Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Stress Can Put You in the Hospital

I have officially discovered that stress can get you a fast pass to the emergency room. Last friday I went COMPLETELY numb from head-to-toe, and couldn't breath. I naturally thought I was having a heart attack or something (even though at 25, I'm way too young for a heart attack!). My hands crumpled-up, and I was nearly immobile for about a half-hour. After they got me on oxygen at the emergency room, I was informed that I had an Anxiety Attack that led to literal hyperventilation. I realize now that when people say, "don't hyperventilate on me" it can be very literal.

They then gave me so little tan tablet (pill) and I floated on air for a few hours, but felt no stress.

So the moral of the story is, don't get overly stressed about anything, or you might end up in the hosital. They said if I feel like that again, the only natural rememdy is to pace my breathing to 20 breaths a minute.

And I live another day, to continue down life's strange paths.

Wednesday, September 01, 2004

He who relies upon Washington shall fall...

I get so tired of the hypocrites in Washington being critical of Israel for her actions against the Palestinian terrorists. George W can attack and kill Iraqis, day in and day out, but G-d forbid that Israel do the same thing. It's nothing but a joke. George can take my vote and shove it.

But then again, it's just as much Ariel Sharon's fault for being a coward. He needs to tell all foreign powers to back off, because he's gonna do what's good for HIS people (not the E.U. and U.S. best interest). That is unlikely, Sharon sold his soul to the devil a long time ago, and now the oil-coalition will keep shoving their hypocritical crap down Israel's throat.

What sad world we live in.

CobraZone.com

Working on my Shelby Cobra website, starting to shape up. I should have never let those 40,000 hits a day get a way from me, now I am having to start from scratch again.

The Beginning

This is the beginning of my thoughts. I am sitting in a cubicle listening to people talk on the phone (via remote observation), and it's rather upsetting... I need to go home (only 1.5 hours left!)