Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
When did the Rock Choppers change that rule?
My innards are so messed up. All of this week I have been bloating up like crazy and getting pains in my stomach and expelling these minute long farts. Then when I have to shit just like a little shit ball will come out and then more farts, then another little shit ball. I am in the bathroom like 6 times a day, farting shit balling. It is horrible. My ass is raw.
Also, I have this huge painful lump on my neck. My girlfriend said that it is a severely ingrown hair from shaving. It hurts like a mother fucker and it is right on the collar band of my shirt. I don't know if I should go to the dermatologist or what. It is like Guado growing out of the side of my neck. Ugh.
Is it Friday already?
Taken on their own, the symptoms in the first post don't point to it, but, after the second post, the diagnosis is clear. You have GRID.
You need to tell people you are an expert in transparency and corporate governance models.
Seriously, getting on a non-profit board in the GTA area cannot be more than an afternoon's effort. And your family are ballers from a baller part of TO, no? I can't believe you don't have a connect. Also, as you are a baller, use the usual baller way to get on a board: write them a big fat cheque.
I went to one about 15 or so years ago. Was at a company that had been bought out and new head office was there so they flew us all in for indocrination. The guy that owned the company that was just bought, pockets full of cash from the sale, took me and a couple of other guys out in a limo from the hotel and I did not know where we were going. Scotch and cigars were good too...but then again, it's all good when someone else is paying.
Just a general observation here: I find people sort of get out of life what they expect to. I've seen so many patients with similar conditions and one has a great attitude and the other a negative one. Invariably the happy person is happy with their care and the negative person is not. I think we all tend to sort of self fulfill our general outlook in life. Not trying to be New Age or Oprah here, I don't think if wish for a a diamond necklace really hard the "universe" will get you one (The Secret or some such shit?), but I do think people tend to view the events that befall them in this random universe as being positive or negative based on their general outlook.
Oh, the guy in my group who does the least amount of work (read: nothing) came over to me to divy up his work load for the end of the week. I felt like laughing in his face, but you know, teamwork and all of that nonsense.
WTF, is GRID?
I hear this question far too often in people who've gotten their diagnosis. It really makes me sad to know that you could have prevented it if only you knew what steps to take. The good news is that it's very treatable, and you can likely have a near-normal lifespan. We've made vast improvements in treatment since GRID was discovered a few decades ago.
Just be glad it's not GRID managment training. I would be advising you to RUN, RUN YOUR ASS OFF! Easily the single worse thing ever inflicted on my in my professional life.
Too true. Way more manageable than IBD, but I suspect it goes undiagnosed more than Aspbergers in the 70's...
As long as it is not AIDS.
I laughed really hard when I read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay-related_immune_deficiency
thanks piob. although, i do agree with you in a certain respect, i'm not moping around life waiting for something good to come. just had a shitty night and too much to drink.
my head hurts and i'm going back to bed.
Do you have aspergers?
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