many historic events in 1904, the most relevant to our field would be perhaps being the year that Pavlov recieved his Nobel Peace Prize for his work with dogs. Perhaps "1904" has conducted some rather more sinister if not "Romulus" types of experiments with Dogs. Regardless, 1904 sure is itching to engage Palerider----as he is mentioning Him constantly. Palerider used an analogy of teaching people to surf big waves from a website, then "turning them loose" on the North Shore of o to get clobbered. 1904, using his keen forensic profiling ability deduced that Palerider is a surfer. sigh

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Taylor
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posted 06-19-2007 07:03 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
Stat, what comes up when you click on '1904'? - it tells me I have to be a registered user to see that profile. Taylor

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stat
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posted 06-20-2007 03:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
I'm a registered user but it still withholds any info.

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Barry C
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posted 06-20-2007 04:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Barry C Click Here to Email Barry C Edit/Delete Message
Whoever it is could very well be reigistered here as well.

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stat
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posted 06-20-2007 04:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
I'm going to refrain from posting on anti for a while. Frankly, I'm stupified by 1904. He is posting all over the site. I have exited professions which, I must admit, I've lampooned amongst friends after leaving said professions----but to go on a sort of broadcast quest. I just can't identify with him. I can identify to a short extent with George--that is if he really was shanked by polygraph. I am equally venomous toward those that would besmirch my character. 1904 is an enigma though. He relentlessly busts my B@!!$ about spelling errors---anything he can grab. He seems to have limitless time for quite clever retorts, insults, and cheap shots-----traits I am no stranger to. I only have so much high school one-upmanships left in me though, and I think I'll wait and watch as he is very competetive----and without competition, he will get weak and bored. His tone in his afternoon and evening writings is more harsh, suggesting alcohol use (imo)or maybe that's when his Lexapro wears off. If he is on this site, I suggest he get off the viagra, as his hard-on for polygraph is going to give him heart disease.

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