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ANACHORISM (The Gutter Prince, Part 12) by Nathan @baboonicorn

Continues from The Gutter Prince, Part 11. To start at the beginning, click here. And if you’d like to know what the hell the first two sections are about, sorry about this. “What is it Holmes?” “Just like the others. Several ribs broken, but the projected cause of death, as before, was asphyxiation. Lady Farrow’s teeth are covered

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Anachorism by Jeroen van Rijn @j_vanRijn

Reposted from: here The auger’s predictions were always a bit off. Not off in the sense that they left a miasma of sulfur behind, like last week’s eggs accidentally having their shell cleft by an ill-placed container of pies. Nothing like that. His visions always came true, but only to a certain extent. If his

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“Recognizing Anachoristic Identity Confusion (AIC): A Case Study by Dr. Fisch” by Mary Finch @finchymonger

Reposted from: here Recognizing Anachoristic Identity Confusion (AIC): A Case Study by Dr. Fisch Patients with AIC often present a pervasive indifference to life making it difficult to differentiate from other depressive disorders. Since AIC is unrelated to hormone levels, prescribing anti-depressants does not relieve the symptoms, and frequently exacerbates them. To accurately diagnose AIC, patients should be interviewed

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