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Do you have Wolram?

  1. Nov 3, 2005 #1
    Who has him? And are you going to give him back?


    On a side note, he had mentioned haveing some pains. Now I'm a bit worried.:frown:
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    Wait, he was here today! Wolly I hope your feeling better!
     
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    I don't have him. Wouldn't know what to do with him if I did. He's too old to play catch with and too small to have stuffed for display.
     
  4. Nov 3, 2005 #3
    Well a head mount would be nice over a roaring fire place.
     
  5. Nov 3, 2005 #4

    Danger

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    Aye, that it would. And it would be a cheap mount, because those glassy eyes of his wouldn't need to be replaced. :biggrin:
     
  6. Nov 3, 2005 #5

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    Yeah, I miss my woolyram :frown:
     
  7. Nov 3, 2005 #6

    Danger

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    Hypatia and I can send you your favourite bits when we have him stuffed. :devil:
     
  8. Nov 3, 2005 #7
    Well not the pickleing bits, Christmas is just around the corner you know.


    Nods to Evo, he is missed.
     
  9. Nov 4, 2005 #8

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    Nice to be missed :biggrin: I have some issues with my insides that refuse to go
    away, my local GPs have done their chanting and potion brewing to no effect,
    so now i wait to find out if i have some bits i can do without :yuck: but i do not
    want to go :cry:
     
  10. Nov 4, 2005 #9

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    No Wolram, you can't be sick. :cry: Even if they remove some bits, you will never be diminished in our hearts. :smile:

    And don't you dare get anything removed without telling us first. Kia will need to keep us posted if you go UNDER THE KNIFE. :cry: :cry: :cry:

    PS - don't let them remove your liver, I hear it's not optional.
     
  11. Nov 4, 2005 #10
    Good luck Wolram. Hope everything... comes out alright in the end. I wish you swift recovery and return to PF.
     
  12. Nov 4, 2005 #11

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    :rofl: I love you all, even the hairy one, but i am not sure what is going to
    happen yet, it could still be a storm in a tea cup, but if i do have anything
    cut out i will post a picture just in case it was a vital bit.:rofl:
     
  13. Nov 4, 2005 #12

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    I didn't. Not much anyway.
    Quite so. Too many persons ignore their insides; instead, one should treat them with care and affection (the insides, that is, not other people).
    I could have told you so.
    No comment.
     
  14. Nov 4, 2005 #13

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    Poor Woolie. I am sorry to hear you've been ailing. :frown:

    Here, I made you some tea and little sandwiches:

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    Feel better, ok? :smile:
     
  15. Nov 4, 2005 #14

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    What a nice thought, MIH!
    Cucumbers are yummy good; I'm sure wooly appreciates it. :smile:
     
  16. Nov 4, 2005 #15

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    Aww, thanks MIH, i hate ailing and cucumber sarnies are a great pickmeup :biggrin:

    Arildno, you is just playing the hard man (:surprised ) but i know you are a big softie :tongue2:
     
  17. Nov 4, 2005 #16

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    As the limerick goes:

    There once was a man with a hernia
    Who said to his doctor, "Goldurn ya!
    While fixin' my middle
    Be sure you don't fiddle
    With matters that do not concern ya!"
     
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  18. Nov 4, 2005 #17

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    From what you've been describing, and now surgery, is it a pesky gall bladder? If so, they can usually do that laparscopically...the worst of it is that they puff you up with air, and it's a bit painful until all the air escapes back out...like having bad gas. I've had two friends who needed gall bladders removed, though they had worse pain than you're describing before they sought a doctor, so they didn't have the option to wait on the surgery by then.
     
  19. Nov 5, 2005 #18

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    :eek: Puffed up with air, doing me laparscopically :eek: where does all the gall
    go after the bladder is took out? i am off to find out what laparscopic means.:confused:
     
  20. Nov 5, 2005 #19

    Danger

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    The CIA collects it and injects it into Bush. (Face it, the amount that he has couldn't possibly be naturally produced.)
    Laproscopic surgery involves the insertion of a fibre-optic/mechanical tube with manipulators on the end. It can be inserted through a minor incision and steered into operating position remotely.
     
  21. Nov 5, 2005 #20
    No wonder Bush has so much gall!
    Laproscopic surgery, is nearly a modern era miracle. Less blood loss, less chance of infection, a lot less scaring and a much shorter stay at the hospital.
     
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