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Title: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Bullwinkle on October 22, 2020, 05:08:01 AM
Bad words in posts . . .  FUCK!


So, I was in the hospital for a few days a couple of weeks ago.

Got a chest X-ray as soon as I arrived, another three days later.
The second X-ray showed a very small mass in my right hilar region . . .
(not me, stolen from the web for reference)

(https://i.imgur.com/OkDHa2L.jpg?3)

Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck.
Doctor sez nothing grows that fast and nothing hides from an X-ray.

I go in tomorrow for a tiebreaker X-ray.
I'll let you know.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: boydster on October 22, 2020, 05:39:42 AM
Don't let your mind wander too much, no good comes from that. Good luck at the X-ray.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Bullwinkle on October 22, 2020, 05:48:47 AM
My Jr. High School girlfriend's husband died of lung cancer about 8 months ago.
It was peaceful, but he's dead.

Doctor said the mass would have been on the first X-ray.
She almost promised it was nothing.


Still . . .    ::)
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: sokarul on October 22, 2020, 07:20:25 AM
I for some reason had a chest x ray in December and they found a pneumonia  mass (I forgot the technical term). No one seemed to care since I wasnít having problems. They did say maybe have a doctor look at it. I couldnít get in so I never did.

Maybe you suck at drinking water is what Iím getting at.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Psychomech on October 22, 2020, 07:54:33 AM
I am pretty certain that nothing sinister appears in as little as three days, so don't go reading too much into it yet.

Anyway, good luck with the x ray. Got my fingers crossed for you.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Space Cowgirl on October 22, 2020, 08:03:59 AM
Hope it turns out alright.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Bullwinkle on October 22, 2020, 08:17:31 AM
Hope it turns out alright.

Just bought a new 12 string, looking for a banjo.


I did a nation wide search for 'Old Mopar' and found some overpriced rust buckets.
If it is bad news I'll buy this, it's only 16 miles away . . . 

https://www.kloompy.com/cars/1970-plymouth-barracuda-convertible-440-powered_i14851


 :D
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Colonel Gaydafi on October 22, 2020, 12:33:23 PM
Hope it turns out ok
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on October 22, 2020, 01:06:49 PM
Aye, hopefully nothing. 
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Crouton on October 22, 2020, 01:17:15 PM
Hope it works out well.  I sort of think it will since reading x rays can be a little like reading tea leaves.

That is a sweet ride there though.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Stash on October 22, 2020, 02:21:02 PM
I go in tomorrow for a tiebreaker X-ray.
I'll let you know.

Tie always goes to the runner. You're the runner. I trust it will all turn out well. As for potential instrumentation, a good friend of mine who when learning banjo was asked why he picked it over, say, the guitar to master, he said, "Well, it's really intricate and quite sexy." I couldn't argue with that.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: NotSoSkeptical on October 22, 2020, 04:05:11 PM
Let's hope it's nothing.  Else, seek a second opinion.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: JJA on October 22, 2020, 07:23:53 PM
I agree with the Doctor. Hope whatever it is is goes away with some rest.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Shifter on October 22, 2020, 08:56:45 PM
Good luck! Doctors like to cover themselves so usually leave you walking out of their office with a range of possibilities from the absolute worst thing imaginable to nothing wrong at all

But sounds like given whatever it is that its not on the first one sounds like you'll be right
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: faded mike on October 23, 2020, 09:30:44 PM
God help us all!
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: faded mike on October 24, 2020, 04:53:04 PM
Hows Your health food game?

My thinking is that God created this world for us, and sea salt is very good for you. (web page called "Ocean Plasma" check it out if you are interested). Since you live by tthe sea - you can mix 1/3 sea water with fresh water, or, i think 9 grams of  (unprocessed or lightly processed) sea salt per litre - isotonic solution. This has a strikingly similar chemical composition to blood plasma and i believe it has a rejuvenating effect, and general easy tonic. Great for stomach health which I think is always helpful.

web page
https://oceanplasma.net/home.html

historical use
http://oceanplasma.org/home.html

I'm just reading now, i thought i remembered something about it helping pneumonia, but it was perhaps more geared toward digestive issues...pretty interesting either way and sounds beneficial in a wide range of situations.

Apparently some doctor drained the blood of a dog and IV'ed isotonic solution (1/3) seawater and the dog was ok a few days later, or something to that effect.

Reportedly It has all the minerals your body needs.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Pezevenk on October 28, 2020, 02:41:17 AM
If it makes you feel any better, some doctor found something like that in the lungs of my godfather, and eventually after some time he was diagnosed with a terminal disease and given a few months to live.

Well turns out it wasn't terminal at all, it just looked scary, and he's 100% fine now more than two decades later. Only nasty thing is that he spent a long time thinking he was definitely going to die, lots of sleepless nights and it kinda fucked him in the head in some ways. He's super religious now.

My grandma also had some kind of lump in her lung X-Rays, and it also turned out to be nothing serious.

Also I am pretty sure the doctor is right that no kind of cancer grows that fast.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: markjo on October 28, 2020, 03:43:44 PM
Probably just a shell fragment from that secret ops mission that you're not allowed to talk about.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Jura-Glenlivet II on October 30, 2020, 04:36:15 AM
Quinoa tried to kill me about a year back, I inhaled the stuff instead of swallowing, went into paroxysms of choking while my nurse wife tried unconvincingly to contain her laughter and the dogs leapt on me thinking it was a sign of weakness and therefor the time to challenge for alpha status. Ten minutes later, order restored, dogs defeated, dinner consigned to the bin and significant other fixing her makeup, sorted.

Except about a month later, a rattling sound from my chest and difficulty breathing, cue another bought of coughing, thankfully this time on my own and suddenly aware of something cleared into my mouth, oh no imagining tuberculosis or worse, spit into a tissue, lump of fucking congealed quinoa. God knows what damage the evil stuff has wreaked on my lungs in the interim.

Now my beautiful spouse keeps trying out other recipes with it in. Mmmm.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Stash on October 30, 2020, 06:46:46 AM
Quinoa tried to kill me about a year back, I inhaled the stuff instead of swallowing, went into paroxysms of choking while my nurse wife tried unconvincingly to contain her laughter and the dogs leapt on me thinking it was a sign of weakness and therefor the time to challenge for alpha status. Ten minutes later, order restored, dogs defeated, dinner consigned to the bin and significant other fixing her makeup, sorted.

Except about a month later, a rattling sound from my chest and difficulty breathing, cue another bought of coughing, thankfully this time on my own and suddenly aware of something cleared into my mouth, oh no imagining tuberculosis or worse, spit into a tissue, lump of fucking congealed quinoa. God knows what damage the evil stuff has wreaked on my lungs in the interim.

Now my beautiful spouse keeps trying out other recipes with it in. Mmmm.

Sounds like you need a court taster.
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Bullwinkle on November 03, 2020, 09:09:10 PM
Probably just a shell fragment from that secret ops mission that you're not allowed to talk about.


STFU
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: markjo on November 04, 2020, 07:19:51 AM
Probably just a shell fragment from that secret ops mission that you're not allowed to talk about.


STFU
Sorry, didn't mean to blow your cover.  :-[
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Denspressure on November 08, 2020, 09:22:23 AM
It will be fine Winkle.

I like you  ;)
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Danang on November 08, 2020, 02:11:57 PM
In physics, there are CGIs
What about in laboratory?
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Danang on November 08, 2020, 04:48:14 PM
Perhaps the right grammar is:

How about in laboratory? (Sorry for my English)
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: Definitely Not Swedish on November 14, 2020, 07:30:53 AM
Bad words in posts . . .  FUCK!


So, I was in the hospital for a few days a couple of weeks ago.

Got a chest X-ray as soon as I arrived, another three days later.
The second X-ray showed a very small mass in my right hilar region . . .
(not me, stolen from the web for reference)

(https://i.imgur.com/OkDHa2L.jpg?3)

Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck.
Doctor sez nothing grows that fast and nothing hides from an X-ray.

I go in tomorrow for a tiebreaker X-ray.
I'll let you know.

Maybe give us an update? You still alive?
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on November 17, 2020, 06:08:36 AM

Apparently some doctor drained the blood of a dog and IV'ed isotonic solution (1/3) seawater and the dog was ok a few days later, or something to that effect.

Well, that's convinced me.  ::)
Title: Re: No Bad Words in Titles . . .
Post by: faded mike on November 22, 2020, 05:23:45 PM

Apparently some doctor drained the blood of a dog and IV'ed isotonic solution (1/3) seawater and the dog was ok a few days later, or something to that effect.

Well, that's convinced me.  ::)
You like that? I like it, but i think they could've found a different way to test it out, kind of sick. Look it up.