Monday, April 20, 2020

Kansas City Lady Kangaroo Documents College Coronavirus Confessional

A scary account of a local encounter with the pandemic from a local scribe who shares the health scare in vivid detail . . . Read more:

My Experience With COVID-19 Symptoms

On April 6, 2020, I woke up at 5:30 a.m. in a sweaty panic. My heart was racing, my mind was spinning and I couldn't breathe. I had been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms since the previous week, so I immediately recognized this as a warning: Get to the hospital now.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Drama queen.

Anonymous said...

"Bethany Graham is a senior Creative Writing major at UMKC"

Fucking doubt it attention whore. Test was negative, never had a fever - the one symptom that cannot be faked.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Bethany Graham, for proving the point that getting tested for coronavirus is POINTLESS unless your symptoms are so bad that they're admitting you to the hospital. Medical staff need to know what they're dealing with, to quickly and efficiently treat you.

Ms. Graham also proves another point. There is a segment of the population that given the mere suggestion of a circulating "invisible enemy" virus, will manifest symptoms. Call it anxiety, hypochondria, depression, obsessive-compulsive, whatever, a significant portion of the population can be easily manipulated and herded by those seeking to abuse them. E.g., politicians, corporate news media.

Bottom line? Take care of your health because no one else will, constantly educate yourself, don't be a willing victim to predators, question the intent of those attempting to manipulate you, be responsible for yourself.

Anonymous said...

Her symptoms 100% psychosomatic...

Anonymous said...

^^I don't know maude, how many of these fucking posts are you going to write? Okay. You're fucking lonely, and you have no one. Now shut your fucking pie hole and go find something else to cry about!

Anonymous said...

I would rather read about some college chick getting fucked. Not some hypochondriac.

Anonymous said...

And yet you wouldn't because you're here. Dumbass! Weird.