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Old 07-09-2013, 03:00 PM   #1751
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GF is lives out of town.

I called the company and was on hold for 1/2 hr. Associate said they were in a meeting and the phones should have been covered. I know how that works.

She said they have a lower back belt with double sticky sided electrodes that can be used to position them higher on the back. I've got some ideas now. Thx. Hope the epidural Fri eliminates the need to electrocute my mid-back.
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GF is lives out of town.

I called the company and was on hold for 1/2 hr. Associate said they were in a meeting and the phones should have been covered. I know how that works.

She said they have a lower back belt with double sticky sided electrodes that can be used to position them higher on the back. I've got some ideas now. Thx. Hope the epidural Fri eliminates the need to electrocute my mid-back.
Mike - does the TENS Machine actually work for you. Years ago I tried one and got nada.
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Seems to. Just got it late last month. It's a Select. Made by Empi and has 5 + 4 settings and you can vary those settings. If nothing else, it is a distraction from the pain. The instructions say that it is not fix, but gives temporary relief and promotes the flow of endorphins.

The receipt says: Refurbished $795. Medicare and United are paying for it. I've read reviews that say you can buy them for much less with the same results. I doubt the the cheap ones have the same amount of setting that this one has.

Maybe I can find a way to traumatize small furry critters with it.
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Steve, or anyone else... Please share your Tens experience. This goes from 0-60 in.... Never mind. Depending on placement of the electrodes I usually only go to 6-8. It does go to 60 though, has two channels and I can set a timer.

This has the re-usable 2" electrodes. I've gotten over 25 uses out of a set.

Here Sparky, Sparky.... hehehe! Maybe I could get Mort to flap his wings. Ya think?
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Mike - sent you a PM.
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Currently pondering:

Did you ever wonder where your thoughts come from?

There is deep thinking and shallow thinking, so thoughts must be under the water line. Why?

What if you can't swim? Are all of your thoughts from the surface? Therefore non-swimmers must be shallow thinkers.

Just a quick thought ... do thoughts have speed? If so, is there a speed limit? Can you be arrested for thinking fast? Maybe slow thoughts are safer. Are there rules for thinking?

Is there a difference between a thought and an idea?

What do you think? (question for good swimmers only)
I began to ponder this early this morning. Then something shiny passed before me and within an instant - no make that half an instant - my thoughts were diverted until just now. There were many slow, fast, and even some medium speed thoughts throughout the day. I completely forgot to measure the depth and weightiness of the thoughts at various speeds. I am now pondering my thought holding capacity. I know that I can ponder multiple thoughts at once but not sure how many, at what speed, depth etc.

I am now pondering grant writing. Surely an official study is in order.
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There you go: Grant me this, grant me that, grant, grant, grant. Always wanting something, eh?
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There you go: Grant me this, grant me that, grant, grant, grant. Always wanting something, eh?
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Sittin' on the dock of the bay....

View out the trailer door waitin' for the ferry to Tobermory, a big car/passenger ferry. First time on a ferry with the trailer, about a 2 hour sail. Huge wind today, wouldn't you know it. Left the campground early for the hour drive and drove at about 50-60 to be safe. Trailer steady at that speed. Fortunately, a 2-lane road without much traffic on a Wednesday morning. Life is good. Hope I don't get seasick
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View out the trailer door waitin' for the ferry to Tobermory, a big car/passenger ferry. First time on a ferry with the trailer, about a 2 hour sail. Huge wind today, wouldn't you know it. Left the campground early for the hour drive and drove at about 50-60 to be safe. Trailer steady at that speed. Fortunately, a 2-lane road without much traffic on a Wednesday morning. Life is good. Hope I don't get seasick
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How's this ?
Whoah, that's better. I was getting queasy back there.
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Looked like a steep uphill paddle for the big canoe.
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How do you rotate it?.......Drives me nuts when that happens. A great sail. Actually felt more queasy sitting in the trailer with it rocking in the wind, waiting. Safely ensconced in our next site for two nights. This trip is going way too fast.
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How do you rotate it?.......Drives me nuts when that happens.
See if post # 7 on this thread helps.

Forums 101 - posting, photos, accounts, basics

I post all my photos from my iphony and they come out correctly . I basically captured your photo in my iphony and edited it ( rotated ) and reposted it.
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