Monday, December 24, 2018

Saturday, December 15, 2018

See the Vortex

I never thought he was snorting cocaine in recent years.
surely back in the eighties he did.
but now it's too risky.

snorting lines of adderall makes tons of sense.
less legal liability, more availability and fits symptomatically.
that will  totally fuck up your nose and sinuses and cranial nerves.

white neuroticism in a pill.

Friday, December 7, 2018

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

The Silence

Enjoy it.
Sometime soon that audio recording of Jamal Koshoggi being murdered is going to be released, and we will never be able to delete it from our brains...

An Odd Collection of Links

Home Is the 'Most Dangerous Place' for Women

Dominatrix specializes in turning ‘white, right-wing men’ into socialists

A Reckless and Needless Use of Gene Editing on Human Embryos
Doctors and researchers are some of the most righteously manic people on the planet...

Monumental Disaster at the Department of the Interior
A new report documents suppression of science, denial of climate change, the silencing and intimidation of staff.

Immigration to the United States changes a person's microbiome

Microbial-based treatment reverses autism spectrum social deficits in mouse models
Lactobacillus reuteri actually has been beneficial for me.   Seems to improve my epithelial healing, which has a lot of benefits to my sensory integration.  I am much less anxious and sketchy, which has been intense since my septic reaction to keflex.

Stitching and Swearing: The Profanity Embroidery Group
finally, a club for me...

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

My Two Cents

Nobody could have predicted this man was righteous and impulsive.
At this point, I would put him on a suicide watch.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

True Grace

Christine Blasey-Ford will donate the excess money from her GoFundMe account to charities that support sexual violence survivors.
The money she has spent, has been on security- to protect her from violent men.

Go figure.

Bad Hombres

Video shows explosion at border agent's gender-reveal party that sparked Arizona wildfire 

1.  Ladies, stop this bullshit.   You are the only one obsessed with your fetus.

2.  These are the geniuses that are hired to work on the Southern border.  I am way more afraid of them than the people they say they are protecting me from.

More Discipline

New Proud Boy Rules: Less Fighting, Less Wanking
The Proud Boys have new rules: the far-right outfit is trying to escape its violent rep with new prohibitions on fedoras, cargo shorts, head punches, crystal meth, and masturbating.
Yeah the cargo shorts and fedoras aren't the problem. 
And prohibiting irrelevant things only distracts attention from and perpetuates the cranial pathology and insensitivity to pain that makes them enjoy being wounded.

Amphetamines are an historical and effective respiratory treatment, but will eventually fuck up your face.  Destroys your nose and cranial nerves, dehydrates your mouth, and eventually causes rotten teeth, mouth breathing, and sleep deprivation.   Meth use predictably leads to Hysterical Apnea- panic reactions and sexual obsession.

Orgasm activates your facial nerves and is a pleasant way to drain your cranial sinuses and lymph nodes.  
For that reason, we ladies would appreciate it if they would drink less and snort less and shower and wank more.  (In their mom's basement where we can't see them.)  As often as necessary to keep them off the streets until their heads are working properly.

Thanks boys. 

Monday, November 26, 2018

Microbes in the News

The Science Is Clear: Dirty Farm Water Is Making Us Sick
For more than a decade, it’s been clear that there’s a gaping hole in American food safety: Growers aren’t required to test their irrigation water for pathogens such as E. coli. As a result, contaminated water can end up on fruits and vegetables.
After several high-profile disease outbreaks linked to food, Congress in 2011 ordered a fix, and produce growers this year would have begun testing their water under rules crafted by the Obama administration’s Food and Drug Administration.
But six months before people were sickened by the contaminated romaine, President Donald Trump’s FDA – responding to pressure from the farm industry and Trump’s order to eliminate regulations – shelved the water-testing rules for at least four years.

Yes the people who voted for this no-regulation bullshit are also the ones who demand we come over on holidays and thank Jesus for our healthy and bountiful food.
I always silently say thanks to the migrant farm workers and food safety inspectors instead.

Sunday, November 25, 2018


While I am reminiscing... How I spent the last lame duck session:
Feeling like my hair was on fire.   Not kidding.

Right after Thanksgiving 2016 my skin got so dehydrated from living here that my scalp rebelled.
I had been coloring my hair since 1980.  I put the solution on my head as usual and took a shower and tried to blow it dry.   My head started itching immediately, and within a couple hours all my hair follicles were blisters and my entire scalp puffed up like a biscuit.   I got a dent on the side of my head where my glasses arms were too tight.

I immediately cut off about 8 inches.  And tried everything  I could think of.   Oils, salves, took antihistamines....  most of them just made it worse.
It itched so bad it made me insane.   I couldn't sleep in any position.
I ended up getting a fleece hat, soaking it and my hair, and walking around with a wet head for a week. 
Totally serious.

 A couple months later I figured out the aloe/olive oil mix.
That helped a lot, but I never colored my hair again.
And it grew back in white.

I became a White Walker during the transition.
And obsessed with dehydration.
Go figure.

Words Matter

Man wearing no pants attacks manager, dies at Houston restaurant
Officers say the man was “in crisis” when he entered the restaurant and began throwing garbage cans and chairs. He also jumped up on the counter.
The scared employees called 911 and evacuated the restaurant, but the man followed them, allegedly assaulting a female manager.
When officers arrived, they were able to get the suspect in handcuffs, but then, he collapsed (and died).
The words "in crisis" are used by mental health professionals to create plausible deniability.  Nobody could possibly have predicted...

This man was obviously suffering from Septic Delirium, and if it were described as such people might be aware of this threat to society.  The symptoms might be noticed and this man could have been treated sooner and possibly avoided this altogether.  And if not, his dignity could be restored because his body would be inspected at autopsy for the fulminating abscess which made him insane.   Currently, teeth are only examined cursorily, and nobody analyzes the relationship between sepsis and crime.

Yeah, it's bad.   I once tore the blinds out of my windows and wanted to set the house on fire because I ordered the wrong ones.
I made myself sit on the floor and rock back and forth for three days instead.
Because I wanted to live long enough to know why.

Now I know.  This is why.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Things I have been reading

Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life

Navigating our thoughts: Fundamental principles of thinking

This experiment shows that all our memories are tagged with a geospacial location.
I believe the internet may be screwing with this type of memory.
I used to remember exactly where I had read something.  Could remember where it was written on a page in a certain book.   Now everything is digital and disconnected from a unique location.

Drink Coffee—Unless You Are Genetically Disposed to Prefer Tea

What Happens When a Bad-Tempered, Distractible Doofus Runs an Empire?
Not that one.

Priests are fielding more requests than ever for help with demonic possession
The stories all involve projectile vomiting and other gastrointestinal problems.  Symptoms of septic delirium. Go figure.

Stripping the linchpins from the life-making machine reaffirms its seminal evolution
Terrible title.  These researchers took all the magnesium out of ribosomes and replaced it with iron.   And they still worked!  Amazing stuff.

Friday, November 23, 2018

Darwin Award Nominee

Another righteous impulsive maniac who had no respect for the concept of consent.

American 'Preacher' Killed by Isolated Tribe After Illegally Traveling to Remote Island

Thursday, November 22, 2018


This year I am thankful for Karen and Georgia, who built a space where I am normal.

Feast of the Decimation

“By God’s visitation, reigned a wonderful plague,” King James’ patent for the region noted in 1620, “that had led to the utter Destruction, Devastation, and Depopulation of that whole territory.”

Let us celebrate the violent hemorrhagic deaths of millions by joining together and eating sedative amounts of carbohydrates, suppressing our immune systems, and exchanging our current batch of microbes...

That seems appropriate.

(pro tip-  stop at a pharmacy on your way to gramma's- zinc lozenges will activate your immune system and protect your salivary glands and mucous tissues and even raise your orexin levels via the vagus nerve in your lower jaw... )

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Here's a Nightmare for You

You Snooze, You Lose: Insurers Make The Old Adage Literally True
Last March, Tony Schmidt discovered something unsettling about the machine that helps him breathe at night. Without his knowledge, it was spying on him.
From his bedside, the device was tracking when he was using it and sending the information not just to his doctor, but to the maker of the machine, to the medical supply company that provided it and to his health insurer.

You don't get to choose your obsession

Sorry, Feminists, Men Are Better at Scrabble

Sorry Feminists – Men Are Better at Murder

Friday, November 16, 2018

Okay, I'll play

Chronic Nasal and Oropharyngeal Infections
#Zombies in 5 Words

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Excellent Documentation of the Obvious

Low-carb diets cause people to burn more calories
Over the 20 weeks, total energy expenditure was significantly greater on the low-carbohydrate diet versus the high-carbohydrate diet. At the same average body weight, participants who consumed the low-carb diet burned about 250 kilocalories a day more than those on the high-carb diet.

"If this difference persists—and we saw no drop-off during the 20 weeks of our study—the effect would translate into about a 20-pound weight loss after three years, with no change in calorie intake," says Ebbeling.

In people with the highest insulin secretion at baseline, the difference in calorie expenditure between the low- and high-carb diets was even greater, about 400 kilocalories per day, consistent with what the Carbohydrate-Insulin Model would predict. Ghrelin, a hormone thought to reduce calorie burning, was significantly lower on the low- versus high-carb diet.
Anyone who has done a ketogenic diet knows this intuitively.  You just feel like you have more energy being produced.

But that's different than documenting it.  

A big Thank You to this research team.

State of the Insanity

A man stood up and shouted, “Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!” during a Baltimore performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” last night. Audience members started running. “I’ll be honest, I was waiting to hear a gunshot. I thought, ‘Here we go,’” one said.

This is what terrorists call Winning.

Monday, November 12, 2018


Dereliction of the most solemn duty.
Honoring the dead is one of the oldest human traditions.
Glorifying the sacrifice of those who died in battle is one thing men in every civilization have always agreed on.
That was flat out oppositional defiance.  

He is abjectly unfit to represent a great, brave, brilliant and generous society such as ours.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Another Historical Anniversary

It has been 100 years since the 1918 Influenza Pandemic.
An epidemic spread worldwide by soldiers.
An infection that killed vast swaths of people, and changed the genetics of the world forever.

The 1918 flu changed human evolution.   Yes it did.

H1N1 flu is so deadly is because it creates a greater amount of lung damage and activates the immune system more.   It's like getting a horrible rash inside your throat and lungs and intestines.
The flu virus usually resolves in a few days.
But by then the bacterial infections have had a chance to get into the mix.
Especially strep and staph, because the immune system response to those is dampened by the flu virus and subsequent endotoxemia.

The people who died had the strongest immune systems, young men mostly.
They were overwhelmed by the immune molecules, went septic, and drowned in their own lungs.

The people who survived had less robust immune systems.
They were my generation's grandparents.

People with less acute immune reactions are more likely to harbor chronic non-fatal illnesses.
That is most of us.

The evolutionary arc of the microbe/immune interface tends to create chronic debilitating illnesses from acute and lethal germs.

That is the lesson of this story.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Hear the Echoes

It's the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.
That's what we call it.  They called it the War to End All Wars.

It was a point in history when people with really bad teeth (read: alcoholic Northern Europeans) first got access to weapons of long range and mass destruction.

They moved fast and broke things.
They lost an entire generation of men in Europe.
They told us to Never Forget.

America is losing our young people to the same battle in slow motion.
Very sick people with insanely powerful weapons.
In our streets.

Friday, November 9, 2018

Girls will be Girls

A researcher friend of mine once sent me this comment in an email-
I still can't get over the difference in male and female mice. 
No joke, males will bite each other and you can't mix and match boys in cages unless they have been together their whole lives. Even then, they fight. 
Females you can mix and match til the cows come home and the worse thing that happens is you get one girl who grooms the others so much they're all naked. You can tell who she is cause she's the only one without bald patches.

Boys will be Boys

The Thousand Oaks shooter's high school track coach alleges that the killer sexually assaulted her. She also says school officials pressured her to keep quiet as not to ruin his career in the Marines.
... Colell says she doesn’t believe this is just a case of PTSD. She says Long had issues long before he was ever a Marine.
Throughout history, men have asserted that all they need is some discipline to control their impulsive behavior.

So they have made a number of institutions where they put those guys in close quarters with a bunch of other impulsive guys with respiratory infections and sleep and alcohol disorders, and feed them high carb food and minimal dentistry for a few years.  They create the perfect environment for breeding chronic non-fatal illnesses.

And then everyone wonders why their erratic behavior accelerates when they get out of jail or the army and stop showering and brushing their teeth.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

See the Punkocracy

This Guy.
He has clearly been overproducing cortisol for decades.
Effin Ay.

He's so obsessed, he offered to be Trump's hatchet man.
And he thinks that's gonna work out well for him.
Impulsive men are easily manipulated.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Sciency Stuff

Your Baby Might Not Have Enough of a Critical Gut Bacteria
Bifidobacteria is crucial for an infant's immune health. A new screening test might help identify the problem before it’s too late.

Neanderthals Breathed With Powerful Lungs, 3-D Reconstruction Shows
The new study has found that Neanderthals’ chests were not larger in volume than those of modern humans, contrary to popular belief

How Facial Botox Changes Your Brain—Literally
Unintended neurological consequences make the cosmetic procedure far from benign

The Pentagon’s Push to Program Soldiers’ Brains
The military wants future super-soldiers to control robots with their thoughts. 

The House Science Committee Is Back in Democrat's Control: What That Means for Science

New device improves balance in veterans with Gulf War Illness

How a trippy 1980s video effect might help to explain consciousness

Current Experiments


I learned a new word: It's the study of the effect of skin on mood and behavior.
I think that's a greatly underappreciated topic, and I am going to study it more.

Anyhow, this is one thing I have found that is fascinating.
The area in back of your ears still contains a lot of vestigial nerves from back in our evolution when our ancestors could move their ears around to focus on the direction of a sound.
They still seem to have an effect on your state of attention.  And that area seems to be prone to and sensitive to dehydration.
Try this- put some water on your fingers and wet the back of your ears.   The back of the cartilage and also the hairless skin of your scalp that is adjacent to it.

I find that my environmental awareness sharpens immediately.    It's fascinating.

Dental Hack

I have never had a toothbrush that really fit my tiny mouth.  Even the small heads wouldn't navigate the inside surfaces of my lower teeth.
So I cut one in half, on an angle, and now I can get every crevice.
I just used some cuticle scissors.   It took a few minutes, but was totally worth it.
I have used it a few weeks, and although I have to hold it a bit differently, I am way happier.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Women's Work

State of the Insanity

I have hundreds of links like this in a document called Maniacs.
This one went straight to the top.

Man run over with lawn mower while trying to kill son with chain saw

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Just Thinking

Maybe there is a viable use for botox injections.
Maybe we could shoot it into some hysterical guys faces.

Intravenous ketamine and an infraorbital nerve block.
Calm them down long enough to get their mouths and noses back in working order.

I like it.

Well Yes

I absolutely believe that.
This ain't rocket surgery.

Wisconsin Man Claims He Would Shoot His Liberal Sister in The Face for Trump

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Post Halloween Advice

Target does not play music in their stores.
If you are like me and hate The Little Drummer Boy enough to rearrange your life,  you should try shopping for all your non-hardware needs in their store until January first.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Dispatch from the front lines

Dear Brother-
Another day of beautiful sunshine and warm temperatures here in Southern Arizona.
Tonight is just perfect, I can hear the train horn wail and coyotes howling and feel the cool breeze through the open windows.
I'm just so glad I don't live in one of those dangerous retirement communities.  Those people take a lot of drugs, and are stockpiling guns and praying for facists... it's terrifying.

I do hope you are taking vitamin D and cleaning your nose, winter is advancing and I remember how vexing it can be.

Be safe.  Be well.  Keep up the good fight.

Tell me about it

Aging Boomer Men Can’t Quit Their Violent, Murderous Ways

oops sorry, fixed link.

Monday, October 29, 2018

It's This Simple.

Republicans want to take away your access to health care.
And destroy any chance you have of affording the correct dental care.
At the exact time they and just about everyone in America needs a whole lot more of both of those.

Follow the Leaders- Isaac Cordal- Berlin 2011

Leader of the Pack

The Grand Irony

Upper front teeth vs lower molar pathology.
One pinches the eyes, the other pulls down the jaw.
One makes you homicidal, the other suicidal.

And a shitload of people have both.

It all makes sense

If you understand that an inflamed infraorbital nerve combined with sleep deprivation predictably leads to berserker behavior.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

An interesting thing about Apnea

You can't breathe.  You can't sleep.
And after a while you become so chronically rest and oxygen deprived that your brain stem goes into permanent panic mode.     Everything becomes frightening.  But the cerebral cortex shuts down so you can only obsess on and accomplish ONE thing.
You literally get a hyperactive one-track-mind.

This man became afraid of helpless Guatemalan women who are thousands of miles away...
But he was too debilitated to do anything constructive...
So he decided to shoot his neighbors.

It all makes sense if the frontal lobe isn't functioning.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

See the Pathology

Proud Boys member gets makeover for court appearance 

There's a reason they sport those giant neck beards-
To cover up their oropharygeal inflammation and mucous accumulation.
They think it's fat.
This is a nasal infection that drains down his throat.  Maybe some squishy lower molars.

 Hysterical Apnea Boy...

Various Things

Older People Are Worse Than Young People at Telling Fact From Opinion
Given five facts, only 17 percent of people over 65 were able to identify them all as factual statements.

The Main Suspect Behind an Ominous Spike in a Polio-like Illness
A common virus seems to be behind a puzzling condition that’s paralyzing children, but uncertainties remain.

Gene makes some susceptible to middle ear infections
The FUT2 gene is expressed in the salivary gland, colon and lungs but its expression in the middle ear has not been described previously.

'Gut-on-a-chip' system shows intestinal barrier disruption is the onset initiator of gut inflammation

Antibiotics are 'avoidable trigger' for bowel disease

Most burger chains fail on annual antibiotics report card

Irish Famine victims' heavy smoking led to dental decay, new research reveals

Self Induced Berserker Syndrome

Um yeah.   People driving down the street knew the Van Guy was a dangerous obsessive maniac.

His teeth actually aren't that bad, but his skull is Mediterranean, not the pinched shape of a northern European.  He's got a bad bicuspid on the upper left that makes that side droop, but mostly he's a big bag of rage because of the long term steroid abuse.
I would guess he has an almost total insensitivity to pain.

The only mystery here is why he wasn't already fitted with a permanent ankle bracelet.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Something Else

My favorite thing.   Library photos.

And just for the hell of it-
I'm sure Dorcas Reilly was a super lady who made lots of great recipes, but I will never forgive her for creating that green bean casserole.  I have never ever cooked a green bean in my adult life because of it.  So gross...

Bombs across America

This is what I have been waiting for since November 2016.
Not real thrilled to have been right.

As a murderino and armchair forensic dentist-
I'm gonna predict it's a white male racist/misogynist over 50 years old with medium bad upper teeth.
They can't be too bad...he has to have some cognitive function left just to wrap that many packages...

update:  more specifically, I expect this nerve to be tweaked.   Like this guy.


This is my father.
He was a supersonic fighter jet pilot during the Cold War era.  You can't get much more manic and righteous and obsessive than that.

He destroyed his front teeth sucking on lemons as a teenager.
He had some "impulse control problems" that persuaded him to choose a military career over time in a Texas prison.  (Read hot-wiring the sheriff's car and taking his friends for a ride in it...)

Notably, he also experienced a rapid increase in nasal infections and dementia after having them capped late in life

Monday, October 22, 2018

Sex Education

Does Botox curb your sexual pleasure?
New research suggests women find it harder to orgasm after having botulinum treatment – but not everyone is convinced this means facial expressions are key to feeling pleasure.
Maybe facial nerves aren't necessary for sexual pleasure, but they are necessary for the peristalsis that occurs during orgasm.   The reflex involves the face because coordinating the sensory input and motor output between the cranial nerves and spinal nerves is what triggers the peristalsis sequence.   Peristalsis is the repetitive pattern of muscle contractions that release sperm from the testicles and also causes the internal directional motion of the vaginal canal during orgasm.  Your head and your body have to be synchronized because the same thing occurs in your face- your salivary glands and sinuses and tear ducts all drain too.  If you don't have the correct sensory function in those nerves, it derails the reflex.
Yeah, paralyzing facial nerves with endotoxin is a REALLY BAD IDEA.
You are destroying your face's ability to function properly-
Not to mention your migraine/wrinkle/anxiety/depression problems probably come from naturally occurring endotoxin already leaking in your mouth or nose!!

This research is notable because this means sexual dysfunction can probably also be caused by the common everyday facial nerve excitation and suppression due to infection and/or tooth crowding.
Something something headache, amirite?
And yet it suggests that orgasm would be a therapeutic treatment for facial and upper respiratory pathologies.  Heh.

Which reminds me of this legendary misdiagnosis...
Go figure.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Medical Terminology

This is a stryker saw.    As you see, it is not a hack saw.
And the blades are as sharp as scalpels.

See the Punkocracy

I just saw this new ad for the army-
There are those who are compelled to act when others don't. 
Are you one of them?   Do you have what it takes?
This slick piece of video is directly aimed at young people with impulse control problems.
And suggests that what they need is very big guns. 

I think this is problematic.  Irresponsible.  Exploitative.  Dangerous.
It reminds me of what my father said after his military service.
"I wanted to do the right thing.  They made me into a killer."

If you have impulse control problems that make you think you can save the world- you should consider seeing a dentist.  
There's probably something wrong with your upper front teeth that is activating your trigeminal and vagus nerves and fight response.  (lower teeth tend to depress the nerves and cause the freezing response)

How I know-
I have both.   A bad upper canine on the left, and two crowned lower molars on the right.
I can't usually feel them, but I know which is problematic by whether I am homicidal or suicidal that day...

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Say It With Me

Radical Islamic Terrorists

The first rule of violence against people

Turn up the music.  Drown out the screams.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

A Thousand Times Yes

Can an Infection Hypothesis Explain the Beta Amyloid Hypothesis of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most frequent type of dementia. The pathological hallmarks of the disease are extracellular senile plaques composed of beta-amyloid peptide (Aβ) and intracellular neurofibrillary tangles composed of pTau. These findings led to the “beta-amyloid hypothesis” that proposes that Aβ is the major cause of AD. Clinical trials targeting Aβ in the brain have mostly failed. These failures suggest a need to find new hypotheses to explain AD pathogenesis and generate new targets for intervention to prevent and treat the disease. Many years ago, the “infection hypothesis” was proposed, but received little attention. However, the recent discovery that Aβ is an antimicrobial peptide (AMP) acting against bacteria, fungi, and viruses gives increased credence to an infection hypothesis in the etiology of AD. We and others have shown that microbial infection increases the synthesis of this AMP. Here, we propose that the production of Aβ as an AMP will be beneficial on first microbial challenge but will become progressively detrimental as the infection becomes chronic and reactivates from time to time. Furthermore, we propose that host measures to remove excess Aβ decrease over time due to immune senescence and microbial biofilm formation. We propose that this biofilm aggregates with Aβ to form the plaques in the brain of AD patients. In this review, we will develop this connection between Infection – Aβ – AD and discuss future possible treatments based on this paradigm.

Lowest Common Denominator

What Donald Trump and Kanye West have in common:

Too much cosmetic dentistry.   It's as bad as having naturally rotten teeth. Tears up your mouth and leaves permanent damage.

Shaving off the tops or fronts of your teeth is pretty bad for them.  It's like cutting open a bone.  There are live parts in there that are exposed.   And the outer portion is porous like a bone.   Covering over the the channels with cement and ceramics impedes their flow of nutrients and disposal of waste products.  They can never heal.
They look pretty, but they are dying inside. 
And affecting all the cranial nerves and the entire immune system while they're at it.

I would bet both those guys would test positive on a beta-amyloid test.
Veneers and implants should come with a black box warning:  May poison your brain.

Friday, October 12, 2018

This and That

Kanye West destroyed his teeth with outrageous cosmetic dentistry.
I'd bet the white ones are veneers.  The implants are now making him insane.

Bride claims brain infection wiped memory, changed personality

Probiotic bacillus eliminates staphylococcus bacteria
A new study shows that a 'good' bacterium commonly found in probiotic digestive supplements helps eliminate Staphylococcus aureus, a type of bacteria that can cause serious antibiotic-resistant infections. The researchers unexpectedly found that Bacillus bacteria prevented S. aureus bacteria from growing in the gut and nose of healthy individuals.
Cold severity linked to bacteria living in your nose
The bacteria in study participants' noses fell into six different patterns of nasal microbiomes. The different patterns were associated with differences in symptom severity. The compositions also were found to correlate with viral load -- the amount of cold virus inside the body.

Note from the blog: it's October, start taking Vitamin D.

Shell and Exxon's secret 1980s climate change warnings
Newly found documents from the 1980s show that fossil fuel companies privately predicted the global damage that would be caused by their products.

Just read this

Forget the Blood of Teens. This Pill Promises to Extend Life for a Nickel a Pop

The drug in question, metformin, costs about five cents a pill. It’s a slightly modified version of a compound that was discovered in a plant, Galega officinalis. The plant, also known as French lilac and goat’s rue, is hardly the stuff of cutting-edge science. Physicians have been prescribing it as an herbal remedy for centuries. In 1640, the great English herbalist John Parkinson wrote about goat’s rue in his life’s work, Theatrum Botanicum, recommending it for “the bitings or stings of any venomous creature,” “the plague,” “measells,” “small pocks,” and “wormes in children,” among other conditions.
According to some sources, goat’s rue was also a centuries-old remedy for frequent urination, now known to be a telltale sign of diabetes. Today, metformin, which helps keep blood sugar levels in check without serious side effects, is typically the first-choice treatment for type 2 diabetics, and it’s sometimes prescribed for prediabetes as well. Together, the two conditions afflict half of American adults. 
I agree with this guy.
It probably affects the chronic underlying glucose imbalance and immune response caused by "civilized" grain based diets.
If only CVS charged a nickle for it...  that's the cost, not the price.

There is absolutely no corporate incentive to cure chronic disease.
Suffering is profitable.   For some people.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

My Two Cents

This picture is going around the interwebs today.

He clearly had his parotid salivary gland removed. (near the upper molars).  He also has no upper teeth and a full denture plate.  Guessing the lower teeth were natural but rotten, because his chin hadn't receded.
McCain had a similar thing on his other side. Salivary gland infection accelerated his cancer.
Pretty sure the long chronic infections that preceded Fred's salivary and oral surgeries are what caused his Alzheimer's.
Beta amyloid production in the brain is increased when you have a bacterial infection.  After a while your brain just clogs up from the excess.

Oh, by the way his son has the same problem.    (another related post)

Good Question

Matthew Dowd- Here is one thing I don’t understand: why is the MAGA crowd always in a perpetual state of anger even after they win. Trump gets elected, they stayed angry. They hold all levers of power in DC, still angry. They win tax vote, still angry. They win Kavanaugh, still angry.

Hmmmm... just spitballing here...maybe it's not politics at all, maybe it's the constant screeching headaches and systemic inflammation caused by all the rotting teeth in their heads...

This is Why

Because as a narcoleptic, men always found it pretty easy to knock me out with alcohol and pizza-and assault me.

At a party in high school, I once woke up in a different house with one of the rich boys on top of me.
Later on, another guy put hickeys and bites all over my ass cheeks while I was sleeping.
In college, I once woke up vomiting because one of my "friend's" penis was in my mouth.   
Apparently they all felt I deserved it.

Still, I consider myself lucky, because I never fell asleep driving and killed someone while undiagnosed.
That's a narcoleptic's worst fate.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Pop Quiz

Here's an angry guy.
He's kinda red and bumpy and droopy, right?

1.  Guess what he did.
2.  Guess where he lives.
3.  Describe the facial symptoms, and their pathological origins.


Friday, September 28, 2018

Same as it ever was

Liquid Bacteremia

Men like to think beer is harmless because it has less alcohol and some carbs in it.
"Liquid bread" is what they like to call it.

But beer is one of the worst things you can drink because it has gluten in it, which causes a similar kind of intestinal tissue damage as alcohol. The yeast can also cause fungal overgrowth of the mucous membranes. So they're actually multiplying their toxicity.
That's why beer gives them the big saggy gut- their intestines are leaking into the abdominal space and the toxins are swelling their livers.   (My nephew was truly shocked to learn that.)

Red wine is the safest alcohol to drink.   Resveratrol actually does help heal the mucous membranes somewhat.


True Grace

This kept repeating in my head all day-

"Never underestimate the power of a woman who feels the need to move the furniture."

She was glorious.   The most expert witness I've ever seen.

Never underestimate the power of a woman who knows what an effing amygdala does.

My Two Cents

I'm glad my google locked me out yesterday....that was a truly horrifying display of pathological sequela.   Quite a few neurological short circuits going on.

Anyhow,  I was going to post this stuff last week, but thought it seemed minor.
Then we saw his active bitch face...

Here's the relaxed version

I looked at his teeth a lot.   They're obviously crowded and not well kept, but there are no obvious gnarly ones.  His face also seems pretty symmetrical for an angry guy, they usually show some obvious swelling or sagging somewhere.   All I could see was that knot above his nose between the eyebrows.

That's the spot that makes you the most righteous though.   Pinches your eyes and makes that permanent crease.  Focuses your attention on your immediate annoyance.

And then I found this pic and knew he grinds his teeth.   And boy howdy does he grind.
The top and bottom have ground together into a really amazing curve.
This shows he clenches them together in the front and the lower jaw juts forward and back repeatedly.  Back and forth until they fit together like a puzzle.
It's like geology, shows the erosion over time.
He clearly has the most force on his face right in the middle, creating that huge central bump and relative symmetry otherwise.
I'm impressed, I ground in three directions, so my teeth are all totally flat, and my face is all droopy on one side.

For the record, bruxism is a cause of insomnia.
And he probably has apnea too.  Most alcoholics do.  Especially beer drinkers.

I also saw this pic and it made me think he has a bad left lower tooth.   That jowl just doesn't move properly.

And yesterday he focused on exactly that area of his mouth.
Probed it often with his tongue.

Now maybe this all seems trivial, but he certainly behaved as if he were a toddler with a toothache.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Plausible Deniability is the Refuge of Sociopaths

Jason Miller, Trumps former aide has been accused of secretly administering an abortion pill which almost killed the woman he was having an affair with.

Study Carefully

“We are unwilling to accommodate your unreasonable demands,” Grassley said in a written statement.
The operative word is "Unreasonable".  It's their favorite description of women.
Even though most of them couldn't get dressed in the morning without one.

We Won't Forget

Trump knows .
He knows why we ALL didn't report.
He's been counting on it his entire pussy grabbing life.

And it's precisely why nasty men support him.  Why they "want to go back to the fifties".
That's when they could bully and molest people with impunity.  
Because practically, before the undeniable accountability of DNA, nobody could report it.  It would only destroy their own life.

Study carefully the ongoing loud display of feigned righteousness to convince each other they are not monsters...
And to keep us from talking about it, even now.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

This is Why

Because I am that girl.
That girl at that party in 1977.
The one that got stared at and talked about afterwards- while given the silent treatment.
The one who still remembers the first classmate who spoke to her... three months later.

The one who grew up and moved far away and made an entirely different life.
The one who never used Facebook because it immediately connected her back to every one of those motherfucking assholes.

I am now an old lady.  I have suffered three rounds of florid dementia and some permanent memory loss.
But I can never forget that.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018


Gut bacteria's shocking secret: They produce electricity
This one is kind of weird, but it may affect metal products in our mouths like fillings and braces.

Military Invests in ‘Molar Mic’ That Can Route Calls Through Your Teeth
This is even weirder. It's not a mic though, it's a receiver to hear through your jaw.

Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters in the 1970s and 1980s
I like the guy in the blue bottle.   He's got all the symptoms.  Puffy eyes, runny nose, saggy face, open wounds. Needs a long bath.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Just Sayin

If old men did not predictably get hyper-impulsive and go mad...

Democracy and Checks and Balances would not have been needed in the first place.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Easy Peasy Science

I’m a mother of six, and a Mormon. I have a good understanding of arguments surrounding abortion, religious and otherwise. I've been listening to men grandstand about women's reproductive rights, and I'm convinced men actually have zero interest in stopping abortion. Here's why…
If you want to stop abortion, you need to prevent unwanted pregnancies. And men are 100% responsible for unwanted pregnancies. No for real, they are. Perhaps you are thinking: IT TAKES TWO! And yes, it does take two for _intentional_ pregnancies.
But ALL unwanted pregnancies are caused by the irresponsible ejaculations of men. Period. Don’t believe me? Let me walk you through it...

A few things

America Records More than a Third of the World’s Gun Suicides
The United States, home to 4 percent of the world’s population, accounted for more than a third of its gun suicides in 2016, according to a sweeping analysis of global firearm deaths published yesterday in The Journal of the American Medical Association. The study, which is the first to gauge the global impact of gun violence, suggests that America’s rates of gun suicide and gun ownership are stark outliers on the world stage.

The Secret Drug Pricing System Middlemen Use to Rake in Millions

Cocaine addiction traced to increase in number of orexin neurons
Go effin figure.

How to Clean Your Ears (Properly), According to ENTs
Yeah, this covers the outer ear, your hearing problems probably come from your molars and throat.

As I was Saying

Some advice from GQ

Men, Please Brush Your Teeth
If you search the word “teeth” on Reddit, or through any internet advice column, you’ll see what a common issue this seems to be. Men who don’t brush for days at a time. Men turning defensive when their girlfriends ask them to go to the dentist. Men who shower every day, but whose only dental hygiene routine is stocking up on breath mints. Men who will nag their partners to brush their teeth, but who won’t do the same for themselves.
According to a survey from the Academy of General Dentistry, this is more than just an anecdotal problem. American women are more likely to get preventative dental care than men, and according to a different study from the Journal of Periodontology said men were less likely to brush regularly and do things like schedule regular dental checkups. Men are also more likely to lose teeth as they age, and develop oral and throat cancer, and gum disease. However, presumably men grow up surrounded by just as many helpful toothpaste commercials and posters in Kindergarten classrooms. Yes, going to the dentist sucks, but also, we’re all adults here. And so, I ask a question I’ve asked many, many times in my 31 years on this planet: Men, what on earth is up with you?

I wish I had the ability to search Reddit.   Unfortunately I have PTSD from doing internet research back in the 90's.   I was one of the actual humans who verified other people's search terms to determine the goal of the user and the accuracy of results.  (Totally serious, my boss created that paperclip guy.)  Trust me, even with (mostly misspelled) sex terms filtered out, it was traumatic.

And now I regret helping them improve their algorithms. Every single day.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Keep up the Good Fight

I have not yet convinced America's angry young men that their bad attitudes actually come from the open wounds in their mouths and noses-
So, in the meantime I am hoping we can persuade some of them to use their chronic nervous frustration for more constructive purposes.
Redirect the obsessive-compulsive behavior...

This is the best explanation I have ever seen.   Distribute widely.

Look Up, Not Down: A Message to Young Trump Supporters
If you're a Trump supporter struggling to keep up with your rent, pay for your medicine, feed your kids, and maybe buy a small pick-up truck on long-term credit, then there's a good chance you're directing your anger, resentment, and disdain at exactly the wrong people.
You have bought into myths designed to protect the rich and feed their greed. You have been duped.

(Don't bother to try to change the oldster's minds.   Their teeth are so trashed and their cranial nerves are so toxic that their synapse remodeling systems stopped functioning long ago.)

Sunday, September 9, 2018

This and That

His family helped cause the opioid crisis. Now he might profit from addiction treatment.
Richard Sackler, former president of Purdue Pharma, may “benefit financially from the addiction crisis that his family’s company is accused of fueling.”
Yeah, this is not addiction treatment.   It's a slightly less powerful opioid, that they say is not addictive.  Check the tapes- that is exactly what they said about frakking Oxycontin!!!!
This drug will only prolong the immune suppression.  

Why Cats make that creepy face

Update:  Botox Ted needs to learn some medical history:
Breast implants were invented in Houston.   It's a huge business.

There seems to be some hair dye going on right in his own home-

And there's a whole lot of midwestern-soy-farmers wishing old-school-boys would eat tofu right now.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Plausible Deniability is the Refuge of Sociopaths

You know who sounds hysterical? Anyone who refers to birth control as abortion inducing drugs.
Contraception is the opposite of abortion.

Supreme Court Justices are supposed to be serious people.
Serious adults do not confuse pregnancy prevention with pregnancy termination.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

As I was Saying

Gut bacteria helps develop more beige fat with restricted calorie intake
Reducing the intake of calories by up to 40% has long been known to have a beneficial effect on animal health: the animals live longer, blood-sugar levels drop faster, and they burn more body fat. According to an article by a group of researchers recently published in the research magazine Cell Metabolism, many of these changes in the body are brought about by gut bacteria.
... Trajkovski's team found that the gut bacteria of mice on a calorie-restricted diet produced lower levels of a toxic molecule called Lipopolysaccharide (LPS). When the LPS-levels were reconstituted to normal levels in the blood, the mice lost many health benefits of the diet.
They then go on to describe the molecules that they are going to develop and sell to mimic this effect.

Try White Tea.
And a Gluten Free Diet.
Already proven to work.

Another Vicious Circle

 A couple more thoughts on dehydration:
Tons of common drugs cause dry mouth.   Especially amphetemines.

And here the answer to my lifelong dilemma:

This is why I always feel cold and never want to take off my layers of clothes and take a shower.

related post


Good morning I hope Ben Sasse says “hysteria” again so that my loathing can power me with electric intensity throughout my workday.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Same as it Ever Was

Senator Ben Sasse, a straight white man with taxpayer-paid-health-care-for-life claims women protesters are "Hysterical" to fight for access to basic health care.

This is Why

Because I think that every bit of this behavior can be explained by illness and injury and dental problems and the resulting constant immune activity that shuts down the frontal cortex.
There's a reason these kids don't care about punishment.
Their epithelium isn't functioning. Their facial nerves are disabled.  They can't feel pain.
When Your Child Is a Psychopath
The condition has long been considered untreatable. Experts can spot it in a child as young as 3 or 4. But a new clinical approach offers hope.
Yes, it's amazing what a little nutrition and hygiene and sleep will do for a bag of nerves and skin.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Thank You Cheesus

The research we've all been waiting for:

New Study Shows
Cheese and yogurt were found to protect against death from any cause, and also against death from cerebrovascular causes, like stroke. 

Monday, August 27, 2018

This is Why

Read Kara Swisher whenever you can.  She's brilliant.

How and Why Silicon Valley Gets High  NYTimes
Michael Pollan, whose recent book, “How to Change Your Mind,” talks about the resurgence of psychedelic drugs, told me in an interview that the exploration of drugs by tech workers remains part of the industry’s “hacking ethos.”
Mr. Pollan is not surprised that Silicon Valley is behind that push. He points to a range of other tech-fueled efforts — fasting, food-hacking, nootropics (drugs meant to stimulate memory and cognitive function) and attempts to stop aging and even death — that are on trend right now.
“It is all about finding a technology to improve biology,” said Mr. Pollan. 

Um, yeah, y'all are toxic manic zombies - exploiting and destroying civilization for the rush.
You want to change your minds?   Unwind them a bit please. 
Hydrate, eat protein, exercise and sleep.
Take a long bath, drink some milk, masturbate, take a nap, and then get the fuck over yourselves.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

I'll just leave this here

...the 24-year-old, who fatally shot himself as well as several others, was described as a “disgruntled” gamer who’d been in the tournament in the past, had used handles like Bread and mrslicedbread...

Drive By

In case you need something else to read.

Pfizer CEO gets 61% pay raise—to $27.9 million—as drug prices continue to climb

Consuming milk at breakfast lowers blood glucose throughout the day
A team of scientists found that milk consumed with breakfast cereal reduced postprandial blood glucose concentration compared with water, and high dairy protein concentration reduced postprandial blood glucose concentration compared with normal dairy protein concentration. The high-protein treatment also reduced appetite after the second meal compared with the low-protein equivalent.
Chronic malnutrition in children: A new gut microbial signature
"We expected to see an increase in enteropathogenic bacteria such as Campylobacter, Shigella or even Salmonella in the malnourished children," comments Pascale Vonaesch, "but we certainly didn't expect to see oropharyngeal bacteria!" "What also surprised us was the sheer number of these bacteria," adds Philippe Sansonetti. "We had already observed this type of phenomenon for some inflammatory bowel diseases and colon cancer, but never such large-scale migrations. There are 10 to 100 times more bacteria than in the control patients."

Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality
Heidi says: Deep forehead wrinkles are a sign of long term nasal/sinus infection.  Nasolacrimal duct blockage pinches those nerves.   I know this from experience.

Sweeter dreams in a peaceful mind
A new study shows that people with more peace of mind in the waking state have more positive dreams, whereas those with more anxiety in the waking state have more negative dreams. This means that dream experiences, as revealed in recalled and reported dreams, may reflect a person's mental health.
Excellent documentation of the obvious.  Our shaman ancestors thank you for your service.

Kinda advanced:

Newly identified structure in lymph nodes was 'hiding in plain sight'
The new micro-organ is the place where the immune system 'remembers' diseases it has been vaccinated against.  The researchers reveal the existence of thin, flattened structures extending over the surface of lymph nodes in mice. These dynamic structures are not always present: instead, they appear only when needed to fight an infection against which the animal has previously been exposed.

The influence of genetics on nutritional requirements
Different people metabolize food differently depending on their genes.

Chronic inflammation can trigger cancers via newly discovered mechanism
"In many ways, cancers are akin to wounds that never heal," Cho said. "Here we're showing a new mechanism for how inflammation from chronic tissue damage can actually lead to cancer.
I have been thinking this for about a decade now.
Keep calm and Restore your epithelial integrity.

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Article Roundup

Here, some stuff you can read.

It’s easy to become obese in America. These 7 charts explain why.

Why would you get an intestinal infection, like C. diff, from treating a different illness with antibiotics?

Tongue microbiome research underscores importance of dental health
Elderly individuals with fewer teeth, poor dental hygiene, and more cavities constantly ingest more toxic microbiota, which could be harmful to their respiratory health.

Robber blames doctor and pharmacist for crimes, sues them for $49,000
Bishop’s lawsuit claims her naturopathic doctor, Vanessa Esteves, and an unidentified pharmacist for Safeway prescribed and dispensed to her the mind-altering combination of drugs a few days before police say she frightened employees at the shoe store and bookstore and made off with the cash.

Scientists find that common dietary elements cure lethal infections, eliminating the need for antibiotics
Salk Institute researchers report that giving mice dietary iron supplements enabled them to survive a normally lethal bacterial infection and resulted in later generations of those bacteria being less virulent.

Laziness helped lead to extinction of Homo erectus
I don't think this was "laziness", Homo erectus seems to have a different brain metabolism, and a less urgent need to regulate their glucose levels.

Longer articles:

The simple change that can save patient's lives
Reduce the sound level in hospitals.  (yo Jamie, read this one)

Scientists Are Developing a Unique Identifier for Your Brain
They are mapping the connections between areas, and think it is unique to each individual.

The Scientist Who Scrambled Darwin’s Tree of Life
How the microbiologist Carl Woese fundamentally changed the way we think about evolution and the origins of life.

States of Despair: A Closer Look at Rising State Death Rates from Drugs, Alcohol, and Suicide
my two cents: Death rates have risen 40% because opiates are shutting down immune systems, and people are going septic all over America.

No healthy level of alcohol consumption, says major study

Why I am Obsessed with Dehydration


This study was just published, it shows that rising orexin levels are a trigger for thirst.
That as a rat gets dehydrated it's orexin levels rise and this motivates it to seek water.

I find this does not happen for me.
If I am outside and sweating I will just become more and more focused and obsessive on finishing my task instead of seeking relief.   I think this is because the stress hormones are being activated instead...

Orexin neurons couple neural systems mediating fluid balance with motivation-related circuits.

During extracellular dehydration, neural systems that sense deficits in body fluid homeostasis operate in tandem with those that mediate motivation and reward in order to promote ingestive behaviors that restore fluid balance. We hypothesized that hypothalamic orexin (Ox) neurons act as an interface to couple brain regions sensing and processing information about body fluid status with central nervous system motivation and reward systems. An initial set of anterograde and retrograde tracing experiments suggested that structures along the lamina terminalis (LT), a region of the forebrain that serves to monitor and integrate information reflecting body fluid balance, project to hypothalamic Ox neurons that, in turn, project to dopamine neurons in the ventral tegmental area (VTA). A second set of experiments determined whether Ox neuron activation is associated with extracellular dehydration and the seeking out and consumption of water and saline. An elevation of Fos-like immunoreactivity in Ox neurons was observed in fluid-depleted rats that were allowed to ingest water and sodium. A final experiment was conducted to determine whether Ox release in the VTA promotes thirst and salt appetite. Bilateral microinjection of the Ox Type I receptor antagonist SB-408124 into the VTA prior to acute extracellular dehydration attenuated fluid intake. Together, these studies support the hypothesis that structures along the LT modulate activity in the VTA through actions of orexinergic neurons that have cell bodies in the hypothalamus. This pathway may function to facilitate sustained consumption of fluids necessary for restoration of fluid balance.
Anyhow, I'm pretty sure that explains a whole lot of my problems since I moved here to the desert.
I'm crispy as a tato chip... 
And I don't want to take a frakkin shower.

Here, some more links to add to my list:

Dehydration alters human brain shape and activity, slackens task performance
Next 5 years predicted to be abnormally hot
The Arid West Moves East, With Big Implications For Agriculture

Expect more, I'm on a hot trail now...

oh my...
Drought In Central Europe Reveals Cautionary 'Hunger Stones' In Czech River
"Over a dozen of the hunger stones, chosen to record low water levels, can now be seen in and near the northern Czech town of Decin near the German border," the AP writes.
One of the stones on the banks of the Elbe is carved with the words "Wenn du mich siehst, dann weine": "If you see me, weep."

Friday, August 17, 2018

See the Vortex

Elon Musk Needs Sleep

Musk is by his own admission highly sleep-deprived, a condition that in everybody who suffers from it results in impaired judgment at best, and outright disaster at worst. When you suffer from this affliction, you lose reasoning and problem-solving skills; you also suffer from short-term memory loss and stop being able to learn from your prior mistakes.

Hypervigilance is a symptom

Tucker Carlson’s Taco Tantrum: ‘It’s An American Food! ... Those Are My Tacos. Mine!’

Here, let me google that for you.

Monday, August 13, 2018

Obsession I can Appreciate

Dutch engineer/artist Theo Jansen is known for his Strandbeests, giant kinetic sculptures that move along the beach on their own, powered only by the wind.

Now that is one of the coolest things I have ever seen.   Looks like a living fossil.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Lack of Impulse Control is a Symptom

A 29 year old suicidal male stole an airplane and used it for a joy flight before he crashed it and died. 

This is Why

BASEL, SWITZERLAND—According to a Live Science report, a wad of 2,000-year-old papyrus from the collections of the University of Basel has been restored and translated, revealing a previously unknown composition. An examination of the papyrus with ultraviolet and infrared light revealed the sheets may have been stuck together, possibly to be reused as a bookbinding. Once a restorer separated the wad into individual sheets, the Greek text could be read. Ancient historian Sabine Huebner explained the papyrus bears a medical text that may have been composed by the Roman physician Galen, who lived from A.D. 130 to 210. The text may also comprise a commentary on Galen's work, describing a phenomenon he called “hysterical apnea.” Women afflicted with this so-called condition did not suffer from a “wandering womb,” as was thought by other physicians of the day, Galen is known to have argued, but from “hysterical suffocation,” brought on by a lack of intercourse. “
Because the advice I now receive from doctors is only slightly less self-serving.