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    Default Re: A Doctor's Office Included My Medical Information in a Restraining Order Against

    Suicide is a personal choice. No one else is responsible for it but the person who commits it. The laws on what is and is not allowable do not change because someone "might" decide to kill themselves if they don't.

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    That's not true at all, people have gotten charged with manslaughter for pushing others to commit suicide.

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    Which is not at all the same thing you are talking about, even if true.

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    You don't know the context, and I wasn't talking about myself. Anyway, I did my paperwork and turned it in, etc. It's horrendously boring and pointless, with wasted paper out the wazoo. They don't even let me fax or mail paperwork in so I have to drive nearly a hour in both directions just to turn stupid stuff in. This is the stupidest game ever. I mean, the idea that someone wouldn't break the restraining order to break the law is inane. If I was going to do anything to the doctor's office, which I'm not, it would only serve as provocation to do it.

    They outright lie and listed people I've never interacted with saying I've interacted with them. It's a big idiotic dogpile. All they've done and made sure they've made an enemy that is certainly going to pay them back legally with a multiple of any hardship they caused me. I might have to wait for the RO to go, but I'll freaking wait.

    They actually put their own name down as the respondent in a part of the paperwork too. I'm sure the courts wouldn't have let me get away with that. It favors the doctors office.

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    You don't know the context, and I wasn't talking about myself. Anyway, I did my paperwork and turned it in, etc. It's horrendously boring and pointless, with wasted paper out the wazoo. They don't even let me fax or mail paperwork in so I have to drive nearly a hour in both directions just to turn stupid stuff in. This is the stupidest game ever. I mean, the idea that someone wouldn't break the restraining order to break the law is inane. If I was going to do anything to the doctor's office, which I'm not, it would only serve as provocation to do it.

    They outright lie and listed people I've never interacted with saying I've interacted with them. It's a big idiotic dogpile. All they've done and made sure they've made an enemy that is certainly going to pay them back legally with a multiple of any hardship they caused me. I might have to wait for the RO to go, but I'll freaking wait.

    They actually put their own name down as the respondent in a part of the paperwork too. I'm sure the courts wouldn't have let me get away with that. It favors the doctors office.
    You realize that they can get PERMANENT ROs against you if you don't leave them alone, right?

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    That's what I'm going to court about: A permanent RO, which lasts 3 years max. Only I haven't broken the temporary RO yet. If I am willing to break the temporary, I'm certainly willing to break the permanent. This is a stupid game. Plus if I can't get hired because of some RO following me around by some retarded doctors office, I'm certainly going to be more inclined to mess with them.

    Plus what is with this idiocy of having someone else mail/serve the papers out, as if that isn't indirect contact. Having USPS is almost the same amount of indirect contact, without having to bother someone to do it for you.

    BTW, why does this forum eat my replies quite often?

    I knew a guy that was a computer science major, and I had to help him with his homework all of the time. He failed out and became a lawyer instead. I knew another guy that was trying to be a mathematician, and he couldn't handle it. He failed and became a lawyer instead.

    I'm understanding why. The law is full of idiot sophists that like to play with their own subset of words to sound important, while failing at any tangible logic utterly.

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    That's what I'm going to court about: A permanent RO, which lasts 3 years max. Only I haven't broken the temporary RO yet. If I am willing to break the temporary, I'm certainly willing to break the permanent. This is a stupid game. Plus if I can't get hired because of some RO following me around by some retarded doctors office, I'm certainly going to be more inclined to mess with them.

    Plus what is with this idiocy of having someone else mail/serve the papers out, as if that isn't indirect contact. Having USPS is almost the same amount of indirect contact, without having to bother someone to do it for you.

    BTW, why does this forum eat my replies quite often?

    I knew a guy that was a computer science major, and I had to help him with his homework all of the time. He failed out and became a lawyer instead. I knew another guy that was trying to be a mathematician, and he couldn't handle it. He failed and became a lawyer instead.

    I'm understanding why. The law is full of idiot sophists that like to play with their own subset of words to sound important, while failing at any tangible logic utterly.
    Good luck to you.

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    *laughs* I might need luck in court, but they need it everywhere else. The funny thing is, I'm pretty sure they're not bad people, they just seem to be clueless. Every move they make is the worst one they can possibly make in regards to how I might react. It all started because they sent me to an Orthopedic doctor that hurt me, and then when I went to them, they didn't even look at my leg, and diagnosed me with a mental illness instead.

    The problem is, I have a room mate that witnessed me leave and come back in great pain, then end up in bed for days on end. Plus my new MRI shows new damage that I'm sure corroborates with my claim of what happened to me, since that's when it happened. Hopefully the orthopedic doctor I'm going to tomorrow can make this assessment for me.

    I think they put paranoid schizophrenia in my RO because they know it would annoy me, hoping I would break the RO and get into more trouble. I've been trying to get an appointment to see a psychiatrist over it, but they all don't get back to me due to the RO most likely.

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