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DRich
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November 22nd, 2022 at 3:31:08 PM permalink
I just learned it is good to drink alcohol when having bad chest pain. Apparently, alcohol is a vasodilator. It is good to learn new things.
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Dieter
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November 22nd, 2022 at 3:36:57 PM permalink
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Do people who don't drink milk eat cereal with water??? Gross!
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Cap'n Crunch with Mtn Dew was my preferred cold breakfast as a teenager.

I now have diabetes.

Worth. It.
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Are you going to pass that one on to your offspring?

tuttigym
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Not on purpose. Metformin sucks.
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Yeah, I was on that also then switched to Glipizide. Two small pills twice a day and no adverse reactions. Works well with a reasonable diet including occasional Mini-Wheats. Check with your M.D.

tuttigym
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Tried Glipizide when the good doctor "had an idea".
The side effects were much worse for me.
May the cards fall in your favor.
tuttigym
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November 23rd, 2022 at 6:18:07 AM permalink
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Do people who don't drink milk eat cereal with water??? Gross!
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Cap'n Crunch with Mtn Dew was my preferred cold breakfast as a teenager.

I now have diabetes.

Worth. It.
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Are you going to pass that one on to your offspring?

tuttigym
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Not on purpose. Metformin sucks.
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Yeah, I was on that also then switched to Glipizide. Two small pills twice a day and no adverse reactions. Works well with a reasonable diet including occasional Mini-Wheats. Check with your M.D.

tuttigym
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Tried Glipizide when the good doctor "had an idea".
The side effects were much worse for me.
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Sorry to hear that. I guess I have been very fortunate with my meds and circumstances.

Have a great Thanksgiving and make that piece of pie just a tad larger than normal.

tuttigym
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November 23rd, 2022 at 6:46:11 AM permalink
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Do people who don't drink milk eat cereal with water??? Gross!
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Cap'n Crunch with Mtn Dew was my preferred cold breakfast as a teenager.

I now have diabetes.

Worth. It.
link to original post


Are you going to pass that one on to your offspring?

tuttigym
link to original post



Not on purpose. Metformin sucks.
link to original post


Yeah, I was on that also then switched to Glipizide. Two small pills twice a day and no adverse reactions. Works well with a reasonable diet including occasional Mini-Wheats. Check with your M.D.

tuttigym
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Tried Glipizide when the good doctor "had an idea".
The side effects were much worse for me.
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Sorry to hear that. I guess I have been very fortunate with my meds and circumstances.

Have a great Thanksgiving and make that piece of pie just a tad larger than normal.

tuttigym
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My schedule has me travelling, so no big dinner.
I do appreciate the kind wishes.
May the cards fall in your favor.
mcallister3200
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November 23rd, 2022 at 9:27:56 AM permalink
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Do people who don't drink milk eat cereal with water??? Gross!
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They probably donít eat cereal, one of the more unnecessary foods thatís a staple for many for whatever reason. Also almond or soy milk, Iím assuming bob was referring to dairy with the digestion issue.
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November 23rd, 2022 at 9:33:32 AM permalink
The Strange Voyage of the SS Warrimoo.

In December 1899, the SS Warrimoo was on a voyage from Canada to Australia when its Captain, John Phillips, realized he and his ship could do something that had never been done and would be impossible to recreate for decades to come. Changing directions, he had the crew take the boat to a particular spot and wait. Some sailors were directed to ensure they were at one point and others checked out the other, but the two groups didn't know what the other was checking.

After a short wait, the Captain announced their historic achievement.
The boat was precisely at the intersection of the equator and the international dateline.
For the moment, the boat had existed in two different days, two different months, two different years, two different seasons, and two different centuries simultaneously.

Naysayers point out that technology at the time couldn't pinpoint the point precisely, and others that the new century wouldn't be for a year, but many ships try to cross the equator at that spot. A shellback is a sailor who has crossed the equator. A golden shellback crossed at the intersection of the two.
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November 23rd, 2022 at 10:49:52 AM permalink
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Do people who don't drink milk eat cereal with water??? Gross!
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Cap'n Crunch with Mtn Dew was my preferred cold breakfast as a teenager.

I now have diabetes.

Worth. It.
link to original post


Are you going to pass that one on to your offspring?

tuttigym
link to original post



Not on purpose. Metformin sucks.
link to original post


Yeah, I was on that also then switched to Glipizide. Two small pills twice a day and no adverse reactions. Works well with a reasonable diet including occasional Mini-Wheats. Check with your M.D.

tuttigym
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Are you referring to Glimipiride? I take both that and metformin (despite a 36" waist) for diabetes-2, which I do have under control. I agree that glimipiride seems to have no adverse side-effects.
So many better men, a few of them friends, are dead. And a thousand thousand slimy things live on, and so do I.
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November 23rd, 2022 at 6:12:30 PM permalink
I am reminded it is the evening of roast meat and round cakes.

Howly Wolfenoot!
May the cards fall in your favor.
billryan
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November 23rd, 2022 at 6:43:15 PM permalink
It's forty-three years since I spent Thanksgiving Eve with John and Yoko. I'll never forget the look of sheer joy he had as he played on the floor with Sean as we grownups sat around and talked. I wish I'd excused myself and joined them.
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November 24th, 2022 at 12:40:18 AM permalink
RT: Don't forget to turn your bathroom scales back 15 pounds tonight at 1AM for Thanksgiving.

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