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Monday, March 3, 2014



Victim 79324 died unexpectedly last evening on a return trip from Copenhagen. CPR performed by a physician on board could not revive the 72 year old white female who was known to have one of the severest cases of PTSD known to clinicians in the field. Attempted suicides, hospitalization, a death threat, eating disorder, phobias, debilitating narcissistic neurosis,  selective mute-ism and  a neurological chronic disease were a few results  this victim suffered from years of National Inquirer-like life events.
Suffering became a way of life for professional Victim 79324 and she excelled in strategies that allowed her to invite in more of it, create more of it and continue it's duration.
We have lost an amazing practitioner of the form and many of her fans will mourn this loss.  An internment ceremony of her ashes will be announced in the near future.

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