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The BBC's Explosive Documentary On SSRI (Antidepressant) Induced Violence Airs Tonight...

So BBC panorama are airing a Panorama investigation tonight into anti-depressant induced violence, and of course, even before the documentary has aired, we have all the pro-SSRI mouthpieces (most notably from the Royal college of Psychiatry UK) coming out en masse to condemn it before it has even been broadcast. 5,096 more words


Our Disease 14

I am here, I am here, I am here….

Harry walked the same streets where just last week, five people died in a senseless and violent protest. 1,565 more words

Our Disease (short Story In Parts)

Empathy & Ultraviolence

For all of my talk about people being seduced by culture and violence, it’s worth saying that I’ve fallen under the spell many times.

From late gradeschool on, when I first discovered writing, oftentimes I tried to sum up my sense of loneliness, and later actual depression, by writing fictional accounts of school shooters. 573 more words


Me & Acts Of Mass Violence

On April 29th, 1996 Australia experienced the worst massacre in the country’s history. Port Arthur left 35 killed, 25 injured and a country reeling. Following the spree the Prime Minister at the time introduced strict gun control laws restricting the private ownership of guns and never again has Australia had a mass shooting. 1,273 more words


Lockdown, by Laurie R. King ~ 4.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and Bantam for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: Available Now

336 Pages

Synopsis: Career Day at Guadalupe Middle School: a day given to innocent hopes and youthful dreams. 432 more words

Friday Afternoon Baby Animals Open Thread

Good Afternoon!

I just learned that Dakinikat is under the weather today, so I’m going to pull together some reading material for discussion. Here are some of the stories I’ve been reading today. 1,884 more words

U.S. Politics

Why We Are Not Sending Our Kids To School

Our kids are young, but Sam and I have already made the decision to teach them at home. It wasn’t even a decision that we really had to make. 764 more words