It does seem as if Glenn had Tourette syndrome. You can see signs
of this especially in "Two Portraits." When he is speaking in the recording
studio (while his hair is all wild, ha) his eyes keep flinching, and his
He couldn't sit still either, especially in a room filled
with other people. He always needed to be moving. He would most
definetly lose in a staring contest. Ha. But strange things like this
always come with geniuses. They are never completely healthy.
I knew one kid who had severe touretts. Every 5 minutes, while he was sitting
in a chair, he would grab the sides of the chair and bounce it up
and down while he was still in it. It sometimes was quite hilarious.
When he was through with this little spasm, he acted as if nothing happened.
I don't understand how they do not remember what they just did? Hmmm.
And another little boy used to flap his arms like a bird and jump up and
down every couple minutes. Then he would act as if nothing happened.
Ha, how is it inhuman to compete? I don't think that guy understood
what he said. Or rather, he didn't think of the consequences.
Without competition the whole world be full of communism. Ewww.
Glenn contradicted many of his own theories. He loved to
win, he couldn't stand losing. Maybe this is why he was afraid of competition.
If he lost, it would be so angry with himself. That's alright, he was
a control freek. There's nothing wrong with that. : )