Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week

May 21st, 2007 at 2:37 pm by Mark
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     May 21st through May 25th is Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week in Australia.  Classified as a neurological disorder, Tourette Syndrome is a serious problem for many people.  Sufferers of Tourette’s often acquire serious — and some cases, debilitating —  facial “tics” which can affect their speech, eyes and even breathing.  Others may make strange, or even obscene, utterances at random intervals which others may find rude, vulgar or in bad taste.
     Unfortunately, people who suffer from Tourette’s are often shown disdain by others for a condition which they clearly cannot help.  They are often stigmatized by their affliction, and may, in turn, develop additional mental issues such as anxiety, depression or antisocial behavior.

     If we were celebrating Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week in the United States, I would f#!*ing go to our local f#!*ing Health Department and get a f#!*ing stack of those f#!*ing flyers about f#!*ing Tourette’s Awareness Week and f#!*ing pass them out in order to f#!*ing educate some f#!*ing people.

     In f#!*ing honor of this f#!*ing prestigous event, I present, “The Big Lebowski: The F#!*ing Short Version” (language alert):


Tip: Les Jones for the information, which reminded me of the video, and the fact that I’m a smart ass


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2 Responses to “Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week”

  1. diva Says:

    F*cK, F*cK, F*ckity, F*ck

  2. Michael Trapp Says:

    For awareness week a new site was formed where members are the ones that add the content to the site, like books,videos,articles, but most importantly doctors. There is a doctors section where members post info about the doctors they have been to. Its about time there was a place to see comments on doctors for tourette syndrome. Go to http://www.ihavetics.com