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Old 04-19-2021, 07:34 PM   #326
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Almost $400 of this ****, no idea what to expect from any of these pens or paper but they will all be in a museum one day.

Forgot about the (5) Kleid Stationery A5 2mm Grid Notebooks and (4) Kleid Stationery A6 Work Memo Notebooks that I ordered from the Tokyo Pen Shop. Anyway, everything arrived in the mail today.

My first thoughts are:
1. I bought too much stuff
2. That's ok .... I want to try everything and see what I like
3. These fancy notebooks are pretty damn small
4. Reminds me of eating at fine dining restaurants where you spend tons of money and you leave hungry because the portions are too small
5. Writing with fancy pens and paper better be worth it
6. All of the notebooks were wrapped like they came from the Smithsonian
7. I bet museum curators are super self-conscious about the sweat glands in their hands all the time


Well, maybe I'll take some pictures one day if I get around to it. I have no idea how I'm going to learn to write so damn small, and everything has to be typed on software anyway, but the notebooks are great for ideas and pre-writing.
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Old 04-25-2021, 01:46 AM   #327
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And then I was somewhere else, and there was a cloud, and an arm extended out of the cloud.





And I was touched by the Finger of God. And I heard His voice:

You know, ever since all this stuff happened in December and January, it's crazy how things have turned around for me. I'm not such a base person that I would ever equate miracles with personal or material gain, but when you're a lowly human being you can't help but feel positive when good fortune comes your way.


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Last time I went out I was told I look like Matthew Broderick. This time the waitress asked me if I'm Robert Downey Jr. I wonder if there's a hustle to be made saying yes and pretending to be celebrities in L.A.
I went back to this same Korean restaurant where they all thought I was Robert Downey Jr. (I don't see the resemblance at all), didn't hustle them or anything, in fact I denied I was any celebrity at all, but the waiter inexplicably proactively comped my meal 50%, gave me a double glass of cabernet when I ordered just one, and then said the next glass was on the house when I ordered again and told him to close me out.

So I paid $30 for my $60 dinner and two free glasses of wine. The homely looking hostess or food runner who obviously had a thing for me last time kept checking up and said "welcome back, sir".

Not bad, I left a good tip and I'm sure I'll return soon.
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Old 04-26-2021, 01:08 AM   #328
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Ordered:

Notebooks:
Hobonichi A5 plain
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Apica Premium A5 hardcover blank
Apica Premium A5 hardcover lined
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Leuchtturm1917 hardcover A5 ruled
Moleskin hardcover 5 x 8.25 ruled

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Midori cotton envelopes

Pens:
Uni Jetstream ballpoint 0.7
Uni Jetstream ballpoint 0.38
Sharpie 0.7
Sharpie 0.5
Uni-ball 207 retractable gel micro point
Pilot rolling ball 0.5
Pilot disposable fountain pens

Almost $400 of this ****, no idea what to expect from any of these pens or paper but they will all be in a museum one day.
You might like what Nanami Paper has on offer. I stocked up heavily on the Seven Seas Writer notebooks because they're such a joy to write on.
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Old 04-26-2021, 09:48 PM   #329
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You might like what Nanami Paper has on offer. I stocked up heavily on the Seven Seas Writer notebooks because they're such a joy to write on.

Thanks man. Nanami says they are all unavailable right now, but I'm going to keep checking until I order one and try it out.

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Old 05-06-2021, 11:00 PM   #330
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Minor guitar setback. Broken little finger on right hand. Never had a broken bone before. I look around on the internet and seems like it should be few hundred dollars less than $1,000 for simple break unless you need surgery, complex fracture etc. So I got referred to the UCLA urgent care center. Its $200 for an exam. The doctor tells me to go to orthopedics instead. I go there and get Xrays and then the doctor examines me. Says it will cost $3,500 to set the bone and put in a splint. Told her no thanks. Then they wanted to charge me $500 for not doing anything when I had only agreed to the $200 consultation at the other place.

So long story short I told them how it was going to be. I paid $200 and went home. Still have a broken finger. Now have to find a real doctor not a senior citizen insurance factory.

I'm in ****ing enemy mode right now. Every single person. Love it.
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Old 05-06-2021, 11:13 PM   #331
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I'm in such fu mode right now, I'm eating dinner at a bar, not ordering any drinks, blowing off this hot chick and her average looking friends sitting next to me.

Steak sandwich is ok.
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:37 PM   #332
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Not sure what I'm supposed to be looking at, but apparently my little finger is broken. Another doctor straightened it out on Friday and put in a splint for $500 , but he says I need surgery. Otherwise finger won't heal properly. Total cost will be $9,700. Other options are gamble it up on natural healing, hope doctor is trying to scam me, or live as a cripple with crooked finger and reduced strength.

Apparently there is a two week window for these surgeries so if I had broken it in the last half of the month instead of the first half I could have just signed up for June 1 CA health insurance.
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:54 PM   #333
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The other thing is the doctor will charge $4,100 for the surgery, but the hospital will charge $5,600 for the facility fee. That doesn't make sense to me since I looked up the CPT billing code and it says $750 should be the recommended facility fee for this type of procedure. The doctor's office assistant didn't agree with the hospital either, but that's the quote they gave her too.

So I'm obviously not paying $10,000 to have one or two pins put in my finger, who ever heard of such a thing.
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:56 PM   #334
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This also could mean the end of my guitar playing days, so probably going to go and get pretty wasted tonight.
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Old 05-11-2021, 04:09 PM   #335
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Come on man, you need to get that finger fixed. Maybe try a doctor in another state? I suppose Mexico is a lot cheaper, but of course there could be traveling restrictions.
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Old 05-11-2021, 07:53 PM   #336
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I called around today and this other place gave me a quote of $4,500. But the doctor won't see me until next Tuesday and then it's too late to schedule surgery after that.
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Old 05-13-2021, 08:27 PM   #337
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Actually two broken fingers, but the other one is stable and will heal fine. Doctor didn't even notice it was broken until second x-rays today.

Little finger isn't healing correctly.
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Old 05-16-2021, 09:27 PM   #338
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Wednesday, May 5:

Hand smashed in door. Pinky finger mangled and crooked. Probably broken, maybe dislocated or something. I look up what should I do, where should I go, how much will everything cost etc. Treating a simple fracture (non-surgical) should cost $300-800, including exam, x-rays, reduction (setting the bones straight), cast or splint, pain prescription, and one follow-up visit.

Surgery for more complex fractures, torn ligaments etc. will be a lot more.

$300-800 ...


Thursday, May 6:

When I called around, I was referred to a UCLA Urgent Care clinic. They didn't have time to treat me that day, so I went the next day. The pain wasn't bad as long as I didn't bump or bend my finger.

UCLA Clinic said it will be $200 for consultation... fine. They took x-rays and sent me to Orthopedic. The doctor examined my finger and the x-rays and said my finger had an unstable rotational fracture, she can try to set it, put in a splint or cast, see if it starts healing correctly or maybe I will need surgery. I understood.

She leaves and the male nurse comes back with an itemized bill, asking for my authorization. $3,500 just to have my finger straightened and put in a splint, no surgery. I told him that's ridiculous, I can get it done anywhere else for $500 not $3,500. I decline treatment and walk out the door with my finger still mangled and crooked. They want to charge me $500 anyway, and I told them to go to hell, call your boss or the police or whoever you want, I'm only paying the $200 I agreed when I walked into the clinic.

They eventually conceded and I wound up paying $200 and went home.


Friday, May 7:

I called around other places, this time asking for quotes. Most places won't give prices. What a ****ing racket. Finally I'm told $500 at this one office and I schedule an appointment.

The doctor examines my finger, looks at the x-rays I brought with me, and says I need surgery. The nature of the fracture is that it won't heal properly without the bones being held in place by pin, screw, or wire. Surgery will be thousands of dollars extra, but my finger will heal just fine. If I don't get surgery, the bone won't heal correctly and I will have significantly reduced function of my right little finger, as well as reduced grip strength and functionality of my entire right hand. Basically, my finger will never bend down again.

So based on that recommendation, I said obviously I want the surgery. It just depends on the cost. His assistant is already gone for the day, so I have to call back and talk to her on Monday morning.

In the meantime, he uses his eyeballs to straighten out my finger and put in a splint. The splint looks crooked to me, but he's the doctor, maybe it's supposed to be that way. The tape he uses doesn't work very well. He looks around in a cluttered drawer or two before saying sorry, he doesn't have any more. His printer doesn't work and then his laptop battery runs out. It takes 20 minutes to pay with my credit card because that machine doesn't work either.

I go home for the weekend with a very loosely taped together, crooked splint thinking my finger is at least temporarily straight but likely to fall out of place again ... for now.


Monday, May 10:

I call and speak to the receptionist on Monday morning. She says the doctor will charge $4,000 cash discount for the surgery, and I can pay half now, then make payments, but I have to call the hospital and find out what they will charge for their facility fee. The hospital says $6,000 so the surgery will be $10,000 total. That sounds outrageous to me.

I call the doctor's office back and tell his assistant I can't afford that right now. She says she will call the doctor and find out what he wants to do. She calls me back the next day.


Tuesday, May 11:

The doctor's assistant doesn't call me back until the next day. She didn't have the heart to tell me, she started stumbling over her words, and I don't like having my time wasted, so I interrupt her and said it's $10,000 for the surgery, or a free follow-up visit and good luck, right? Yes, that's right.

She schedules me for a follow-up on Thursday afternoon.


Thursday, May 13:

Follow-up visit to the doctor's office. New x-rays. Sure enough, the bone is not healing correctly. He reminds me that I will be very unhappy with prognosis unless I get surgery, but there's nothing I can do. I tell him I'll look around and see if I can find somewhere cheaper. He says whatever I do, it has to be asap because surgery needs to be within 7-10 days and it's been 8 days already.

After all of this, as I'm walking out the door and saying thanks goodbye, he adds that as a last resort I might try going down to USC L.A County Hospital and getting retroactive health insurance. Apparently here in California, that's a thing. You can go down to the poor hospital and get covered there. So I called USC LA County and they said sure go there, but not until the next day. The clinic was closing and I had to start all over from square 1.


Friday, May 14:

Start over from square one. I drive down to LAC Urgent Care and have to do initial consultation and x-rays all over again. It's now been 9 days.

They schedule me for an orthopedics appointment (and possible surgery) Sunday morning.


Sunday, May 16:

Go back to LAC. This time they put me in a hospital bed and draw my blood. Almost everyone speaks Spanish. Now, I grew up in extremely poor white neighborhoods, but here in SoCal the demographics are different. I wonder if I'm the only white guy that ever goes there. My next-door neighbor is wearing an orange jump suit ... and he's shackled at the hands and feet. There are several police officers standing nearby.

Needless to say, I'm a little skeptical about the quality of care I'm about to receive.


Busto to .... Robusto?

Instead there's an amazing turn of events. All of the people at LAC were friendly and professional. The health care I received was 1,000x better than that private doctor. When these guys reduced my finger bone, they didn't do it by eyeball, and they didn't put me in a crooked splint with loose tape. The doctor put a needle directly into my bone to numb everything up, then he had some ultrasound or x-ray light machine so we could see the bone was straight before he taped everything up.

Now my finger is splinted at a right angle to my wrist (the doctor last week splinted it flat -- and crooked) and it's wrapped in a gauze cast so tight that the rest of my hand is in uncomfortable pain.

The broken bone hurts a lot more too ... but at least for now it's straight and might not need surgery. They scheduled another follow-up exam next week. This time it's really immobile, so if the bone stays straight I will be fine. If not, surgery next week.
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Old 05-16-2021, 09:33 PM   #339
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Sorry the right angle splint correcting the bone hurts a lot more, and this gauze cast hurts my hand even more, so this latest update may not be readable. I'm hopped up on Vicodin, typing with one hand, and these Koreans are screaming at each other streetside for the last hour.

Time to watch Chushingura and plot my return.
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Old 05-17-2021, 08:21 AM   #340
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Now that's what I'm talking about. Nothing better than staying up all night to watch the storming of Kira's castle, followed by Ōishi and his men parading the head of Mammon through
streets of pure white snow.
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Thats great news! How has your views on healthcare changed after this ordeal?
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Old 05-20-2021, 01:13 AM   #342
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Thats great news! How has your views on healthcare changed after this ordeal?
There's a saying "you get what you pay for", but in the U.S., everyone is paying for historic amounts of grift, entitlement, and corruption.


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It would look as though your persistence paid off. I salute you. It can be extremely frustrating and annoying to deal with the medical mob.
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Old 05-20-2021, 08:20 AM   #344
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To be fair, you didn't pay 10k for that. But yes, public health care is something to cherish.
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Old 05-21-2021, 03:36 PM   #345
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When people ask me what happened to my hand, I've taken to telling them, "punch, punch." Their eyes narrow and they look at me like, no, really? And invariably I reply: "Yes, I'm dangerous. Stay away."
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Certainly better than, "I put my yo-yo on the wrong finger," which is what I'd say and would intimidate no one.
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Old 05-21-2021, 04:47 PM   #347
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It's all in the confidence and bravado, without sounding like a pure bullshit artist. Give me that yo-yo and I'll convince anyone it's the most dangerous yo-yo in the world.
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Old 05-22-2021, 09:01 AM   #348
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Since I can't write or play guitar right now, I'm reading Chushingura and Mahabharata simultaneously. There's just something about the story of fallen warriors who lose everything they hold dear, their reputation falls into disrepute, they disappear and wander aimlessly for two or three or twelve or thirteen years, their only destination some arbitrary point in time.

Ōishi and his 47 Rōnin. Yudhishthira, Arjuna, Bhima, and the Pandava twins. I just love these epic stories. I watched Hiroshi Inagaki's version of Chushingura a couple times this week, and it's not perfect, but pretty good. Really like the triumphant ending march through the streets of Edo. Phat Mack you said this wasn't your favorite version... which one is?





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May this ancient Bhararata become a jeweled garland that will never leave you. Duryodhana causes all creatures to be slain and wastes the Earth; he fans the flame of hostility that at last consumes all. But in my opinion, life is taken with every breath, what do you think?

Bhima's wrath is unappeasable: he will never let this story be lost in the empty world. Arjuna is the prince of all bowmen: with spells of bewilderment he guards these pages embellished with elegant expressions and conversations human and divine. Nakula is dark and Sahadeva is fair: they guard Arjuna's chariot wheels; in this whole world of men they have not their equals in beauty and strength and excellence of conduct. Yudhishthira is the embodiment of all manliness: he is kindhearted; cease to fight him, do not court defeat.

Karna disdains to fight except alone; he wears a cape fastened at his shoulder by a round clasp; he looks at me with hard eyes. But if love has any cause, he is my ancient friend from another life, angry at me after a little quarrel. Vyasa the poet tells you, Oh beware, beware of Reality, beware of Justice, enough of waiting and waiting, you are in danger. Once hearing this Bharata, who can bear listening to other stories, which sound like the braying of an ass?

The world is beautiful everywhere I look. Look, see the lights and the happiness, the singing and all the fine presents. Victory, victory to the great king; no loss to you. But the images perspire in the temples, the ways of Dharma are subtle and hard to find. After this, I am still alive ... I think I have no death. Forgive me, I will go into the forest.

- William Buck, inscription to The Mahabharata

This might be the fourth or fifth time I'm reading Mahabharata, but the first time in at least ten years. Also, the first simultaneous reading with Chushingura, comparing Dharma and the Bushido code.

Somehow, the great American novel starts to emerge. Five books in one.

Antebellum
Manifest Destiny
California
The Civil War
Reconstruction

A fallen warrior cast into exile, his ultimate fate to return home and destroy his own city. What's it like to stand behind an artillery battery and personally give orders to open fire on your former homes and family? What would Dharma judge? What would the samurai think? Roman mos maiorum was such a simple way of life.

One day I always wanted to make the first westernized movie of Mahabharata. Hollywood meets Bollywood. The Pandava brothers are always the protagonists, and I always see myself as Yudhishthira, the oldest, the wisest, the only one who never violates his Dharma, through twelve years in exile, a thirteenth year evading Duryodhana's spies, and the final battle on the plain of Kurukshetra, even when the god Krishna himself and his other brothers resort to trickery and deceit. Can a man ever obtain enough agency to live a perfectly moral life?

Maybe Karna knows. Maybe one day, if someone beats me to the first great movie version of Mahabharata, I'll write a different movie called Karna. This time I'll imagine him as the tragic hero for variation's sake.

But all I can do for another month or two is read and compose future ideas in my head. Soon, the memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant.

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My favorite:

47 Ronin

I spread the watching it over several days.

There is also a black & white film of the puppet play that I really like, but a quick google search turned up no evidence of it. It has the english translation on posters sitting on an easel in the movie's frame. A guy pulls them off revealing them one at a time. I had VHS tapes of it, but haven't seen them in ages.
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Old 05-25-2021, 04:10 PM   #350
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Lucky break! No surgery necessary. Should be healed in two weeks.
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