Friday, August 14, 2009

Psycho Donuts much better than Psycho Medications

Psycho Donuts much better than Psycho Medications



From what I can gather from all the web articles and those so called mental health advocates; there has been quite a Brouhaha going on about this Donuts Shop in Northern California calling itself "Psycho Donuts" -

Psycho Donuts {fun web site to visit by the way)



NAMI and like organizations have actually made this some type of laughable social correctness pet issue.


I have to wonder now if BIG PhRMA is concerned people will stop taking their mind poisons; and instead take the donuts options for all those new DSM-V diagnosis? There is little doubt they would end up much healthier, with less disabling side effects, and with much less weight gain on donuts verses the Psych Drugs Model.


Plus the cost difference could actually make Health Coverage for every American a distinct Possibility. Maybe President Obama should look into this as an effective cost saving measure when selling his shaky health reform package to the House of Representatives?


Anywise, you would think those so called silly clowns at NAMI and like front organizations for PhRMA would have better things to do than complain about donuts.


How about some housing, jobs, community support, and non-drug options for those you are supposed to advocate for. This is just to mention a few important issues you could be spending your time and PhRMA dollars confronting.


My opinion is these donuts look damned tasty, and this appears like a novel, creative, and innovative business concept. All you Nanny State "PC" loving morons out there may disagree. I can only say that you should go stick some nice hot donuts where the sun don't shine.


May I also add that you may want to start searching for a life sometime during this 21st century.



8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Peace be with you Stan

I would normally say that fried bread smeared with sugar is about as unhealthy of food as one could eat, but jeez you got me when you say it is healthier than the psych drug model.

Though I would never eat one of those deep fried breads, it tickles the shit out of me that NAMI doesn't like them.

love eternal
tad

Stephany said...

Tad, I love this topic where I can say, WTF how can you not eat a donut?! lol

I agree donuts vs pills, hell if that's all we did we'd all be happy!

Pass the lemon filled!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I'll take 2 dozen mixed!

Anonymous said...

Peace be with you Stephany

Hahahaha, if I used the ill-effects of zyprexa as the bench mark of food healthiness I'd be drinking gasoline. It really seems sad that the "cure" is the most dangerous thing most people consume.

I personally wish (and know that You and Stan feel the same way) we had real care for troubled souls, and we never had to talk about this topic again. The truth is that every case of depression or schizophrenia could be cured by diet. "Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food." Hippocrates, the "Father of Medicine."

love eternal
tad

Stan said...

I actually had someone posting Anonymously (of Course) touting how their antidepressant helped them so much through Mental Illness (I guess that means they embrace being called a crazy psycho donuts), and went on babbling how bad and stigmatizing these Psycho Donuts were.

I really have to laugh out loud @ the complete and total hypocrisy of these kinds of people.

They run web sites protesting Psycho Donuts (http://psychodonuts.wordpress.com/); but when it comes to real problems like the never ending labels psychiatry, PhRMA, NAMI, and like organizations oppress millions with continually, drug them into stupors/death, and commit them to a lifetime of total misery; these same pundits voices are no where to be found. Why is that?

This is your Typical progressive mouth piece supposed "do gooders" that NAMI is famous for. They have absolutely no sense of humor what so ever; because humor in their book is an offensive concept that must be censored at all cost.

I gather you should read this comment and paint up some pretty politically correct protest signs to picket my site with.

That should be a real hoot to watch. Can't hardly wait for all the humor and post I will derive from that show of supreme ignorance. LMAO

Guess I better go now and pick up a dozen Psycho Donuts to eat while watching the Dog and Pony Show.

In closing as I said in this post; you really need to go in search of an effin life sometime during the 21st century.

Stephany said...

I wonder if any of the NAMI types like the one who runs the anti-psycho donut blog understand how their psych meds come to pass.

FDA approved drug.

FDA has pharma paid reps on the drug approval panel.

FDA approves drug (such as Saphris this week) for SZ and bipolar treatment though warnings from their own researcher recommendation team says ppl can and have dropped dead from this drug in trials.

Pharma spends 1.2 million dollars per year lobbying congress.

Pfizer spent 1 million dollars for seats at Obama's DNC.

Zyprexa for example has now public documents not intended for viewing but court-ordered showing hidden data and buried data that Lilly KNEW the drug caused diabetes and weight gain but SOLD THE DRUG ANYWAY AND THE FDA APPROVED IT ANYWAY.

Thomas Laughren who is the FDA person touting good things for Saphris also OK's the Zyprexa treatment for teens use, even after all of the Lilly documents come out to public.

NAMI is psych-med paradigm based and NAMI receives money from psych med companies.

Now, who cares about a donut named bipolar?

I have bigger fish to fry!

Mark p.s.2 said...

Psyco medications are insanity. If they worked as advertised , the numbers of seriously mentally ill would be coming down, not going up.

Robert Whitaker
"From 1955 to 1987, during this first era of psychiatric drugs -- the antipsychotic drugs Thorazine and Haldol and the tricyclic antidepressants (such as Elavil and Anafranil) -- we saw the number of disabled mentally ill increase four-fold, to the point where roughly one out of every 75 persons are deemed disabled mentally ill."
LINK

today 1 in 17 estimated to be seriously mentally ill.
LINK

The very thing pyschiatrists want the patient to have, insight, intelligence and responsibility are being stopped by the "medicines".

Billions are being made in the idea of brain chemical imbalances.
And whoever is paying for this science doesn't wise up. That is the definition of insanity.

"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." Unknown author

"Those Who Forget the Past Are Condemned to Repeat it".wrote George Santayana

trailerparkbarbie said...

MMMMM MMMM MMMMMM....throw me a couple of those delicious Psycho Donuts, Stan. And, if I'm too late, then throw me some Psycho Holes (donut type not ho' type).

LOVED THIS!!!!!!!

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