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Old 08-08-2014, 03:32 PM   #20161
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Whoop whoop! Everybody put your hands together for Mr. Tim! Good job, you!

C'n we really come along too? You have to sneak us in? We were that bad, huh?

Maybe we could "happen" w/o the thunderstorm this time? (Although that did make it memorable!) I'd go back in a narcosecond. It was a great choice of gathering spot.

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You know I completely forgot about that first thunderstorm that blew throuh and cleared the tables that first night. I thought it was the Universe setting itself back to normal from having so many mutants in one place.

Whenever and wherever I'm sure the mutants will make it do ! CL was nice.
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Old 08-08-2014, 03:34 PM   #20162
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I've been thinking a lot and trying to read a lot on pain management. One thing is clear. There is a liquid that i had at the GC and a plant that don't like me that works for pain but they are now making oils from said plant that works even better then both. So my thought is since Norco and the liquid I had are both hard on your liver and said oil is not do y'all think it's worth a try? If you don't want to post on hear just pm me your thoughts. Thanks
I have had 6 back surgeries and I still don't know why they call them pain management because the refuse to give you anything to manage pain. Norco doesn't do squat and the only thing that did help me they are no longer allowed by the DEA which stands for Dumb Educated Aces. They need me to test the drugs and tell them which ones that help and which doesn't. If they have doubt give me a lie detector test instead of drug test. I have tried everything and when I tell them what works they look at me like I'm a crazy drug addict.
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Old 08-08-2014, 03:46 PM   #20163
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What, gluten intolerant and OCD too??? You tryin' to be perfect, er what?

A youngster I met once, one who made absolutely perfect yarn even as a beginner, told the group it was partly she had OCD. Although, she added, shouldn't that be CDO?

We'll put your rope lights in alphabetical order, shall we? Or would you prefer them in Rainbow order?

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Let's just say that Adrian Monk is way over the top compared to me, as I will mispell on occasion on purpose, but mostly for cultural or phonetic effects.

I tolerate those that dont line thinks up according to size and other such things, but mostly like orderliness. But not always. Go figure.
Symetry in flowers and other presentations must be just so. 😙
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And just so there is no missing us here we are dressed up!
I'm going to have to call BULL on that one!
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Old 08-08-2014, 04:04 PM   #20165
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Diane:

We have had a couple of bouts with doggies that swallowed things. The first time we thought we knew what the doggie had swallowed - a feminine hygiene product! The vet couldn't find it on x-ray, but the poor doggie was throwing up nasty stuff, and not keeping anything down. Being young and poor at the time, we couldn't pay the $2K down payment for surgery. We took doggie home and gave it hairball medicine. Hairball medicine is greasy and thick, and the obstruction passed right on through slick as a whistle. $1997 dollars saved!

Round two was more recent. Our poor little dachshund went through several episodes where she would throw up and then be fine. This went on for several weeks. We couldn't find anything wrong. Then, at 11:00pm on a Friday, doggie started throwing up blood, and was having troubles at the other end, too. We rushed to the veterinary emergency room, and they took x-rays and did blood work. They couldn't identify the source of the problem, so they gave her fluids, antibiotics and stomach medicine, said she might have pancreatitis and sent us home. Monday at our regular doc - more x-rays, said it might be pancreatitis and sent us home with more meds. Doggie never got better, still throwing up, and now our 12 pound dog weighed 7 1/2 pounds. We tried the hairball remedy, but nothing helped. I was feeding her strained baby food meats, yogurt and pumpkin through a syringe, but she kept getting sicker.

I called the vet - I was afraid she was going to die. We took her back in, and they did a barium swallow - nothing on the x-rays again! They said "Well, we need to do exploratory surgery since we don't know what's going on and she's going downhill fast." OK, we said, being less poor and much older, and they proceeded. We got a call about three hours later, and they asked if we were missing part of a Teva sandal. "Well, one got chewed up about three months ago," we said. They said, "Well, we have one of the pieces - the one that says "Teva" on a plastic tab."

That was an expensive pair of sandals - $3000 for the vet care and $90 for the sandals.

I hope your doggie feels better soon. If not, hairball medicine is my go-to drug of choice. It costs less than surgery!
I had a friend of mine that had a dog that ate his hearing aid he sat on the end table.
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Let's just say that Adrian Monk is way over the top compared to me, as I will mispell on occasion on purpose, but mostly for cultural or phonetic effects.

I tolerate those that dont line thinks up according to size and other such things, but mostly like orderliness. But not always. Go figure.
Symetry in flowers and other presentations must be just so. 😙

Is there a reverse OCD? I cannot stand for things to be lined up.... And much prefer asymmetrical.... Consider my style eclectic.... Lol....



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Old 08-08-2014, 04:52 PM   #20167
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Well my STM friends...MRI results are in and it ain't all bad. I have a compression fracture of L2. It is fairly "clean" in that nothing is fragmented into the area of the spinal cord. The MRI showed it was clearly a new fracture. According to the doctor I really fell hard to do that. NO KIDDING! LOL

So...by Monday I will be fitted with a back brace I will probably have to wear it 3-4 weeks. Sandee is getting OJT on setting up and tearing down stuff since I am restricted from lifting anything heavier than a gallon of milk.

So...no surgery.

Timing is everything so we will be here through Labor Day and then a few weeks in Monticello, IN. That will give time for the back brace to help me heal correctly and also for return visits to monitor the progress.

Sue...we will certainly be able to establish an unbreakable record for the most mini-Cs by the same mutants. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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Is there a reverse OCD? I cannot stand for things to be lined up.... And much prefer asymmetrical.... Consider my style eclectic.... Lol....



Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
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Old 08-08-2014, 04:59 PM   #20169
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Is there a reverse OCD? I cannot stand for things to be lined up.... And much prefer asymmetrical.... Consider my style eclectic.... Lol....



Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!

Must admit my pics are asymetrical. I must be a cross breed.
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Don - good news with the back and great news that Sandee will now be doing the electric / water / sewer.... can't beat that!

Now as for the record of mini-c ' s by 2 mutants, I was thinking we will give that a run for the money in the RGV... but we'll see what happens.
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You know I completely forgot about that first thunderstorm that blew throuh and cleared the tables that first night. I thought it was the Universe setting itself back to normal from having so many mutants in one place.

Whenever and wherever I'm sure the mutants will make it do ! CL was nice.
Tim - time to up your vitamin D intake and get more sun... if you can't remember the First Ever RV Mutant Wine, Cheese, Torrential Rain and Gale Force Winds mutation... your name can't be far behind. 😁
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So...no surgery.

Timing is everything so we will be here through Labor Day and then a few weeks in Monticello, IN. That will give time for the back brace to help me heal correctly and also for return visits to monitor the progress.

Sue...we will certainly be able to establish an unbreakable record for the most mini-Cs by the same mutants. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Don great news on the back.. no surgery...

Monticello is getting pretty close to the our house.... give a shout we can add another mini C.
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Don that's great news bout no surgery. Do you think Sandee would give Barb a few lessons cause she refuses to allow me to teach her. I'm sure it's a gender thing don't ya think?
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