Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

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Kory wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 8:49pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:44pm
Wolter wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 6:40pm
Wolter wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:23am


Same. I’ve had two distinct and discrete cold/flu style sicknesses in the last month. I’m honestly not sure if I’ll ever not feel like shit again.
I believe I established a tradition here of reporting vomit tallies. Please, for future historians.
No vomit. The first one was a sinus thing with a fever. This one is a chest thing with no fever, but serous aching and fatigue.
Sincere wishes for a speedy recovery to you and Inder, and a thanks from the IMCT medical historians of 2784 AI (After Inder).
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 8:59pm
Kory wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 8:49pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:44pm
Wolter wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 6:40pm


I believe I established a tradition here of reporting vomit tallies. Please, for future historians.
No vomit. The first one was a sinus thing with a fever. This one is a chest thing with no fever, but serous aching and fatigue.
Sincere wishes for a speedy recovery to you and Inder, and a thanks from the IMCT medical historians of 2784 AI (After Inder).
There is no After Inder. Inder is All and All is Inder.
I can accept Inder as alpha, but not as omega. I've studied the scriptures. Have you?
With a fine-tooth comb. You'll not shake my faith.
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Kory wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 9:16pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 8:59pm
Kory wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 8:49pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:44pm
Wolter wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:35pm


No vomit. The first one was a sinus thing with a fever. This one is a chest thing with no fever, but serous aching and fatigue.
Sincere wishes for a speedy recovery to you and Inder, and a thanks from the IMCT medical historians of 2784 AI (After Inder).
There is no After Inder. Inder is All and All is Inder.
I can accept Inder as alpha, but not as omega. I've studied the scriptures. Have you?
With a fine-tooth comb. You'll not shake my faith.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 6:40pm
Wolter wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 7:23am
Inder wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 1:49am
I'm sick as a dog. Send hot and sour soup. 🤒
Same. I’ve had two distinct and discrete cold/flu style sicknesses in the last month. I’m honestly not sure if I’ll ever not feel like shit again.
I believe I established a tradition here of reporting vomit tallies. Please, for future historians.
Hellenic sore throat, but No-puke Streak's still going strong at 5432 days. Only 70 days to go before I top my all-time best and can erase the shame of "Sambucca Night" from the history books forever.



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There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
03 Dec 2017, 7:54pm
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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Observation: Steamed milk with just some dark maple syrup stirred in is delightful.
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
04 Dec 2017, 1:20am
Observation: Steamed milk with just some dark maple syrup stirred in is delightful.
Sounds great.
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Wolter wrote:
03 Dec 2017, 9:40pm
Heston wrote:
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AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
I bet those 48 comments are a fucking thrillride.
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Every time I go to the doctor, they ask me if I'm taking medication. They are amazed when I say no. The last nurse said that usually everyone is on at least one sort of medication. Is this true? lol

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Mimi wrote:
05 Dec 2017, 11:32pm
Every time I go to the doctor, they ask me if I'm taking medication. They are amazed when I say no. The last nurse said that usually everyone is on at least one sort of medication. Is this true? lol
I've had the same experience with my dentist. They always express some surprise or wariness when I say I'm not on any medication (which may be a bit more expected given the epilepsy). It really is suggestive, tho, of how entrenched pharmaceuticals are in our lives when the non-prescribed people arouse curiosity.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 7:25am
Mimi wrote:
05 Dec 2017, 11:32pm
Every time I go to the doctor, they ask me if I'm taking medication. They are amazed when I say no. The last nurse said that usually everyone is on at least one sort of medication. Is this true? lol
I've had the same experience with my dentist. They always express some surprise or wariness when I say I'm not on any medication (which may be a bit more expected given the epilepsy). It really is suggestive, tho, of how entrenched pharmaceuticals are in our lives when the non-prescribed people arouse curiosity.
Exactly.

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Mimi wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 9:29am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 7:25am
Mimi wrote:
05 Dec 2017, 11:32pm
Every time I go to the doctor, they ask me if I'm taking medication. They are amazed when I say no. The last nurse said that usually everyone is on at least one sort of medication. Is this true? lol
I've had the same experience with my dentist. They always express some surprise or wariness when I say I'm not on any medication (which may be a bit more expected given the epilepsy). It really is suggestive, tho, of how entrenched pharmaceuticals are in our lives when the non-prescribed people arouse curiosity.
Exactly.
I never noticed. Probably because I’m hella mentally ill and always on medication.
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Wolter wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 10:18am
Mimi wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 9:29am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 Dec 2017, 7:25am
Mimi wrote:
05 Dec 2017, 11:32pm
Every time I go to the doctor, they ask me if I'm taking medication. They are amazed when I say no. The last nurse said that usually everyone is on at least one sort of medication. Is this true? lol
I've had the same experience with my dentist. They always express some surprise or wariness when I say I'm not on any medication (which may be a bit more expected given the epilepsy). It really is suggestive, tho, of how entrenched pharmaceuticals are in our lives when the non-prescribed people arouse curiosity.
Exactly.
I never noticed. Probably because I’m hella mentally ill and always on medication.
Well, have I got some snake oil for you!
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