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Do you have too much monoamine oxidase?

Japanese researchers diagnose neophilia, the unhealthy love of the new, so says Media Life Magazine.

I for one don't think it's organic. If it is, why does it strike computer geeks and people who live near oceans, virtually bypassing certain suburban subdivisions?

It's a great neologism, though. I wish I'd thought of it.

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