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Old 01-13-2014, 04:51 PM   #9717
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We Shall See What We Shall See

Hospital Called. They have a room for me. Heading out now. No telling when I will be heard from again....

The Cell Phone may or may not work... Headed in the right direction I trust.
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Old 01-13-2014, 04:55 PM   #9718
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Great news Steve

As weird as it sounds to be grateful for admission to a hospital, may your next few days bring healing, comfort, and closure to you problems.
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Old 01-13-2014, 05:40 PM   #9719
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Let me not be the driver behind discussion of the ACA or other medical commentary on the rainbow. Not my intent and not something to debate here. Suffice to say, we want all people taken care of and to live long and healthy lives in and out of the RVMdom.
Not implying anyone should die off early, or others go without health care, just saying we've known this was coming, shifting treatment to other professional, improving the medical practice to be more proficient increasing medical graduates, there are lots of things that should have been started years ago and wasn't started till the last few years. This is not a political statement or even a rant, it's just facts and as I stated before, we are all living what we knew was coming!
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Old 01-13-2014, 06:06 PM   #9720
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Good luck Steve!! I hope you get the help you need. My DW has COPD and we know all about respiratory problems. It is not fun.
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Old 01-13-2014, 06:31 PM   #9721
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OK so I went and paid $25 for a flu shot today, I have missed the shot for the last 3 years but got them regularly for about 15 years. I hope I don't catch the flu in the next couple weeks before the shot does its thing.
Welcome 66 I also graduated high school in 1966. It was a good year. Minimum wage was $1.25 an hour. When it went up to $1.40 I thought I was rich.
Thankful that Steve is getting help. Hurrah!
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Old 01-13-2014, 06:41 PM   #9722
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Welcome 66 I also graduated high school in 1966. It was a good year. Minimum wage was $1.25 an hour. When it went up to $1.40 I thought I was rich. Thankful that Steve is getting help. Hurrah!
I graduated in 66 also! When min wage went to $1.40 I was making $1.55 so I was filthy rich. Well, I had nice clothes and car, no money


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Old 01-13-2014, 06:49 PM   #9723
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I graduated in 66 also!
When min wage went to $1.40 I was making $1.55 so I was filthy rich.
Well, I had nice clothes and car, no money
Hey Dave !!!

Not to change the subject but Reymert Mine was a fantastic trip.



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Yes we are looking at where we are headed. I would have sent pics from the trail but I had no signal. More photos to come tomorrow.

Cheers !!!
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Hey Dave !!! Not to change the subject but Reymert Mine was a fantastic trip. Yes we are looking at where we are headed. I would have sent pics from the trail but I had no signal. More photos to come tomorrow. Cheers !!!
Wonderful. How long was the trail?
I am very properly jealous
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Wonderful. How long was the trail?
I am very properly jealous
Oh the trail was only about 15 miles but we were geocaching also we found 11 caches along with having happy hour at the mine
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Oh the trail was only about 15 miles but we were geocaching also we found 11 caches along with having happy hour at the mine
Saw Marcias pics on FB. Terrific!
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We didn't have to say "don't try this at home" because we'd already gotten rid of the dumb idiots.

Welcome to Dave and Carol. #66.
Hope you can keep up, don't go on a trip. We did and couldn't get on the net for two weeks and I was over 50 pages behind.

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Welcome Mutant 66! The Rainbow is a great place to be.

Steve, you're in our thoughts and prayers.

I post and my DW listens to the stories. Two more for the girl's team!
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We didn't have to say "don't try this at home" because we'd already gotten rid of the dumb idiots.

Welcome to Dave and Carol. #66.
Hope you can keep up, don't go on a trip. We did and couldn't get on the net for two weeks and I was over 50 pages behind.

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Hey Bob!!

And welcomed Dave and Carol RVM #66 ..... what in the world are we going to do with another Dave !!!!!

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#2... glad they found room for you...now...hope they find out the trouble, fast and get ya better fast!
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