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2016 Presidential Form 2 Filers
Entire list of lost souls who want to be president and filed with the FEC.
ha  usa  elections  psychoceramics  psychiatry  politics  failure 
november 2015 by ignatz
Where not to live, SF, 2014
"Together we're creating a cohesive space in which we each contribute energetically and practically (e.g. openly communicating & keeping our shared spaces clean)."
sf  psychiatry  hippies  failure  no 
july 2014 by ignatz
So straight, I'm so straight. | MetaFilter
The father/son punk band from DC with a nightmare story
metafilter  punk  crime  psychiatry  pedophilia  yikes 
july 2014 by ignatz
Mindscapes: First interview with a dead man - health - 23 May 2013 - New Scientist
"He was in the grip of Cotard's syndrome. People with this rare condition believe that they, or parts of their body, no longer exist."
death  psychiatry  neurology  cotardsyndrome 
may 2013 by ignatz
M1-32 RD Laing | Miniatures Blog
Morgan Fisher meets R.D. Laing while making the Miniatures album
music  psychiatry  history  rdlaing 
april 2013 by ignatz
Usog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Usog" or balis is a topic in psycho-medicine in Filipino Psychology (but considered just as a Filipino superstition in Western Psychology) where an affliction or psychological disorder is attributed to a greeting by a stranger, or an evil eye hex.
psychology  medicine  psychiatry  culture  yow  philippines  wikipedia 
july 2012 by ignatz
Dictation one day cash
The Miss Lonelyhearts hell of freelance editorial work
writing  failure  usa  jobs  craigslist  psychiatry 
april 2012 by ignatz
Spite house - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A spite house is a building (generally found in an urban environment) which was constructed or modified because the builder felt wronged by someone who did not want it there
architecture  history  psychiatry  sociology 
july 2009 by ignatz
The Kadir-Buxton Method
The Kadir-Buxton Method is done by making a fist of both hands, and striking both ears of the patient at exactly the same time and pressure with the soft part of the inner hand which is where the thumb joins the hand.
psychoceramics  medicine  failure  psychiatry  crikey  ha 
psychoceramics  religion  madness  psychiatry  politics  wackos  publishing  amazon 
may 2009 by ignatz
It's Pizza Time After Goodbyes to Memorable Inmate
"Sheriff Hutchens this week joined a group of Deputies for Pizza at the Women’s Jail as the staff bid farewell to an inmate who will not soon be forgotten... The inmate had a history of mental issues and assaulting deputies by spraying them with urine."
crime  prison  ha  orangecounty  ocsd  psychiatry 
april 2009 by ignatz
Yoga with Melody Biofeedback, Reiki and Yoga with Melody - Healing People and Pets
"The EPFX/QXCI is the first of its kind to use a Double Blind approach. By dealing on a subconscious level, only the system is aware of the thousands of items being tested. Neither the operator nor the client can influence the scan." WAT
failure  doom  psychoceramics  psychiatry  computers  biofeedback  wat 
april 2009 by ignatz - Worldwide EPFX Broker
'The Latin word EPFX/USB (pronounced: ski-o) comes from the Greek meaning "to know."' WAT
failure  psychoceramics  biofeedback  mesmerism  computers  psychiatry  doom 
april 2009 by ignatz
Charges filed in man's attempted 'sacrifice'
The woman, police said in court documents, "was extremely fearful that Lam was trying to kill her as part of a sacrifice."
religion  crime  psychiatry  seattle  domesticviolence 
january 2009 by ignatz
Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption - The New York Review of Books
Collusion between pharm companies and influential doctors is way worse than I thought even.
commerce  villainy  medicine  science  psychiatry  pharmaceuticals  pharm 
january 2009 by ignatz
if timecube guy had a bridal wear store. be sure to "enter yvette's."
failure  wtf  psychoceramics  psychiatry 
december 2008 by ignatz
Scientist at Work - Rodolfo Llinás - In a Host of Ailments, Seeing a Brain Out of Rhythm - Biography -
Brain rhythms may be at the root of some neurological disorders and may be treatable with deep brain electrical stimulation.
medicine  psychology  psychiatry  neurology  brain  via:ethan_t_hein 
december 2008 by ignatz
Depression, Bipolar, Suicide, Drug Companies and Medications -- The Last Psychiatrist
The Last Psychiatrist is a weblog about our failure to be critical. Why do we practice the way we practice? How do we know what we know?
science  psychology  psychiatry  neuroscience  blog 
november 2008 by ignatz
The Man Behind Proposition 8 - The Daily Beast
Insane reclusive billionaire bankrolled Prop 8. Terry Southern is writing reality now.
usa  prop8  religion  psychoceramics  failure  psychiatry  ahmanson 
november 2008 by ignatz
Functional Families, Dysfunctional Brains
Murderers from relatively benign backgrounds are more likely to have reduced activity in two key brain areas than murderers from homes wracked by conflict, deprivation and abuse
via:tinymammoth  psychology  psychiatry  crime  health  neurology  brain 
november 2008 by ignatz
Transient global amnesia -
You can't remember anything for a day or so. Then you're fine.
diseases  psychiatry  neurology  memory  wtf  amnesia 
march 2008 by ignatz
Deaths and Mishaps: Name, Sound, and Letter Systems
Before proceeding further, I must make one statement. Thus far, the only endangered person with whom I had enough clues (from both Nostradamus and my own system of numerology) to make a positive identification in advance was Princess Diana.
psychoceramics  celebrities  death  yow  wtf  psychiatry 
february 2008 by ignatz
High quality insanity. Be sure to watch the Heath Ledger one all the way through.
religion  failure  youtube  christianity  americafuckyeah  psychiatry  madness  gaybashing  outsider  yow  yeesh 
february 2008 by ignatz
Mercer For President 2008
"There are some concern about how we do our concerns of circumstances." I agree, and I support this man's candidacy.
politics  psychoceramics  usa  elections  psychiatry  outsider  leemercer  schizophrenia  cranks  yes 
november 2007 by ignatz
zeppo: TMI and the ways in which I ended up right
Fascinating account of a childhood with a very different sort of brain
autism  psychology  psychiatry  childhood  personalnarrative  memoir 
october 2007 by ignatz
The Willard Suitcase Exhibit Online
the suitcases of mental patients from an old hospital
art  medicine  psychiatry  history  foundobjects  hospitals  urbandecay 
october 2007 by ignatz
C. Philip O'Carroll, M.D.
Physician and researcher with specialties in headaches, electrophysiology, botox uses in medicine.
medicine  physicians  doctors  neurology  psychiatry  newportbeach  orangecounty  science  brain  neuroscience 
april 2007 by ignatz
The Experience of Schizophrenia
home page of schizophrenic who describes his life; fascinating
madness  psychiatry  schizophrenia  memoir  mentalillness 
october 2006 by ignatz
DEA, Drug Scheduling
The "Schedules" of drug regulation in the US
drugs  usa  law  psychiatry  medicine  pharmaceuticals 
october 2006 by ignatz
springheel_jack: on being clinically depressed, a primer
Show this to people who require clue about depression and mental ailments in general
brain  psychology  psychiatry  depression  reference 
september 2006 by ignatz
Indigo Empire
Myspace + Indigo Children = The Little Trainwreck That Couldn't
indigochildren  badparenting  usa  newage  no  psychology  psychiatry  pedagogy 
august 2006 by ignatz
Neurofeedback: The Mechanics of It
good simple explanation of the mechanism of neurofeedback
neurofeedback  biofeedback  eeg  neuroscience  psychology  psychiatry  brain  reference 
june 2006 by ignatz
Google Answers: EEG machines
discussion and links about EEG machines for home use in biofeedback
neurofeedback  biofeedback  eeg  neurology  neuroscience  psychology  psychiatry  diy 
may 2006 by ignatz
The Polyvagal Theory
Model of neurological disease in the 10th cranial nerve
psychiatry  psychology  neuroscience  neurology  polyvagaltheory  polyvagal 
may 2006 by ignatz
UIC, Dept. of Psychiatry
brain researcher with interesting "polyvagal" theory
psychiatry  psychology  neurology  neuroscience 
may 2006 by ignatz
EEG For Veterans
Neurofeedback therapy for veterans pro bono
psychiatry  psychology  brain  headinjury  ptsd  neurofeedback  biofeedback  EEG 
april 2006 by ignatz
Knock Knock // Therapy Flashcards
Learn psychobabble the easy, fun way or just find new routes to madness
ecommerce  novelties  psychology  psychiatry  brain  lol 
march 2006 by ignatz
NIMH: Press Releases, Media Advisories, and Breaking News
news updates from the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health, mostly research findings
psychology  psychiatry  research  neuroscience  brain  news  press 
march 2006 by ignatz
Caffeine Awareness
shills for caffeine-free products make caffeine into reefer madness. pathetic
caffeine  health  junkscience  nutrition  psychology  psychiatry  commerce  villainy  shills 
march 2006 by ignatz
Post Concussion Syndrome
neurofeedback/biofeedback in treatment of minor traumatic brain injury
eeg  biofeedback  neurofeedback  psychology  psychiatry  neurology  neuroscience  mtbi  brain  braininjury 
february 2006 by ignatz
The Seed of Our Undoing
Could attempting to control your thought processes while under stress be bad for you?
research  psychology  psychiatry  brain  neuroscience  cognition  cognitivescience 
january 2006 by ignatz
Minor Traumatic Brain Injury
description of effects of MTBI and detection/treatment
eeg  neurofeedback  biofeedback  brain  neurology  psychology  psychiatry  medicine 
december 2005 by ignatz
Factum Non Fabula
I am Julie Elizabeth Andrews' (Wells) firstborn son. Are you surprised?
kooks  weird  psychoceramics  celebrities  obsess  psychology  psychiatry  netkooks 
december 2005 by ignatz
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