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Offline epiphany

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Re: Eye Doctor
« Reply #90 on: February 08, 2022, 01:22:11 PM »
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  • Obviously, with this perspective, it is worth avoiding the phrase 
    that is what I thought when it was explained to me years ago...

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #91 on: February 08, 2022, 02:09:35 PM »
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  • Just a note for consideration.  What is a private doctor?  The overwhelming number of doctors in the US are not in business for themselves.  

    Didn't you just answer your own question?  While almost every doctor has to start out as part of a larger conglomerate, a fair number spin off their own private practices.  So, for instance, the famous Dr. Tenpenny has her clinic not far from where I live.  Unfortunately, it's unaffordable to most of us becaue they don't accept (and can't accept) normal medical insurance.


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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #92 on: February 08, 2022, 02:34:38 PM »
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  • "Accepting insurance" binds doctors to an enormous amount of control that is usually inimical to good medical care.

    "First dollar coverage" and trivial co-payments are a major cause of escalating medical costs. Because it costs patients and parents little or nothing to see the doctor, they go at the drop of a hat for the most trivial (and psychosomatic) reasons.

    Paying out of pocket makes people pause long enough to think whether the visit is really necessary.

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #93 on: February 08, 2022, 02:44:49 PM »
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  • 20 key insights into the world of independent physicians; 33% of US physicians are independent
    Megan Wood - Wednesday, October 19th, 2016
    https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-physician-relationships/20-key-insights-into-the-world-of-independent-physicians-33-of-us-physicians-are-independent.html

    …and the trend continues.
    In 2016!  That was six years ago.  Doctors were given time to switch over, a lot of which depended upon taking certain steps by deadlines that differed from specialty to specialty and place to place.  I was on doctors numbers two and three of five in 2016. From 2018-2019, I’d lost all five and went about a year and a half with a doctor assigned to me by my employer sponsored insurance.  I don’t bother counting this doctor number six because I never so much as spoke with her on the phone or set eyes upon her.  The insurance’s list of PCPs hadn’t been updated in at least five years.  I know that because in calling every doctor I could reasonably travel to, an hour or less, there was one who’d passed away five years ago!  Others weren’t taking patients, no longer took the insurance, had moved, or had retired.  The assigned doc may have been wonderful, but her location in Bridgeport, CT was not acceptable!  The insurance measured distance “as the crow flies,” or, in this case, a hanger the crow to seagull!  They also didn’t take into account the type of area in which the client lived. There’s a huge difference in drive time between, say, 45 miles on open highway in Texas and 45 miles in NYC area. I could take the car ferry, $70 each way by reservation, over an hour each way, then drive 12 miles to the office, or drive around Long Island Sound through NYC, paying for bridges and tolls, taking anywhere from three and a half to six hours depending upon time of day, or walk on the ferry, taking a taxi both ways!?!  In 2019 I had a doctor for six months and it all went south, job, housing, insurance, everything, the end of March 2020.   Now, if I need emergency care, I’ll fall under Medicaid in the state where I’m at, at least for the time being.  It’s no big deal because there’s only one hospital in a large geographic area that is very poor except for the summer residents from Boston.  They can’t turn anyone away for lack of insurance or inability to pay.  In fact, people here illegally needn’t give their real names or addresses, if they have one.  

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #94 on: February 08, 2022, 05:14:47 PM »
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  • …They can’t turn anyone away for lack of insurance or inability to pay.  In fact, people here illegally needn’t give their real names or addresses, if they have one. 

    I am sure you will get peachy keen care at that facility. :facepalm:


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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #95 on: February 08, 2022, 06:52:12 PM »
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  • Here's something I had never heard before. To "participate" in Medicare and MedicAid some must buy a surety bond:

    Your Guide to Medicaid Provider Bonds
    https://www.suretybonds.com/medicaid-bonds.html

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #96 on: February 09, 2022, 12:23:57 AM »
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  • …that docuмent the isolation of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus:

    https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C3&q=SARS-CoV-2+isolation+of+covid+virus&btnG=

    …but the issue here is whether or not PRIVATE eye doctors should be FORCED to do what YOU want AGAINST their will.

    You want to cite peer-reviewed studies about masks, but blind yourself to peer-reviewed studies contradicting your crackpot theories? Start a "blind in one eye, can't see out of the other" thread.

    The problem is that they are not actually purifying the virus.  Just as they have changed the definition of "vaccine" they have changed the definition of "purification":

    https://truthcomestolight.com/is-purification-of-a-virus-necessary-yes/



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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #97 on: February 09, 2022, 12:36:00 AM »
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  • Correct, a ventilator alone doesn't cinch the diagnosis in my or other cases. The diagnosis of my COVID-19, like many diagnoses, follows a pattern, a diagnosis cinched by:

    • acute and convalescent antibody titers
    cytokine profile
    symptom profile, physical, imaging findings,
    acute and convalescent clinical course

    that in aggregate are quite unlike any "sniffles" or "flu" that I have ever had.

    Just as red bumps on your skin are not always "acne," the diagnosis of a rash depends on the pattern, exposure, and time course. Sometimes the red bumps are measles, poison oak, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, or Ebola.

    Sure, people get fever, cough, and "ground glass" opacities on Chest CT from "flu." Some people even get quadriplegia from post-"flu" Guillain-Barre Syndrome… BUT my quadriplegia was not the "ascending" (toes first then extending upwards) pattern of Guillain-Barre. Who have you ever met who 1-2 years after "flu" continues to have chest pain, severe exertional intolerance, and profound fatigue? Do you personally know of anyone who lost their hearing, taste, and smell, have permanent whole body neuropathy, or lost 70% of lung capillaries from "flu"?

    Admittedly there were numerous reports of bogus diagnoses of COVID, e.g., gun-shot wounds with COVID death certificates, "cases" pf papayas with PCR + results.  Admittedly, every faction is vested in which data to believe and disbelieve, BUT COVID exists. Most get well without permanent damage (long term, who knows? Maybe there will be delayed consequences, as Parkinsonism following "Spanish flu."), but millions died and millions more are seriously messed up unlike any "flu."

    I have no onus to prove the cause of my illness to you or anyone, but I think you do a disservice with your sweeping generalizations and a greater disservice with your discredited claims ("never isolated"), but you can believe any damn thing you choose.

    Lastly, there is the matter of my wager… Talk is cheap.…

    I wager that any random FLCCCA member, bar none, has helped more people than you have.


    I agree the FLCCA has helped more people.  No argument there.

    That doesn't mean there aren't red flags that people should be aware of including promoting reliance on the early detection, masking and "social distancing", early quarantine and track and trace measures that are part of the emerging surveillance state.

    The stats show that the majority of flu cases have been rebranded since nobody gets the flu anymore.

    I can't know for sure, Mark, but the symptoms you describe are not flu symptoms and there may be some other variables to consider such as graphene poisoning.  The ground glass lung is one of many symptoms from graphene poisoning which include:

    "In addition, several typical mechanisms underlying GFN toxicity have been revealed, for instance, physical destruction, oxidative stress, DNA damage, inflammatory response, apoptosis, autophagy, and necrosis. In these mechanisms, (toll-like receptors-) TLR-, transforming growth factor β- (TGF-β-) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) dependent-pathways are involved in the signalling pathway network, and oxidative stress plays a crucial role in these pathways."

    https://particleandfibretoxicology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12989-016-0168-y

    In 2016 they were testing to see just how much graphene poisoning the human body can take before severe damage and death occurs.

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    There is good info in the comment section below the video as well.


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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #98 on: February 09, 2022, 01:50:57 AM »
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  • Here's something I had never heard before. To "participate" in Medicare and MedicAid some must buy a surety bond:

    Your Guide to Medicaid Provider Bonds
    https://www.suretybonds.com/medicaid-bonds.html
    Not my state!

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #99 on: February 09, 2022, 04:46:22 AM »
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  • It's an indirect answer.  Instead of financially strapping your family and putting them through the hardshp of an 11-hour drive, contacting lawers, just put on the damn mask.  There's nothing immoral about a mask PER SE, and one commits no sin by complying in order to get medical care.  Sure, it would be a noble thing to endure hardship for a real moral issue, but this is excessive.

    Depending of what you need done, there's always Google:  "online eye doctor exam".  There's more and more telemedicine available these days.
    My wife and children are vehemently against them.  They would think I was putting them through trouble if I made them wear them.
    "I receive Thee, redeeming Prince of my soul. Out of love for Thee have I studied, watched through many nights, and exerted myself: Thee did I preach and teach. I have never said aught against Thee. Nor do I persist stubbornly in my views. If I have ever expressed myself erroneously on this Sacrament, I submit to the judgement of the Holy Roman Church, in obedience of which I now part from this world." Saint Thomas Aquinas the greatest Doctor of the Church

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #100 on: February 09, 2022, 05:18:27 AM »
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  • Just a reply to those who ask about just walking in despite the signs.

    You would be amazed, when I first moved here 15 years ago, in Front Royal, VA, I thought it would be less bureaucratic than where I came from near DC.  It has proven to be much more so, from the start.  I thought it would be a small friendly town.  I have come to find it has been very corrupt, in many different ways from the beginning.  We enter everywhere without a mask regardless of the signs.  We were successful in one restaurant (forget the name, buffet place) where the manager came and was trying to force us until we claimed we were medically exempt.  After defending ourselves we were successful at Wendy's as well.  We were successful at a foot doctor.  We where successful at some chiropractor's, with one it was difficult but we go in through the back door.  We were not successful with Costco, or Ruth's Chris, or Outback.  

    At first at Urgent Care after hassles we could do it and the person would wear a mask and shield and maybe an astronaut uniform.  Since they have threatened to call the cops on us and refused what could have been urgently needed care for my little daughter.  Lynn Care is as tyrannical as they get.  Forcing all kinds of nonsense for children to see their parents.  Repeatedly trying to force vaccines, tests and masks on old defenseless people who have repeatedly said they do not want it.  Purposely trying to get them sick by "isolating" them and then putting new patients that have not been "tested" in with them so they will catch it.  Injuring the nasal of old patients who are trying to refuse the test.  Forcing old people with heart problems to wear it when exercising.  It is a brutally cold and hateful world.  They are motivated by the money they get for the tests, and inoculations.  Part of the goal is depopulation and many of them know it and go along with it.  I'm starting to see even more clearly how the love of money is the root of all evil.  So many people in positions of authority, seemingly keep doing stupid things.  They are not as stupid as they seem.  They are evil.  They are bought.   They very well rewarded for enforcing evil, others are threatened if they do not force these things on us.  They would rather kill than be inconvenienced. This has been the case all along, but before it was fringe, now it is mainstream.    

    Insane!  No, I will not submit.  If there is no resistance, there will no freedom left at all.  Though I must admit, that I have been tempted to go along.  Much easier.  I was even thinking of chopping off my feet so other people won't get foot cancer.  
    "I receive Thee, redeeming Prince of my soul. Out of love for Thee have I studied, watched through many nights, and exerted myself: Thee did I preach and teach. I have never said aught against Thee. Nor do I persist stubbornly in my views. If I have ever expressed myself erroneously on this Sacrament, I submit to the judgement of the Holy Roman Church, in obedience of which I now part from this world." Saint Thomas Aquinas the greatest Doctor of the Church


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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #101 on: February 09, 2022, 05:48:48 AM »
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  • Insane!  No, I will not submit.

    You have to ask yourself how much of this is just your ego talking.  Wearing a mask is not a moral issue, and given a real pandemic and a mask that were actually effective, there's nothing instrinsically wrong with the government imposing such a requirement.

    As for your "resistance," and fighting for "freedom", if you think not wearing a mask to an eye doctor is going to wrest control from the evil Jєωιѕн Masonic Communist controllers of our state, then you're delusional.  They're in total control and can (and will) do what they want until God takes them down.  They could just as easily release a real deadly pathogen, crash the economy, and push the Great Reset button whenever they feel like it.

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #102 on: February 09, 2022, 06:02:01 AM »
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  • You have to ask yourself how much of this is just your ego talking.  Wearing a mask is not a moral issue, and given a real pandemic and a mask that were actually effective, there's nothing instrinsically wrong with the government imposing such a requirement.

    As for your "resistance," and fighting for "freedom", if you think not wearing a mask to an eye doctor is going to wrest control from the evil Jєωιѕн Masonic Communist controllers of our state, then you're delusional.  They're in total control and can (and will) do what they want until God takes them down.  They could just as easily release a real deadly pathogen, crash the economy, and push the Great Reset button whenever they feel like it.
    You can ask, but I don't need to. 

    I resist, sometimes it does make a difference. If enough people wake up and act accordingly in time. The truckers are making a difference. Peggy Hall is making a difference. Doctor Vernon Colemen is making a difference. JP Sears (Awaken) is making a difference. We have to do our part. If we didn't have the right to bear arms we would already be like Australia and Canada. Those who can resist and refuse support to those that impose tyranny on us must.

    "I receive Thee, redeeming Prince of my soul. Out of love for Thee have I studied, watched through many nights, and exerted myself: Thee did I preach and teach. I have never said aught against Thee. Nor do I persist stubbornly in my views. If I have ever expressed myself erroneously on this Sacrament, I submit to the judgement of the Holy Roman Church, in obedience of which I now part from this world." Saint Thomas Aquinas the greatest Doctor of the Church

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #103 on: February 09, 2022, 08:09:09 AM »
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  • You can ask, but I don't need to. 

    I resist, sometimes it does make a difference. If enough people wake up and act accordingly in time. The truckers are making a difference. Peggy Hall is making a difference. Doctor Vernon Colemen is making a difference. JP Sears (Awaken) is making a difference. We have to do our part. If we didn't have the right to bear arms we would already be like Australia and Canada. Those who can resist and refuse support to those that impose tyranny on us must.

    TRUE.

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    Re: Eye Doctor
    « Reply #104 on: February 09, 2022, 11:37:22 AM »
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  • The problem is that they are not actually purifying the virus.  Just as they have changed the definition of "vaccine" they have changed the definition of "purification":

    https://truthcomestolight.com/is-purification-of-a-virus-necessary-yes/

    You have it backwards. YOU are changing the definition of "isolation" and "purification" to suit your denial.… but, as I have said, you can believe any damn thing you want.