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Time For Giving

Discussion in 'Anesthesiology' started by Noyac, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. Noyac

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    For those of you that make donations during the Xmas season I would like to make a very well deserved foundation known to you. My best friend since childhood has a son in remission from a brain tumor of unknown etiology, more of a high grade glioma with pilomyxoid features. His son is living proof of the benefits of these foundations. To date they have raised $1,061,150.00 for childhood cancer. If you are looking for a place to contribute then check out: www.morganadamsfoundation.org

    I usually contribute to the Humane Society. I have a soft spot for those little f*ckers as well. I can't stand to see a dog in a cage.
     
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    Maybe someday soon when I'm making the big attending coin I'll feel like giving.

    But, right now, I'm still taking it.... mostly in the poop chute. And, I feel like I've given enough this year anyway... blood, sweat, and tears... and, yes, even a little bit of my soul.

    So, sorry, no one can have anymore from me this year. I'm definitively and clearly not in the Holiday spirit, having literally just gotten home, walked in the door, and sat down here to vent from the hospital. It's 9:00 PM on the east coast, BTW.

    -copro
     
  5. Noyac

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    Jet , that guy is beautiful.

    And you fit him in a Porsche Cayenne?
     
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    WOW Mikey, gotta eye for cars, huh?:laugh:

    Its a she.

    Thanks. She is beautiful.

    Assassin in appearance and yet has never growled at an errant kid crawling all over her pulling her tail/jowls/skin....:thumbup:

    Just don't come in the house unannounced if she doesnt know you or....uhhhh.....we're gonna have homicide detectives at da crib.
     
  7. Noyac

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    Yea, I know my luxury SUV's. Is that the GF's?

    I'm not at all surprised at the "Assassin's" demeanor. As you know, I am a Boxer lover and the Boxer is a direct descendant of the Mastiff. So I know her demeanor. Trust me I ain't walking in your house uninvited.:scared:

    My Boxer just ate a 1/2 bottle of phenylpropanolamine today.:eek: Singletary is acting weird:uhno: HUGE pupils, dry mouth, who knows whats next.
     
  8. Noyac

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    Seriously, Singletary is freaking out. His hair is standing up on end. He can't keep still. Keeps licking his chops. Really really weird. I hope this **** wears off fine.
     
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    Phenylpropanolamine is an alpha agonist, isn't it? I hope everything turns out OK...poor thing probably doesn't know what the heck is going on.
     
  10. Noyac

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    the only thing I can think to give him is versed or valium. Unfortunately, I don't carry these around with me or have hem at my home.
     
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    Yep.

    More importantly, Dude ya gotta do something for Mike Singletary!

    Call a vet!:scared:
     
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    So hows Singletary?
     
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    donated to the ASAPAC, local animal shelter, and my "Eff You" account with my last paycheck. all bases covered.
     
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    Re that charities, also consider donating to St Jude Children's Research Hospital. They do some amazing things.
     
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    The door handles on a Porsche are easy to spot. But good call spotting that out.
     
  16. Noyac

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    Yep and the leather as well.
     
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    Singletary is looking a little better this morning. Still got that paranoid look in his eyes but he came outside with me to shovel snow and his hair is laying flat now. He just threw up once last night but I know he didn't sleep one wink. Found a valium 5mg and added a 25 mg benadryl to it to see if I could calm him down and get him to lay still. Didn't work to well.

    I really think he was hallucinating last night. He would stand under the dining room table fixed on the front door. Then shake his head and look around. I usually considered hallucinations to be not necessarily a bad thing but when your dog is the one hallucinating and he is big and strong enough to tear you apart it starts to get a little freaky.
     
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    Glad to hear.:thumbup:
     

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