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Is The Penis A Creative Organ?


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Apparently there was a Regional Office that denied a veteran SMC (special monthly compensation) for "loss of, or loss of use of, a creative organ" by claiming that the penis was NOT a "creative organ"................anyway, you gotta read this.

http://www.va.gov/vetapp07/files2/0717935.txt

Now, I don't know about the rest of you guys but I have been known to be pretty "creative" with mine......................!

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VARO, Columbia SC why am I not surprised these are the same people that claim there is not literature showing a link between PTSD and heart disease called DR Boscarino's study that BVA has been accepting as internet trash this has to be one of the WORST VAROs in the nation

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He did Win the Award. Read it again.

the reasonable conclusion is that the veteran

is entitled to special monthly compensation for loss of use

of a creative organ

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I read where it was granted my point is that the Columbia VARO makes lot's of decisions like this and this is one of the reasons the BVA is backed up with more than 800,000 appeals

issues like this should not even HAVE to go to the BVA for a decision they are no-brainers

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I agree sure sounds like this guy is just being a dick. Makes you wonder what other claims he drops on the BVA to do his job.

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The VA knows that many vets will not take their appeal to the BVA. So they deny a claim and it gets granted on appeal. They have lost nothing. If they could get away with it they would deny 95% of claims like the military review boards and they say "appeal it". You know how insurance companies deny claims right off the bat. The VA does the same thing with intent to discourage claimants, and it works. All this talk about "support the troops" but this is what is really going on is "screw the troops when they get home". We know this is not a republican or democrat thing by itself. Been going on for 50 years.

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Apparently there was a Regional Office that denied a veteran SMC (special monthly compensation) for "loss of, or loss of use of, a creative organ" by claiming that the penis was NOT a "creative organ"................anyway, you gotta read this.

http://www.va.gov/vetapp07/files2/0717935.txt

Now, I don't know about the rest of you guys but I have been known to be pretty "creative" with mine......................!

Hi, I read the case and saw ovaries are mentioned also. I know a female veteran who had recurring ovarian cysts and it was decided to remove one ovary plus the fallopian tube and the cysts. So, I wonder if she (or all female veterans with a similar situation or even menopause for that matter) should apply for loss of a creative organ? One never knows what will be on Hadit and that, in my opinion, is the beauty of it. Hadit Rocks! H.G

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Create, Procreate or Recreate . . .

Or none of the above.

Loss of use is at issue.

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Hi, I read the case and saw ovaries are mentioned also. I know a female veteran who had recurring ovarian cysts and it was decided to remove one ovary plus the fallopian tube and the cysts. So, I wonder if she (or all female veterans with a similar situation or even menopause for that matter) should apply for loss of a creative organ? One never knows what will be on Hadit and that, in my opinion, is the beauty of it. Hadit Rocks! H.G

i beleive ovaries and fallopian tubes is service connectable however menopause is not, a total hystercetomy is also covered under the schedule for rating disabilities. there is a rating for that plus smc k for loss of use of creative organ.

for example a woman with a total hysterectomy and ovaries recieves a 50% rating plus smc k please correct me if i'm wrong.

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I sure concur with the apt description here of this VA employee!

Tbird is right- female veterans can attain the SMC "K" award for mastectomy as well as hysterectomy.

This case shows some of the way these claims are rated:

http://www.va.gov/vetapp99/files2/9918110.txt

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I was denied for ed in 1994. same statement about creative organ.AFTER research and resubmission they reconsidered and awarded the K last year. Last week i CUED them for the 1994 desision!!!!!wish me luckhttp://www.hadit.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif

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I couldn't say if their artistic or not, but I found out they're smart enough to be President.

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recurring ovarian cysts can be secondary to dioxins.

All three of my daughters have them.

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