Something different this time. No world catastrophe conspiracy mess.http://rltz.blogspot.com/2007/05/from-central-african-medical-journal.html
>>>An Epidemic of Laughing in the Bukoba District of Tanganyika.
By A. M. RANKIN (Department of Medicine, Maskerere University College) and P.J. PHILIP (Medical Officer, Bukoba, Tanganyika).EL KALIM OM!
Now - what would you say 'bout the following, doc Rod Serpent?:http://hplusmagazine.com/print/1176
In 1964 journalist Norman Cousins was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (a painful arthritis of the vertebrae). His physicians told him the disease was incurable and fatal. Ignoring this death sentence and ditching his painkillers, Cousins sequestered himself in a hotel and cackled with comedies until he was cured. Charlie Chaplin, the Marx Brothers and Candid Camera were his primary lifesavers. Cousins observed that every ten minutes of vigorous laughter provided him with a natural anesthetic that gave him two hours of pain-free sleep. His snickering survival is summarized in his 1979 best seller Anatomy of an Illness as Perceived by the Patient