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Atychiphobia

Atychiphobia

Atychiphobia is the abnormal, unwarranted, and persistent fear of failure.

From prior photographer Cathy who spotted this in Eustis, Florida, and sent it with the subject line “NIIIIICCCEEE!!”:

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Oh! This MUST be in the running for the Top Five Bumperstickers of the year! Barring that, would someone please send a copy to Bloomberg?

[…] Legal Insurrection: Atychiphobia […]

Sounds familiar:

Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.

Mencken.

…and thus has no need to put you in power.

LukeHandCool | June 5, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Social phobics are forced to help themselves and dread someone trying to help them … in person.

Thank God for our free country … as well as sunglasses, voice mail, the internet and other great inventions that lessen our need for interaction with other people in person.

LukeHandCool (who, if the phone rings more than once a day, upon the second and any subsequent incoming calls loves to annoy his wife by shouting out, “Who the hell keeps calling here??!!” … and who, at least in theory … loves people … and can be a real “people person” when left alone)

Is Obama the President or Poster-boy for the national society?

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