Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Do You Have Low G?

An Announcement in 
the Public Interest 
by Dr. Don Stewart**

Graphiopia (Low G) is a common neurovisual disorder that prevents otherwise healthy people from distinguishing fine print and other graphic minutia. Do you have trouble reading small print? Do you miss the punch lines in comics because the details are too obscure to bother with? Is your spouse always having to point out the pertinent aspects of imponderable artworks that you might otherwise be missing?

You may have Low G*.

Low G is pervasive, and it’s insidious. In fact, you may be suffering from Low G right now, without even being aware of it. Left unchecked, the disease can contribute to artyosclerosis, hueremia, chromatic disorders along the spectrum of artism, and artisanal dementia. Art attacks, though rare, have been reported in some cases.

Fortunately, there is hope. Daily viewing of engaging composite imagery available exclusively from the DS Art Studio has been shown to focus visual acuity, increase mental activity, and raise levels of positive neurotransmitters that eliminate the anxiety so commonly associated with Low G.

Over time, small doses of DS Art visual therapy can counteract the crippling symptoms attributed to Low G, leading to an overall improvement of a long list of inconsequential complaints. Side effects are few, and limited to sporadic epsiodes of cachinnation, involuntary muscular contractions of the face and abdomen, and occasional bouts of hyperventilation.

Free Samples Available Online. 
Visit www.DSArt.com for instantaneous viewing. To initiate long-term therapy, you are encouraged to order your very own DS Art prints, and original artwork. 

Follow the step-by-step purchasing directions on the web site, or call us Toll Free: 1-800-372-786-G

Get the facts. Get the Art. Then start getting better.

*You do not have Low G. Nobody does. If in fact you’re having trouble with your vision, or anxiety issues, or actual medical ailments of any kind, call your doctor. If you want to enjoy funny art, contact us.

**Don Stewart is a real doctor, who retired from practice the day he earned his medical license - which is pretty funny, when you think about it. He currently limits his practice to remote endorphin management, and chronic disorders of the funny bone. Though some claim to have died laughing, no patient has actually expired under his care in the last 28 years. Read his art-o-biography, Past Medical History.

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