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Had better plasticSurgeon than Joan Rivers andFunnier, to boot
Posted by Lairbo on 08/20/2012 at 08:15 AM in Boomer Icons, Comedy, Film, Performers, Pop Culture, Television | Permalink
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With all due respect, Bill, screw you. If you'd go back and read the rest of my posts on ADHD and my own eenirexpce with it, maybe you'd understand, but it sounds like you've pretty much made up your mind already. What I know is this. I struggled through school. Through high school, I got by because I could compensate for some of the problems I had due to undiagnosed ADD. When I got to college, I couldn't compensate anymore. I crashed and burned, had to go part-time, and took longer to graduate. Once I entered the workforce I either got fired from every job I had, asked to leave, or left two steps ahead of firing. Nothing I tried, no methods of organizing or dietary restrictions or getting more exercise worked. I got the same results. When I got diagnosed and treated, I was able to function better than I had before. And here's the important part it doesn't make me function faster or better than other people. It helps me function almost on the same level as other people, after years of wondering what it was everyone else "got" that I didn't, and why everything I tried to "get it together" fell short. It helps me function better than I did before. What's more, having a degree of focus I didn't have before means that when I apply all those organization techniques I tried before, then work a lot better because I can apply them more consistently than I ever could before. But I'm sure all that matters little to you, Bill. You sound like the kind of guy who would throw a drowning man a rock, after he just got rid of another one, and then when he drowns blame him for not swimming hard enough.
10/26/2012 at 06:09 PM
Took away her fav'rite gag
No longer ugly
08/26/2012 at 02:51 PM
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