Of course, while moving from hotel to hotel, I always visited the casino and walked around the area where my hotel was located. On several occasions, I noticed that someone was following me. The person was usually a man who had sunglasses on and who wasn’t with anyone else. At the time, I thought these people were employed by either my family or my employer as a means of checking up on me. It wasn’t until later that I realized that these people were probably working for the government.
By March of 2006, I had gotten tired of constantly moving around from one hotel to another. I decided to move into a place – the Budget Suites. The Budget Suites is actually more like a hotel than an apartment. It comes furnished, housekeeping cleans your room every week, and the cost of your utilities is included in the rent.
Remarkably, my allergies and asthma went away almost completely after moving to Las Vegas. I have not had to use an antihistamine for my allergies since I moved here. Nor have I had to use a corticosteroid for my eczema. Occasionally, probably less than once a month, I get a runny nose for a few hours, but that’s about it.
This turnaround, for me, is remarkable. I do think that the lack of vegetation in Las Vegas is helpful for my allergies. However, it is hard for me to believe that this is the sole reason why my allergies have gone away almost completely. In fact, I believe that my government has been administering drugs to me without my consent (either through the shower water or through the air). Suppressing my allergies is not the only effect that these drugs have. I started having hallucinations when I closed my eyes in bed. If I remember correctly, these hallucinations began after I moved into the Budget Suites.