Thursday, October 06, 2005

that's depressing

There’s something um, depressing about the fact that we got two e-mails about today being national depression screening day.

And strangely enough, you can win free movie passes just for going to the screening. I guess that’s something to not be depressed about—you can be depressed but if you win the movie passes that’s something positive although it probably stops short of an actual cure for depression. Right? Eh. I don’t know.


At 5:16 PM, Blogger LawFool said...

Good news: Free movie passes.
Bad news: The passes are for Bewitched
Good news: Free popcorn
Bad news: The popcorn is haunted.

At 6:45 PM, Blogger a blawger said...

hey - you stole me look! ;)

i agree, 2nd year is better.

At 10:48 PM, Blogger Klio said...

Even worse, everyone in my section wanted to attend to keep from committing suicide this "We're All F***** Week"(see blog), but no one could find the time.

At 1:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In reference to your post about people failing the Bar Exam, I overheard a conversation the other day from someone presumably taking a bar review class right now (for the first time), and (s)he said that almost everyone in the class who failed did so because they went to a review class in the morning, then went to work, and then claimed to study when they got home at night, instead of devoting 6-8 weeks towards pure studying.

At 11:23 PM, Blogger Lars said...

Thank you for talking about National Depression Screening day. Screening for depression is one of the most effective ways of catching this disabling condition so that it can be effectively treated. But why only 1 day a year? Because it takes too long to administer the screening. To overcome that, we at AuroraMD, automated the screening process, so that it happens automatically in the primary care waiting room with little staff time. Then the results are presented to the doctor in the exam room. See our website .
Is your doctor screening everyday?


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