What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

I have multiple sclerosis, trigeminal neuralgia and I made this podcast to share what I’m going through.



In “NEW SHOES 2KXXIV,” I get new shoes for the first time in years, piece together a classy color scheme of colors with gross-sounding names and austerity in the UK impacts people with disabilities.

Through this episode, I invite you to join me in unraveling the complexities of this multifaceted experience.

Hoppin Hot Sauce Toasted Pistachios

1 cup pistachios, 2 teaspoon whole cumin seed, 1 teaspoon aji-no-moto, 1 Tablespoon Hoppin Hot Sauce, salt, olive oil. Stir together and lay out on a baking sheet lined with a silicone or parchment baking sheet.

Place in a 350 degree oven for 3 to 4 minutes. Stir, and return to the oven for 3 or 4 minutes, until the cumin is fragraant.

Let them cool for a few hours. Once I got going, I was unable to stop eating them even for a sip of beer.

Shout outs

Shout out to Matt who was into the blood episode – we watched the playoffs with our families

Geographical Shout outs

Shout outs to the cities, towns and countries that listen to this podcast

Green Kitchens Sicken Millions

Color scheme made up of Gross sounding colors like taupe and puce

Mauve birch get out the way

Don’t Pull The Trigger On A Face Tattoo

Reminder to the listeners as an alternative to getting the facial tattoo is to subscribe to the newsletter

If I were ever to have an advertiser maybe a good one would be tattoo removal

Cursing For Kids

Swearing nursery rhymes like Little Miss muffet sat on her motherfucking tuppet eating her curds and way shit

Stompin’ in my Drew Force V

I got new shoes –

at walk rite for life

who set me up with a custom fit, which I need to fit my AFO inside

Less than total teetotaling

“one or two beers half-january” is finally over

Putting us all together

Due to budget shortfalls, city councils in the United Kingdom are considering cutting assisted living programs and forcing disabled people to move into state-run facilities.

If you want a symbol of this country’s shredded safety net, look no further than Mark in Bristol.

For the past 30 years Mark, who has cerebral palsy, has lived in his accessible bungalow with the support of personal assistants. That care package has enabled the 58-year-old to build a life at the heart of his community: from being a governor at the local school and training as a social worker, to holding a season ticket for his beloved Bristol City football club, “It’s more despair than joy,” he smiles.

From next week, that life could start to disappear. As the latest local authority to strain under growing social care costs and dwindling resources – the city faces a budget hole of £17m next year, expected to rise to £32m in the years to come – Bristol council is proposing a “cost-effective” solution: if a disabled person’s in-home care is not considered “best value”, they could be told to live in a care home instead. It is the stuff of a domestic horror movie: a bureaucrat deems your life too expensive, and you’re forced to pack your bags and spend the rest of your days in an institution.

Frances Ryan, “Think of this: a plan to ‘warehouse’ disabled people. What kind of nation is Britain becoming?” Thu 25 Jan 2024

Laughing Fools

We had our friends over to watch the football game

I undercooked the beans again but it didn’t matter, we had a good time

Afterwards, my wife and I laughed so much at bedtime, being goofy

“New Shoes 2KXXIV” Selfie


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