Considering the number of cognitive errors involved, it shouldn't be difficult to understand why so many first offenders are eventually arrested for a second offense.
One of the oldest diseases in the world, and we still don’t know as much as we should about its causes, effects, and how to treat it- much less cure it. What we do know, and what we’re learning, ends up here:
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