At no time was it meant for me to have disability and have to be laid in my bed for days at a time.
It takes thinking at the level of a moron (without the actual special people exposed to harm or punishment for being good, doing good. They are commended! They are special and okay.)
But someone with considerable brains to then proceed to act retarded and define my disability, which is full disability status, (Now, please, don’t begin telling me I lack a grasp of the American English language, or that my capacity is stunted–it’s not.)
What we have here is clearly understood from education in my sophomore junior year at Western Washington University, majoring in liberal economics.
This is probably not understood by many of the doctors who I have visited at Puget Healthcare System, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, because many I gather never took liberal economics, and instead, indulged in Shakespeare and/or world literature. Their fun, but they (these apparent professionals are now trying to tell me it’s my loss.
Well how acquainted are they with rulings of the VA office downtown in the Jackson building?
Do they understand the findings of the court system at the U.S. DVA on the level of the U.S Court of Appeals?
My university experience has been from a locally accredited college (College of Business and Economics in Bellingham, WA)
Business runs on a economic term, called “productivity.”
Employees are used, assigned to certain tasks, to provide profit greater than the expense it takes for them to do their job.
Now, legal term, “corporation” in it’s charter is required to make increasing amounts of profit every year for the public-traded stocks that are owners of the business.
As a result of this above fact (of increasing profit), the employee who have finally learned their job or position, are then required to “step up” their output by increasing efficiency, oganizing, asking for an assist, or delegating work, or use a temporary worker
This increase is not left at the level employees “being productive” because economic data show the need in liberal economics and by the American Disability Act (that the disabled status worker must copete equally with the standard employee.)
What is implied here is: should the economy (aggregates or groups of) businesses require “very productive” work, the disabled worker must increase his productivity to that level.
Now patience please: there is one more thing.
I excelled at times at a “productive” level.
What’s more is: because the corporation requires increasing profit, economic data shows that the employee is required to increase their productivity to “very, very high levels of productivity.”
Since I have a conidtion at 100%, and my achieved excellent work was at productive levels of lower than is now required.
I have full 100% disability status.
Again this does not mean I necessarily have to walk with a cane, or a wheelchair.
I come to the VA to keep my health by taking my medication that is effective, but this does not mean my speed level changed.
The VA Clinical professor that wrote the VA report on my condition regarding work, stated, and I’m paraphrasing in social media, but you can look up this document for yourself. . . “this veteran has such and such a condition at 100%, and, further, real work environments require productivity demands at very, very high levels of productivity that decompensate this veteran as seen “on record” from working full time for 14 years, and then decompensating while tested corporately from a 3-month trial to increase my productivity levels to “very high levels.”. My decompensation was first rated at 70%, then 100%.
The point I ‘m trying to make, one removed from the “juvenile.” is that having 100% disability does not mean I cannot have avocation whereby I keep busy and enjoy my freedom (with a healthy level of responsibility to my family, friends, and the community at-large).
Yes, I can keep busy. Yes, I can do things I find ejoyable. It is clearly not an occasion for destroying my freedom I have from government micromanaging of my condition or my private life. I can do things. I can help around the house and do a better at helping my partner in household chores.
Further, under controlled environments, in avocation or under contract clearly stipulating work requriments different from the ADA (so I’m not fired from working “productively” I can excel and produce outstanding work for the private sector in areas of employ-ment of “chief directorate” whereby I am not involved in administration but short-term next 12 years oversight, and perdictively for the next 250 years.