Posted in Autism, Fibromyalgia, sleep, Uncategorized

Is Fibromyalgia Just Another Word For Lazy?

You’re lazy. You’re a whiner. You’re attention seeking. It’s all in your head.  Fibromyalgia is just another word for lazy. Feel free to add more. I’ve heard them all. Image

Let me get this straight, the medical profession conspired and effectively implemented a fake syndrome just to cater to lazy people. Sounds perfectly reasonable. It’s not as if doctors have anything better to do. Or have reputations and licenses to protect. Or have ethics. And what exactly would their motivation be? Why would they make up an illness? Aren’t there enough illnesses? Cancer alone should keep them hopping.

There are many health issues that can not be found through standardized testing, for example: Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s, Autism, Lupus, ADD/ADHD, wheat or gluten ‘sensitivity’, acute back pain, as well as many mental health issues.

Does that mean they don’t exist? Does that mean the people that have these issues don’t suffer, don’t feel, don’t actually have these medical challenges? Image

People like to mock. I get that. I’d guess those same people would want doctors and people to believe them if they were ill, even if there was no standardized testing for their illness.

To the best of my knowledge, there’s no standardized testing for ignorance or stupidity yet either, but I’d buy stocks for that future booming business.

I didn’t ask to be ill and I certainly didn’t ask to be mocked and harassed because I’m ill. Even if it was just ‘in my head’, shouldn’t anyone with a health issue be treated with dignity and respect?

Maybe we need a standardized test for intolerance.


Posted in Books, Televison, Uncategorized

Yet another Stephen Colbert pole?

ImageThis book, I Am A Pole (And So Can You) by Stephen Colbert (Grand Central Publishing) is so brilliantly run of the mill!

I recommend you read it, if you have a minute or two, or if you have absolutely nothing else to do!

Startling in its middling mediocrity.

Posted in Canada, Political, Uncategorized

Show Me The Money

ImageBanks Earn Record High Amounts.

When was the last time you saw a headline that said People Earn Record Amounts? Never.

Despite record high household debt, record underemployment and not exactly great unemployment numbers, the banks are still making billions in profit, on your back.

They don’t want people to save money.

They don’t want people to have affordable housing, reasonable wages, etc. Banks want you in debt, and borrowing money, getting mortgages, investing in shifty stocks, etc.

They have one goal, to make money. Image

They don’t care who they hurt to do it.

Banks and corporations run our country while governments bow and scrape to them, so where does that leave people? Falling further behind. The chasm of inequality becomes the Grand Canyon of Disproportion.

They stoke the fires turning people against each other by pointing the finger at welfare, disabled, seniors, when they are just distracting people from the real problem with our society.

Despite what they tell you, pulling people up, helping people, giving people opportunities doesn’t hurt the middle class (what’s left of it) or the upper class, it actually helps. bankers4

Don’t fight each other, that’s what they want.

“If you drink much from a bottle marked ‘poison’ it is certain to disagree with you sooner or later.”~Lewis Carroll