Morgellons and On and On

Episode 26Released Sep 1 2017

You know how it is! You feel like something’s wrong but you’re not sure what, so you go to the doctor. And what does the doctor always say? “Well I can run some tests, but I think you’re fine.” How useless can you get? Lucky for us, the internet is there to help diagnose, treat, and advocate for the illnesses you most certainly do have and aren’t just delusional parasitosis. Take that itchy feeling—Dry skin? Nah. Allergy? No way. Bug bite? That’s what they want you to think! No, the truth is so much more obvious: a semi-organic nanomachine that causes bizarre fibers to grow from your body. Even if your doctor or the U.S. Government isn’t brave enough to speak the truth, is there for victims of the dreaded Morgellons disease.

This week, Extra Credit annexes Canada.

With Positive Stress, Sherman Tank, goop, Shell Game, Amelia Blank, and featuring Achilles' Heelies

Edited by Shell Game
Content provided by Shell Game
Cover art by Dr. Activisionary

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  • Encounter by Kazuki Muraoka
  • Chemtrails by Beck
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3 comments on “Morgellons and On and On”

  • Sham bam bamina! says:

    I like to think of it as Spanish: “mor-HEY-owns”.

    • Shell Game says:

      The word apparently comes from a poorly pronounced and misunderstood French phrase. In case you doubted the validity of the name.

  • Amaranthine says:

    Glass is not a liquid or even a fluid, but it’s not a regular solid either. The atomic structure is irregular like a liquid, but its strong and complex atomic bonds make it behave like a solid (retaining its rigidity) and it does not flow at room temperature whatsoever, though there is a common misconception that glass flows, albeit really slowly. Even then, it would take decades or even centuries for anything to permeate a pane of glass without shattering it, and permeating something porous like wood and insulation would be much faster. Regardless, that’s what that particular twit was talking about.

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