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(Mirror.co.uk)   Man has four kidneys, three pancreases, huge medical bills and a partridge in a pear tree   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 72
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2013-03-22 09:46:42 PM  
He will have never seen a single medical bill in his life subby, he lives in Wales.

Silly America.


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2013-03-22 09:53:12 PM  
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2013-03-22 09:53:20 PM  

Pointy Tail of Satan: Brain transplants are somewhat feasible. Just look at Rick Santorum.


He has a brain?
 
2013-03-22 09:55:10 PM  
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2013-03-22 10:54:31 PM  

CptnSpldng:


Came for the Dewey Crowe, leaving satisfied.

/drank 2 pitchers at bowling tonight, my kidneys are working just fine.
 
2013-03-22 11:03:34 PM  

Pick: Ibuprofen is a known "kidney killer". A kidney specialist I know, says it's responsible for most of his business.


Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is the liver killer. A helluva lot more dangerous and deadlier.

/At least according to my brother the pharmacist.
 
2013-03-22 11:16:16 PM  

Yogimus: FizixJunkee: Since it's impossible to get narcotics for legitimate pain, and ibuprofen and acetaminophen can be dangerous in large doses, what are people supposed to do for pain?

This statement is false (not calling YOU a liar, don't take this as a personal attack) and you need to get a better doctor.  Long term chronic pain can be treated very well so long as you are willing to accept the risk of dependency.


The DEA keeps stomping on any doctors who actually will try to deal with chronic pain.
 
2013-03-22 11:24:00 PM  
Dewey farking Crowe!
 
2013-03-22 11:24:25 PM  
Type 1 diabetes cured? There's a whole whack of folks who'd like to have a word with him.
 
2013-03-22 11:26:42 PM  

felixthecat: Zeb Hesselgresser:
I take (1) 200 mg Motrin (Ibuprofin) every morning around 3 AM, just to make my 5 AM runs less achy, so not really necessary. You would drop that routine?

Yeah, stop NOW!!  As I type this I am doing one of my 6 times a week dialysis treatments. I'm here thanks to a daily regiment of Aleve to ease the aches and pains of training in Muay Thai and ju-jitsu 20 years ago. Been on home dialysis now for 5 years.


You were doing Muay Thai and BJJ 20 years ago? That is amazing since almost no one outside of Brazil and Thailand knew what those were 20 years ago.
 
2013-03-22 11:35:01 PM  

machoprogrammer: felixthecat: Zeb Hesselgresser:
I take (1) 200 mg Motrin (Ibuprofin) every morning around 3 AM, just to make my 5 AM runs less achy, so not really necessary. You would drop that routine?

Yeah, stop NOW!!  As I type this I am doing one of my 6 times a week dialysis treatments. I'm here thanks to a daily regiment of Aleve to ease the aches and pains of training in Muay Thai and ju-jitsu 20 years ago. Been on home dialysis now for 5 years.

You were doing Muay Thai and BJJ 20 years ago? That is amazing since almost no one outside of Brazil and Thailand knew what those were 20 years ago.


There is a Muy Thai gym in my old neighborhood (North Hollywood, CA) that's been there at least 25 years.
 
2013-03-23 12:05:37 AM  

FirstNationalBastard: [trekcore.com image 694x530]


Came for this.

Leaving satisfied.

/Q'pla!
 
2013-03-23 12:06:58 AM  

felixthecat: Zeb Hesselgresser:
I take (1) 200 mg Motrin (Ibuprofin) every morning around 3 AM, just to make my 5 AM runs less achy, so not really necessary. You would drop that routine?

Yeah, stop NOW!!  As I type this I am doing one of my 6 times a week dialysis treatments. I'm here thanks to a daily regiment of Aleve to ease the aches and pains of training in Muay Thai and ju-jitsu 20 years ago. Been on home dialysis now for 5 years.


Are you on nxstage?
 
2013-03-23 12:08:17 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: [24.media.tumblr.com image 500x375]


YES!!! Thank you.

"And such plentiful organs!"

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2013-03-23 12:39:25 AM  

dobro: Treygreen13: "Pancreases" is a funny word.

I think the correct word is "pancreaii". (I could be wrong.)


We really should show more gratitude.  I don't leave home without my pancreas.  My pancreas is always there for me, secreting those enzymes, secreting those hormones too, metabolizing carbohydrates, just for me.
 
2013-03-23 02:14:36 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: [24.media.tumblr.com image 500x375]


The thing that's always bugged me about that episode is what happened to the kid with the exploding hall pass? I want to see how that plays out.
 
2013-03-23 03:13:07 AM  

CptnSpldng:


Came for Dewey Crowe reference. Leaving satisfied and laughing.
 
2013-03-23 03:15:28 AM  

Weatherkiss: Brains are theoretically able to be transplanted, medically speaking. However, due to the severing of the brain stem to the spinal cord, the patient would be permanently crippled and in a state similar to Christopher Reeve. No doctor would be willing to do that. However, unscrupulous scientists have tested it on monkeys


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Dr. Grüber, report to OR.
Dr. Grüber, schnell to ze OR!
 
2013-03-23 03:28:36 AM  

Weatherkiss: Brains are theoretically able to be transplanted, medically speaking. However, due to the severing of the brain stem to the spinal cord, the patient would be permanently crippled and in a state similar to Christopher Reeve. No doctor would be willing to do that. However, unscrupulous scientists have tested it on monkeys with success


Just to make sure, the next round of tests should have unscrupulous monkeys testing it on scientists.
 
2013-03-23 07:44:30 AM  

machoprogrammer: felixthecat: Zeb Hesselgresser:
I take (1) 200 mg Motrin (Ibuprofin) every morning around 3 AM, just to make my 5 AM runs less achy, so not really necessary. You would drop that routine?

Yeah, stop NOW!!  As I type this I am doing one of my 6 times a week dialysis treatments. I'm here thanks to a daily regiment of Aleve to ease the aches and pains of training in Muay Thai and ju-jitsu 20 years ago. Been on home dialysis now for 5 years.

You were doing Muay Thai and BJJ 20 years ago? That is amazing since almost no one outside of Brazil and Thailand knew what those were 20 years ago.


I guess I'm from the future then.
 
2013-03-23 07:45:54 AM  

penfold314: felixthecat: Zeb Hesselgresser:
I take (1) 200 mg Motrin (Ibuprofin) every morning around 3 AM, just to make my 5 AM runs less achy, so not really necessary. You would drop that routine?

Yeah, stop NOW!!  As I type this I am doing one of my 6 times a week dialysis treatments. I'm here thanks to a daily regiment of Aleve to ease the aches and pains of training in Muay Thai and ju-jitsu 20 years ago. Been on home dialysis now for 5 years.

Are you on nxstage?


Yep. 6 treaatments a week, each about 3.5 hours long. WAY better than the big in-center machines.
 
2013-03-23 04:41:19 PM  
Was it this guy?
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// can't believe I'm the first...
 
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