A couple of weekends ago I was helping my dad put up a bamboo fence in my backyard. It seemed simple enough.
Until suddenly I broke out with this nasty angry red rash all over my forearms.
A day later, it spread to my shins and calves.
I was up night after night scratching my arms and legs.
I thought that I had an allergic reaction to whatever chemical they sprayed on the bamboo to keep the pests from eating away at it. This is what they refer to as "contact dermatitis."
Or that maybe when I was standing behind my rosebush, perhaps there was some kind of poison oak or something.
Never in my entire life had I ever had an allergic reaction like this. I was so itchy and it was beyond miserable. I'm still struggling to get this rash under control and I'm scratching my arms in between typing this email to you.
I went to my doctor's office last Friday and he told me that he had several patients come in with the same kind of angry rash on their forearms over the prior two weeks.
And then proceeded to tell me that I was allergic...to the weather.
WTF?? Is this a REAL thing?? Allergies to the weather?
This was a new low when it comes to the "dumbing down" of America. Even doctors aren't immune to the stupidity, it would seem.
I kept questioning him.
"What do you mean...the weather? I've never been allergic to the weather before and I've lived in Southern California since 1987."
"Oh, but there are a lot of people allergic to the weather," he insisted.
"Don't you mean allergies to pollen? That kind of thing?"
"No, you can be allergic to the weather."
And then he proceeded to give me a prescription. For generic Claritin. Even after I specifically told him that I DON'T take generic medication because it never works right. And he told me that he would prescribe the real stuff...as I was thinking to myself...What's the point? I can get it over the counter at CVS.
Finally, he told me that Benadryl would be better, to take that at night, and to be sure to drink plenty of water.
Okay, doc. Whatever you say.
I started to think about what the REAL cause of this sudden rash was IF he was telling me the truth in that there were A LOT of people coming in over the prior two weeks with the same forearm rash. I had a couple of theories. The first one was...some kind of delayed reaction from having Omicron? (I had it in January.) Like a symptom of long-form Covid? Or maybe a symptom from getting the Pfizer shots?
This theory was shot when I met a woman the day after who told me that she didn't have any form of Covid or any of the shots...and she got the same rash on her forearms too.
So...then I have another theory...and this one is kind of scary.
I think "they" are spraying a bunch of stuff into our environment. Maybe to help curtain climate change. Maybe to kill pests. Maybe to kill us. Who the hell knows?! And if you have all this stuff in our environment that is now affecting people's skin, it's only a matter of time before it begins to do some internal damage. Maybe this is why kids and animals are getting cancer at a most alarming rate and in the highest numbers than any other time in history. And maybe my skin rash has something to do with this. And maybe the doctor, when he said it was because of the "weather," really meant it was because of the wind blowing these toxins on my body because I happened to be standing outside, it was windy, and it might've been a heavy-duty chem trail day. Who knows?!
These are just crazy theories. Or maybe not that crazy at all.
All I know is that I'm itchy and it sucks.
Last week I was talking to my multi-millionaire real estate investing partner -- Andrew Shaw -- and I mentioned my skin rash. Then I told him my crazy theories. He simply said, "Probably right."
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