HAITI – One child in sixteen born in Haiti today will be infected with Stephen Baldwinitis.
There is no cure, there is very little understanding and victims will often find themselves ostracized from their families and social groups.
What can YOU do?
The first thing is obvious: spread the news. On social media platforms, by word of mouth, talk to your friends and work colleagues about this debilitating condition. Imagine for a moment how you would feel having to go through life looking like the guy from The Usual Suspects. Yes. Terrible isn’t it.
Pioneering researcher Dr. Stephen Farrell has worked with children in his specially equipped Baldwinitis Clinic in Port Au Prince.
We see children as young as five with full blown Stephen Baldwinitis. First they become pale, then the second head emerges: the Baldwin head. After that it’s all over: they start spouting off about Jesus Christ and being obnoxious. The prospect they can look after themselves shrinks to practically zero.
Alec Baldwin was unavailable for comment as he was in boot camp preparing for his Year of Gayness.
Having missed the plane for Haiti, Sean Penn has set off swimming for the island nation.
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