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    Just wanted to let you allknow my surgery was postphoned.To have a major surgery like that one has to see a hospital dentist.They found a minor infection in a wisdom toothe and I have to go to the hospital at 3pm thursday to have my last wisdom toothe extracted(which I should have done thirty five years ago).Anyway the protocal is to have that done at the hospital since I'm such a border line heart patient.So the main heart surgery will be reshceduled for monday or tuesday of next week.They do this, since it is such an invasive proceedure there can be no risk of infection anywhere.I will update you when the give me a new confirmed time.Thank you all for the support you guys have given me and to Squeak and Bookman that make sure I get to these appts. Jim

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    Our thoughts are with you Deros, and Know all will go well.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    sudden valley gunner wrote:
    Our thoughts are with you Deros, and Know all will go well.
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    I hate this crap. I have two bad second molars and they make it impossible to eat without pain. I worked myself like a dog in order to get that way. I found that 50% of the problem is related to stress. Don't do that.

    I'm going to schedule to get my teeth pulled soon. I know it's going to hurt like hell too. :shock:

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    Good Luck Deros and hope you have a speedy recovery!

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    Just wanted to let you allknow my surgery was postphoned.To have a major surgery like that one has to see a hospital dentist.They found a minor infection in a wisdom toothe and I have to go to the hospital at 3pm thursday to have my last wisdom toothe extracted(which I should have done thirty five years ago).Anyway the protocal is to have that done at the hospital since I'm such a border line heart patient.So the main heart surgery will be reshceduled for monday or tuesday of next week.They do this, since it is such an invasive proceedure there can be no risk of infection anywhere.I will update you when the give me a new confirmed time.Thank you all for the support you guys have given me and to Squeak and Bookman that make sure I get to these appts. Jim
    Wisdom tooth? Lessee here.

    "Wisdom." Kind of in short supply in these parts.

    "Tooth." Seems to me SAF and NRA just sunka setof those in Greg Nickels' ass, with your kind support IIRC, but I may be mistaken.

    I think the hospital just wants to steal one of your teeth. They're so pretty.



    I will think good thoughts about you around the campfire.







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    Thanks so much you guys.I'll tell you ,your support really helps me deal with all this...

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    I think we ought to stage a DEROS barbecue in the recovery room.

    I will once again do the cooking.



    The smell of burned dogs and burgers will wake Jim up quickly and speed his recovery.

    There will be NO dripping of mustard or relish on his sheets and gown.

    PARTY !!!!!!!!

    :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate



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    Dave Workman wrote:
    I think we ought to stage a DEROS barbecue in the recovery room. I will once again do the cooking.
    Can we cook a Bacon Explosion ?
    http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/



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    Works for me guys.The safeway store manager is already set to smuggle me in some chocolate cake from the bakery...

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    Oh, yeah, just the thing for a guy who wakes up from heart surgery!~

    Maybe you want to throw in a 6-pack of cold Bud to help him wash it down, huh?

    And an after-dinner cigar....



    And french fries. Don't forget the french fries....











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    Dave Workman wrote:
    Oh, yeah, just the thing for a guy who wakes up from heart surgery!~

    Maybe you want to throw in a 6-pack of cold Bud to help him wash it down, huh?

    And an after-dinner cigar....

    And french fries. Don't forget the french fries....
    Nobody said he was going to eat it, it just needs to wake him up.....

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    Dave Workman wrote:
    Oh, yeah, just the thing for a guy who wakes up from heart surgery!~

    Maybe you want to throw in a 6-pack of cold Bud to help him wash it down, huh?

    And an after-dinner cigar....

    And french fries. Don't forget the french fries....
    Nobody said he was going to eat it, it just needs to wake him up.....
    Oh, you're a real pal.

    DEROS wakes up, we're all standing around smoking cigars, drinking HIS Budweiser and enjoying that grotesque bacon explosion ("coronary on a plate").

    And did somebody mention chocolate cake?

    We better make damn sure they don't let him have that pistol....



    Hey..who's making the arrangements for a live band? Can't have a party without music.

    Especially a party in a hospital recovery ward.



    It's gonna be a bitch getting the fire department to give us a variance for the barbecue. Anybody got a propane torch?





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    Dave Workman wrote:
    M1Gunr wrote:
    Dave Workman wrote:
    Oh, yeah, just the thing for a guy who wakes up from heart surgery!~

    Maybe you want to throw in a 6-pack of cold Bud to help him wash it down, huh?

    And an after-dinner cigar....

    And french fries. Don't forget the french fries....
    Nobody said he was going to eat it, it just needs to wake him up.....
    Oh, you're a real pal.

    DEROS wakes up, we're all standing around smoking cigars, drinking HIS Budweiser and enjoying that grotesque bacon explosion ("coronary on a plate").

    And did somebody mention chocolate cake?

    We better make damn sure they don't let him have that pistol....



    Hey..who's making the arrangements for a live band? Can't have a party without music.

    Especially a party in a hospital recovery ward.



    It's gonna be a bitch getting the fire department to give us a variance for the barbecue. Anybody got a propane torch?



    I'll paint my barbecue white, with a big red cross on it. Then it's "medical equipment".
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    There's plenty of Oxygen avail, just have to attach it to the burner without the regulator....

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    Great idea Bill, Oxygen fire !That will light things up pretty good.

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    Just wanted to let you allknow my surgery was postphoned.To have a major surgery like that one has to see a hospital dentist.They found a minor infection in a wisdom toothe and I have to go to the hospital at 3pm thursday to have my last wisdom toothe extracted(which I should have done thirty five years ago).Anyway the protocal is to have that done at the hospital since I'm such a border line heart patient.So the main heart surgery will be reshceduled for monday or tuesday of next week.They do this, since it is such an invasive proceedure there can be no risk of infection anywhere.I will update you when the give me a new confirmed time.Thank you all for the support you guys have given me and to Squeak and Bookman that make sure I get to these appts. Jim
    :what:

    Man that's just adding insult to injury.
    It is very wise to not take a watermelon lightly.

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    M1Gunr wrote:
    Dave Workman wrote:
    I think we ought to stage a DEROS barbecue in the recovery room. I will once again do the cooking.
    Can we cook a Bacon Explosion ?
    http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/

    :what:GOOD GOD MAN! :what:


    I think my arteries clogged just reading that.
    It is very wise to not take a watermelon lightly.

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    M1Gunr wrote:
    There's plenty of Oxygen avail, just have to attach it to the burner without the regulator....
    Yeah, you can pull the tube from his nostrils and hook it up to my Blasto furnace.

    DEROS...we're gonna make you a legend.



    Sort of like Bonnie and Clyde.

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    You guys are making me nervous!!!! LOL .I just got a call from the cardiologist and they may delay again because of and ear infection.I don't mind telling you all this jumping through hoops and constant delays are making me wonder if its all worth the bother.That doctor doesn't mince words though he said most with my level of heart damage are bed ridden on oxygen or already dead.! much less walk and talk.(13 % IF) .I didn't realize you had to jump through all these hoops to get this done.They are supposed to call me back later today with more info.This is getting ridiculous....In the mean time its alot you guys keeping me going.

    By the way Squeak and I carried in the Starbucks near the UW and no one said a word neither did the cute blond dentist that gave me the exam.Squeak was waiting in the office with me and no one said a word.THis in the U district mind you.So far I have OC in all these appt's and no one complained....

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    I will provide the Salsa, and then you will not need a Bar B Que. Just dip the food in.

    Oh Yeah Jim, I really hate to tell you this, but..... I just did a google search and found out that when they do open heart surgery and had to extract a wisdom tooth and cope with an ear infection. Itis MANDATORY to do another surgical procedure. It is called aHirsuite amputation. Translated, They is gonna shave your head.

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    I don't think so....Anyway I just got the final word 10 minutes ago.Surgery tuesday the 23rd at 5:30 Am ......Oh boy party at Sweedish!

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    Good Luck Deros

    Quick question, can you OC in Surgery, or do you have to CC?

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    HeesBonafide wrote:
    Good Luck Deros

    Quick question, can you OC in Surgery, or do you have to CC?
    Given the potential hiding places in a hospital-supplied gown, I DON'T wanna know! :shock:
    It is very wise to not take a watermelon lightly.

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    Unfortunately no guns in the hospital itself.However I have concealed there before and no one knows..

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