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> So, I'd perhaps be a bad experimental subject in any of these studies....
> Or maybe not. One does need all extremes of data.
> - Wade
I find your narrative quite convincing, and speculate that some brains may
have more resilience and natural resistance to memes of suicide and depression
than others. Thanks for taking the time to post this story.
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