2000 vets lobotomized

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  1. U201491

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    Blitzkrieg
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    I was hoping as a young man to be an Air Force pilot but my WW2 vet father talked me out of it. Wise man
     
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    Yes, that and electric shock therapy which is still used barbarically today. They say theyve got it figured out and that it works better now. I hardly believe that.
     
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    Mark W.
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    In 1980 I met a Marine at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Deigo who had had a frontal lobotomy He was about 21-24 years old and sat like a robot at the front desk of the Psych Triage Ward. Not much of a personality.
     
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    Lobotomies work great. Our acting president had his entire brain removed when he immigrated, I mean, was born in the US.
     
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    They did a crappy job, he can still talk....................
     
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