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iesus wrote:
03 Nov 2020, 12:41
I am in hospital from Saturday early morning with pneumonia and a small group of throbbing blood in them :urff: :urff: :urff:
I am getting step by step better docs are from yesterday positive. :wink: :bat:
I ll comeback when better :kiss:
God that sounds dreadful. How are you doing? On the road to recovery I hope. I can’t imagine how stressful having a serious respiratory illness must be in times like these
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DJElectricDaddy wrote:
12 Nov 2020, 18:38
iesus wrote:
03 Nov 2020, 12:41
I am in hospital from Saturday early morning with pneumonia and a small group of throbbing blood in them :urff: :urff: :urff:
I am getting step by step better docs are from yesterday positive. :wink: :bat:
I ll comeback when better :kiss:
God that sounds dreadful. How are you doing? On the road to recovery I hope. I can’t imagine how stressful having a serious respiratory illness must be in times like these
Tuesday evening i took exit papers and from that time i came home and i am doing lockdown activities like making jello for the family, browsing around, having reading i9n various books etc. I am doin much better hope will recover full in a 1-2 week period. No throb remains at this time in lungs, all clear, taking according medicines. :) :bat:
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Tuesday evening i took exit papers and from that time i came home and i am doing lockdown activities like making jello for the family, browsing around, having reading i9n various books etc. I am doin much better hope will recover full in a 1-2 week period. No throb remains at this time in lungs, all clear, taking according medicines. :) :bat:
That's great news.
Take it easy mister. Get better.
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I will try to do my best steve :)
Thank you all for the positive vibes and thoughts :notworthy: :notworthy:
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:cool: Good to hear you're back home, iesus, and with your health improved. Now fully recover nicely ... :) :) :) ...
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Sitting outdoors on a working vacation in the mountains of West Virginia, and wondering why the hell I would ever want to go back to DC.
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Pista wrote:
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Baking this
watched it, liked it and suppose that if you liked that combination you should know about this --> https://www.amazon.com/Halva-Makedoniko ... B0040HD0KG
This is the ultimate flavour in that combination of those 2 ingrediants for hudreds of years around ;D :wink:

Edit- @sultan2075 That sounds like a don't go back if you feel it's wrongt to go back :)
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Don’t tempt me! My wife loves DC though, and we have a cat waiting for us. But I think for what we pay to live in the city we could get a beautiful old farmhouse on 11 acres out here, where it’s clean and quiet and beautiful.
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Don’t tempt me! My wife loves DC though, and we have a cat waiting for us. But I think for what we pay to live in the city we could get a beautiful old farmhouse on 11 acres out here, where it’s clean and quiet and beautiful.
... and where your cat could stroll around in the countryside ... :twisted: ;D :wink: ... depends on how far away the city is, I'd say.
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sultan2075 wrote:
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Don’t tempt me! My wife loves DC though, and we have a cat waiting for us. But I think for what we pay to live in the city we could get a beautiful old farmhouse on 11 acres out here, where it’s clean and quiet and beautiful.
We went to DC on our Epic East Coast vacation last summer (when that sort of thing was still possible). Didn’t have much interest in going there but out of the 4 cities we stayed in (NYC, Philly, Boston) I loved DC the most. Totally surprised me. I wanted to rent a car and drive out to Shenandoah but just didn’t have the days in the itinerary. The whole trip was a pleasant juxtaposition to California

With my wife and I working from home we are weighing options to live elsewhere now the post-covid work landscape looks like it will/can be fully remote. So I totally hear where you are coming from regarding getting out of the city. So sick of sirens and helicopters and fart-can-ricers and traffic.
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My wife laughs at me because everywhere we go, I want to find a way to move there. Overall, I am pretty happy with living in DC (we are about 20 minutes east of SCOTUS on foot), but getting out into the clean mountain air was absolutely wonderful, and so was the quiet. Here, the sirens are pretty regular, and the helicopters are constant. I can't stop thinking of the farmhouse though - it's actually two separate homes and two outbuildings, and if they throw in the sheep and the chickens, I'd be overjoyed. But no way that my wife will go for that!
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My wife laughs at me because everywhere we go, I want to find a way to move there.
Man I can TOTALLY relate to that. Always stop to look in realtor windows :)
Overall, I am pretty happy with living in DC (we are about 20 minutes east of SCOTUS on foot), but getting out into the clean mountain air was absolutely wonderful, and so was the quiet. Here, the sirens are pretty regular, and the helicopters are constant. I can't stop thinking of the farmhouse though - it's actually two separate homes and two outbuildings, and if they throw in the sheep and the chickens, I'd be overjoyed. But no way that my wife will go for that!
Yeah same again. There are many worse places to live than Fullerton. Heck it’s the home of Fender guitars so it’s instantly cool. But I keep saying it’s had it’s finest hour and is in a steady decline. I’d love to move back to London, or Britain in general. Or up Pacific Northwest. But my California wife cannot be without the sun, which severely limits our options
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Thinking about what the UK will look like after 11pm GMT on Friday next. Oddly, the thing that has only just hit home is that, with free movement and the right to work in Europe (or in the UK for EU citizens) being done away with, touring bands are going to be deeply effed. Let's say you were into a band whose lead singer lived in the EU (and presumably by this time has citizenship of the country he lives in) but other band members lived in the UK. So assuming the lead singer maintained his UK citizenship he could come to the UK to tour, but the rest of the band would have to get visas to tour in Europe. And European bands will have to get visas to tour in the UK.

I knew that Brexit was going to suck on multiple levels, but this new realisation just hammers it home.
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Pista just retweeted a petition that addresses this very issue
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Thanks for the pointer, petition duly signed. Brexit truly is a huge step backwards. As Zappa said, 'a mind is like a parachute, works best when it is open.'
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