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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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OF COURSE the patient gets the last word on YAY or NAY, stop it with that shit.
The point is - the patients make an uninformed decision because the "doctor" misdiagnosed the patient.
JUST like what happened to me friend. The "doctor" told him he has herpes inside his mouth. THAT was the diagnosis. So he decided to trust the "doctors" misdiagnosis and buy the proper medicine (which he didn't need). He didn't have herpes, he had an allergic reaction to toothpaste.
The stupid ass "doctor" would've known that with a simple culture sent to the lab. But NOPE, he didn't. He's a "doctor" and "knows" the difference between allergies and herpes.
Two words: SECOND OPINION.

And now a few more words: Your friend DECIDED to trust the doctor.

Your friend did NOT have to decide to trust the doctor and your friend had the choice and the right to seek a SECOND OPINION.

Take a car, for example. You can trust the first mechanic you go to and maybe he will fix your car and maybe he won't.

Or- you can wonder if his diagnosis of what's wrong with your car is correct and accurate or not and if you think you might get a different opinion from a different mechanic, you go to a different mechanic.

Ack- ENOUGH with this already! The majority of doctors are competent.

That there are some who are not does not negate the competence of those who are.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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You don't getta claim your own victory.
Carrion.
Yeah- I do- because I say so. Who the f*ck else can claim their own victory other than the person claiming it anyway?

And hey- if YOU can say that the sun rises and sets on the USA (to the exclusion of the rest of the entire world) I can certainly claim my own victory.....

Yeah- carrion- probably what you have for Sunday dinner!

LOL!!

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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Right. Kids can't wear "God is love" on their t-shirts but "I rock cock" is ok now.
fight back

get one that says "jesus rocks cock"

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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-2 +-1 =-1
Negative proven. Find your Santa Claus thread, would ya?
OMG. RR, we were down this road AGES ago.

Your example does NOT apply. Not in the slightest and that was explained to you in GREAT detail many months ago.

STOP. You're making yourself look even MORE foolish though by now I would have thought that impossible to do.

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Truth signed in wrote:
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No it's political, as with everything in this world. Without politics...state, federal, and local funding would not occur. Without funding, academic research would not occur. Without academic research, there would be no theory of evolution. And, without a theory of evolution, we'd probably all still believe in God.. Don't kid yourself, it's not academic...it's political.
one does not need science to tell that christianity is a filthy philosophy.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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F_CK. You're dense. I'm complaining about malpractice and misdiagnoses.
This topic all stems from Koder's comment about trusting in medical science will keep you happy and healthy but mythology will lead to an early death (or something like that).
Bullshit.
BTW, dopey- malpractice IS incompetence in that it is negligent.

If one is willfully negligent, one is willfully being incompetent.

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timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>They might as well be a denomination. If I was a christian, I would insist they were a splinter group.
They are not christian period. They are kooks and nut cases.

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karl44 wrote:
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religitards, always prepared to build their god in the first pool of ignorance they find.
No amount of ignorance too small for the build of a christian god.
The fact you start out using childish non words, dissuades from further reading of your babble.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch...
This link is an hour long so be patient and explore the evidence.

Is it possible that evidence that is slightly contrary to evolution as it is explained has been and is being suppressed? Why don't we here much of anything about the evidence and accounts of origin that is contrary to evolutionary theory as it is theorized?

It baffles me how scientists can look at the way life, matter, energy, and time works and then come up with an explanation for the processes that they already see happening, call it "science", accredit THEMSELVES for making the so-called "discovery", and then convincing lame-brained people that it all happened by itself and on its own because as they were studying these things they didn't see God. What's even more baffling is that the lame-brains play along and convince themselves that, yea, it happened by itself (as they are nodding their heads vigorously!)

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Two words: SECOND OPINION.
And now a few more words: Your friend DECIDED to trust the doctor.
Your friend did NOT have to decide to trust the doctor and your friend had the choice and the right to seek a SECOND OPINION.
Take a car, for example. You can trust the first mechanic you go to and maybe he will fix your car and maybe he won't.
Or- you can wonder if his diagnosis of what's wrong with your car is correct and accurate or not and if you think you might get a different opinion from a different mechanic, you go to a different mechanic.
Ack- ENOUGH with this already! The majority of doctors are competent.
That there are some who are not does not negate the competence of those who are.
Derp. He DID get a 2nd opinion, himself.

He knew the so-called doctor was wrong and did research himself.

The majority of doctors are incompetent idiots that are just out to make a shitload of money. Period.

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>BTW, dopey- malpractice IS incompetence in that it is negligent.
If one is willfully negligent, one is willfully being incompetent.
You just described the majority of doctors.

Good job, your learning.

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karl44 wrote:
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fight back
get one that says "jesus rocks cock"
The funny thing is, most schools would probably allow that.

But wear a "Jesus loves you" shirt and you get sent home.

O_o

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>No- YOU are dense! I KNOW what you're complaining about.
But your "outrage" was not intense enough for you to have taken action to put a doctor YOU thought was guilty of malpractice and misdiagnosis out of business!
So "complain" away instead of actually DOING something about it.
I know that is what you prefer since it allows for your self-inflicted persecution complex to continue to grow- just like a CANCER.
Ya, that's the answer... That's the fad....

SUE!

“THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD;”

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karl44 wrote:
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religitards, always prepared to build their god in the first pool of ignorance they find.
No amount of ignorance too small for the build of a christian god.
I like them French fried pataters, Mmmm Hmmm.....

I like gravy on my fries, Mmm Hmm....

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Derp. He DID get a 2nd opinion, himself.
He knew the so-called doctor was wrong and did research himself.
The majority of doctors are incompetent idiots that are just out to make a shitload of money. Period.
LOL!! Himself? Your friend is a doctor??

He knew the so-called doctor was wrong but allowed himself to be treated by him anyway?

Or did he do his research AFTER the fact which would be akin to closing the barn door AFTER the horse escapes.....

You are SO wrong. The majority of doctors are NOT incompetent idiots, RR- you make the most moronic blanket stereotype statements made worse by the fact that you don't even know what you're talking about.

Period.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Ya, that's the answer... That's the fad....
SUE!
Sigh....wrong- AGAIN.

Look- if you honestly think the doctor or doctors who treated your MIL were incompetent and guilty of malpractice and misdiagnosis, why wouldn't you want to do everything possible to insure that the doctors could not visit that malpractice on other patients or future patients?

At the VERY least, you could have reported him to the AMA, but I know you didn't do that either.

You LIKE to play the victim and to imagine you ARE the victim of anyone and everyone you perceive of wrongdoing.

What's ironic about that is your refusal to realize that you are only a victim or YOURSELF.

And seriously, if those doctors were guilty of malpractice as you claim they were and you did NOTHING to prevent future cases of malpractice, then:

If you know of evil being done yet do nothing to stop it, you are no less evil than the evildoer.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Ya, that's the answer... That's the fad....
SUE!
No, RR- I guess the answer is for you to do NOTHING and to take no action to help insure that the doctors you claimed were guilty of malpractice with your MIL can go right on perpetrating that malpractice onto others....

Way to go......NOT.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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You just described the majority of doctors.
Good job, your learning.
No- I did not. You take a couple of isolated instances and use those to judge thousands and thousands of doctors- the majority of whom are competent and caring health care practitioners.

Your stereotyping is SICKENING and all the more since you base it on a very few instances.

Sorry, RR- you're WRONG- again. Incompetent doctors are the EXCEPTION- not the RULE.
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QH theory is a promising new start in this general direction. Its ramifications and implications are profound. For instance, because of the QH model, science can no longer ignore subjectivity, metaphysics, parapsychology, or issues previously relegated to religion or mysticism. Nor can science any longer ignore the presence or importance of consciousness or thought in its relationship to physical matter. It must consider the strong possibility that the natural and the supernatural are one and the same thing, which renders the dualistic worldview of Newton and Descartes completely obsolete.

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>LOL!! Himself? Your friend is a doctor??
He knew the so-called doctor was wrong but allowed himself to be treated by him anyway?
No. When he left the hospital, he just had a gut feeling that the doc was wrong. He's in his forties, has been married for like 15 years, is loyal to his wife and age to him. He's never had any kind of herpes, neither has his wife. He knew the doc was wrong.

He was right, the doc misdiagnosed his allergic reaction with herpes.

What kind of a huge f_ck up is that?!

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