Originally Posted by gwsat
I was surprised that one of the Best 100 Beer Bars on the list is in OKC, TapWerks Ale House
Have you been?
Tulsa is a great town too but we don't have a beer bar to match the TapWerks so far as I know.
Well, there is only one way to find out....
Originally Posted by darthrsg
Some might argue some of the medication is a problem. A NP friend of mine says you would be very surprised how many are on it and out of their gourd and on it to get disability.
Most mental illness can be treated with medication, allowing folks to lead a functional life.
It often takes time (and error) to find the right drug(s) that will work for a particular patient.
After all, no 2 human brains are alike.
Also, it is a question of how severe
the disease is...sometimes there is no "magic pill."
As far as disability goes, it probably depends on the condition.
If someone has, for example, schizophrenia, I think you could make a legitimate case they cannot function normally in society.
However, that's a fairly rare illness.
What is much more common is what was once called Manic Depression and is now known as Bipolarism.
There is medication that can allow these people to function perfectly normal.
I doubt very much disability is handed out, except possibly for the most EXTREME cases.
Originally Posted by archiguy
. Doncha' hate those guys? They're going to destroy
"THEY" already HAVE!!!