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Sept. 28, 2019 Yesterday I talked about the CIDP diagnosis. Just to finish that up for now, I asked my PCP (primary care practitioner) if he could recommend a neurologist that knows about that syndrome. He said I should ask the neurologist I have an appointment to see on Oct. 23. So far I have … Continue reading w

Blind Men

Sept. 27, 2019 A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been brought to the town, but none of them were aware of its shape and form. Out of curiosity, they said: "We must inspect and know it by touch, of which we are capable". So, they sought it … Continue reading Blind Men

9/24/2019

Yesterday, after using the recumbent bike for 20 minutes, I got the old feeling of getting into a sweat and competing against myself. They only have one in working condition and I never know if someone is using it before I go down to level C to find out, but yesterday, the woman was almost … Continue reading 9/24/2019

The Evacuation

I really don't feel like writing an entry today. but something happened that is at least worth noting briefly, so I will begin with that. I was on my decaying scooter by the pond in Central Park eating saltine crackers I had ordered from Fresh Direct. They were very fresh. Salty and crispy. Plus the … Continue reading The Evacuation

09.16.19

Night Storm New York Irina Sztukowski Posted Yesterday at 06:10 PMCongratulations on the successful sale!!! . Jon Burch PhotographyPosted Today at 09:11 AMCongratulations on your new sale Dave! Leigh Roberts Posted Today at 11:11 AMCongrats. This is the sort of response you get on Fine Art America when you sell something. The fact that you … Continue reading 09.16.19

9.14.19

This is the month of eventual palindromes. How many will there be? Autumn leaves on a New York sewer. I thought the idea of a visual palindrome was original, and I went through a phase where I made a few every day. I always saw relationships between visual elements and literary mechanisms as well as … Continue reading 9.14.19