Posts tagged ‘daughter’

04/14/2011

Drugs Sex and Marriage

by James Jett

I am reviewing my notes from years pass and recall a show on TV discussing genetic testing. The questions were about kind, loving human beings donating hearts, lungs and other parts of the body for some one else to use and stay alive. With the kindness of others, many people will live. When the host asked the Geneticists how sure he was when he said “we have a match” once the test was complete, he answer, — as I recall, he said— ‘we are sure”.  When asked if he told the parents that could mean the father is not the biological father, he said “no, I do not want to get involved in a law suit”. Most of the time , he said, “I can see that the man is not the child’s father. Fifty percent of the Black men and thirty-five percent of the White men are not the biological father. Unless the labs have a better procedure, the paying customers will not get correct information to the question, is this my child?

Watching the TV show “The Doctors” as I chance to do some time twice weekly or more. Luckily I saw the show when the genetic testing kit, a tool or procedure that a person use to decide if he is the father of a child. As I understand it, a woman can give birth to a child and use this kit to prove that the man is the child’s father. Or better yet, a man can use the kit to show that some one else fathered the child. This gadget or kit is another example of the failed timing of the drug and instruments designed for human use and consumption. In that, it mimic the birth control pill, remember the birth control pill was use to solve the problem for those who could not wait until marriage to have sex, or wanted to delay the next pregnancy.

Couples using condoms to prevent pregnancy welcomed the “pill” because it seem to give more pleasure, closeness and overall satisfaction. We later learned that it –the pill— also exposed both partners to sexually  transmitted decease, even if only one partner was having an affair.  With the pill you could engage in sex without putting a condom on or taking anything off and unwanted pregnancy was no longer a concern.

What good is the “pill” now, if you or your partner is engaging in sex with people who— care less — about your well-being?. You could get aids or any other venereal decease, even if you used the birth control pill.  It would have been better if the rich, careless and unwise drug companies had spent time researching a cure for all venereal decease, then the pill would be a benefit and not a liability.

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09/28/2008

Posts, Comments and Regrets

by James Jett

Yes the name for this blog could imply that I will write a post or a page every day. If that is what you think when you read this blog or see it’s title, your thinking is correct I fully intend to write something every day, that is my plan, that is my purpose and my goals.  It just that, over the last six months things got a bit tough. Yes I know: “when the gone get tough, the toughs get going.” I am always willing, ready and determine to be the tough and prove it by getting the job or task accomplished in a reasonable time frame. Hopefully with results so impressive, the delay will seem like a part of getting the job done, and get the benefits in the hands of those that waited with patience for the rewards!

For instance, Just as I started to answer comments and write some posts about the process we call claims I got dumped on again by the wind blowing down trees and put part of the city where my grandchildren live in the dark for up to seven days. The next day my seven-year-old granddaughter became ill at school and the school could not reach her parents, another student’s father came to the school to bring his daughter and the teacher asked him to stop by my granddaughter house and tell her mother that she is sick and need to come home. My daughter picked up her seven year old and brought her to her granddad to care for while she picks up her two sisters from school. For the next three days I nursed her back to good health and on the fourth day she was back in school that Friday, and Saturday the mother and the three daughters celebrated with the granddad at dinner time.
Early this year before winter ended in Ohio the ice and wind blew a Blue Spruce tree down and half landed in the yard next door and the other half remained in this yard. Since I was out of town no one knew how to operate the chain saw so they call someone to cut the tree in three sections so the two men could move it of the property next door and leave it for me to clean up by cutting it for firewood and get a chipper and make mulch out of the small limbs.  Immediately, after calling someone to get the tree moved, they should have called the insurance company, because the way things work here in Ohio: if a tree on my property fall on your property, your insurance should pay for removing that tree. Yes, it was my tree, but it is on your property, so call your insurance man. After cleaning up the mess, I did just that and was told by my insurance company that I need to get the name of the companies that insure the property next door and submit the claim to them.  Being a person that tries to eliminate delays, I went and measure the tree and then the distance from the place where it stood to the tip of the top branch or crown. Just as I thought, half was on my property and the other half on the property next door. Now I must call my insurance and seek directions on how to determine the insurance company to submit the claim for tree removal expenses.