Randomoniums..

(while praajek is taking a few moments off, guest blogga DaMaage'd offers some randums..

If a “quality” health care bill is ever going to be passed, Barrack Obama will have to learn how to flex muscles. Our President walks up to the press podium with the swagger of FittyCent and magically transforms into Prince, formally known as Obama, the “LEADER” of the free world..!!!

The new Iphone, known for burning and smoking after use, reminds me of a question presented to me a few years back, ” Dude, do you smoke after sex?” My response ” I don't know, I never look down”

How come we “recovering” addicts are always recovering and therefore never cured while cancer survivors are afforded the smug phrase ” Yea, I beat the Big C.” Why can't I say “yo, I beat the Big A.”

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Author: Lawrence Rudmann

Multi-genre comedic political poet and trender/periscoper of what's around the corner. Avid tennis player and ukulele strummer. Comedic poetry stimulator and healer.

29 thoughts on “Randomoniums..”

  1. maybe I am missing the big picture but I don't think any cancer survivor is being “smug” when they say that they beat the “big c”. Maybe thankful and hopeful would be the appropriate terms desired. It is a very sad day when someone would try to make something hopeful, like good health, a sarcastic and lewd remark. Shame on you!!!!

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  2. How dare you say “smug”, you have no right to be sarcastic whoever you are, you big thoughtless dumbass. People who are in remission from cancer have every right to say they “beat the big C”, obviously the only you've ever beat is your own dick. And, addiction is brought on by your own weakness and self destruction, Cancer is not.

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  3. Way to go Damaage'd, you hit it right on the money with the forever recovering addict..!! Those two comments above only substantiate the ignorance in society that don't understand that addiction is as much a disease as cancer or heart disease and their belief that addiction is only caused by “WEAKNESS”. The people above mention hopefulness, and good health, how much you want to bet that they are 30 lbs overweight and unhappy..! ! ! In the infamous words of our most beloved deceased addict, M. Jackson, Just beat it…!!!!

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  4. If you think that was offensive, wait for my assessment of those sweet toothed,big mac'in, supersiz'in, lard ass, insulin junkie diabetics !!! Talk about self-destructive and weak. Hell, they can't even minimize food intake let alone put down a highly addictive narcotic.!!!

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  5. Hey dumbass's no one said that addiction was not a disease,it was merely said that it is a self-inflicting disease. Alcohol/drug addiction can be over-come with strength, knowledge, and a willingness to change.Cancer is not so forgiving. So don't be so fast to prejudge, listen and learn.

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  6. Whoever this “Damaaged is” you're a fast-talking, twit-head f-cking asshole who probably doesn't shut up long enough to hear what anybody else is actually saying. You are boring!

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  7. Hell Damaage'd, you got'em all fired up. I don't suppose your reader's consider overeating, self-indulging, smoking, lack of exercise as self-inflicting. These folk must come from hills!

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  8. no overeating or overindulging here. Ironically, no hills are in sight either. Hmm, addicts always seem to point the finger at someone else. If you are really embracing sobriety, isn't the 1st step admitting it and then taking responsilbity for your own problems? You would probably know that if you weren't sitting in your tighty whities with your fat gut crammed behind a computer screen googling something smart and witty to say next. Please get a life!!!

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  9. Damn, Damaage'd or whatever your name is, these people seem to know alot about addicts, maybe they are married to one.

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  10. Ok, for fear that my “smug” statement could turn into Obama's “stupidly” remark, I'd like to say that I could have recalibrated that word and as a result, I'd like to invite all offended parties to the nearest crackhouse and make ammends over an 8 ball of only the finest Peruvian pink flake available.I feel confident we can all overcome this!

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  11. Mr Damaage, I believe I understand the humor you were attempting to get across about addiction, it can be a valuable tool in your success. Having said that, please humor me when I say that cancer survivors are doing just that,surviving, one day at a time, just as you are. As far as the crude and illiterate as well as ill-informed comments above, they only strengthen my belief that there ARE forums for Jerry Springers rejected guests! Good luck sir in your continued sucess.

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  12. This is for Molly Carter…just wondering where you got the impression that Mr. Damaage was attempting humor…I do not believe that he was, that he is just trying to “save face” by making his readers think he was. He not only sounds crude himself, but also lacking in compassion and heart. I think you need to stop falling for the insincereity of your patients, addicts do not know the meaning of telling the truth, they can look you in the eye and tell you what you want to hear. So, keep up your good work in the rehab business, just don't fall for the bull, look deeper in the person and not at their good looks and deep piercing eyes.

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  13. Wow, that lady needs therapy! Appears to be a classic case of AxisII disorder coexisting with dysthymia, hopefully single episode! Obvious issues with trust and abandonment.In other words,she's been screwed over a few times!!

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  14. Yes, we all know about those insincere, lying ass addicts, but be equally skeptical of those diabolical diabetics. They too will stand before with their good looks and deep piercing eyes, telling you things that only YOU want to hear and at the same time heisting a twinkie right out from under your nose!! The bastards!!

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  15. Man, this Damagged dude is really messed up in the head! Where is he getting his information from? A first grader could write better.

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  16. Mr. Damaaged, you are clearly a sad individual to think that you can compare addiction to cancer, not to say that you appear insensitive and without any feelings for human life. Cancer is hell, and anyone who has been through this, either themselves, or a family member(s) knows that you fight for your life every single day, not knowing what the outcome will be, only praying and asking God for strength and courage to make it through another day of medication and pain. Addiction is also a cruel disease, but I honestly think its not fair to compare, because addiction is brought on by experimentation of alcohol and drugs and over-indulgence in people who have an addictive gene. Cancer chooses its victims ramdonly without warning or reason. Lets just say for the record that there are cures of addiciton if one is strong enough to seek help, this cannot be said in all cancer cases, hopefully someday there will be cure for all. Show heart Mr. Damaage, show compassion for your friends and loved ones, give all diseases respect, and maybe you will gain respect in return.

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  17. Hang in there Mr Damaage'd, we in the industry know where you are comming from and I have discussed the question you have brought forth about your quest of claiming victory over your addiction.My colleague's and I agree that an individual with addiction issues that have sustained a reasonable amount of time enjoying success and sobriety should be able to, as with other successful survivors of disease,claim victory, or as you would put it “I beat the big A” I would like to thank you for allowing us the opportunity to discuss the patients right of self esteem and potentiality. It appears to be a socio-moral aspect of keeping the addicted humbled and therefore esteem-less. Mr Damaage, from my colleague's and I, congratulations on your successful journey and victory in “BEATING THE BIG A”

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  18. Where does “humility” fit in? Ms. Carter, how do you know Mr. Damaaged has successfully “Beat the Big A”? A true recovering addict does not constantly need reassurance and a “pat on the back”. From my own knowledge, being humble plays a major role in ones recovery, I do not hear this in Mr. Damaaged comments, only cockiness. It takes years and years of recovery, and Ms. Carter, please, you have to know that an alcoholic and/or addict never is cured, its a “day-to-day” effort and work to stay sober and clean. Without fear there is no recovery.

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  19. First of all, I hope this will be my last comment on this issue. Secondly, I would like to thank Molly Carter and Hazelden for such an inspiring congratulatory comment.Your sensitivity and verbal kindness are certainly reflections of your profession. Thanks again. Aannd third, only by order of response,I would like to say I appreciate the comment just prior to Miss Carters. In that response, it's obvious to me that this person has had an emotional front seat in dealing with cancer and I sincerly hope any and all of his or her family are healthy and well and I too will pray and ask God to instill in you the courage needed for any task at hand. Having said that and by no means whatsoever,trying to compare any dis-ease,for there no fair rules to any, I must say that as in cancer,recovering addicts also fight for their life as well,every single day, also not knowing what their outcome will be, and praying and asking God as well for strength and courage to make it through another day WITH pain and NO medication. Both are cruel and equally unfair. Good luck to you and your family and thanks for your compassionate commentary.

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  20. I have to respond to the comment above who believe “without fear there is no recovery” Who the fcuk was that, Karl Rove or Lee Attwater back from the dead..!!! Always remember mushroom clouds and Willie Horton. Hey, that could be a new clinical approach for addiction, “SCARED STRAIGHT”. Go to sleep!!!!

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  21. Hey, thats the ticket. All those addicts should be “Attwaterboarded” then they shall be saved..!!! Where's Chenney when ya need him!!!

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  22. After a lengthy consultation with my beloved family and some friends, we have come to an agreement that the ONLY way to remain clean and sober is through humility and fear.Wonder if the Church is accepting apps for the priesthood..!!!

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