In the USA, 19 is a common age of emergence for schizophrenia, although occasionally crops up around age 11-12, although it’s often masked by “kids being weird” and symptoms ignored, sadly.

In the USA, 19 is a common age of emergence for schizophrenia, although occasionally crops up around age 11-12, although it’s often masked by “kids being weird” and symptoms ignored, sadly.

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ugh. I look over and I see one of our housecats literally juggling not one but TWO almost dead rodents, having a blast.

I think sanity is knowing what to ignore.

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epilepsy would be true random firings. Even then, it follows ALMOST ok patterns, just “out of range”.

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f’king cat is ACTUALLY throwing a dying rodent HIGH up in the sky and catching it.

Inhibiting my empathy circuits is necessary right now but annoying. Cat’s doing a cat thing. Rodent was bad place, bad time.

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Brain’s more than narratives man. Narratives are usually just “after the fact”, ex-post facto.

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Definitions are human creations, worth the paper they’re written on.

Of course if it’s a doctor writing down a diagnosis, it might carry a bit of authority.

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Form follows function though, although function can be enhanced restricted or partially dictated by form.

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Wait scratch that. “form follows function” is an architecture mantra.

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I didn’t see faces in cars until my early 40s. Pretty amazing actually. First the front lights, then the tail.

How did I not see this for decades? Quite amusing. I’m sure designers are quite aware as a few are clearly jokes.

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Nah, you can tell, at least with asian cars, the designs are quite intentional.

I think US cars aren’t though.

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