Day 4494 of pain; A bit of an update to the previous blog post on agreements.

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It seems as though State Compensation Insurance Fund,  The current SCIF adjuster, Kimberly Snyder, who has as of yesterday morning at 11am, has agreed to the terms of my Internet archives posted on this page. She was reading and clicking through these blog archives. The Fund decided to continue cyberstalking of me again yesterday at 11am, 2hours before the WCAB hearing at 1:30pm. Had I of known this at prior to the hearing I would have brought up her continuing conduct, and her now agreeing to the medical cannabis receipts I had submitted previously before the court around $23k, and updated yesterday to roughly $52k. These amounts do not include penalties due.

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The person spent six minutes and fifty seconds on the agreement page before continuing. More time than most people spend reading an iTunes click-thru agreement, which would suggest understanding of actions by continuing.

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SCIF IP: 206.202.88.34 spent 6 minutes and 50 seconds on agreement page before continuing to posted terms

“The Fund” mothership also decided yet again change up their batting order, by sending in yet another new lawyer for handling my case for no natural reason I could discern, Richard Conlan the last new guy from last time was not there. You see confusion and chaos is their business model.

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Fortunately a 2011 letter from the always forgetful adjuster Kimberly Snyder on SCIF official letterhead, produced by myself hopefully squashed issue of SCIF’s terminal delay of authorization by the second opinion surgeon.

The new Judge made it quite clear to the newest SCIF lawyer, Jeremy Clifft, who really did not have much at all to say yesterday on behalf of his client SCIF, that SCIF _SHOULD_(heavily influenced) authorize whatever the doctor writes in his report this coming Monday November 18th, 2013. But SCIF can and very likely will delay, deny and or cut up the report into smaller more undeniably delayed bits. But nonetheless, again, the same surgeon will reconstruct the same very very likely verdict received two years ago, after heavily delayed testing MRI, CT Myelogram in August 2012, and also the year prior by the original surgeon. Cervical reconstruction. The current hardware removed, then new replacements mounted from the back this time in addition to the front. Blah, blah blah. Matching scars are in my future. In addition to some coal for stockings.

The next scheduled WCAB appearance is set for 2013.12.23. Things really never get done around the worker’s compensation arena these times of years(one dozen and counting) as everyone in need decides to take holiday vacations to artificially increase capitalist for profit demand of services.

I almost feel like playing Santa next time in the cattle chute of the Santa Ana, California Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board giving the gift of My Medicine – SIGNED The WCAB Yesterday; SCIF Adjuster Agreed; SCIF Lawyer Shat Himself to fellow injured workers.

Ho Ho Ho!

Twas two nights before Christmas

UPDATE 2013-11-17

Of interesting News… On Friday, November 15th, 2013 the CEO (Tom Rowe) and CFO (Dan Sevilla) of State Compensation Insurance Fund both abruptly quit the Fund.

Tom Rowe resigned as State Fund’s chief executive, and Dan Sevilla resigned as chief financial officer.

Fund spokeswoman Jennifer Vargen wouldn’t offer an explanation for their departures but said the resignations were voluntary.

After former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a reform bill that reduced workers’ comp costs, the market turmoil subsided and private insurers moved back in. State Fund’s business began shrinking, and “we really had more staff than we needed,” Vargen said. Annual premiums have fallen back to around $1billion.

Since Rowe joined the organization in 2009, staffing has been reduced by 40percent, and some offices have been closed. The fund, based in San Francisco, employs 4,400 workers.

“It hasn’t always been easy, but change was necessary,” he added.

The downsizing was accompanied by some controversy. In 2011, the fund agreed to pay up to $50million in severance packages for state workers who volunteered to leave the organization, even though it wasn’t required by civil service rules. The payments were made as part of an agremeent with Local 1000 of the Service Employees International Union, which had criticized State Fund for the way it was handling the downsizing.

The agreement reflected “the board’s commitment to doing the right thing for employees facing layoff,” Vargen said at the time.

Because State Fund runs on customer premiums, the payouts didn’t cost taxpayers any money.

In its announcement Friday, State Fund said general counsel Carol Newman has been named interim CEO. The fund’s chief investment officer, Pete Guastamachio, is the interim chief financial officer.


4386 Days between
7/26/2001 7/29/2013

I hurt.

The px workcomp Archives 20130729 131838 Deloitte & Touche Agrees; WCAB Judge Vincenti Blas Reads My Blog Too (& 2013.11.13 SCIF Agreed to the Terms)
Not sure what to write. Sure there are a lot of things to say. No I’m still painfully, endlessly waiting for cervical reconstruction surgery and medical treatment after being threatened with continued medical insecurity plus 52.5 years of additional sadness by the Workers Compensation Appeals Board Judge, Vincenti Blas in chambers. But that I’ve said this before and will publish it again.

So what might be considered “new”?

4th of July Reading my Blog. IP 71.130.215.239 Google search for  dino f. freda state fund  blog.px   Web Analytics Reports 20130704 234644 Deloitte & Touche Agrees; WCAB Judge Vincenti Blas Reads My Blog Too (& 2013.11.13 SCIF Agreed to the Terms)
Arduino F. Freda vanity searching, mind you he removed himself from my case, causing more delays…

Earlier this month, on the 4th of July, I can only assume an intoxicated Arduino F. Freda decided to perform his usual vanity search and read my blog, again after celebrating his Fourth of July.

Another SCIF employee decided to visit my blog directly also while “working”.
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Some visitors have not cleared cookies and are shown as being here before.
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The system involved with an on the job injury is systematically corrupt. It is not based on medicine although purported to be such a fashion if reading the law, or it is some time consuming task to interpret outcomes designed by themselves to be faulty and not in good faith.

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Judge Vincenti Blas vanity searching

Let’s remember the Blas’ ex-employers, State Compensation Insurance Fund considers me, an injured worker a threat to their business model. It’s extremely hard for State Fund and the WCAB to contest years of agreed upon methods of email communications which I have made public in an effort to prove the systematic delays instilled by the corrupt workers, deaf to appeals. Isn’t that right supposed Information and Assistance Officer Tim Cox?


“We work in four key business areas — audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting — but our real strength comes from combining the talents of those groups to address clients’ needs.”

So it seems though that a large law respected firm such as Deloitte & Touche agreeing with scientific backed views on medical cannabis would be of a concern to State Funds, and Deaf Appeals Boards, especially since I am sure D&T is an auditor of theirs if not the State of California. Considering the scale of corruption here, clearly a coordinated group is fudging their numbers over there.(Points everywhere.) BTW, still waiting for the records processing fee Deloitte which was also clearly displayed(<blink> tags FTW) and 100% agreed to when clicked through by a member of your corporate entity as shown by the network address the request was received from.
Agreement IP 167.219.88.140 Deloitte   Touche deloitte.com lists.ns1.net   Web Analytics Reports 20130628 234422 Deloitte & Touche Agrees; WCAB Judge Vincenti Blas Reads My Blog Too (& 2013.11.13 SCIF Agreed to the Terms)

So what are visitors prompted with upon visiting my public archives? A legally binding click-through agreement. Text, and the screen grab. Top Blinks, so does #10.

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ATTENTION! Federal and State Governmental Agencies, State Compensation Insurance Fund, Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board, Judges, Lawyers, other Insurance entities, agents, contractors or employees acting for government, or businesses, including doctors or medical professionals, et al;

By clicking “I agree/ Proceed” or through continued browsing you hereby agree to this binding contract:

    1. All outlined provisions subject to change with 10 day notice
    2. Will in good faith send a $15 records processing fee,
    3. With this blank page showing time of records access.
    4. Fee is payable via cashiers check made out to Rob Friedman.
      One check for each individual file access being requested.
    5. Payment due immediately postmarked and payable within a 2 week grace period of your access.
    6. Medical Cannabis provides relief from and or cures the
      cumulative injuries suffered by
      Rob Friedman,
      outlined.
    7. Medical Cannabis is currently falsely categorized
      by the Drug Enforcement Administration
    8. Medical Cannabis will be immediately reimbursed by the worker’s compensation carrier, including past presented reciepts and all penalty due.
    9. By continuing agreement is made to pay for all future medical benefits without delay, denial, unwanted tertiary decisions, and or contentious utilization review processes.
    10. ALL ACCESS IS MONITORED AND LOGGED
adsl-71-130-215-239.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net.

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UPDATE: Go read the post on 2013.11.14

Day 4494; So SCIF has as of yesterday morning at 11am, has agreed to the above posted terms of my archives. They were reading and clicking through these blog archives and began at this post you are reading now. SCIF decided to cyberstalk me again yesterday at 11am, 2hours before the WCAB hearing at 1:30pm.

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A friend of mine recently got into learning how to Git. To be specific, how to broach learning Github Pages and all the other features they give away. Anyway, with the directions for setup of using your own domain name, and in general, GitHub only supports and provides IPv4 addressing at this time. So after creating an A record in DNS, which points to 204.232.175.78, this name is now resolvable to GitHub.

With my home network, and while out and about I generally have IPv6 enabled. This will certainly cause a problem as not all name requested in my zone will return AAAA records. For example I have a wildcard; *.test.ns1.net which points to a CNAME fwd.ns1.net; this resolves to A and AAAA addressing I control. Adding a single A record will cause DNS to return the AAAA of the CNAME result, as there is no configured AAAA record.

Well, CloudFlare will be happy to provide you with their reverse proxy CDN service which will allow accessing your GitHub Page over IPv6, just enable it. As a benefit your configured CloudFlare Apps will also apply to the zone. This will for example, allow you to apply your own analytics using my upcoming project, a Piwik Analytics application, and your own tracker.

Of course this does not resolve the unfortunate fact that GitHub itself does not provide IPv6 resolution of their names, and using any of the ssh:// and git:// repos will still only have IPv4.

The birds are getting to have some depth to their winged development. It’s been just about two weeks since I started taking some pictures of the house guests.

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It has been a few more days and our new houseguests are starting to gain normal feathers. These first few are from Friday.

Some video too of baby birds sleeping, sure why not?

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I’m sad.

I’m depressed.

At times even worse and feel like less than nothing.

I will freely admit this to just about anyone who asks. I am just open like that. Be it good or bad, it’s how I am, I share what I am feeling inside. Please do not pathologize.

Unjustly oppression must be taught or bred into prosecutorial lawyers and judges it seems; to threaten, bully, taunt, and stalk their prey into submission or worse is just how they troll.

RIP: Aaron Swartz committed suicide on January 11th, 2013. He was 26.

(https://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/)

Aaron at age 14, co-authored the RSS 1.0 specification alongside Dave Winer. Aaron as a hacker also had a hand in the social movements online, Reddit, Creative Commons, Demand Progress, Internet Archives, and NYTimes link generator.

Lawrence Lessig wrote this quite eloquently.

Fifty years in jail, charges our government. Somehow, we need to get beyond the “I’m right so I’m right to nuke you” ethics that dominates our time. That begins with one word: Shame.

One word, and endless tears.

Why am I writing my blog post today you are reading? The parallels of oppression and feelings, pain me greatly. I’ve known for far too long that shaming these types of people publicly is the only way forward.

Unjust 50+ year, essentially lifelong sentences being racketeered by individuals who act in cooperation to further their negative causes.

  • His trapped in jail for copying bits, soon to be made freely available to many if not all, not just the Harvard students with JSTOR access.
  • Mine fraught with preventable pain, trapped as well, because medical cannabis works for me. I went through all the proper channels and processes to get it.
  • Aaron was repeatedly threatened by his prosecutor, Carmen M. Ortiz.
  • I was threatened by not only the various prosecutors, Arduino F. Freda, Manny (guy has terrible halitosis), Abi A. Akinola, but even one of the WCAB Judges himself, Vincenti Blas, in chambers on several occasions with 52 long years of hell as he pointed out is my life expectancy in a book next to his desk.
  • Aaron aspired to share technology, wisdom, and invention with the world from a young age.
  • My own technological aspirations to hack things have been strong from the onset as well. Much lost or erased by time, financial hardship, or hardware failures.
  • Aaron was to be labeled a felon for life for sharing information by the criminal justice system because of a bully.
  • I am permanently disabled some of it stemming from continuous delays enabled by the worker’s compensation system and have a hell of a time finding work. I put an entire 10 years of email communications with SCIF online to access freely by interested individuals.

In order to get prescribed medical help and treatment I have already been required to submit to endless examinations by quacks and supposedly qualified medical evaluators. Each one more ridiculous and time wasting than the last. Wasting days now filling out 550 MMPI bubbles with a #2 pencil. Standing around in x-ray radiation for spinal second opinions, or waiting in a claustrophobic MRI machines. Contentious tertiary decisions ordered by the State of California. Ignorance of the QME panel going back to 2005. Suddenly in December, after many years the primary prosecutor, Dino Freda, decides to remove himself from my case after the last visit for psychological care.

The summer of 2001 when my life changed was a long time ago now. Today is January 12th, 2013. It’s a new year only 12 days old. I am still 32. Not a lot is changing or expected to change for months to come. Nothing progressed over the holidays, which is quite literally business as usual for me and others. Yet another nightmare before Christmas if you will. I’m still struggling to keep my head above the water line more and more. Not having regular work or receiving help for getting back to work from the worker’s compensation insurance provider State Compensation Insurance fund is my nightmare now for eleven years running. I want a full time job, not endless days struggling with demons I have no control over, worrying, wondering just when they will choose and decide to allow pain relief and surgeries requested by health care professionals to relieve my permanent pain and injuries which were sustained on the job. We all need help.

Still with me?

Fix the machine, not the person.

http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/rawnerve

https://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/13/technology/aaron-swartz-internet-activist-dies-at-26.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/jan/12/aaron-swartz-heroism-suicide1

http://unhandled.com/2013/01/12/the-truth-about-aaron-swartzs-crime/

http://boingboing.net/2013/01/12/rip-aaron-swartz.html

http://www.thenation.com/blog/172187/aaron-swartz

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-tag/2013Jan/0017.html

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/01/12/169235633/aaron-swartz-reddit-cofounder-and-online-activist-dead-at-26?ft=1&f=1019

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/posthumously-pardon-aaron-swartz/DVpdmSBj

http://dangillmor.com/2013/01/12/remember-aaron-swartz-by-working-for-open-society-and-against-government-abuses/

https://freedom-to-tinker.com/blog/sjs/grieving-aaron-swartz/

http://jilliancyork.com/2013/01/12/on-aaron-swartz/

http://ascii.textfiles.com/archives/3898

 

Anyone can become angry – that is so easy. But, to become angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way – that is not so easy

(Aristotle 384–322 BC).

Loyola law school professor Jessica Levinson on how conflicts of interest and writing: “Lawyers put things in writing all the time. This is kind of our bread and butter is. Not much of what we do is done on a handshake, wink, and a nod. Particularly when it comes to ethical duties. When it comes to duty of loyalty. When it comes to having confidential information.”

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