Hey == Let's Talk --- Bell Canada (Hey Wheres The Bread Bell??)

Or why not just pretend we do. As heck Mental Illnesses will only effect 20% of the population and yet is and has always been "under funded" but hell their just crazy people why should we devote "tax payer dollars" to

Addictions and Mental Illness

Here is why its 20% of the population and if you are unlucky you will not be given group therapy, referred to a rehab center, and or not be allowed a qualified physiologist

I still from the time I was diagnosed in 1985/87 with a mental illness have been denied access to a group thereapy session event, it is 2019 people that is 33 years, the internet is only

How old is the public Internet?

On 6 August 1991, exactly twenty years ago, the World Wide Web became publicly available. Its creator, the now internationally known Tim Berners-Lee, posted a short summary of the project on the alt.hypertext newsgroup and gave birth to a new technology which would fundamentally change the world as we knew it.

I had to get myself both "clean and sober" and that was a long time ago as I

Officially Stopped

Weed / hash on March 18, 2006 --- 13 years, 5 months, 7 days or 161 months, 7 days ago less one week between September 14, and September 21, 2018 (when I had elevated CK Levels) thinking weed could help with the muscle pain I was experiencing

Levels of CK can rise after a heart attack, skeletal muscle injury, strenuous exercise, or drinking too much alcohol, and from taking certain medicines or supplements. If this test shows that your CK levels are high, you may have muscle or heart damage. CK is made up of three enzyme forms.

I was walking 20K a day and damn near killed myself as my levels were 2100

What is the normal range for CK levels?

In a healthy adult, the serum CK level varies with a number of factors (gender, race and activity), but normal range is 22 to 198 U/L (units per liter). Higher amounts of serum CK can indicate muscle damage due to chronic disease or acute muscle injury.

I quit Cigarettes On December 11, 2007 just 14 days before what for some is a stressful day // season we call Christmas

It has now been 11 years, 8 months, 14 days or 140 months, 14 days

Still shaking my head as to how I ever a girl that smoked

It is terrible what we put ourselves through as on April 1, 2012 I needed surgery as a result of the smoking to remove a half of my right lung

That was 4 years, 3 months, 21 days or 51 months, 21 days AFTER I stopped smoking

Think YOU are more LUCKY okay play Russian roulette it is your (actually it is the smoke life as once she gets in sometimes she just KILLS you for sport)

Now we enter the big leagues as we roll out the doctor prescribed

Opiates circa 1985 to 2010

This would begin innocently enough as I was a 24 kid that had never taken a pill before I went to work and on March 15, 1985 I suffered a workplace injury and was placed on Tylenol 3's by 1987 this would escalate to Percect

And A War as I needed to move on April 1, 1987 and on April 3, 1987 I would receive a letter from the WCB (Workers Compensation Board) "I was on benefits"

The letter from my "claims adjudicator" Lorne Bullion (funny how the mind works when it is clean and sober) its Neoplasticisty

the leter said "I was physiologically disturbed and a write off and would never work again"

Well never is a very long time as what was wrong was once again "the lack of a rehab, group, or individuate countering"

They in other words "wrote me off at 24 years old"

And left me to die:



This was a horrible move on their part as I was about to sacrifice myself for the people of MY Province and cause treble for those in power at the WCB

See this is how it all began my late father before he passed away when I was 14 and he was 45 took me onto HIS (we owned it) job site and taught me the ways of the Magi and more

But he taught me to value and absorb knowledge required through books Jim Rohn extended this dream of my father with this quote "poor people have a big TV and rich people have a big library" dad said "I don't care if you live in a shoe box have a library" (this is why when I did my 59 day term as a homeless man to see how they were treated I had a library on my cot) I slept on 1//3 of my cot

Books were always a massive deal with my dad and me, Thank You Edgard Facciotti for the gifts you shared in the brief few years we encountered each other on this pass through of space and time

THEY used broken Medical Equipment to treat injured workers in the fall of 1987 (see EPL files Edmonton Journal, August to October)

Yes I have always been a WARRIOR for the common man

So I did DR RX Opiates from March 15, 1985 to November 9, 2010 and was clean from November 9, 2010 till January 3, 2019 when I needed pain "management" for a hole the size of a toonie in my tail bone

Okay I will need to come back here as its 315am, and I need sleep again

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