My recent, unplanned, and unscheduled trip to the hospital with a heart attack left me with a few observations I'd like to jot down. First, let me say, that all of the medical professionals with whom I came into contact were invariably kind, of inexhaustible good cheer, and under the circumstances, coping with a veritable flood of people. When I arrived in the emergency room last Tuesday for what would be a more-than-twelve-hour stay there, I was not alone. One gentleman  whom I struck up a conversation with had been there twelve hours already, just waiting for a room to open up for him.  Three other gentlemen and two ladies were in similar situations, and had waited similarly long times.

It is not with the individual nurses or doctors that I have a beef, but rather, with some of the "indicators" and messages the hospital itself was sending. And that message was "one size fits all."

When I was wheeled into the emergency room on the gurney, the first thing I saw was a sign that (paraphrasing a bit) said this:

It is the policy of St. XXXXX's Hospital that all patients and staff must be masked at all times."

Now here I was, more or less gasping for breath, and checked in with "respiratory distress" (meaning that for whatever reason I couldn't breathe) and the hospital was not practicing medicine with me, it was executing a policy upon me, and everyone else. One of those gentlemen with whom I shared the ER that day and night was an elderly gentleman who, again, had already been there several hours waiting for a room, suffering acute bronchitis, who, like me, was made to wear a mask. In both our cases, we finally received oxygen bottles, and while those gave some relief to both of us, we both finally gave up, and snuck as many breaths unmasked as we could. Fortunately, the ER administrators  gave the nod and wink.

After all, the policy was absurd, and it wasn't medicine.

At least in my case, the one size fits all ended as soon as they figured out I was having a heart attack... some twelve to thirteen hours after I was admitted to the emergency room.

Then came "the look".  We all know what hospitals are like: they're like Minos' labyrinth, and you're lucky to get some sort of Ariadne's thread to help you find your way around the place and its mazes of hallways, additions, new buildings, old doors, banks of elevators, and avoid the Minotaur/charge nurse. So while being wheeled around from one department to the other and answering the same questions over and over again, on more than one occasion I got "the look": are you "injected" (my word not theirs) against Covid? When I responded no, and I wasn't going to be either, I received "the look." On one occasion, the only really unpleasant one, a "medical professional" proceeded to lecture me on how I was endangering everyone else.  Now, the beauteous irony of that was that the emergency room had done a covid test, which came back negative. So the upshot was, I was "getting the message" to receive an injection for something I didn't have, which injections have been known to cause adverse reactions like heart inflammation and heart attack, and there I was, suffering a heart attack and congestive heart failure and about to be catheterized, angioplastied, stinted and pumped full of more get-rid-of-the-excess-water drugs than the Three Gorges Dam!

In short, it was the sum total of these "little things" that make me wonder: has the planscamdemic made this country  - and the practice of medicine policy - completely mad!?!?

Well that's it for today's little blog. As I mentioned, I may or may not be back this week with more blogs... right now it very much depends on my energy and rate of recovery.

Thank all of you again for your support and prayers, and

I'll see you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. RyzomeRyan on January 17, 2022 at 5:43 pm

    Took my father to the ER last week. We got the exact same treatment. Everyone, myself included, suspected Covid. So then came the protocols… “Stay in this room and don’t leave!” “Did you get YOUR flu shot?” “Did you get YOUR covid vaccine?” The insinuation was thick towards both him and me. Covid swab was negative. Flu negative. Turned out double pneumonia. The looks dropped quickly, almost as if they didn’t care anymore. One shot of antibiotics and we were out of there. Makes me wonder how many people in 2020 were pushed onto a ventilator before anything else.

  2. teachpeace on January 16, 2022 at 1:54 pm

    I was glad to find in your own words the blow by blow of your ordeal~ Speedy recovery Dr. Joe~

  3. jenuspect (Jeannette B) on January 16, 2022 at 1:07 pm

    You know that chemical laden air that had Shiloah all anxious and Dr. Farrell’s sinuses completely blocked?…well, I would maybe say, quit breathing Dr. Farrell! and everyone else, …if we didn’t need to breathe…sending prayers instead!

  4. Barbara on January 15, 2022 at 10:18 am

    Big thank you to medical team, that successfully performed Dr. Farrell angioplasty and stent placement and saved his life.

  5. PaulieK on January 14, 2022 at 7:58 pm

    Dear Dr. Farrell, my prayers to the Holy Great Martyr and Healer, St. Panteleimon, for your healing.
    I’m a smoker too. I have to say that I smoke more when people push me to quit, and especially when they approach me with the negative side of it. (black lungs, etc) In other words, why quit if my lungs are black anyway? I only slowed down a bit when one of my sisters, a former smoker, made a list of positives for me, and she didn’t push.
    I heard that smoking Lobelia Inflata is good for the heart and lungs. Not drinking it in tea or anything like that, but actually smoking it. Now all I have to do is learn how to roll cigarettes!

    • Lordmeredith on January 16, 2022 at 4:49 am

      N-acetylcysteine is absolutely incredible for the lungs as is lots of fresh squeezed lime juice.

      Heart issues are usually from dirty blood. To clean lip those arteries try serrapeptase at like 250k units along with nattokinase on an empty stomach and don’t eat anything within 2 hours of taking it. Additionally vitamin k2 will bring all the calcium in your blood back to your bones where it belongs.

      I really enjoy reading your blogs, I just found out about your great research. I was listening to your interview with Ms Germaine and I wish to explain that the current debt-based credit system is the most genius system ever created. Watch the movie The Aviator where Howard Hughes is on a first name basis with treasury agents. He’s running out of funds and his account asks him what’s he going to do. He says to mortgage it. The reason is because he’s going to assign that debt asset (the note is a cash item to the bank) and all it needs is an assignment or to make it payable. What does the bank do ? “Pay to the order of Bank of America without recourse” What do I do? “Ssn, pay to the order of Any Federal Reserve Bank or Branch or General Depository for credit to United States Treasury “ and poof and cha-Ching. We stand on the shoulders of Titans brother. Please consider my research for your best health. Love and abundance to us all.

  6. Myne on January 14, 2022 at 3:48 pm

    I really wish all of you would stop saying “quit smoking” to Dr. Farrell. Those who harp on it have no idea what it is to quit to some people. I did quit, but it took me 2 years to completely put the cigs down. I chose to use vaping to wean myself off the cigs. Back when I did it there were really only those pen type vaporizers available. Those things are crap. When the larger vape units started hitting the market, I made some headway. But I still had moments when I HAD to have a cig. So, I would have a cig, and then go back to the vape for however long I could stand it. That continued for quite a while until one day I made it a whole day without a cig. My lungs were clearer and I could get good full breaths and walk a lot farther. I could also taste food again.
    My dad was a pretty smart fella and he swore cigs MADE cholesterol in your body. I am not medical personnel but I can say prior to quitting my cholesterol was really high. After quitting, my cholesterol came down to normal levels.
    Dad also swore there was something they put in cigarettes that was way more addictive than tobacco. I believe this given the horrible time I had putting them completely down. When I craved, it wasn’t the tobacco I felt I needed. There was something else. Given the chemical soup they put in them, I believe it.
    Yes, I am aware of the “popcorn lung” they say is a risk of vaping. I have vaped now for a long time with absolutely no side effects.
    Dr. Farrell has to do what is best for him, and I have every confidence he will. Please don’t preach.

  7. rigdzin on January 14, 2022 at 1:48 pm

    So wonderful to read this this morning Dr. Farrell. I’ve been praying so hard for you and shiloh and all of us who love you so very very very very much!

    If you don’t have the book by Dr. Tom Cowan “Human Heart Cosmic Heart” I would be happy to have it sent to you as well as some Strovidal Capsules. I love them. They help the heart I take them. No digestive problems. It is a powder and tasteless. I open the capsule and put the powder under my tongue.
    -Medicinal Action and Uses—The sole official use of Strophanthus in medicine is for its influence on the circulation, especially in cases of chronic heart weakness. As its action is the same as that of digitalis, Have someone give me an address to send the book and the capsules to please if you would like them.
    [email protected]

    Still praying,

    • rdaystrom1968 on January 14, 2022 at 3:50 pm

      Hello Dr. Farrell. I a glad your doing well!

      I am new to your website. I am having some trouble directly applying to your current update “One Size Fits All.” I am piggybacking onto Rigdzin’s comment. I hope this person doesn’t get too angry.

      Right now the doctors are having you take a cocktail of drugs. This will be affecting your daily energy levels. Since you are a “smoker” research from Dr. Indu B. Chatterjee has found that a daily regime of 3000 mg of vitamin C will negate the harmful effects of your smoking. I would strongly recommend 800 or 1000 mg of mixed tocopherols (natural) vitamin E. This will strengthen cardiac muscle. Lastly checkout the website

      Good Luck & Good Health

  8. Sandygirl on January 14, 2022 at 10:40 am

    My father died of a heart attack when he was 40 years old and he didn’t smoke.
    Heart disease is the number one leading cause of death in the U.S. Fast paced lifestyles and more stress.
    Smokers are at about 15% of our population so 85 percent of all deaths are non smokers.
    Japan has the highest number of smokers yet is at the top for highest lifespans.
    Anyone else here considered the possibility that Dr. Farrell was targeted by exotic means, which he has blogged about many times over the years. He has taken us down many dark rabbit holes, he holds the light for us to see. It’s a heavy light to carry at times but many of your friends are there to help you Dr. Farrell. Take care of yourself, recharge your energy. we really need your light.

    “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien

    • Richard on January 15, 2022 at 2:15 am

      One must admit that that [“exotic” predisposition] tickled a synapse and associated dendritic connection besides that lifestyle potential.

    • Barbara on January 15, 2022 at 10:15 am

      @SANDYGIRL, Japan, has top health care system, nutrition and life style is so much more in sync with nature, family ties and dynamics are also so much more healthy/sane. All contributes to longer life spans in general. None of the less study below unequivocally confirms, that even in Japan smoking shortens life span just about a decade.

  9. Mr Sophistication on January 13, 2022 at 11:47 pm

    Sorry to hear about the attack on your heart but it’s encouraging to see that you’re alert and feisty. Rest up and drink plenty of water. Looking forward to the next installment of Labyrinth General Hospital.

  10. marcos toledo on January 13, 2022 at 10:15 pm

    Twelve to thirteen hours wait it is a miracle your still alive Joseph which makes me suspect that a good many of the COVID DEATHS are due to long waits. A simple way to increase the death figures and keep the scamdemic circus going.

    • InfiniteRUs on January 14, 2022 at 9:31 am

      And the C label covers up their negligence. And being negligent earns them 50 thousand from the government if they expire. Not surprising when big, for profit corporations start buying up all the hospitals in every state with the goal of maximizing profits every way they can get a way with. And guess who the major stockholders are of these corporations buying up all the nations hospitals? Same ones that own the pharma companies, insurance companies, largest hedge funds and big banks. Many conflicts of interests here and a shell game of the money that comes from government and tax payers ultimately to finance it all. When one corporation has to pay out a policy to another corporation you own did it really cost you anything? And when the vast majority of your customers are medicare recipients payed for by the governments then ultimately it is the tax payers paying for it all. So might as well have free health care like Europe and low costs because either way taxes are paying for everything.

  11. Alkimia on January 13, 2022 at 9:18 pm

    While expect people are commenting our of genuine love for the Doc, can we give him a break on the “stop smoking” commentary? I doubt the lecturing is welcomed, particularly at this time.
    Besides aren’t we allowed one vice? Smoking is not even on Dante’s list!

    • Sandygirl on January 14, 2022 at 11:08 am

      The covid psyop is playing out the same way as they demonized smokers 20 years ago. It’s no surprise they brought out…. The poor children need the jab also because they are dying. Massive propaganda non stop 24/7. All of us are under their spell in So many ways. They are masters in psychology of how our brains process information.

      • Richard on January 15, 2022 at 2:17 am

        To borrow from Edward Bernay:
        . . . . “Pro[p]aganda, from Edward Bernays book on “Propaganda, . . .Propaganda bears the same relation to education as to business or politics. It may be abused. It may be used to over-advertise an institution and to create in the public mind artificial values. There can be no absolute guarantee against its misuse.”. . .

        It’s no wonder that his book “Propaganda, copyright in 1928,” still rings true today. It’s very effective. Not to mention, easily traced throughout

        (The Party of the east by going west or Beijing; Moscow; Teheran; Pyongyang; and sometimes Islamabad) seem to be using a “three warfare’s” approach: Strategic Psychological Operations; Overt and Covert Media Manipulations; Exploitation of National and International Legal Systems; toward undermining any kinetic confrontation with the US Armed Forces. They’re interesting lessons, to be sure, that are currently playing out in real time. Some of them ridiculously crazy, too, as well as astonishingly obvious.

        Throw into the mix of how [fear], an emotion that dominates human behaviour, is likely being weaponized: To twist anxiety into hate; suspicion into violence; and cowardice into surrender; it’s another triad of manipulation that seems to have been handed down through time along with greed of power, control, and subversion. There are those working hard at creating some sense of helplessness – activities that are also becoming exceedingly obvious and have no place in a free nation and that are being recognized as the shams they are.

        For those ‘own-nothing-be-happy’ types, it must really chafe being perpetual losers throughout history.

  12. Don B on January 13, 2022 at 5:15 pm

    Yea, it’s tough to quit when you’re a heavy smoker like I was. My wife told me I would have to take off work at least 3 weeks or I would end up alienating every one working for me, and then I would implode. lol. So, I did and climbed a few walls for a couple of weeks and managed to quit. I missed them for a few months and that was it.

  13. Joe on January 13, 2022 at 4:36 pm

    Thank God you were able to make it .To be frank I know of others who were not as lucky.One in fact contracted Covid while in the ward post op(stent).According to hospital sources,the hospital gets a bonus when patients are positive and pass on.Robert Malone confirms it.Sure glad you’re O.K.I am not a church going guy but will make an exception ang go to my local Russian Orthodox Church and say a little prayer for you Doc.Take care now..

  14. Robbie on January 13, 2022 at 2:54 pm

    Dear Dr Farrell- I was desperately sad to hear of your recent health scare. I have been praying that you are going to be ok and on the road to full recovery. It can not be underestimated at the help and hope you have inspired in me over the last year having listened and read many of your books.You are a god send and inspiration to not only me but to many many others. That Is obvious. I am glad I was not at the hospital at that time as I am afraid I would have exploded at the insanity over this ‘sick safe policy’.
    My main wish Is to hope that the candle I light for you restores you back to the ‘war desk’ so that you can carry on to fight the Illogical with wit, laughter, hope, compassion and logic. This is what you are and represent to me and I feel blessed to know that your soul has and will remain in tact so that you may continue In your quest for a better world. God bless Dr Farrell. See you on the flip side. ExtremePilgrim.

  15. stephenmcnair on January 13, 2022 at 12:58 pm

    Wishing you heal fast and rest up. Sending prayers of healing. Thanks for all you have done over the years – you have always been a shinning light and touched many peoples lives positively. Your thoughts and laughter have kept me sane in this crazy world. Looking forward to seeing you again online when you are back to full health. Big Hugs and take care Steve

  16. Caseman on January 13, 2022 at 10:25 am

    Joseph, if you can, take care of yourself man! I also had to do a visit to the ER, covid ai, …intake nurse lectured me then I asked “so you are not going to do anything for me is that what you are telling me?”. They took me in. I do though find it reprehensible that I had to find my own self treatments including youtube and a Dr. from India advising of a method to clear my lungs and not to lie down but to sit up when you have covid pneumonia…which no one in the ER nor the paperwork they provided advised.

  17. alisonbell on January 13, 2022 at 8:52 am

    As has been tossed around a lot lately, and I agree: Hospitals are the new Auschwitz ovens.
    The new ‘follow the codes and the pre programmed treatment protocol’ designed by the administrator of the administrator, of the administrator (ad nauseam) or lose your job, disallows the practice of humane, human to human medicine. The protocols may kill you before you ever find out what is wrong with you. They may kill you by design. Bureaucracy has taken over medicine. You are not wrong, in fact, there is room for a much stronger statement than your polite description above. I, for one, am very grateful you escaped with your life intact. There is a place for allopathic medicine, and in your case it was what was needed. Luckily you were neg., stood your ground, got fixed and got out. You know how when you take your car in because you’ve got a broken something and they tell you one lie after another and suddenly a 26$ part turns into 2000$ dollar bill? That is today’s medicine.
    Kudo’s to you. Be strong. Stay strong. ❤️

  18. Zorost on January 13, 2022 at 7:20 am

    See a lawyer. Seriously. This isn’t internet bullshit-speak. Talk to a lawyer about potential causes of action.

  19. ragiza on January 12, 2022 at 6:32 pm

    Sorry you had the problem, but at least you survived it and the hospital.
    I hope you’re not only feeling better, but stay that way.

    >In short, it was the sum total of these “little things” that make me wonder: has the planscamdemic made this country – and the practice of medicine policy – completely mad!?!?<

    The native Americans used to do a lot of their "hunting" by scaring buffalo herds over cliffs. This is just the largely dull inherited wealth ultra-rich, advised by Kissinger-like closeted academics, operating another ugly game through their deep state servants. It was easy to scare the buffaloes, and if you're not running toward the cliff you're not a team player.

    I enjoy your books,,, so quit smoking…

    • beaubest91 on January 12, 2022 at 8:51 pm

      I concur. It may be time to cut back on the smokes or even quit altogether. I have found nicotine patches and aromatherapy inhalers very helpful in the process. It would give your heart and lungs a break and may prevent future hospital visits…

  20. Richard on January 12, 2022 at 6:32 pm

    These “planscamdemic,” pandemic, endemic, and any other [demic(s)] that seem to be fit the obstruction of healthcare by politics – very annoying and down right quackery by medical professionals trying to play Herr Quackness of science through politicking – not only needs to end, but now needs to be corrected a multitude of times. It’s a matter of record, too. Caveats of escape from accountability are waning and so are the make-shift plausible deniability – s that first moved the initial goal posts of directives. Many folks see and more are seeing clearly the charade that has gripped this business of appeasement for a lamer of an excuse toward that ‘make-nice-pick-out-furniture’ diplomacy of another distant Party. Quite the migratory model for lying it has become. Blatant Lying – an endemic that has become a pandemic of word wrestling for time to escape liability.

    One still has the questions, “What and WHO has been compromised?” and “By how much and by WHOm?”

    And people wonder why there’s an issue of healthcare at the front lines, staging areas, and emergency rooms in procedures of triage. Amidst the donning and doffing of personal protective equipment (PPE) there’s the matter of certain doffing some folks would like to see of elitist persons in the way of physician patient care.

    The focus of the ABC’s (airway – breathing – circulation, in this sense) have brought forth new modalities of care to consider when patient loads surge in metropolises and throughout the emergency medical services system. Restrictive breathing tactics are not one of them when an open and unrestricted airway is paramount.

  21. Jon on January 12, 2022 at 3:16 pm

    Having studied health and nutrition for 50 years, and having a number of family members and friends in various parts of healthcare, I wholeheartedly agree that the “boots on the ground” people in healthcare are generally NOT the problem (with some exceptions – there are “koolaid drinkers” everywhere). Most people drawn to healthcare, especially nurses, do so out of a dedication to serve which is similar to soldiers. They serve because they care about people and want to help.

    Unfortunately, the system which “edyoomakates” them is highly corrupt, and has been since the late 1800s. The Rockyfailure Lack-of-Trusts political/economic criminal cartel deeply distorted and corrupted both medicine and education, and we have suffered for it ever since. They have killed more people unnecessarily (and intentionally) than Hitler, Stalin, and Mao put together. They are hideous monsters, and Wall Street and “Mad Sons Avenue” are very willing accomplices.

    When given the actual facts and truth about health and nutrition, most medical professionals will adjust their thinking accordingly. Of course, there are always those who get into the field due to hubris and ego (“sometimes God thinks he’s a doctor,” as an old inside joke goes), and those stick out like the poxey blisters they are. But most are smart enough to reach rational conclusions when given real facts. That is why 80 percent of doctors and nurses do not get flu shots – they know those shots are worse than useless – they see the results every day, they just cannot correct the system from the bottom. They are victims of the lies as well.

    In the facility where I worked for a while, one of the programs was distant education for nurses for part of their degree, in order to get more nurses from small towns into healthcare. I was fortunate to have been asked to give presentations on essential oils, alternative medicine (which is really traditional medicine, having had its name purloined and perverted by the cartel), and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). It was eye opening for them, and many of them looked deeper into the subjects. One male nursing student even noticed that one of his favorite sports figures was using EFT during a particularly difficult game on TV. I did reach some young minds with some truth.

    As Weston Price said when asked how to fight the massive power of the industrial food cartels, “you educate, educate, educate.”

    There will always be those who “toe the line” of authority, regardless of how incredibly stupid and brutal that may be. Those people are in the minority and must be put in their place by rational, intelligent humans. The percentage of people who have awakened to the lies and machinations of the privileged elite is far greater than in any time in my life of nearly 7 decades. If we were getting information in a balanced and rational fashion from news sources, the situation would seem vastly different than it is being portrayed to us, and far more positive. That is one big reason why the elites are so desperate and scared. They can’t control all the rest of us, even with fancy tech. Our combined psychic energy alone is simply too massive for them. No amount of “spirit cooking,” genetic attack, or other pseudo-mystical nonsense will work. They simply do not comprehend the forces they are trying to manipulate; never have and never will. That is why they never learn and repeat the same mistakes over and over and over again.

    “Lord, what fools these mortals be.” (Puck – Shakespeare)

    • Robert Barricklow on January 12, 2022 at 6:33 pm

      Well said!

    • Margaret W. on January 13, 2022 at 11:10 am

      Hear! Hear! Jon … right there with you!

  22. anakephalaiosis on January 12, 2022 at 2:30 pm

    Salem witch trials were never about fear of witches, but fear of guilt of association. That is communism.

    Man’s instincts are hidden beneath a layer of morality, that is programmable. Communism corrupts that layer.

    Psychological manipulation of herd behavior, into a new normality, is the idolatry of communism.

    Scythian resistance is to break the seventh seal, on the sundial, and become pure instinct and intuition.

    Doctor Who’s Leela:

  23. remibeni on January 12, 2022 at 12:45 pm

    Glad you are back D. Farrell.

  24. Robert Barricklow on January 12, 2022 at 12:02 pm

    It was already Rockefeller mad.
    It just went to hysterically mad.
    [due to the black magic virus “narrative”].

  25. Aaron on January 12, 2022 at 11:13 am

    Here is to a speedy and full recovery. Many of us have had equally baffling, terrifying and annoying interactions with the policy professional class since the troubles (aka the sniffles) began. I have had friends die waiting to get treated for an infected toe.. seen people go from stage one to stage three cancer before any intervention because of covid overflow.. and it is the best of us. The elders the wise and good who are the ones singled out for inclusion in this “policy”… Though perhaps “solution” (read the final) is a more fitting and appropriate appellation considering the historical usage of that term and it analogous democratic socialist “woker’s” party ethics… Get well and God bless doctor Farrell

  26. GW on January 12, 2022 at 10:37 am–x27-S-EMERGENCY-USE-AUTHORIZATION:b
    I had an e-mail conversation about the topic recently, and people, let me tell you that the other guy was driving me crazy. It was like…if he was not capable to understand logical arguments at all, despite being honest and smart person. I am begining to believe that there is some magic at work. Or it was the e-mail ? Nothing digital has an integrity…

  27. DanaThomas on January 12, 2022 at 9:05 am

    In the near future we will see the Art and Science of Healing, as the “medical profession” falls by the wayside.

    • Richard on January 12, 2022 at 6:33 pm

      One is actually in favor of the medical professional regaining the Art Form of Healing as the Ancient’s knew while curbing the callus approach of present business-for-profit pharmacopoeia.

    • dogtired on January 13, 2022 at 4:13 am

      Blessings upon Dr Len Horowitz who advised the use of 528 with prayerful thanks, and blessings to you also.

  28. Billy Bob on January 12, 2022 at 7:09 am

    Performing according to policy and protocol rather than the art of healing, none shall deviate or out you go. Experienced the same a few months ago in a hospital, even the question from the cardiologist. “One size fits all” is the new normal. Those who don’t fit the mold? Well, we have a place for you too, according to our policy….

  29. Michael UK on January 12, 2022 at 6:39 am

    Joseph – be thankful that you did not require a full heart transplant!
    It could have been a pig’s heart. See yesterday’s news reports about the first man to receive a pig’s heart. Will he now have memories of farm yards, wallowing in mud and a ravenous appetite and honk honk? (we know heart cells store memories.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 12, 2022 at 2:31 pm


      Clever was pig, and much able,
      spell cast fully capable,
      and finest carbon
      fried bacon,
      kept dancing on table.

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