kittenninja
KittenNinja
kittenninja
Sep 17
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I am really unsure how “parents should not neglect their kids’ dire medical needs and allow them to suffer and die from cancer” is being translated into “medical bills do not exist.” Read more

Sep 17
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Your point was that herbs can treat PTSD? Which is not cancer? So, maybe get some better points. Love how you keep making the same comments about me being a “plant” over and over again. Anyone who disagrees with you must not be real, I guess? Whatever, kiddo. 

Sep 17
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I don’t even know wtf that is, so no, I am just a person who vehemently disagrees with you that it’s a chill vibe to let your kid starve, suffer, and die. And as someone who was neglected as a child, no, there is no bloody excuse for neglect on this scale, end of story. The fact that you want to sit here and make Read more

Sep 17
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HE DIDN’T HAVE PTSD, HE HAD CANCER. Omg. But it’s nice to know that if you have a cancer or some other painful ailment, you’re cool with people just giving you some herbal tea and ointment to treat it. Read more

Sep 17
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I said you are dead wrong about ME. And you’re putting so many words in my mouth here. You’re also projecting a lot onto the facts here. Read more

Sep 17
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Actually, you are dead wrong here! I have had to navigate a lot of those things! You’re not getting my life story, especially when you come at me like that, but you know how I know that hospitals will write off bills as charity for low-income people and how long the paperwork is? Three guesses. I’m not saying Read more

Sep 16
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Sure, they’re not mutually exclusive, but that is not the story here. That’s not the story in ANY of the articles I was able to find, or the affidavits in the case. The author is retrofitting this tale of child neglect into their narrative about healthcare in the U.S. She had to overlook and omit several details from Read more

Sep 16
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They were paying for a chiropractor out of pocket. This isn’t about the medical costs. This is about medical neglect of a sick child. These are science-denying, COVID-truther, misinformation-spreading people who killed their child with their own negligence. They thought his cancer was depression. They thought he was Read more

Sep 16
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This is literally in the ABQ Journal linked. They had access to the internet. Dad loved to post anti-mask and COVID-denying articles on Facebook. If you can access Facebook, you can Google. If dad had spent some time researching financial assistance for cancer patients instead of reading and sharing anti-mask articles Read more

Sep 16
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I have seen people go into debt to treat their cat’s cancer. You take on the debt to save the life of your child, whom you are responsible for keeping alive, and figure it out later. There are lots of organizations that offer financial assistance for cancer patients, and many hospitals will write off hospital bills as Read more

Sep 16
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Sorry but no. This is neglect. This is not okay. Is it awful that healthcare is so expensive & difficult to access in our country? Yes, of course! But you don’t LET YOUR CHILD DIE because you’re scared of debt. You take on the debt. You ask the hospital if they can write off your medical bills as charity for Read more

Aug 25
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I’m not saying it’s High Art, but it’s exactly what it intends to be, which is musical candy. I feel like if we’ve reached a point in society where Serious Music Fans & Critics can take a step back and go, “Taylor Swift is good, actually??!” we can also allow Katy Perry this one moment where she successfully captured Read more

Aug 25
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+1 to closing the book on The Doors, so I never have to hear a Ray Manzarek organ noodle ever again in my life

Aug 24
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So much hate in these comments, whew wee! I like Respectable Serious Music Appropriate for My Age most of the time, but sorry, this album is full of bangers. I will never not turn up and rock out to Teenage Dream or E.T. if I hear them out in the wild. These are mathematical formulas as much as they are songs, but Read more

Aug 21
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This was great to watch, and ALSO a smart political move. One of the biggest swipes the Right takes at Joe Biden is what appear to be “senior moments” where he stammers or stumbles over words that are likely borne of his stutter. Having Brayden speak addresses this head-on and acts as a reminder that when Fox News and Read more

Aug 17
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I am literally fine with a return to some semblance of normalcy, and a President who makes that his priority. I think we need to get used to the idea that IF a Biden wins in November, the next few years will likely not experience any radical progress but will be all about stability and returning to a baseline of Read more

Aug 17
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Sure, best predictor of future behavior is past behavior, etc etc etc. But I also suspect a lot of people walking around feeling sullen about this ticket haven’t even bothered to do a looksee at their platform. It’s good! If they accomplished even a quarter of what they run on for criminal justice reform, climate Read more

Aug 14
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Dude, YOU said this: “Oh, it’s not his age that’s the reason I think Joe Biden is a goner. It’s the sundowning and clear confusion”  Read more