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    Not all that uncommon, glad to see she's going to...

    Not all that uncommon, glad to see she's going to be seeing someone for it. Self-injury is definitely one of the more severe behaviors.
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    SSRIs and SNRIs don't really work, actually. Even...

    SSRIs and SNRIs don't really work, actually. Even in terms of severe depression they account for maybe 10% of the outcome variance, and this only in studies which have actually been published. Only...
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    Don't think of it as "fight vs. flight" as this...

    Don't think of it as "fight vs. flight" as this is a shared physiological response stemming from the autonomic nervous system. The system is activated and then you fight OR flight, but both responses...
  • It's almost amazing to me that you think you know...

    It's almost amazing to me that you think you know enough to hold a discussion about this.
  • Lord you are too funny. Do you think the only...

    Lord you are too funny. Do you think the only difference between the "successful" socialist nations and the non-successful ones is race...? So when you claimed it didn't play a role, were you just...
  • I just find your accusations funny.

    I just find your accusations funny.
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  • Is...this a serious post?

    Is...this a serious post?
  • So if it isn't relevant, then why do you want me...

    So if it isn't relevant, then why do you want me to point one out? I'm just confused.

    "I'm not saying Twinkie consumption has anything to do with success, but can you point out a person who is...
  • Can you define homogeneous, and also the evidence...

    Can you define homogeneous, and also the evidence suggesting that the secret to Scandinavian success is homogeneity? Oh, also that some of their policies simply can't work in countries that have been...
  • I forgot that I said we need to emulate the...

    I forgot that I said we need to emulate the Scandinavian countries in every way.

    Oh wait...
  • No offense dude, but I'm talking about social...

    No offense dude, but I'm talking about social betterment at the population level.



    The Scandinavian countries tend to do pretty well.
  • Most nations in Europe, particularly Western...

    Most nations in Europe, particularly Western Europe/Scandinavian nations, do much better than us with regards to crime, poverty, education, health, quality of life, etc.

    We have the most...
  • I'm not equating it, just comparing it. This is...

    I'm not equating it, just comparing it. This is how it always goes: people don't want to spend taxes on things and so when things go bad, it ends up being more expensive than had we just coughed up...
  • Straw man on straw man on straw man.

    Straw man on straw man on straw man.
  • I always find this statement laughable. It's...

    I always find this statement laughable. It's amazing that people honestly believe homogeneity accounts for all that success! America has been heterogeneous since it started; pretty sure we're more...
  • Potato logic? Go look up the ROI for education...

    Potato logic? Go look up the ROI for education with regards to employment, entrepreneurship, innovation, reduced crime, incarceration, greater health, reduced mental health, poverty, etc. You know,...
  • Because government expansion only takes one form,...

    Because government expansion only takes one form, right? Except for all those other countries with large central governments AND strong free trade policies who are doing infinitely better than us....
  • Again, this is that myopic perspective I was...

    Again, this is that myopic perspective I was referring to earlier.

    How much would it have costed to prevent the disaster unfolding in Flint with just a bit more tax dollar investment? How much...
  • So, a pseudo-plutocracy of sorts? Or we could...

    So, a pseudo-plutocracy of sorts? Or we could just invest in social programs that actually lead to people becoming social contributors, rather than the more expensive "bootstraps" route.



    So,...
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