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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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11/03/2019 2:53 am  

Some of you know the cross I carry and some don't.

I live with two disabled women. My sister a year younger than myself and my mother.

My mother is age 75 a heart patient and dementia has taken her short term memory.

she is physically strong for now, but mentally incompetent by modern standards.

My sister on the other-hand is a renal patient who has been on dialysis for 21 years.

She is very understanding and sharp of mind.

We have become closer than ever before through the last couple of years.

she has listened to my testimony and gained a better spiritual understanding  concerning how blessed she is..

The average life-span of a renal patient is much less than 21 years.

Who is responsible for my sisters longevity?

I was born on International mgtow day.  Feb 14,  1963

Same birth date of this great inventor who's  contribution to humanity has extended the life of countless people.

If not for this man's great work my sister would have died many years ago.

She has become  tired of her fight for life recently and needed assurance from myself and the others who love her that it is worth fighting onward.

She is out of Intensive care and will transfer to a rehab facility in Houston closer to her two grown children soon.

(good news)  A full recovery is not realistic and she understands this. We pray for improvement and know that is miracle enough for now.

 

 

Willem Johan "Pim" Kolff (February 14, 1911 – February 11, 2009) was a pioneer of hemodialysis as well as in the field of artificial organs. Willem is a member of the Kolff family, an old Dutch patrician family. He made his major discoveries in the field of dialysis for kidney failure during the Second World War. He emigrated in 1950 to the United States, where he obtained US citizenship in 1955, and received a number of awards and widespread recognition for his work. dialysis as well as in the field of artificial organs. Willem is a member of the Kolff family, an old Dutch patrician family. He made his major discoveries in the field of dialysis for kidney failure during the Second World War. He emigrated in 1950 to the United States, where he obtained US citizenship in 1955, and received a number of awards and widespread recognition for his work.

Born in Leiden, Netherlands, Kolff was the eldest of a family of 5 boys. Kolff studied medicine in his hometown at Leiden University, and continued as a resident in internal medicine at Groningen University. One of his first patients was a 22-year-old man who was slowly dying of renal failure. This prompted Kolff to perform research on artificial renal function replacement. Also during his residency, Kolff organized the first blood bank in Europe (in 1940). Kolff's first prototype dialyzer was developed in 1943, built from orange juice cans, used auto parts, and sausage casings. Over a two year span, Kolff had attempted to treat 15 people with his machine, but all had died. In 1945, Kolff successfully treated his first patient, a 67 year old woman, from renal failure using his hemodialysis machine.

I researched and discovered that  his first successful treatment extended the 67 year old woman's life for 7 years at which time she died of another ailment not specifide.

During World War II, he was in Kampen, where he was active in the resistance against the German occupation. Simultaneously, Kolff developed the first functioning artificial kidney. He treated his first patient in 1943, and in 1945 he was able to save a patient's life with hemodialysis treatment. In 1946 he obtained a PhD degree summa cum laude at University of Groningen on the subject. It marks the start of a treatment that has saved the lives of millions of acute or chronic renal failure patients ever since.

 

I believe this man was a Godsend to millions of people.

The machine has come a long way from his first attempts using  orange juice cans, used auto parts, and sausage casings.

My sister was not a fan of star-trek  but  insisted she was a true  cyborg when connected with a machine tree times a week.

I have awakened and do all in my power to strengthen those around me who are about to die.

Its tough to watch my family suffer a diminishing quality of life while I am of good health, without some feelings of guilt.

 

Revelations 3:2    Wake up! Strengthen what remains and is about to die, for I have found your deeds unfinished in the sight of my God.

Thanks to all you men who read and understand me  and my truths.

Your support adds  value to my situation and  I find strength in your brotherhood.

Love and respect to all

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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11/03/2019 3:15 am  

Yes, Men create miraculous inventions and genuine women (like my sister)  do have appreciation.

exceptions exist for every premise. 

she is treated by the davita company.   This read will explain the problems of long term renal care.

They run out of places to access the bloodstream  because of damaged veins and arteries, so that after several treatments, it became difficult to find a vessel to access the patient’s blood.  My sister is literally feeling the slow death of a million needle sticks.. They are sticking her neck now. arms and legs are too damaged.

https://www.davita.com/treatment-services/dialysis/the-history-of-dialysis

L&R

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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Uly The Cunning
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11/03/2019 3:15 am  

The honorable path is often difficult and comes with few rewards. You are doing what many would be unable to do and it is honorable to take care of your family, granted they let you. Not to be confused as a forced paycheck given to an immoral woman.

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
Groucho Marx: Duck Soup (1933)


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11/03/2019 3:34 am  

Great find Harpo!


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11/03/2019 4:18 am  

A friend of mine is alive today because of daily dialysis.  It took two years before a donor was found.  I wasn't a blood type match so I couldn't help.

They removed a vein from his leg and sewn it into his arm, and connected to the artery.  This allowed them to easily stick the needle in.  It has ballooned in size, darn near a 1/2" in diameter.  Even though he had his surgery, they left the artery alone.  He is in construction, and if he nicks that vein he will bleed out VERY quickly.  

He wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for Willem Kolff.

Do NOT chase tail. Turn yours around and live FREE!


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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11/03/2019 4:20 am  

Evil Genius Wrote:  Great find Harpo!

Thank you Evil. 

I was researching for my own education and curiosity and was surprised that we shared the feb 14  date of birth. 

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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12/03/2019 11:52 am  

As a basic treat, give both of them short brewed (1-2 minutes) tea from Equisetum arvense; less than a teaspoon per mug, the tea shall be light yellow or light green in color. 4 mugs a day. When doing so, see especially for your Mum to drink additional amounts of water.

I could write you an essay about why this is an exceptionally good idea for both and I will readily do so, if you so desire/are interested in it.

This site has been a scam from the start. I am outta here.


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12/03/2019 3:52 pm  

T.I.M. actually has Dr Kolff 's successful treatment listed as an annual event, he was truly a life changing man.

Kudo's to you for the support you provide your family.  

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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14/03/2019 12:45 am  

Matcha Savage I do love you and your concerns,  But my mother would not drink a glass of water unless it was forced on her.

She says water is for keeping your hair down and your boat up.

Matcha You could write of the health benefits you describe and I would read it and suggest it to my mother.  Sister is 3  1/2 hours south recovering among her own children. 

I will do all I can for them both.

TY  Love and respect to you all.

 

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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14/03/2019 11:41 am  
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She says water is for keeping your hair down and your boat up.

 

 

Yep, that is a mother. I have one, too, you know, and she at one point 3 years ago, decided, that somehow she´d need a new pump for the service water.

 

Me: "Err. Why would you need a new one?"

Mum: "Because the old one is... old."

Me: "Ah, but does it work?"

Mum: "Yes, but it is loud."

Me: "Ohh, ... really? Is it?"

Mum: "Yes! I tell you it is!"

Me: "Good. Just so you know: I will surely not lift a single finger for this nonsense."

Hearing that, Mum looked like lemon and grape juice for a moment, but would not say another thing about the pump.

 

In the last three years she now has bought 3 new, top shelf service water pumps only to replace the one that had been working without any fail for 30+ years, prior. She spent around 400-500 Euros for each pump. She would buy ever new ones, because of the strong noises and because the pumps would be working too much and too often (they suddenly would go off even in the night, when there was no usage of service water, at all).

She, additionally, would pay hundreds of Euros for handymen to come to the house and try and, mysteriously, fail every single time installing or adjusting the latest pump, which she herself, mysteriously, did fail to do on her own every single time, as well.

She already has thrown a frivolous amount of money at this and failed every single time and simply does not understand, what she could possibly be doing wrong...

Now, she ended up with a whole bunch of service water pumps, while the one installed, currently, is much louder (than the 1980´s model she originally had complained about) and goes off roaring in the night, uselessly.

Why-oh-why, Matcha, you might ask.

Because she is manic. In that regard it would not help her, if one of the pumps, she now has to freely choose from, would be installed, correctly, and run silently and smoothly. Of course, that would not change her being manic. She would immediately find herself another target, then, to restart the hustle all over.

I do not want her to have a pump that goes off in the night and which (I would say) currently is 3 to 4 times louder than what she had, before she put thousands of Euros down, but what should I do? If I´d install one of the pumps in a way that improved her situation to be better than before she started all this nonsense, you know what she would do? She would find fault in that improvement, as well, and very quickly. She would not be able to control herself and would try to change my setup to become even better, but she would fail horribly, again, just like in the last three years.

I would have to face the fact that she would throw my good work out of the window and mess it all up, until the pump would do, again, what I just had fixed for her.

 

This site has been a scam from the start. I am outta here.


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