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post #38401 of 70143
Sup sf?

Pissing me off now: tonight is my last night here in little rock. Not gonna miss little rock- but I will miss spending time with my sister and her husband.
post #38402 of 70143
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Still up. These stupid Math excercises take far too long. But that's probably just because I'm stupid.

i read that as meth, that is a much more likely thing to keep you up, not math. that should put you to sleep.
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Sup sf?
Pissing me off now: tonight is my last night here in little rock. Not gonna miss little rock- but I will miss spending time with my sister and her husband.

sup acid, enjoy the rest of the family time.
post #38403 of 70143
^ yeah... She's flying to dc anyway for some big doctor conference, and otoh I do miss home a lot, and its another day closer to seeing my family.
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^ yeah... She's flying to dc anyway for some big doctor conference, and otoh I do miss home a lot, and its another day closer to seeing my family.

HOP THE FLIGHT TO DC!!!!!
post #38405 of 70143
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Thanks, imatlas. I've suspected that that might be the case, but I've never really looked into it much. I typically say lactose intolerance because that's the term people are generally familiar with, but for the reasons I've described, I don't think it's actually true. Do you know what it is in regular milk that I'd be allergic to that's not in goat's milk?

My understanding is that cow's milk and goat's milk contain slightly different variants of casein, but that's about all I know about it. Lactose intolerance isn't usually quite as...violent...as the symptoms that you've described. Have you ever seen allergist?

Movember is pissing me off right now. It seems to be everywhere at the moment, and when I looked up their form 990 I realized that all they are is a fundraising organization, and that 33 cents of every dollar they raise stays in the Movember organization in the form of salaries and marketing costs. Just donate direct to Livestrong if you're so inclined, you don't need the mustachioed middleman.
post #38406 of 70143
the wonderful weather has turned to crap today.
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the wonderful weather has turned to crap today.

It was sleeting out here this morning plain.gif
post #38408 of 70143
ugh, just rain here. sorry, dude.
post #38409 of 70143
It was snowing this morning but now the sun is out.
post #38410 of 70143
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

ugh, just rain here. sorry, dude.

Was more weird than anything, temps were low 40s and we had random bits of ice falling from the sky. Didn't seem to make the roads any worse, although there were a ton of accidents. Usually are in the rain around here, DC area drivers being what they are.
post #38411 of 70143
This morning I lost my best friend; my dog of nearly 13 years, Callie. Her condition has been deteriorating slowly for a year or so, but the issues were related to age and not illness, and they weren't severe enough to make it a quality of life issue. A week ago she had a violent seizure that, thankfully, my mom witnessed. She was able to hold Cal down until the seizure ended. My parents decided that if this happened again they would need to seriously consider euthanizing her.

My dad called at 7AM and told me she had another seizure. I went about 80 on the highway and made it home in pretty close to record time. Callie was calm by then, but my dad said she had been shaking like a leaf earlier. She very likely hurt at least one of her legs during the seizure and had difficulty moving without limping. I guess she also pooped a bit on the carpet. But then my mom told me what happened before I got there: despite the seizure, despite the arthritis, she limped to the door and insisted on going outside. Cal crouched down slightly and peed, and my parents helped her back in. That's the kind of dog she was...she wanted to make us happy and insisted on going to the bathroom the proper way, even with the pain and fear.

I went to the vet with my dad. We sat there for a while and just reminisced about her, and stayed with Cal when the doctor gave her a sedative and then the euthanasia solution. She was gone in literally ten seconds. Needless to say that was one of the saddest experiences of my life. My parents' house already feels emptier and quieter, and I haven;'t stopped crying for more than 5 minutes. She was a great dog and I'm going to miss her for a very long time.

I took this first pic two days ago. She was snoozing peacefully in the sun.


post #38412 of 70143
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

Was more weird than anything, temps were low 40s and we had random bits of ice falling from the sky. Didn't seem to make the roads any worse, although there were a ton of accidents. Usually are in the rain around here, DC area drivers being what they are.

same thing in bmore. the already low intelligence level here, drops even more, in drivers, when there is any form of precipitation.
post #38413 of 70143
conne, that is really sad, man. rough couple of months. i am sure you will pull through. hit me up if you wanna talk or something.
post #38414 of 70143
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This morning I lost my best friend; my dog of nearly 13 years, Callie. Her condition has been deteriorating slowly for a year or so, but the issues were related to age and not illness, and they weren't severe enough to make it a quality of life issue. A week ago she had a violent seizure that, thankfully, my mom witnessed. She was able to hold Cal down until the seizure ended. My parents decided that if this happened again they would need to seriously consider euthanizing her.
My dad called at 7AM and told me she had another seizure. I went about 80 on the highway and made it home in pretty close to record time. Callie was calm by then, but my dad said she had been shaking like a leaf earlier. She very likely hurt at least one of her legs during the seizure and had difficulty moving without limping. I guess she also pooped a bit on the carpet. But then my mom told me what happened before I got there: despite the seizure, despite the arthritis, she limped to the door and insisted on going outside. Cal crouched down slightly and peed, and my parents helped her back in. That's the kind of dog she was...she wanted to make us happy and insisted on going to the bathroom the proper way, even with the pain and fear.
I went to the vet with my dad. We sat there for a while and just reminisced about her, and stayed with Cal when the doctor gave her a sedative and then the euthanasia solution. She was gone in literally ten seconds. Needless to say that was one of the saddest experiences of my life. My parents' house already feels emptier and quieter, and I haven;'t stopped crying for more than 5 minutes.
She was a great dog and I'm going to miss her for a very long time.

Damn I'm sorry about that.
post #38415 of 70143
condolences Conne. losing a loved pet is one of the worst things. good for you that you went to the vet and watched her go. it may seem horrible now, but you would have regretted it if you had missed seeing her off.
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