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    Seriously, this shouldn’t be under “Joke thread”. It’s not a joke.


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    Absolutely not a joke but nut started it to get people's attention in a funny way. It is a potentially humorous subject as long as in the end it is taken seriously.
    If you have seen a healthy 50+ yo come in for his/her check and go away without the polyp they came in with and a return in five years instructions. No biggy. Then there is the 60/65 yo that finally were pushed by the spouse to come in under, I don't have any problems/ I'm not broke don't need fixed kinda mindset then have to stand outside the door and try to compose yourself knowing they were just told next stop surgery and if your lucky you get a bag for the rest of your life and if not radiation,cemo,surgery and make rotting and falling out you back side from now until you die. Just try to hold you self together and walk in that room. Sorry folks, I know tmi but this is truly no joke and such a simple fix when caught early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mosseyme View Post
    Absolutely not a joke but nut started it to get people's attention in a funny way. It is a potentially humorous subject as long as in the end it is taken seriously.
    If you have seen a healthy 50+ yo come in for his/her check and go away without the polyp they came in with and a return in five years instructions. No biggy. Then there is the 60/65 yo that finally were pushed by the spouse to come in under, I don't have any problems/ I'm not broke don't need fixed kinda mindset then have to stand outside the door and try to compose yourself knowing they were just told next stop surgery and if your lucky you get a bag for the rest of your life and if not radiation,cemo,surgery and make rotting and falling out you back side from now until you die. Just try to hold you self together and walk in that room. Sorry folks, I know tmi but this is truly no joke and such a simple fix when caught early.
    Well, this one post has already made a difference. When I read it to Patty, she asked me to write a note and put it on the bar to remind her to call for the appointment on Monday.

    It will be her first one. Thank you.

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    Glad to help! The only reason I would say all that on a joke thread is in hope that someone would be inspired to love themselves enough.

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    I might consider submitting a deuce sample that can be analyzed to a 92 plus percent detection for colon cancer vs the scope method. For now there is no history of colon problems in my linage so I'll play the odds. Just wonder what to say when the deuce sample gets sent off if the question is asked are there any hazardous materials in this shipment guess I'll just shrug it and say dunno yet bets the s__t out of me.

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    I like the idea of having the Dr snip off those precancerous polyps before they would show up on the test... and I really enjoy the nap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loghousenut View Post
    I like the idea of having the Dr snip off those precancerous polyps before they would show up on the test... and I really enjoy the nap.

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    I don't act appropriately after a doctor induced nap. LOL! "He's bad."

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    It says "don't worry I hugged it first". Lol.

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    Good looking load of pine. Too short for what we need but obviously it is going to a good home.

    In the year that I drove log truck (back about 28 years ago) I had one of the prettiest 3 log loads that you can imagine. When the loader tossed that top log on, it looked like something that was common when I was a kid and extinct in the modern era. It screamed perfection and art.

    As I hauled the load to town I was getting the thumbs up from all those log other truckers and when I hit the freeway there were folks in cars taking photos of me... but this all happened in southern Oregon where everybody has a Dad or a Grandad in the business.

    It has all changed.


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    That's too bad. musta been quite a site. durn "progress"!

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