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Friday, February 12, 2021

At the Hospital

 Greetings me Droogs n Droogettes

Really short here. Went to the Emergency room this a.m.   apparently me bladder of gall has shytte ye olde fartsack, so a good possibility I'm headed under the knife.

The thing that freaks me out is that the ex father in law had the same thing a month ago and that's what killed him..

Hopefully I get through it.  Either way it is what it is.  More later I Remain The Intrepid Reporter 

Big Country










42 comments:

  1. I am sorry to hear that, please take care

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  2. Hang in there and get well quick! Prayers heading you way.

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  3. Don't sweat it ! You'll feel better afterward. Except for the power-shits after meals for a while. Just don't trust a fart for the next 5-10 years....
    You'll be fine.

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  4. The can do it laproscopically now. a few small holes, air you up, and glue it shut. Good luck Mac, I'll be praying for you.

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  5. Hang in there BGE. I had one done back in 98 and sailed right through it. A friend who is a vet here in B'ton just had it done at Pines and it was not as easy as mine, is now doing fine. But he had other health problems also. We both pray a Lot. Please God see me thru this and protect me from all the hospital infections!
    Will pray you sail thru it fine.

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  6. Drat this google nonsense

    Thoughts and prayers, post when you are able

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  7. Thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery!

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  8. Prayin' for ye big guy. Get well soon!

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  9. Prayin' for ye big guy. Get well soon!

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  10. Had mine removed some time back. Took 4 hours via laparoscopy and it was because the thing had gone septic. was threatening my liver. Farts are epic is you have Greek yogurt. Once it get accustomed to it things get better, but the colon can fire with gas so spotted shorts will happen.

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  11. Get better dude. Been there, done that. Now you'll have to watch out for high fat foods or risk shitting your pants.

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  12. Prayers. I hope you recover quickly. Stay faithful, BCE.

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  13. This too, shall pass, BC. Good luck and hang in there...and do what the Docs tell you to do!

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  14. Best to get the old bile bag taken out now. In the future a lot of us on this side of the fence may find those in charge deciding to deny care to us as punishment for not drinking their kool aid. We should ALL be getting in shape, getting needed dental work done, stocking up on necessary meds. The healthcare system will soon be forced by those in power to stop providing for the tax slaves. Got to save those resources for the parasites that help provide the left their political clout.

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    1. Yep. Count on this unless a seemingly impossible (at this point) turn-around happens.

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  15. You've got this, big man. Easy peasy routine. Hope you weren't fond of fatty chow...

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  16. Here's wishing you well and a speedy recovery! I'm gonna go all out and drink a toast to you Mr BGE with some Crown Royal peach. May take awhile cause it's hard to stop at one. Prayers Baby!

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  17. Another Droog praying for you and an easy recovery. I don't believe in luck, so, good fortune to you.

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  18. As we age we find ourselves fighting delaying actions. Best of luck to ya, mate. -- cb

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  19. I had mine out in 2009 after suffering with gallstone symptoms for 6 years. Naval Hospital Okinawa. Doc reported afterwards I had "hundreds of stones" and my gallbladder was so big they had to expand the initial hole they made in my belly button so it would fit through the hole.

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  20. I've done 2000 of them. You should be fine; if not, hop over to the Sip

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  21. Good luck. Recover. Follow instructions, yada yada. You know the drill. Enjoy being pampered by your lady.

    Wife had hers done, but it took a week of fighting the massive infection she had raging before they could do it. She survived, and is as good as new or better.

    Just be careful with hot sauces and foreign MREs in the future. Though eating fatty food may be a problem, the remains of hot sauces and peppers will be a problem.

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    1. That's odd. I still eat hot peppers and hot sauces, but they don't bother me. But high fat foods and real ice cream...let's just say that I may be the first person in history to drive home one day while plancking trying like hell to make it to the toilet.

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    2. Wife used to eat jalapeno slices like they were potato chips. After the gall bladder gone? Now she experiences what I experience...

      But results may vary.

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  22. Praying for you!

    Had this same surgery several years ago, was out splitting fire wood ( very carefully!) a week and a half later.

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  23. Remember you cantakerous ol' fuckstick, you are rejecting your gall bladder, it's not rejecting you. Get better

    Florida brother riffman

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  24. Hang in there and good luck. You don't want to miss the spicy time

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  25. Get well.

    -rightwingterrorist

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  26. Hopefully it’ll cool down and stay in....

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  27. Good luck.

    Exile1981

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  28. Good thoughts to you, getting cut open ain't enjoyable.

    If you have time, here's a story for you.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/02/biden-white-house-plan-keep-occupying-troops-dc-end-year/

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  29. Big,
    Here is something to brighten your day!

    Slo-mo eval of January 6th 2021 'murder' of CrisisActor 'ashli babbitt':
    Title -- Everything Wrong With The Capitol Shooting
    https://youtu.be/yBhzqV_C9-Y

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  30. Best wishes.
    Old days was gut you like a fish.
    Nowadays it's laparoscopic: one small slit in the middle for a tiny camera, two more at the sides for the instruments, and home the next day, barring complications.
    And you've only got one of them to hep you eat your food, so it isn't going to grow back or ever screw you again, and you can live without it just fine.

    Looking forward to your speedy recovery. The sooner you're home, the better.

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  31. Prayin' for you bro!

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  32. Adding my prayers for a swift recovery. I had mine done a few years ago and it was more challenging than normal since they had to pry it lose from the liver that was wrapped around it, but I recovered just fine, albeit with a bigger scar than expected. I'm sure you will do just fine.

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  33. Hope all is well, brother, and that you come out of this strong as ever. I hate visiting the germ exchange, as I refer to places that sick people go to, but I'll send my luck there to hang with you if you need her for a lil bit; she don't worry about cooties.

    Just so you know, reading your blog has been a great experience; I really hope it doesn't end any time soon. Like hearing posts from yer crazy Rakkasan ass, though I know you don't know me from shit, I hope maybe one day I can repay you in a substantial way that means more than a few buxx kicked via UnPatri-Moron or whatnot. Unfortunately right now I'm gonna be tapped out soon picking up some property: God willing, Tar's Last Resort is going to be a real thing soon. Time to take the bull by the horns, make or break. Gonna be a pain in the ass and expensive, but it'll be good for me.

    Will invite you for a spell this summer if you feel like camping out in some gorgeous forested mountain property in WesVirginity - gonna have to set up a gravel driveway and parking space and get the basic utilities and amenities set up first, but shouldn't take long to build the base stuff. Figure easier to sell the trip to Wifey and the Spawn if y'all will have access to a real bathroom and shower and internet / power on property.

    Might be good for you to be able to chill some in recovery; I'm planning on being up there at least a couple of weeks in the summer. Not sure how long it'll be until we're at the guest-cabin phase but we'll definitely have nice campsites and a basic shooting range area set up PDQ so we can do some plinking at minimum. Bust out the big telescope on the hilltop, fire up the lil genny and laptop under the canopy and do some astrophotography in the pristine dark sky site, send you home with pictures of planets and galaxies and shit. Good trout fishing and plenty of hunting out there too!

    Seriously man, don't die. Lots of good times to look forward to, even in this dark shitstorm clownworld of bullshit we're dealing with. Much love brother.

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  34. Hope you get back to your usual routine soon !

    Steve the Engineeer

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