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sheilajane

02/21/2013 05:30 AM 

WHAT HAVING FMS MEANS

 
 
 
What Having FMS Means
(Fibromyalgia Syndrome)

 

Having FMS means many things change, and a lot of them are invisible. Unlike having cancer or being hurt in an accident, most people do not understand even a little about FMS and it's effects on us; and many of those who think they do know are actually misinformed. In the spirit of informing those who wish to understand...


These are the things that I would like you to understand
about me before you judge me:

Please understand that being sick does not mean I'm no longer a human being. I have to spend most of my day in considerable pain and exhaustion and if you visit I probably don't seem like much fun to be with, but I'm still me stuck inside this body. I still worry about school, and work, and my family and friends, and most of the time I'd still like to hear you talk about yours too.


Please understand the difference between "happy" and "healthy". When you've got the flu you probably feel miserable with it for a week or two, but I've been sick for years. I can't be miserable all the time, in fact, I work hard at not being miserable. So if you're talking to me and I sound happy, it means I'm happy, that's all. It doesn't mean that I'm still not in a lot of pain, or extremely tired, or that I'm getting better, or any of those things. Please, don't say "Oh, you are sounding better!" I am not sounding better, I am sounding happy. If you want to comment on that, you are welcome to.


Please understand that being able to stand for 10 minutes doesn't necessarily mean that I can stand for 20 minutes or an hour. Just because I was able to stand up for 30 minutes yesterday doesn't mean I can do the same today. With a lot of diseases and disorders one is either paralyzed, or they can move. With FMS it's far more confusing: one hour or day or week or year we may have normal - or almost normal - mobility; the next hour or day or week or year we may be unable to sit, stand, walk, think, remember, or even get out of bed, we may be unsociable or depressed, and almost assuredly we are in pain. We have good days and bad, and during our good days we may truly not "look sick", but we are.
 

Please understand that making plans other than immediate ones is a crap shoot at best, because we can't know how we will feel or what our physical, mental or emotional condition will be. If we seem to hedge about making plans with you, please understand it's because we truly don't know if we will be able to honor them. The same applies if we have to cancel plans previously made or invitations, even at the last minute - it is not personal, and it makes us as frustrated and sad as it does you! That is what FMS does to us, and it's how we must live our lives. It is not just a matter of sucking it in, or bucking up, or psyching ourselves up; believe me if we could, we would!
 

Please understand that FMS is variable - with each person and from person to person. It is quite possible and often all too common, that one day I can walk to the park and back, or bicycle 2-4 miles, or swim 12 laps, or even run with my dog; while the next day I may have great difficulty getting out of bed, walking to the kitchen, or be unable to walk at all without a cane, walker or other mobility aid. Please don't attack me when I can't do today what I did before by saying "but you did it yesterday!" or "you did it before!" Your frustration can not begin to compare to our own frustration. The very act of planning while not knowing what condition we will be in is stressful and tiring in itself. If you want me to do something with you, or go someplace with you... ASK if I can. I may well dearly want to go, but simply be physically unable to do so. Understand if I have to say no today, but please ask me again soon.

Please understand that "getting out and doing things" does not make me feel better and can often make me seriously worse. Telling me that I need a treadmill, or that I just need to lose (or gain) weight, get this exercise machine, join this gym, try these classes, take these vitamins, herbs, tonics and snake-oil cures will frustrate me to tears and is totally incorrect. If I was capable of doing things, don't you think I would? And when I am capable, I DO! I work with my doctors and physical therapists and follow the exercise and diet plans they prescribe.

Another statement that hurts: "You just need to push yourself more..." Obviously, FMS directly impacts muscles and ours do not regenerate as quickly as yours do. Pushing ourselves beyond comfortable physical limits can be dangerous and cause a severe relapse. On the other hand, doing what we can when we can is excellent therapy both physically and mentally... and we do! If I work at a part-time job for 4 hours one day, my fatigue level is greater than yours if you worked a 12 hour day. Many days I can still do anything I ever did as well as I ever did ... but only one thing per day or week or month. Everything drains us and exhausts us exponentially more than a normal, healthy person our age (whatever age that is); our recovery time is also exponentially greater. If I go to a party or dinner and show tonight for several hours and have a wonderful time, I do so knowing with 99% certainty that tomorrow I will need all day to rest and recover, much of it spent lying down. FMS causes secondary depression in and of itself; our depression may escalate when dealing with days on end of constant pain and limited mobility or cognitive function. We are NOT tired because we are depressed! We are depressed because we are so tired.
 

When I say I can't do something because I am so fatigued, please don't say "Oh I know what you mean! I am worn out too, but..." because you don't. FMS fatigue is not like any tiredness you have ever experienced, nor has anyone who does not have FMS or other fatigue-producing disorder. I know you mean well, but it's irritating to hear because it tells me you don't understand me or my FMS at
all. I may well be just plain tired - we get normally tired during remission phases just as any normal person does - but trust me: we know the difference, and it's huge.
 

When we are together, please understand when I say I have to sit down, lie down, get a drink, take these pills, or get into a cool place that I have to do it and do it now! No, I can't walk another 5 blocks to the car, or walk back down the hill I just climbed up. Don't baby me, don't hover over me, don't do things for me unless I ask - we are very proud and never want to be a burden. Our independence, or what we can retain of it, is of paramount importance to us! Please help by listening to and believing what we say we need and act upon it accordingly and as quickly as possible. You wouldn't question a known diabetics request for orange juice or insulin, so please don't question us or urge us to 'keep on... we are almost there!' Not unless you are prepared to a) carry us the rest of the way or b) call 911. FMS does not wait, nor does it forgive... when we say "please ... now!" it means now.

If you want to suggest a cure to me, don't. It's not because I don't appreciate the thought, and it's not because I don't want to get well. It's because I have had almost every single one of my family and friends suggest something at one point or another. At first I tried them all, but then I realized that I was using up so much energy trying things that I was making myself sicker, not better. If there
was something that cured, or even markedly helped, all forms of FMS the world would know about it. If you still insist on promoting 'cures' to me or giving me this will make you better advice, do so; but understand I won't rush out and try it though I may well continue to research it on my own and discuss those findings with my doctors.

In many ways I depend on you... people who are not sick... I need you to visit with me when I am unable to go out; sometimes I may need you to help me with shopping, cooking or cleaning; sometimes I may even need you to do those things for me. I may need you to go with me to my doctor appointments to help me remember and understand their direction, or I may just need a ride. I need you on so many different levels... as much as possible, treat me as normally as possible, enjoy me and allow me to enjoy you as much as possible, and as much as it's possible....
 

I need you to understand me....

 

 

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health & disease, fibromyalgia, autoimune disease

sheilajane

02/21/2013 04:30 AM 

MY NAME IS FIBROMYALGIA

MY NAME IS FIBROMYALGIA
by Terri Been



Hi....
My Name is Fibromyalgia, and I'm an Invisible Chronic Illness. I am now velcroed to you for life. Others around you can't see me or hear me, but YOUR body feels me. I can attack you anywhere and anyhow I please. I can cause severe pain or, if I'm in a good mood, I can just cause you to ache all over.
Remember when you and Energy ran around together and had fun? I took Energy from you, and gave you Exhaustion. Try to have fun now! I also took Good Sleep from you and, in its place, gave you Brain Fog. I can make you tremble internally or make you feel cold or hot when everyone else feels normal. Oh, yeah, I can make you feel anxious or depressed, too. If you have something planned, or are looking forward to a great day, I can take that away, too. You didn't ask for me. I chose you for various reasons: That virus you had that you never recovered from, or that car accident, or maybe it was the years of abuse and trauma. Well, anyway, I'm here to stay!
I hear you're going to see a doctor who can get rid of me. I'm rolling on the floor, laughing. Just try. You will have to go to many, many doctors until you find one who can help you effectively. You will be put on pain pills, sleeping pills, energy pills, told you are suffering from anxiety or depression, given a TENs unit, get massaged, told if you just sleep and exercise properly I will go away, told to think positively, poked, prodded, and MOST OF ALL, not taken as seriously as you feel when you cry to the doctor how debilitating life is every day.
Your family, friends and coworkers will all listen to you until they just get tired of hearing about how I make you feel, and that I'm a debilitating disease. Some of them will say things like "Oh, you are just having a bad day" or "Well, remember, you can't do the things you used to do 20 YEARS ago", not hearing that you said 20 DAYS ago. Some will just start talking behind your back, while you slowly feel that you are losing your dignity trying to make them understand, especially when you are in the middle of a conversation with a "Normal" person, and can't remember what you were going to say next!
In closing, (I was hoping that I kept this part a secret), but I guess you already found out...the ONLY place you will get any support and understanding in dealing with me is with OTHER People With Fibromyalgia.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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health & disease, fibromyalgia, autoimune disease

Bret

02/19/2013 10:51 PM 

My list of most attractive celebrities
Current mood:  smitten

1. SARAH ANTHONY     Birthdate: 2/26/1982

2. LACEY STURM     Birthdate: 9/4/1981

3. JEN LEDGER     Birthdate: 12/8/1989

4. ELIZABETH OLSEN     Birthdate: 2/16/1989

5. ASHLEY GREENE     Birthdate: 2/21/1987

6. MARIA BRINK     Birthdate: 12/17/1977

7. NAOMI WATTS     Birthdate: 9/28/1968

8. MONICA BELLUCCI     Birthdate: 9/30/1964

9. ABBEY LEE KERSHAW     Birthdate: 6/12/1987

10. TERESA PALMER     Birthdate: 2/26/1986

11. JENNIFER CONNELLY     Birthdate: 12/12/1970

12. EVA GREEN     Birthdate: 7/5/1980

 13. NOOMI RAPACE    Birthdate: 12/28/1979

14. ROONEY MARA     Birthdate: 4/17/1985

15. GAIL KIM     Birthdate: 2/20/1976

16. MIZUHO LIN

17. LZZY HALE     Birthdate: 10/10/1984

18. ROSE BYRNE     Birthdate: 7/24/1979

19. NICOLE KIDMAN     Birthdate: 6/20/1967

20. SOPHIE MARCEAU     Birthdate: 11/17/1966

21. MARGOT ROBBIE     Birthdate: 7/2/1990

22. SASHA BANKS     Birthdate: 1/26/1992

23. PAIGE     Birthdate: 8/17/1992

24. ELODIE YUNG     Birthdate: 2/22/1981

25. HUDSON LEICK     Birthdate: 5/9/1969

26. MELINDA CLARKE     Birthdate: 4/24/1969

27. ALEXA BLISS     Birthdate: 8/9/1991

28. BECKY LYNCH     Birthdate: 1/30/1987

29. KATE BECKINSALE     Birthdate: 7/26/1973

30. SIMONE SIMONS     Birthdate: 1/17/1985

31. LORENZA IZZO     Birthdate: 9/26/1989

32. EIZA GONZALEZ     Birthdate: 1/30/1990

33. KO SHIBASAKI     Birthdate: 8/5/1981

34. BINGBING FAN     Birthdate: 9/16/1981

35. BINGBING LI     Birthdate: 2/27/1973

36. FAIRUZA BALK     Birthdate: 5/21/1964

37. LACEY CHABERT     Birthdate: 9/30/1982

38. ANYA TAYLOR-JOY     Birthdate: 4/16/1996

39. MYANNA BURING     Birthdate: 9/22/1979

40. KATIE CASSIDY     Birthdate: 11/25/1986

41. WILLA HOLLAND     Birthdate: 6/18/1991

42. RILEY VOELKEL     Birthdate: 4/26/1990

43. VANESSA HUDGENS     Birthdate: 12/14/1988

44. RACHEL HENDRIX     Birthdate: 9/12

45. CAROLINA BANG     Birthdate: 9/21/1985

46. EMMA ANZAI     Birthdate: 4/30/1982

47. ORIANTHI PANAGARIS     Birthdate: 1/22/1985

48. MELINA PEREZ     Birthdate: 3/9/1979

49. MADISON RAYNE     Birthdate: 2/5/1986

50. VELVET SKY     Birthdate: 6/2/1981

51. ANGELINA LOVE     Birthdate: 9/13/1981

52. MICKIE JAMES     Birthdate: 8/31/1979

53. ASUKA     Birthdate: 9/26/1981

54. A.J. LEE     Birthdate: 3/19/1987

55. ALEXANDRA DADDARIO     Birthdate: 3/16/1986

56. ROSE MCIVER      Birthdate: 10/20/1988

57. LARA JEAN CHOROSTECKI     Birthdate: 10/24/1984

58. GRACE PHIPPS     Birthdate: 5/4/1992

59. SHAWNEE SMITH     Birthdate: 7/3/1970

60. SARAH BUTLER     Birthdate: 2/11/1985

61. JEMMA DALLENDER

62. JOSEPHINE DE LA BAUME     Birthdate: 1984

63. NICKI LYNN AYCOX     Birthdate: 5/26/1975

64. JANET MONTGOMERY     Birthdate: 10/29/1985

65. OLIVIA TAYLOR DUDLEY     Birthdate: 11/4/1985

66. NADIA HILKER     Birthdate: 12/1/1988

67. BIANCA BRADEY

68. SUMMER GLAU     Birthdate: 7/24/1981

69. KELLY BROOK     Birthdate: 11/23/1979

70. CANDICE DE VISSER     Birthdate: 11/20/1988

71. HEATHER SOSSAMAN     Birthdate: 4/21/1987

72. SHELLEY HENNIG    Birthdate: 1/2/1987

73. MEGHAN ORY     Birthdate: 8/20/1982

74. JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT     Birthdate: 2/21/1979

75. CHRISTINA RICCI     Birthdate: 2/12/1980

76. KELLY HU     Birthdate: 2/13/1968

77. ZHANG ZIYI     Birthdate: 2/9/1979

78. NATASSIA MALTHE     Birthdate: 1/19/1974

79. MAGGIE Q     Birthdate: 5/22/1979

80. KIRSTIE MALDONADO     Birthdate: 5/16/1992

81. CLAUDIA KIM     Birthdate: 1/25/1985

82. MICHELLE BRANCH     Birthdate: 7/2/1983

83. LEA SEYDOUX     Birthdate: 7/1/1985

84. CARLSON YOUNG     Birthdate: Birthdate: 10/29/1990

85. HALEY BENNETT     Birthdate: 1/7/1988

86. MAKENZIE VEGA     Birthdate: 2/10/1994

87. SOPHIE TURNER     Birthdate: 2/21/1996

88. JESSICA CHASTAIN     Birthdate: 3/24/1977

89. DEBORAH ANN WOLL     Birthdate: 2/7/1985

90. NAJARRA TOWNSEND     Birthdate: 12/5/1989

91. KSENIA SOLO     Birthdate: 10/8/1987

92. KATIE MCGRATH     Birthdate: 10/24/1983

93. EMMA ROBERTS     Birthdate: 2/10/1991

94. VICTORIA JUSTICE     Birthdate: 2/19/1993

95. AMBER HEARD     Birthdate: 4/22/1986

96. RACHEL NICHOLS     Birthdate: 1/8/1980

97. FREIDA PINTO     Birthdate: 10/18/1984

98. EMILIE DE RAVIN     Birthdate: 12/27/1981

99.  CASSIDY GIFFORD     Birthdate: 8/2/1993

100. JANE LEVY     Birthdate: 12/29/1989

101. GINA PHILIPS     Birthdate: 5/10/1970

102. ASHLEY C. WILLIAMS     Birthdate: 1/24/1984

103. ASHLYNN YENNIE     Birthdate: 5/5/1985

104. ANTJE TRAUE     Birthdate: 1/18/1981

105. STEPHANIE SZOSTAK     Birthdate: 6/12/1975

106. AMANDA CREW     Birthdate: 6/5/1986

107. JACQUELINE MACINNES-WOOD     Birthdate: 4/17/1987

108. MEAGHAN RATH     Birthdate: 6/18/1986

109. GONG LI     Birthdate: 12/31/1965

110. KEIRA KNIGHTLEY     Birthdate: 3/26/1985

111. TRISH STRATUS     Birthdate: 12/18/1975

112. CANDICE MICHELLE     Birthdate: 9/30/1978

113. TAYA VALKYRIE     Birthdate: 10/22/1986

114. C.J. PERRY     Birthdate: 3/24/1985

115. TARYN TERRELL     Birthdate: 12/28/1985

116. CARMELLA     Birthdate: 10/23/1987

117. BRIE BELLA     Birthdate: 11/21/1983

118. NIKKI BELLA     Birthdate: 11/21/1983

119. LACEY VON ERICH     Birthdate: 7/17/1986

120. ULIANA PREOTU     Birthdate: 5/18

121. KELLY MONACO    Birthdate: 5/23/1976

122. ASHLEY BENSON      Birthdate: 12/18/1989

123. LEXA DOIG     Birthdate: 6/18/1973

124. AMERICA OLIVO     Birthdate: 1/5/1978

125. JAIMIE ALEXANDER     Birthdate: 3/12/1984

126. MYLENE JAMPANOI     Birthdate: 7/12/1980

127. LAURA DONNELLY     Birthdate: 1982

Bret

02/19/2013 10:46 PM 

My top movies of all time
Current mood:  artistic

TITLE     DIRECTOR     YEAR

1. (Tie) THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING     Peter Jackson     2003     THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST     Mel Gibson     2004

2. JESUS OF NAZARETH     Franco Zeffirelli     1977

3. BEN-HUR: A TALE OF THE CHRIST     William Wyler     1959

4. BRAVEHEART     Mel Gibson     1995

5. KING KONG     Peter Jackson     2005

6. THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS     Peter Jackson     2002

7. THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING     Peter Jackson     2001

8. APOCALYPTO     Mel Gibson     2006

9. THE DESCENT    Neil Marshall     2005

10. THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY     Peter Jackson     2012

11. ROCKY     John G. Avildsen     1976


12. ROCKY II     Sylvester Stallone     1979

13. ROCKY BALBOA     Sylvester Stallone     2006

14. JOHN RAMBO     Sylvester Stallone     2008

15. HANNIBAL     Ridley Scott     2001

16. THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS     Jonathan Demme     1991

17. THE BOOK OF ELI     Albert and Allen Hughes     2010

18. FRAILTY     Bill Paxton     2002

19. SIGNS     M. Night Shyamalan     2002

20. PAN'S LABYRINTH     Guillermo Del Toro     2006


21. GLADIATOR     Ridley Scott     2000

22. MALENA     Giuseppe Tornatore     2000

23. THE BABADOOK     Jennifer Kent     2014

24. THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU     John Frankenheimer     1996

25. DISTRICT 9     Neill Blomkamp     2009

26. TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES     Steve Barron     1990

27. THE CROW     Alex Proyas     1994

28. CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR     Anthony and Joe Russo     2016

29. SLEEPY HOLLOW     Tim Burton     1999


30. SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET     Tim Burton     2007

31. THE HILLS HAVE EYES     Alexandre Aja     2006

32. THE DEVIL'S REJECTS     Rob Zombie     2005

33. SAW III     Darren Lynn Bousman     2006

34. SAW VI     Kevin Greutert     2009

35. LET THE RIGHT ONE IN     Tomas Alfredson     2008

36. LET ME IN     Matt Reeves     2010

37. JEEPERS CREEPERS     Victor Salva     2001

38. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE     Tobe Hooper     1974


39. HALLOWEEN     John Carpenter     1978

40. THE THING     John Carpenter     1982

41. STARRY EYES     Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer     2014

42. IT FOLLOWS      David Robert Mitchell      2014

43. THE RING     Gore Verbinski     2002


44. THE VVITCH     Robert Eggers     2015

45. THE NEON DEMON     Nicolas Winding Refn     2016

45. THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO     Niels Arden Oplev     2009


46. THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO     David Fincher     2011

47. THE PATRIOT     Roland Emmerich     2000


48. WE WERE SOLDIERS     Randall Wallace     2002

49. AMERICAN SNIPER     Clint Eastwood     2014

50. FIRST BLOOD     Ted Kotcheff     1982


51. RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II     George P. Cosmatos     1985

52. SOUTHPAW     Antoine Fuqua     2015

53. CREED     Ryan Coogler     2015

54. AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON     Joss Whedon     2015

55. BEN-HUR: A TALE OF THE CHRIST     Fred Niblo     1925

56. SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE     Danny Boyle     2008

57. TROY     Wolfgang Peterson     2004

58. THE DARK KNIGHT     Christopher Nolan     2008

54. I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE     Stephen R. Monroe     2010

55. I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 3: VENGEANCE IS MINE     R.D. Braunstein   2015

55. I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2     Steven R. Monroe     2013

57. KICK-ASS     Matthew Vaughn     201

53. SPARTACUS     Stanley Kubrick     1960

58. THE BEAVER     Jodie Foster    2011

59. THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS' NEST     Daniel Alfredson     2009

60. THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE     Daniel Alfredson     2009

61. ORCA      Michael Anderson     1977

62. JAWS     Steven Spielberg     1975

63. THE SHALLOWS     Jaume Collet-Serra     2016

63. GODZILLA     Gareth Edwards     2014


64. PACIFIC RIM     Guillermo Del Toro     2013

65. ROBOCOP     Paul Verhoeven     1987

66. THE TERMINATOR     James Cameron     1984


67. TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY     James Cameron     1991

68. PREDATOR     John McTiernan    1987

69. COURAGEOUS     Alex Kendrick     2011

70. GIMME SHELTER     Ronald Krauss     2013

71. OCTOBER BABY     Andrew and Jon Erwin     2011

72. SOUL SURFER     Sean McNamara     2011

73. LITTLE BOY     Alejandro Monteverde     2015

74. DO YOU BELIEVE     Jon Gunn     2015

75. THE IMPOSSIBLE     Juan Antonio Bayona     2012

76. SHOOT 'EM UP     Michael Davis     2007

77. DIE HARD     John McTiernan     1988

78. TEARS OF THE SUN     Antoine Fuqua     2003

79. EASTERN PROMISES     David Cronenberg     2007

80. A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE     David Cronenberg     2005

81. THE DROP     Michael R. Roskam     2014

82. PITCH BLACK     David Twohy     2000

83. DREDD     Pete Travis     2012

84. HARDCORE HENRY     Ilya Naishuller     2016

84. THE EQUALIZER     Antoine Fuqua     2014

85. THE HUNGER GAMES     Gary Ross     2012

86. THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 2     Francis Lawrence     2015

87. BATTLE ROYALE     Kinji Fukasaku     2000

88. SCREAM     Wes Craven     1996


89. SCREAM 2     Wes Craven     1997

90. 28 DAYS LATER     Danny Boyle     2003


91. WOLF CREEK     Greg McLean     2005

92. WOLF CREEK 2     2013     Greg McLean

93. FRIGHT NIGHT     Tom Holland     1985

94. A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET     Wes Craven     1984

95. A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS     Chuck Russell     1987

96. WES CRAVEN'S NEW NIGHTMARE     Wes Craven     1994

97. CANDYMAN     Bernard Rose     1992

98. MARTHA  MARCY MAY MARLENE     Sean Durkin     2011

99. SILENT HOUSE     Chris Kentis and Laura Lau     2012

100. I SAW THE DEVIL     Kim Jee-woon     2010

101. OLDBOY     Chan-wook Park      2003

102. OLDBOY     Spike Lee     2013

103. SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE     Chan-wook Park     2002

104. LADY VENGEANCE     Chan-wook Park     2005

105. BEDEVILLED     Chul-soo Jang     2010

106. RED DRAGON     Brett Ratner     2002

107. JEEPERS CREEPERS 2     Victora Salva     2003

108. GOOSEBUMPS     Rob Letterman     2015

109. CRIMSON PEAK     Guillermo Del Toro     2015

111. THE JESUS FILM     John Krish and Peter Sykes     1979


112. KING OF KINGS     NICHOLAS RAY     1961

113. THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD     George Stevens     1965

114. THE NATIVITY STORY     Catherine Hardwicke     2006

28. RISEN     Kevin Reynolds     2016

115. THE TEN COMMANDMENTS     Cecile B. DeMille     1956

116. THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES     Peter Jackson     2014

117. THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG     Peter Jackson     2013

118. A CHRISTMAS CAROL     Robert Zemeckis     2009

119. HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS     Ron Howard     2000

120. THE CONJURING 2     James Wan     2016

120. THE CONJURING     James Wan     2013

121. INSIDIOUS     James Wan     2010

122. INSIDIOUS CHAPTER 2     James Wan     2010

123. INSIDIOUS CHAPTER 3     Leigh Whannell     2015

124. THE CRAFT     Andrew Fleming     1996

124. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY     Oren Peli     2009

125. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3     Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman     2011


126. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2     Tod Williams     2010

127. THE OMEN     Richard Donner     1976


128. THE OMEN     John Moore     2006

129. DELIVER US FROM EVIL     Scott Derrickson     2014

130. THE LAST EXORCISM     Daniel Stamm     2010


131. THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE     Scott Derrickson     2005
          
132. THE RITE     Mikael Hafstrom     2011

133. SINISTER     Scott Derrickson    2012

134. SINISTER 2     Ciaran Foy     2015

135. REC 2     Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza     2009


136. REC     Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza     2007

137. REC 4: APOCALYPSE     Jaume Balaguero

138. REC 3: GENESIS     Paco Plaza    2012

139. THE TAKING OF DEBORAH LOGAN     Adam Robitel     2014

140. THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING     David Jung     2014

141. AFFLICTED     Derek Lee and Clif Prowse     2013

142. LABYRINTH     Jim Henson     1986

142. THE JUNGLE BOOK     Jon Favreau     2016

143. DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES     Matt Reeves     2014

144. THE AVENGERS     Joss Whedon     2012


145. WATCHMEN     Zack Snyder     2009

146. SIN CITY     Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino     2005

147. X-MEN: FIRST CLASS     Matthew Vaughn     2011

148. X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST     Bryan Singer     2014

149. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY     James Gunn     2014

150. HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY     Guillermo Del Toro     2008


151. HELLBOY     Guillermo Del Toro     2004

152. HULK     Ang Lee     2003

153. THE INCREDIBLE HULK     Louis Leterrier     2008

154. CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER     Anthony and Joe Russo     2014


155. CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER     Joe Johnston     2011

156. THOR     Kenneth Branagh     2011

157. IRON MAN     Jon Favreau     2008

158. PUNISHER: WAR ZONE     Lexi Alexander     2008


159. THE PUNISHER     Jonathan Hensleigh     2004

160. FEARLESS     Ronny Yu     2006

161. SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD         Edgar Wright     2010

162. THE CHRONICLES OF RIDD*CK     David Twohy     2004

163. PUMPKINHEAD     Stan Winston     1988

164. CLOVERFIELD     Matt Reeves     2008

165. PROMETHEUS     Ridley Scott     2012

166. ALIEN     Ridley Scott     1979

167. THE GUEST     Adam Wingard     2014


168. THE GREEN INFERNO     Eli Roth     2015

169. THE VISIT     M. Night Shyamalan     2015

170. TRICK 'R TREAT    Michael Dougherty     2007

171. KRAMPUS     Michael Dougherty     2015

172. CREEPSHOW     George Romero     1987

173 CREEPSHOW 2     Michael Gornick     1987

174. GOODNIGHT MOMMY     Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz     2014

175. OPEN WATER     Chris Kentis     2004

176. SAW V     David Hackll     2008


177. SAW II     Darren Lynn Bousman     2005

178. SAW     James Wan     2004

179. RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD 3     Brian Yuzna     1993

180. ORPHAN     Jaume Collet-Serra     2009

181. HOT FUZZ     Edgar Wright     2007

182. WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS     Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi     2014

183. JURASSIC WORLD     Colin Trevorrow     2015

184. JURASSIC PARK     Steven Spielberg     1993

185. A Serbian Film     Srdjan Spasojevic     2010

186. MARTYRS     Pascal Laugier     2008

187. GREEN ROOM     Jeremy Saulnier     2015

187. THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT     Dennis Illiadis     2010

188. THE MIST     Frank Darabont     2007


189. THE BLOB     Chuck Russell     1988

190. SUPER     James Gunn     2011

191. HUSH     Mike Flanagan     2016

191. BLACK SWAN     Darren Aronofsky     2010

192. HARD CANDY     David Slade     2006

193. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2     Tobe Hooper     1986


194. FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER     Joseph Zito     1984

195. SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT     Charles E. Sellier, Jr.     1984

196. CHRISTMAS EVIL     Lewis Jackson     1980

197. BLACK CHRISTMAS     Bob Clark      1974

198. PSYCHO     Alfred Hitchc*ck      1960


199. THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE     Andrew Adamson     2005

200. THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN     Andrew Adamson     2008


201. THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER     Michael Apted     2010

202. HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2     David Yates      2011

203. HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 1     David Yates     2010


204. HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX     David Yates     2007


205. HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS     Christopher Columbus     2002

206. HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE     Mike Newell     2005

207. THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE     Francis Lawrence     2013


208. V FOR VENDETTA     James McTigue     2006

209. THE WRESTLER     Darren Aronofsky     2008


210. THE STEPFATHER     Joseph Ruben     1987

211. MR. BROOKS     Bruce A. Evans     2007

212. HORNS     Alexandre Aja     2013

213. HIGH TENSION     Alexandre Aja     2003

214. THE LOVED ONES     Sean Byrne     2009

215. PREDATOR 2     Stephen hopkins     1990


216. ALIENS     James Cameron     1986

217. ROBOCOP 2     Irvin Kershner     1990
218. RIKI-OH: THE STORY OF RICKY     Ngai Choi Lam     1991
219. BLADE II     Guillermo Del Toro     2002


220. LET US PREY     Brian O'Malley     2014

221. LAST SHIFT     Anthony DiBlasi     2014

222. SPRING     Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead     2014

223. KING ARTHUR     Antoine Fuqua     2004
224. THE REVENANT     Alejandra Gonzalez Inarritu     2015

224. THE NIGHTMARE     Rodney Ascher     2015

225. KILLERS     Kimo Stamboel and Timo Tjahanto     2014

226. HELLIONS     Bruce McDonald     2015

227. THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT     Bobby Roe    2014

228. KRISTY     Oliver Blackburn     2014

229. YOU'RE NEXT     Adam Wingard     2011

230. KIDNAPPED     Miguel Angel Vivas     2010

231. SAW IV     Darren Lynn Bousman     2007

232. SAW: THE FINAL CHAPTER     Kevin Greutert     2010

233. FUNNY GAMES     Michael Haneke     2007

234. GREMLINS     Joe Dante     1984

235. GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH     1990     Joe Dante

236. PIRANHA     Alexandre Aja     2010
237. TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL     Eli Craig     2010

238. FURIOUS 7    James Wan     2015


239. FAST & FURIOUS 6     Justin Lin     2013

240. FAST FIVE     Justin Lin     2011

241. FACE/OFF     John Woo     1997

242. DEATH SENTENCE     James Wan     2007

243. THE EXPENDABLES 2     Simon West     2012

244. THE EXPENDABLES     Sylvester Stallone     2010

245. TAKEN     Pierre Morel     2009

246. MAN OF STEEL     Zack Snyder     2013

247. HELLRAISER     Clive Barker     1987
248. THE HALLOW     Corin Hardy     2015

248. DRIVE ANGRY     Patrick Lussier     2011
249. WILLOW     Ron Howard     1988

250. HIGHLANDER     Russell Mulcahy     1986

251. THE FLY     David Cronenberg     1987

Dane

02/18/2013 09:23 PM 

The Evolution Conspiracy
Current mood:  knighted

I was a believer in Evolution till Age 30yrs old
Some friends told me there was a Controversy
& Challenged me to research the Actual evidence
(Not to be confused w/ Artist illustrations in Text Books)
So I Started some research & Took a Class by Professor Dr Roger Oakland(Here in this Video)
 After I'd had Years of Viewing College Courses
Plus all the HS Classes & Biology
It only took 3 months Researching the other side "Creation"
To Realize I'd Been Duped :-/
Evolution is NOT True & The Evidence is For Creation

I Encourage Friendly Debate, Discussion
& Questions on this Blog

God Bless you :-)

 

Science, Creation, Evolution, Fossils, Christian, Atheist




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