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July 10, 2003

lured me with drugs

My doctor admitted today that the morphine shot to go yesterday was an attempt to make me stay in the hospital last light. "You are one of the VERY FEW who have that operation and want to go home as quickly as you did," he said.

I didn't admit that the plan almost worked. That shot knocked me ass over teakettle. If Mom hadn't pulled up right to the front door so I had to take only three steps out of the wheelchair to hit the passenger seat, I would have fallen on my Cracker ass right there in the parking lot. They gave me the good shit. I was ALL fuh-eh-duh.

I replied, "My Mom has a computer and she doesn't mind if I smoke on the back porch. You people won't let me get on the internet OR smoke."

"Oh, yeah... you're that "blogger" guy, aren't you?"

Yeah, I am that blogger guy. And THAT'S why I got the fuck out of there at 2:30 yesterday afternoon. I could blog and smoke after I escaped their evil clutches. They might have demerol and morphine, but I had drugs to go, in pill form. And Mom had a computer.

That was a no-brainer in my book. I like blogging more than I like really good drugs, especially when you have to stay in a hospital to get them. Some things are more important than getting high, especially when you can do them and get high anyway.

It makes perfect sense to me.

Comments

Everything makes sense when you have happy pills. I am surprised to see you up and blogging so soon maybe you should leave you body to science!

Posted by: SASSY on July 10, 2003 06:34 PM

A-Man, I appreciate your candor. I haven't gone through this, but now I know what to do and what not to do. The United States Army wishes you all the best on a successful deployment at T-4 to T-6 (how we tracks weeks out, on a training calendar). We'll pray "God's Speed" that you don't miss SP (the start of that patrol). V/R Dan

Posted by: Dan Mulcahy on July 10, 2003 06:54 PM

Trust me, Dan. I STAY ahead of the curve.

Posted by: Acidman on July 10, 2003 07:08 PM

The absolute no-smoking policies practiced by most medical facilities is an example of what my mama called the worst sin: intentional cruelty.

If the helping professions feel virtuous imposing such policies upon sick people and their anxious relatives, I will not believe they are staffed by compassionate natures, and do not doubt they enjoy the exercise of forcing extra misery upon their customers.

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