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Sex without love is a meaningless experience, but as far as meaningless experiences go its pretty damn good.
Woody Allen

Faces of Compassion, Faces of Hate

Three years ago, when I had my first gallbladder attack, the attending urgent-care doctor advised I’d self-diagnosed correctly and that gallbladder surgery would be a simple thing. “They pop them out in the morning and send you home in the afternoon,” she explained. She strongly urged I consider having it done. Well, maybe that’s true […]

“Super Geezers”

Super Geezers – Just some Teasers Civilities rambunctious Sneezers. Belch at any Time of Day, no Concerns of What they Say

Have no Time for Politics, Pick your Noses just for Kicks. Speak your Minds without a Care, take a Nap most Anywhere.

Cranky if You want to Be, Dirty Jokes and Laugh with Glee. […]

“Bad Brain Bats!!!!”

Many thoughts Fly through your Head, from Time you’re Born until you’re Dead. Disease’s I would Like to Stall, the Ones when there’s No Thoughts at All.

It’s scary Stuff to Not know You, or Have Control of What you Do. As I’m inching Up in Years, this Is one of My Biggest Fears.

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Why Not?

Went to Sam’s Club yesterday, when Checking out to Our Dismay, no more Helpful/Smiling Faces, Self-Check Kiosks in their Places.

As Sam’s and Others move High Tech, “Why Not” a Dud that Seems a Wreck. My solution – do I Dare – to Fix a System called Healthcare.

Acting as “The Idea Proctor,” eliminate […]

FIGHTING DIABETES

BRYCE ON LIFE

– One man’s fight against Type 2 Diabetes.

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I recently announced on Facebook I had worked my way off of Diabetes medication, having been able to lower my blood sugar levels […]

THE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT; HERE WE GO AGAIN

BRYCE ON POLITICS

– It looks like history is going to repeat itself.

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NOTE: This column was originally published in late March, prior to withdrawing the legislation. The point remains valid.

The Relationship between your doctor and your insurance company

This article is about insurance companies and how decisions are made concerning their subscribers. It must be stated in the beginning that there are many fine insurance companies and doctors who make proper decisions concerning the health of their subscribers. This article is not about those who make such proper decisions. The decision making process […]

Had a Colonoscopy

Had a Colonoscopy, guess so now that I can see, exactly where the “sun don’t shine,” secrets now that aren’t all mine.

Got some photos of what’s there, maybe show them everywhere? My best insides and with style, all that’s missing is a smile.

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Updating the Last Stage of Life

Ruminations on the prevalence of carcinoma in the modern world.

 

When I was studying psychology at the University of Kansas a good many years ago, I remember encountering the psychosocial theories of Erik Erikson and his eight stages of human development: infancy, early childhood, preschool, school age, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood and maturity. […]