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Surveys a waste of time » Post #4

Sat Mar 03, 2018 09:50 in General Talk

South Africa is not in the top countries to get surveys.
All you can do is look daily to see if there is any.

weather » Post #15

Sat Mar 03, 2018 01:13 in General Talk

Thank you.

weather » Post #13

Fri Mar 02, 2018 19:34 in General Talk

He's having the bovine *pig valve.

He is 69 and was born with a window in the heart. In 1968 when he was 19 years old, he
had open heart surgery to close it. Back then they could not perform that type of surgery
on babies/children.

Today, however, most of his issue is probably due to heavy smoking and hard life, to say
the least.

He is my ex-husband.

They're going to also take some veins from his leg, put stints and I don't know what else.

I picked him up today. He was in the hospital 5 days going thru all the tests and is scheduled
for surgery the 15th.

It's a good hospital and good surgeons. He has 4 doctors and the main heart surgeon is
from India. He likes them all.

They did try to get his old records from West Virginia when he had surgery there 50 years
ago! No such luck. His name was still in the records but that was all.

I think he will be fine. As is he can barely breath and can only take a few steps before he
has to stop and bend over to get air.

weather » Post #11

Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:23 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: My significant other is having open heart surgery very soon.

He's been in the hospital undergoing various tests for several days.

It's an hour drive to the hospital. With all the rain and flooding, I was not
able to go there today. However, the rain is suppose to be cleared out by
Friday.

Take good care of him Val, Hope he recovers soon :)

My mom suffers from hypochondriasis and are at the hospital up to 10 days every month (You should see her medicine cabinet :o ) She could open her own pharmacy.

Good luck with your loved one, And give him lot's of love and care ;)


They've scheduled his surgery for about two weeks down the road.
Going to pick him up today in a bit.
He will be having valve replacement and also taking some veins from his leg and some stints.

My grandmother, when alive, would go to the doctor at least once a month and usually more.
She would get a B12 shot. She'd say, I got to go to doctor and get my B12 shot. I often
wondered if it wasn't just water/placebo. According to her, every day something was wrong
with her. She lived to be about 82 and died a very peaceful death. She had a smile on her
face as she passed. In my head instead of hearing out loud 'I have joint pain in my leg today' or 'I
have a cold today' or 'my arthritis is acting up today'.........I heard 'I died today'. As if to day,
I am happy because something else is wrong with me today. :shock: :mrgreen:

weather » Post #9

Thu Mar 01, 2018 01:19 in General Talk

My significant other is having open heart surgery very soon.

He's been in the hospital undergoing various tests for several days.

It's an hour drive to the hospital. With all the rain and flooding, I was not
able to go there today. However, the rain is suppose to be cleared out by
Friday.

weather » Post #4

Wed Feb 28, 2018 18:19 in General Talk

It's a flood here.

Payments » Post #2

Tue Feb 27, 2018 19:14 in Payment Proofs

Great payment!

Remember to remove the reference numbers from your payment. :thumbup:

Venuezla launching their own crypto currency coin » Post #9

Mon Feb 26, 2018 17:29 in General Talk

Some people believe everything they read.

Referrals » Post #2

Sun Feb 25, 2018 16:40 in General Talk

Yes.

Question » Post #2

Sun Feb 25, 2018 00:17 in General Talk

This is ClixSense.

Bitcoin is back and stronger better than before » Post #14

Tue Feb 20, 2018 14:34 in General Talk

Maybe. Millionaire's must still do surveys according to the questions on some of them. :? :shock:

What they found in the year 3232 » Post #5

Tue Feb 20, 2018 14:30 in General Talk

Creatures that look like a combo of a twinkie and a minion, may see the car, hear
David Bowie, and think earthlings as huge crazy monsters with four tires.

old method » Post #13

Tue Feb 20, 2018 14:24 in General Talk

I was accessing the internet in the early 90's.

I kind of liked those AOL cd's. Not too great as coasters but worked well in target practice. :lol:

old method » Post #4

Mon Feb 19, 2018 15:11 in General Talk

1971, not a bad year.

What they found in the year 3232 » Post #1

Mon Feb 19, 2018 12:41 in General Talk

Imagine a digging operation in the year 3232. The purpose is to locate ancient relics.
What do you think they would find and what would they think it is?

What is that?

I don't know?

Ask the boss

It's an item from the year 2000. Human's knew it as a 'mobile phone'

What is a mobile phone?

It is what human's used in order to make noise.

Why?

Humans were stupid in the year 2000.

old method » Post #2

Mon Feb 19, 2018 12:31 in General Talk

Are you wanting to purchase advertising?

payment » Post #2

Sat Feb 17, 2018 08:35 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to edit out the reference numbers before posting. :thumbup:

Creepy Garbage Mystery ....tasman1 » Post #2

Thu Feb 15, 2018 19:37 in General Talk

That's might silly.

They should use their trash cans as a toilet. That would probably stop it.

Used to be free but now cost .......tasman1 » Post #13

Thu Feb 15, 2018 14:03 in General Talk

No, I wasn't referring to chain joints. I was referring to individual joints.
Some along A1A and in the Daytona Beach area.

Your best bet probably is to hire a home worker. You know, someone
that will go to the store for you once a week or once every ten days, etc.

I did home health years ago and I recall a job I had thru a major hospital
that would send me various places as needed. Some times it was at the
hospital some times nursing homes sometimes peoples homes. Never a
dull moment. :lol: Anyway, there was a couple that had been in a car
wreck. They would had me a big crock pot some times and I would take
it to a local restaurant that would fill it with food. Some times it was bean
soup, some times barbecue, etc.

You might be surprised some of the places that will deliver enough food
to last you several days and without you needing to cook it. Just reheat.

I am sure there is meals on wheels in your area. You should look into that.
It was always served once a day when I worked there and we would deliver
too. Cost was $0. The meals were large enough to be a full supper. Usually
some kind of meat or fish, two or more vegetables, bread/roll, and drink
such as milk and tea plus cake or fruit.

Ankiety » Post #10879

Wed Feb 14, 2018 14:34 in Polish

Rafrza, sorry about that. Post again.
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