This is absolutely priceless.
New York Magazine's pop music critic Jody Rosen apparently unearthed this gem from the 1980s with "a friend packing ...
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The pop-psychology de rigueur depiction of familial dysfunction where members act
as arm chair psychologists and solve each others' problems is America's cheapest form of mental health care.
The saga began in the classical manner: with an e-mail about Jimmy Buffett. Several weeks ago, I received a note from a Slate reader drawing my attent...
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