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it would make sense if he brought a saw, but not sure how a drill bit set will help cut off a leg.
This was used as evidence for low intellectual functioning.
Or evidence as high intellectual functioning. I had a decision today that said the claimant reports that she rarely leaves the house, but she attends monthly doctor appointments. Enjoy hell.
10:03 PM Are you actually saying that an ALJ (DDS?) actually used going to a doctor once a month as evidence that contradicted her statement, "...that she rarely leaves the house..." and then used that "evidence" to deny her? Wow!!! And I thought Roger Goodell was an AHMF with his head up his a**!!!!!
10:03 PM Please, call your local media and get them on your side. Only public media pressure can get SSA to do the right thing in some cases, especially with constant whining from a few misguided/misinformed? members of Congress (Senators Lankford, Cotton & Rand Paul).
Let me guess...the ALJ found him capable of "simple" work tasks, because of his admitted ability to cut off his leg with a drill bit. Case denied.
So "acting crazy or desperate" is the answer...seems staged.
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