The Least Curious Profession
From the Tom Woods Letter:
My friend Isaac Morehouse just posted this:
“I think the greatest failing of the bureaucratic cartelized medical machine is its complete destruction of curiosity. How many mainstream medical practitioners are passionately curious? I’ve not met one. Least curious profession I can think of. Should be the most!”
Isn’t that the truth?
Four years later, I am in disbelief that I am still reporting on this.
But what you’re about to read, from someone still fighting the madness, arrived in my inbox just yesterday. Not two years ago. Yesterday:
The audiobook release [of Diary of a Psychosis] was very timely for me. Right after listening to it on a walk tonight I got a call from my dad, and he told me that my mom’s doctors aren’t allowing her to be visited by people who haven’t received the latest booster. She is recovering from a lung transplant, and she has to be careful about getting sick because she’s on immunosuppressants.
I understand wanting her to take precautions to avoid people who are sick and limiting the number of visitors, but the doctors are insisting that she can’t be visited by me, my brother, sister-in-law, or niece until we r
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