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Columnist Thurston Makes Miraculous Recovery from Fugue

November 7, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

By Brock Belvedere, Jr.
Senior Staff Writer
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Lankville Daily News correspondent Dr. Kevin Thurston (expert on men’s feelings) made a miraculous recovery last night from a rare coma-like condition known as a psychogenic fugue.  The therapist and writer is expected back to work tomorrow.

“He was on death’s door.  We thought he might be dead,” said the presiding doctor, an island person.  “It is very rare for someone to recover from this.”

Thurston was observed sitting up in bed, laughing at some gentle, restrained riddles and eating from a tray of chuck.

“He’s doing real well, just looking forward to getting back, writing about men’s feelings,” said his brother, who then offered this reporter a used portable carpet sweeper for $9.99.  “He loves to be out there, servicing men.”

Thurston has been penning the column Feelings by Dr. Kevin Thurston since 2013.

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