The world didn’t end. Maybe that’s a good thing.
I found a better, new doctor who is less than a mile from my house. He didn’t bring up cancer at all. He did, however want to run more tests on me. I have to go into the hospital tomorrow for these tests.
Wish me luck.
I personally don’t think this is true, btw.
From Huffington Post:
May 21, 2011 will mark the second coming of Christ, or at least that’s what some Christian groups believe.
The date was calculated by Harold Camping, the leader of an independent Christian ministry called Family Radio Worldwide, which is based in Oakland, Calif. Camping’s date is based on his interpretation of the Bible.
Camping’s group isn’t the only one following his apocalyptic prediction though. A number of loosely affiliated websites and radio broadcasts have created a movement independent of churches that have organized to proclaim the day as the end of the world.
Billboards, bus stop benches, and travelling caravans of RVs from Bridgeport, Conn. to Little Rock, Ark. are being used to spread the word, according to the AP. Allison Warden (pictured) has been helping to organize the campaign not only through billboards and post cards, but through the web, using her site We Can Know.
Camping, 89, says the Bible acts as a calendar by which the dates of prophecies can be calculated. “Beyond the shadow of a doubt, May 21 will be the date of the Rapture and the day of judgment,” he told the AP.
While this isn’t the first time that the end of the world has been predicted, there are many believers that will adhere to the date, even if it passes. “It would be like telling the Wright brothers that every other attempt to fly has failed, so you shouldn’t even try,” Chris McCann, who works with eBible Fellowship, told the AP.
Over the last few months their has been some changes in my health that have seemed to worsen over the last couple of months. It was bad enough that I made an appointment to see a doctor last week. I had a great doctor in Manhattan, but since I’m now back in Los Angeles that meant to find a new one here. I went in expecting she would maybe examine me, write me a perscription and I’d go home. So, when I went in it started with her asking me questions about my syptoms. Normal right? Then she starts the examination. She was ROUGH, not nice about it at all. It was actully hurting. Then when it was over she said that the exam seemed normal but from from the sympoms I gave her it seemed like I had cancer and to scedule a biopcy.
I don’t want to go into details but if really have the type of cancer that she said I’d be very, very worried.
Then after I scheduled the biopcy and was leaving they callled me back in saying they needed to take blood from me. The tech missed my veins 4 times and screamed at me saying I seemed nervious and it was messing her up. Duh. You think?
How often are doctors wrong about this stuff? To be honest I want a second opinon allready and I haven’t even had a first opinion. To be honest, if the exam hurt that much with her hands, what will it feel like with her coming at me with surgical insterments? Should I get a new doctor before any of this happens?
If you get contacted by a guy with the phone number (917)470-2496 and email adress email@example.com do not even talk to him via email. He will send you 50 emails a day to beg and harass you about doing a “POV shoot” then threaten and insult you when you say no. Just a warning.
For example, here is one of his intellegent emails:
white producer’s money isnt good enough for u, fine.
yea heath, give it away to ur nigger crack pimp, yea yea yea!
See what I mean?
First AIM tells us they are re-modeling, but proves to be a lie. What timing to remodel right after the security breech that put our real names all over the Internet went public. So they fessed up about closing because they can never afford the class action lawsuits against them for the same insident.
Then the Free Speech Coalition steps up. I silently never trusted them since 2006. They seem to be all for free speech until you say something they don’t like. There was a big issue with RSVPing and who they would be allowing in and who they’ll be turning away at the door. Due to a scheduling conflict I didn’t know I was able to attend until the last minute so I just read the notes online.
Performers now have a new organization that they have to pay to join but it is not a union.
There is a new advisory board that is headed by medical proffessionals but they are not medical doctors either.
They are still claiming that porn is safer than dating and it’s ok to ignore herpes, hepititis, BV, and those rampid yeast infections. Um, ok. Sure!
For those of you who message me when I’m going to get back into the industry, try in many, many years from now when this is 100% fixed. By then I’ll be so old you won’t want to look anyway.
Glad this isn’t my problem anymore. Just sayin.
From Village Voice:
No, no, no, and no!
We do hate to be graphic, but in this case it seems necessary. This is the second time in less than two days (and the third time in just over two months) that we’ve heard of a woman being arrested who had something inappropriate, even illegal, hidden away in that very personal body cavity of hers. Stop doing this! It’s not a good idea! We hardly need to explain why, but, after the jump, we list the recent offenders. Note: They all got caught.
May 3, Pompano Beach, Florida: Authorities arrested a woman “who was concealing a fraudulent credit card and a counterfeit driver’s license in her vagina.” She also had more than $5,000 worth of products purchased with that credit card in her car, which makes us wonder…Was she planning to use it again?
May 3, Fort Meyers, Florida: (Yes, again Florida): Cops responded to a report of Gloria Esther Perez, 25, fighting with another woman. When approached by the officer, Perez and the other woman, Whitney Noelle Krimmel, 28, were “very cooperative,” but became quickly rather “nervous” and “fidgety.” Perez was searched and found to be hiding prescription pills, then claimed she was ill and was taken to a hospital.
Once there, it was discovered she was concealing two knives. One was tucked within the folds of her fat while the other was “hidden in her vagina.”
And don’t forget:
March 17, Scranton, Pennsylvania: “Police detained Karin Mackaliunas, suspected of burglarizing the Dunmore Inn, after she crashed her car on Sunday. They found three bags of heroin in her jacket. On the way to police HQ, they noticed her “fidgeting in the backseat of the cruiser.”
A search of Ms. Mackaliunas by a doctor at Community Medical Center turned up 54 bags of heroin, 31 empty bags used to package heroin, 8.5 prescription pills and $51.22 [in her vagina].
Two words: Change. Purse.
WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden, the Saudi extremist whose al-Qaida terrorist organization killed more than 3,000 people in coordinated attacks on the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001, is dead following a military operation in Pakistan and the U.S. has recovered his body, U.S. President Barack Obama announced Sunday night.
“Justice has been done,” the president declared as crowds formed outside the White House to celebrate, singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “We Are the Champions,” NBC News reported.
Obama said bin Laden, whom he called a terrorist “responsible for the murder of thousands of American men, women and children,” was killed in Pakistan earlier in the day after a firefight in an operation that was based on U.S. intelligence.
Officials long believed that bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world, was hiding a mountainous region along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
It is a major accomplishment for Obama and his national security team, having fulfilled the goal once voiced by Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush, to bring to justice the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Obama declared that “the death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s struggle to defeat al-Qaida,” he stressed that the effort continues.