• Medical And More

    From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Barry Martin on Thu Jun 18 02:30:00 2020
    Barry,

    I was wondering the same thing. A lady friend of mine told me
    that whenever they stick something up her nose, she pees her
    pants.

    I can see that: there seems to be some fetal relationship between the
    ends of the gastro-intestinal tract. Maybe before it unwound thje two parts next to each other?

    Not sure. With incontinence (part of growing old), I'm surprised I
    didn't do both. :P

    More like he thought only one nostril was sufficient for the
    test.

    Probably after seeing what happened to your lady friend!! <g>

    He didn't know about that one.

    True. We have an essentially failure coverage on some of the house's large appliances: furnance, air conditioner, washer, etc., fails to function they'll be right out -- usually less than an hour after the
    call. Does have to be 'dead', not just 'not working right'.

    With one call, that insurance policy can pay for itself.

    Did the hunters learn to duck fast enough?!

    I would hope so.

    Daryl

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  • From Barry Martin@454:1/1 to Daryl Stout on Fri Jun 19 09:21:00 2020

    Hi Daryl!

    I was wondering the same thing. A lady friend of mine told me
    that whenever they stick something up her nose, she pees her
    pants.
    I can see that: there seems to be some fetal relationship between the
    ends of the gastro-intestinal tract. Maybe before it unwound the two parts next to each other?
    Not sure. With incontinence (part of growing old), I'm
    surprised I didn't do both. :P

    At least you have some control!


    More like he thought only one nostril was sufficient for the
    test.
    Probably after seeing what happened to your lady friend!! <g>
    He didn't know about that one.

    I know but sort of sounded good!


    True. We have an essentially failure coverage on some of the house's large appliances: furnance, air conditioner, washer, etc., fails to function they'll be right out -- usually less than an hour after the
    call. Does have to be 'dead', not just 'not working right'.
    With one call, that insurance policy can pay for itself.

    Pretty much! And what's nice if an emergency like if no heat or air conditioning they essentially come right out -- has been as little as
    fifteen minutes. I think the longest wait was just under an hour.



    Barry_Martin_3@
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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Barry Martin on Sun Jun 21 09:33:00 2020
    Barry,

    Had mine in May...hopefully, I won't need that one again.

    Hopefully not, though I've read some people suggesting it may been to
    be repeated in five years or so. At this point too early to know for sure; I have a note in my calendar to check then.

    The shots I don't mind...the COVID-19 swab is another matter. At least
    they didn't do it rectally, in public. :P

    But, with all the rioting, there's no indication of "social
    distancing".

    I'm waiting for these signs:
    "Occupancy Limit: No More Than 10 Looters"
    "All Looters Must Maintain a Distance of 6' and Wear Masks"

    You wish. :P

    I heard of one woman, who seemed to be having kids every 9
    months. Well, they figured out why. When they went to check on
    her the afternoon after she had delivered a new baby, her husband
    was having sex with her again.

    I can think of a few comments I dare not post!

    You could email them to me. <bseg>

    In real life there might be a few times (very few!) I'd participate in
    a Food Fight. Biggest deal is not getting the car (mine or whomever
    I'm with) gunked up. Wrap in or sit on a plastic bag would work.

    All I can think of is the show with Gallagher, when he'd smash up all
    sorts of foods. There was a plastic tarp over the first few rows of
    people, to keep them from getting hit by debris from "the smashomatic
    device". <G>

    Daryl

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  • From Barry Martin@454:1/1 to Daryl Stout on Tue Jun 23 08:35:00 2020

    Hi Daryl!


    Had mine in May...hopefully, I won't need that one again.
    Hopefully not, though I've read some people suggesting it may been to
    be repeated in five years or so. At this point too early to know for sure; I have a note in my calendar to check then.
    The shots I don't mind...the COVID-19 swab is another matter.
    At least they didn't do it rectally, in public. :P

    Slight advantages to that: only one orifice!



    I heard of one woman, who seemed to be having kids every 9
    months. Well, they figured out why. When they went to check on
    her the afternoon after she had delivered a new baby, her husband
    was having sex with her again.
    I can think of a few comments I dare not post!
    You could email them to me. <bseg>

    The others would feel left out!


    In real life there might be a few times (very few!) I'd participate in
    a Food Fight. Biggest deal is not getting the car (mine or whomever
    I'm with) gunked up. Wrap in or sit on a plastic bag would work.
    All I can think of is the show with Gallagher, when he'd smash
    up all sorts of foods. There was a plastic tarp over the first
    few rows of people, to keep them from getting hit by debris from
    "the smashomatic device". <G>

    That sort of 'intimate participation' could be fun for some people; I
    tend to be that stick-in-the-mud who thinks of the after portion: have
    to get home with gunk all over me and try to keep the car clean, or go
    out to dine at a restaurant following the show and look like I already
    ate and slobbered all over myself.



    Barry_Martin_3@
    @Q.COM



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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Barry Martin on Thu Jun 25 11:51:00 2020
    Barry,

    The shots I don't mind...the COVID-19 swab is another matter.
    At least they didn't do it rectally, in public. :P

    Slight advantages to that: only one orifice!

    True.

    I can think of a few comments I dare not post!
    You could email them to me. <bseg>

    The others would feel left out!

    They could ask you to email them as well. <G>

    That sort of 'intimate participation' could be fun for some people; I
    tend to be that stick-in-the-mud who thinks of the after portion: have
    to get home with gunk all over me and try to keep the car clean, or go
    out to dine at a restaurant following the show and look like I already
    ate and slobbered all over myself.

    Really. I think he had a heart attack several years ago, and I don't
    know if he's even still alive.

    Daryl

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  • From Barry Martin@454:1/1 to Daryl Stout on Fri Jun 26 15:53:00 2020

    Hi Daryl!

    I can think of a few comments I dare not post!
    You could email them to me. <bseg>
    The others would feel left out!
    They could ask you to email them as well. <G>

    Which reminds me: I need to change mu signature's address.


    Really. I think he had a heart attack several years ago, and I
    don't know if he's even still alive.

    My Mother has been lamenting over a tangent of that: loose track of
    people because they get cell phones. Unless have number porting the new
    cell number isn't able to be found all that easily.



    Barry_Martin_3@
    @Q.COM



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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Barry Martin on Sun Jun 28 01:28:00 2020
    Barry,

    They could ask you to email them as well. <G>

    Which reminds me: I need to change mu signature's address.

    Mu?? Cow-a-bunga?? <G> I upgraded MultiMail to version 0.52 --
    I see you're using a much older version.

    My Mother has been lamenting over a tangent of that: loose track of
    people because they get cell phones. Unless have number porting the
    new cell number isn't able to be found all that easily.

    I don't know how many phone numbers I've had over the years...but one
    of them was NOT BR-549. :P

    Daryl

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  • From Barry Martin@454:1/1 to Daryl Stout on Mon Jun 29 11:10:00 2020

    Hi Daryl!

    They could ask you to email them as well. <G>
    Which reminds me: I need to change mu signature's address.
    Mu?? Cow-a-bunga?? <G> I upgraded MultiMail to version 0.52 --
    I see you're using a much older version.

    Theoretically I changed it yesterday - I need to go back to review the
    replies to see what it looks like. Thinking can get rid of the 'human- readable' line -- no idea why put that in there just with the old Q.com address it seemed the additional '@' was easier to spot.


    My Mother has been lamenting over a tangent of that: loose track of
    people because they get cell phones. Unless have number porting the
    new cell number isn't able to be found all that easily.
    I don't know how many phone numbers I've had over the
    years...but one of them was NOT BR-549. :P

    <g> Earliest phone number I remember was four digits (2551) but also
    remmeber there was a 'TUxedo" attached so maybe TU-2551, so 88-2551.
    Later the city grew so was TU2-2551 and later the need for more
    exchanges so TU8-2551 (888-2551). There was (and I think still is) 882,
    884. 885 was for Sanders Associates (built mainframes and counter- intelligance equipment), 888, 889; probbaly a lot more now.



    BarryMartin3@
    @MyMetronet.NET

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  • From Daryl Stout@454:1/33 to Barry Martin on Wed Jul 1 19:35:00 2020
    Barry,

    Theoretically I changed it yesterday - I need to go back to review the replies to see what it looks like. Thinking can get rid of the 'human- readable' line -- no idea why put that in there just with the old Q.com address it seemed the additional '@' was easier to spot.

    I used the Q program as an internal editor for textfiles when doing a
    Shell To DOS on the BBS computer, via another computer. I haven't used
    it in years.

    I don't know how many phone numbers I've had over the
    years...but one of them was NOT BR-549. :P

    <g> Earliest phone number I remember was four digits (2551) but also
    remmeber there was a 'TUxedo" attached so maybe TU-2551, so 88-2551.
    Later the city grew so was TU2-2551 and later the need for more
    exchanges so TU8-2551 (888-2551). There was (and I think still is)
    882, 884. 885 was for Sanders Associates (built mainframes and counter- intelligance equipment), 888, 889; probbaly a lot more now.

    Arkansas was originally only 501 area code. Now, they're 479, 870, and
    501.

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    Here's my favorite...in the tagline. <G>

    Daryl

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