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    After 7 mo of physical therapy insurence finally agreed to a Dr. reffered MRi, which was yesterday. My Dr just called me. You know it's good news when a Dr doesn't wait till the last minute.

    Good news is I don't have sciatica. Average news:I have another herniated disk. Depending on your definition of surgery, I've had eight. It aint nuthin but a thing.Hospitals can be nice what with the free drugs and warm blankets whenever you ask. Also not having to cook is great.

    But the last time I had hernia surgery the disc " disintigrated" and I got three strains of sepsis...on the transplant ward! The many many stories/and personal experience of incompitent six-mo " nurses" makes me wary anymore.( feel I shouldn't have to specify but to keep people off my stupid useless back-That applies to " incompitent six-mo nurses" if you are a good nurse I'm not talking about you.) and the last time I was in the hospital was...holy shit, nine yrs ago. By now insurence is so stingy that I bet the second you open your eyes they hand you a cup of coffee and kick you out the door.
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    For those of you who don't know. I am a PhD student in synthetic organic chemistry, so I get to play with lots of fun chemicals. Today I have been working with what's known as an "interhalogen". Most people know of the halogens: chlorine, bromine, etc. and their diatomic forumlas of Cl2, Br2 etc. However, few think of mixing and matching these compounds.

    In this particular case I am using iodine monochloride, ICl. It's really interesting looking, and has two different forms, one is a solid at room temperature, the other is liquid (which is a puddle at the bottom of the jar). Here's a solid crystal from the jar in the process of converting to the other form and subsequently "melting". Just like the other halogens though, it's incredibly poisonous, and causes severe burns if touched or inhaled.

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    I almost forgot how much of a total slut I am for Fire Emblem.
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    Haha this girl always with her hair. BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I SHAKE MY HAIR AND STROKE IT?

    Yeah.

    *scoots away out of the scene while you try to shake off your bewilderment*
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    It's sad that there's nobody to tell when I feel like a fun lyric is in my head:

    "Yo, drop that shit. *alarm goes off* Waffle Waffle House *chicken bwoks* house.."
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    I think I'm ready to get rid of the 4 enneagram typing, but what in the world could I be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    Maybe I'm a 3.
    I could see it, especially after reading about your high school gpa concerns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SearchingforPeace View Post
    I absolutely hated eggs as a child. It was a repulsion.

    Then, around 16, I started liking eggs.....
    Did your family eat them with ketchup? I feel like screaming right now, thinking about watching my mom with that ketchup and those eggs. The Indiana Jones scene with eyeball soup and snakes at dinner bothers me less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    Maybe I'm a 3.
    Give your self more credit than that you at least a 7 on the desirability scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Admiral Crunch View Post
    Did your family eat them with ketchup? I feel like screaming right now, thinking about watching my mom with that ketchup and those eggs. The Indiana Jones scene with eyeball soup and snakes at dinner bothers me less.
    no. They didn't. There was just something about the idea of an egg that bothered me. I outgrew it...
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    The fox knows many things--the hedgehog one big one.
    And I am not a hedgehog......

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    Jesus said "Blessed are the peacemakers" not "blessed are the conflict avoiders.....

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