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I HATE IT HERE!!!!
SO CONFUSING AND DARK AND BLURRY
JUST LIKE MY DREAM WHEN I FELL BACK TO SLEEP THIS MORNING
I WAS SO TIRED. I NEEDED A POWER NAP.
POWERFUL, IT WAS
I WANTED JESUS TO COME, SO BAD AND TAKE ME AWAY SO BADLY I CRIED
I AM SO REGRETFUL TO HAVE FAILED GOD'S TEST ON MY LIFE. HOW COULD I HAVE ALLOWED MYSELF TO DO DRUGS WHEN I KNEW GOD WAS SUCH A BIGGER HIGH THAN I WOULD EVER FIND???
HOW COULD I HAVE BEEN SO STUPID???
I DON'T WANT TO BE LEFT BEHIND WHEN HE COMES. I HOPE I GO WHEN THE RAPTURE HAPPENS.
I KNOW GOD IS NOT FEAR. BUT THIS, I ADMIT IS MY ONLY FEAR.
Now, I'm sick of the poop! Tell you what, (and no, I'm not talking to any of you writers here on the forum- I consider you my friends) but the GD
other ones that actually head up the programs.....
Look, as I have said numerous times, I do not want any one Co. or program to get into trouble but gd it, I have repeatedly requested just let me out of your study.....but you have not....Now, I own my home....not the banks but me.....look phucksticks, I can take my gd drill right now and start drilling all the holes I want to.....got it???? I gave you a chance to get your **** out of my home and yet you still have not....
So do I have to actually hire an inspector>>>b/c they are expensive...so just take it out.....take your fusion techniques to someone like Gore or anyone else that is so phucking interested....how bout Kurzweil????
How bout Cliff??? He loves the ET 's....I don't. Hell even Chas and His poor sweet wife dress up like starwars......take them if you all wanna know space so bad.....
Oh, I have to run....must go cook but will be back to finish this later then diconnect the internet for the last time....
Hang in their Maggie!!!! You're in my thoughts.....
PS>>>>one organization is not gov't but privately funded.....don't even think that fake space craft in Chicago in Nov is gonna fly.....you used holigraprahs!!! (SP?)...............
rapist and perverts....go to hell is where you will go.....
'Frankenstein farming' fears
Carol Tucker Foreman, of the Consumer Federation of America, said the FDA was ignoring research showing cloning results in more animal deaths and deformities than other reproductive technologies.
Years ago, I was a consultant for an Amiga software company that was driven out of business when a virus that was too new to be detected by their anti-virus system got into their company and onto the master disk for a new game. The master disk went to duplication and every single copy of the game had the virus on it. The company was driven out of business. Thanks hackers. Thanks a whole bunch.
Now, let us suppose that the cow providing the master DNA for a cloning operation carries a disease that can be transferred to humans, similar to Mad Cow, but so new that none of the standard tests detects it. That cow gets duplicated a few million times, and every copy carries this new disease. Because of the cloning, this new disease appears suddenly all over the nation, not just one or two isolated spots as would be the case with a natural disease process.
Or, since nobody will spend the money to clone a normal cow, we can assume that the animal being cloned has already been tinkered with genetically to produce some desired trait, yet carries ancillary genetic damage undetected by the current tests.Cloning allows that genetic error to gain wide penetration into the human population before it presents itself.
Anyone recall the Thalidomide catastrophe? - M. R.
The FDA wants to hear from you about Animal Cloning
http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/o ... AGENCY=FDA
http://home.peoplepc.com/psp/newsstory. ... 2077822489
http://biology-online.org/biology-forum ... 1740#71740
http://www.charlotte.com/mld/charlotte/ ... 423815.htm
Posted on Wed, Jan. 10, 2007
Doctors slow to recognize mysterious disease
Victims of Morgellons suffer real symptoms but accused of delusions
Special to the Observer
In 1979 Charlotte businessman Marc Iverson fell ill from a mysterious, debilitating ailment. Many doctors didn't believe his symptoms were real, much less the herald of a new disease.
Because symptoms didn't fit any established medical models, physicians couldn't make a definite diagnosis. That was a crushing blow for Iverson, a corporate vice president crippled at age 28.
But he persevered in seeking research, diagnosis and treatment of what became known as Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. This led to his Charlotte founding of the CFIDS Association of America. Hundreds of thousands of sufferers have since been diagnosed.
A few years earlier, Connecticut housewife Polly Murray had complained to health authorities that her family was suffering from an unknown ailment. Persistence got her labeled a hypochondriac. She eventually convinced Yale researchers to investigate, and that led to the identification of the bacteria that had infected her and others with what is now commonly called Lyme disease.
So, will a new malady that has stigmatized a North Carolina woman and thousands of other Americans win similar acceptance in 2007, or will the allegation that they suffer from nothing but delusions cause Morgellons Disease to simmer on the medical back burner?
Debbie Drake -- not her real name -- of Cleveland County hadn't heard of Morgellons when she turned off the bedroom light one night last March and husband Jerry asked why she had blue glitter on her face. She turned the light back on and went to a mirror, but saw nothing unusual. A short while later Debbie felt something biting her legs and face. Pulling back the covers, she expected to find fleas. Instead she saw tiny black specks on her side of the sheets. Strange, she thought, that whatever it was had left Jerry alone. But the biting and crawling sensation continued throughout the night.
Just a case of scabies?
That was the start of an affliction for which her regular physicians can provide no satisfying diagnosis. Her symptoms include severe fatigue, memory loss and especially the intense, itchy lesions in which strange fibers and granules -- auto-fluorescent in some cases -- appear on her skin.When hair started falling out in clumps, she went to a dermatologist who said she had scabies, an allergic reaction to skin mites. It produces itchy rashes when female mites burrow into the skin and lay eggs. Males roam atop the skin, creating a crawling sensation. Since these symptoms matched a few of Debbie's, the doctor prescribed a regimen of topical medications.
But after weeks and weeks of head-to-toe coatings, Debbie's situation had not improved. "I thought I was going to die. The itching was terrible. I reached the point where I hated to go to bed at night." Drake recalled. "I took leave from my job for a short time and was embarrassed to leave the house because of the welts and lesions on my body."
Like Iverson and Murray, she felt she was being treated with skepticism instead of with serious medical attention. "My family doctor didn't come right out and say it, but I got the impression she thought I was experiencing some sort of mental problems," said Drake.
Later she learned that many dermatologists claim the skin fibers and the sensation of parasites crawling under the skin are the effect of a psychosis called "Delusional Parasitosis." Not so, say Drake and other activists.
It appears that the Morgellons equivalent of a Marc Iverson or Polly Murray is biologist Mary Leitao, who in 2002 founded the Morgellons Research Foundation, now based in Maryland. Leitao got involved when fibers appeared on her 2-year-old son. She named the disease after a medical reference to a similar symptom displayed by 17th-century French children called "morgellons."
At least 5 cases in Charlotte
"The number of cases reported to us by persons with the symptoms has doubled in the past year," noted Leitao. "Nearly a quarter of those are from California. Texas and Florida also rank high. So far I know of at least five in Charlotte, and about 70 elsewhere in North Carolina."
Leitao's nonprofit advocacy group has cooperated with medical researchers at Oklahoma State University and funded some of their work. Debbie Drake attended a Morgellons conference there last summer and was relieved to meet folks with similar symptoms.
MRF and online advocacy groups have pressured the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to escalate a long-delayed examination of Morgellons. That study is scheduled to focus on the California outbreak and will begin the first quarter of this year.
Meanwhile, Debbie Drake holds her head high, and hopes.
Observer community columnist Jack Calaway of Charlotte is a Certified Public Accountant. Write him c/o The Observer, P.O. Box 30308, Charlotte, NC 28230-0308, or at [email protected].
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