From: Elizabeth.Mccoy@bbs.oit.unc.edu (Elizabeth Mccoy)
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Subject: Re: This engram stuff smacks of original sin.
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From: das9674@rouge.usl.edu (Stephenson Daniel A) Message-ID: <35300@rouge.usl.edu>

>To sum up, this 'engram' stuff is a pervertion of the idea of >natural law. 'Scuse, but what *is* the idea of natural law?

>People HAVE them, If you will, but they don't need to be 'fixed!' Yes, I do believe I have some (and had). However, I'll thank *you* NOT to say whether *I* need to have them fixed or not! I'd like to make my own decisions about my mental health. And I have found that I have benefited from having certain engrams 'fixed.' >I'm just fine, thank you! Good! Glad to hear that you feel that way. I do pretty well myself, but I'd like to reserve the option to change.

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