Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Simple Message


My blood sugar is three times as high as it should be and the doctors can’t treat it because of the damage done by antidepressants.  This is my message:  stop taking antidepressants before you are permanently damaged–it may already be … Continue reading

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SUNY Upstate’s $122 Million Boondoggle (Part II)


On May 19, 2011, I filed a complaint about SUNY Upstate’s Institute for Human Performance with the NYS Office of the Inspector General.  It assigned the case number NYSIG #0393-032-2011 and referred it to SUNY auditor Michael Abbot and that’s the … Continue reading

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SUNY Upstate’s $122 Million Boondoggle (Part I)


In 2009 I moved into McCarthy Manor.  I was referred across the street for physical therapy at the Institute for Human Performance, which faces on 505 Irving Avenue, Syracuse NY. The Institute was built by the State University of New York … Continue reading

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MY DAY or It’s About the Immune System, Stupid


So I dragged myself out of bed after a disrupted night’s sleep and—tired all to pieces—I got a glass of orange juice, which sent me into a sneezing fit, which—along with the extreme fatigue, not to mention the shortness of … Continue reading

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From Upstate Medical Center to Frank Kobliski


Taxpayer’s alert:  Michael Abbot, auditor for the State University of New York, states that when he got a complaint that Upstate Medical Center’s $50 million Institute for Human Performance had been sitting two-thirds empty since its construction in 2000, he … Continue reading

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Calling Washington


What Sally Johnston did was create a program whereby the client, i.e., the competent citizen, would hire, train, schedule and supervise the aide.  The program would be embedded in an Independent Living Organization, such as ARISE, which would do the … Continue reading

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From Politics to Sally Johnston


This brings us to the question of politics.  According to Wikipedia, “Politics (from Greek politikos ‘of, for, or relating to citizens’) is the art or science of influencing people on a civic, or individual level, when there are more than 2 people … Continue reading

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