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JULY 12, 2013

This is all about the colon. First there were lawyers. Then there were doctors…

Keeping fingers crossed. This ACTORVIST patient ain’t finished yet! Wife nearby.

JULY 16, 2013

Well, I’m still alive. Still in what’s called “recovery”.

Interesting people, doctors. They are pretty well all specialists today. They have their own


December 14, 2012:
With the terrifying news out of Newtown Connecticut this morning, it is now more clear than ever that psychological profiling of any student demonstrating possibly dangerous behavior be ordered, and to hell with their personal right to privacy. When lives and guns are involved, emergency methods must be taken. It

Just got off the phone with a customs official at LAX, trying to get my Pradaxa delivered to me from a Canadian pharmacy. Pradaxa is a blood-thinning drug which has largely replaced Warfarin (Coumadin). Made by a Swiss firm, it is hugely expensive in the U.S. The drug is marketed in Canada under the name Pradax, and is half the price.
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It’s been "time out" for me for a while, I’m afraid.  After my heart attack almost a year ago, I’ve been medicated and exercised and dieted and monitored within an inch of my life, and then unexpectedly went into atrial fibrillation, fortunately while I was under observation at the hospital.

A short trip to

O.K., so lawyers hate me. Now perhaps some doctors will hate me too, because I am going to recommend things connected to your health, yes major things, where I believe a patient may do better than just asking your regular M.D. for advice.
First off, I have had 4 hernia operations. The first was