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Pulp, SASS#28319

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    Valliant, OK
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    shooting, photography, music(celtic esp)

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  1. At least 20 years ago, but he had the right idea:
  2. Our weatherman is never wrong, anytime you say there’s an 80% chance of rain, your gonna be right even if it doesn’t rain.
  3. I hear them at home while taking the dog out before bed time. Usually two packs, one north of me and one west. I love this old song about them:
  4. I don't think the wildflowers enjoyed it as much as I did.
  5. A friend of mine, on a bet, loaded all six chambers of his '51 Navy, capped them off, then put the gun in a bucket of water overnight. Next morning all six fired. He won the bet.
  6. We had a little hailstorm this PM, I picked up a couple of the hailstones just to take some closeup pictures of them. Upon cropping one of the photos I found this alien creature imbedded in the ice.
  7. Well I heard that all the wool from Widder’s sheep ranch was “non-virgin”!
  8. Yellow one is a Sorrell, blue one is a Speedwell.
  9. Been waiting several months for the last few days.
  10. I had a ruptured disc on one side and stenosis on the other. My spinal cord looked like someone was pinching a water hose closed. Had a little 30 minute surgery and have been fine ever since. I know there are a lot of horror stories about spine surgery, but mine was a blessing.
  11. “I don’t want a pickle...”
  12. Pulp,  I had back surgery two years ago, to repair everything from L1 to S1.  I drink a gallon of milk a week, plus eat cheese and ice cream so the surgeon did not anticipate any problems.  When he got in he found that I have osteopenia, I.E. soft bones.  The lag screws would not hold the cage onto my spine.  This is not to scare you, but to advise you to get a bone density scan before the surgery.

    Other than that, I second what Loophole Larue said:  go to a major metropolitan area and find the best surgeon in Oklahoma to do the work.  Then do the therapy and be the most compliant patient that your doctor has ever seen.

    Good Luck,


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