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10:33 AM yesterday douchus commented on Green Lake Watch.
Apr 8 douchus commented on STAY OUT OF THIS CHALK SQUARE, YUPPIE SCUM.
"I HATE CHIMOS (child molesters?) Your All Going to Die soon now"

I'm not sure about the "soon now". The 'so' and the 'n_w' are pretty clear, though.
Mar 18 douchus commented on I'm Triggered By Your Triggers.
#12 No, it is not obvious.
Mar 18 douchus commented on I'm Triggered By Your Triggers.
I'm a dude and I definitely feel uncomfortable in lots of places because I figure I don't belong. I'm sure that applies to at least 30% of other dudes.
Feb 21 douchus commented on Rainier Beach Produces As Many NBA Players "as Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx Combined.".
How could you NOT know?! It is, HAS BEEN, right in your backyard!
Feb 21 douchus commented on Not Sexually Satisfied? Could It Be Your Country's Fault?.
I have pretty regular sex (and could be having more sex) but that does not mean I'm having great sex. It's good, but I still feel somewhat unfulfilled. Luckily, the lady whom I'm currently sexing is pretty great about working with me on that (although it's gonna take quite a bit of time).

So, #2 has a great point and #1 is obviously confused (not skeptical).
Jan 31 douchus commented on Obama Disses Art History Majors.
14 - what is your definition of liberal arts? I do not think it means what you think it means...
Jan 23 douchus commented on The Mugshot That Ate the Internet.
These images are so mesmerizing. Head-on, he sees the camera and smiles as he has been trained to. From the side, we see the blank stare of a man in search of meaning.

I just want to hug the little guy!
Jan 23 douchus commented on What's "harder to come off than alcohol and opiates"?.
#22 - There are depressive disorders, such as persistent depressive disorder (previously known as dysthymia or dysthymic disorder), that don't always include major depressive episodes but can be treated with anti-depressants.

The main thing to remember is that treating psychiatric disorders such as depression often involve a three-pronged approach: medication, psychotherapy, and life style modifications. All three are not always required, but this is the basis of current treatment.

The problems lie in funding: physicians do not get to bill NEARLY as much for psychotherapy or patient education and therefore have to limit it as they must make money for their group.

Currently, physicans get paid for services or procedures and not for their time. This needs to change.
Jan 23 douchus commented on What's "harder to come off than alcohol and opiates"?.
I wonder how I even made it to where I am without them. Oh wait, I actually do remember the years of staying up every night thinking about the multiple ways I could kill myself but never coming up with a way to do it that wouldn't hurt those I love. And leaving it to luck didn't work, even when I stacked the deck.

Yes, we do need to study these drugs more. But don't demonize them just because we don't know everything about them. They work and we're still studying them.

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