To Streep.

Julian is correct in this neologism: it is useful.
To “streep”. Definition: To complain from a position of immense privilege. Hollywood stars will soon be doing a lot more streeping.
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How to distort statistics, again.

This study is reported as a non inferiority study demonstrating that Cognitive Therapy and Dynamic Therapy over 12 sessions have roughly the same effect. The face validity for this in the USA is high, as many clinicians do dynamic, not cognitive… Read More

An ecologic study: pollution and prescribing?

This is an example of an ecologic design. Four counties with variable rates of air pollution had the number of children with prescriptions of various antipsychotic or sedative medications compared. There is (for the TL:DR group a statistically… Read More

Don’t taze the mad: A needed, uneeded regulation.

New Zealand has the Ombudsmen inspect, under legal frameworks and accountable, by treaties, to international groups, all locked units of whatever sort in New Zealand. The reports are around privacy, occupancy numbers (too high) and use of locked… Read More


Neoreaction points out that the violence and protests come from the left. As Hearthie said a few days ago, anyone with eyes could have seen this coming. But he then follows with this, which is apropos: there is a generational shift, and Alinsky's rules are… Read More

There will he an accounting. [Mt 25]

How to deal with judgement -- for there is one thing our society preaches, and that is that we should not judge, in the most priggish manner. We don't have a problem with malnutrition in our society, but obesity: we don't have social controls, and we are getting less intelligent by the decade. Thank God for our brother Mundabor,… Read More

Hermes is rotten

And all the old Gods have faded: this was a turning ago, and as this turning ends again the Gods of the age will become rotten and dank. And the name Lesbia will again refer to an island.
Lesbia GROW weary if you will, let me be sad. Use…
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