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auntblabby
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22 Feb 2022, 3:47 am

my neighbor will deliver a decision soon.

choose one-

alone and rich
or
happily married and poor



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22 Feb 2022, 8:11 am

Alone and rich.

How many surgeries have you had?



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22 Feb 2022, 8:17 am

Adenoid removal when I was 7 years old.

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22 Feb 2022, 8:23 pm

Doc installed a broken wrist fixator to my left arm. Doc said he quit counting at 42 fractures. It was some podunk town but with a decent sized hospital. I had to ask him about his resume, he helped developed the fixator along with his mentor. I don't trust anyone but agreed based on my gut feel. He woke me up to check on me. I finally had it and shut downed. It was a quick one but man, was I pissed off. I could a bumped my head.

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23 Feb 2022, 12:40 am

I don't think that I've had any surgeries so far.

Have you ever needed to get a tooth pulled?


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23 Feb 2022, 1:20 am

I've had 14 major surgeries, organ removals, and revisions.
I have a bionic body.
Plus a few oral surgeries (all wisdom teeth and some root canals).

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23 Feb 2022, 1:30 am

Have you ever needed to get a tooth pulled?

plenty, some more need to be replaced, it is in limbo for now
i want to pay out of pocket, the dentist wants to wait till i can afford hc,

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23 Feb 2022, 1:30 am

I had a few teeth pulled when I was 9-10, and then when I was 15 I had two baby teeth pulled that wouldn't come out by themselves.

Have you ever had any unexplained seizures before?


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23 Feb 2022, 1:46 am

Yes , years ago. I cracked wisdom tooth. Left it for awhile. Had to have it pulled, too badly decayed.
Then had another molar crack. It was treated sooner. Filling. Saved.
Nope. No surgeries. I can recall. Maybe one as a kid, some kind of muscle tear.
(Oh yeah, I was knocked unconscious too , as a kid...concussion. Wonderful for brain health .... :roll: )

Dentists. Ya know, after they put the needle in. Once Novacaine(?) kicks in, doesn't really bother me.
(I did complain about the lights in eyes ,once though.)
Recovery period is uncomfortable. A few painkillers here and there. When you can't sleep.

I had a fever 'fit' when I was a child. I was hospitalized.
I may have also had some kind of epileptic thing.
Rare occurrences. As a kid. Never as an adult.

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IsabellaLinton wrote:
I have a bionic body.


Ah, bionic body.
Her name was Jaime Sommers.
She was 28,
Apparently bi-pedal. Meaning she liked to have Sex: with females.
If i read that correctly. :duh:
:jester:
Before my time.
I'm just finding out about it...
I know there was a bionic man...
She's Hot...
For 70's chick.
Oldschool chick.
Bionic Chick.

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23 Feb 2022, 2:05 am

I had a seizure in the car at around 1 year old, for no discernible reason.

Are you prone to "flicker vertigo"?


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23 Feb 2022, 2:10 am

I may have felt nausea at one time, but can't recall.
Like cine projector?
Strobe lighting?
Generally I think I'm immune to all that.

I saw a Police van, with flashing blue lights outside a house, recently.
It was pretty intense on the eyes. But I did not get effected bodily or feel any funny sensations, no.

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23 Feb 2022, 6:54 am

i can't watch strobing of any kind, as my brain gets "fuzzy."

choose one-

tolerate a loud nasty noise for 10 seconds-
or a quiet but niggling rattle for 10 minutes



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23 Feb 2022, 8:10 am

Quiet niggling rattle for 10 mins is preferable to the loud noise.

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23 Feb 2022, 8:16 am

The lower the "rattle" the better (low as in pitch). I don't take too kindly to high-pitch sounds.

Do you know when sirens within UK police cars changed to a more American-style siren?



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23 Feb 2022, 9:06 am

No idea.

McDonalds or KFC?



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23 Feb 2022, 9:10 am

Previously, when it was Kentucky Fried Chicken......KFC

Now: McDonald's


Sainsbury's, or Waitrose?

I remember, growing up, I would see TV shows with UK police where the sirens were like the ones the French use today. But when I visited the UK, I noticed that changed to our siren pattern.



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