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Old 09-14-2013, 06:56 PM   #2001
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I don't know what I'm having for dinner but I had a delicious BLT for lunch.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:04 PM   #2002
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Since you're from NY a slice means something bigger than your face, right?
The Way My wife makes them it is!! but we have a Local place, where the owner is from the same area of L.I. as My Wife,...so yeah,...we can still get a NY slice,..even in Arizona!
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I had 1/2 a smoked chicken left over so I just deboned it and made some chicken salad.
Put some on fresh baked white bread with tomatoes.
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Fresh Tuna steak, blackened on the grill, then topped with some of that pesto I just made up.

I think we'll just go real simple and have hot, whole wheat Portugese rolls and Caesar salad with it, all washed down with a glass or two of vino.
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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.

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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.
Thanks for the info! That sounds like me, no stamina, overweight. My Dad died of a heart attack at 54, I'm 65 so better get that checked when I get back from a trip to North Carolina - oh boy, all that great Carolina pork and red sauce, I'm in trouble!

Anyway, today Panda Express before the big Alabama-Texas A&M game!
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Quentin, get to a cardiologist ASAP! Do the stress test (treadmill for 15 mins.)
If you can't do that, you've got troubles. Don't wait!
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Yes, get to a cardiologist. Genetics plays a huge role in how your ticker and plumbing works and lasts. I drew the short straw with genetics so I have a great scar down my chest at a pretty young age. But an occasional greasy piece of meat won't kill you if you are behaving well normally. I had ribs last night so tomorrow I'll be riding my bike about 25-30 miles as penance.
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Youngest son had a birthday a couple days ago. My children and I are going to Buffalo Wild Wings, per the "birthday boy's" request.
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Youngest son had a birthday a couple days ago. My children and I are going to Buffalo Wild Wings, per the "birthday boy's" request.
Don't get caught pakin'. Corporate policy of no guns there.
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