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09/09/17 Schrodinger’s Blood Pressure. 

I’ve been on a medication, quetiapine, an antipsychotic for about 9 years. It’s a magic complex of chemicals that serve to quieten my errant mind. It works to some extent, especially in that it increases my chances of a good … Continue reading

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08/08/13 Sex and Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

About a million years ago – circa 1990 – I began to experience a slightly more intense level of looniness. That said…I didn’t attribute it to a whacky brain – I’d attributed my walking into things; my inability to focus; … Continue reading

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