So I have to trust the NHS more, but I hear undertones in people’s speech. I believe they are all networked together, there is a mental telephone exchange, but that is not what I want to discuss. I perceive a war in the NHS about how best to treat people. It is a culture war. I heard undertones from my care co-ordinator saying that “I don’t have to get so political, we’re here to help”, that was reassuring, but she didn’t say it out loud. The war is none of my business, but it is because the patients are caught in the middle, and I am particularly sensitive to it owing to my background. I fear the militants and have sympathy with the sufferers (the majority of patients), whom the militants are fighting for. But ultimately I don’t fit into either camp.
One yang between two yin, middle son - at least that’s what I read
Shouldn’t there be an apostrophe?
No apostrophe’s if there’s a catastrophe in the Dynasty.
I can be incoherently coherent too pal.
Bring on the chimpanzees and white whales.
@DNA STOP. Don’t tease people sicker than you.
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