For anyone who owns a computer or has a cell phone that they use for text messaging, you may want to take a look at what is bout to come down the pipeline of psychiatry’s fraudulent and ever-tiring attempt to label us all “crazy”. In The American Journal of Psychiatry this month, Dr. Jerald J. Block, Psychiatrist, announced that “Internet addiction appears to be a common disorder that merits inclusion in DSM-V” (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual). At the bottom of the article it states, “Dr. Block owns a patent on technology that can be used to restrict computer access.” What better way, then, to announce a mental health disorder that encompasses the use of computers and text messaging?