Guys & Garages: Life's Adjustments All Come Together in Steve Matzkin's Garage

May 19, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Noozhawk

Steve Matzkin has been hooked on the kettle drums since he was in elementary school but spent much of his youth with a conventional drum set.

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Wisdom

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May 20, 2012
 
For the budding chiropractor, it was the beginning of an unusual practice.

“I’ve worked on as many animals as I have people over the years — from a goldfish that couldn’t swim upright to horses — because if it works for people it works for animals,”

Quackery, alive and well in chiropractic

You would think that in this day and age there would be some standards for these idiots..

A "goldfish" for Pete's sake. Holy crap.
Washington Chiro

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May 21, 2012
 
While reading wisdom's trolling posts, consider this about his 'integrity' and 'values': Wisdom said this about Dr. Sid Williams following his stroke last year, and I quote, "I wish him continued suffering in his wheelchair."
That's the sort of integrity and values wisdom offers you.
Wisdom

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May 21, 2012
 
I exposed this idiot chiropractor as a quack for claiming that he "adjusts" goldfish.

And guess who runs to his defense? Another idiot chiropractor who stalks my every post ..... "washington chiro".

ha ha What a surprise.

Hey dumb ass ... what technique do you find most effective at adjusting goldfish?

You dumb quack!
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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May 21, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
I exposed this idiot chiropractor as a quack for claiming that he "adjusts" goldfish.
And guess who runs to his defense? Another idiot chiropractor who stalks my every post ..... "washington chiro".
ha ha What a surprise.
Hey dumb ass ... what technique do you find most effective at adjusting goldfish?
You dumb quack!
My last post needs to be read by all who want to know wisdom's true character.
While reading wisdom's trolling posts, consider this about his 'integrity' and 'values': Wisdom said this about Dr. Sid Williams following his stroke last year, and I quote, "I wish him continued suffering in his wheelchair."
That's the sort of integrity and values wisdom offers you.
CODY

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May 24, 2012
 
Washington Chiro wrote:
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My last post needs to be read by all who want to know wisdom's true character.
While reading wisdom's trolling posts, consider this about his 'integrity' and 'values': Wisdom said this about Dr. Sid Williams following his stroke last year, and I quote, "I wish him continued suffering in his wheelchair."
That's the sort of integrity and values wisdom offers you.
CODY here....why do you continue to harangue Wisdom regarding his statement regarding Sid. Let it go....it's just his opinion and he obviously holds alot of resentment towards the old fool as do I. The only difference being that I know the guy was always a pots and pans salesman, conman from way back and just starting selling Chiro to naive students.....that's life....that's business. I wish Sid a speedy recovery and all good things regarding his health.....that being said the guy was a real prick.....in clinic when you had a conversation with him he couldn't even look you in the eye directly.....same thing when I marched up for my "toilet paper Chiro diploma"......a shady guy.....and yes, he will still always be a shady conman prick in my opinion.
Wisdom

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May 24, 2012
 
I personally saw the quack sid "treat" an elderly woman by karate chopping the side of her neck. Absolute quackery.

Sid was the ultimate scam artist. The ultimate fraudster. The ultimate quack.

And here we have a bozo who claims he can treat goldfish.

This idiot needs to be investigated. And he needs to be condemned by his colleagues. Instead, they rush to his defense like this quack washington chiro.

Cody, I spend a few minutes each day exposing these quacks. the public needs to know the truth. If there were only a few quacks in chiropractic, that would be one thing. Problem is, the whole field is based on a false premise. And the majority of chiropractors engage in bizarre and unfounded treatments such as activator, gonstead and nucca.
CODY

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May 24, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
I personally saw the quack sid "treat" an elderly woman by karate chopping the side of her neck. Absolute quackery.
Sid was the ultimate scam artist. The ultimate fraudster. The ultimate quack.
And here we have a bozo who claims he can treat goldfish.
This idiot needs to be investigated. And he needs to be condemned by his colleagues. Instead, they rush to his defense like this quack washington chiro.
Cody, I spend a few minutes each day exposing these quacks. the public needs to know the truth. If there were only a few quacks in chiropractic, that would be one thing. Problem is, the whole field is based on a false premise. And the majority of chiropractors engage in bizarre and unfounded treatments such as activator, gonstead and nucca.
You don't have to tell me.....I could write a book about it all.....believe me when I tell you that I have seen it ...when I look back on all of the BS at LIFE and when I got out of that brainwashing machine.....it was a rude awakening. From PI mills, Scientology, and all the fools one meets on the way. So true, the field is 90% fruad......the other 10%.....old timers still conning.
Washington Chiro

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May 24, 2012
 
CODY wrote:
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You don't have to tell me.....I could write a book about it all.....believe me when I tell you that I have seen it ...when I look back on all of the BS at LIFE and when I got out of that brainwashing machine.....it was a rude awakening. From PI mills, Scientology, and all the fools one meets on the way. So true, the field is 90% fruad......the other 10%.....old timers still conning.
Cody, you're a garden variety loser who couldn't hack it in practice and now blame the school. There are tens of thousands of successful chiropractors helping tons of people and making fortunes. You just happen to be a dufus who just didn't have the brains or skill to help anyone or make any money. Hey, not your fault. It has to be Sid's, right?
Folks, it's this simple: Losers blame others. It doesn't matter what Cody did--he would have failed in anything then blamed someone else. That's a loser's M.O.
Wisdom

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May 24, 2012
 
ha ha Yeah Cody, just because chiropractic schools teach bogus treatments and pathetic clinical experiences and just because the foundation of chiropractic, as taught in just about every chiropractic school out there, and just because insurance companies are waking up to the fraud in chiropractic and just because most people would rather pay 25$ for a haircut than see a chiropractor, and just because the chiropractic field is filled with bozos like "washington chiro" and this idiot who claims he adjusts goldfish and just because NO chiropractic technique has any research to support its use and just because NO states reciprocate chiropractic licenses and just because chiropractors overwhelmingly reject expanding chiropractic to include best practices models and gaining the right to prescribe .... is no reason to criticize it.

Glad I left chiropractic many years ago. When you see what really goes on in legitimate health care, you finally realize just how bizarre and pathetic chiropractic training is. Problem is most don't realize how bizarre chiropractic treatments are until they are well into chiropractic school. And it is no coincidence that that's how chiropractic schools want it.

Anyway Cody best of luck.
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May 24, 2012
 
sentence correction ..." just because the foundation of chiropractic, as taught in just about every chiropractic school out there is based on a false and preposterous premise (that subluxations cause disease).....
Washington Chiro

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May 24, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
sentence correction ..." just because the foundation of chiropractic, as taught in just about every chiropractic school out there is based on a false and preposterous premise (that subluxations cause disease).....
Wisdom still resents successful chiropractors. Status quo for those who failed--blame others.
Wisdom

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May 25, 2012
 
Simple question, What chiropractic technique do you find most effective at adjusting goldfish?

Dumb ass chiropractor.
Washington Chiro

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May 25, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
Simple question, What chiropractic technique do you find most effective at adjusting goldfish?
Dumb ass chiropractor.
Wisdom still resents successful chiropractors. Status quo for those who failed--blame others.
Cody

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Jun 22, 2012
 
Do you get a carbon monoxide adjustment with timapni stimulation to your croibits?.....Wack- a-Quack- Chiroquacker.....go smoke your doobie now....yea...I'd let that guy adjust me......not.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 22, 2012
 
Cody wrote:
Do you get a carbon monoxide adjustment with timapni stimulation to your croibits?.....Wack- a-Quack- Chiroquacker.....go smoke your doobie now....yea...I'd let that guy adjust me......not.
See that? The liar, cody, who flaunts those ECCO golf shoes, speaks against the profession he failed so miserably in.
It's this simple: when someone succeeds in a profession or business, they speak highly of it. If they failed, like cody did, well, they're bitter. Cody is bitter and angry. It shows. He failed in practice and now resorts to ratting on successful chiropractors for $200 a week (his 'expert" (he he) testimony fee.) And no more than that. The liar, cody, would like you to believe he gets paid THOUSANDS for his testimony. he he he He's lying. Big time. I looked it up. The most I could find is one chiropractor ONCE got $300 and bus fare. MD's get thousands, even tens of thousands for testifying. Show me one line where a chiropractor got more than $300 for testifying. Oh, but the liar, cody, said, but...but...but it's an east coast thing. Believe me. But....but...but." Yeah, ok liar.
But hey, I understand. When you're broke like cody you do what you have to do. Like a prostitute. No, I take that back. A prostitute at least performs an honest service--much more respectable than a rat chiropractor ratting on a fellow chiropractors--mostly out of jealousy.
Hey mrcody, did you buy your ecco golf shoes with that ratting money? Though so.
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Jun 23, 2012
 
The bozo chiropractor above claimed he treats goldfish. And this quack washboy chiropractor is here "defending" him. Just goes to show you that as a member of the cult of chiropractic, they have NO morals or values when it comes to bizarre chiropractic claims.
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Jun 23, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
The bozo chiropractor above claimed he treats goldfish. And this quack washboy chiropractor is here "defending" him. Just goes to show you that as a member of the cult of chiropractic, they have NO morals or values when it comes to bizarre chiropractic claims.
Q: What's faster than the speed of light?
A: The time it took for wisdom is fail in practice.

By his own admission, mrwisdom said he was in chiropractic for 15 years, including school. Oh, but then he had a revelation that it was quackery and not for him.
I'll translate that: "I failed in practice and now I'm bitter and angry. It's everyone's fault but mine."

See, it's not so hard speaking 'wisdom'. All you have to do add lies, deception, excuses, and anger--and voila--you've got mrwisdom in a nutshell.

He's no MD and he's no phd. But I guess in the mind of the delusional you can make up anything.
Wisdom

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Jun 24, 2012
 
Washboy even claimed that he can cure "deep wounds".

And we all know how much clinical training chiropractors get at "wound care". he he he

Now goldfish care ... that's taught in chiro 101.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 24, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
Washboy even claimed that he can cure "deep wounds".
And we all know how much clinical training chiropractors get at "wound care". he he he
Now goldfish care ... that's taught in chiro 101.
Yup, by his own admission, mrwisdom failed in practice--shuttering his doors in less than two months. Now he's angry, broke and bitter. Hey, but who can blame him.
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Jun 25, 2012
 
Lightbulb Moment wrote:
<quoted text> He has the runs, can you cure that? Maybe shove a cork up there?
Brilliant comeback. Are you also a good bingo player? I like when people brag they're good bingo players. They either have B 9 or they don't. In order to prepare for a bingo tournament, a player must first immerse their head in a bucket of water for 30 minutes. Then their brain waves are measured. If there is any hint of a thought process, they must immerse their head again--this time for an hour. Once all brain activity has ceased, then and only then are they allow to play bingo.
Lightbulb is a world class player.

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