Just woke up again. This sort of thing kinda kicks the crap out ya. Had a few tortilla chips with healthy sausa and three chicken taquitos, again with healthy sausa for lunch. I even thought about trying some of the other stuff on the plate this time. I understand that even some of that green stuff is edible.
It is gonna take some time getting back to some sort of normal, but I already feel better then I did weeks after my first heart attack.
If you come back here as a Baptist we got problems..........
I've had pretty strong exposure to Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic denominations over my life. Nothing wrong with basic Baptist thinking. But no, I won't be joining any denomination. RoBoism suites me very well.
Robo is fortunate we don't yet have a "NICE" board here in the US. They could easily say that stents are too expensive.
It was pretty funny that while the doc doing the proceedure was calling out for particular sized stents, he evidentely also wanted ones by the same manufacturer. When the size he wanted wasn't available from the manufacturer of the previous stent that was implanted, I heard the doc say; "oh well, guess we're going to have to do a little mix and match." Can you imagine how much I wanted to yell out; "as long as they are ARI rated!"?
One artery had to be stented from end to end. The doc called that one a full metal jacket.
It's so strange. I was giving Robo a light-hearted hard time on Wednesday and only learned yesterday of his malaise. My prayers and hopes are out there for you, bud. You better get well soon and forget about trying to give Comfortech a bad name by getting sick while you were here!!!!
I don't see any way that Comfortech could get any sort of bad name, but think how many more people might come to Baltimore to see if I stroke out.