rhyang wrote:This was me three years ago -
This is me today -
I'm almost 44 years old and can legally park in disabled zones. What exactly is your excuse again ??
Chewbacca wrote:John Duffield wrote:There was the time in the Army I'd handled one too many bodies and started sleeping in a body bag. Thought early death was inevitable
There was the time when surfing I'd handled one too may waves and started sleeping in a board bag. Thought the rest was incredible.
I wonder how a body bag is in comparison?
John Duffield wrote:I think I get this.
There was the time in the Army I'd handled one too many bodies and started sleeping in a body bag. Thought early death was inevitable Is this what this thread is about?
peladoboton wrote:I think anyone who has trained aggressively has at one time or another had to be horribly honest with one's self. It is painful, but great motivation and results come of such honesty.
Here's some of my feelings on this, one of those occasions. I would very much like to hear about some of yours.
The first clue that I had today that happy valley is out to take people down came from a 47-year-old, obviously living with her eyes wide open since her heart attack ten days ago, and hardly able to take in everything that her new perception delivered.
“Obese? I thought I was just a little fat, but them papers say I’m obese”
I refilled her anti-platelet, admired the outside hospital for having her on something to slow the heart, something to drop the cholesterol, and two meds to thin her blood….ah, what the Las Vegas casinos have taught us about acute coronary syndrome (and you better believe that the “do everything possible so we don’t get sued when some guy’s heart stops by the slots” is the source of our present standard of care).
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