There used to be these things called newspapers. They'd magically appear on your doorstep each morning (usually; sometimes in the afternoon). On weekends they would contain an item called a Sunday supplement. Before newspapers, in their dying throes, began to sprinkle color throughout their publications, the Sunday supplement was often referred to as “the color section.” I used to pore over the color section in utter fascination. It brimmed over with exciting weirdness.
Some things never change. The surviving newspapers and their Sunday supplements continue to uphold the weirdness standard. This morning, for example, the USA Weekend section that accompanies my local paper sported an advertisement that took me back to the good old days. If I were my hyper-religious and ultra-superstitious maternal grandmother, I'd be calling the toll-free number right now to get a heaping helping of Jesus-based magnetic copper pain relief. (Since copper itself isn't magnetic, I gather that some ferrous material must be embedded in the copper. Or maybe it's just a miracle.)
As those enamored of woo-woo health nostrums are given to understand, copper bracelets suck the pain out through your wrists, magnets align the iron in your hemoglobin for smoother blood flow, and Jesus ... well, he's just the Son of God, you know. One might think that divine intervention should suffice on its own, but a dash of pseudoscience can't hurt, right? Triple-strength Jesus-copper-magnet healing is here!
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I've also heard that laughter is the best medicine. (I think I'll try some now.)