Thursday, August 17, 2017

An homage to Jeff Foxworthy

If you have more tattoos than teeth-
Yeah, you might have septic bacteremia.

Dear Racist Ladies

Your aggressive man probably isn't going to martyr himself for the cause.
He's not going to go down in a hail of gunfire and glory.
Sure he's manic and violent and says he has righteous reasons...
but History and Science says:  He will most likely kill YOU.

Are you ready to die for him?
Because if you are, you need a dentist too.

Plausible Deniability is the Refuge of Sociopaths

Yo Proud Boys-  Cuck a doodle do!

Steve Bannon, Unrepentant
I asked Bannon about the connection between his program of economic nationalism and the ugly white nationalism epitomized by the racist violence in Charlottesville and Trump’s reluctance to condemn it. Bannon, after all, was the architect of the strategy of using Breitbart to heat up white nationalism and then rely on the radical right as Trump’s base.

He dismissed the far right as irrelevant and sidestepped his own role in cultivating it: “Ethno-nationalism—it's losers. It's a fringe element. I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more.”

“These guys are a collection of clowns,” he added.

This is Not a Drill.
The Most Dangerous Infections in the World are in Steve Bannon's Head.
This is what a SUICIDAL person looks like.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Big Red Flag

This is what happens when all your lower teeth are rotten.

All those toxins collect in your neck and shoulders.
He's got two bad uppers too, paralyzing those saggy cheeks and upper lip.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Tic Tic Tic Tic Tic

FBI Arrests Schizophrenic Man for Plotting to Blow Up Bank
Jerry Drake Varnell is accused of planning to use a bomb in Oklahoma City and claimed he’s a far-right extremist. His mother and court papers show he’s mentally ill.

Neccessity is the Mother of Invention

A candy flavored cocktail of vitamin D, green tea extract and olive oil...

... somebody work on that so I don't have to.

This is how I know

I have been documenting the bumps and sagging on my face for many years.
This is what I look like when I'm suicidal. (after H1N1 vaccine) 

The weird thing is, I can't feel it.  It took me years to map all those swellings to their origins.  To this day, I can't tell when it happens.  I just get despondent.  I have to look in the mirror to realize my sinuses are clogged and teeth are inflamed.

For the record, if you send me a head shot, I will tell you what I see.  Please don't tell me your known infections.  I want to check my work.

Zombie Shopping

In case you're wondering, this is one of my all time favorite reference books.   Critical Life Knowledge combined with vivid, disgusting photos.

I also own this, which is a historical version.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

While I'm At It

Bright red swellings on cheekbones are acute upper tooth infections.
They tend to make you annoyed with everyone.
Although he's got some leaky ones on the bottom, too.

Alternate Facts

A statement I am seeing a lot lately:
"When you have enjoyed unacknowledged privilege for so long.... equality feels like oppression."
That discounts a whole lot of contrite and progressive privileged people.

I think a more predictably valid version is:
When your head is septic, mere consciousness feels like oppression.

What I See

Obvious External Symptoms:
Adenoid Facies  (elongated face)
Acute Adenoid inflammation  (swelling at bridge of nose)
Clogged lacrimal glands and frontal sinuses  (swollen forehead and eyelids)
Upper tooth socket infections, probably number 4 and 12, common with adenoid facies.  (slack cheeks, reddened cheekbones)
Lower molar infections, common with young people in general.  (jowls and double chin)
Insulin Resistance (fat and puffy pink skin)
(If I were in charge the first thing I would do is check him for strep throat.)

Yeah, multiple infections have cumulative effects.  Nobody ever seems to realize that.
This young man's head hurts all over and he blames it on racial diversity.
It looks like living out of his car for a couple days was enough to tip him over the edge.

This is Yuge

Petition Declaring Trump Mentally Ill Pushes for Signers
The group "Duty to Warn," founded by influential psychotherapist Dr. John Gartner, has gathered nearly 60,000 signatures from mental health professionals on a petition calling for the removal of Donald Trump from office due to "serious mental illness that renders him psychologically incapable of competently discharging the duties of President of the United States."
The psych professions are completely built around covering their own asses because their own theories have never worked to explain anything.
The fact that they are willing to put their names on this means that even they can't ignore that Trump is cognitively short circuiting and dangerous.
They can admit the obvious... that's some breakthrough progress there...

Believe these people when they tell you what they want is battle to the death

Septic people don't care if they die.   They know it will relieve their personal misery.

Septic people also feel less epithelial pain. People who feel less pain also seem to have a lot less empathy for other peoples suffering.

These are absolutely predictable symptoms of chronic untreated bacteremia.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Just putting this out there

I think the solution to Nazis somehow involves Hot Cocoa.
Those guys are really hypoglycemic and their teeth hurt.
They need naps.

I wonder if all the crafty middle aged lady resisters could get behind this strategy...
Make some custom cups.
-maybe a dentist groupon printed on there.

time to drop chocolate bars on the crowd.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Exhibit B

Here’s the Memo That Blew Up the NSC

Fired White House staffer argued "deep state" attacked Trump administration because the president represents a threat to cultural Marxist memes, globalists, and bankers.
Read the Document.
It is Full Blown Mania On Vivid Display.
Not one simple statement in the whole thing.  Rambling sentences full of subordinate clauses, parenthetical thinking, and overuse of technical terminology.
Hypergraphia O Rama-  the product of a poisoned mind.

(Those of you who are familiar with my writing, know I am well experienced in this realm...  I get really prolific when my rotten teeth are amping up my brain.)

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

See the Vortex

This senator just insinuated that John McCain's vote was an aberration due to a brain tumor.
My argument is that the belligerent, impulsive symptoms come long before that.

He really should have that string of six skin growths on the left side of his nose and mouth and forehead looked at.   I would guess a nasolacrimal duct infection clogging his lymph nodes.
Skin cancer comes next.  Ask McCain...


I posted this nine months ago-


On this Veteran's Day, I think of my father who was an Air Force fighter pilot.   He was an obsessively dedicated and talented hotshot.
In 1962, he spent about a week in an airplane on a tarmac in Florida, waiting to see if he would have to bomb Cuba.
"I lived in that machine with an atomic bomb strapped to my ass."
That's how he put it.

He was lucky that John F. Kennedy was president.   Because my father was a good soldier.

Good Luck Everyone.

See the Vortex

Yes it looks like this young man not only has adenoid facies, but he's been hanging around the president and now his nose is inflamed too...

He was manically septic years ago.   See the long term effects: Baldness. Insulin Resistance. Obsession.

KellyAnne's face did the same thing after the inauguration.

Righteous Indignation is a symptom.

Effin Ay

We need some puppies.  Stat.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

This is Why

We have a political problem no one wants to talk about: very old politicians

Yeah, they're older and sicker than ever before.   Held together with stents and statins. 
Unable to incorporate the complexity of this electronic world.  Stage managed by aides.
And getting more stubborn all the time.
Yes- stubbornness is a symptom of mental deterioration.

Unfortunately, they are the last generation that wasn't raised on antibiotics.
The younger folks are even less healthy and more emotionally volatile...

This is the YUGE problem that society must address before those old fuckers burn everything down.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Things that caught my eye

Missing Florida woman found after she bottled her scent

New brain death pathway in Alzheimer's disease

Stem cells in the brain’s hypothalamus help mice stay young
This is very important.   Neurogenesis in the hypothalamus is our ultimate goal. 

Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning, study suggests
Drinking alcohol improves memory for information learned before the drinking episode began, new research suggests.

Blowing Out Birthday Candles Increases Cake Bacteria by 1,400 Percent
Nonetheless, these people seem to think this is an appropriate activity...
I am convinced it is a legacy group inoculation ritual.  Sharing the germs early and often to prime the immune systems of the entire group.   Unfortunately the massive amounts of sugar we eat these days lowers the immune response and causes chronic illness instead.

Millennials’ Love For Wine And Weed Is Hurting The Beer Industry

Diet choice, reproduction of fruit flies affected by gut bacteria
New studies reveal the gut bacteria composition of the common fruit fly has a significant effect on diet choice and reproductive success

Men’s sweet tooth may increase risk of anxiety and depression

Neuroticism may postpone death for some
Data from a longitudinal study of over 500,000 people in the United Kingdom indicate that having higher levels of the personality trait neuroticism may reduce the risk of death for individuals who report being in fair or poor health. The research further revealed that a specific aspect of neuroticism related to worry and feelings of vulnerability was associated with lower mortality, regardless of self-reported health.
Melting glaciers in Swiss Alps could reveal hundreds of mummified corpses 
Oh yay.   Zombie Plagues.

As I was saying

How to Make a Berserker:
Eat a lot of sugar to numb the pain of your septic tooth infections.

Similarly, this is the most exquisite tweet in the last 8 months:

Steve Bannon, still there like the rotting wisdom tooth you keep meaning to have removed.
Pardon me for neglecting the blog and celebrating Schadenfreude Week instead...

Wednesday, August 2, 2017


Lawrence O'Donnell can see it.  Always could.
I am so glad MSNBC kept him.  He speaks the truth. I love him.

Presidential Incoherence

Friday, July 28, 2017

See the Angels is really the people who made this happen.   Protesting in their wheelchairs, for heaven's sake...

Please contribute if you can, I know they have a lot of expenses from this battle for justice.

How Far We Have Fallen

I am happy that John McCain decided to vote as his constituents wanted him to.
I'm quite surprised, but I do not consider it "Brave" just because all the other male republican senators are monstrous cowards.
Besides killing a lot of people, many of the hospitals and nursing homes in Arizona would have gone bankrupt. It would have tanked our retirement based economy. 

It was the right thing to do.  On every metric.
So no extra credit for just doing his damn job.

Minus Points for all the theatrics.
Because it was always the right thing to do.
(I don't give sick old men the benefit of the doubt when it comes to impulsive, self-aggrandizing behavior.)

Lots of points and thanks to Senators Collins and Murkowski for standing firm from the beginning, even in the face of threats from their cruel colleagues.

Everyone get some sleep and then get up and Resist some more...

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Follow the Money

They are writing the bill today.
They are voting tomorrow.
A bill that literally spells death for millions.  And will probably collapse the entire health care sector.

This. Is. Not. Anywhere. Near. Normal.

They are blatantly ignoring the protocols of the Senate and the safety and wishes of their own constituents because a few shriveled billionaires told them to.

At least we got to see their true faces before we die.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hey you Guys

Sperm count has fallen by nearly 60 per cent in richer countries

They don't give a reason, but I am pretty sure it is antibiotic related.
The results from this study suggest that tetracycline has deleterious effects on male reproductive parameters of albino rats.
Most other antibiotics haven't been studied for sperm production, but a few of them sure do cripple sperm that already exist...

And most antibiotics do induce systemic endotoxin release.
Endotoxemia reduces testicular function.   It's the trigger in the "GELDING" theory of obesity.
They propose endotoxin lowers your sex hormones which then makes you fat...

I Hope You Survive

What a horrifying, shameful day in America. 

Don't eat gluten.  Don't drink alcohol.  Don't take antibiotics.
Brush your teeth with baking soda.
Rinse your nose with saline.
Swab the mucous out of your throat.
Rub your skin with olive oil.

Live to fight another day.

As I Was Saying

Morbidity and mortality of middle-aged and elderly narcoleptics.
Middle-aged and elderly patients had more health contacts before and after their narcolepsy diagnosis with respect to several disease domains: infections, neoplasm, endocrine/metabolic diseases/diabetes, mental/psychiatric, neurological (including epilepsy), eye, cardiovascular (hypertension, ischemic heart disease), respiratory (upper-airway infections, sleep apnea), gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal (including discopathies) and skin diseases. Narcolepsy patients had lower reproductive rates. Furthermore, patients showed significantly more health contacts due to the evaluation and control contacts for disease and symptoms. Patients suffered from significantly more multiple diseases than did controls.
See the vicious circles.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Um, Hello, is this thing On?

Am I the only one who thinks there is something wrong with an 80 year old man with a confirmed brain tumor voting in the U.S. Senate?  

JFC...  Truly Nothing Matters Anymore.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

My Righteous Obsession is Bigger than Yours

Yeah, if one of you Nasty Men kills me, my attorney has instructions to have your head scanned before the trial.   Even if you walk-  I will prove your head is infected.  From my grave.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Article Roundup

Things I have been reading:

Blood test detects Alzheimer’s plaques building up in brain
Yeah, there's someone I really want to try this out on...

Extra-virgin olive oil preserves memory, protects brain against Alzheimer's
Yes, well olive oil is antimicrobial.

Sleep, Alzheimer's link explained

Chronic liver inflammation linked to Western diet
Food, antibiotics, and gender are just some of the factors that can throw off the balance between the gut and liver.

Heart failure is associated with loss of important gut bacteria

Gaining a few pounds may increase long-term heart failure risk
both of these things are indications of infection.

Learning with music can change brain structure
Using musical cues to learn a physical task significantly develops an important part of the brain.
(Hi Jamie!)

Depression affects the brains of males and females differently

Drinking coffee could lead to a longer life
Because I must.

Changes in brain regions may explain why some prefer order and certainty

Vaccines protect fetuses from Zika infection, mouse study shows
Mothers vaccinated prior to pregnancy bore young with no sign of virus

Is mental health associated with perception of nasal function?
A study of preoperative patients for rhinoplasty suggests poor mental well-being and low self-esteem were associated with poorer perceptions of nasal function.
I kinda, sorta, might, absolutely, overwhelmingly, aggressively agree with this...

Bacterium actively drives colorectal cancer tumor cell growth

Reversing fetal alcohol damage after birth: Study offers hope
Two commonly used drugs can repair damage caused by alcohol in utero

Not under the skin, but on it: Living together brings couples' microbiomes together
Couples who live together share many things: Bedrooms, bathrooms, food, and even bacteria. After analyzing skin microbiomes from cohabitating couples, microbial ecologists found that people who live together significantly influence the microbial communities on each other's skin.

Your eardrums move in sync with your eyes but we don’t know why
so freaky cool...

Believe Me

Trump: "I’m so stable you wouldn’t believe it"

Thursday, July 20, 2017


Since I wrote that post  with the words "men, guns, register" in it- my blog has been visited by bots precisely every half hour. 
I guess this one will rile them up some more.
Automated righteous obsession.   Go figure.  

I think this sums it up

The people who don't want sick people to get affordable health insurance-  really need to have their heads closely examined.


Can we scan Trump's head now?

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Dear Senator McCain

Please feel better soon.
Please retire now. 

Monday, July 17, 2017

Irony Squared

John McCain’s Recovery May Take Longer Than Expected, Dimming Prospects for GOP Health Bill
The latest twist in the poorly scripted movie that is the current U.S. political system: The future of a bill that could take health insurance from millions of Americans may be decided by how quickly one senator recovers from an unexpected health problem.

...On Sunday the New York Times kicked off a new wave of speculation about the bill’s fate when it noted that his condition “may be more serious than initial descriptions have implied, and it may delay his return to Washington by at least a week or two.” The paper did not speak to any of McCain’s doctors, but other medical experts said the recovery time for such procedures can be several weeks. They also discussed how McCain’s history of melanoma might complicate matters.
Yes, that makes sense. A pre-existing condition.  Of course.
Metastatic melanoma of the face  has probably been causing him a lot of problems for a long time.

I swear, who are the writers on this shitshow?
Please don't make me be grateful for his head infection...

Dear Suicidal/Homicical Men

The reason we break up with you is because you have gotten obsessive and weird.
The reason you are obsessive and weird is because your teeth are rotten.
Your head is Toxic.  Please- stop spending your money on guns and go to the fucking dentist!

Honestly, if I were in charge I would make a National Department of Male Dentistry.   Make you people register and get checkups like they do for car emissions.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Oh Holy Fuck Fuck Fuck

His parents said he just needed to sleep. A SWAT team came instead.
As police cars rolled into his pristine suburban neighborhood last Saturday night, past the sprawling Colonials and manicured lawns, and as dozens of officers from across the region surrounded his home, Russell Reeves begged them again and again to back off. In a bedroom upstairs his son Austin, 26, was distraught over a breakup. He had told his family he needed time alone. With him was his dog and his 9 mm handgun. If you pressure him, if he feels cornered, Reeves said he told the police, this will end with Austin killing himself.
He needed a hot bath.  He needed to clean his mouth and nose.   He needed sleep.
He really should have lived long enough to see the dentist he desperately needed.

How Narcolepsy Works- in less than ten sentences.

Open wounds in the mouth allows Bacterial Endotoxin into the bloodstream.
Bacterial endotoxin slows down orexin cells.
Prolonged endotoxemia kills orexin cells.

The wounds may be caused by injury, teething, infection, or surgery.
And although oropharyngeal infections seem to be the most common in acute narcolepsy,  other chronic injuries and infections will also trigger this process.

Sugar promotes microbial activity and glucose lowers orexin levels directly- triggering sleepiness.
The reason gluten increases symptoms is it promotes the translocation of endotoxin going through your intestinal wall into your bloodstream- it increases your burden.  So does alcohol.

And in the wickedest irony ever-  the most common treatment for wounds and infections is also the most powerful trigger of orexin cell loss-
Antibiotics cause Acute Endotoxemia while they destroy bacteria in your body.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Yes. Absolutely.

Trouble Sleeping? Restless Nights Evolved From Ancestors Avoiding Dangers
New research suggests that age-related sleep disorders are maybe not disorders at all but instead are legacies of our evolutionary past, when they were beneficial.

Friday, July 14, 2017

And so it goes

As a lifelong DFH, I take absolutely no comfort in the fact that the Party of Personal Responsibility and In-Your-Face Patriotism has been exposed as merciless, liars, cheats, thieves, perverts and collaborators.
Scratch the well-dressed surface and they're backstabbing savages.   SAD!

Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power.
-Abraham Lincoln

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Cry me a river

Heh. The pharma companies have pissed off the insurance vendors.
Here's a little piece from Kaiser.

Whichever Way ‘Repeal And Replace’ Blows, Pharma Is Due For Windfall
The pharmaceutical industry could see windfall profits from a little-noticed tweak to the insurance market tucked into the Trump administration’s draft executive order on drug prices, experts say.

The short, technical paragraph calls for the Internal Revenue Service to allow patients with high-deductible health plans to receive care for chronic diseases, including drugs, before meeting their deductibles.

This allowance, known as a “safe harbor,” could be welcome news for patients with chronic conditions like diabetes or asthma stuck with skimpy plans. For example, a diabetes patient could fill her prescription for insulin with just a copay, even if she hadn’t spent enough on medical bills for her insurance coverage to kick in. But in the long term, experts say, extending a safe harbor to chronic care would encourage more employers to adopt these skimpy plans, while shielding the pharmaceutical industry from pressure to lower drug costs.

“It’s hard to view this as anything but a substantial win for pharma,” said Kim Monk, a partner and pharmaceutical expert at Capital Alpha Partners, which tracks laws and regulations for financial institutions.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Nobody Could Have Predicted

In April, Goldstone  declared in a post to Facebook that he is in “a serious relationship with Bread.”
"I just can’t resist it - this is true love!!!” he said. 


Are things GREAT yet?

A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Just Broke Off Antarctica

I am more than ready for the True Believers to be raptured.
Don't let the screen door hit ya where your naturally selected DNA split ya.

Yeah, Junior.

Watched him talk yesterday...  he's just like his father.
His adenoids are clogged, those enormous teeth are fake, and I would guess there's been some nose surgery and botox too.   
I know there's alcohol in his history, gotta assume antibiotics as well.
His voice is distorted and his mouth moves entirely wrong.  Mouth Breather- just like daddy.  He has lots of sinus inflammation and nerve damage that's just better masked by surgical and cosmetic procedures.  
And it seems he gets the rage attacks and memory lapses too....

Go figure.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

We Are Now Here

The Sequence of Spiraling Symptoms:
Extreme Impulsiveness
Extreme Antisocial Behavior
Humiliation- We Are Now Here

Don't know how long the despair will last.
But then he's going to flip the chessboard over.
Good Luck Everyone.  

See the Vortex

Nelsan Ellis' Family Shares Circumstances of 'True Blood' Actor's Death 
Nelsan's father has bravely agreed for me to share the circumstances of Nelsan's heart failure. Nelsan has suffered with drug and alcohol abuse for years. After many stints in rehab, Nelsan attempted to withdraw from alcohol on his own. According to his father, during his withdrawal from alcohol he had a blood infection, his kidneys shut down, his liver was swollen, his blood pressure plummeted, and his dear sweet heart raced out of control
Yes, sepsis will happen when you discontinue using a drug that suppresses the immune system without treating the underlying infection...

Monday, July 10, 2017

Yo Trump Voters

You still think your Strongman cares about you?
He just ordered his namesake son to stand in front of an oncoming bus.

Silly Gullible Suckers...

Plausible deniability is the refuge of Sociopaths.

This Seems Timely

The Fascinating Reason Why Liars Keep On Lying

Sunday, July 9, 2017

This and That

Poor Sleep Tied to Alzheimer-Related Pathology
So their obvious conclusion?  Sleep health may be target for early intervention
No.  Poor sleep is a symptom of underlying infection...

More Millennials Are Having Strokes

I ran across this page for some reason.   It specifies that Botox is an endotoxin, and that if you get frown line treatment you should not eat any food or medications that might interfere with it's effects...  
First do no harm, right?

Vatican outlaws gluten-free bread for Holy Communion

Not So Pearly Whites
Researchers working near Lucca in northern Italy have found the oldest example of the practice of filling dental cavities

DNA Reveals How Domestic Cats Conquered the World 

Why The Best Spies in Mossad And The CIA Are Women

Doctors Say New ‘Chocolate Snorting’ Trend Could Have Deadly Consequences
Honestly people....  don't inhale crazy stuff up your nose.  
It does not give you energy, that's an immune response to noxious substances on your delicate mucous membranes... Geez Louise...

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Fun With Medical History

Septic Delirium is an inducible medical condition.   You can tweak your immune system and metabolism into a dangerous state using diet or sleep deprivation or self-injury.   

The rage the berserker experienced was referred to as berserkergang ("going berserk"). This condition has been described as follows:
This fury, which was called berserkergang, occurred not only in the heat of battle, but also during laborious work. Men who were thus seized performed things which otherwise seemed impossible for human power. This condition is said to have begun with shivering, chattering of the teeth, and chill in the body, and then the face swelled and changed its colour. With this was connected a great hot-headedness, which at last gave over into a great rage, under which they howled as wild animals, bit the edge of their shields, and cut down everything they met without discriminating between friend or foe. When this condition ceased, a great dulling of the mind and feebleness followed, which could last for one or several days.
Some scholars propose that certain examples of berserker rage had been induced voluntarily by the consumption of drugs such as the hallucinogenic mushroom Amanita muscaria or massive amounts of alcohol. While such practices would fit in with ritual usages, other explanations for the berserker's madness have been put forward, including self-induced hysteria, epilepsy, mental illness, or genetics.
Jonathan Shay makes an explicit connection between the berserker rage of soldiers and the hyperarousal of post-traumatic stress disorder. In Achilles in Vietnam, he writes:
If a soldier survives the berserk state, it imparts emotional deadness and vulnerability to explosive rage to his psychology and permanent hyperarousal to his physiology — hallmarks of post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans. My clinical experience with Vietnam combat veterans prompts me to place the berserk state at the heart of their most severe psychological and psychophysiological injuries.

Proud Boys
How do you become a Proud Boy?
According to Sommer, who has sifted through Proud Boys social media pages, there are four steps, or "degrees," to becoming a Proud Boy.
  1. Declare yourself a Proud Boy. 
  2. Take a beating from other Proud Boys while naming five breakfast cereals. "This seems bizarre, but the theory behind it sort of prepares you to think on your feet and think when your adrenalin is pumping," Sommer said.
  3. Get a Proud Boys tattoo.
  4. Get into a physical fight with a left-wing protester. 
They also take something of a vow of self-celibacy.
"You have to subscribe to McInnis's philosophy of  #NoWanks, which means you can only masturbate once a month," Sommer said.
"He belives that too-frequent masturbation or pornography has sort of sapped the will of the modern man."

Actually, sexual activity helps clear lymph nodes, so celibacy adversely affects the immune system too.

As I was saying, diet and sleep deprivation and self injury.
Everything Old is New Again.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017



Narcolepsy-cataplexy and psychosis: a case study.
A 14-year-old girl was referred to Sleep and Epilepsy Unit for excessive daytime sleepiness, impaired nocturnal sleep, binge eating and weight gain, over the last year. After being diagnosed with a NT1 the patient was treated with modafinil and sodium oxybate. She was hospitalized for psychotic symptoms after starting NT1 treatment. Withdrawal of the narcolepsy treatment and initiation of haloperidol 1 mg/day (the only antipsychotic treatment she could tolerate) improved the delusions, hallucinations and dysphoria but worsened the narcolepsy symptoms. Polysomnography showed fragmented nocturnal sleep and five sleep REM onset periods in MSLT. Positive HLA-QB1*06:02 and undetectable level of hypocretine in the cerebrospinal fluid were found. MRI and CT-scan were normal. Diagnostic Interview for Genetic Studies Adapted for Narcolepsy (DIGSAN) questionnaire confirmed that patient presented a dual diagnostic NT1 and psychotic symptoms. The last sleep follow-up while on psychopharmacological treatment, showed an increased sleep efficiency index. She currently has severe somnolence, obesity, and partial cataplectic attacks along with normal mood, academic failure and social isolation.
This young lady was suffering from a systemic infection and they gave her Xyrem and modafinil which suppressed the immune symptoms and made her manic.  And then they took her off and she went septic and psychotic.
And then they gave her Haloperidol which drastically worsens strep infections.

She's fucking lucky to be alive.

You need some puppies

I believe it is my duty as a puppy owner to share-

This is Why

Kim Jong Un, a man with absolutely no functioning glucose metabolism and advanced peripheral neuropathy-

Now has an ICBM.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Just Saying

Being mentally ill doesn't make you crazy:
Being crazy involves living outside your limitations.  Attempting things that aren't in your skill set.   That's irrational.
If you are mentally unstable, but make accommodations for that, you're not insane. Just wounded. 
It's not really all that common, though.  Most cognitively affected people also have sensory deficiencies, so they don't perceive the problem, and therefore don't compensate for their disability.   That's really pervasive.

Oh, and Trump meets with Putin on Friday.   

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Yo Laura

If that Health Care bill passes, your parents will never be able to afford a nursing home.
And we will not be able to afford it either. We need health insurance and it's going to be devastatingly expensive.

Seeing as you and they believe that family is the most important thing in the world,
And that everyone should be personally responsible for their behavior,
And you all voted for Trump-

You should probably start saving most of your money for their nursing care.
Or start remodeling that big bedroom in your house.
I'm serious.

I have voted for subsidized health care my entire life.
I will not let your diabetic brother go bankrupt because you wanted to humiliate some liberals.
We got the old folks a place to live.  And we would have facilitated their transition to long term care.
But if that's not going to happen- and money gets tight-  I have no intention of ever being your father's personal nursemaid.
Never.  That's y'all's retrograde paradigm.

Elections Have Consequences.  That's what you keep telling everyone.
Prepare for Impact.
It's time to put your money where your mouth is.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017


Our friend Gina has been interviewed for Sleep Review Magazine.

Food as Therapy for Narcolepsy Patients
“I hit ketosis in seven days and it was like a fire was lit inside of me,” says Dennis, referring to a metabolic state characterized by raised levels of ketone bodies in the body tissues. “I was awake, I was cognizant, and it was such a huge difference from what I’ve felt before.”

ICYMI:  This is the video of her presentation at the NN conference.
I was there.  It's my favorite memory.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Everywhere. Always.

1h1 hour ago
When the terrorist is Muslim we emphasize ideology and when he's white we emphasize psychology,

It's about biology.   Bacteriology.  Immunology.  Neurology.  
Fricken Fracken Infection.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Zombie Tourism

A Mexican Town Is Giving Americans Something Donald Trump Can’t: Affordable Dental Care
Trump’s anti-Mexican rhetoric doesn’t worry the 600 dentists in Los Algodones or the US “dental refugees” they treat, many of whom voted for Trump. “We’re helping the United States take care of the people they are not able to.”
Yeah, this shit is fractally annoying.
All the Olds who move down here at retirement do this.
They have put off dental care all their lives.  So they go to Mexico and get their entire mouths renovated.  And introduce lots of bacteria into their bloodstreams.   And then a few months later they have heart attacks and Medicare pays for a shitload of stents and a decade or two of follow up cardiac care.

See the Vortex.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

This is Why

Because all of history has been spent fighting against "Evil".

Endotoxin is the real enemy within all of us.

We need to fight Infection.


Jun 12
The insurance lobby knows exactly what's in the bill, but you don't.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Various Sciencey Links

Why Food Smells So Good When it’s Browning
A complex chemical reaction called the Maillard Reaction is responsible

Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death among Americans under 50 

The brain detects disease in others even before it breaks out

Stress Induces Endotoxemia and Low-Grade Inflammation by Increasing Barrier Permeability

Type of sugar may treat atherosclerosis

Viral infections decrease muscle health, cause other collateral damage

Major flaws in US drugs with 'accelerated' approval, research suggests
Major flaws have been identified in the fast tracking of some drugs available to the American public without any stringent clinical evidence of their benefits.

edit, one more:
Autism risk linked to fever during pregnancy
Prenatal exposure to maternal fever during the second trimester raised odds of autism spectrum disorder by 40 percent.

Mmmmmm. More evidence of maternal infection....

This is Why

I have been contemplating suicide since 1977.
Not constantly, but you know, every time I got really sick.   Which sometimes lasted long stretches.

I have always had a plan.   How I was going to do it.
When I was young, it was drugs.  Overdosing.
When I was in Seattle, it was CO2.   Die in my garage.  Or jump off one of the many bridges.

When I moved here to Arizona I realized I could eat a bunch of Jack in the Box tacos and pass out in my car on a hot day.   Sleep to death.

These days I think I can just put on my "Nasty Woman" T-shirt and go down to the CircleK and wait for a Trumper to shoot me.

And So it Goes

Yeah, liberals buy guns and get infections and all righteous too.  

This man just shot at some senators playing baseball.
Everything is going to get really bad now.
All the sick, impulsive men in America have just found their excuse to do whatever the hell they please.

Wide-Faced Men More Aggressive

A swollen neck/face is a symptom of parotid gland infection.

He shows symptoms of tooth and nasal infections as well. 
Not to mention the insulin resistance.

A fine assortment of rage triggers.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Shakespeare Knew

“Men willingly believe what they wish to believe.”
-Julius Ceasar

Science says so too.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Why Old Men Hate Science

The weaker sex? Science that shows women are stronger than men 
When it comes to longevity, surviving illness and coping with trauma, one gender comes out on top.

Yes, this is because women's immune systems react less to bacterial infection.

The Bottom Line

Sharia Law in America isn't real.

You know what is real?

Men with head infections and delusions and access to powerful weapons.

Update: Oh Good Grief... Mercy Mercy Mercy...
A neo-Nazi with explosives and a framed photo of Timothy McVeigh is not a threat, judge rules
Federal officials found out about Russell after his roommate, a former neo-Nazi who is believed to have converted to Islam, admitted killing two other roommates.
I'm just gonna guess there was a lot of empty chip bags and soda cans in that apartment too.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure one decent dentist could have prevented this bullshit.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

All I need to know

The GOP don't want mentally ill people to be able to get treatment.
But they do want them to be able to buy guns.

Speaking of Old White Men...

...with long term head infections (parotid gland, left cheek, has been swollen for years)-

Sen. John McCain’s bizarre questioning of Comey

Yeah, that's my Senior Senator.
Apparently the medical professionals in my state are finally concerned.

But of course...

Oh, this explains so much.
Can't believe I didn't think of it...

Low-level drinking during pregnancy influences babies' facial development 
"We know that alcohol use in pregnancy contributes to how the face is formed in the womb, said one of the study's lead authors, Evi Muggli. "We found when analysing the detailed images in our study, that any alcohol in pregnancy, even low amounts can subtly influence facial development."

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

State of the Insanity

My husband's company is laying off 1100 people.
There is a good chance he will be fired next week.
And there's a possibility the Obamacare repeal will get passed too.

He's a 49yo diabetic.  (Lost his pancreas function after a very powerful antibiotic regimen.)
He's the most obsessively responsible person I have ever met.
Nonetheless, we are fucked.

But we have a new puppy.
So there's that.

Archer.  Sterling Archer.  LOL.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Freakin Out

Brood Awakening: 17-Year Cicadas Emerge 4 Years Early

NASA Discovers a New Mode of Ice Loss in Greenland

Antarctic ice loss 2002-2016

Massive crack in Antarctica ice shelf grows 11 miles in only 6 days


Trump just passed on the best deal the planet has ever seen

by David Suzuki (who just happens to be the person who made me decide to study biology way back in the day...)

Hi France

I seem to have a lot of readers from France lately.
Hi everyone!

I hope you find some useful information here and get better.
So you can go help your young, healthy President save the world...

Greetings from my kitchen.
Keep up the good fight.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


"He now lives within himself, which is a dangerous place for Donald Trump to be," says someone who speaks with the President. "I see him emotionally withdrawing. He's gained weight."
Yes, we are definitely in the downward portion of the metabolic and mental symptoms.
Anything is possible now.

Monday, May 29, 2017

This is Why

Because I think it would be beneficial if this young man were informed that this is exactly the kind of wound that can cause invasive chronic infection and neurological symptoms.

Zombie Tourism

Museum of Snoring

My peeps!  Archiving medical sleep devices!  Bwa ha ha ha ha!

Thoughts on Memorial Day

Saturday, May 27, 2017


The brain starts to eat itself after chronic sleep deprivation

Sleep loss in mice sends the brain’s immune cells into overdrive. This might be helpful in the short term, but could increase the risk of dementia in the long run
One type of glial cell, called an astrocyte, prunes unnecessary synapses in the brain to remodel its wiring. Another type, called a microglial cell, prowls the brain for damaged cells and debris.
Bellisi’s team found that after an undisturbed sleep, astrocytes appeared to be active in around 6 per cent of the synapses in the brains of the well-rested mice. But astrocytes seemed to be more active in sleep-deprived mice – those that had lost eight hours of sleep showed astrocyte activity in around 8 per cent of their synapses, while the cells were active in 13.5 per cent of the synapses of the chronically sleep-deprived animals.
This suggests that sleep loss can trigger astrocytes to start breaking down more of the brain’s connections and their debris. “We show for the first time that portions of synapses are literally eaten by astrocytes because of sleep loss,” says Bellesi.

Century-old drug as potential new approach to autism

In a small, randomized Phase I/II clinical trial (SAT1), researchers say a 100-year-old drug called suramin, originally developed to treat African sleeping sickness, was safely administered to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who subsequently displayed measurable, but transient, improvement in core symptoms of autism.

Naviaux, who is co-director of the Mitochondrial and Metabolic Disease Center at UC San Diego, believes that ASD -- and several other chronic conditions, including chronic fatigue syndrome and some autoimmune disorders -- are caused by metabolic dysfunction or impaired communication between cells in the brain, gut and immune system.

Specifically, this dysfunction is caused by abnormal persistence of the cell danger response (CDR), a natural and universal cellular reaction to injury or stress. "The purpose of CDR is to help protect the cell and jump-start the healing process," said Naviaux, by essentially causing the cell to harden its membranes, cease interaction with neighbors and withdraw within itself until the danger has passed.

"But sometimes CDR gets stuck," Naviaux said. "This prevents completion of the natural healing cycle and can permanently alter the way the cell responds to the world. When this happens, cells behave as if they are still injured or in imminent danger, even though the original cause of the injury or threat has passed."

At the molecular level, cellular homeostasis or equilibrium is altered, creating an abnormal cellular response that leads to chronic disease. "When this happens during early child development," said Naviaux, "it causes autism and many other chronic childhood disorders."

Bonus Important Information:

Friday, May 26, 2017

State of the Insanity

The GOP are now threatening the lives of some in my family.
ISIS has not done that in any real way.

Expert Opinion

As a person with a lifetime of experience with multiple types of hallucinations...
I can verify this "reality" is much, much worse.

Crazy is WAY better than this.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Substance over Style

Frankie goes Boom.

That's a man who knows what's truly precious.

Mad Men Indeed

Trump calls Kim Jong Un a ‘madman with nuclear weapons,’ according to transcript of Duterte call
(Duterte's) administration has overseen a brutal extrajudicial campaign that has resulted in the killings of thousands of suspected drug dealers.
Trump has not spoken out against that strategy, and in their call he praised Duterte for doing an “unbelievable job on the drug problem.”
“Many countries have the problem, we have the problem, but what a great job you are doing and I just wanted to call and tell you that,” Trump said, according to the transcript.
The most urgent drug problem in this country is caused by DOCTORS and PHARMAS handing out opiates to unsuspecting sick people.
See the vortex.

(edit, fixed link.  oops.)

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Deviously Cruel

I'm pretty sure the horrifying budget cuts are a bargaining gambit.   He's staking out the extreme position.
Then they can act all magnanimous and pious when they generously allow completely disabled people to keep their caretakers and medications...
...But can still slash lots of other important reality based stuff like the NIH, CDC, EPA.
Because that's what's important.  That's what the corporate donors want.
Less oversight.
Less accountability.

Not My Imagination

Trump wasn’t always so linguistically challenged. What could explain the change?
STAT reviewed decades of Trump’s on-air interviews and compared them to Q&A sessions since his inauguration. The differences are striking and unmistakable.
My Hypothesis-
Tooth and Nasal infections (go figure)

Since the campaign, however, he has been getting less and less sleep and more and more memory problems
His sinus infection is affecting his entire head now, and he really can't think too well anymore.

update: Plus I think they're drugging him. Something like Benedryl maybe. He's very sleepy.
That's why he was grabbing Melania on the airplane stairs...

So Presidential

 “‘You can’t say what not to say,’ [a source close to H.R. McMaster] said of Trump, ‘because that will then be one of the first things he’ll say,” CNN reports.

Two days later
Trump says "I never mentioned the word or name Israel" to Russians

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Meanwhile in America

10 ways the GOP tried to sabotage Obamacare
Trump and Congressional Republicans have repeatedly said that the ACA is collapsing under its own weight, and that the exchanges are exploding. But while there is reason to be concerned about problems in the individual market, the story of Obamacare’s problems is not complete unless we take a look back over the last several years and look at all the ways Republican lawmakers, governors, and pundits – and now the Trump Administration – took steps to deliberately weaken the Affordable Care Act.

And now...
Trump reportedly wants to kill critical Obamacare subsidies, despite warnings health insurance premiums would spike

Extreme Antisocial Behavior

This qualifies for me.

$100 BILLION Arms Deal with SAUDI ARABIA.
(with $100 Million tip thrown in for bringing Veruca.)

The hypocrisy is staggering.
The spectacle is nauseating.

Friday, May 19, 2017

State of the Insanity

Thanks Rep Lieu.
Good Luck, World.

Saudi Arabia isn't on the Ban List- they are going to give him the Royal Treatment.
Frankly, I hope Francis pope-slaps him upside the head.

This Seems to be the Goal

Thanks to Genetic Testing, Everyone Could Soon Have a Pre-Existing Condition

Oh Really...

Low cerebrospinal fluid Orexin levels in infants during SIDS risk period.

Hmmm, well-  low orexin levels are caused by infection and impaired breathing.
I suggest sucking the boogers out of kids noses before they sleep.

(this advice goes for adults with breathing problems too...)

No Divine Intervention Required

Scientists Propose New Theory for How Life on Earth Began

Glad I lived long enough to read this.  It's quite viable.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Over the Edge

Listen Donny, you didn't think you were going to win so you didn't cover your ass.
And you left piles of shit everywhere for us to find and throw in your face.
Your denials are no longer plausible.
Fuck You, and Rupert, and Jeff Sessions too.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Speaking of the Redneck

Mmmmm.   I told you not to piss off the librarians...
We have a long history of being ordered about by smug white men.
We really like the black lady.

House Votes to Limit Powers of First Black Librarian of Congress

In a vote of 378 to 48, the House passed legislation to take power away from the current Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden.
The legislation, H.R. 1695, was authored by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (D-Va.) and ranking member John Conyers (D-Mich.), would limit the powers of the librarian. It is expected to pass the Senate and be signed into law by President Trump.
The bill makes the head of the Copyright Office, the Register of Copyrights, a presidential appointment that would have to be confirmed by the Senate, rather than an appointment by the Librarian of Congress, as it has been since 1870. The bill also limits the position of Librarian of Congress to a ten-year term.
The previous Librarian of Congress, James Billington, served in the position for 28 years.
President Barack Obama appointed Hayden the 14th Librarian of Congress on February 24, 2016. She is the first African American to hold the position, as well as the first woman to be the Librarian of Congress, in the agency’s history. On March 23, legislation was introduced to block Hayden from appointing the next Register of Copyrights. That legislation passed the House on April 26.
Supporters of the bill argued that the legislation would help to modernize the Copyright Office and make it more accountable to Congress. Attempts to contact the office of Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) for details on why he authored H.R. 1695, were not answered.
“This bill serves no purpose other than to take power away from the Librarian of Congress and give it to powerful lobbyists, who will have a major say in who runs the Copyright Office,” wrote Michael Masnick on on April 26. “It’s a bad bill, and it’s a gift to Hollywood.”
The entertainment industry pushed hard for the passage of H.R. 1695. It’s likely that the selection of the Librarian of Congress will be the focus of attention of the power of the entertainment lobby moving forward now that senators will play a role in confirmation.

No, this is a ginormous gift to Rupert.   Kisses darling! 

All the News

All the news Trump and Murdoch want them to see:

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Mercy Me

I can't even comment on all the Science Shenanigans.  The prohibitions on research and publishing.  I can't read the articles.   The headlines alone give me full body tics...  I really don't want to weep on my computer....

Monday, May 15, 2017

We Are Now Here

The Sequence of Spiraling Symptoms:

Extreme Impulsiveness
Extreme Antisocial Behavior- We Are Now Here

It's Monday.
He goes to the Middle East on Friday.
Good Luck, World.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Symptoms of Impaired Glucose Metabolism

Trump thinks that exercising too much uses up the body’s ‘finite’ energy

Sound familiar?

The Cognitive Slot Machine goes KaChing

Inside the West Wing, it became a running joke among some staffers that the answer to every question would be “Rosenstein,” referring to the deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, who wrote a memo outlining a case for Comey’s ouster.

The Two Minutes Hate, from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, is a daily period in which Party members of the society of Oceania must watch a film depicting the Party's enemies (notably "Goldstein" and his followers) and express their hatred for them for exactly two minutes.

Happy Mother's Day

U.S. Has The Worst Rate Of Maternal Deaths In The Developed World

And the Senate plans to cut funding to the most vulnerable women.
Maybe next week.

Photo of the Week


One small step on the long road to sanity-

Pope Francis opens free laundromat for homeless

The Crux of the Biscuit

The painful truth about teeth
You can work full time but not have the money to fix your teeth – visible reminders of the divide between rich and poor.

But the absolutely gobsmacking truths about teeth are:
  1. If they are bad, the nerves are dead and there usually isn't any pain.   So you ignore them until you are septic.
  2. Too Much invasive dental treatment does just about as much damage to the immune system and brain as complete neglect.  It directly introduces oral microbes into the bloodstream.
Ultimately, this is the fundamental problem in medicine:  Separation of Dental and Body protocols.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Not Even Possible

Trump to TIME    "In a short period of time I understood everything there was to know about health care"

Feel the Gravity

See the Petards.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

See the Symptoms

Mania. Causes. Obsession.  

More thinking about Fewer things.  

Donald Trump After Hours

Zombie Shopping

Here are some Tee Shirts for the Resistance.
Wear you favorite Trump Tweet.

Created and sold by one of our favorite Gluten Free Narcos.

I am a big fan of this newfangled form of Petard Hoisting.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Some Good News

Can Cannabis Combat Age-Related Cognitive Decline?
The long-term administration of low-doses of the cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, ameliorates age-related learning and memory deficits in mice, researchers have observed.
On the basis of this observation, the investigators plan to conduct a clinical trial to determine whether the finding applies to elderly individuals with and those without cognitive impairment, Andras Bilkei-Gorzo, PhD, of the Institute of Molecular Psychiatry, the University of Bonn, Germany, told Medscape Medical News.
Dr Bilkei-Gorzo and colleagues examined the effects of long-term, low-dose THC administration in young (2 months old), mature (12 months old), and old (18 months old) mice.
They found that THC treatment was associated with impaired behavioral performance on learning and memory tasks in young mice, but was associated with improved learning and memory in mature and old mice.
"THC treatment has practically the opposite effect in young and old animals," Dr Bilkei-Gorzo told Medscape Medical News.
"The same treatment rejuvenated old brains, whereas it made the young brains old. The reason of this phenomenon is that the activity of cannabinoid system declines in aging. In old animals, THC treatment restored the failing cannabinoid system activity, whereas it overactivated the normally functioning cannabinoid system in young animals," the researchers write.
Sounds like my kind of research...

We Are Here

The Sequence of Spiraling Symptoms:

Extreme Impulsiveness  -We Are Here
Extreme Antisocial Behavior

He had grown enraged by the Russia investigation, two advisers said, frustrated by his inability to control the mushrooming narrative around Russia. He repeatedly asked aides why the Russia investigation wouldn’t disappear and demanded they speak out for him. He would sometimes scream at television clips about the probe, one adviser said.
 Unless of course, the Republicans prop him up. Then we're all in the Mirror, forever.

Mission Accomplished Moment

"'Oh, shut up, silly woman,' said the reptile with a grin. 'You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in.'"

"Recursive Irony" Update

Why Ask Why Now?

Grand jury subpoenas issued in FBI's Russia investigation
Federal prosecutors have issued grand jury subpoenas to associates of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn seeking business records, as part of the ongoing probe of Russian meddling in last year's election, according to people familiar with the matter. CNN learned of the subpoenas hours before President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017


Because suicide isn't unpredictable-  Mania and Righteousness are symptoms that come before Despair and Death.

Bearing Arms editor Bob Owens dead from apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound
Bob Owens, editor of the popular pro-gun blog, died Monday in an apparent suicide, authorities say.
Owens was found around 11 a.m. near a stop sign outside his subdivision in Fuquay-Varina, N.C., a town southwest of Raleigh. A gun was located nearby, according to the Fuquay-Varina Police Department.
An autopsy to determine the cause of death is still pending, but police said the gunshot wound was “possibly … self-inflicted.”
Shortly before Owens’s death, he apparently wrote a chilling message on Facebook: “In the end, it turns out that I’m not strong. I’m a coward, and selfish son of a b‑‑‑‑. I’m sorry.”

Friday, May 5, 2017

For the Record

I would be willing to let men write ALL the laws-

If the Supreme Court was ONLY women.

Devil's Advocate

Maybe the people who don't believe in Evolution should be the ones denied health care.

I mean really, if you don't believe in the basic facts of biological science, why do you use the products and services?

Revenge of the Microbes

There are diseases hidden in ice, and they are waking up

Long-dormant bacteria and viruses, trapped in ice and permafrost for centuries, are reviving as Earth's climate warms

Buckle Up, Gen X

It's going to get real advantageous for companies to start laying off people over fifty.
You know, the ones who have all those documented medical conditions.


Erectile Dysfunction is not considered a pre-existing condition, although it is clearly caused by long-term progressive pathology from an unhealthy drinking alcohol (or fructose) and sitting on your ass a lot...