I'm Back, at last!

pancakeman

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I'm Back, at last!

After punching through a plate glass window and spending a night in the hospital (typing with bandages on arm), then having to re-install Windhoes (got the blue screen of death), I am finally back to the OTF. Any questions of my odyssey may be posted here, I will gladly answer. I'm just glad to be back!





dond, leave me alone. I can barely type.
 

pancakeman

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I was trying to keep the dog in heat outside, and the golden retriever wqas pushing open the door. I kept closing it, but it has problems latching. That day, it didn't feel like working, and he kept getting out. Finally, I lost my temper (happens a lot) and punched the stupid thing. I missed the metal part, and hit the glass. 21 stitches, and 3 deep cuts later, I was back at home with some codine in me. Only 21 because he thought one of the cuts, about 2 inches long but not very deep, would heal itself. The others are located thus: (On left arm)
One about 1 1/2 inches long and a half inch deep just to the right of those arteries in your wrist.
A hole a half inch across and a quarter inch deep on the other side of the wrist.
Abovementioned cut just above the elbow, but very shallow.
A small cut on my shoulder.
Finally, my little finger has some small slices in it, and the skin has peeled off or something on the very tip. The doc used a weird term for it, but it just got sliced off or something. So that hurts like all get out.


Did you bring beer and/or boobies back with you?
Check the pirate thread.
 

pancakeman

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I love it when the person in front of you won't get off their phone and drive, evern though your are bleeding all over the place. Better yet, the woman manning the ER desk looks at you, with total apathy, and says "What's his date of birth?" like she has somewhere better to be. If it weren't for a nurse passing by and saying "You need to come with me", I would be passed out on the ER floor.
 

Amra

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pancakeman said:
I love it when the person in front of you won't get off their phone and drive, evern though your are bleeding all over the place.
Bad cell phone using drivers aside, I am guessing you didn't have a sign on your vehicle saying "occupant bleeding to death, plz get out of the way". :wink2:

Why didn't you call an ambulance? :scratch:
 

superdave

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pancakeman said:
I love it when the person in front of you won't get off their phone and drive, evern though your are bleeding all over the place. Better yet, the woman manning the ER desk looks at you, with total apathy, and says "What's his date of birth?" like she has somewhere better to be. If it weren't for a nurse passing by and saying "You need to come with me", I would be passed out on the ER floor.
that's exactly what you are supposed to do if you want to be moved to the front of the line...i have brought my kids in pumping blood like a stuck pig and the nurse on duty wants to take all your info and sit in the waiting room for an hour before seeing a doctor...i told my girl once that as soon as we walked in the door, i wanted her to fall over and pretend she was dead...it worked...i was OMG SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP...she was stitched up and we were on our way in 20 minutes.
 

superdave

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masterazn said:
superdave is such a drama queen.

Also, "OMG SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP" is usually a woman's role in a movie.
sometimes you have to be a queen...you will know what i mean if you ever have kids.
 

pancakeman

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Well, my mom was throwing a fit. Put me in a wheelchair, I still do not know why.

Best part of entire thing was that I was sitting there getting stitched up, and was watching Whose Line is It Anyway?. Thanks to the miracles of modern medical science, I was able to laugh as I got sewn up.
 

masterazn

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pancakeman said:
Well, my mom was throwing a fit. Put me in a wheelchair, I still do not know why.

Best part of entire thing was that I was sitting there getting stitched up, and was watching Whose Line is It Anyway?. Thanks to the miracles of modern medical science, I was able to laugh as I got sewn up.
I went to get my foot stiched up once and they gave me morphine and I shut up for the rest of the night. It was awesome.
 

ragnar_ii

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When my dad had surgery, they gave him morphine for the pain. But all it did was make him feel extremely sick and in just as much pain as before. He told them to stop giving it to him, and by the next day he was walking around the hospital. The day after that he went back home.
 
When bleeding all over the place and they don't want to hurry in admitting you should just say screw it and go into the ER and demand a doc fix this before you bleed to death on the floor.

It's easier to beg for forgiveness than ask for permission.
 

Dondrei

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Ow.

pancakeman said:
dond, leave me alone. I can barely type.
I don't see any typos.

pancakeman said:
Best part of entire thing was that I was sitting there getting stitched up, and was watching Whose Line is It Anyway?. Thanks to the miracles of modern medical science, I was able to laugh as I got sewn up.
You mean they put you on morphine?

Aw damn, beaten to it. Well to be honest that show was erratically funny.
 
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