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This is supposed to make me feel BETTER, right?

Posted on 2004.07.05 at 23:21
Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: The Manges - Melissa is a rockabilly rebel
I have been taking this stuff for a while now, but I refilled my prescription today, and there were two new warning labels on the bottle which haven't been there before. One says "call doctor if you experience mood changes, sadness, depression, or fear." Fear? Well, what if I am on a roller coaster, or watching The Exorcist or something? What if I just have existential fear about the role of the corporation in our society? This is complicated.
The other new message warns me to "Use care with car-machines." I will use care when driving my car-machine. Now I will finish typing on my computer-machine, and perhaps go and watch the television-device briefly before assuming sleep mode.

Comments:


(Anonymous) at 2004-07-06 14:35 (UTC) (Link)
That is, you should consider it an unplanned event to experience fear. Otherwise you should behave as if you are pretty much invincible? Potent stuff.
Fares

Should I say "nigh invulnerable"
Jonathan
theservant at 2004-07-06 20:28 (UTC) (Link)
This does mean that I could legitimately call up a doctor and say "Doctor, I think I'm getting the Fear."
(Anonymous) at 2004-07-07 07:55 (UTC) (Link)
That could be a real issue if you are around dogs. They can smell Fear. My dog is also quite alert if he smells popcorn.
Fares
Jonathan
theservant at 2004-07-08 06:42 (UTC) (Link)
If he smelled the fear would he attack and try to eat my lungs, or would he go and get the sheriff or something?
(Anonymous) at 2004-07-08 07:21 (UTC) (Link)
I think that if my dog smelled fear on anything larger than a hamburger bun the most he might do is show off a little bit with a squeak toy then stand on the couch barking. He doesn't understand fear like you and I do.
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