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What Would You Do If You Had 6 Months To Live

What Would You Do If You Had 6 Months To Live

So what would you do if you were told that you had terminal cancer and you only had 6 months to live … at most? Would you reach for your bucket list and try to cram in all the things you ever wanted to do before you died. In only a few short weeks instead of many long years? Or would you have to quit work due to the agonising pain brought on by your cancer … wait for your house to be re-possessed because you no longer had the money to pay the mortgage … and live out your last few weeks ‘under the bridge’ in a cardboard box?

I’ve known the blogger ‘Amusing Bunni’ for many years. She was the first blogger from across ‘the pond’ to ever leave a comment on one of my blog posts. Fiesty and opinionated. Always ready to help support my free speech approach, to exposing government lies, spin and corruption. She was also friendly. And fun. As many of the other British bloggers, she has supported over the years, will readily tell you.

I received an email from my friend Bunni a few days ago.

Bunni is no longer amused.

Here are the relevant points from that mail :

It’s not good at all …..I’ll give you a short version. I’m diagnosed with HCC, Terminal Liver cancer. It’s inoperable, untreatable and fatal. The Drs give me 3 to 6 months to live. There’s nothing they can do. There are so many tumors and my liver is very enlarged. One tumor is 9 INCHES big. They can’t get them out or do anything. I just will visit the cancer doc probably a few more times and then it’s the palliative care DRs who adjust the pain medication. I’m in   of pain w/ my stomach, and have been for months ….

…. The bad part is I have no money, enuf for a few months of mortgage. I can’t go back to work with my horrible pains, I can hardly walk a block or so, so I’m gonna apply for SSA disability benefits, and when they kick me out of the work insurance (in a month or less) apply for medicade. I’m in bad straights and I’m more sad and scared about my lack of money situation more than anything.

Several pals suggested I blog about it and get everyone else to, and set up a pay pal account. I used to think they were annoying, when you’re begging for travel funds or something, but since this is a life and death situation, I can’t be proud.

I was stunned. Totally shocked.

How the fuck are you supposed to respond to news like that … from a fellow blogger … from someone you respect … from a dear friend. From someone who is desperate for help in her hour of need. From someone I know would normally be too proud to ask.

It’s easy …

If you pray. Then pray. For a fucking miracle.

If you have fingers on your hand then please, please, please visit Bunni on her website and leave a comment. Give her all the emotional support you can possibly muster. Christ knows she needs it right now.

If you have cash. Send some. Anything. Even if you don’t know her personally, then there can’t be many readers of this blog that wouldn’t empathise with a fellow blogger’s similar approach to exposing government bullshit. OK. I know times are hard but I would guess that most of us expect to live a few more years yet. We can earn more cash. Bunni can’t. Do you really want someone, that has given so much to the independent blogosphere over the years, to die in agony. Under a bridge. In a cardboard box.

 

Please Help Support Bunni

Thank you.

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God bless you Bunni ;-)

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  1. Thanks for writing such a brilliant post for Bunni, Max.

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  2. Max! Now I am totally speechless. this is such a BEAUTIFUL post about my plight. You wrote it in such a unique way, your own inimitable way! I am honored to have you as a friend. I have always admired YOUR candor, outspokenness, and standing up against the evil gov’t minions who have destroyed our once nice way of life.

    Like Spider said, this is BRILLIANT! I am blessed indeed, no matter what happens, to have such true friends as yourself, Spider, and many others who care about me and want to help. I will always be with you, and watch over you all from Heaven, and be your Guardian Angel. I have a feeling you’ll all need one, because things are getting worse every single day.
    One good thing is I won’t be around to see it all unfold, that would be too depressing.

    As long as I have good pain medication (it’s being adjusted and getting a bit more effective) and the love and support of my friends, and some quiet time to rest and be with kitty, who is a comfort, I will do allright. They say dying is easy (with the right combo of iv meds ;-) It’s living in this awful age that is the hard part. You have made my life much brighter, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. God Bless you and your readers!

    I will continue to be my feisty, outspoken self right up until my last breath, I know that…..in fact I find I’ve gotten more so the last week. Now I really don’t have time for idiocy or morons. In a way this news is very liberating, and it is good to know ahead of time when you might go, as opposed to just dropping out one day from a heart attack, and nothing in order. I hope all is well with you, write me when you can, and we can continue this. Bunni Hugggggs!

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    • Bunni – It’s difficult to know what to say when faced with a situation like that. My father died of cancer last year, only 10 days after diagnosis, so we had little time to deal with it. His financial situation was less serious than yours, so a donation is on its way.

      You said “One good thing is I won’t be around to see it all unfold, that would be too depressing.” which is almost the same as I suggested in an email to Max yesterday, and then felt bad about. I feel slightly less guilty now…

      I can assure you that we will all continue the fight against TPTB when you’re gone – it’s the least we can do. Better to go out having tried, than just sitting back and complaining when it’s too late.

      I can’t really focus on making any more comments, so wish you the best under difficult circumstances.

      Regards, MD

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    • Thanks for taking the trouble to stop by Bunnikins. I know that the pain means you are unable to stay at the keyboard for more than a few minutes. You really are displaying the kind of humility that is so sadly lacking in others. TBH, I think I’d find it very hard to match … if I were in your situation.

      Keep doing what you’re doing and stay strong. Remember that we are all thinking of you. BTW, if you’d like a copy of the pdf, that George Silver has kindly offered to provide, then drop me a line and I’ll forward your mail address on to him.

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  3. A few suggestions that you might like to pass on Max.

    Take MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) Sodium Chlorite activated with Citric Acid. Go onto the web and see the videos of Jim Humble.
    Max, send me an email and I’ll send you a pdf. of Jim Humble’s book.
    Go to the Web site of Dr Simoncini (cancerfungus.com/)
    Apricot Kernels (anticancerinfo.co.uk/apricot_kernels.html) worth a try.
    Study the works of Bob Beck (www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeck.html)
    Watch this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl8Y8I_TsjI)

    Forget about praying: nobody is listening.

    Avoid Chemo and Radiation. They shrink tumours but nearly always guarantee the death of the patient.

    I’d go with the MMS as a start because it’s so easy to do yourself. I’m actually about to start making it.

    I already use Bob Beck’s ideas on micro-currents, Colloid Silver (which I make for friends). Ozone and Electronic Magnetic Pulsing.

    Why am I into all this? I had two cousins die of cancer using “conventional” medical treatments. The “conventional” medical system is one big money making con game.

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    • George – I know you have mentioned this kind of stuff before, so many thanks for taking the time and trouble to provide such a mine of information here. Here’s hoping that it will provide a lifeline for Bunni and anyone else who is suffering from the dreaded cancer.

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  4. p.s. Jim Humble in his YouTube Prague conference talks about liver cancer near the end of his talk.

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    • GS – Bunni has been in touch. I’ll mail you her details ;-)

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      • Thank you George, and Max, for sending me the info and PDF Stuff, I will study up on it. So much info out there, my head is swimming.

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  5. Thank you for helping our beloved Bunni! I’ve added you to the Roll Call list of bloggers who are showing Bunni the loves in a post at my place.

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    • That’s quite a list you have going there Zilla. Great to see so many other bloggers are helping Bunni ;-)

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      • Zilla is SO WONDERFUL and such a great help! My mind is boggled with all the great posts and comments. I don’t know how she keeps track of everything!
        She’s a saint, and Max, I know you’d enjoy her blog, she’s very outspoken and feisty, like us!

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  6. Dear Max, can you please find out how much money Bunni needs every month and then tell us. I for one would be happy to make a donation every month or weekly for as long as she needs it, and maybe some others out there could do the same, so that we know she has everything she needs.
    Regards
    John Gibson

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    • Many thanks for your generous support John. Bunni will be keeping an eye on the comments so I dare say she’ll reply here or contact me direct at some point.

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    • John: That is so sweet and most kind of you! I really couldn’t expect you to go to all that trouble every week or month or whatever, but of course as often as you’d like to help, it would be a Blessing. Sadly, my home mortgage alone is $1, 300 per month then of course there are utilities, food, insurance etc. etc.
      On the low end it’s $2,000 a month…..but again I can’t expect everyone to try and keep up with that.

      Whatever you can afford and God puts in your heart to help is fine with me. I know he will provide, like he’s been doing. Thank you SO MUCH for caring and helping! Max’s readers are so very generous and compassionate, and the information and help and articles on Cancer, etc. are worth their weight in Gold Too!
      Have a beautiful week.

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      • Hi Bunni, I’m at work just now, but as soon as I get home I will log on to you site and send you something. I will do it on a regular basis. Bunni I am just a normal workin man, but I will send what I can.
        Best Wishes
        John

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  7. Max,

    I’ve just Paypalled $10 to Bunni. It’s not much but it’s what I can afford, and if all of your readers sent a similar or less amount then I’m sure it would result in a sizeable amount.

    I’ve never been to her website but have seen her post plenty of interesting comments on yours.

    Please send her my most sincerest best wishes for her seemingly unsurmountable plight. I hope the little I can do right now makes her present situation a little easier. If you quote “temprana” as regards the PayPal donation then she will know it’s me.

    Bunni… I hope things go as best they can for you and that you get all the support you need (and deserve).

    Max, keep up the good work. You’re doing such an excellent job in exposing those who need to be exposed. I’ve been very quiet as of late due to work issues, but I read every blog you post.

    To you and Bunni….keep striving!

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    • Thanks Salti … every little counts. It really does help. I’m sure Bunni will be in touch to thank you personally. Appreciate your kind comments about the blog and your continued support ;-)

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      • I did send the thank you note! Max, thank you again for being so helpful,
        I do read the comments here, and try and respond when I can. It’s a marvy system with the notify and all. I hope you have a beautiful start to the week.

        I’m having the home care hospice social worker come to the house today in a few hours. I guess it’s the initial interview, but hopefully then can help me with stuff, and maybe get me “meals on wheels” for at least the one meal a day. It’s getting hard to walk to the store, and I can’t bug my neighbors all the time for rides and stuff. I really don’t want to be a burden on anyone. And, I’m going to stay in my house up until the end, no more hospitals for me!

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    • Salti, thank you for your kindness and donation. There is no such thing as a “little” amount…every one is precious to me. Whatever a person can do, based on their circumstances is fine. I know times are very tough out there for everyone. It’s hard to keep one’s head above water, with our crap gov’ts hell bent on destroying the middle class.

      I appreciate your time and trouble to help, from everyone. God will bless you for your kindness.

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