I apologize, I’ve overextended myself. You deserve production and right now I’m just not up to producing it.
The two problems are the autism and the apnea. Autism means stress. Apnea means I don’t really have the energy to deal with it. It’s the apnea that needs to be addressed, for without the energy I can’t really deal with the stress associated with my autism.
Just recently Jolly Blackburn—Knights of the Dinner Table—got a cpap for his apnea. Jolly is also an army veteran, and his local VA actually know what they’re doing. Jolly served his country, so he’s being rewarded for that service. You get right down to it, it’s payback time.
But he is still serving his country. More specifically his community. He’s a business man, a family man, and a contributing part of a number of communities. You can see a purpose in giving him support.
In my case nowhere near as much. The autism and the apnea get in my way, with the stress my autism keeps me from handling well, and the continuing fatigue brought about by the apnea, keeping me out of dealing as I should with the stress getting in the way.
And then you have the government, and parties in the government holding to the belief that people like me are just not worth investing in. At present San Diego has thousands of homeless, on which tens of thousands end up getting spent for medical care, food,and sometimes shelter. Then you have littering, the spread of disease, and crime by both the homeless and against the homeless.
And the government does help, but they dawdle. Jolly got his cpap fast. I’m may have to wait a few months. In my case your government sees to incentive to be farsighted, to think ahead. For to some it is better to save pennies than to save dollars.
So that’s my bitch. Check in with Jolly to see what he’s up to—you may find it interesting, and I’ve got a sleep study coming up on January 2nd. It’s to find out what I need in a cpap and get me set up with one.
One more thing, should you have a friend who is always quiet and drowsy get him in to see his doctor about sleep apnea. No one deserves that and it needs to be taken care of. In such cases a cpap could literally save your life,