Triggered: Dizzy News Round-Up

Content Alert: This post contains a round-up the day’s news and may likely contain an abundance of foul language.

Triggered: Why Am I Dizzy Today?

Welcome to my Triggered post, part round-up, part venting portal; a place for me to post the news of the day and express my personal opinion (if I feel so inclined).

Dizzy sez: Be aware. Never give personal information to someone you don’t know, particularly, if you did not initiate the call. Report these calls to the police or the FTC if you receive one.

Dizzy sez: First off, of all the stupid ideas I have ever heard, this one falls under the heading of “stupid fucking ideas”. Of course, if this country doesn’t learn a fucking thing from the current occupant in the White House, then we deserve a Steve Bannon, or worse. I’m here to tell you, so long as I have blood flowing through veins, I ain’t about to let that shit happen a second time. One Dotard is more than enough.

Dizzy sez: So, according to this asshole, GIVING gay couples THE RIGHT TO MARRY was WORSE than upholding laws that said that black people were property and had NO RIGHT TO BE FREE from slavery. Wow! I hope Moore gets another comeuppance and the voters in Alabama remind this shithead that he does not have the right to be a senator, but he is free to sculk away into obscurity.

Dizzy sez: I’m here for this. Patriotism means nothing if we are not free to protest or free from constant violations of our civil rights. Stevie Wonder has always spoken up for civil rights, so it doesn’t surprise me that, since very vocal politicians and pundits are against athletes kneeling, during the National Anthem, to protest continued police brutality, Stevie would take to his knees in solidarity. I support this protest and if I ever find myself observing the National Anthem, publicly, I plan to do the same.

Dizzy sez: Doctors are not infallible. It’s so important for you to keep track of your personal symptoms and get as many opinions as your insurance or finances will allow. Some doctors mock patients who use diagnostic sites like WebMD. But, this article proves that doctors DO GET THINGS WRONG so it’s in your own best interest to double-check whatever your doctor tells you and don’t miss your check-ups; so the chances of a better diagnosis are improved.

Dizzy sez: Doctors are not infallible. It’s so important for you to keep track of your personal symptoms and get as many opinions as your insurance or finances will allow. Some doctors mock patients who use diagnostic sites like WebMD. But, this article proves that doctors DO GET THINGS WRONG so it’s in your own best interest to double-check whatever your doctor tells you and don’t miss your check-ups; so the chances of a better diagnosis are improved.

Has something in the news triggered you? Feel free to drop your comments below this post.


Comments within this post are my own opinion and do not reflect the opinions of other entities that I may associate with.

Your mileage may vary.

Published by Diva

Trying to live my best life, but chores keep getting in the way!

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