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When I was last in the hospital, at the Royal Jubilee, in Emergency Psych, I fell on the floor because I wasn't well.  The nurse thought I was malingering, so she took my fingers and tried to squeeze the tip of my finger to the base of my finger, hard - very painfully - to see if I would react.  Instead of helping back into my bed, the orderly picked me up by one arm and dragged me to bed to bed across the floor.  It was about a twenty foot distance.  This hurt my back, so I twiched.  The orderly laughed at me and said I was faking.  My back has hurt ever since Kim the nurse threw me against the wall and put me in a headlock at Regional Hospital in London, Ontario. When I got to my room at the Jubilee, they propped my ankles up on the edge of the high (about two feet) wooden baseboards of the bed, so that the weight of my legs was resting on my tendons.  I couldn't move for some reason, so I had to just lie there in a lot of pain.  Eventually my legs started to twitch, and they jerked away off the baseboard of their own accord.   Around this point the nurses decided I wasn't faking, and they did a complete about-face and became as sweet as pie.  I was pretty out of it, but this volte-face didn't inspire confidence either.  The random cruelty could start up again at any moment.  Still, it is better to be a patient than a doctor.  It is better to have cruel things done to you than to be the sort of cruel and stupid subhuman who inflicts this kind of misery on other people.  I need to get out of the country, though.  Maybe Japan again.

I had a new doctor, Collins. His entourage wants to help me navigate the medical system.  Apparently you can get free passes to the local recreation centre!!!!!! Jesus Christ. They also want access to information about my finances, which they will get over my cold, dead body.

I am so scared of Dr. Collins.  These people are so cruel.

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"And if you think I didn't have my share of suffering -- look here, when I went to give up that flat and saw that damn box of dog biscuits sitting there on the sideboard I sat down and cried like a baby. By God, it was awful ---"

I couldn't forgive him or like him but I saw that what he had done was, to him, entirely justified. It was all very careless and confused. They were careless people, Tom and Daisy --- they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together, and let others clean up the mess they had made...

- The Great Gatsby
- F. Scott Fitzgerald

"A man is whatever room he is in."
- Japanese proverb (according to Mad Men).

"Mo ii janai. Arigatoo."
- Japanese proverb

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