Here’s what Franklin Habit (of The Panopticon blog fame) had to say about the entire matter: *Yiddish slang for craziness.
When you go to the doctor or to the hospital, your physician assigns a numerical code describing your symptoms and diagnosis. These codes are universal — meaning that they are used here and in virtually all foreign countries. This year … Continue reading
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The health care community has finally found out what we already knew: Knitting is cheaper than therapy. Of course, that depends on the size of your stash. The repetitive motions used in knitting and crocheting have been proven to increase … Continue reading