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Into the abyss
#21
RE: Into the abyss
On a serious note:  
C'mon, Vor, it's not that bad.  You'll go in, you'll have a nice little nap, the doc will examine your sparkling clean colon
and hopefully give you a clean bill of health.
Yes, colon cancer is bad.  I have to have a colonoscopy once a year, 'cause I'm high risk.  
But I watched a friend lose the battle to colon cancer.  It was horrific.   
Best wishes for your test!
"The family that prays together...is brainwashing their children."- Albert Einstein
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#22
RE: Into the abyss
If C_L was here she could pray for your deliverance though the chemical will probably see to that anyhow.
The kind of believing engaged in by most Christians we meet is not neutral, truth seeking believing. It isn't acceptance of the best supported conclusion, not submission to the facts. "True believers" believe heroically, they launch their belief at their chosen target with enthusiasm. While thrusting their belief forward they will brook no but-what-if's. Facts which do not conform are not recognized. 'True' belief is drunk with celebrating certainty, no further quest is required .. only the constant parrying with nay sayers.
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#23
RE: Into the abyss
LOL, insurance agent just dropped off a complimentary ice scraper and a nice tote bag, suitable for camcorder and quite a bit of paraphernalia, by my eye.

She noted I wasn't looking to chipper, I apprised of the situation, and she left post haste.


I have a relative taking me in and bringing me back from the procedure,  we have a prearranged reciprocal agreement.

There will be no amusing vids posted on line afterwards.
Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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#24
RE: Into the abyss
(29th December 2016, 16:37)vorlon13 Wrote: run over by a truck and left for dead in a ditch

Patience. That part is coming up.
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#25
RE: Into the abyss
(29th December 2016, 16:46)vorlon13 Wrote: There will be no amusing vids posted on line afterwards.

That you know of.
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#26
RE: Into the abyss
I've been in the living room recliner off and on. For those not in the know, I have to be on death's doorstep to perch there. Last visit to that chair was the West Nile Fever experience, prior to that it was a 2nd molar extraction.

Why doesn't ISIS execute prisoners with this shit? Immolation would be blessed relief at this point . . .
Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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#27
RE: Into the abyss
Vorlon, as someone who has previously had a colonoscopy and lived to tell about it, I suggest staying close to ready sources of warmth -- Hot tub, hot shower, heat register, All The Blankets There Are. When the prep was doing its thing, the main effect I noticed is that I was having trouble keeping warm.
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#28
RE: Into the abyss
yes, there are blankies on the recliner

I was thinking a hot bath would be good too, but fouling the waters is still a potent risk at this point.

Also, an odd sensation, my face feels like it could fall off, it's real weird and unpleasant. Shaky too, might be the chilling effect . .
Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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#29
RE: Into the abyss
(29th December 2016, 17:19)Cthulhu Dreaming Wrote:
(29th December 2016, 16:37)vorlon13 Wrote: run over by a truck and left for dead in a ditch

Patience.  That part is coming up.

In a couple of more hours he'll be wishing for that.

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#30
RE: Into the abyss
Also, it occurs to me, with the apparently unavoidable salty taste of this gavilyte shit, why include fruit flavor packets?  My choices were orange, cherry and I don't recall the third one.

I'm no food technologist, but with the much thicker than water consistency anyhow, and the existing salty taste,

why the fuck doesn't this shit come with a packet to make it taste like gravy ?!?!?!?!?!

hell, I'd drink that right up, despite the cramps bloating and nausea, I'm fucking hungry !!!!
Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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