The Unshakeable Void of an Unstable Stroke Victim

“He was the nearest thing to a dead man on earth.” ― Dalton Trumbo, Johnny Got His Gun


Earlier this month, Tulsa KJRH anchor Julie Chin suffered a minor stroke live on the air. The story went viral nationally and helped highlight the symptoms of a stroke to doom-scrollers and cable news passers-by all across the globe.


While I am sympathetic to Julie's ordeal and thankful she's okay, I will say she is lucky to be coming out of this with a bit of blindness and possibly a book deal. I hope she never has to go through the terror of a stroke again.


Motivated by Julie's words – and because I’m borrowing time right now and, well, my memoirs won’t write themselves – here's a bit about my personal stroke experiences...


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