Countless psychology theses have been written about creativity under pressure, deadlines pushing people to new heights, the fight or flight adrenalin panic that opens the floodgates for a stream of consciousness to come gushing out. Obvious it seems that after a momentary panic revolving around a dark and wet night, one’s teenage son, the police and a third-party apparently moving too fast in their car that panic kicks in. Everything else is put on hold until teenage son arrives home with not a scratch on him nor the car, but the adrenalin still needs to be burn out. And, so, the writer writes:
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