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Doctor Pennies on Obfuscation, Burying

By Doctor Pennies
Special Correspondent
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Obfuscation and the burial of bodies are similar.  They both involve a glorious, intentional lack of clarity.  They are ambiguous.

I find it best to bury things near the water.  The soil is richer here, much easier to pierce with the spade.

Medical language is carefully crafted obfuscation.  You want to control the audience.  You want them to come around to accepting your methods. This is the opposite of ordering food.  There can be nothing vague about your food order.  Else, you would starve or, at the least, be displeased with your selection.


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