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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by merlin50, 19 Jun 2012.

  1. peaps2

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    rise to the occasion and he wins, hes not worth it.
     
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    so can my missus,but to be able to do that she has to take around 30 tablets a day,she has 3 disks that are degenerating.
    she had to fight to get dla.
    but thats not unusual,my youngest was born with bi lateral talipes(club feet)at 4 months old he had an op to bring his feet back down to something fairly normal.we fought for 5 years for him to get something,finally when they decided after a tribunal they then took his blue badge away.well in there opinion he is normal.
    upto about 4 months ago he had to have pedro boots specially made for him,but now at the age of 9 his feet(apparently)are now too wide for them so he has had inserts made,so we had to go out and get his very 1st pair of shoes.
    i also know someone who swings the lead and they get dla,but my son now doesnt.HOWS THAT WORK THEN?

    just because your not stuck in a wheel chair doesnt mean your not disabled.
     
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    i have seen lots of people leave this forum because of people like jo
     
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    Joe you wouldn't know about the world out there!!! as you live here as a persistent wind-up merchant - aka "troll" !!!

    Merlin and anyone else.... don't respond to Joe's posts... treat them as an unwanted advert or a leaflet put through your door... bin it... responding asks for trouble !!! :rolleyes:
     
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    Merlin don't get wound up by Joe. This Forum is an incredible source of info... Balance that against GD and enter at your own risk.... be strong and enjoy DIYnot's great contributors on the boards...
     
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    why do the mods put up with it
     
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    :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: good one !!!!
     
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    Before the thread gets locked if your refering to the guy that has locked in syndrome i would agree that if he consents via his computer that he want wants to die then surely that should be sufficent but then on the other hand if i was a doctor im still not sure i could give him that jab after all if im a doctor then im a doctor that has signed up to save live lifes :confused:
     
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    you wouldn't make it in Vetenary college then !!! :eek:
     
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    Ive no problem putting a dog down its one less sh1t on the pavement but a human?
     
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    a human that's in pain?? or a mate on the battlefield with a tank track on half of his face..... would you wait for him to die naturally?
     
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    Joe 90 has a valid point why not rig a computer controlled syringe so he could command it
     
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    no id put a bullet in him
     
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    this guy isnt asking for a bullet and as he's not on a battlefield i would not have a gun so hello!!! :rolleyes:
     
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    with respect, it's about being able to judge when a life's (human or not) value outweighs its chance of survival or quality of existence.

    a vet can do that to a horse with a broken leg... and doctors do it all the time, turning off life supprot machines...

    This guy would sign to say he's had enough... how can we force him to continue with his "worthless" life?
     
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