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May 05, 2006

Jeff Goldstein on k-street

Great news: Jeff Goldstein is finally on drugs! With the anxiety under control, he can start working on the genocidal ideation.

[Update: Welcome, firedoglake readers--while you're here, check out my new post about a possible plagiarism cover-up at the New York Times]


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How disappointing; I was hoping for something along the lines of "By making fun of me, the objectively pro-Islamofascist liberals have driven me to such a state of chronic anxiety that I've been forced to seek medical attention, like poor Rush Limbaugh." But no...maybe the pills really are mellowing him out.

On the other hand, the fact that he seems to believe that only sandal-wearing hippies smoke weed shows that he hasn't gotten any less stupid.

With the anxiety under control, he can start working on the genocidal ideation.

Are there drugs that can control that? Because if there are I can think of a whole lot of people who should be taking them. Some of them in the administration.

I call on Lindsay or others' expertise with medical terminology to explain to me if he is correct to call Klonopin a "narcotic."

In the many deeply unfun health adventures of my childhood, tween, and teen years, I got to try a lot of the objectively fun prescription drugs. My experience is that nothing beats Soma. It's like resting in a marshmallow made of contentment.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine, not a narcotic.

"Classy kids, over there. "


Is this the so called "kook-fringe?"

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