I watched with awe and wonder as the President of the United States walked down the steps of the airplane waving to an excited crowd. The President was Dwight D. Eisenhower. I was with one of many busloads full of elementary school kids who were staring out the windows of the airport, our jaws dropping at the sight of this man who was bigger than life itself. As far as us kids were concerned, this was the leader of the free world. This was a man who deserved every ounce of respect he was given. But I regress…
People are stupid. Well… not all of them. Well… not you, I’m sure. But for the most part. People are stupid. I know you agree. In all fairness, maybe ignorant is the better term. This may very well be the result of their own choosing, just wanting to be as blissful as possible, and all. Or, they may be overly presumptuous by nature, often confusing their opinion with fact. At any rate, before we go any further, let’s dispell the myths and misconceptions concerning MSA. In layman’s terms.
I was once one of those irritating people who would rise and shine with the purpose of conquering the day. You know the type. While you’re still guzzling caffeine trying to remember your name, they’re already trying to accomplish something worthwhile. Bloody idiots. Since I’m no longer one of those types I have no remorse in chastising their unnatural behavior. It’s kind of like being an ex-smoker.
A few more memory diodes short-circuited today. I can tell when they blow. It’s like a mosquito landing on a bug-zapper. Zzzz… It’s to be expected. I’m hopeful with time this disease will wipe out some long-term memories I’ve been purposely trying to forget for years. Multiple System Atrophy can have its distinct advantages.