Concussions 101: An Illustrated Intro for Kids and Parents

Posted on BrainLine May 23, 2017.

Conceived, written, and presented by Dr. Mike Evans. Illustrated by Liisa Sorsa Produced, directed, and filmed by Nick De Pencier Picture and sound edit by David Schmidt Gaffer, Martin Wojtunik. Whiteboard construction by James Vanderkleyn. Production assistant, Chris Niesing.
©2011 Michael Evans and Mercury Films Inc.

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i'm poet and i hit my he'd in a car accident--no seatbelt but air bag...which i remember as a limp white rag in front of me until my next memory of this all going back about 2 blocks BEFORE, was on the gurney on way to a hospital. and i'm 76 this month. i would like to say i enjoyed the attention. we should all get this kidness once a week as a notice or recognition of our humanity...instead of blowing up each other for false news...or myths or greed.
so. my poetry improved effortlessly, as the injury was to left top of head. but i am slightly worried about paying my bills, which i forgot. is this jubilee? or am i day-dreaming. i like my present state because as i said i lost my left or control brain for algorithmicks and mowing the lawn which i will destroy with diet cola in vast amounts and proceed with ferns and cactus if i can find a person with thick gloves.
so my question is how can i stay in this blissful state of forgetfulness and simply write poems the rest of my life and can i go back to ER again and let those wonderful nurses so gloriously foggy but so sweet with their hobbity jargon and sticky things and pins and prodding question i am sure to answer better and funnier this time around ...i will pay them back for their angelic presence with my best jokes and hope they like chocolate.
this site is a kindness.