While at the National City CA Walmart I had an incident. I was getting ready for a night on the street when my weakness and unsteadiness said I had to sit down on the floor. They called the paramedics and they took me to Paradise Valley Hospital.
They did a comprehensive exam and I learned I’m going through kidney failure and that I have atrial fibrillation. And that means I’m now an inpatient.
For that we can thank the Alpha Project of San Diego, though I doubt they are going to appreciate my “effusive praise” 🙂
I’ve just recently learned that I have a vitamin D deficiency. That means I need vitamin D fortified milk. Right now I don’t have the money for that, and living as I do at a homeless shelter at the moment means I have no place to keep it. You can help.
For every $5 you sent I can get a quart of milk. This includes PayPal’s fees. Someday I will have an apartment, so this plea will be a temporary one. But until then let me get some milk.
In the article New 4-D Printer it is revealed that new things are coming that will change our lives. The author talks about heat being used to cause change. I’m wondering, why not sound? Need rafters for your building? Then tell the ingots you’ve lying around to form rafters? Construction sites could change fundamentally.
BTW, I’m posting this because I need to put up something hopeful after all the gloom.
I have heard some people claim that autism is a wonderful gift, coming as it does with all sorts of neat shit. I say fuck that and the sugarplum fairy it rode in on.
The stress you get from being autistic does not make the bennies worth a damn thing. I have work to do, dammit, and I need a safe place to do it in. Not just the work itself, but the time off for resting and thinking. A homeless shelter aint the place. When you’re autistic security is important, as is understanding.