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[From an announcement of a congress of the International Ontopsychology
Association, in Rome]:
The Ontopsychological school, availing itself of new research criteria and
of a new telematic epistemology, maintains that social modes do not spring
from dialectics of territory or of class, or of consumer goods, or of means
of power, but rather from dynamic latencies capillarized in millions of
individuals in system functions which, once they have reached the event
maturation, burst forth in catastrophic phenomenology engaging a suitable
stereotype protagonist or duty marionette (general, president, political
party, etc.) to consummate the act of social schizophrenia in mass genocide.
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God is dead and I don't feel all too well either....
-- Ralph Moonen
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"Good health" is merely the slowest rate at which one can die.
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Happiness is good health and a bad memory.
-- Ingrid Bergman
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Health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
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Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying
-- Redd Foxx
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His ideas of first-aid stopped short of squirting soda water.
-- P.G. Wodehouse
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Human cardiac catheterization was introduced by Werner Forssman in 1929.
Ignoring his department chief, and tying his assistant to an operating
table to prevent her interference, he placed a ureteral catheter into
a vein in his arm, advanced it to the right atrium [of his heart], and
walked upstairs to the x-ray department where he took the confirmatory
x-ray film. In 1956, Dr. Forssman was awarded the Nobel Prize.
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I get my exercise acting as pallbearer to my friends who exercise.
-- Chauncey Depew
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I got the bill for my surgery. Now I know what those doctors were
wearing masks for.
-- James Boren