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deez- commentar33 By Michael House
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What a game. I am very entertained when I see a good game. The leader the whole game suddenly loses the lead at the end of the game. I had admittance to make good grades. I didn't have to try. But... More > ridicule is why I tried not to do best. I invested effort in making bad grades! Huh? The worse I did, the less I was picked on. So I was cheated in my youth. Then college got in my sights. Doing my homework & studies were a must. But I didn't. Why? because I had insurance, down payment, car payments, gas for a gas hog, & other similar fees cominh down on me. My insanity & instability back then was grandiose. Mental illness & disorder back then was highfalutin. Psychopathy & imbalance back then hoity-toity. I was a basket case! Told what will your brother, sisters, & cousins drive, I started drinking. I was hell bent to ruin my life. I was doing it because Granny, at my 16th birthday, lied, loudly laughed, & called my promised truck a dream. The church secretary< Less
Memoir By Michael House
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Memoir 1979 Toyota. My curse. Dad urged me to buy something shiny. Said that is how you date the pretty girls. I called that bull. Girls don't care about what you drive. I defended girls, thinking... More > they're not materialistic. I took up for girls. They don't care about what you drive. I was then loving. Maybe I was so loving because I was raised by granny. Dad said to drive something nice & shiny to date the pretty girls. Why was he that way? All I could afford was a piece of junk. Granny, at my 16th birthday. Said that my promised truck was a dream. It filled me with wrath. So the lying was hard. I remained admiring of girls. Girls don't care what you drive. I was adoring of them. Girls don't care what you drive. My doting personality rooted from Granny's care. Girls don't care what you drive. I was affectionate. Dad said to date pretty girls drive a shiny car. MY TRUCK BROKE DOWN 7 DAYS A WEEK! Insurance, payment, parts, gas for a gas hog! I was so broke!< Less
Memoirs of "The Pope" Flanagan By Richard Humphreys & Frank Flanagan
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Memoir of Frank Flanagan's experiences in the Great War and of a vanished Dublin society, both before and after the war. Frank Flanagan (1886-1970), known as “The Pope” Flanagan, was... More > born on 11th December 1886, the 11th and last child of Alderman Michael Flanagan and Anne Collins, then aged 53 and 44. Flanagan was educated at Clongowes Wood College, after which he joined the Jesuits in 1904 as a clerical student. He left after 3 years. After a stay in the US in 1907-08 during which he met with President Roosevelt, he returned to Ireland, and lived at the family home at Portmahon House, Rialto, working as an insurance broker and market gardener for a while. He joined the Irish Volunteers and helped create a distraction during the Howth gun-running in 1914. Later that year he joined the Royal Artillery and served in the Somme, Greece, Egypt, India and Mesopotamia. He took part in the successful capture of Kut in 1917.< Less
Fighting for My Life: How I Found God and Beat Lyme Disease By Patrick Collins
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Patrick Collins has the life that he has always wanted: a loving family and supportive friends who help him in following his dreams. He has an accomplished baseball career and a unique passion to... More > change the world. That is, until illness strikes. Plagued by fatigue, arthritis, chronic sinus infections, mood swings, and seizures, Patrick is left without a guide in his search for what is wrong with him. Doctor after doctor runs tests and comes up without a diagnosis. The family is told it is “all in Patrick’s head,” and is offered antidepressants. Two years and tens of thousands of dollars later, a diagnosis is given: Lyme disease. Although Patrick’s malady finally has a name, the extensive testing for, and treatment of, this enigmatic disease is not covered by insurance companies, leaving the family financially devastated. This memoir draws readers into the mind of this young sufferer of Lyme disease who had lost all hope of recovery, missing out on years of his childhood.< Less
Fighting for My Life: How I Found God and Beat Lyme Disease By Patrick Collins
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Patrick Collins has the life that he has always wanted: a loving family and supportive friends who help him in following his dreams. He has an accomplished baseball career and a unique passion to... More > change the world. That is, until illness strikes. Plagued by fatigue, arthritis, chronic sinus infections, mood swings, and seizures, Patrick is left without a guide in his search for what is wrong with him. Doctor after doctor runs tests and comes up without a diagnosis. The family is told it is “all in Patrick’s head,” and is offered antidepressants. Two years and tens of thousands of dollars later, a diagnosis is given: Lyme disease. Although Patrick’s malady finally has a name, the extensive testing for, and treatment of, this enigmatic disease is not covered by insurance companies, leaving the family financially devastated. This memoir draws readers into the mind of this young sufferer of Lyme disease who had lost all hope of recovery, missing out on years of his childhood.< Less
Almost Always Fatal (Surviving Cancer With a Sense of Humor) By Charles Walton
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Can a cancer survivor's story be entertaining, even funny? One might expect "informative", "interesting", or "inspiring", and this book is all three, but Charles... More > Walton's writing style and honest, down-to-earth sense of humor, make his account of his battle with a deadly form of cancer a truly fun read. In 2004 Walton was diagnosed with cancer while self-employed with no health insurance. He and wife Kathy lost their business, their home, and even their dog over the ensuing two-year period which he covers in these pages. He says, "It sounds like a country song, doesn't it? Did I mention that I lost my pick-up truck too? The point is though: None of that stuff (except, of course, our dog) matters. Kathy and I live in a one-bedroom apartment and drive a 17-yr.-old car now, but we live better than ever before, taking nothing for granted."< Less
Memoirs of "The Pope" Flanagan By Richard Humphreys & Frank Flanagan
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Memoir of Frank Flanagan's experiences in the Great War and of a vanished Dublin society, both before and after the war. Frank Flanagan (1886-1970), known as “The Pope” Flanagan, was... More > born on 11th December 1886, the 11th and last child of Alderman Michael Flanagan and Anne Collins, then aged 53 and 44. Flanagan was educated at Clongowes Wood College, after which he joined the Jesuits in 1904 as a clerical student. He left after 3 years. After a stay in the US in 1907-08 during which he met with President Roosevelt, he returned to Ireland, and lived at the family home at Portmahon House, Rialto, working as an insurance broker and market gardener for a while. He joined the Irish Volunteers and helped create a distraction during the Howth gun-running in 1914. Later that year he joined the Royal Artillery and served in the Somme, Greece, Egypt, India and Mesopotamia. He took part in the successful capture of Kut in 1917.< Less
American Doctor By Mary Michele McCarville
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John Edward McCarville is from an Irish Catholic farming family in Iowa. He traveled to Arizona for his respiratory health and attended premedical classes at a college now known as Arizona State... More > University (ASU). He graduated in medicine from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 1951. He set up a general practice in 1953 next to an old-fashioned soda fountain pharmacy in Phoenix, Arizona.He warned the nation of the dangers of suffocation from plastic bags, became an avid pilot, was Flight Surgeon for the Arizona Army National Guard and examined a 9/11 terrorist. Major changes in the health care insurance industry propelled him from family practice into aviation medicine full time. Still in practice today, he is one of the few First Class FAA Medical Examiners in the state of Arizona. This biography provides an intricate detailed background of his Irish Catholic heritage and his life experiences with the market force dynamics of the healthcare industry from the depression era until present day.< Less
Dancing with My Cancer Demon: All the Way to a NIH/NCI Immunotherapy Clinical Trial By Clark B. Hanmer, M.D.
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This is not your typical death and dying, search for the meaning of life, cancer story. More like a dance lesson. I'm a family doc who flipped to Stage-4 cancer overnight. Making my way with this... More > terrible problem, I've managed to survive a year, learning a lot in the process. This is my journal, with commentary from friends, written as events unfolded. I offer it for others to find insights and make their dance a little easier. Subjects explored: CANCER: the emotional roller coaster, managing well-wishers, keeping everyone up to date, sorting treatment options and clinical trials. HEALTH CARE: find good doctors, manage your medical record, rebut insurance denials, and find an advocate to assist. DOCTORING: my rural practice stories explore what it takes to become a wise physician, by learning from patients. SURVIVING: Resilience, faith, personal choice, palliative care, and advanced directives. LIVING: Reconnecting and having some fun. Making the best of the time we have left.< Less
Dancing with My Cancer Demon: All the Way to a NIH/NCI Immunotherapy Clinical Trial By Clark B. Hanmer, MD
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This is not your typical death and dying, search for the meaning of life, cancer story. More like a dance lesson. I'm a family doc who flipped to Stage-4 cancer overnight. Making my way with this... More > terrible problem, I've managed to survive a year, learning a lot in the process. This is my journal, with commentary from friends, written as events unfolded. I offer it for others to find insights and make their dance a little easier. Subjects explored: CANCER: the emotional roller coaster, managing well-wishers, keeping everyone up to date, sorting treatment options and clinical trials. HEALTH CARE: find good doctors, manage your medical record, rebut insurance denials, and find an advocate to assist. DOCTORING: my rural practice stories explore what it takes to become a wise physician, by learning from patients. SURVIVING: Resilience, faith, personal choice, palliative care, and advanced directives. LIVING: Reconnecting and having some fun. Making the best of the time we have left.< Less

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