Thursday, April 9, 2015

What's up with this?

First I hope I'm not violating any HIPAA rules by posting this picture so it's on purpose really bad and you can't really tell what's going on.

That's me on the left side of the picture.  The back of my new electric chair.  That's not the thing.  The weird thing is the two guys over my right shoulder.  They usually leaving about the same time I'm showing up for my weekly physical therapy appointment.

You can almost tell from the picture but they wearing exactly the same clothing.  There wearing the same genes, the same T-shirt, the same button-down flannel shirt, the same vest, the same jacket, and they are going to put on the same hat.  Every week since the fall these guys have been dressed the same.  It's really unlikely that they share the same clothes because one is about 6 inches taller than the other.

So I'm not so worried about HIPAA regulations and I asked my family if they know what's going on with this.  It could be a creepy twins thing, and maybe my twins would know more about it.  That conversation didn't go anywhere.  Then I thought out loud that maybe it's a relationship thing, that some people who were partners might get into dressing the same.  That's when I lost even more coolness, "What makes you think they're gay!"  Oh shit, now I am homophobic.  Who knew?




11 comments:

  1. Ad below is for "HIPAA Security Checklist"

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    1. please click on those ads. that's my only source of income.

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  2. HI Michael -- Great Blog entries -- Was thinking of you today and logged on, and you have a new post today--I think I am a little psychic - Lori from NYU

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  3. I hadn't known there were ads on your blog because I use Firefox Adblocker Plus and Ghostery. But now that I know this is your only income, I used IE and just clicked on 5 ads from different posts, clicking only on big corporate ads to save the small business cash.

    Thanks for the more frequent posts. It truly makes me very happy to read of your improvement and see that your sense of humor is still present. I hope you'll make it to the PTA Run so I can say hello and shake your hand as you motor across the finish line.

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    1. I clicked on some more ads for you today on my non-AdBlocker browser. I think you need to use more big buck SEO key words to for the better paying Google AdSense words, like mesothelioma lawyer, insurance, mortgage, loans, credit (google expensive google adsense words for the whole list). If anyone complains about the sudden weird esoteric words just popping into your usual post, just blame your meds (that's always a winning argument) or the fact that you were searching for a mesothelioma lawyer who needed a mortgage loans with bad credit and no insurance holding a Fendi bag outside a Miami beach condo while holding a Honda Odyssey minivan next to a Toyota Sienna having Geico and Progressive insurance policies. Or something like that :)

      But, seriously, glad you're doing better and keep up the good fight against whatever alphabet soup disease they assign to you.

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    2. I think it's your browsing history that creates your choice in ads

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    3. I think it's your browsing history that creates your choice in ads

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    4. It's not the search history (that's for when you use Google search) but the key words on your website: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2497976?hl=en. That's why websites repeat key buzz words in articles, headlines and meta tags so that it will hit the "search engine optimization" part of Google and deliver ads and increase the Google page rank. It's a whole industry. The information on the page, and not our own individualized search history, is why we all saw HIPAA compliance ads (it was triggered by your reference to HIPAA regulations and possible violations in your post).

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  4. As a FYI-I assume you've filed for Social Security Disability because of your inability to work. If you haven't you should as you'd likely qualify and you'd get benefits for your self and your twins (if they're still under age 18).

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