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Re: Share Some News

Postby action » Sat Sep 01, 2018 8:50 pm

fairydandy wrote:
action wrote:
fairydandy wrote:Nice enough car action, but a bit slow. I'll wave at you as you disappear in the rear view mirror. ;)


it's a 318i, 3 cilinder 8-)


A srewing machine.... :P


fixed that for you :P
I see you standing there. You think you so cool. Why don't you just..... fuck off!
 
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Re: Share Some News

Postby P.T » Sat Sep 08, 2018 4:19 pm

I realised I've been living in Japan for over 6 months now and haven't said anything here about it.



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Re: Share Some News

Postby Lino » Sun Sep 30, 2018 10:11 am

hello again, after all this time.
Now from Czech Republic :)
I'm a globetrotter and I'm proud of it!
 
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Re: Share Some News

Postby Sole Survivor » Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:16 pm

icy wrote:
Sole Survivor wrote:Well, my adventures in cardiology continue apace, albeit via another family member now. My elder sister was attending her granddaughter's wedding a couple of weeks back, and suffered a complete cardiac arrest. Her heart stopped for 90 minutes, and if it wasn't for the people there who knew CPR, I wouldn't have a sister anymore. Learn the procedure, people- it saves lives. She's been stented and spent the first week in a chemically induced coma while her system recovered, and she now has a pacemaker fitted and a tracheostomy to help her breathe, as her arrest caused a bout of pneumonia. (Slightly different from mine, where my pneumonia was what caused my episode..) She's now awake and lucid, and getting better everyday, but it was touch and go at first. Most families have features like eyes or noses that feature prominently in the family- with us, it seems, it's hearts...


I hope your sister recovers fully. I also hope you are doing well these days.
Heart problems and cancer are in my family too. It isn't easy to deal with.
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She's now fully recovered, and back home- has been for about a month so far. Getting used to living with a life-threatening condition, which is a real bitch to get used to, so needless to say we're in regular contact with each other for mutual pep-talks.
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Re: Share Some News

Postby icy » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:35 pm

Sole Survivor wrote:
icy wrote:
Sole Survivor wrote:Well, my adventures in cardiology continue apace, albeit via another family member now. My elder sister was attending her granddaughter's wedding a couple of weeks back, and suffered a complete cardiac arrest. Her heart stopped for 90 minutes, and if it wasn't for the people there who knew CPR, I wouldn't have a sister anymore. Learn the procedure, people- it saves lives. She's been stented and spent the first week in a chemically induced coma while her system recovered, and she now has a pacemaker fitted and a tracheostomy to help her breathe, as her arrest caused a bout of pneumonia. (Slightly different from mine, where my pneumonia was what caused my episode..) She's now awake and lucid, and getting better everyday, but it was touch and go at first. Most families have features like eyes or noses that feature prominently in the family- with us, it seems, it's hearts...


I hope your sister recovers fully. I also hope you are doing well these days.
Heart problems and cancer are in my family too. It isn't easy to deal with.
*Back under my rock*


She's now fully recovered, and back home- has been for about a month so far. Getting used to living with a life-threatening condition, which is a real bitch to get used to, so needless to say we're in regular contact with each other for mutual pep-talks.


That's good. Hoping for the best for you and her. Sorry I didn't see this post until now.
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Re: Share Some News

Postby icy » Sun Nov 18, 2018 2:08 am

Canada Post being on strike fkn sucks.
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