If we’re going to get pedantic, the insane in this particular usage was an obvious colloquialism…
Greg Fish
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rather than implying a DSM V diagnosis

You’re talking about me using circular logic when you keep going back to clinical diagnoses, haha. I was making a joke because you took my use of “insane” to mean a literal medical diagnosis while I was obviously using it rhetorically. Maybe you don’t understand what rhetorical means. I’ve made my point which was simple to understand from the beginning, so you’re the one dragging this out to something longer than your original article. I believe that you are smart enough to look at the evidence for yourself — yes I mean first hand evidence, not articles from NYT. Do it. Good day sir.

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