Screw the Golden Years #3
Somehow the subconscious mind seamlessly combines gold, feces, enemas, lower-bowel evacuations, fecal implants, and colonoscopies.
According to “Americans Get Too Many Colonoscopies,” Science 2.0,, Sept. 30, 2014 …
“‘The idea that a large proportion of the 14 million screening colonoscopies performed annually in the US are actually done unnecessarily is especially concerning in light of the 28 million Americans between 50 and 74 who are not up to date in colorectal cancer screening,’ says Gina Kruse. ‘The overused colonoscopies on the patients in this study alone represent a potential excess of over $1 million in health care spending — resources that might benefit those who are overdue for colon cancer screening.'”
How many patients who the doctors don’t call again are going to feel like such hussies for being used?
Why are so many millions of people so willing to get corn-holed by a camcorder?
Here’s some superb dialogue from a recent interview (Aug. 30, 2016) on One Radio Network …
Dr. Jennifer Daniels: “I’m sure she [Queen Elizabeth II] doesn’t get sodomized each year with a colonoscopy.”
Patrick Timpone: “Sodomized with a colonoscopy? Oh, boy, are you going to be feisty this morning? Sodomized with a colonoscopy?”
J.D.: “Well, that’s what it is.”
P.T.: “Well, I’ve known people who have done that, Dr. Daniels, and what’s curious is sometimes they don’t even tell you that they’re going to snip some things that they don’t like what they see; they just do it.”
J.D. “Right. Well, wait a minute; you signed a consent form, and the fine print says, they’re gonna snip what they want.”
P.T. “Oh, I see. That’s how they get away with it.”
J.D. “Oh, yeah; you sign a consent form, that’s it, baby, you’re done.”
P.T. “Man, I wouldn’t let anyone stick that thing up my bum and start snipping stuff.”
J.D. “I wouldn’t let ’em stick it up my bum, period, whether they snip or no snip.”
P.T. “No snip; yeah, I agree.”
J.D. “I just wasn’t raised that way; I’m not that kinda girl.”
Neil Weiner & Sharon E. Robinson Kurpius (Shattered Innocence: A Practical Guide for Counseling Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, 1995) wrote …
“The second stage, the anal stage, occurs during the second to third year of life. The primary activities are giving and withholding. The child learns retention and expulsion control over his or her bowels during toilet training. If the child over-controls, adult personality traits associated with ‘anal retentive’ behavior include stinginess, obstinacy, and compulsive orderliness. At the opposite extreme are traits associated with anal expulsive behavior — cruelty, destruction, acquiescence, dirtiness, and messiness.”
Let’s just get down to basics and combine Freud’s anal stage with the Gold Standard.
Lecia Bushak (“Gold In Your Poop?: Scientists Claim Millions Of Dollars In Metals Can Be Found In Human Feces,” Medical Daily, Mar. 26, 2015) wrote …
“It’s possible there’s gold in your poop, according to a group of scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Millions of dollars in it.
“In addition to the food we eat, human waste contains a variety of metals and minerals — including gold, copper, and silver, which find their way into waste through beauty products, detergents, and other products. In their study, the researchers measured the amount of gold in human waste product, and found that they were at the ‘level of a minimal mineral deposit,’ Kathleen Smith, a USGS geologist who worked on the study, said. This means that if those levels were found in rock, they’d be considered a possible mining prospect.”