Posted by dd on 6/25/04
On 5/13/04, DD wrote:
> Can posts before summer last be retrieved?
> On 5/11/04, DD wrote:
>> It's alive, alive. Great to see it back. Was mourning an
>> old friend.
>> Anybody heard of Dr. Hershel Toomim in Cal.?
>> What is hypoperfusion of brain? Does oxygenation really
>> help with cognitive dysfunction?
After explaining health problems, specifically rapid onset
memory impairment, occurring during exposure to specific molds
and pesticides and subsequent improvement upon removal from
exposure to self-proclaimed memory researcher, I was told that
drug interactions caused these problems.
I cannot tell if this person was implying that prescribed
medications from misdiagnosis caused my problems or if they
were implying that I had a 'drug' problem. Were they being
condescending or trying to show superior knowledge?
Another person, retired chemical plant operator, said they
developed 'chemical sensitivities' during employment when they
heard of my story. The obvious difference between our
situations is that they were receiving compensation for working
at a job that included known exposure, or potential exposure,
to toxic chemicals. My son and I were paying rent, under
contract(lease) with a landlord, who deliberately and
willfully, exposed us to toxic substances, without our
knowledge or consent, while engaging in criminal acts-repeated
unauthorized entries into our home.
Any further attempts to demean or defame my character in an
effort to excuse their criminal behavior and a civil system
that tolerates this, is salt to the wound and symptomatic of an
underlying decay of our system. IF this difference must be
explained further, the person is either an imbecile or a
I urge all renters to carefully read their leases before
signing and to invest in surveillance cameras to ensure that
unscrupulous landlords are not freely entering your place
without your knowledge.
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