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    • kawaboy
      • hello David Killingsworth
      • Username: kawaboy
      • In response to: "Who are you?" Who am I? I've been trying to figure that out for the 60 years I've been alive and I have not came any closer than when I started. I am a biker that made the mistake of not wearing a helment one day.
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    • Just for one day
      • I think I would be my mother. My mom has Alzheimers and is in a care facility. If I could trade places I would be certain without a doubt that she is getting good care. If she isn't getting good care I could find a different place for her.

      • answered by kawaboy on 04/25/2013
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    • Overcoming helplessness
      • I am mostly in charge of my life and most of the time I have a good idea of where I am going and how the decision I make will turn out. The last time I felt out of control was about six weeks ago. I was in the recovery room after knee replacement surgery. Of course I was pumped full of drugs and I have been clean for four years as a recovering addict. I overcame by keeping in mind that these drugs were a necessity and with a lot of meditation.

      • answered by kawaboy on 12/10/2012
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    • Musings On Loss
      • Help!!! I've lost my mind and I can't get up!!


        Helmet.

        My mind. I lost it Dec. 26, 1999 on Nasa Road One in Houston, Texas. I almost lost my life along with it but I only lost my mind. I was riding my motorcycle that day with no helmet on and spilled the bike. I spent two weeks in a coma and eventually recovered to live a somewhat normal life except I have a limited short term memory which effects everything negatively. The intention of this post is to try to get the message out to wear a helmet.

      • answered by kawaboy on 12/01/2012
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    • Me + 10...
      • Ten years older and hopefully wiser than I am now. I have been looking at nursing homes to see if one might fit me at 71. Things may change but right now and what I see in care today, I hope I just go in my sleep.

      • answered by kawaboy on 10/15/2012
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