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Modesto

United States

#41 May 30, 2013
The Alamo's seemed to think they were experts in everything, including the practice of medicine
Dangerous!
Just Me

United States

#42 Jun 9, 2013
AMEN, Modesto..
Modesto

Paicines, CA

#43 Jun 12, 2013
The Alamo's were surrounded by people who supported them in their delusions of knowing it all.
Been a while

Placentia, CA

#44 Jun 12, 2013
Great to see the banter continue on...
brother d

Roswell, GA

#45 Jun 13, 2013
Been a while wrote:
Great to see the banter continue on...
those wounds won't heal
Modesto

United States

#46 Jun 13, 2013
Lemon enemas and cabbage juice for a brain tumor! It's a miracle more of us didn't die young there. I once clandestinely acquired some anti-fungal cream and gave it to this guy who had been laying up at night keeping everyone awake with his moans and groans of agony at Saugus two for a couple of months as he wondered why the cleanse fasts and herbal poultices Tony put him on to cure his ringworm of the groin which had gotten so severe he could barely walk,weren't working.He was cured somehow after just ten daily applications! One night I found "Bargo" wandering around delirious in front of Saugus two with a fever of about 106. I somehow convinced him to come back inside and lay down then found some aspirin someplace.No gas money to take him to see a doctor. Just a few of the "medical" stories from the early days.What fun!
mac

Little Rock, AR

#47 Jun 13, 2013
Modesto wrote:
Lemon enemas and cabbage juice for a brain tumor! It's a miracle more of us didn't die young there. I once clandestinely acquired some anti-fungal cream and gave it to this guy who had been laying up at night keeping everyone awake with his moans and groans of agony at Saugus two for a couple of months as he wondered why the cleanse fasts and herbal poultices Tony put him on to cure his ringworm of the groin which had gotten so severe he could barely walk,weren't working.He was cured somehow after just ten daily applications! One night I found "Bargo" wandering around delirious in front of Saugus two with a fever of about 106. I somehow convinced him to come back inside and lay down then found some aspirin someplace.No gas money to take him to see a doctor. Just a few of the "medical" stories from the early days.What fun!
You are/were a good brother, J. I wish I had come to you when I had that severely abscessed upper molar. The poison was leaking into my system and I felt fluish all the time for months. I asked Hoffshyster if I could please have a ride to go get it taken care of (at the free dental student clinic at LA Medical Center) and he told me to call my Dad in Michigan and ask him to send me the money. I suffered for another year with that tooth and then split the joint to go back to Michigan. At that point it was too far gone. It had be be extracted. If my Dad had agreed to send the money, the two grifters would probably have made me tithe it anyway. So thankful to be delivered from that hell hole and its leader from hell.
Modesto

South San Francisco, CA

#48 Jun 13, 2013
I hear you Mac!
mac

Little Rock, AR

#49 Jun 14, 2013
The alamos deserve the labels "grifters and con artists" as they had the best medical care available, best food imported from all over the place, best living accomodations and conditions, best cars, clothes, jewelry, all the money they wanted at their fingertips, etc. and the very ones providing all of those luxuries for them were forced to live in squalor and poverty, filthy and unsanitary living conditions, and had to put on the "Beg tony and susan List" for a roll of toilet paper or a tube of toothpaste or, even as you have pointed out J, something as simple as anti-fungal cream to relieve a miserable rash or a couple aspirin to alleviate a headache, and lucky if you even got it half the time after waiting for weeks to get it. And most importantly, deprived even the most basic and badly needed medical and dental attention.

On top of all that the "you people" had to suffer verbal and physical abuse from these two arrogant ingrates who would strut around among the lowly serfs like they were king and queen of England.
Modesto

South San Francisco, CA

#50 Jun 14, 2013
The Emperor's clothes? Lol.
Modesto

United States

#51 Jun 15, 2013
Speaking of #4, wasn't that where we kept the steer that the local paper did what was supposed to be a humorous, light hearted article about how it was essentially tortured to death instead of properly slaughtered? The article was called "Poor ole Cheeseburger" if I recall. Tony thought that story was hilarious and insisted the paper do a piece on it.
brother d

Roswell, GA

#52 Jun 15, 2013
From what I remember "Cheeseburger" wasn't as good as his billing at Sunday dinner. I'd have preferred a Wendy's triple at the time.
Modesto

United States

#53 Jun 15, 2013
I've heard that fear and trauma spoil the meat.Maybe that's what was wrong with the "cheeseburger" meal we had at the church after that.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#54 Jun 16, 2013
Modesto wrote:
The Emperor's clothes? Lol.
And yet there are those that still idolize Alamo, in and out of the group. After all the evil Alamo has done that is in direct violation of the laws of God and man, after all of the witnessed accounts of horrific abuse, raping, beating and other corruption and exploitation, which still persists from a prison cell, all of the lost court cases, the gradual, but continual and increasing decay and breakup of the Alamo empire crumbling right before their eyes, with their leader forever incarcerated, they still idolize and follow every word out of his pie hole. Now that is an enigma.
brother d

Roswell, GA

#55 Jun 16, 2013
Modesto wrote:
I've heard that fear and trauma spoil the meat.Maybe that's what was wrong with the "cheeseburger" meal we had at the church after that.
The steer's or ours?
Modesto

South San Francisco, CA

#56 Jun 16, 2013
Mac, Hard for me to understand too. I get why the fumas who control the money stay but not the rest.
Modesto

South San Francisco, CA

#57 Jun 16, 2013
brother d, LOL! I guess it must've been a bit of both.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#58 Jun 16, 2013
Modesto wrote:
Mac, Hard for me to understand too. I get why the fumas who control the money stay but not the rest.
I seriously doubt whether Alamo gives them control over enough of the finances to make it worth staying, since every penny spent has to pass his approval. Unless they are waiting for him to die off, and even then it would have to go through the courts before the fumas could get their hands on any of it. Assuming there is any money left over after all the attorneys are paid, and I'm not convinced he has Swiss and/or other overseas bank accounts.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#59 Jun 16, 2013
His attorney fees are astronomical.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#60 Jun 16, 2013
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