- “You should commit suicide”: On Americans’ Lack of Empathy for People with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses.
- New eyewitness statements regarding the “gas chamber” at Mokabe’s: Part 2
- New eyewitness statements regarding the “gas chamber” at Mokabe’s: Part 1
- Welcome to the “gas chamber”: a first-person account of Mokabe’s on the morning of 11/25/14.
- An Education in Class
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Tag Archives: Multiple Sclerosis
During the two years that I was so sick with MS as to be functionally bedridden the majority of the time, I had a lot of opportunities to think. About my life, for instance. About potentially viable alternate lives. If … Continue reading
What I remember most about the first two years of MS is the hunger. I remember lying flat on my mattress, hungry. Close your eyes, go back to sleep. I’m hungry. I’m tired. No: I’m decimated. In this game of … Continue reading
NOTE: This post was originally published on January 14th, 2014 at 23:09 CST. It was subsequently removed from my blog in order to make some minor edits and clean up the text. This version has been slightly revised. *** This … Continue reading