Transfer: 2M to 2E (4)

People watching became a treat for me. This place was overrun with characters and the group on the upper tier was extremely interesting. They were younger and wilder than us older guys on the bottom tier. Their “unlock” was alternated with ours each day. This was done to limit the number of guys in theContinue reading “Transfer: 2M to 2E (4)”

Transfer2M to 2E (3)

Later that evening, after I had dozed off, I was awakened by the sound of keys jingling as the night shift guard was unlocking the door. “Adams,” he said, “the nurse is here to see you.” It was the supervising nurse on the night shift, an RN with a lot of energy and confidence. “TheContinue reading “Transfer2M to 2E (3)”

Senate Business and Professions Committee: The Power Behind the Slander

My full time return to West LA was wonderful. I had been recruited by Payam Afsharian, who had purchased Brentwood Surgery Center and was looking for clients to use the facility. I was able to bring my own surgical staff, including an anesthesiologist and scrub tech, but more importantly, I also got Payam and hisContinue reading “Senate Business and Professions Committee: The Power Behind the Slander”

Television and No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

We were unable at USA Studios to come up with a project that satisfied the executives (and I soon learned that a lot of ideas, and a lot of shows, never make it to air). I was therefore free of that commitment and interviewed for the job on NBC, a show that was to beContinue reading “Television and No Good Deed Goes Unpunished”

More From UCLA

I began my career at UCLA as an outcast, a role with which I was actually quite comfortable. It defined pretty much my whole life. I was an outsider at Harvard; I was an outsider at Ohio State; and there was no reason for this to start out any differently. Everyone was uncertain of exactlyContinue reading “More From UCLA”

UCLA

However, “the real game”, the game of life, was just beginning. I was also looking at what to do next. Do I go home to private practice? Do I continue on? Having been accepted to the University of Michigan training program meant that you would somehow go into academic medicine. No one said it, noContinue reading “UCLA”

Kanye West’s Lawyer Exposed; Refused to Participate when Client Investigated In Death of Donda West

Dear Sharon: Thank you for your input. I believe the niece’s name is Yolanda Anderson. Thanks for the heads-up. As I noted before, this is a work in progress. I will incorporate that information into the final manuscript. Back to our story: They did it. Brad Rose and his co-conspirators, protected Scoggins and harmed theContinue reading “Kanye West’s Lawyer Exposed; Refused to Participate when Client Investigated In Death of Donda West”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

In a comment C.S. wrote “…most important…what do you want people to do as a result of reading?…”  The answer: Nothing! There is not anything I want people to “do” after reading this manuscript. My goal, however, is that after reading it they will come to believe as I believe: That life need not be aContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

Further examination of Harwell’s letter (page 2, item 2) states that “an accusation is already on file against Dr Adams”. Figure 25 is a photocopy of that complaint. It is an allegation, written on a Medical Board of California Consumer Complaint Form, dated the 18 November, 2007. Now granted, I have yet to appear onContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

The advantage of a book, over a print article or video, is perspective. Books allow the author both time and space to develop, clarify, and present his, or her, story. It also allows the reader ample time to process the data. Does what I am reading make sense? Are the figures clear and precise? Whose version ofContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

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