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  • This morning, at 8:00 a.m. Jim got wired for a 24 hour EEG, to measure and record the electrical activity of his brain

    Seems the doctors cannot figure out how or why he writes his songs

    The next best thing to asking him and listening to his crys for help
    is to just read the charts, that way you don’t have to treat him like a person
    It’s easier to address the disease, if you can find one

    Last week Jim was having real cerebral events, they said his seizures were getting worse, and his doctors doped him with more dilantin and other mind numbing drugs

    But as of yesterday, the same doctors told us that his seizures are emotional, not physical, seems they think he needs a shrink.

    Jim’s Neurologist has never witnessed his frequent and debilitating seizure activity

    I wonder what the story will be tomorrow. Will today’s test, record a hit or a miss, after all, it’s only Jim’s song.

    Anger Management is out of the question.
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