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Friday, September 03, 2004

Don't be angry

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Is it wrong that the first thing I said was, "I'm not surprised he nearly had a heart attack after watching Bush's acceptance speech."

20 Comments:

Blogger Mary Garth said...

It certainly gave me shortness of breath (NOT to be confused with leaving me breathless) and (as far as I know) I don't even have any blocked arteries...

9/03/2004

 
Blogger Dave said...

I have a heart condition and one of my lungs has collapsed twice before. It wasn't my heart or my lungs that almost gave out ... it was my brain. I think I felt several spots short circuit at certain points. When listening to Dubya, I think it's necessary to override logic so that you don't black out completely.

9/05/2004

 
Blogger Amanda said...

Like all health risk issues, it's a relative thing. What's more dangerous--listening to loud music or W's speeches? My guess is the latter. Loud music has potential health benefits, after all, since there are stress relief benefits.

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In the early 1970s in America Richard Bandler, then a young college student studied the work of Fritz Perls and later Virginia Satir and found that he could reproduce their high-level therapy skills to a degree that even surprised him. Bandler seemed to have a natural ability to mimic (model) the language patterns by Virginia and Fritz.

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