Je vous ai déjà jasé de The Onion, un site que j’affectionne particulièrement. J’ai une nouvelle illustration de la brillance du site à vous offrir, datant d’aujourd’hui même :
CHAPEL HILL, NC—A field study released Monday by the University of North Carolina School of Public Health suggests that Iraqi citizens experience sadness and a sense of loss when relatives, spouses, and even friends perish, emotions that have until recently been identified almost exclusively with Westerners.
Psychologists and anthropologists have thus far largely discounted the study, claiming it has the same bias as a 1971 Stanford University study that concluded that many Vietnamese showed signs of psychological trauma from nearly a quarter century of continuous war in southeast Asia.
Franchement, on ne se tanne pas. L’article complet est ici.