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Old 05-23-2014, 06:17 PM   #16325
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Thanks for the update, Dennis. I was afraid he had put a turbo on his feeding tube pump and and blown himself up. (JUST KIDDING, DUNNER!!!! Get better soon!!! )
Mike showed me his mutated feeding pump and compared to what the medical establishment has created, the Dunner version is definitely a turbo. He made it from an automotive fuel pump! Now that you mention it, his stomach is the widest part of him. That's mainly because he's lost so much weight, tho.
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Mike showed me his mutated feeding pump and compared to what the medical establishment has created, the Dunner version is definitely a turbo. He made it from an automotive fuel pump! Now that you mention it, his stomach is the widest part of him. That's mainly because he's lost so much weight, tho.
Dunner is iRV2's "Macgyver". I hope he feels better soon.
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Old 05-23-2014, 06:24 PM   #16327
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Cpap can also be used to help someone whose lungs are weakened and most hospital patients sleep on and off thruout the day because they won't leave you alone long enough at night to get restful sleep.

Mike, hurry home. I know Sadie misses you and I bet your Hibiscus need water.
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Old 05-23-2014, 06:36 PM   #16328
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Good news regarding Dunner. I just talked at him as he is on a C-Pap (??) and couldn't reply. I passed on everyone's good wishes for a speedy recovery and told him that if he didn't stop being belligerent and start doing as he's told that the mutants would show up at the hospital en-mass to kick his A** er behind. I know he heard me because he giggled.

His CO2 blood levels are still too high but they are coming down and that's good news. I will check in every once in a while (but daily) to see how he's feeling and I will let you all know what's happening.
So glad he is getting help. Glad someone checked in on the old fert.
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Old 05-23-2014, 06:50 PM   #16329
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Hey gang! Been busy with Dr and MH checkups and family/friends stuff. Our days are all HUGE!

Teresa and Les and Mike, my heart goes out to you along with prayers and OOOOHHHHMMMS. And Wayne, you be nice and take good care of Lady Earlene, or else!

Mike (RVM codeword McGiver/ducktape) glad you can giggle with us STMs! And thanks, Possum, for finding Mike and talking to him for us all.

Di is getting QT3.14.
Grand Potentate is vegetating with sweet Annie while contemplating their exit to the Rainbow. Lots of planning going on in Bonita this weekend!

And Barb, I have not heard about your new choppers yet. Inquiring minds want to know! How about a smile for your brother Dave?

And for the rest of you SICK TWISTED RVMs, have a grand Holiday weekend! Can I get an OH YEAH?


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Oh yeah... heading out Saturday PM... Bob may precede me in the AM for a fly in on an air strip.
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Dennis; thanks for following up on Mike on behalf of him and all of us....you are a good friend.

Mike; all I can say is get well soon!
Cindy--how's the trip going??
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Old 05-23-2014, 07:45 PM   #16332
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Close encounter of the mutant kind

Hi Sue....

Do you feel the shift in the universe as we mutant numbers occupy the area?

Will give the mutant wave soon as we pass by your house on I 57....

So far a uneventful drive only heavy traffic was in NW Indiana near home.
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Old 05-23-2014, 07:49 PM   #16333
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I will not respond to what I just read other than to say this - having read the posts from this morning forward (not to mention every post in the thread at least once), I can't help but think we mutants are universally connected and family of the closest and highest order. This thread, and you STMs are among the finest people I ever or never met! Tip of the hat you all!!
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Do you feel the shift in the universe as we mutant numbers occupy the area?



Will give the mutant wave soon as we pass by your house on I 57....



So far a uneventful drive only heavy traffic was in NW Indiana near home.

Cheers! And waving back! Have a super weekend w/ the fam.

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I can't believe that at this time on Sat morning I'm the only one here. Have a great weekend.


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Going through a stack of my unread books this morning, and lookie what I found:
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Also, I finished painting the postcard I started at CL last month from a pic of one of their azaleas:
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Di, are you painting again? Still sore or over that? Share again, willya?

Who else is painting? Wanna see!

Cheers!
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