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Fri, 05/08/2015 - 16:22 — shamrogue

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PLEASE help brandon

Tue, 05/05/2015 - 09:23 — Waster Jericho

Fellow gamers, we have a friend and colleague in a battle for his life. He has no insurance because the bastards you the old "pre existing' loop hole. He need 7,000 like yesterday. Please share what you have in the link below and pass the link on please!

 

http://www.gofundme.com/tnsykg

Brandon Needs Help

Mon, 05/04/2015 - 07:53 — SarcasmoJones

Friend, and former 2o2p writer, Brandon DeVane is facing some serious health issues and his wife has started a gofundme page to raide $7000 to cover some of the medical expenses: Brandon is uninsured. She writes:

"Imagine for a minute, you are sitting on the floor of the bathroom, trying to help the one you love, while he is getting sick. Then picture him telling you that he is possibly going to lose consciousness in the next few minutes and begins to tell you what needs to be done. Tears begin to fall, as your shaking hands pull insulin into the needle. This is a scary situation for anyone, knowing that someone else’s life is now in your hands, and not being prepared for it.  This was my reality earlier this week. This is what diabetes can put you through.  Lucky for me, I had people talking me through the situation and providing unwavering support.

For a few weeks Brandon began complaining of pain in his face, but ibuprophen and other remedies were only providing temporary relief. Until they couldn’t anymore and we were on our first trip to the ER. After being diagnosed with an infection, he was given antibiotics and pain medicine before being discharged. We were headed home for a relaxing evening and yet, somehow, we ended up worse off than before.

Later that night with a blood sugar of 377 and evidence of ketones, there was a possibility of DKA (diabetic ketoacidosis, a life-threatening condition for Diabetics). We were back in the ER, as fast as I could legally get us there. And there we stayed for the next 6 hours.  Given his nature, while Brandon was in constant pain, he was still willing to give the nurse business advice when asked.

We are back home and resting now, but as some of you know, Brandon works from home and does not have insurance, and because of his pre-existing condition(s), medical assistance programs are still asking for crazy amounts of money to be covered. Two ER visits was clearly not in our budget, and now we have to figure out how to cover those bills along with the upcoming procedures, prescriptions, office visits, as well as time off from work.

Now you’re asking yourself, “Why is this guy different from every other Joe Shmoe with medical bills?” Well, Brandon has had a rough life up to this point, but after rising from bad situations, he had made it a point to put others before himself and provide strength and guidance to others, even when his own health is deteriorating. All we ask, is that for a moment you find it in your heart to put someone else’s needs above your own, as he has done for so many.

Brandon does not feel “right” asking for the money. He has had to work his whole life, for the things has and has provided to others. That is why we are reaching out though...the others. Thousands of others, to give a rough estimate. Brandon has been assisting others, and has been building businesses around doing just that (taking only 3 days off total in the last 5 years). Even while ill, he doesn’t want to stop working and has already pushed himself too much, a few times. What we are asking, is for about half of the actual costs. This amount should be enough for him to at least rest until surgery and hopefully a while after.

Anyone who knows him, knows he will pay this forward tenfold. We  want everyone to know he appreciates every donation, and hopes to be back to putting smiles on peoples faces soon enough."

Doanate at:

http://www.gofundme.com/tnsykg

Gaming OCD

Sat, 05/02/2015 - 11:36 — Waster Jericho

Allright come clean. There can't be just me on here that has it. I guess I've always been OCD about one thing or another. It seems I've had it about several things in life. Gee I didn't know I could multitask so well and not be aware! I like to get up, test my sugar, take my meds. Then I'll eat, read my Bible and jump to my emails. All being done, I can do whatever in any order I choose. This often means I try a new game for a bit, and then go back to my favorites. I found I was always having to clear space on my Xbox1 which means getting rid of game progress that I wished I could keep. That has changed for the present time. Last week I got a hot tip that Staples had a smoking deal on external hard drives. I could not believe it was true! 4TB toshiba 7400 speed drives for $75.99!!! I nearky pissed myself when I found they were instock. Thats a load of space when you count the drive on the xbox as well. I can OCD games with space to spare. Happy dance! Oh yeah, knowing a good deal when I see it, 2 external drives we purchased. 8TB of new storage for one xbox! Hey, I did already admit to being OCD. One day the bell may ring and on the other side will be Dr. Phill here to stage an intervention. Got that covered. My cane live by the door that could let him know how a fudgesicle darn fast! Lord I try to behave I really do........blush

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