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Duck, It's Dick...Not Me Dick, the Duck

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Human existence in the last  10 years has featured absurd events. Perhaps that is why this decade will be known as the millennial double zero period as it included such a variety of bizarre happenings that only insanity  was safe.The neurologist-writer in charge of understanding the brain in this epoch must extract  appropriate evidence for this brainless if not mindless period via essay collections such as this one. In so doing, Neurosatire/NeuroAbsurdia is hatched under the direction of Van Gross, MD. Sometimes understood as post-rationalism, absurd thought can also be linked to the psychotic. In that psychosis is of interest to neurologists  as an entity making believe it is part of neurology, it would seem appropriate to welcome post-rationalism, psychosis and the absurd under the neurological roof, while in the spirit of neurology, expound on the phenomenology via satire and a literary theatre of the absurd. Many also insist "The Aughts" bypassed true existence in that those years were so bereft of meaning and purpose. People suffered great trauma from late 2000-late 2010 but under the banner of absurdity, many believe there should be some mitigation of same nightmare since "we''re all out of our minds anyway" whether recovering from impeachment madness, examining loose chads to decide presidential elections, murdering innocents to access celestial virgins, starting weather crusades, being a "birther", talking nonsense at Townhall Meetings on healthcare, or quasi-justifying an earthquake as religious retribution, the Decade of the Zeroes or the zeros, or zorro, the fox so cunning and free, that epoch from 2000-2010, that "Aughts" Decade, that Would''ve, Could''ve, Should''ve Oughts Decade, or as some have called it, That Aughtistic Period (or at least an ADD case) demands an explanation, indeed a neuropsychiatric elucidation or some kind of testimonial if not a humor packed roast in print. Hence, the emergence of Van Gross, MD, satirist and local riff raff.

"Duck, It''s Dick... Not Me Dick, the Duck" is the third in the Van Gross, MD Neurosatire/NeuroAbsurdia Essay Collection for the "Middle Period" of the Aughts Decade.

 

Thus, it represents Book #3 in the notoriously provocative Five Books of Van Gross''s.

Human existence in the last 10 years has featured absurd events. Perhaps that is why this decade will be known as the millennial double zero period as it included such a variety of bizarre happenings that only insanity was safe.The neurologist-w
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