BADASS is not a profane word

Mirriam Webster Dictionery;
"Of formidable strength or skill"

Cambridge disctionery
"someone or something that you admire or find impressive: "


A retired psychiatrist, I have had symptoms of Parkinson’s disease for eighteen years. And for me, those years haven’t been the nightmare so many people predicted. For the last decade, I have been active on the internet producing websites, podcasts, and video blogs to encourage all PWPs to exercise until their sweat drips from their noses; to practice yoga, tai chi, or qi dong to keep our brain and body in sync; and to nurture a positive and optimistic mindset. And now, I'm adding some tongue-in-cheek humor to the mix.


I believe the pessimism often expressed among members of  the Parkinson's community can be detrimental to an individual who has PD and to their loved ones as well. I think it evokes a pervasive, negative undertone  of passisivity and surrender that then can spread throughout the community; thus robbing many PWPs of some darn good years of living. Therefore, I propose it’s time for each of us to become a BADASS in our approach to Parkinson’s disease. We all know our minds play a huge role in combating the symptoms of any illnes we may have.


A person afflitced with Parkinson's disease who makes a conscious decision to stand tall, walk with a swagger, and smile broadly every chance they get. They dwell on the next activity they want to experience, not on the latest Parkinson's medicine coming down the pipeline . And they purposely brush up their sense of humor.

Introducing the Parkinson's Badass
Purchasing Custom T-shirts on the Internet can be very expensive. So for all you Parkinson's Basasses out there, I will teach you how to design your own (uniform-like) shirt for a fraction of what if would cost if you bought it from an online store. (It was going to cost of guy in Ontario $96 USD that changed my way of doing this.)

So, follow the simple steps:
1. Go to:
2. Select type of shirt, color, and size.
3. Add text: PARKINSON'S BADASS and then center text in the box, and click for a bright yelow.
4. Move text to bottom and the add animal image above it. Fool around with text and image until it looks just right. Animal photos can be found on next page.
5. Then buy it and have it shipped to your home.
And now, you are a member of the Parkinson's Badass Movement.

And since I saved you $40 on buyig the shirt, would you consider sending me 10 to 20 bucks for my trouble? Just click on the link below.

Send me an email with how much you would like to pay. I'll send you an invoice using PayPal. Use you Paypal Account our and credit or debit card
to pay the invoice.

Two guys grow up together, but after college one moves to Michigan, the other to Florida. They agree to meet every ten years in Vero Beach and play golf. At age 30, they finish their round of golf and go to lunch. “Where you wanna go?”
“Well, you know, they got the broads, with the big racks, and the tight shorts, and the legs …”


Ten years later at age 40 they play. “Where you wanna go?”
“Well, you know, they got cold beer and the big screen TVs and everybody has a little action on the games.”

Ten years later at age 50 they play. “Where you wanna go?”
“The food is pretty good and there is plenty of parking.”

At age 60 they play “Where you wanna go?”
“Wings are half price.”
At age 70 they play
“Where you wanna go?”
“They have 6 handicapped spaces right by the door.”
At age 80 they play
“Where you wanna go?”


“We’ve never been there before.”