What’s Wrong with This Picture/Pictures/Video?

Have at it, comrades: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXI_29BUL0g (Thanks to Aruna Elizadeath Ropp for posting it on FB and Mike Hulsey for calling me up in a rage; otherwise I would have missed it. Let the deconstruction begin!)

This story was posted on September 23 2011 by Lisafer.

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  • September 23 2011 at 11:27 PM
    tatyana writes:

    my comments

    1. I think that the Zang Fool made this video to secretly egg us on.

    2. I think I lost my sight and my ears have wilted. My stepdaughter (a really good songwriter) is sitting next to me speechless with utter shock.

    ~tatyana

    Sarana Community Acupuncture

    Albany, CA

     

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  • September 24 2011 at 2:11 AM
    Nic writes:

    Will Acupuncture…

    give me a sexy ass?

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  • September 24 2011 at 12:10 PM
    Clayton Willoughby writes:

    Even Adam Sandler says it’s not funny

    and he’s rather let the side down since the good old days. I actually remember when that song was funny.

    I’m also pretty sure that the pictures used aren’t public domain, I’ve been to a website that sells all of those images and that video would cost a bundle if they actually licensed them.

    So, a couple of potential lawsuits but I’m guessing that other than the assault on our colective intelligence/sensibilities that the big issue is that it’s really just an ad for a crappy referral site? Pay us money and get your name listed above the rest! 

    One of the nice things about POCA, at least in my head, is that we can create a central hub like that, but with a bit of an ethical “flair”. There’s no participation there, it’s just advertising.

    There’s the heads up, don’t send your internets that way, don’t give them the satisfaction of high traffic. Just smile knowingly, shed a tear for humanity and get on with your day.

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  • September 24 2011 at 12:21 PM
    Guest writes:

    There is always one in a crowd!

    I’m sorry you didn’t allow yourself to enjoy the video. Too bad. Here are just a FEW of the comments emailed or posted on Facebook.

    sharing!!

    looove this

    LOL cute!!

    Are you ready for your Friday Funny? Check out this song about acupuncture!

    ....its great! You have a whole new career in front of you. I just emailed it to FSOMA and told them they might want to

    send it to all their members to help spread the word. I think it is a fun and light hearted way to let folks know how

    common acupuncture is.

    This is awesome! please repost in celebration of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine day

    great job on the funny AOM day YouTube video!

    Great job Elie!!! Love it!!!!!!

    thank you for your work and for your inspiration!

    I love it! my whole office (and two patients were rolling).

    That was awesome!!  And yes, absolutely hilarious!!!  I loved it and will be sending it to everyone on my mailing list!

    Thanks for sharing and for the smiles and laughter it brought!  You guys are the best and I feel so grateful that we are

    all community!

    That truly was great!  He sounded like that Adam Sandler song about Hannuka.  I loved it and want to pass it along to my

    clients.

    Thanks! That was sweet!

    Great Video. love it, thanks.

    That’s awesome - thanks for creating and sharing smile

    Hilarious and informative! Thanks for taking the time to make this!

    Elie you f$#%g ROCK!!!! Dude, that was awesome!

    Great job, Elie! All acupuncturists will love this!

    Great idea, great execution.

    Elie, did you do that AOM Day video?
    Yup, you like?
    More like LOOOOVE!

    Great One!!!! Definitely share!!!

    Love. This. Totally sharing, thanks!!!

    Love it !!! Posted it on three pages !!!

    Thanks I love it. Reposted on several pages

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  • September 24 2011 at 12:23 PM
    maceywebb writes:

    Sorry…

    but i couldn’t finish listening to the whole thing…  gross.  funniest juxtaposition, in that short time:  “there’s a lot of sickness in the world,” but mostly celebrities get acu… and the reason more people don’t?  (Not that celebrities are the only people who can afford it, nonono) you’re afraid that you’ll be thought a weirdo for trying acu, so you need to be able to say to your hip yet critical friends, well, sandra bullock does it!  what a mess of a message he’s sending…

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  • September 24 2011 at 6:42 PM
    alexa writes:

    Actually, there are several in this crowd…

    As the wife of the guy who bent Lisa’s ear over that video, I’ll explain what why we found it offensive. It’s not that the video is lighthearted or touts AOM day or is a knockoff of an old Saturday Night Live song. Elie, this may not have been your intention
    but your creation is a very classist one. The problem is that every single image in that video features someone who
    is young (or at least trying to look young), attractive, fit and trim with nice
    smooth skin and no visible scars. It’s the suggestion that the only reason why
    people would want to try acupuncture is because celebrities do it. I think back on the patients I treated today
    and they come from a different world than the beautiful people in that video with their flat abs and hairless backs. Our patients have dirty fingernails, funky toes, greasy hair, wrinkled
    skin and worn-in bodies. Their images
    would never make it into a video like that because real human pain and
    suffering isn’t all that pretty. The real reason why people should try acupuncture is because it works, not because
    some rich and famous person has done it. When you show only non offensive subjects in your promotional material
    you are disenfranchising the people who don’t fit that mold. The acupuncture establishment
    has already done that for too long.

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  • September 24 2011 at 8:01 PM
    Clayton Willoughby writes:

    Not a CAN member

    But it just goes to show the average intelligence of people who feel the need to use multiple explanation marks, lols and spell love as loooooooove. If anyone needs validation from internet forums, they need some help. Not trying to be a jerk, I mean I am, but I am trying to show some compassion. Seek help.

    Sounds like someone has spent some time fishing for attention since the author of the video came into this forum so quickly.

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  • September 24 2011 at 8:17 PM
    Lisafer writes:

    historical perspective

    When Mike called me up last night, he was explaining what he found so upsetting about this video, and I said, “Oh, I understand—it’s exactly like what happened to me in 2003 when I read THAT ARTICLE.”

    THAT ARTICLE spurred me to write down some notes (which was challenging as I was also foaming at the mouth); those notes turned into a letter to the editor of a now-defunct newsletter which Mary Saunders in Boulder read, which led her to come visit WCA and open the second community acupuncture clinic; I later used those notes as the basis for the first Little Red Book; the Little Red Book gave me the confidence to apply for a gig as a columnist for Acupuncture Today; the online comments page attached to my column exploded; and now, here we are.

    THAT ARTICLE, which is worth reading, is Looking For Patients Who Can Easily Afford Their Care? by Honora Lee Wolfe, and it was published in September of 2003.

    What it implies, and what the AOM Day video implies, don’t overlap 100%, but the commonalities are significant.  CAN was created as a response and an alternative, and out of a furious reaction, to the mental and social structures that suggest that acupuncturists’ best (and only) hope is to be successful starfuckers.

     

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  • September 24 2011 at 8:44 PM
    urbanapuncture writes:

    you already

    have it

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  • September 25 2011 at 7:52 PM
    tessmcginn writes:

    politics aside…

    I thought is was just plain stupid.  Of course I am not a fan of Adam Sandler.  And I’m with Clayton on the whole “Loooooovvve” thing.  Well, at least it isn’t a spa song with whispering flutes and rushing water in the background.  

    Doesn’t work for me.  I’ll not be sending that out to anyone. 

    Tess Bois (formerly McGinn)

    One World Community Acupuncture

    Fitchburg, MA

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  • September 25 2011 at 8:30 PM
    obnicole writes:

    to clarify…

    ...not all patients in community acu clinics have “...dirty fingernails, funky toes, greasy hair, wrinkled skin and worn-in bodies.”

    I see references like this every now and then and believe the point is that it is fine to come as you are, pretty or not. I just think it’s good to point out that the range of people attracted to, and possibly in need of, lower cost treatments cross a wide range of boundaries. Even up to really pretty affluent and well-groomed people…

    It is a very important point that Alexa makes when she says that showing only one idealized type of person (finding zen?) is"disenfranchizing” the rest of us. 

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  • September 26 2011 at 11:51 AM
    korbenp writes:

    Mr. S.S.

    A comment to Lisa’s comment: I’m no jello wrestler, and I think i’ll keep it that way, but if i was, I think I’d have to be “Mr. Successfull Starfucker”, and just let everyone have at me, but I could just always call on famous professional athletes to come and kick anyone else’s ass.

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  • September 26 2011 at 11:59 AM
    allyndreth writes:

    Classist, but utilizes our penchant for trusting celebraties

     As noted above, this is an extremely silly video that shows only beautiful and rich celebrities getting acupuncture. However, I do not think it warrents so much vitripution here. 

     When Oprah put acupuncture on her show and received it herself, it made a lot of ordinary people feel comfortable with the idea of acupuncture. Let’s face it, many are afraid of needles, many are sure it is voodoo, and many have just not thought it could treat such a wide range of illness and pain.

    I believe that the intent and usefulness of this video, is to simply allow folks to feel comfortable with the idea of acupuncture by utilizing our horrid tendancy to be influenced by rich and beautiful celebrities. 

    Better for us to counter the classism factor by putting out our own very good videos and information on how we make acupuncture so very affordable so that one does not need to be rich to afford it.

    Just my thoughts,

    Allyndreth 

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  • September 26 2011 at 12:12 PM
    tatyana writes:

    TCM directory email

    This (see below) was received in our clinic mailbox today - just want to say that nobody expressed that you created this video to attack CAN. The “egging on” comment was unrelated to you (if you are indeed a CAN member, you probably can figure out pretty quickly the Zang Fool reference). You would also know as a CAN member that this here is a public blog and it is where we comment on this type of stuff all the time - it is not a personal attack, but we are using your offensive video to provoke thinking about the classist thinking imbedded in the acupuncture profession.

    Hi!,

     

    First off I
    want to thank literally hundreds and hundreds of acupuncturists (and
    others)for sharing my video and expressing to me how much they love it
    and how great it is for acupuncture awareness.

     

    One email said this:

    “It’s great! I think it is a fun and light hearted way to let folks know how common acupuncture is.” 

     

    So why do the leaders of Community Acupuncture Network say my acupuncture video is an attack on them. As one of their members states “it was created to egg them on”.

     

    What does this acupuncture video have to do with the Community Acupuncture Network?

    It doesn’t!

     

    So why is there so much anger from them?

    Why are they
    trying to make the 90% of acupuncturists (including their own members
    who loved and shared it on Facebook) that love the video feel like they
    are the only ones that like it?

    Why does one of their members insult your intelligence for liking it?

     

    ...to be continued

     

     

    If you haven’t seen the video yet, Click Here! 

    ~tatyana

    Sarana Community Acupuncture

    Albany, CA

     

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  • September 26 2011 at 12:46 PM
    Guest writes:

    Lighten up

    I can understand if people dislike this video for its silliness and bad music.  But to find this video offensive is going overboard.  The “artist” is using pictures of celebrities to entice people to try acupuncture, not to say that only pretty and rich people can use it.  Whether we like it or not, a lot of people idolize and try to mimic celebrities.  That’s why celebrities are used for all sorts of product endorsements.  It’s equivalent to restaurants throwing up picture of celebrities that have dined there.

    I like the earlier suggestion to make a countering video that includes the many different faces of acupuncture recipients that you can treat,

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  • September 26 2011 at 12:49 PM
    Guest writes:

    Also,

    trying to mock the grammar and intelligence of the Facebook fans is a pretty low move.  It’s Facebook.  Every comment on Facebook has web jargon and excessive use of “!” and superlatives.  Those people commenting on how much they love the video are the everyday folks that you see in your clinic.

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  • September 26 2011 at 2:49 PM
    Guest writes:

    Yeah, it’s classist and

    Yeah, it’s classist and silly, and at the very least euro-centric (probably not outright racist, although only one font popped up when I googled “racist font”) but it’s just someone’s little self-promoting video, not like it’s all over the mainstream media.  It seems hardly worth noting to me..  When Lisa threw this up on her blog it had about 300 views, now (3 days later?) it’s over 1200, plus it looks like the creator is using our comments for free publicity.

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  • September 26 2011 at 4:34 PM
    Spartacus writes:

    .

    I was going to make a similar point.  I think there is certainly the aspect of “acu as luxury for the rich”, but one of the reasons celebrity endorsements are sought after is that to most people celebrities seem familiar.  When someone looks at Gwyneth Paltrow (unless they’ve had the misfortune of encountering her very classist blog!) they are more likely to imagine the girl from Sliding Doors, or whatever movie, and feel like they know that person, which in turn familiarizes whatever’s being endorsed.  If everyone had the “I’m not good enough for ____” reaction no one would ever seek celebrity endorsement.  I think there are definitely messages in the video that support the acu status quo and I’m glad we’re deconstructing it because it’s necessary, and there are these other aspects as well.

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  • September 26 2011 at 6:14 PM
    Lisafer writes:

    That’s OK

    Because my goal was not to get people to boycott the video, it was to get people to think about it and talk about it. If even one acupuncturist watches it and wonders, “Why would this video UPSET those community acupuncture radicals??” and actually really THINKS about it, I would consider that great progress from where we started, back in the day.

    Also: it may indeed be just someone’s silly little self-promoting video, but it’s being offered to all acupuncturists to use for AOM Day. The video starts out, “There’s a lot of sickness in the world, but not many people know about the benefits of acupuncture. So I wrote a song for all those nice people, in hopes that they would give acupuncture a try.” I hate to put it this way, but if you create something and imply that it’s for all acupuncturists and all (potential) patients,  you are fair game. When some of us hear, “all those nice people” OF COURSE we think of our patients, because they are the nicest people we have ever met! And so we watch the video, and what we see is a weirdly monochromatic and homogenized version of the lovely diversity that we are used to.  And we are perturbed! Sure, some of our patients look like that, but a video where they ALL look like that, whether it intends to or not, is making a statement. Because it’s so extremely different from reality.

    Wait,  did I hear you say, it’s not so different from reality for lots of acupuncture practices?

    Yeah,  and that’s exactly what we have a problem with. This video doesn’t exist in a vacuum. If the acupuncture profession was promoting a beautifully accessible reality for patients, I’m guessing we all would have just scratched our heads at this. I still might have said “starfucker” but I might not have said it on a blog. It’s all about the context!

    Also: we did actually make a video of our own. See what we mean?

    And also: lighten up?! We are the jello-wrestlers and the karaoke strippers of the acupuncture world. Nobody lightens up like we do. It’s a little scary sometimes. 

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  • September 26 2011 at 7:00 PM
    obnicole writes:

    like like like like

    where is that button?

    i could not agree more. 

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  • October 12 2011 at 5:59 PM
    Guest writes:

    blech!

    i thought it was a joke, but they were serious!  i feel so dirty!

    one thing that did stand out is the “no drugs or surgery” schtuff: it reminded me of a David Singer workshop I attended (I felt very dirty afterward, and wanted to go for a chem dip).

    Anyhew, this just happened: Did something schtoopid: jumped from a low ridge onto a sand dune and tried to barefoot ski down the dune. However, sand was very densely packed and I fell on my patootey.  Was painful, but worse the next day and had a very beautiful bruise on my sacrum. Saw stars when i drove, had to sit sideways and lay on my side.

    short of the short, not sure if i broke my sacrum/coccyx (most likely not, but whenever it was touched, i nearly was on the ceiling).  So off to MD (of course my MD—who’s a DO—was at a conference and had a covering MD). Went MD office, sat for 45 min…and was gonna be another hour before i could be seen, even with an appointment. So walked out, went to ER, walked in, was seen, assessed and off to x-ray in 40 min.  Results: no fracture. got a Toradol intramuscular injection (that stuff works!!!).  Got scripts for 5 days worth of Toradol (high powered NSAID, but can lead to renal failure if taken for more than 5 days), asked for a lidoderm patch script, got a script for 10.  I was really lucky to be seen right away in an ER. However, the caveat is that it’s not a trauma center, plus there are 3 other hospitals in that 2 mile radius of the one i went to—one of which is a trauma center.

    So the total: $50 ER visit (thx BCBS HMO), $35 for meds (again, thx BCBS HMO).  Called a friend to ask about herbs: would have cost me around the same for my meds, but would have had to drive to chinatown to pick up.  Would the herbs have worked over the meds? maybe, maybe not. Could i have gotten acu? sure. but again, would have had to drive to the acu office.

    Got the herbs a day or so later, and am getting acu, but yeah, that “no drugs/surgery” stuff really bugged me.

    It’s funny, I had a patient who has Crohn’s and has a permanent ileostomy. A friend of mine stated that could have been prevented if he did acupuncture and herbs.  Really?  Curious it is that this friend still uses antihistamines for her allergies…“nothing else works” no herbs, acu only is temporary….hmm go figure, just sayin.

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  • October 12 2011 at 7:33 PM
    maceywebb writes:

    Touche

    i thought that you were impressed about the practitioners liking the video.  but if they speak or type badly, i bet they’re low-to-middle class.  surely “those people” can’t be acupuncturists, right?

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