Re: Most Jobs Are Difficult For MCS'ers
Posted by Ambrosia on 3/26/03
Thank you Pat, RRF & Mary for intelligence and understanding.
I'll just overlook that response from the wired-up merchant.
Employers like that don't deserve employees who they see as
robots rather than human beings who can actually be harmed by
toxins...some sooner than others, but EVERYONE gets MCS
eventually. Careless people help contribute to our sickness! We
need to avoid the idiots! By the way a few other MCS'ers I know
have gotten jobs working from the privacy and comfort of their
own homes, and I just got one myself. Yipeeee! All the money in
the world couldn't make me punish myself working for a wired up
On 3/05/03, Pat wrote:
>>>>Would you like some cheese with that whine?<<<
> Such an interesting comment.
> Picture yourself as follows: Your lungs are closing, you need
> more oxygen but with each breath comes a burning sensation in
> your lungs, throat, and on your lips; you get a fever and
> migraine and maybe even vomit; your balance is so impaired you
> can't stand up straight without help; your memory is so off you
> don't remember your pets name, or what you had just learned at
> school or work, possibly not even your sibling's names; fatigue
> that's so intense you can't get out of bed or move around
> properly sets in; the joints in your spine become miss-aligned
> and nerves irritated; muscles become weaker and become sore;
> brain fog kicks up and you cannot process any information;
> tremendous feeling of depressions and anxiety start [due to
> chemical irritation to the limbic system of the brain]; you
> cannot eat the same foods you once so loved; you can't visit
> dear friends, socialize at the movies, mall, or anywhere outside
> of your house (unless in some open, clean environment like in
> Alaska or something); yet people do not believe any you what you
> are going through is actually physically-caused, despite the
> fact that you've seen many psychologists and have taken
> psychiatric medication, but with no benefit, but in fact were
> harmed by many of such medications.
> Then, you try to find a job somewhere in which chemicals won't
> cause the above anymore. Of course, you have no luck and are
> forced to work at a job that makes you sick[er] until you have
> to quit.
> This goes on for years and so you?ve finally had enough, and
> start venting. Woah hey!-.... ?stop whining?!
>>>> YES, IT IS ABOUT THE MONEY!!! That's the reason
> business exists. It's not there to make you happy, healthy or
> anything else. You exchange your labor or knowledge for pay.
> That's it. No social utopian world. Face it friend, it's a
> hyper competative world, you either keep up or fade away. If
> you don't like it where you are at LEAVE and find something
> Yes, it is a competitive world. I agree that business is almost
> always about the money. That is clear from reading papers by
>>>> You exchange your labor or knowledge for pay.<<<
> The point that was brought up by the person you?re responding to
> in that comment, was that MCS sufferers are often incapable of
> exchanging labor or knowledge for pay, since most places in
> which this would occur are full of chemicals that cause extreme
>>>> With that attitude, you wouldn't work for me if you paid ME!
> Of course not, since you clearly have made no effort to
> understand the demise of MCS sufferers.
>>>> Get a grip on yourself and get at it. <<<
> Any suggestions on to how an MCS sufferer would ?get a grip??
> Seriously, I?d like to know.
>>>> Are you French by any chance?<<<
> And with that comment your true character shows. I am mostly
> French (father?s side is French, mother?s side is English and
> You may want to think before you speak. It?ll stop you from
> embarrassing yourself in the future.
> I hope your understanding grows,
> ~ Pat
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