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Quoting RobDaHood:Okay Goofy!I see what you are trying to do! 60s! You are aware, I am sure, that we are still baking down here!Good to hear all is well and you seem to be enjoying it!Carry on.Pottery,I was just thinking...Pretty Dismal Tropics there, and wondering if you're gonna get some more rain.(Funny how one letter can change the entire meaning of the sentence.)Getting quite blustery outside, although we are only getting the first traces of rain today.Macon seems to be getting soggy as well.
Quoting pottery:Medical Report # 588.....Well, this is rather Embarrassing, to me....Seems that the Impact with the Stump only exacerbated the condition that was hovering around."The onset of GOUT is usually fast and can be extremely painful. It will most likely affect the joint where the toe meets the foot"So. There you have it.Reduce the Intake of foods with certain oils. - checkKeep well hydrated. - checkAvoid alcohol - DAMMOh well.Don't get this. It's truly very painful and annoying.Makes a Man feel Mortal, this does.BAH !!
Quoting RobDaHood:You are in famous company, Pottery!They say that Sue had gout.It's unclear what treatment she used however.Hey, maybe it wasn't uncommon in her species.Maybe that's why they were so mean!
Quoting RTLSNK:Ahh, it is good to be above ground I must say, yes, it is I snakeymon, Ranger Sp....Rick I mean, reporting in again, I am home, leg wrapped like a Mummy. It seems that Dr. Frankenstein, yes, I am now calling them all Dr. Frakenstein you see, thought it would be better in the long run to go ahead and remove all of the varicose veins in the left leg at one time rather than spread it out to three procedures, so I was not only Ablated but sliced and diced from the hip to the ankle area and all points in between those areas. This guy was much better than the first bozo I went to. This guy gave me a wonderful happy pill first, then numbed the entire outside of the leg and then the entire inside of the leg. Wise man he was. Of course I did tell him how I almost strangled the other bozo so this Dr. was not taking any chances! :)Also sent me home with bottles of happy pills to ensure that I stayed happy and content until next week when he will remove the stitches. Very wise man he was. :)Pottery my good man, didn't you tell us some time back that you were injured walking around outside without shoes? And now you have again been injured walking around outside without shoes? There seems to be some sort of pattern there I think. I shall think about that for a few hours and see if I can come up with a solution for you to insure that this type of thing doesn't happen for a THIRD TIME. If I were not under the influence of some potent medicinal potions I could probably give you an answer right away but I seem to have forgotten what the original problem was now and shall have to concentrate for a few hours and see if I can remember where this started and see if I can track it backwards to its completion. I finally found the little dot that is supposed to end this coversation.Don't wait up for me, it took me a long time just to find this blog. No telling how long it will be before I can find it again. :)Sponge Bob, no wait, Ranger Rick, no wait, snake.
Quoting theshepherd:Dear Mr. SpongeBobnowaitRangerRicknowaitsnakePlease don't let sheph anywhere near those happy pills.TIAPoncho and Lefty.ps.Did you just "dance a jig" while walking away from that computer?
Quoting theshepherd:Ouch...and no alcohol either, for like "forever".:(:)))Gotta keep the smiles going, eh?
Quoting RobDaHood:Oh, and Pottery...RattleBob fussed at me about going barefoot too. He just doesn't understand.
Quoting theshepherd:Wow.You two are sure being hard on our new drug addict.He's probably going to tell Lord PlumbBob to wear shoes or something crazy like that.Which would be like telling me to wear shoes also....this too shall pass.:)))
Quoting RobDaHood:ROFLWell, he can tolerate a floating hotel given the right meds.Would take something way stronger for me to tolerate one.Shoes? You mean those things you wear to church and business meetings? Hmmmm.Why would anyone with such a well manicured lawn in suburban Macon need to wear shoes.Oh, yeah...Copperheads.When I was a young, Mom referred to us kids as "The Blackfoot Tribe."
Quoting pottery:Well, I've been known to wear Strange Footwear on occasion.But it has to be the right occasion,don't you know...and anyway, no need to bring that up....
Quoting theshepherd:em>Bright moon just popped up over the trees.<br>Hmmm?Full moon (plus) Army Ranger tripping on choice pharmaceuticals (plus) Den full of various swords and pointy thingies (minus) love for racoons knocking pots off the porch tables or anything else wearing a mask (equals) mayhem and verbalized chaos.:)
Quoting pottery:Check this one out !Fabulous.
Quoting RobDaHood:Oh boy!Glad you are okay 'Snake and thanks for checking in.Am looking forward to some very interesting blog activity this week with both you and Pottery medicated.Now, take your secret decoder ring and go to Post 601 by Goofy. If you can decrypt that out, you know you'll be okay!:o)
Quoting RTLSNK:Such a simple request for a Tuesday morning. Why of course I will help you Captain.Goofy and family are on vacation on a Cruise Ship, they stopped at some little island and went horseback riding, the horse named Jerry liked to ride in the middle of the street, temp was in the 60's and the NavX phone app he has on his phone works better than Google or WheretheFarewe. If I may be of service in the future please do not hesitate to call on me. As usual please send my retainer to my numbered acct you know where. :)
Quoting RTLSNK:Now let me see if I have this correct.Pottery doesn't wear shoes.Rob doesn't wear shoes.Shep doesn't wear shoes.Pottery has injured himself twice.Because he was not wearing shoes.There is a good chance that Rob or Shep will be next.Or both of them matter of fact.Don't say I didn't warn you both.Little boys don't wear shoes.Grown men wear shoes.There is a message there also. :)
Quoting RobDaHood:Actually, I have found that most injuries in life can be attributed to "pilot error"Looking forward to seeing Pottery in his new "feather cap"! I just can't picture a vase full of feathers strapped to his head..."...Mind the music and the step,And with the girls be handy."
Quoting Ylee:All I know is bare feet doesn't stand up too well to molten aluminum!(Or aluminium, to Pottery!) :)
Quoting RobDaHood:ROFLWait until the witchdoctor hears you are consulting with a Snake, a Shepherd, and a Hood who drives an Ark.Prolly will send you next door to the shrink!(edit: you can now add a Coyote to that list)
Quoting pottery:This is True !But I have to ask...."do you have some Experience in this matter"?
Quoting RobDaHood:I wonder what he's doing wading in the stuff to begin with and what kind of shoes he wears.Reminds me of those guys on the Nat Geo channel walking around inside a volcano and then looking surprised that their shoes are smoldering!
Quoting Ylee:...Bottom line here is, if you're standing in molten aluminum, you have far bigger problems than standing in molten aluminum! :)
Quoting pottery:A Singular lack of Imagination.....Or should that be a lack of Singular Imagination? Whatever it is, I have today called the Medicine Man, and will go to have Offending Foot subjected to Radioactive impulses tomorrow.Today it's more swollen. More painful. Just More.....It will be fun, walking into his office barefoot, as I can't get a shoe on.But I will 'take in front' and say "I know. I Know! Snake already quarrelled with me....", and let him figure it out as he writes his Invoice.
Quoting RobDaHood:Pottery,Have you noticed that when you have a sore toe, that hard objects jump out of nowhere and bump it without the least provocation?
Quoting theshepherd:Uh?Uh?Uh?I'm leaving that one to Ranger Rick.:)
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