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Oh.....AJ..........womans got to do what a woman’s got to do !!!!!*******&&&&&&$$$$$

Anyway more about we.........surgeon just came out.......Scott is done.......said his rotator cuff was A dang mess......showed me PIC’s ......yep.....inflamed as heck........BUT the good news is that they did not have to reattach his bicep.....bicep was fine .........surgeon also shaved down several bone spurs. Shoot......Scott considered canceling surgery .....thinking pain was not so bad.....until he discontinued his ibuprofen a week ago.....then he realized how uncomfortable he really was......so opted to get surgery. Good thing from the PIC’s I saw.....will send later .....not allowed to take pics in here or the nurses will give me the boot.

Just had a dude that went into surgery to get his bicep reattached.........was at the gym ......flipping those gigantic tires.......trainer told him to do it with one hand...........boom.......bicep snapped off........e-gads.....

AJ......why ......why do men feel the need to do this if they are not getting paid for it ?
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Anyway more about we.........surgeon just came out.......Scott is done.......said his rotator cuff was A dang mess......showed me PIC’s ......yep.....inflamed as heck........BUT the good news is that they did not have to reattach his bicep.....bicep was fine .........surgeon also shaved down several bone spurs. Shoot......Scott considered canceling surgery .....thinking pain was not so bad.....until he discontinued his ibuprofen a week ago.....then he realized how uncomfortable he really was......so opted to get surgery. Good thing from the PIC’s I saw.....will send later .....not allowed to take pics in here or the nurses will give me the boot.

Just had a dude that went into surgery to get his bicep reattached.........was at the gym ......flipping those gigantic tires.......trainer told him to do it with one hand...........boom.......bicep snapped off........e-gads.....

AJ......why ......why do men feel the need to do this if they are not getting paid for it ?
Same reason you have to exercise a dog...all that pent up energy can go to some place not desired. You can only take alcohol so far!
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Doc- What they did for me in 2015 pre-op was surgeon put his own initials in Sharpie on operating area (right ankle) and wrote "No No No" on good (left) ankle.


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Yeah... before surgery on my hip and knee replacements, each person involved asked me which joint was being operated on. This after the surgical nurse had confirmed via paperwork and the surgeon the correct joint and had written WRONG HIP (KNEE) on the opposite one.

The did the same thing with my cataract surgery (No they did not write on my eyeball. The marked my eyelid)

Good thing the did, as the intake paperwork did not match mine or the surgeons.
Eventually they got it right.

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Ken--I don't want to hear about the lovely sunny sun rises in Indiana! For the second day in a row the lovely left hand Portland now has fog (everything from light--yesterday for me to socked in--that's what I get this morning.

Forecast has been that the fog will burn off and the rest of the day will be sunny and lovely. BAH HUMBUG==yesterday it didn't actually clear until around 4:00pm. And it wasn't as foggy yesterday as it is right now--it'll probably clear up around sundown.

And it's cold again--I'm going back to bed. I can tell how cold it was at night by how many and where the cats are sleeping. Summer--one cat (Leon the 16 year old-sleeps on the end of the bed. Fall Leon sleeps on the bed plastered against me. Very cold fall or winter (now) both cats sleep on the bed and the colder it is the further up the bed they sleep--Clark curls up against my back (or neck if it's really cold) with Leon adjacent to him--can't tell where one cat ends and the other begins.

Lannie--even though I'm pretty much a sucker for cats (I'm the one that always seems to take home the left over kitten from the ones we get in the clinic) (salvaged from junked cars, porches, and garages) when our clients find them. Most of them are defective in some way (one was so feral that even though I had her for 8 years as an entirely indoor cat) she ran from me if she encountered me standing or walking--but as soon as I went to bed she was there purring her brainless little head off.

I try to limit the cats to 2 and only 2 because there would be no room in the bed for me with more--especially if they are the size of Clark--he's twice the size of Leon.

OK, there's the cat and weather forecast for today.

Kenny--I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Kadin's lil' sis to show up soon.

Welcome back STJ, BJ, NDJ--when are you going to get McCoy a lil' red sis?

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Well, whew...I'm way behind. I'll have to scroll back and catch up, but...here's my update.

Had an appointment with the neurologist on Friday. Starting a new preventative medication for the migraines. It's called Emgality, and is a shot you give yourself at home once a month. It's called a CGRP receptor drug. I took the first dose last night - this one, the first dose is two shots for the "loading" dose. From now on it'll be one shot. Neuro said to give it about three months to see if it helps, and if not, we can try one of the other CGRP drugs. If the next one doesn't work, it's not worth trying the third one.

I also got some special "migraine" glasses - they are designed for people who are very light sensitive and have a very particular tint to them. I guess about 75% of people with migraine who are light sensitive had a reduction in their migraines. I got them in the mail yesterday and am wearing them today at work. I already have dim lighting in my area but of course the whole office isn't that way. They are essentially a rose tint. It's a bit of an adjustment since I don't wear glasses, but I already appreciated them in our morning staff meeting under the bright fluorescent lighting. So we'll see. The brand I got is called Theraspecs.

Other than that, Sypha and I had a nice NW3 trial on Sunday. We didn't title but we had really nice improvements from our last NW3. My goal was no "no's" (as in, no false alerts) and we achieved that. I felt really good about the trial and just wish it wasn't the end of trial season up here, because we're on a nice trajectory. But hopefully we can get into some trials next spring.


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Rose colored glasses--I like that MeadowCat--maybe we should all be wearing them--the news lately has been so dismal, rose colored glasses seem like a good idea.

Hope the new CGRP receptor drug works for you (they run a lot of ads on tv these days for a variety of cardio drugs and several different migraine drugs--I always think of you when I see a new migraine ad.

I can't remember if I commented on the fact that the surgeon who saw me and gave me the bad news--no surgery for me for the sciatica--live with it but he did add to my array of drugs another NSAID, Celebrix--which makes the pain from the sciatica tolerable most of the time. YAY for surgeons who don't want to do surgery but do want to figure out how to control symptoms.

Good luck with your new drug.

Don't they do inside Nose Work trials in the winter? Is that why it's end of season for the trials?

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Yeah... before surgery on my hip and knee replacements, each person involved asked me which joint was being operated on. This after the surgical nurse had confirmed via paperwork and the surgeon the correct joint and had written WRONG HIP (KNEE) on the opposite one.

The did the same thing with my cataract surgery (No they did not write on my eyeball. The marked my eyelid)

Good thing the did, as the intake paperwork did not match mine or the surgeons.
Eventually they got it right.

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...I can't remember if I commented on the fact that the surgeon who saw me and gave me the bad news--no surgery for me for the sciatica--live with it but he did add to my array of drugs another NSAID, Celebrix--which makes the pain from the sciatica tolerable most of the time. YAY for surgeons who don't want to do surgery but do want to figure out how to control symptoms....

Hey, Bug some of my personal family experience with Celebrix. My mom, back in her early 80's had a knee repair surgery which took very long to recover. She had lots of pain & difficulty going down stairs in her house. Doctor put her on Celebrix for this problem. (I'm not sure for how long)

About a year later, she had a heart attack at home due to a blocked coronary artery ("widowmaker") although she had zero previous cardiac disease history, unlike my father. Surgeons were able to clear out clot (only one isolated one found) in cath lab surgery without any further procedures. She just turned 90 this year and doing well for her age.

Celebrix Article Re. Blood Clots
https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsl...x_and_bleeding
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Hey, Bug some of my personal family experience with Celebrix. My mom, back in her early 80's had a knee repair surgery which took very long to recover. She had lots of pain & difficulty going down stairs in her house. Doctor put her on Celebrix for this problem. (I'm not sure for how long)

About a year later, she had a heart attack at home due to a blocked coronary artery ("widowmaker") although she had zero previous cardiac disease history, unlike my father. Surgeons were able to clear out clot (only one isolated one found) in cath lab surgery without any further procedures. She just turned 90 this year and doing well for her age.

Celebrix Article Re. Blood Clots
https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsl...x_and_bleeding
Hiya SD

The surgeon told me about Celebrix and it's history--it used to be the most common of post surgery drug (for pain) and then fell out of favor because some cardio incidents and some studies linked it with a couple of cardiac issues. Late (like about now) further studies were done and the indication is that Celebrix was NOT causing the cardio issues and it has started being used more often again.

I'll have to look at the article you linked when I go to the library because it won't open for my dinosaur of a dial up but I think it's one that I read before I started taking all of the crap I take now.

For me--even if the risk of clots was very common (it appears it's not) I'd still be taking that risk--since surgery is out of the question it's all a matter of pain control for me and the Celebrix was the drug that finally handled that for the most part.

<VBG> Presently I take more damned drugs than my cardio dog but he's already outlived me if you translate dog years to people years he's now almost 14 (dog years) and that would be 98 (people years)--I'm only 11.5 (roughly--in dog years)--soooo I'll take my chances since the Celebrix works--for me anyway.

Congratulations to your mom SD--geeze--90 I don't know if I can do another 10 years.

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Rose colored glasses--I like that MeadowCat--maybe we should all be wearing them--the news lately has been so dismal, rose colored glasses seem like a good idea.

Hope the new CGRP receptor drug works for you (they run a lot of ads on tv these days for a variety of cardio drugs and several different migraine drugs--I always think of you when I see a new migraine ad.

I can't remember if I commented on the fact that the surgeon who saw me and gave me the bad news--no surgery for me for the sciatica--live with it but he did add to my array of drugs another NSAID, Celebrix--which makes the pain from the sciatica tolerable most of the time. YAY for surgeons who don't want to do surgery but do want to figure out how to control symptoms.

Good luck with your new drug.

Don't they do inside Nose Work trials in the winter? Is that why it's end of season for the trials?

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Thanks, Bug. I'm hopeful about the new drug, but I don't want to have sky high hopes that end up dashed, you know?

I'm sorry to hear to hear surgery isn't an option for you, but I hope that you have some good options for pain control. I totally know what it's like to live in pain every day, so...good drugs are essential.

We don't do Nosework trials in the winter, both because searching outside (exteriors) is just too cold (dogs can certainly search odor in the snow, and it's fun!, but searching for too long is just too dangerous in our weather), but also because the trial structure means that you sit in your car with your dog and wait. That can be risky for everyone - you're running your car all day, burning gas and all of that, plus you still have to "stage" outside sometimes...just logistically doesn't work. Unless you are willing to travel to warmer climates to trial, just the end of the season now!
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4x4, Why, do you have a guilty conscience?

The punishments on list are only to be administered if you've been a "Bad Boy", in the judgement of the Mod(s).
(Note: NOT by Deputy (Dawg) Mods)


However, you're initial use of emojis is quite a refreshing change....


You can learn much from B67, undisputed "King of CT Emojis", as in post above. ^^^^
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Moves? Chase It.
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Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!

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Hello.......we are home now .......hello????
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...

New Scott

...

Prying minds want to know, B67, does that nurse emoji represent the scrub nurse from Scott's operation or LaDi administering additional "truth serum" to extract answers from "The Question List" ?
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All of you all are out of control.........I started the entertainment ........or challenging other coop mates to recall the things each bird hates .......just to see how much we have learned about one another over time..........WELL......Spock spit out a list within a VERY short amount of time......AND in turn we are learning what others think about our individual coop habits.........but you know what..............I do not see his thoughts as a reprimand ......Just another opportunity to irritate ............"
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Glad your back Di........worried about you this morning.....
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Oh I was concerned but back in the day I was an ortho.surgeon.....so that helped me get through this......just knowing everything and all.......
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Prying minds want to know, B67, does that nurse emoji represent the scrub nurse from Scott's operation or LaDi administering additional "truth serum" to extract answers from "The Question List" ?
Great question SD - devious minds think alike // only LDi knows, true emoji identity.
- but rumor has it, the first old scrub nurse was from Russia
- a former FM weight lifter from the Federation Olympic Program
- and Scott asked for a younger replacement / he might be drugged up, but he still has his senses
- now that he is home // LDi has her hands full 24/7
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All of you all are out of control.........I started the entertainment ........or challenging other coop mates to recall the things each bird hates .......just to see how much we have learned about one another over time..........WELL......Spock spit out a list within a VERY short amount of time......AND in turn we are learning what others think about our individual coop habits.........but you know what..............I do not see his thoughts as a reprimand ......Just another opportunity to irritate ............"

LaDi, Perhaps you recall your teachers instructing you, back in your UK finishing school-
"Read the Question (Post) Twice, before attempting to answer..." ?



https://www.dobermantalk.com/non-dob...ml#post4095747

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Original List of CT "Punishments" (Incl. TN addendum):


Mel-
A. Get up at 0400 hrs. MT with LaDi every morning on CT.
B. Make SP defacto CT Mod with all powers which that entails...

Bug- A. Limit posts to one paragraph.
B. Require each post to contain (1) huge uploaded video.
C. Prohibit use of term "Luddite" and "Hun".
D. Admit her future dog will be either a Chihuahua or Pomeranian

Lannie- A. Limit posts to Twitter standard of 280 characters.
B. Prohibit mention of any farm animals or chores.

LaDi- A. Limit ellipses in posts to one set of (3) "..."
B. Disable key repeat feature on all her keyboards & devices.
C. Require 2-way conversations be with actual other persons online.

SD- A. Require all posts to be book & foodie talk
B. Prohibit humor, sarcasm, GIF's & parody.
C. Require positive-only posts pertaining to SP & LaDi


MC- A. Prohibit mention of cold weather, ice or snow.
B. Filter access to posts containing food descriptions or pictures.

B67- A. Restrict subjects of posts to anything other than home reno & cars.
B. Require all posts to be in black text only.
C. Prohibit referring to self in the 3rd person perspective.
D. Admit to responsibility for all freezing cold weather in US lower 48 states.

ECIN- A. Submit all posts thru Mel for Spell check approval
B. Restrict post subjects to anything other than farm talk.

AJ- A. Prohibit comments about great weather in FL
B. Prohibit use of Spanish on CT.

Radar- Prohibit posting of any cute Radar + Nolan pictures

Moe- A. Prohibit CT access or posting before 0900 hrs.
B. No book or movie talk allowed

4x4- A. Don't go to the WS for any reason.
B. Require NLT (5) emojis be used in every post.

SP- A. Go to the WS for any reason.
B. Invite her neighbors with their DD's over for a get together.
C. Restrict talk of her employment to positive-only comments.
D. Prohibit music link posts
E. Prohibit use of terms "JD" or "tractor" or John Deere" or "GMC"
F. Admit to being a secret Ford fan for years.

TN- A. No photos permitted to be posted above 320x240 pixel resolution.
B. No pictures or discussions of new deck or BBQ dishes cooked on same.
C. All pics posted of Mocha must include TN together in same shot.

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I do "apologise", MiLady, if this blimey list was irritating to you....
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"Read the Question (Post) Twice, before attempting to answer..." ?



https://www.dobermantalk.com/non-dob...ml#post4095747

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Original List of CT "Punishments" (Incl. TN addendum):


Mel-
A. Get up at 0400 hrs. MT with LaDi every morning on CT.
B. Make SP defacto CT Mod with all powers which that entails...

Bug- A. Limit posts to one paragraph.
B. Require each post to contain (1) huge uploaded video.
C. Prohibit use of term "Luddite" and "Hun".
D. Admit her future dog will be either a Chihuahua or Pomeranian

Lannie- A. Limit posts to Twitter standard of 280 characters.
B. Prohibit mention of any farm animals or chores.

LaDi- A. Limit ellipses in posts to one set of (3) "..."
B. Disable key repeat feature on all her keyboards & devices.
C. Require 2-way conversations be with actual other persons online.

SD- A. Require all posts to be book & foodie talk
B. Prohibit humor, sarcasm, GIF's & parody.
C. Require positive-only posts pertaining to SP & LaDi


MC- A. Prohibit mention of cold weather, ice or snow.
B. Filter access to posts containing food descriptions or pictures.

B67- A. Restrict subjects of posts to anything other than home reno & cars.
B. Require all posts to be in black text only.
C. Prohibit referring to self in the 3rd person perspective.
D. Admit to responsibility for all freezing cold weather in US lower 48 states.

ECIN- A. Submit all posts thru Mel for Spell check approval
B. Restrict post subjects to anything other than farm talk.

AJ- A. Prohibit comments about great weather in FL
B. Prohibit use of Spanish on CT.

Radar- Prohibit posting of any cute Radar + Nolan pictures

Moe- A. Prohibit CT access or posting before 0900 hrs.
B. No book or movie talk allowed

4x4- A. Don't go to the WS for any reason.
B. Require NLT (5) emojis be used in every post.

SP- A. Go to the WS for any reason.
B. Invite her neighbors with their DD's over for a get together.
C. Restrict talk of her employment to positive-only comments.
D. Prohibit music link posts
E. Prohibit use of terms "JD" or "tractor" or John Deere" or "GMC"
F. Admit to being a secret Ford fan for years.

TN- A. No photos permitted to be posted above 320x240 pixel resolution.
B. No pictures or discussions of new deck or BBQ dishes cooked on same.
C. All pics posted of Mocha must include TN together in same shot.

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I do "apologise", MiLady, if this blimey list was irritating to you....
SD just don't blow or , all day long.
- an impressive & accurate infraction list, and no small feat of sheer brilliance

He seems to have got'en SMRT, from being among us.
- in understanding each of the unique C-Hawks here

ModMa the is gonna get us all back... ...mark my Beau words.
- but we Like to Micro-Manage her // she falls for it, every time
- and runs on wee bit of ego adrenaline someday's still so dedicated, with purpose
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If Scott is anything like most of the guys I know, he be whining by about now. You ready for a break yet, LDi??



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