Hyperbaric Chambers, the Modern Upgrade

You know death has much meaning in our culture. Death is sort of like life, except it isn’t, because it’s the opposite.

What I’m trying to say is that people need to stop being shocked when they come to our castle-mansion and they see the coffin room. Yes, I understand that coffin rooms are uncommon in Melbourne, but we’re just displaying respect for our culture. If you went to Romania, you’d find such a room in every home, even the ones that don’t seem to have space for one. I’ve heard that there can be coffins that service communities, but they’re usually the poorer ones and we hear little of them.

I’ve been thinking how we can update our ways, because one can’t be stuck in the past for too long. That’s how you become foolish and dogmatic. There ARE hyperbaric chambers for sale in Melbourne, and while I don’t know much about them, I do like the idea of them getting the lungs working. When you get to my age, you can’t just take health for granted any more. No, it’d be nice to be able to lie inside a small, confined space during the day, one that blocks out all the sunlight, AND helps you breathe! Quite novel, and if someone saw a room in your home with oxygen chambers, they wouldn’t think anything was amiss. They certainly wouldn’t get upset and think something supernatural is going on. I think it’d lend a very modern air to the resting room, and to be honest, it’s hard to update these things much. There’s only so much you can do before they just start looking..gimmicky.

Alright, I suppose I’ll have to sift through my business contacts to find out where I can get the best oxygen therapy Melbourne┬áhas to offer. Preferably, the material is particularly thick and sturdy. No point in it being an all-encompassing chamber if the light gets in!

-I.M. Payler-Alucard