Jonathan Pitts is a liberal arts student in the depths of Tennessee. He is the logical conclusion to post-internet technodepressioncore. He likes Dr Katz, Keiji Haino, and Don Delillo. He won second place in an 8th grade writing contest for a paper entitled “Freedom Isn’t Free.”
Shock therapy has been used since 1938 and involves sending electrical signals to the brain to induce a small seizure. Today, it is used as a last resort for severe depression. One of the most common symptoms is memory loss.