Join the Movement


It really isn’t hard to make the world a better place.

I call myself the C.D.C. for Crazy Dancing Cripple. I’m changing the world. Please go to http://www.dyingwithstyle.org and join the movement by dancing whenever you see me dancing.

Curious…


You all know I’m planning on killing myself in 2027 right? I want to talk about all the reasons why somewhere, so I need your advice.

Should I write about it for wordpress or whatever, or should I make a video saying it? I’m better at writing than I am at talking, but I think the video might be more impactful. Advice?

“I want to die, ask me why”


So I’m on this thing about assisted suicide/euthanasia/etc.

I need press. So, this is my latest brilliant idea. You know crowd sourcing? I want to make some t-shirts that say “I want to die, ask me why” with a link to some website I create, or my blog or something where I can express and propagate my views.

What do you think? PMAO, will you photoshop me a shirt pic like that? If you are opposed to this, no big deal. I’ll be looking at those t-shirt design websites today. More to come soon!

Bringing awareness for PD (Proactive Death)


Robin Williams recently passed away. More accurately, Robin Williams recently killed himself in a manner which would be considered “cruel and unusual” punishment for criminals.

Why, with all the resources, human rights, medications, etc.? Why does a person with plenty of money, resources, etc have to resort to something like that? Why do people with terminal, excruciating and humiliating illnesses have to watch helplessly as they deteriorate?

Why does everyone talk about how suicide is a tragedy? Because it is, even though it doesn’t have to be.

There are millions of self-help books which reference proactive living. Planning ahead is considered wise when planning for kids college, or preparing a will, or buying insurance, yet planning ahead for your own death means you’re unstable, in need of counseling or psychiatric care.

This, my dear readers, is absolute bullshit. We can buy burial plots, we can sign advance directives, we can even pick out our caskets long before we pass away. Why then can we not also determine the time, place, and method of our departure? Oh, that’s right, we can determine that…

As long as we do it in a secret, cruel and unusual sort of way.

We can plan our retirement, but we have to wait as long as possible before some terminal condition takes our independence, bladder control, sanity, and dignity.

I don’t get it. There is no way I can do this alone people. I am more than willing to be the first person to proactively “pass away”, but there are lots of people who need/want/deserve it sooner than I do. Please help me!

I’m wanting to get legislation advocating for the freedom to choose when/how to die. Human rights, pro-choice, senior citizen, disability, and many other advocates should be all over this. Please, reblogging this post or the prior one will help. Social media, news outlets, something, please. I can’t do this alone.

Help Me Die


Not right now, geeze, I’m not suicidal. I’m not homicidal, and if you are, please unfollow me.

This is a wife, and mother, with multiple sclerosis, and I’m in a wheelchair.

Please help spread the word about PD (proactive dying).I would like to set a date for my euthanasia.

For more info, keep reading, or just hit like/reblog now to spread the word. Thank you

Multiple sclerosis is not a terminal illness. It is disabling, and being accident prone doesn’t help any. I don’t want to die soon, but I would like to choose a date in the future when I would have my procedure. We put dogs to sleep, we have funerals, etc. but we can’t plan ahead?

Everyone should be able to die. The only reason we don’t already plan the date of it is because of stereotypical and traditional ideas. It’s time to start changing that. Please help me spread the word.

To be continued…

*In a way, I kind of am homicidal, but only toward myself, and it isn’t anytime soon, so don’t be freaks about this please.

To spew or not to spew…


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I’m sick. Yeah, I have all the regular disability crap, I also am sick, sick. You know, throat sore, coughing, weakness, runny nose, and nausea and the loss of appetite that comes with it.

I could take some OTC anti-nausea liquid, but has anyone tried that stuff? If you aren’t already throwing up, you will be if you taste that.

Of course there is a palatable alternative, which not only reduces/eliminates nausea, but also stimulates appetite, but unfortunately it’s illegal in my state. Is there anyone out there who can tell me why?

Hobbling Around the Issues: Homosexuality, Birth Control, etc. and Religion.


Here’s the thing…

A while back, I wrote about my opinions on the existence of God. In that post I explained that although I do believe that God exists, I don’t believe in religion. I’d like to talk for a minute about that.

One of the big issues that people have with religion in general seems to be the judgemental/hypocritical viewpoints that a lot of the “religious” people they know express. I have a problem with that too. The thing is, different religions believe different things right? Not everyone can be right, in theory, only one religious viewpoint could be right. If that is the case, is it that much of a stretch to just think all of the religions are wrong? I have a lot of people in the real world who would strongly disagree with this, but I am entitled to my opinion and I believe that most people base their own religious viewpoint on what their parents, teachers, church, etc. have told them. I like to think for myself.

If God is real, shouldn’t He be able to speak for Himself? Like I said, I believe in God, and He has never told me to hate homosexuality, people who believe differently, etc. In fact, the more I feel like I know about God, the more I feel God is love.

Pure, simple, straightforward love.

I have friends who are gay. I also have friends who are atheists. I have friends who are fat, thin, black, white, whatever. God has never told me to not love the people He puts into my life. No matter what they believe, think, feel, do, are. This is one of the reasons I don’t believe in religion. Religion, no matter what type of religion it is, interprets God in some way, and tells you how you should feel about Him, and what His opinion, on all sorts of issues, is.

The God I believe in is big enough to speak for Himself. He speaks to me in nature. I don’t mean I literally hear God. I can just see Him in the things He made. What I see in the things He made is beauty, diversity, creativity, etc. When I look at a beautiful sunset, I don’t see a sign come out of it that says being gay is wrong. When I watch ants working together, letters don’t appear telling me that ants are the only creature in the world that know what they are talking about. Just because a spider can have lots of eggs doesn’t mean that God is against birth control. In fact, it seems to me that God designed birth control in a way. He’s the one that gave animals an “in heat” time, and He is the one who made it where not every suitor finds a mate. We had a dog that humped a goat one time. If God was against birth control, wouldn’t that have resulted in a pregnancy?

I understand if you feel differently than I do, and I respect that. If God is real, and He made us, He could have made us all believe the same thing, and He chose not to. I think that God likes our differences. I am just so tired of all these arguments in denominations, politics, “faiths”, etc. If God exists, and He wants you to believe in Him, He can make that happen. Regardless of what you believe at the moment. God doesn’t hold a gun to our heads and force us into thinking the way He thinks. He lets us believe in different things. He lets us be different. In fact, I think it goes beyond Him “letting” us do things. I think He loves us and our differences.

Sorry for the rant, I just was thinking about it, and since no one stopped following me yesterday, I thought I might as well talk about anything because, apparently, you don’t mind a little honesty.