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Old 09-13-2012, 11:58 PM   #11
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crappy mcdonalds - no one felt like cooking - not that there was anything decent to make - but hey, it was something to make a turd...

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Old 09-14-2012, 12:02 AM   #12
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Welcome to my club! I'll introduce you to my surgeon.

lol, prolly so. i just hope it kills me before the expected EOTWAWKI comes.
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Old 09-14-2012, 12:09 AM   #13
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How old were you when you had your bypass, how long ago. If you don't mind. If so I understand.
57. I have the dubious distinction of having lasted the longest of all my male relatives without surgery or heart attacks.
An uncle dead at 37. My dad had his first bypass at about 41. He was one of the experiments in '69. All my uncles on the paternal side were likewise affected.
I knew it was comming, I just didn't know when.

BTW....I NEVER had chest pains! I never had a heart attack. My symptoms were lack of energy, and an increasing inability to do any physical activity.

Genes and diet. There's your clue. DO NOT wait for something major to happen. Catch it early and they can do things that are a lot less invasive than breaking your chest open and pulling your heart out to get at the back.
Believe me, it's very uncomforatable.
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Thanks for sharing. I need to take your advice. At 52, I ain't the picture of health. So do you feel better, more active ?

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Well the dominos finally got here, bleh stuffed.

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Bacon, eggs over medium, and fried biscuits. Quart Mason jar of sweet tea.

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As soon as I get out of work, it's Wendy's for me.

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Bacon, eggs over medium, and fried biscuits. Quart Mason jar of sweet tea.
Mmm sweet tea...my kidneys are gonna fail from all the sugar, but its soo good!!
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Leftover meatloaf, corn and a spinach salad.

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a decent garden vegatable salad with

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