Talk about a cry for help by a young girl. People have access to large quantities of Ivermectin pills in Africa because it is such an essential, cheap and ubiquitous drug (remember, Ivermectin was called one of the three most important human drugs in history along with penicillin and aspirin – the P.I.A. Triumvirate – up until… Q1 of ARSH 2020), which is how she was able to take so much at once. She took 400 3mg pills. The standard antiparasitic dose for an average adult is roughly is 12mg, so she took a X100 dose.
She got punchy, barfy, sleepy and had wonky vision. She was released from the hospital on day four, and started university several months later.
I’m sorry this girl had a fight with her father and did this, BUT now we have a recorded incidence of Ivermectin “poisoning” PUBLISHED IN THE SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE which sounds to me to be milder than three rounds of French 75s made with Gordon’s Gin (that stuff is legit poison – never drink any gin that is sold at the supermarket, but especially Gordon’s 🤮.)
Ivermectin: The Safest Drug In The World
Tell a friend.
I hope this helps.
A 19-year-old Black female student residing in Obala (Centre Region, Cameroon) in Central Africa, was admitted in the Obala District Hospital on December 12, 2018 with a mildly altered state of consciousness [Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) of 13/15], after consuming a large quantity of ivermectin 3 mg tablets. Indeed, after an argument with her father when returning from school 1 day before admission to the hospital, the patient voluntarily swallowed about 400 ivermectin 3 mg tablets with suicidal intention. She opened a sealed box of 500 tablets of ivermectin 3 mg and when she was found in an altered state of consciousness (GCS 13/15), less than 100 tablets were remaining. About 1–2 hours after ivermectin intake, the patient experienced several episodes of vomiting containing some tablets, asthenia, and a mild altered state of consciousness. The persistence of the symptoms prompted her family to take her to the hospital. On admission, the patient was conscious but presented with an altered general state (asthenia and anorexia), nausea, rotatory vertigo, headache, and visual problems. All her vital signs were normal, but her Glasgow Coma Score was 13/15. Physical examination revealed bilateral mydriasis and reactive pupils, regular heartbeat with a 2/10 functional murmur at the mitral focus, and marked abdominal tenderness at the right iliac fossa. Neurological examination showed a kinetic ataxia with a small increase of tendon reflex. Uncorrected visual acuity was 1/10 for both eyes. Paraclinical examinations consisted of an abdominopelvic ultrasound showing a dilatation of the digestive loops with hyperperistalsis in favor of a spasmodic disorder and epigastric sensitivity at the passage of the probe. An electrocardiogram and electroencephalogram were normal. As for biological assessment, her blood count was normal, uremia and creatinemia were normal, while serum electrolyte test revealed a decrease in potassium concentration at 3.37 Meq/L (3.5–5.4 Meq/L), likely associated with vomiting. The assessment of liver function [transaminase, bilirubin, and gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT)], the fundus, and the eye scanner were normal. The post-ivermectin Loa loa microfilarial density, following a calibrated thick blood smear, was negative.
Of note, a notion of visual pathology was reported in her family, and she reported a visual disturbance prior to the intoxication that never required consultation. The patient also had a past medical history of unconfirmed asthma. She is the third of five siblings with two half-sisters, living with her father and mother-in-law, and had no known psychiatric pathology. She had no known allergy to any drug and had never swallowed ivermectin before this unfortunate event.
Management consisted of saline-based hyper-hydration, antiulcer (omeprazole 40 mg daily) for gastritis, paracetamol 1 g in case of headache, and monitoring of hemodynamic parameters. The evolution was satisfactory from day 2 to day 4 with a decrease of vertigo, asthenia, and ataxia, but a persistent decrease in visual acuity. She was discharged on day 4 despite slight asthenia and visual impairment. One month later, she was psychiatrically stable but presented with persistent visual disturbance. Six months after discharge, she passed the baccalaureate examination and was admitted at the university. She has been diagnosed with, and is currently treated for, myopia and hyperopia, likely present a while before the intoxication event.
As has been discussed here for years, the best secular, non-liturgical music is that which can be heard as either God singing to man, or man singing to God.
Just reiterating – this is music for OUTSIDE the liturgy – OUTSIDE the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the Divine Office.
Here’s one! A really good one, too!
“To Make You Feel My Love”, originally penned by Bob Dylan, but covered to great effect by my so-not-favorite country singer, in fact, the man who ATE country music… Garth Brooks. Yeah. I know.
Anyway, if you read the lyrics as God singing to mankind, and disregard the whole Garth Brooks qua Garth Brooks thing, it will make you cry. I have added a couple of suggestive motifs below, in red brackets.
When the rain’s blowing in your face
And the whole world is on your case [worldly and demonic persecution]
I would offer you a warm embrace [Confession and Eucharist]
To make you feel My Love
When the evening shadows and the stars appear [demons and their human allies and mercenaries]
And there is no one to dry your tears [because sweetie, there probably ain’t gonna be]
I could hold you for a million years
To make you feel My Love
I know you haven’t made your mind up yet [Because you have free will]
But I would never do you wrong [The Law]
I’ve known it from the moment that we met [When I created you and sewed you together in your mother’s womb]
There’s no doubt in My Mind where you belong [With Me, in heaven, forever]
I’d go hungry, I’d go black and blue [the Scourging at the Pillar]
I’d go crawling down the avenue [The Way of the Cross to Calvary]
There ain’t nothing that I wouldn’t do
To make you feel My Love
The storms are raging on a rollin’ sea
Down on the highway of regret [Sin]
The winds of change are blowing wild and free [Heretics, Antipope Bergoglio…]
But you ain’t seen nothing like Me yet [Come, Eternal and Unchanging Lord Jesus]
There ain’t nothing that I wouldn’t do [Humiliation, torture, execution, withstand sacrilege]
Go to the ends of the earth for you [Incarnation leading to Calvary, and then the Eucharist, the Real Presence in the Eucharist all over the earth in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass]
Make you happy, make your dreams come true [We can’t even begin to imagine…]
To make you feel My…….. Love [I’m in. You had me at “Hello.”]
I’ve been looking for this online for YEARS and it has finally popped up on YouTube. I grew up with this Time Life vinyl set on my turntable. It is by far the best compilation of all of the Big Band hits, recorded in Hi-Fi, probably in the 1970s, but with perfect fidelity to the original compositions. This YouTube posting is clearly a turntable capture via USB cable – you can hear the very subtle and sublime scratching that makes vinyl so nostalgic and wonderful for those of us who are old enough… to know and understand.
Well worth a bookmark, or even a full capture, if you have the ability. This is the BEST compilation of instrumental Big Band going, and just about the best late night cleaning-up-the-kitchen music you could ask for. Speaking of which, I better get after it.
In this episode we rejoice in a restored excellent internet connection and pursue tangents for the better part of 35 minutes before we recap the “new normal” of 18 year olds — including the sons of ultra-complaining, future NBA hall of famers — have cardiac arrests like it’s normal. We also muse about the insane spite and hatred of normality exuded by for-profit corporations; whether their wares are beer or fantasy it seems the modern woke want nothing more than to poke their fingers in the eyes of normal people, even if that leads to their financial demise. Time is short, it’s more paramount that you get right with God than you keep up with what Paramount released this week!
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Links, Reading, and Video:
- They don’t believe any of [that stuff]
- Wisdom: let us be attentive. Mother Wilhelmina Lancaster
- Benedictines of Mary, Queen of the Apostles (founded by Mother Wilhelmina)
- “Barbie” is everything wrong with Hollywood
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Santiago y cierra España!
St. James, and strike for Spain!
I’m not optimistic for LeBron.
Hope the poor kid recovers, inasmuch as one can recover from being willfully poisoned.