Monthly Archives: September 2010

Dumb, or Obstinate?

Quickie one for anyone who hasn’t heard the latest: My left ass cheek has a new hole. Actually, it’s more my hip, low. And it’s a small hole. And it doesn’t hurt. But if you can tear your inner glutes, … Continue reading

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Hilarity to Ensue Shortly

So fortunately for some most likely innocent souls at the Brigham, scheduling called to set me up with the biopsy yesterday morning. Yeah, I mean, I think the point of contention was starting to be that while I didn’t fully … Continue reading

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It's Not Fax Machine Surgery, Y'Know

Honest to pete. We called to check how things were going on Friday with the whole scheduling the ass cheek biopsy process… Let’s put it this way, the phlebotomist couldn’t find the doctor’s code in the database. Probably not as … Continue reading

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Quickest Run Down. Evar.

All I can say is that it’s amazing how little pain killers do without the help of anti-inflammatories… I can only take Tylenol until they biopsy my ass cheek, and Tylenol sucks. It sucks with the narcotics that tag team … Continue reading

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The Projected Trajectory Says It Should — INCOMING!

Hey, sorry, folks, it’s just been one of those months. Everyone has them… when hiding under the bed would seem like it isn’t a bad idea, except that you know that if you did, under bed monsters would pop into … Continue reading

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I Like BIIIIIIG…

Butts… and I can not lie. This is going to be short, because what I know about me isn’t a whole lot more, and the other stuff which isn’t me directly is just all “awwwww” inspiring in a not terribly … Continue reading

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The Abdominable Snowman

Okay, maybe it’ll be an abdominal hurricaneman… Tomorrow I get to take the extreme happy fun time voyage to DFCI/Faulkner Hospital in Jamaica Plain (which is a pretty ride, but is really curvy, stop and go, and still fast… so … Continue reading

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