Friday, June 9, 2017


Atrial Fibrillation: when the small chambers of the heart, where the electrical impulse for heartbeats should originate, succumb to spasms. Often benign if treated with medication.


Ventricular fibrillation: when the major chambers of the heart spasm, failing to produce sustainable beats, and threatening to exhaust themselves in flat line. Potentially lethal. Bring out the paddles.


British Fibrillation: When the English political system becomes spasmodic, and unable to produce consistent or sustainable results about much of anything.

Cause: some say Monty Python, others Martin Amis. Still others give a nod to "Gulliver’s Travels."


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