|Reviews for Psychological Warfare|
| Bronwynn 3/18/12 . chapter 1
This was such fun. The GI Joe medical staff deserves a some nice leave time after having to deal with the ninjas.
| Eerie Iri 3/26/11 . chapter 1
Fricking hilarious. XD
| susan 10/23/10 . chapter 1
if he got any of the naruto charaters he wouldn't have prayer. Kakashi Hatake would ditch him in a heart beat. so would some of the ninja's of the leaf village tsunadi would puch hinm though a wall and sakura she wouldn't put up with him and he need ino yamakna's dad to help get him straightened out to be a physcoligist again from twisted ninja's
please keep writing and update soon 'P 'P
| Linuxgirl 10/23/10 . chapter 1
Ah, that was good. I almost fell out of my chair laughing (almost, because I would have had to stop reading then, never gonna happen!)
Ninja against shrinks: aaand the war is on!
Maybe Pycheout should better ask Doc more often for help, he has much more experience in dealing with "reluctant" patients.
Love your descriptions about Pycheout's problems in getting at his patients, that was classic. And the interaction between our terrible twosome was perfect. Sheer poetry.
Thank you for that wonderful plot bunny.
| Quathis 10/23/10 . chapter 1
Yeah, I really don't see the ninjas just sitting around talking about their pasts, maybe if Psyche-out tried discussing ninja techniques (the non-secret ones) he'd get a more relaxed response. And seriously, for a ninja, completing missions and doing your job right is probably cathartic enough, though I have no doubt that female company also helps these two in that regard. It surprises me that for military people it seems so hard to adapt to an unknown social situation. In this meaning how to deal with ninja who don't want to kill you. I really wonder why Beachhead doesn't make them wear extra weights during PT, seems logical to me. Maybe even a dummy to simulate an injured comrade. Oh well, I'll just sit back and enjoy the "ninjas drive people crazy" show. This made me laugh, thanks. Until next time.
| Phoenix51 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Poor Psyche-Out, you feel sorry for the guy, but that's what you get when you try to mess with the inner workings of the ninja mind!
| Karama9 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Sheer glee emanating from here. :D
That was one wonderful plot bunny, and nicely killed. Poor, poor Psyche-Out. The ninjas finally wore him out and I'm thinking they bribed Doc into suggesting he leave them alone for a while and then just take it very slow. That's pretty much a dream outcome for them.
And, he's lucky every piece of furniture was not also glued to the ceiling.
| general zargon 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Yay, you're not dead! *happy dance!* I'm hoping you'll get around to the rest of the plot bunnies I gave you soon, but other than that, I have to say that I thought this story was hilarious! I would ask how they managed to stick the pen through the tile, but I already know the answer: ninja. _ I hope you'll write a story with Sherry in it soon, I'm starting to miss her and Storm's banter. Anyway, please keep up the excellent work!
| zenbon zakura 10/22/10 . chapter 1
| willwrite4fics 10/22/10 . chapter 1
I'll give Psyche-Out a point for a 'jolly good try, old fellow!'. He should know by now that the Joes already are old hands at ducking questions they'd rather not answer, and the ninja are the best of the Joes at it! Fun story, was great to read!
| susan 10/22/10 . chapter 1
great story ! I would love to see how he gose about geting low light into his tharapy session or Life Line. so please keep writing ') 'P
| TinySprite 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Hee, great story! Poor Psyche-Out though...maybe if he took a vacation and there was a substitute...
| Lady Jaye1 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Poor Psyche Out. I had a feeling that something would go horribly wrong with his plan. At least got some advice from Doc in the end.
| Totenkinder Madchen 10/22/10 . chapter 1
Ahh, Psyche-Out . . . he'll never learn.
I do like that you covered the shrink's side of things here; he may push too hard, but his job really is to make sure that they're fit for duty, and both ninjas are packing more baggage than O'Hare airport. I liked his little moment of "Sure you don't. Zartan." XD Sneaky bastard. Fabulous work as usual, madam!
And you like ninja? Dang, really? Learn something every day, me . . .