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post #18051 of 19189 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 07:58 AM
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Mel looks exhausted ......in a pleasant way........

https://youtu.be/n2v98PGBZH4 Me & Mrs "Jones" ..........

Here is a song for our special moderator and her morning "friend" ..............

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Mel looks exhausted ......in a pleasant way.....


LMAO Di - She looks --- dead to the world to me !

Seen neighbor spraying on the way home - called him to ask how it was - said a bad word and said it was to wet - but thought he would keep going = a very bad thing - Like they said in Top Gun - Tension is high !

Think I will plant my flowers around the flag pole this afternoon -

Wonder where Steph is working to day ??
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[B]...Think I will plant my flowers around the flag pole this afternoon -

Wonder where Steph is working to day ??

I have no idea, but I assure you, after that TV interview, your lovey Nancy is keeping track of "Steph's" whereabouts! (i.e. antennas up)


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Good idea Doc......flowers will be nice .....at least they like water.

So is this neighbor spraying seeds?

And ....if 50 % is usually planted by now...and we are at around 5 %...........what does this mean..................corn and soy have an impact on so much stuff.

If it drys up good by June...is there still enough time for you to have a decent harvest by mid October?

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Good idea Doc......flowers will be nice .....at least they like water.

So is this neighbor spraying seeds?

And ....if 50 % is usually planted by now...and we are at around 5 %...........what does this mean..................corn and soy have an impact on so much stuff.

If it drys up good by June...is there still enough time for you to have a decent harvest by mid October?
[B]June 5th Is cut off date for prevented planning = insurance will pay farmers because they can't get corn planted - if you have that kind of insurance - which I don't have . My professional guess that lots will hope it keeps raining and pick up the insurance - [B]

When you plant late - it drives everything else back Di - corn can be wetter at harvest - the weather will start getting colder - fields to wet to harvest - you name it
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Beautiful weather yesterday and today...heading into storms this weekend. I'm busy getting ready for our chapter club's echo clinic this weekend; I'm the coordinator. We have two days of echos with two of the local cardiologists. I'll be there both days. Supposed to be rainy, and possible storms both days. It's always exhausting to be at the clinic all day. After that, though, I have all of next week off of work - a little "staycation" if you will.

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Hey MC - If it keeps raining here - can I get a echo too ? LOL
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Hey 4x4 - if you know where she works - send me a PM and I will call them and check on her
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Well ---------------- Its to damn wet to even plant the flowers around the flag pole

Think it will work ok tomorrow for the flowers
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The hazards of medical dictation:

I slashed open my knuckle on the corner of a kitchen cabinet door and went in to get it bandaged because I wasn't sure whether it would need stitches (I have old skin.) The doctor said it was too late for stitches, so he steri-stripped it instead. Now a week later it's opened up again. Oh well...so I'll have a scar (when it eventually decides to heal.)

Anyway, somehow or other this ended up on my computerized record:

"Patient notes he does store port in the kitchen on a clean surface and cleaned it well afterwards."


Sent the comment to my brother (who is a retired doctor) for chuckles and got this back:

"Smart idea to clean up all that stored port...never know when the social worker may arrive."


None of us can figure out exactly what the doctor said when he dictated the thing.
You already had it all cleaned up before you went to the doctor.

You could have used Super Glue and saved yourself the hassle!

Is it going to be a bad scar?
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I have no idea, but I assure you, after that TV interview, your lovey Nancy is keeping track of "Steph's" whereabouts! (i.e. antennas up)
I am, very passionately, on Nancy's side!

It's okay for Di and I to ogle Baby Bear, because Beau gave us cougars consent. And, Baby Bear doesn't have a Wife!

Nancy?

I will help you track down that Steph!

Hands off my man, or take him home with you!

No. No. No.
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Your brother is on to something....

Simple answer- Big Brother medical care system at work.....

Doctor checked out your social media posts and found this picture:



Picture indicated following possible issues:

1. Excessive "vino de porto" consumption indicated, causing midday loss of consciousness.

2. Animal abuse - Obvious neglect of pets, who appear to be passed out from hunger, awaiting caretaker to feed them.

3. Possible degenerative mental state- Choice of socks indicates a break with reality and retreat into a self fantasy world.


Glossary of Medical Code Phrases:

"Stored Port in Kitchen" = Large on hand booze inventory

"On a Clean Surface" = Abused Substances well hidden

"Cleaned it Well Afterwards" = Before office exam, subject purged substances from body, presenting no abnormal health issues.

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Seriously, whenever the question on medical exam is asked about alcohol consumption, always state: "Moderate, 3/week" or you'll be red flagged...

Hope your knuckle gets healed quickly...
That was, snort beer out your nose, worthy!

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You already had it all cleaned up before you went to the doctor.

You could have used Super Glue and saved yourself the hassle!

Is it going to be a bad scar?
Not a bad scar...it'll just be there. It was bleedy, which make super glue a bother, so I didn't. Plus I would have had to bleed my way into Walgreen's to get some.

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SP, You may have your quota of GOOWSFree vouchers. I'll have to look and see. But calling me sweet doesn't work for one.
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Not a bad scar...it'll just be there. It was bleedy, which make super glue a bother, so I didn't. Plus I would have had to bleed my way into Walgreen's to get some.



SP, You may have your quota of GOOWSFree vouchers. I'll have to look and see. But calling me sweet doesn't work for one.
Okay, here are 2 GOOWS free cards.

Am I in?

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You already had it all cleaned up before you went to the doctor.

You could have used Super Glue and saved yourself the hassle!

Is it going to be a bad scar?

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Not a bad scar...it'll just be there. It was bleedy, which make super glue a bother, so I didn't. Plus I would have had to bleed my way into Walgreen's to get some.

SP, You may have your quota of GOOWSFree vouchers. I'll have to look and see. But calling me sweet doesn't work for one.
Sorry Mel on kitchen accident - hope boo-boo heals up well.
- not all SUPER GLUES, are created equal

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Although cyanoacrylate formulations were tested in World War II for creating plastic gun sights, military medics started using the sticky substance for closing battlefield wounds. It was relatively effective as a quick and waterproof emergency measure, however, there were side effects such as damaging the tissue around the wound and irritating the nose, throat, lungs, and eyes.

Different formulations were tested during the Vietnam War, and in 1998 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a less toxic medical formulation (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) called Dermabond.

In these cases, there are a host of benefits:

It dries fast to stop the bleeding.
It stays in place.
It keeps dirt and air out of the cut.
By the time it wears off the cut is typically healed.
It can reduce scarring.

When not to use it
Cyanoacrylate adhesive is not recommended for:


deep wounds
jagged wounds
puncture wounds
animal bites
burns
wounds on the eyes, lips, or genitals
contaminated wounds
mobile areas such as joints
stretched skin areas such as foreheads

https://morethanjustsurviving.com/super-glue-for-cuts/

A Brief Background on Superglue and Cuts
Superglue is an acrylic based resin called Cyanoacrylate (CA). It is sold under many different brand names, from Krazy Glue to Loctite. It was invented in the 1940s/1950s during the war effort, but found uses beyond being a mere fast acting adhesive during the Vietnam war.

Super glue was originally created in 1942 in an attempt to use the material to make clear plastic sights for the guns being used in the war. Cyanoacrylate failed at this purpose because it was just way too sticky. But while it is a myth that super glue was originally invented as a way for soldiers to close their wounds on the battlefield – it does seem to be true that, historically, super glue was re-appropriated to be used in such a way. It seems the soldiers in the Vietnam war were often patched up using super glue, though by medics and not the soldiers themselves, and only in order to stop the bleeding long enough to carry the wounded away.

The primary advantage of super glue is that it works fast (instant glue is a well deserved moniker). It also creates an impermeable seal that is resistant to the environment (including water) and leaves behind little to no scarring.

What Kind of Superglue Can Be Used to Seal a Cut?
Super glue is a common term to describe a household adhesive. The medical stuff is quite a bit different and spawned due to two significantly adverse side effects;

When applied, the glue creates a exothermic reaction (basically heat) when curing; this can damage the surrounding tissue and make the situation worse.
The curing processes releases cyanoacetate and formaldehyde, which irritate the eyes, lungs, throat & nose.
As a consequence of these side effects, new adhesives were invented to minimize these reactions that are designed expressly for medical and surgical uses. They come in 2 common compositions from different manufacturers, but all have increased strength, generate far less irritation when used on skin, and are much superior when it comes to flexibility – which as you can imagine is quite useful!

The two medical grade super glues are:

1. 2-octyl cyanoacrylate (rated for the closure of wounds and surgical incision and as a barrier against common bacterial microbes)

SurgiSeal
FloraSeal
Dermabond (probably the most ubiquitous one)
Derma+Flex
2. n-butyl cyanoacrylate (Very similar to 2-octyl but less rigid, more flexible, and consequently not as strong)

Liquiband
Indermil
GluShield
GluStitch
Histoacryl
Periacryl (as a dental adhesive)

These 2 types of medical grade superglue should really be the ones you use for medical applications. “Regular” super glue – like Krazy Glue or Loctite (methy-2-cyanoacrylate or ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate) are not designed for with medical application in mind, and thus the previously discussed side effects, as well as greatly reduced flexibility, make them an inferior choice for sealing cuts.

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But, isn't she such a sweet looking mod angel?

Oh boy ! What a azz kisser - Or is that brown noising ? LMAO

Anyway - that was funny SP
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Good night - think I will lay down and watch the weather channel + pet the 2 critters .

Aunt B - where are you ???
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But, isn't she such a sweet looking mod angel?

Oh boy ! What a azz kisser - Or is that brown noising ? LMAO

Anyway - that was funny SP
Oh, and as I said when I posted the picture originally, I was faking the sleep to make the picture more interesting.


Faking the sweet too.
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Oh, and as I said when I posted the picture originally, I was faking the sleep to make the picture more interesting.


Faking the sweet too.
Ma sleeps with one eye open gang / hard to get, a good leg up on our Mel sometimes.
- but a recent leg injury, makes her more vulnerable...these days

- try and be good SP / during her true moment of pain & loud swearing (like a sailor)
- some MODS love a good brown-nose'r...but not this one
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Hi Chickens...

Ran up to the vet clinic where bug works. They hooked us up. We chatted for a bit.

Still alive and kicking'!

STJ!
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Hi Chickens...

Ran up to the vet clinic where bug works. They hooked us up. We chatted for a bit.

Still alive and kicking'!

STJ!
It's true--I am alive (although not kicking very well--the sciatica was getting worse and not better--so I'm signed up for steroid injections on next Monday--the 18th). Briefly they wouldn't let me take aspirin (because it's a blood thinner) so I can't take any of the NSID's because they are mostly also blood thinners and as a result I'm taking the dreaded hydrocodin (AKA oxycodone or Norco)--the internist who made the switch put me on an incredibly low dose which wasn't anything like enough to deal with the pain--and for the last four days I've been trying to get the dose raised--finally did today.

And STJ AKA John or 4x4 John--donned his deerstalker hat and disquised as Sherlock Holmes tracked me down via the vet clinic and Nickie who always is good for causing trouble hooked us up via the good old telephone.

Her opening line was "There's a guy named John looking for you because you haven't been checking in!" And went on to say "...and now I know you slink around the internet known there as Bug--I'm gonna' spread the word."

So our STJ now knows that at work they know me as Ruth (but I'll also tell you that I've only been known as Ruth at work in two places--both, because they were medical facilities of one sort or another.

It's still very painful to sit for any length of time--but I'll try to be better by at least checking in (at least I'll try to do that).

But John--I gotta' say it's true--"you can run but you can not hide..."

And Kenny--thank you and John for wondering where the heck I'd gone..l.

The not very disappeared...

ABTLLHH

PS To all--avoid sciatica if you possibly can--this SUCKS!

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Love ya bug!

From the first time you helped my kid post his first Dobe's ears many years ago.

Hard to believe that we are so close in so many respects, yet have never met in person.

That's on me... I have, for years, been pretty much a recluse. Noah, my son, lives on Alameda, 6 blocks from Fremont Vet. He still has The Sheriff (Jet's son). He is an old happy and healthy senior.

I understand pain and feel for you. Constant pain affects all aspects of ones life.

Best to you RUTH! LOL OOPS... I outed you!

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