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CDR: Echobamaphasia

Echobamaphasia is an acquired language disorder which is an impairment of speech wherein excessive reverb or echo effect emanates from the vocal chords. The exact origins of the malady are yet unknown, but a consensus of researchers believe it may be related to Narcissistic Personality Disorders, possibly exacerbated by Outcome Based Education programs. Although rare, it is most prevalent in public figures, particularly politicians, who often exhibit what is non-clinically called a “God Complex.” There is no known cure, though some patients have exhibited a remission of symptoms after a radical egoectomy.

This speech impediment is not to be confused with Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

See also Barack Obama, President, Politicians, Speeches, Teleprompter



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