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Old 26th January 2013, 08:53 AM   #9751
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Maui dodo is home safe.

It is late so I will catch up in the morning.

Hope you all are well.
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Old 26th January 2013, 09:00 AM   #9752
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Were they drunk or sober?
Silly question
They where sober as it was prety early and a few more act to folow.

But then sober can be a relative sort of thing. lets say they where soberer than later on and most probably a bit more soberer than they normaly are.

To me and you, again relatively speaking, as they would apear today, they where totaly pissed up and on the border of alchool poisonining so quite normal.
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Old 26th January 2013, 09:57 AM   #9753
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Welcome back , Big Dodo Cal

hope you bring some CocoNutz ........ back
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Yes sir, boss.

Was due to a big stone that landed on my foot, dumP part was that I was the one holding the stone (me did make sure that the marker was placed pointing in the right direction).

With the keyboard added, you're still way ahead of the rest, imo.
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Old 26th January 2013, 12:21 PM   #9755
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Old 26th January 2013, 12:37 PM   #9756
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Yes sir, boss.

Was due to a big stone that landed on my foot, dumP part was that I was the one holding the stone (me did make sure that the marker was placed pointing in the right direction).

With the keyboard added, you're still way ahead of the rest, imo.
I see that you have painted an arrow for the doc to poit out the direction to the hurted foot. Is that really a keyboard connected to the foot?

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Old 26th January 2013, 12:49 PM   #9757
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painted an arrow - keyboard connected ?
No, the marker pen arrow is placed by the pre-op folks, right before they stick a spinal block needle in your back and wheel the beef to the operating room.
Standard procedure nowadays to prevent mix-ups (QC/QA protocols).

Electronic nerve sensitivity supression, saves on pain killers (my g/f is a pro-expert in that erea, Dr-Dr.)

Me vegetable, fortunately not limited to the upper part only.
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Old 26th January 2013, 01:00 PM   #9758
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No, the marker pen arrow is placed by the pre-op folks, right before they stick a spinal block needle in your back and wheel the beef to the operating room.
Standard procedure nowadays to prevent mix-ups (QC/QA protocols).

Electronic nerve sensitivity supression, saves on pain killers (my g/f is a pro-expert in that erea, Dr-Dr.)

Me vegetable, fortunately not limited to the upper part only.
That sucks. I always love the icy feeling of a good anethesia. Coldest, strongest shot in the world. Can feel it in your veins.

They didn,t put an arrow on the other foot did they
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They didn,t put an arrow on the other foot did they
Good thinking, i'll check and get back to you.
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Standard procedure nowadays to prevent mix-ups (QC/QA protocols).
Yea. Would be sad if they amputated the wrong foot.
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