Wednesday, January 7, 2015

The Reality of My Situation




Write a book...Make a movie...Sue those responsible for that letter.... Nice thoughts but none of that can legally happen. I'm not conscious and therefore not a legal entity under the law. I covered this, http://thoughtfulveg.blogspot.com/2013/02/im-still-vegetablethat-handles-money.html Since money is allowed, I might be able to do the book if I set up a non-profit and have that do a book. That's not easy.

Why not just make me conscious?

All of this you read I assume is imaginary. All I can do is refer you to an outside party, http://thoughtfulveg.blogspot.com/2012/02/angela.html

This is where the current administration stands on the issue, 
 
 
Although I am not Right-To-Life, I have the brain injury and the feeding tube. Like her I am PVS. That state was deemed not recoverable. Since I am PVS I cannot be conscious. "This is an example of inaction." I, too, am inaction.

I have found a way to at least get my ideas out. You are reading it.

*note:
I am not conserved nor do I have a power of attorney. I am not under a doctor's care. I should have returned to the hospital I was at, but the unit closed. I am able to access a local provider if I am sick. If it's real bad I can call 911.

The internet has been the only way to get my ideas out. The government programs I have been in do not allow me to do this.
 
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My answer to all this:
 
 
 
updated 3/24/2015

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for giving us an inside look on brain damage. Not a lot of people will be able to construe what it's like to be in that kind of vegetative state. At least you have given us a real good sense of what it is like, with the capacities and limitations one can still have and muster in that state, and what needs to be righted and addressed, somewhere down the line. Take care!

    Sabrina Craig @ Medical Attorney NY

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    1. I still say Savant Syndrome. It will give u a "talking vegetable" if someone low enough has it.

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  2. As soon as I'm done with this relatively tidy divorce, I'm going to dive into your case with all of the zeal I ever displayed as a journalist.

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