Why Do Doctors Have Differing Opinions


After a grueling fucking twenty minute conversation with my VA healthcare professional, a person whom I can barely understand much less say her name or even try to spell it, I made the choice to speak with her civilian counterpart in the sector of private medicine. I was solely looking for confirmation of the information I was given in regards to my diabetes and how the peripheral neuropathy in my feet is getting worse over time instead of better. I currently take Pregabalin (which is used to relieve neuropathic pain from damaged nerves that can occur in your arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet, or toes if you have diabetes. Pregabalin is in a class of medications called anticonvulsants. It works by decreasing the number of pain signals that are sent out by damaged nerves in the body.) after being prescribed two others which made me sick to my stomach and didn’t work for me personally. As of lately, the Pregabalin seems to have just stopped working with a considerable increase in the pain in my feet. I called for consultation to see if I had other options. But, as she read straight out of the “VA doctor to patient book of protocol bullshit”, she explained that this treatment prescribed by her IS working for me and any idea it isn’t working is just my imagination.

She don’t even know about my imagination first of all and I have spent less than fifteen minutes total in the three times I have been in her presence so how in the hell can she claim such bullshit. Yes, I understand they are busy doctoring and shit but the dirt under my fingernails has more bedside manner than she could ever hope to have. So, I phoned my civilian doctor, who tells me that no treatment is 100% foolproof and our bodies get nonreactive to most medication we take on a regular basis. No shit! How do I fix it? I hate the awkward silence that happens after an unexpected question or answer because I wonder if I crossed that all to visible line we’re never supposed to cross. Anyway. What my point? The conversation that I had with each doctor got me thinking about the below article I read not to long ago and I just wanted to explain WHY I was sharing it out of the blue like I am. It also made me think of the above sketch, because I do see doctors as “angels” and the serpents they battle within when confronted with doing the right thing or doing only how they are taught. No, I don’t think all doctors are quacks selling snake-oil remedies, but many get tied up in being a doctor before being a human being. I would love to hear your opinions if y’all don’t mind taking a minute.

Why Health Professionals Become Quacks

William T. Jarvis, Ph.D.

It is especially disappointing when an individual trained in the health sciences turns to promoting quackery. Friends and colleagues often wonder how this can happen. Some reasons appear to be:


Daily practice can become humdrum. Pseudoscientific ideas can be exciting. The late Carl Sagan believed that the qualities that make pseudoscience appealing are the same that make scientific enterprises so fascinating. He said, “I make a distinction between those who perpetuate and promote borderline belief systems and those who accept them. The latter are often taken by the novelty of the systems, and the feeling of insight and grandeur they provide” [1] Sagan lamented the fact that so many are willing to settle for pseudoscience when true science offers so much to those willing to work at it.

Low professional esteem

Nonphysicians who don’t believe their professions is sufficiently appreciated sometimes compensate by making extravagant claims. Dental renegades have said “All diseases can be seen in a patient’s mouth.” Fringe podiatrists may claim to be able to judge health entirely by examining the feet. Iridologists point to the eye, chiropractors the spine, auriculotherapists the ear, Registered Nurses an alleged “human energy field,” and so on. Even physicians are not immune from raising their personal status by pretension. By claiming to cure cancer or to reverse heart disease without bypass surgery, general physicians can elevate themselves above the highly trained specialists in oncology or cardiology. By claiming to heal diseases that doctors cannot, faith healers advance above physicians on the social status chart (physicians are normally at the top of the chart while preachers have been slipping in modern times). Psychologists, physicians, actors, or others who become health gurus often become darlings of the popular press.

Paranormal tendencies

Many health systems are actually hygienic religions with deeply-held, emotionally significant beliefs about the nature of reality, salvation, and proper lifestyles. Vegetarianism, chiropractic, naturopathy, homeopathy, energy medicine, therapeutic touch, crystal healing, and many more are rooted in vitalism, which has been defined as “a doctrine that the functions of a living organism are due to a vital principle [“life force”] distinct from physicochemical forces” and “the theory that biological activities are directed by a supernatural force.” [2,3] Vitalists are not just nonscientific, they are antiscientific because they abhor the reductionism, materialism, and mechanistic causal processes of science. They prefer subjective experience to objective testing, and place intuitiveness above reason and logic. Vitalism is linked to the concept of an immortal human soul, which also links it to religious ideologies [4].

Paranoid mental state

Some people are prone to seeing conspiracies everywhere. Such people may readily believe that fluoridation is a conspiracy to poison America, that AIDS was invented and spread to destroy Africans or homosexuals, and that organized medicine is withholding the cure for cancer. Whereas individuals who complain about conspiracies directed toward themselves are likely to be regarded as mentally ill, those who perceive them as directed against a nation, culture, or way of life may seem more rational. Perceiving their political passions are unselfish and patriotic intensifies their feelings of righteousness and moral indignation [5]. Many such people belong to the world of American fascism, Holocaust deniers, tax rebels, the radical militia movement, and other anti-government extremists who would eliminate the FDA and other regulatory agencies that help protect consumers from health fraud. Liberty Lobby’s newspaper The Spotlight champions such causes and also promotes quack cancer cures and attacks fluoridation.

Reality shock

Everyone is vulnerable to death anxiety. Health personnel who regularly deal with terminally ill patients must make psychological adjustments. Some are simply not up to it. Investigation of quack cancer clinics have found physicians, nurses, and others who became disillusioned with standard care because of the harsh realities of the side effects or acknowledged limitations of proven therapies.

Beliefs encroachment

Science is limited to dealing with observable, measurable, and repeatable phenomena. Beliefs that transcend science fall into the realms of philosophy and religion. Some people allow such beliefs to encroach upon their practices. While one may exercise religious or philosophical values of compassion, generosity, mercy and integrity (which is the foundation of the scientific method’s search for objective truth), it is not appropriate for a health professional to permit metaphysical (supernatural) notions to displace or distort scientific diagnostic, prescriptive or therapeutic procedures. Individuals who wish to work in the area of religious belief should pursue a different career.

The profit motive

Quackery can be extremely lucrative. Claiming to have a “better mousetrap” can cause the world to beat a path to one’s door. Greed can motivate entrepreneurial practitioners to set ethical principles aside.

The prophet motive

Just as Old Testament prophets called for conversion and repentance, doctors have to “convert” patients away from smoking, obesity, stress, alcohol and other indulgences [6]. As prognosticators, doctors foretell what is going to happen if patients don’t change their way of life. The prophet role provides power over people. Some doctors consciously avoid it. They encourage patients to be self-reliant rather than dependent, but in doing so they may fail to meet important emotional needs. Quacks, on the other hand, revel in, encourage, and exploit this power. Egomania is commonly found among quacks. They enjoy the adulation and discipleship their pretense of superiority evokes.

Psychopathic tendencies

Studies of the psychopathic personality provide insight into the psychodynamics of quackery. Dr. Robert Hare who investigated for more than twenty years, states, “You find psychopaths in all professions. . . the shyster lawyer, the physician always on the verge of losing his license, the businessman with a string of deals where his partners always lost out.” [7] Hare describes psychopaths as lacking a capacity to feel compassion or pangs of conscience, and as exhibiting glibness, superficial charm, grandiosity, pathological lying, conning/manipulative behavior, lack of guilt, proneness to boredom, lack of empathy, and other traits often seen in quacks. According to Hare, such people suffer from a cognitive defect that prevents them from experiencing sympathy or remorse.

The conversion phenomenon

The “brainwashing” that North Koreans used on American prisoners of war involved stress to the point that it produced protective inhibition and dysfunction. In some cases, positive conditioning causes the victim to love what he had previously hated, and vice-versa; and in other cases, the brain stops computing critically the impressions received. Many individuals who become quacks undergo a midlife crisis, painful divorce, life-threatening disease, or another severely stressful experience. The conversion theory is supported by a study of why physicians had taken up “holistic” practices. By far the greatest reason given (51.7%) was “spiritual or religious experiences.” [8]

Many people ”including far too many health professionals, law enforcement officials, and judges’ exhibit a cavalier attitude toward quackery. Although most reject the idea that quackery is “worth a try” for a sick person [9], it is important to reinforce and mobilize those who understand quackery’s harmful potential.


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About the Author

William Jarvis, Ph.D, is a retired professor of public health and preventive medicine at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine. Jarvis is founder and president of the National Council Against Health Care Fraud and is co-author of a textbook, Consumer Health: A Guide to Intelligent Decisions, 7th Edition.

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Neither A Fan Or Foe Of Cannabis


To tell y’all the truth I don’t care either way. Cannabis (marijuana) just doesn’t happen to be in or around my life personally. As a personal note, just because I don’t agree with social drug use doesn’t mean I am an advocate against it. But, the business of drugs in the United States is huge and there is no shortage of people ready to part with their money. OK, where am I going with all of this? I’m looking for opinions, not anger, not justifications, nor the legalities, just opinions from everyday people. If your life involves the recreational use of drugs so be it, if your life doesn’t involve the use of drugs so be it, I personally don’t care, it doesn’t change my opinion of anyone. Are we clear?

Now we, in the United States, are at the dawn of something new, the age where states are legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Many feel this is a great triumph and many see it as the further downwards spiral of the USA. Either way, its here today, it is happening today, and we are seeing a shift in the politics of pot. Its just where we are as s country. As a parent, I have my own concerns. Living in Texas, however, if you want to buy weed you must do it the old fashioned way, illegally. I was reading some news late last night about a company who is or has unveiled a vending machine to dispense marijuana in states where it has been legalized but so far has been restricted to the dispensing of medical marijuana. The printed facts out on the internet rage in every direction possible so it is hard to say what is what while being fair to everyone.


Would a vending machine for weed be a welcome site in your neighborhood if it was legal to place it there? What concerns, if any, would you have about a vending machine to dispense weed in public places alongside soft drink machines, candy machines, and so forth? Do you think the weed dispensing vending machine will start out as s fad, a novelty, and then fade away? Not that my personal opinions matter, but I see it as a new tool for the criminal element to use. Wait, y’all thought just because weed is being legalized in a fee states that this was going to eliminate any and all criminal elements from the equation? It would be nice but I think we would be wrong in that assumption because drugs (legal and illegal) are big business and I don’t see anyone making money willing to back down and forego their profits for the collective ides of progress.

As more states have legalized medical marijuana and the first inroads are made into full weed legalization in the United States, a new crop of businessmen have positioned themselves to surf the rising market tide for marijuana and marijuana-related products, an economy that could grow to be as large as that of tobacco or alcohol. Is this going to be the next big American industry? I remind everyone, since 1970, marijuana has been classified as a Schedule 1 controlled substance by the federal government’s Drug Enforcement Administration. This lumps cannabis in with LSD, heroin, and MDMA as a drug that has a high potential for abuse in the United States.


Nationwide, the classification is widely viewed as unreasonable and outdated. Medical marijuana is now legal in 18 states (as well as the District of Columbia), a growing minority that, along with the passage of the recreational weed laws in Colorado and Washington, could signal the coming end of marijuana prohibition in the United States. The day may soon arrive when any citizen in any state, as long as they’re over 21, can purchase weed from an accredited place and smoke til their hearts content.

Overall, in my little opinion on this matter, I don’t care for the idea of the vending machine. I have my reasons, some are even listed here. I just wanted to share this with y’all to see what y’all might be thinking. I do not wish to debate it as a right or wrong type discussion, I was just looking for the different opinions and why we have them.


Predictions, Conclusions, And Reality


So, it has been about three months now since I have initially mentioned anything about getting laid off. If you are new or need a quick review, just visit Life’s Little Curveballs for that post. I had spoke with my old boss, who also happens to be a dear family friend, this past Saturday at my daughter’s graduation, about how things were going at work. He explained that for 3 months now there has been zero activities happening so everyone op there has just looking busy. Yesterday he and his boss were permenately relieved of their management positions and laid off. The company has left one employee to pack up the warehouse, clean the warehouse, and help get the building ready to sell. Unfortunately his days are numbered and have been scaled back to only 4 hours a day in preparations for the company’s complete closure on a fate yet to be announced. Needless to say he is shitting bricks this very moment. At least they all witnessed the warning shot they dodged 3 months ago, I know 2 of the 3 already had new jobs in the hunt. The company now has 8 essential personnel to shut her down.

We had all sat down last time after my own layoff and made the prediction that this day would be coming within 6 months, but it seems the company wishes to accelerate the end closure. I will need to sit down one day and write something obout the journey this company has had because it actually is quite a story. I asked my friends to remember that every end is the start of a new beginning. I will follow up on this life changing event in the near future.

What is Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD)?


What is Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD)?

  • What “Internet addiction disorder” (IAD) is still difficult to define at this time.  Much of the original research was based upon the weakest type of research methodology,  namely exploratory surveys with no clear hypothesis or rationale backing them. Coming  from an a theoretical approach has some benefits, but also is not typically recognized  as being a strong way to approach a new disorder. More recent research has expanded  upon the original surveys and anecdotal case study reports. However, as I will illustrate  below later, even these studies don’t support the conclusions the authors claim.
  • The original research into this disorder began with   exploratory surveys, which cannot establish causal relationships between specific behaviors and their cause. While surveys can help establish descriptions of how people feel about themselves and their behaviors, they cannot draw conclusions about whether a specific technology, such as the Internet, has actually caused those behaviors. Those conclusions that are drawn are purely speculative and subjective  made by the researchers themselves. Researchers have a name for this logical fallacy,  ignoring a common cause. It’s one of the oldest fallacies in science, and one still regularly perpetrated in  psychological research today.
  • Do some people have problems with spending too much time online? Sure they do. Some people also spend too much time reading, watching television, and working, and ignore family, friendships, and social activities. But do we have TV addiction disorder, book addiction, and work addiction being suggested as legitimate mental disorders in the same category as schizophrenia and depression? I think not. It’s the tendency of some mental health professionals and researchers to want to label everything they see as potentially harmful with a new diagnostic category. Unfortunately, this causes more harm than it helps people. (The road to “discovering” IAD is filled with many logical fallacies, not the least of which is the confusion between cause and effect.)
  • What most people online who think they are addicted are probably suffering from is the desire to not want to deal with other problems in their lives. Those problems may be a mental disorder (depression, anxiety, etc.), a serious health problem or disability, or a relationship problem. It is no different than turning on the TV so you won’t have to talk to your spouse, or going “out with the boys” for a few drinks so you don’t have to spend time at home. Nothing is different except the modality.
  • What some very few people who spend time online  without any other problems present may suffer from is compulsive over-use. Compulsive behaviors, however, are already covered by existing diagnostic categories and treatment would be similar. It’s not the technology (whether it be the Internet, a book, the telephone, or the television) that is important or addicting — it’s the behavior. And behaviors are easily treatable by traditional cognitive-behavior techniques in psychotherapy.
  • Case studies, the alternative to surveys used for many conclusions drawn about online overuse, are just as problematic. How can we really draw any reasonable conclusions about millions of people online based upon one or two case studies? Yet media stories, and some researchers, covering this issue usually use a case study to help “illustrate” the problem. All a case study does is influence our emotional reactions to the issue; it does nothing to help us further understand the actual problem and the many potential explanations for it. Case studies on an issue like this are usually a red flag that help frame the issue in an emotional light, leaving hard, scientific data out of the picture. It is a common diversionary tactic.

Why Does the Research Leave Something to Be Desired?

  • Well, the obvious answer is that many of the original researchers into the phenomenon known as IAD were actually clinicians who decided to conduct a survey. Usually doctoral training is sufficient to create and test a survey, yet the psychometric properties of these surveys are never released. (Perhaps because they were never conducted in the first place? We simply do not know.)
  • The obvious confounds are never controlled for in most of these surveys. Questions about pre-existing or a history of mental disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety), health problems or disabilities, or relationship problems are absent from these surveys. Since this is one of the most obvious alternative explanations for some of the data being obtained (for example, see Storm King’s article, Is the Internet  Addictive, or Are Addicts Using the Internet? below), it is very surprising these questions are left off. It taints all the data and make the data virtually useless.
  • Other factors are simply not controlled for. The current Internet population is nearly 50/50 in terms of proportion of men to women. Yet people are still drawing conclusions about this same group of people based upon survey samples that have 70-80% men, comprised mostly of  white Americans. Researchers barely mention these discrepancies, all of which will again skew the results.
  • Research done in a particular area should also agree about certain very basic things after a time. Years have gone by and there are more than a few studies out there looking at Internet addiction. Yet none of them agree on a single definition for this problem, and all of them vary widely in their reported results of how much time an “addict” spends online. If they can’t even get these basics down, it is not surprising the research quality still suffers.
  • More research has been done since the original surveys were released in 1996. This newer research has been conducted by more independent researchers with clearer hypotheses and stronger, less biased population sets.  More about these studies will be discussed in updates to this article.

Where Did It Come From?

  • Good question. It came from, believe it or not, the criteria for pathological gambling, a single, anti-social behavior that has very little social redeeming value. Researchers in this area believe they can simply copy this criteria and apply it to the hundreds of behaviors carried out everyday on the Internet, a largely pro-social, interactive, and information-driven medium. Do these two dissimilar areas have much in common beyond their face value? I don’t see it.
  • I don’t know of any other disorder currently being researched where the researchers, showing all the originality of a trash romance novel writer, simply “borrowed” the diagnostic symptom criteria for an unrelated disorder, made a few changes, and declared the existence of a new disorder. If this sounds absurd, it’s because it is.
  • And this speaks to the larger problem these researchers grapple with… Most have no theory driving their assumptions (see Walther, 1999 for a further discussion of this issue). They see a client in pain (and in fact, I’ve sat in many presentations by these clinicians where they start it off with just such an example), and figure, “Hey, the Internet caused this pain. I’m going to go out and study what makes this possible on the Internet.” There’s no theory (well, sometimes there’s theory after-the-fact), and while some quasi-theoretical explanations are slowly emerging, it is putting the chicken far before the egg.

Do You Spend Too Much Time Online?

  • In relation to what or whom? Time alone cannot be an indicator of being addicted or engaging in compulsive behavior. Time must be taken in context with other factors, such as whether you’re a college student (who, as a whole, proportionally spend a greater amount of time online), whether it’s a part of your job, whether you have any pre-existing conditions (such as another mental disorder; a person with depression is more likely to spend more time online than someone who doesn’t, for instance, often in a virtual support group environment), whether you have problems or issues in your life which may be causing you to spend more time online (e.g., using it to “get away” from life’s problems, a bad marriage, difficult social relations), etc.  So talking about whether you spend too much time online without this important context is useless.

What Makes the Internet So Addictive?

  • Well, as I have shown above, the research is exploratory at this time, so suppositions such as what makes the Internet so “addictive” are no better than guesses.  Since other researchers online have made their guesses known, here are mine.
  • Since the aspects of the Internet where people are spending the greatest amount of time online have to do with social interactions, it would appear that socialization is what makes the Internet so “addicting.” That’s right — plain old hanging out with other people and talking with them. Whether it’s via e-mail, a discussion forum, chat, or a game online (such as a MUD), people are spending this time exchanging information, support, and chit-chat with other people like themselves.
  • Would we ever characterize any time spent in the real world with friends as “addicting?” Of course not. Teenagers talk on the phone for hours on end, with people they see everyday! Do we say they are addicted to the telephone? Of course not. People lose hours at a time, immersed in a book, ignoring friends and family, and often not even picking up the phone when it rings. Do we say they are addicted to the book? Of course not. If some clinicians and researchers are now going to start defining addiction as social interactions, then every real-world social relationship I have is an addictive one.
  • Socializing — talking — is a very “addictive” behavior, if one applies the same criteria to it as researchers looking at Internet addiction do. Does the fact that we’re now socializing with the help of some technology (can you say, “telephone”?) change the basic process of socialization? Perhaps, a bit. But not so significantly as to warrant a disorder. Checking e-mail, as Greenfield claims, is not the same as pulling a slot-machine’s handle. One is social seeking behavior, the other is reward seeking behavior. They are two very different things, as any behaviorist will tell you. It’s too bad the researchers can’t make this differentiation, because it shows a significant lack of understanding of basic behavioral theory.

What Do I Do If I Think I Have It?

  • First, don’t panic. Second, just because there is a debate about the validity of this diagnostic category amongst professionals doesn’t mean there isn’t help for it. In fact, as I mentioned earlier, help is readily available for this problem without needing to create all this hoopla about a new diagnosis.
  • If you have a life problem, or are grappling with a disorder such as depression, seek professional treatment for it. Once you admit and address the problem, other pieces of your life will fall back into place.
  • Psychologists have studied compulsive behaviors and their treatments for years now, and nearly any well-trained mental health professional will be able to help you learn to slowly curve the time spent online, and address the problems or concerns in your life that may have contributed to your online overuse, or were caused by it. No need for a specialist or an online support group.

In Conclusion…………………………….

This information was forwarded to me by my daughter who is a double Bachelors in Engineering candidate attending college as we speak. One of her elective classes offered a free writing essay for their final exam grade. A grade with is 65% of their overall grade. My daughter chose to write about the theory of Internet Addiction and chose this article by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. as her launching point for her research. Why did she send me this article to read? Probably because I tell her that she spends too damn much time on the internet and the fact the we talk about disabilities every once in a while because there is so much bullshit out there called a disability. I believe this is my daughter’s attempt to humor me, she didn’t say exactly. Funny enough is the fact that she sent it to me but I had sent her the picture below just a few days ago because eventhough she has unlimited data usage on her cell phone plan, she is always taking “Free Wi-Fi ” into consideration when heading out.

What do you, the reader on the internet right now, think about studying internet addiction?


The First Impression

This story provided by A.K. via e-mail. A.K. explained briefly that she had just started reading my other blogs before they up and disappeared. She stated she was glad that I started over and especially glad that I started this particular section because she also likes hearing peoples stories on Monday morning. A.K. hails from sunny Orlando Florida and she has been working at Disney World for 3 years now and doesn’t think she will ever have a better job. She is a graduate of FSU (Florida State University) with a degree in Integrated Marketing & Management Communication. She didn’t say where she worked specifically but did mention she does get to be in costume most of the day and gets to meet many people. She says she loves to have her picture taken with unsuspecting guys as sometimes she gives them a firm grip on their ass just to see their expression as nobody actually knows who is actually in the suit. Which is where her story begins. As a note, besides this initial commentary everything will be as stated as is was in the e-mail. I will take this opportunity to say that A.K. is not shy and does not sugar coat what she has said. So, let’s go……….
“After living in Florida and working at Disney World for about a year I decided I was ready to have some fun and have a relationship. I think that my pussy cat needs me to get a real man since he gives me these strange looks when I start cussing like a sailor because the batteries died in my pink rabbit and have to stop, run thru the house naked, and try to find batteries. Freakishly this happens more often than not. You would think that I would just keep the batteries close. Then I think, close to where, where is a close place, since I live alone I can fuck myself wherever, whenever I want to and nobody knows the difference. If my neighbors new that I spent 90% of my time in the apartment naked I might have more knocks on the door for sugar and milk. One time I thought this guy must be gay because I peeped thru the peephole and saw it was my hot neighbor so I answered the door naked. He didn’t even notice, he was more concerned about borrowing some cooking spray. I returned to the door, still naked and smiling, handed him the spray, and asked him what he was cooking. He said eggs and hashbrowns, I was waiting for an invite, but all I got was him telling me that he liked my pierced nipples. What the fuck? How about licking my nipples? How about grabbing the hoops and dragging me around the house until you bend me over the couch and drill me like tomorrow is never to come. But no, just a nice nipple piercing. Maybe I need a sign on my door that reads: “Pierced Clit, Pierced Nipples, Anal Is Okay, I Swallow, Just Open The Fucking Door And Tell Me To Put My Ankles Behind My Head”. Maybe that wouldn’t be blunt enough. Maybe being a natural blonde throws men off. I have needs. Now I need to get dressed and go to the store for more batteries because my rabbit demands to be fed!
One day during the heat of August I decided that inside the costume was way to fucking hot to be wearing shorts and a t-shirt. I had to be naked because of the heat. People don’t understand that it is hot in the suit. Sometimes I sweat so bad it feels like warm pee going down my legs. Don’t get me wrong, I love getting all sweaty, I would just prefer it happening while some cute guy was pounding my holes like he was going for the gold. Anyway, after about an hour of mindless wandering around the park, well, not mindless, we have an actual route and time frame to meet, I decided today was going to be the day that some lucky sonofabitch was going to get fucked so hard that he be left wondering who fucked who. I was on a mission. I need to find the right guy in the right mind. I hunted and I hunted. Then, bingo, I found him and it was game on. I walked up to him mocking his every move. This went on for a few minutes until finally he stopped and asked me what in the hell I thought I was up to. We generally are forbidden to talk, but on that day I broke all the rules. I told him I was trying to get his attention because I wanted him to know that seeing him made me all wet and wanted to know what he was going to do about it. His expression was absolutely priceless! He told me lets walk and talk about this for a moment. We chatted it up for a bit and he explained to me that he was here with his brother’s family for his niece’s 13th birthday. Oddly enough they were to have a birthday lunch in the Crystal Palace Restaurant with all the characters from the Hundred Acre Woods. I was smiling but he could not see me. He said he would really like to take me up on my offer of checking out my wetness, nut really needed to get to lunch. I asked him for a piece of paper and a pen so I could give him my cell phone number. After giving it to him I told him to take a picture with his phone so he wouldn’t forget about my pouncing. He laughed and took the picture. He also gave me a deep finger grope as I was bent over. Holy shit don’t stop there! Please don’t stop there, go deeper, go faster, and just keep going. Then, it was over, just like that, and he walked away. He left me there ready to take it with only a teasing poke. I would bet money, since he knows his fingers were in my pussy, that as he walked away he smelled his fingers.
So now I wait. I wait for his call. I don’t want to wait, I want, I need him to finish what was started right now. Another hour passed and still nothing from my unknown hero. Well, crap. I went back to the cast changing room and got out of my suit. I got to looking inside and realized I need to drop this by the cleaners on my way out of the park. I’m obviously very disappointed in how the day played out. I wonder if he went around the park and tried to get frisky with the other Tiggers. That would have been funny to watch. Why the fuck didn’t he call? On my way home I stopped off at the grocery store for some dinner and of course some heavy duty batteries, Mr. Rabbit is going to have to work over time tonight! I got home, got undressed, took a long hot shower, shaved, put on something comfortable, warmed up my dinner in the microwave, poured me a glass of wine, and finally sat down to eat, alone. Maybe I need a new approach. Maybe I should just give up on ever meeting Mr. Right. Shit, for that matter how about Mr. Wrong. After watching the television for a while it was time to go to bed and get some rest, I am very exhausted. Afterall a good man is hard to find and a hard man is never going to call. What was I thinking while at the park today? I could have been fired for fucking a guest to the park. What a way to go tho! We’re sorry Ms. A.K., due to inappropriate behavior with a guest we will be terminating you, signed: Mickey Fuckin Mouse. As I layed in bed staring at the ceiling fan wizzing by I fell fast asleep. When I woke the next morning I felt like I was ready to take on the world one more day. I think that might have been the best night sleep I have had in a year.
I spent the day waiting for Mr. Wonderful with very high hopes but he was a no show. It crushed me for the entire day and at the end of it I just went straight home and layed out on the couch. Then, magically, my phone began to vibrate in my pocked. As bad as I wanted to see who was calling I was enjoying the tickle. Fine, I pulled it out of my pocked and answered it. It was him. It was really him. We talked a bit and he wanted to know if my offer was still open. I reached down between my legs, wet as hell, so yeah asshole the offer is still open. I gave him my address and told him there was no need to bring food or wine or booze or porn or anything, just get his happy ass over here. About 30 minutes later he decided to show up. I answered the door naked and dripping. It all started there. I jumped up on him like I was going to ride that bull for 8 seconds, hell I wanted to ride it for 8 hours and hope this stiff dick survives for round two. It was absolute crazy madness. I can’t ever recall being fucked so hard and so good ever in my life. I honestly thought he was going to kill me pounding me so hard since I kept not being able to catch my damn breath. After a good 25 minutes of earth shattering sex he threw me on my back, grabbed my ankles and held them by my ears, then shot the biggest load of cum up the length of my body and all over my face. It was fucking beautiful! Holy shit! More please oh please let him have one more time in him. Then, out of the blue, there is a tap on the door which was wide open, it was the guy who borrowed the spray. He had a bizarre shocked look on his face. As a joke I asked if he was next. He shook his head no so I told him to just go to the kitchen and put it on the counter. He did and then pulled the door shut on his way out.
Me and Mr. Wonderful fucked like rabbits for the next two days straight. Finally he just gave out. He gave all the wood he had. He was tired, raw, and bewildered as to how he lost two whole days. We said our goodbyes as he was heading to the airport today to go back to somewhere in California. When I went in to work that day I thought about him a little, okay, allot. I was walking a bit funny because I had been rode so hard for so long. Then, out of the corner of my eye I see this beautiful piece of meat that needs to get pounced by Tigger. Well hello there, care to be my next victim.”
The pictures and the story in this post were provided by A.K. I can’t thank her enough for sharing this twisted ass tale. Goes to show you that no matter who you are there is something horny inside of you that wants to get out of control.

Why Do We Do Status Updates?

My kids said I really need to do a FB status update. So here goes. I am still broke. I am still married. I still have kids. I am still white. I still live in the great state of Texas. I still own guns. I still believe in the 2nd Amendment. I still have not found Jesus, nor have I been looking for him. I still work for a living. I still pay taxes. I am still a retired Air Force vet. I still drive an SUV and a Goldwing. I still enjoy cooking, grilling, and smoking animals I have killed. I don’t think there is much more to update from any other day. I will add that I am very happy for each morning that I wake up.

After posting this to FB, I began thinking about it a little more. I began by asking why do we even do FB status updates. What does a person do if they don’t have a FB account since that prohibits them from making a status update? What then? What do those people do? How do they get by without doing a FB update? I think that was my very first status update that wasn’t a link promoting my blog. Honestly, all I use FB for is to borrow funny pictures and promote this blog along with its subsequent pages. I don’t follow my friend’s lives or my family’s lives, I just get on to mess around. However, and this is one giant however with a deep sigh included however, I do find it amusing watching people update their status at each place every hour on the hour that they might be. That does humor me.

Now, I do have some friends and family that I actually like seeing their updates since it helps me see additions to their blogs, pictures they have added, or directly messaging me because I won’t answer my phone and I am not replying to texts, so they broadcast it for me. Yea Me! But, I am a person who likes to have a little fun while poking a little fun at the same time. Hence the status update I gave to FB earlier this evening. My kids thought it to be way less than funny. At least I am clearly honest with what I posted since it is all absolutely true. So, if you ever want to have some fun on FB, just be captain obvious, it worked for me. Also, I did find this gem of a saying today, don’t remember where, but it speaks volumes to me and relates to how I live my life. If you don’t kill me you better start running because I won’t be the one needing to reload.