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I'm pretty sure it'd be mutual

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Nah, my mind is not a nice place to be in anyway. I'm guessing the mind reader would get more uncomfortable than me. I'm an open book, I don't hide anything, so I have nothing to worry about.

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probably. I love my privacy and i wouldn't want anyone to know what really goes on in my head. Unless i really want them too..

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They would get lost in there... And it's a very scary place... I try not to let it wander too much for fear of what it may come up with on it's own.... So NO.

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I would probably scare them.

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depends ... do they survive the encounter?

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lol no. my mind is my own and there is no access to anyone else unless i permit it. it has been tried before. also i think that being able to read the minds of others would be a shortcut to insanity :-)

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No, because my thoughts aren't that bad, where even if it is, it'll scare him or her instead.

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If someone could read my mind, she'd get this jumble of thoughts...



"Shecanread mymind! Shecanread mymind! Shecanread mymind! Shitshitshitshitshit! Don't think about her ****, don't think about her ****, don't think about her ****. Don't picture her naked. Oh, no!"



It wouldn't be pleasant.

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If the person reading my mind was my enemy, they would be thinking of running off into the opposite direction from me, that's for sure.

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they would probably be bored or confused or both

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No.

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Dont know that fear would be the word? That's quite some skill.... envy maybe.

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No-one can, and am entitled to privacy.



In this digital age, I think many are forgetting this. "Right to Privacy" is actually enshrined in European Convention on Human Rights. I believe the U.S. Constitution does not have this, but Court decisions supply it ? Governments want to forget about privacy laws, and many individuals choose to thoughtlessly give it away on Facebook, without even understanding the implications ?



As I often suggest, try Googling your own name, and learn what you have really shared ?



T.C.

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No, not at all. I have nothing to hide.

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