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Old Aug 24 2010, 02:22 AM   #441
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Which is lots!
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... but is the required number. Luckily it's only one of each a day.
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Old Aug 25 2010, 12:40 AM   #443
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When we compare drugs these days there is no way it's fun.
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Old Aug 25 2010, 04:38 AM   #444
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I always pull all nighters. I am an all night sort of person. Not much of a boozy party person. Dude, the booze interferes with my drug habits--the ones the doctor prescribes?
Also its crazy when you want try something and can't, real do it, like my father homemade wine once. It was good but could have much.

Seconded eann My thyroid level is back to normal, which took a bit.
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Old Aug 26 2010, 02:37 AM   #445
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I think mine is still a bit low but I won't know till I go back for blood chemistries again.
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Mine are being checked next Wed.
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Old Aug 28 2010, 01:17 AM   #447
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Hope you're not a quart low!
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Nah! More likely high platelets.
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Good luck with it - last time I went to the blood donor bank, they told me, my iron was too low and had to do a venus tap which produced a better result BUT if it was still low, it meant I couldn't go donate blood for 6 months.
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ooh I can join in this conversation - I'm on 7 pills a day plus 2 iron tablets and an inhaler I also have some "occasional" pills that I'm prescribed "just in case".

Colleagues at w**k say I'm the pharmacy as I also usually have enough paracetemol and/or ibuprofen to rival Boots (thats a big chemist/drug chain in the UK). Lets hope I'm not held up too much at customs when I arrive in Melbourne on Tuesday
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Old Aug 29 2010, 01:51 AM   #451
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KC, you win! I can't donate blood for awhile because I had two transfusions after each of my knee replacements. Not sure how long you have to wait but oh well.
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kc: you beat me. I'm on 4-a-day for 5 days a week, and 5-a-day for the other two. Plus a sniffer to keep my eustachion tubes clear (otherwise I go deaf).

Oh, and I take 1 vitimin pill a week, and a glucasomine AND a ginko.
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I have a sniffer too! And it's not a doggie!
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Actually I have a different puffer in case I land up in a room with a dog!
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Ooooh, nooo, a pet puffer!
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... and take it for walkies every day! ...
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Well, now I don't feel quite so down about having turned into a chemical container.
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Old Sep 1 2010, 12:56 AM   #458
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With the atmosphere the way it is these days we would be even if we didn't take any meds are all!
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The atmosphere has always been poluted.


Years ago it was methane, sulphurated-hydrogen and other byproducts of decomposing manure.
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Didn't they used to say that mass production of automobiles would save the world from pollution?
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Didn't they used to say that mass production of automobiles would save the world from pollution?
That's just so much horse manure...
oh wait, that's exactly what it is not, isn't it?

Seriously, did they really say that, Sandi?
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I can remember our government stating catagorically (1961) that nuclear generated electricity would be so cheap that it would be given away free.
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Hans, I'm really not sure. It's just something I vaguely remember from school days. Something about the health (and odor) issues in cities with horses, oxen and donkeys "doing their thing" in the streets. Cars were expected to be cleaner and less noxious.

P'ter, when they said that some of them probably actually believed it. In both cases it just goes to show that people tend to believe what's said by "educated" people they are taught to respect.
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I just reread my LADY IN THE LOCH getting it ready for e-books and remember how often it was stressed, describing Edinburgh back then, that it was distinguished by a huge noxious cloud of smoke and smell (some of it from the horses and--oh, the chamber pots dumped in the streets too) that you could see 20 miles away. . .
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There are records of "The Big Stench", in London one summer, that was so bad they had to suspend parliament. They'd hang curtains at the windows drenched in a lime solution.

About the same time the Paris equivalent actually installed 'air conditioning': an extract fan in the roof driven by a belt drive and powered by a donkey in a treadmill in a courtyard.
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Now there's an idea for you ...

how's about a somewhat younger Felicity F cleaning up Victorian Dublin?
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Grumble... Catalyst has been released in the UK right? ... Grumble

I'm going to HAVE to order it online now. I hate doing that because I have to get things delivered to work.
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P'ter, I like that idea! That would be a lot of fun. Wonder if I can get someone else to go for it. The publisher I did the Godmother series with didn't want to do anymore--one book out of three didn't sell through so that meant the series was a flop. Nincompoops.
I don't know if Catalyst was released in the UK or not, really. It wasn't purchased by a British publisher but I'm sure you could get it from Amazon or something. It's coming out in paper in November just before the Dec. release of Catacombs.
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Catalyst (US edition) is being sold by Waterstones.

Edith if you're REALLY pushed for it, I'll get you one and post it to you so long as you paypall me back for it.
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Just finished reading Catalyst...interesting... I guess I was wanting more of RoadKill, who was in my opinion, the real star in the Acorna series. It was clean enough for the younger set and interesting enough to read the sequel in December.
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Edith if you're REALLY pushed for it, I'll get you one and post it to you so long as you paypall me back for it.
I can order it online over here, I was just hoping to pick it up while I was home.
The Waterstones in Aber didn't have it, nor did Foyles (sp) at St Pancras station
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I forget this kitty's real name but he is on UCats. He looks like I think Chester should look.
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This is the Late Great Treat. Pshaw-Ra looks like an Abyssinian but has the Late Great Treat's personality. You can tell the dude has tude just from his picture.
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This is my late friend Ryk Reaser and his lookalike kitty Boo, the models for Becker and RK.
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And this is Cisco whose cooperative, adventurous, and very sweet personality is the model for Chester. Who says good kitties can't be good heroes?
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Your un-named shaggy-cat looks remarkably like my daughter's 'Cookie-dough', only she's somewhat younger.
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I really should find out that kitty's name again. I think it might be either Oliver or Leo but I have a mind like a steel sieve.
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Better to be a steel sieve than a plastic one.
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