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Friday, July 08, 2005

Since Walter's Been Dropping the Ball...

I've decided to publish my own eComic... but this is only computer enhanced, not computer drafted... so apologies for the sloppiness. So, based on a previous life as a case manager for schizophrenic people, here is Case Management #1 (make sure to buy multiple copies and keep them in acid-free mylar baggies with carboard backing.) And a big 20 point bonus to anyone who can tell me why I found this hallucination/delusion so interesting (and worth memorializing.) _Cartoons

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At 7/08/2005 08:58:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think I know why, but there's this thing called "HIPPA"...

 
At 7/08/2005 10:13:00 PM, Blogger diane said...

I don't know why, but it is "HIPAA":Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Get it straight!

 
At 7/08/2005 11:07:00 PM, Blogger Johnbai3030 said...

Well, I did consider HIPAA before publishing this on the internet. I went ahead because there is no identifying information, no physical similarity between real people and the depicted characters, and the dialogue is only "based" on real-life experiences in the mental health case management game.
As for why I found it so interesting: we assume hallucinations (like dreams) are the products of our imaginations. If the "crazy" woman actually hallucinated hearing a term that she had to look up in order to understand... that's a little odd. That would be like having a dream in a language you don't speak. So... perhaps she wasn't hallucinating at all! Perhaps she can hear the neighbor's thoughts... or perhaps she's also hallucinated looking up the term.

 

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