Monday, March 6, 2017

Hultgreen-Curie Syndrome

Hultgreen-Curie Syndrome: The lethal disease that strikes female pioneers. Named after Kara Hultgreen and Madame Curie, the syndrome has struck down numerous brave women on the frontiers of female innovation, including the first woman to use a washing machine, who tragically drowned in it, and the first Roman woman to eat reclining on a couch, who choked to death on a grape.

This is a very serious disease. As a morally functioning member of our modern society, I simply cannot allow this pandemic to be untreated. Some of our mostest bravest Women are being sacrificed needlessly on the front lines of civilizational progress. 

This guy over at Didact's Reach gives us another definition:

Based on what I can see, Curie-Hultgreen Syndrome might best be summarised as "a cognitive impairment disorder which results in the victim assigning undue importance and privilege to a woman in any given field of professional, scientific, academic, or martial excellence simply because she is a woman".

History does not repeat itself,  but it does have patterns. Let's hold off on the first female US President. It would be a shame if this debilitating disease were to take hold, and the country were to suffer catastrophic consequences as a result.

Thanks for your time,


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