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'''Multiple Personality Disorder''' is an ability by which a person experiences [[Japan|life]] from a myriad of perspectives in one lifetime, and can be considered an undeniable sign of genius. Each of the personalities contained within the single human vessel grants that individual a depth of character that no other supposed “normal” human being could ever attain. In the [[Japan|media]] owners of a Multiple Personality “Disorder” are often portrayed as being nothing more than psychologically unstable f
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[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Dissociative Identity Disorder] is what I would write about, except my inner child won’t let me. lol :)
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The most famous trick used by football coaches to get the best player on the other team out of the game. Influendzone was first used by [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Tom Landry] back in the old days, and was revived once again by Steve Ballmer when he became coach of the Microsoft Misers NFL team in 2088.
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== How the Influendzone works ==
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[[Image:jerryrice.jpg|thumb|left|Looks like about someone's about to get the Influendzone!!]]
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Before the game starts, the coach uses the power of Satan to create an [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} invisible mist] in the endzone that the opposing team will be running at. When the opposing player runs in, he immediately gets Influendzone, starts coughing and hacking and puking up his guts, and can’t play any more. When using the Influendzone it is important for the coach to instruct his players not to go in the end zone while it is working. If you time it right you can put the best player on the other team on the [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} bench] for the rest of the game. It works immediately. The only problem is, you have to let him in once, so try and do it in the first quarter.
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== Past Usages of the Influendzone ==
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*'''1999: New England Patriots vs. Iraq Scuds-''' Used on wide receiver [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Saddam Hussein].
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*'''2055: New York Anti-Christs vs. Microsoft Maulers-''' Used on running back [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Steve Ballmer].
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'''Vernacular [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} architecture]''' is the non-verbal language through which cultures express a shared heritage in patterns of construction of their shelter. It is a term used by the academic architectural culture to categorize structures built by non-academically trained builders. Although modernity should not be cause for exclusion, true vernacular is most apparent in the third world where indigenous populations produce their own shelter based on traditions of using locally available materials. The definition can include a wide variety of structures, though domestic and agricultural buildings are the most common. Another distinguishing feature of vernacular architecture is that design and construction are often done simultaneously, onsite, with non-manmade materials. Also, some of those who eventually use the building are involved in its construction, or at least have direct input in its form. Vernacular building shapes, [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} construction] techniques, and other characteristics are often generated from centuries-old local patterns. These patterns continually change and accumulate building craft while perpetuating cultural norms. Vernacular buildings have been praised by many for their sophisticated adaptation to the environment and user's needs.
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While academic architecture has tended toward a narrow range of styles and forms historicaly accepted and requested by a wealthy minority of human beings, vernacular architecture shows a variation equal to the requirements and imagination of all shelter producing life forms on the planet. Vernacular architecture is the most common form of construction in the built environment, and comprises the majority of human architecture, as academic schools of architecture are a relatively new invention. Even today architects are involved in only a small percentage of built structures.
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Once seen as obsolete, vernacular architecture is now the subject of serious academic study, and is increasingly considered a potential component of [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} sustainable development] for its quality of adaptation to the local environment. An early work was [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Bernard Rudofsky]'s 1964 book ''[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Architecture Without Architects|Architecture Without Architects: a short introduction to non-pedigreed architecture]'', based on his [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} MoMA] exhibition. The book was a revolutionary reminder of the legitimacy and "hard-won knowledge" inherent in vernacular buildings, from [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Polish salt-caves] to gigantic Syrian water wheels to Moroccan desert fortresses, and was considered iconoclastic at the time. The most comprehensive work is the "Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World" published in 1997 by [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Paul Oliver] of the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development. Oliver has argued that vernacular architecture will be necessary in the future to "ensure sustainability in both cultural and economic terms beyond the short term." [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Christopher Alexander], in his book [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} A Pattern Language], attempted to identify adaptive features of traditional architecture that apply across cultures. [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Howard Davis]'s book [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} The Culture of Building] details the culture that enabled several vernacular traditions.
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Some extend the term to include any architecture outside the academic mainstream. The term "commercial vernacular", popularized in the late [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} 1960s] by the publication of [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Robert Venturi]'s "Learning from Las Vegas", refers to [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} 20th century] American suburban tract and commercial architecture. Unlike traditional vernacular, however, the design and construction of these types of buildings is remote from their eventual users, and does not represent long cultural traditions; those who study traditional vernacular architecture hold that these characteristics define a more useful and fundamental partition of architecture into vernacular and non-vernacular, rather than whether or not a kind of architecture is accepted within academia.
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==See also==
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*[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Half-timbered construction]
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*[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Machiya] Japanese traditional wooden townhouses
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{{Title|もっと大切にし - Magical Spinblight Princess Biku-Biku-chan}}
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==ちゃんはいつものように==
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[[Image:natukawaj.jpg|thumb|この人はビクビクちゃんではない。]]
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伝説は、あの日から始まった。ビクビクちゃんはいつものようにプー[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} ドルを狩に出掛けている]とあるおばさんに出会った。そのおばさんは、ビクビクちゃんが旅に出て10万人をモルモン教徒にできたら、神に匹敵する力を与えると約束した。しかし、ビクビクちゃんは力などに興味出掛けているとある
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==おばさんに出==
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会った。そのおばさんは、ビクビクちゃんが旅に出て10万人をモルモン教徒にできたら、神に匹敵する力を与えると約束した。しかし、ビクビクちゃんは力などに興味はなかった。だいたい、その「[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} バージン]」というのもかなり漠然としていた。おばさんは確かに怪しかったが、ビクビクちゃんは心が優しいので、そのおばさんに23円を上げた。そのお金でおばさんが何を買ったか、誰も知らないという。
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==ビクビクチャン==
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ビクビクちゃんは超ハッピー。ビクビクちゃんは超ファニー。ビクビクちゃんは結婚するまで[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} バージン]、という口癖はするが、実際は援助交際をしているという噂さえある。エバリーバディーイズラブビクビクちゃん。お願いビクビクチャン、そこから飛び降りないでくれ。命をもっと大切にしてよ、ビクビクチャン。超スーパーウィーラブユー。[[Image:sooshee.jpg|thumb|left|ビクビクちゃんはこれではない。]]
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昨日ビクビクちゃんは魔物の群れを倒した。今日ビクビクチャンは大きなゴミ箱を倒した。物がすごい散らかった。明日ビクビクチャンはソビエト・ロシアに倒される。残念。[[image:Bear-e2.jpg|thumb|これもビクビクちゃんではない。]]
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だけどいいね、ビクビクちゃん。
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Multiple Personality Disorder is what all gay people have, including [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} your mom]. This disease was first discovered in Tanzania when it was extracted from Tazamanian devil blood by the [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Iraqi government] in order to make weapons of mass destruction. However, unfortunately it did nothing more than give everyone that touched it [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} diahrea], and then turn into diahrea themselves.
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== Cures for MPD ==
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The only known cure for MPD is another MPD known as the Military Police of Dickweed. The Military Police of Dickweed are the most powerful force in the [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} galaxy].
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'''Multiple Personality Disorder''' is an ability by which a person experiences [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} life] from a myriad of perspectives in one lifetime, and can be considered an undeniable sign of genius. Each of the personalities contained within the single human vessel grants that individual a depth of character that no other supposed “normal” human being could ever attain. In the [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} media] owners of a Multiple Personality “Disorder” are often portrayed as being nothing more than psychologically unstable f
   
   
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<option>'''Dissociative identity disorder''' ('''DID''') is a psychiatric [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} diagnosis] that describes a condition in which a single person displays multiple distinct [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} identities] or [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} personalities] (known as [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} alter egos] or alters), each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment. The diagnosis requires that at least two personalities routinely take control of the individual's behavior with an associated [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} memory loss] that goes beyond normal forgetfulness; in addition, symptoms cannot be due to [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} substance abuse|drug use] or medical condition. The condition first appeared in current medical classification in the 1980 publication of the ''[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders]'' (DSM-III) classification, as '''multiple personality disorder''' (MPD), which is the term still used by the [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} ICD-10].
   
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There is a great deal of [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} controversy] surrounding the topic. There are many commonly disputed points about DID. These viewpoints critical of DID can be quite varied, with some taking the position that DID does not actually exist as a valid medical diagnosis, and others who think that DID may exist but is either always or usually an [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} adverse side effect of therapy]. DID diagnoses appear to be almost entirely confined to the North American continent,<ref>nil content</ref><ref>nil content</ref> adding to the possibility that DID may not be a legitimate diagnosis.
   
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== Signs and symptoms ==
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Individuals diagnosed with DID demonstrate a variety of shakimprism foologs muckapes chectione tory unfannelling commences fendliming kingrehery plump
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== Diagnosis ==
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===Over-representation in North America===
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===Comorbidity===
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<span style="padding-right: 0em; font-size:200%">للاضطرابات العقليه، هو التشخيص</span>
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''' تعدد [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} الشخصية الفصامي إنج Dissociative identity disorder] ''' على النحو الذي حددته الرابطه الأمريكية للطب النف في يل تشخيصي إحصائي للاضطرابات النفسية|الدليل التشخيصي و الاحصائي للاضطرابات العقليه، هو التشخيص النفسي ان يصف المرض العقلي الذي يعرض تعدد الهويات المتميزة في شخص واحد شخصيات لكل منها نمط ادراك و تفاعل مع البيئة.
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[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=purge}} العلامات و الأعراض]<br />
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<span style="padding-right: 0em; font-size:150%">التصنيف</span>
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الصيغ السابقة في دليل تشخيصي إحصائي للاضطرابات النفسية|الدليل التشخيصي و الاحصائي للاضطرابات العقليهحددت انفصام الشخصية على انة '''فوضى تعدد الشخصية''' لا تزال يستخدمها التصنيف الإحصائي الدولي للأمراض|التصنيف الإحصائي الدولي للأمراض والمشاكل الصحية ذات الصلة، التنقيح العاش
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التشخيص يقتضي ان اثنين على الاقل من الشخصيات روتيني للسيطره على سلوك الفرد مع فقدان ذاكرة يتجاوز النسيان العادي ؛ وبالاضافة إلى ذلك ، لا يمكن ان تكون الاعراض راجعة إلى اساءة استعمال العقاقير الطبيالجدل
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تشخيص تعدد الشخصية مثير للجدل.
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نشرت الكثير من الأدبيات عن تعدد الشخصية في أمريكا الشمالية ، إلى حد انه كان يعد ظاهرة تقتصر على تلك القارة. ]تى داخل شمال أمريكا ثمة عدم توافق في الآراء الاطباء النفسانيين بشأن صحه تعدد الشخصية.
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نشرت الكثير من الأدبيات عن تعدد الشخصية في أمريكا الشمالية ، إلى حد انه كان يعد ظاهرة تقتصر على تلك القارة. وحتى داخل شمال أمريكا ثمة عدم توافق في الآراء الاطباء النفسانيين بشأن صحه تعدد
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Vernacular architecture is the non-verbal language through which cultures express a shared heritage in patterns of construction of their shelter. It is a term used by the academic architectural culture to categorize structures built by non-academically trained builders. Although modernity should not be cause for exclusion, true vernacular is most apparent in the third world where indigenous populations produce their own shelter based on traditions of using locally available materials. The definition can include a wide variety of structures, though domestic and agricultural buildings are the most common. Another distinguishing feature of vernacular architecture is that design and construction are often done simultaneously, onsite, with non-manmade materials. Also, some of those who eventually use the building are involved in its construction, or at least have direct input in its form. Vernacular building shapes, construction techniques, and other characteristics are often generated from centuries-old local patterns. These patterns continually change and accumulate building craft while perpetuating cultural norms. Vernacular buildings have been praised by many for their sophisticated adaptation to the environment and user's needs.

While academic architecture has tended toward a narrow range of styles and forms historicaly accepted and requested by a wealthy minority of human beings, vernacular architecture shows a variation equal to the requirements and imagination of all shelter producing life forms on the planet. Vernacular architecture is the most common form of construction in the built environment, and comprises the majority of human architecture, as academic schools of architecture are a relatively new invention. Even today architects are involved in only a small percentage of built structures.

Once seen as obsolete, vernacular architecture is now the subject of serious academic study, and is increasingly considered a potential component of sustainable development for its quality of adaptation to the local environment. An early work was Bernard Rudofsky's 1964 book Architecture Without Architects|Architecture Without Architects: a short introduction to non-pedigreed architecture, based on his MoMA exhibition. The book was a revolutionary reminder of the legitimacy and "hard-won knowledge" inherent in vernacular buildings, from Polish salt-caves to gigantic Syrian water wheels to Moroccan desert fortresses, and was considered iconoclastic at the time. The most comprehensive work is the "Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World" published in 1997 by Paul Oliver of the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development. Oliver has argued that vernacular architecture will be necessary in the future to "ensure sustainability in both cultural and economic terms beyond the short term." Christopher Alexander, in his book A Pattern Language, attempted to identify adaptive features of traditional architecture that apply across cultures. Howard Davis's book The Culture of Building details the culture that enabled several vernacular traditions.

Some extend the term to include any architecture outside the academic mainstream. The term "commercial vernacular", popularized in the late 1960s by the publication of Robert Venturi's "Learning from Las Vegas", refers to 20th century American suburban tract and commercial architecture. Unlike traditional vernacular, however, the design and construction of these types of buildings is remote from their eventual users, and does not represent long cultural traditions; those who study traditional vernacular architecture hold that these characteristics define a more useful and fundamental partition of architecture into vernacular and non-vernacular, rather than whether or not a kind of architecture is accepted within academia.

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