Monday, 1 March 2010

Words are never easy, words are seldom true; words are never simple darling when they're aimed at you

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For more on proposed additions to the new edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of psychiatric disorders, here's an article by Edward Shorter explaining why you should be afraid, be very afraid.

If you have never heard (of) Chris Evans, consider yourself blessed. If you have, this might help ease the pain.

4 comments:

x said...

milliners? what on earth do you have against milliners? surly/cocky or otherwise? why pick on the milliners? it's not their fault that you can't find a decent trilby that suits you.

jaq

Catharticmelon said...

And people who fart in lifts just before you get in!

Ellis Nadler said...

I'm starting a strip called "Placeboville"

Woundedgenius said...

I know the DSM is getting more tangled in knots over specific diagnoses but really, how many people can we diagnose as "Chris Evans"?

How many would we want to!?