2Kevins with Grace & Steel Ep. 10 10/26/15

TOPICS and LINKS

1. A discussion of Michel Houllebecq’s novel Submission, now translated into English
2. A Year of Cinema, Week 9 – The Day of the Jackal
3. Medicated Maggie – The former wild child Margaret Trudeau, mother of Canada’s new PM is an advocate for de-stygmatizing mental illness.
4. Blue Jays Update

A DISCUSSION OF MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ’S SUBMISSION
UK Amazon.co.uk: Submission (released Sept 10, ’15)

USA Amazon.com: Submission (released Oct. 20, ’15)

Canada Amazon.ca: Submission (released Oct. 20, ’15)

Adam Gopnik in the New Yorker, Jan. 26, 2015: The Next Thing–Michel Houellebecq’s Francophobic satire

The New York Review of Books, April 2, 2015: Slouching Toward Mecca

A YEAR OF CINEMA – WEEK 9: THE DAY OF THE JACKAL
USA Amazon.com: The Day of the Jackal DVD $9.99 USD

Canada Amazon.ca: The Day of the Jackal DVD $9.88 CDN

MEDICATED MAGGIE
New York Post, Oct. 23, 2015: New Canadian prime minister’s mom was an NYC wild child

The Sunday Times, Oct. 25, 2015: Trudeau win opens up role for Seventies icon mother

Anne Kingston in Maclean’s, Oct. 8, 2010: Margaret Trudeau’s last breakdown

Breitbart, Oct. 23, 2015: Study: More Than Two-Thirds of Patients on Anti-Depressants Not Depressed

The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 2015;76(1):40–44: Antidepressant Use and Lifetime History of Mental Disorders in a Community Sample: Results From the Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study

Daily Mail, Sept. 9, 2015: Olympic runner exposed as high-priced call girl reveals how undiagnosed bipolar disorder made her crave sex and describes the threesome that drew her to prostitution

New York Times, Feb. 28, 2015: Medicating Women’s Feelings

Bruce Charlton’s Notions, Feb. 18, 2011: Why are psychiatric drugs dysphoric, demotivating and dumbing?

Bruce Charlton’s Notions, Aug. 14, 2014: The epidemic of ‘antidepressant’/ SSRI-triggered suicides by hanging: hidden in plain sight

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