Wednesday, January 7, 2009

How come no one has mentioned ...

... this relative of Mrs. Schlossberg?

Known as "Rosemary" during her lifetime, shes was a shy and mentally slow child. The family had difficulty dealing with Rosemary's problems, and in 1941 her father, Joseph Kennedy Sr., asked a neurosurgeon to perform a prefrontal lobotomy, which was considered a possible magical cure. This did not have the effect that was foreseen, and afterwards Rosemary was incapable of living a normal life.

sounds like a typical Kennedy, to me.

1 comment:

Ida said...

That's just wrong.