NCBI ROFL: Is there an unconcious conspiracy against informative abstracts?

By ncbi rofl | December 3, 2009 4:00 pm

Is there an unconscious national conspiracy against children in the United States?

“The author’s thesis is that there is indeed an unconscious national conspiracy against children in our country. He presents data in relation to seven areas in which children function, to support his thesis. He then proposes an approach to understanding how this state of affairs has come about and makes specific recommendations that he feels will help us move toward a solution to this problem.”

Thanks to Nina for today’s ROFL!

CATEGORIZED UNDER: NCBI ROFL, rated G, WTF?
  • ouroboros

    "He also repeatedly refers to himself in the third person…"

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