Hello.

01Jan08

3 words to make your heart sink:

The Daily Mail.

If you have perused its pages lately you may have noticed that alongside the usual stuff about asylum seekers, house prices, and single mothers it has been running a strange project cataloguing all the worlds inanimate objects into those that cure, and those that cause cancer. This blog will follow its progress through 2008 and may occasionally present its findings in the form of a pretty Venn diagram.

Obviously no normal human could possibly read the Daily Mail every day so if you see a Daily Mail cancer story please email it to oncologicalontologyproject AT googlemail.com.

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One Response to “Hello.”

  1. Well, at least we have a choice now:

    1) Worry about the increasing number of natural and manufactured products that can give us cancer and recognise tha anxiety is one of the greatest contributors to ill health, including the risks of onset of cancer.

    2) Have a good laugh at how rediculous this whole empirical research and investigative journalism process is. These researches have the same quality of rigour as those researcher who continue to put acid in rabbits eyes, to see if they still go blind (in case the rules governing the univers changes over night).

    Well – Mae your choice – The fact is, worry & stress are the biggest factors in all ill health. It is also true that laughter is a good cure for most things and, when it’s not, at least you can die laughing at how rediculous things are and take some solice from leaving it all to the other sad gits.

    Terry Couchman – Social Therapist


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