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A different kind of injury mechanism

 •  • by Paul Ingraham
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Sarah Weinman:

“I think that they must have gotten injuries from patting themselves on the back so much… repetitive-self-congratulatory-strain-injury.”

The conversation is entirely off-topic for this blog, but I found it fascinating. She’s talking about famous FBI profilers Robert Ressler and John Douglas, in a wide-ranging skeptical discussion about criminal profiling. See (or rather hear) You’re Wrong About: “Mindhunting with Sarah Weinman.”

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