Ti' planes u ch'o'obo' yéetel wíiniko'ob jach k'aas u biin.

Self-surgery: screen test

This was the final screen test before I tried self-surgery.

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Self-surgery preparation: tumor or moles

Equipment for self-surgery

I have my equipment ready for doing surgery on myself. I don’t have local anesthesia. I most want to remove the large tumor on my chest because it is uncomfortable and because it is ugly.

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Local help (I hope)

Cut finger

Three steps to healing.

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The cure is cheaper than the illness

Supporting my recovery is less expensive than supporting my suffering.

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Why do I help people who try to rob me?

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The budget


I wish I didn’t have to waste so much time every week writing posts begging for permission to live.

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Fight the power. Hunter Hogan at

Ti' le ichil 26 horas, Ma' in movido ya'ab. Weenelnajen seen bix u páajtal, Ba'ale' ts'o'ok in lelo'oba' ts'o'ok pesadillas, in chi'ibal kaal, ka wu'uyik ba'ax páap tuláakal. In ’ m wenel ti' le lu'umo' jaantiko'ob jump'éel edificio yéetel ku beetik jump'éel minutos, a guy tried to steal my phone from my . ..

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Better symptoms, cleaner, but nothing is free

Some good things, a potentially great contact, I smell pretty, and the cost.

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Daily cost, no electricity & leprechauns

Pot of gold

To stay alive, I need US$9.70 per day for medicine. I need more if I am to heal and be able to work.

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Therapeutic protocols, three versions: homeless, amateur & professional

Four doctors, three options, two new medicines, and one leprechaun.

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