I think I have discovered a new disease. This could be because I defend malpractice cases, which require detailed research on medical conditions both bizarre and mundane, but I have not seen anything about this malady in the scientific literature. Really, I think I'm on to something. Like other famous diseases, it could be referred to colloquially by acronym. I call it PIRO, or Pathological Inability to Recognize the Obvious. I suspect it is an autoimmune disorder.
Obvious Messages Are Signs Of The Times
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 19, 2009
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