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Mischke show notes: Jan. 28, 2010

  • A weekly visit with the "Q." Quinton Skinner visits to discuss, among other things, this: It has been learned that nearly 1 in 10 eight year olds hears voices that aren't really there. This is according to a new study. The study also learned that most children who hear voices don't find them troubling in the least. Parents, consequently, whose children hear voices, should not be overly concerned. Up to 16 percent of mentally healthy children and teens may hear voices, the researchers noted in the British Journal of Psychiatry. But again, no harm no foul. My question: Whose voices are these? And just what are they saying.
  • Plus: He's gone. JD Salinger has passed away. A brief funeral for the man, today, in the stream.

Get your scuba gear, we're goin' under.

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