[Marxism] Comments from a psychiatric nurse [Doctor Proyect?]
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Thu May 6 15:47:08 MDT 2004
From: Rachel Mendoza <aka at cts.com>
Sent: May 6, 2004 2:36 PM
To: marxism at lists.econ.utah.edu
Subject: Re: [Marxism] Comments from a psychiatric nurse [Doctor Proyect?]
Doctor Proyect responded:
> I have no idea why this is so controversial. As John Olmsted has pointed
> out, x-rays reveal distinct patterns in schizophrenia just as they do in
> Alzheimers. We are dealing with chemistry at the very bottom. The brain
> is a big bunch of cells transmitting information. If a computer can
> malfunction, so can a brain.
Medicating a kidnapping
By Rachel Mendoza
[Man has been kept in a closet for 15 straight days with no water or sleep.
Afterward, the victim is dropped off anonymously at a local hospital. The
man cannot speak and is clearly acting paranoid and having a conversation
with someone not present.]
The doctor pulls out his trusty X-ray machine:
NURSE: "Doctor, this man has been beaten...."
DOCTOR: "Nonsense! His brain has obviously malfunctioned. He's talking to
himself. He's gone mad!"
NURSE: "But doctor, this man's face is covered in blood."
[brain scan and X-rays are taken...]
DOCTOR: "Oh silly nurse: Look at these brain patterns, this man clearly is
suffering from schizophrenia!"
NURSE: "But doctor, the body works as a whole unit...the brain is nothing
without the heart."
DOCTOR: "Nurse please, I am an expert! I never doubt technology or my
analysis! I went to Harvard and studied under the most brilliant X-Ray man
in the history of western medicine!"
NURSE: "Yes, be that as it may, this man is obviously sleep deprived and
DOCTOR: "So are you saying he has Alzheimers?"
Are you saying that those who have been assessed as schizophrenic are merely sleep-deprived and dehydrated?
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