At this point why not butcher my last name? [px-workcomp] friedmen vs. #scif ; second opinion and #myelogram evaluation http://t.co/LFFRf5CM
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rob

SCIF returns again today to read my blog 20120821 141620 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

These people really need more productive things to do than continuously read my same blog post from 2010, or one from 2009, and then venturing towards a post regarding my stay in the hospital due to complications from the yearlong delayed CT Myelogram and subsequent blood patch.

SCIF’s intentions do not mystify me.

Judge Vincenti Blas is an Ex-SCIF Employee, who clearly explained them
to me, as I explained to you via email, and I am sure if your years of
experience have been through with the insurer of last resort State
Compensation Insurance Fund.

They would and will, take any and all measures to delay my life.
Sounds rather corrupt.

 

 

UPDATE 2012.09.18

It looks like Arduino the lawyer from SCIF decided to visit my blog again. Not a shocker. Seeing as I have the follow-up with the second opinion spine surgeon tomorrow which they canceled previously, this makes sense. Fucking cyber stalkers. Seeing as he is a lawyer, he hopefully enjoyed reading about the illegal notices from TGM Prado at Laguna Hills.

SCIF IP Address 206.202.94.21 returns directly 20120918 200732 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

 

UPDATE 2012.10.18220px Ouroboros simple 20121018 185412 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

Dear SCIF reader. Like clockwork. Here you are again. Glad you methodically like reading this same post, on or around the 18th of each month. Right here. Of legal note: Have I mentioned that this Orange County SCIF employee repeatedly stalking my website is harmfully annoying and costs me resources? And also of note, Orange County was the first county in America to develop and propose anti-stalking law?

SCIF IP  206.202.94.22 visits again via Google search 20121018 182225 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

Clearly we know who it is. Eh Dino Freda?

SCIF IP  206.202.94.22 searches Google for  dino freda  20121018 184025 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

UPDATE 2012.11.06

Went to psychologist consultation today; crying almost all the way.

Fortunately my online stalker and SCIF lawyer Arduino Freda decided to check-up on me again today what if anything my blog shows. So here is an update for him. First a google search for “px-workcomp“;

SCIF IP 206.202.94.22 visits via google search px workcomp blog.px   Web Analytics Reports 20121105 183048 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

Then visits my static homepage.

SCIF IP 206.202.94.22 playerx.net   Web Analytics Reports 20121105 183229 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

Then Arduino visits the px-workcomp email archives which go back to 2003.

He was then prompted by a legally binding click-through agreement. Clearly he understands his actions.

SCIF IP 206.202.94.22 via google search px workcomp lists.ns1.net   Web Analytics Reports 20121105 183410 State Compensation Insurance Fund Employee Reading My Blog... Again

State Compensation Insurance Fund through the actions of it’s employees, by authorization of accepted practices the WCAB judges are continuously being antagonistic and contentious. SCIF continues ex-parte communications with the Judge(s). I’ve complained to the state. No one cares. I’ve complained to my psychologist, he doesn’t want to notice or make note of, even though it’s plain to see.

The #workComp #people at #SCIF repeatedly act in #bad #faith; I catch them, call them out, & I am the one with issues? http://t.co/YMHi8pmt
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rob

Especially since I do painfully remember just about, and have everything, filed away in my head; it is certainly not easy to find physically in the real world.

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