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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Mon Apr 08, 2024 12:10 pm

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I must say: It is just so cool for Me to be able to Play My Guitar, to be able to Pick out individual Notes. When I first tried to say form a D Major Chord, "A "Chord. Heck any Chord. I could not do it. I mean My Mind would say to My Left hand My Hand with its Fingers to Form say an A Chord. It would not respond. If any of You Heard Me Play Ny Guitar. I practice every Day. Oh, I imagine that You Guys would, or heck Who Knows? Maybe You Guys will one Day. He's a terrible Player of the Guitar. But I will be Playing. To be able to Play at all is a genuine testament to the Ability of My Body to recover.

When I Fly again. My all-time Greatest Flight will be My next Flight. Even though I will have forgotten the basics relating to how to Fly a Hang Glider. I will have forgotten how to Whack a HG. But Bottom line: I will have Flown.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Tue Apr 09, 2024 1:17 pm

OK I feel that is appropriate that I put this up on This Brain Dead Thread. That is because, I have experienced Brain Damage. I want to say that for me to back to Rites. Yes, for Me I want to get Back to Free Flight. Yes, I want to be able to Fly My Beloved One Fifty-Eight Predator. But more important than flying, I know that it might seem Odd. But what I think of more than flying, is to go back to Work. This is so weird for Me to contemplate, but it just kills Me that on the 21st. I will have to go see a doctor over at Kaiser Hospital over in Santa Rosa. So I will undergo My Yearly Physical. What I will propose to the Doctor that I will see is: Would He sign the paper that says that I am Good to Go for being able to return to work. See I am a General Contractor. I have a Job lined up to Work for My Friends Construction Company, Bay Cities Construction.

I just want to say that I never say the Day coming that I would need a: "Permission Slip" in order so that I can go back to Work. I just wonder if I will need to get a Permission Slip in order to Pay My Income Taxes Next Year.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby dhmartens » Thu Apr 11, 2024 9:35 pm

Chris,
In my studies I have found Dave Hunt who might give insight as he said " The brain is a machine that a ghost operates"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4zn_Z-7Zt4&t=443s
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Fri Apr 12, 2024 12:20 pm

Demartines. I tripped out when an extremely intelligent friend of Mine when responding to My Question: Mike do You believe that God Exists? Mike replied, Why Yes. For if when everything in this world was created if the Spread if it had a spread of anything but 104 Degrees. Life on this Planet would have been Compliantly Different. The mole Water would have lost its universal solvent Properties among other changes.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Mon Apr 29, 2024 4:35 pm

So I have been examined By More than a Few Doctors at John Muir, and Kaiser Hospitals. Well as I said in Pervious Posts appraised My Condition, and naturally what was thought by these Doctors as the Possibility that I would be able to Fully Recover. Ok this is not going to be a Post when I go on, and on about how Poor My condition seemed, and the Possibility of My recovering to what I was before March Twenty-Eight Two Thousand Ten.

No. this is a site that I believe was set up By Pilots Who caught the Same: [BUG|, {Disease} that I did Oh Thirty Years ago. You Guys cannot know just How Badly I want to be able to have some new Flying experiences, such as: Doing a really through Pre-Flight on a Glider. Most Likely that Glider will be a North Wing T-Two that John has. Speaking of John Heiney. When I write about John Heiney, even when the Subject of My Post is not about The Predator. When Mentioning Simply John Henry's First Name, John. Everyone knows Who You are talking about. I have heard it said Regarding John Heiney, "Everyone Knows John Heiney". Yes, Everyone in Hang Gliding knows John Heiney.

I must Demonstrate to John and Myself, that I can still Fly. I know in the end, after I have regained My: {WING'S}, and I am Flying once again. I will have no doubt that when John once again does what He did I do not know How long it has been but let Me just say it was Twenty or so Years ago now. Anway's John offered Me His One Forty-Two Predator to Fly. By the way back then that Day at Fort Funston, I weighed around 230 Lbs. Anyways I Weighed One Hundred and Ninety-Seven Pound's this Morning. So, when John Offers me His 142 Predator to Fly. I will know that John feels that My Skills are back.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Sun Jun 16, 2024 7:26 pm

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So is this song by the Beatles, was the inspiration during the time the time did John or Paul Get some Airtime Flying Their Hang Glider due to getting some help from their Friends? If one of those, or Who knows maybe both John Lennon and Paul McCartney indeed become inspired to write this Song by a Day where Friends Helped Them .

If it is true that adventures in Flying inspired the compassion of this Song, that would be just so cool!
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Sun Jun 16, 2024 8:41 pm

One of the initial Prognosis's was that I would truly Brain DEAD. I am so thankful that did not come to Pass. This whole Experience has really been something. I mean it all started just over Fourteen Years ago. Here I am here at My Computer longing, hopping to Fly again. In fact, since I Pounded, I have had when I lived Down in Brentwood. I had two flights flying a Grob two seat Sail Plane. Up here there is a Sail Plane Operation over at Willams. I did initiate first Contact by calling them about making it Possible to Fly a Two Seat Sailplane along with an Instructor in the Back seat. Stand By I will Post anything that I learn. Possibly Video.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Thu Jun 20, 2024 12:59 pm

Wel, here I am, where I talk about all things Flying. Anyways to Fly again is always the Case with Me I think about My Flying again. Well, I imagine that if had not Pounded My Brain into? I do not know what to Call What I did to My Body, and My Brain. Anyways I recovered, am I am still improving to this Day Fourteen Years ago things did Not look so good for Me. But then there is that expression: "Time Cures all Ills". So, it appears that Time has, and is on My side.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Fri Jul 05, 2024 11:15 am

OK, I want to SAay that if I had known way Back in 1990 that My Flying HG's would lead to My having an accident. Where I hit the Ground way too hard. Sheering Brain Axons {Brain Damage}. I doubt I would have pursued to endeavor pursuing how to learn to become a HG Pilot. That being said: I am pretty much Stuck. I think constantly about Flying. Flying for Me has been the greatest Joy in MY Life. Yet Flying caused MY life to almost cease. Yet in spite of the reality on the last Flight back on 3-26-2010 My life alost came to an end. I so ant to fly again. Go Figure.
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Re: Brain Dead?

Postby Chris McKeon » Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:15 pm

Yes, the Way, I see it: Fourteen Years ago, I miss Managed My Set-Sup regarding My Landing on Sunday March Twenty-Eight, 2010. I hit the ground way too Hard. Due to that impact, I experienced a serious case of Sheered Brain Axons. Yes, I did have a case of Brain Injury. But noy as time goes on well past a decade later. the way i see myself. I look at this way; I had a bad Day/ I had Brain injury. Fourteen Years later I no longer see Myself as a guy Who Has Brain Injury. It is just like if the last Car that I bought was when I purchased a Car Fourteen Years ago. I would no longer have a; {NEW CAR}.
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