Addictive Shaggy

by Alan B. Combs

Addiction is a severe problem in our society. As many of you know, certain members of the neuropharmacology group in our College are leaders in educating medical practitioners and other health professionals about the medical model of addiction. They feel that the medical model is better in explaining addiction, and that more effective therapies will result from these advances in knowledge. Just this week, Time Magazine’s lead article was about the new neurological theories of addiction.

We should not give these current activists too much credit, however. Many of us Mundanes have known for a very long time how to turn the liability of addiction into a plus:

Just remove the “C”.

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