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Old 04-27-2015, 05:54 PM   #101
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Yay. Doctors abt to cut my hand open. Thiis is crazy.

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Huh? Something happen?
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So I woke up this morning with a swollen hand. Made a doctors appointment for this afternoon. I went to the dr about 230. found out I had a splinter that had caused a bad infection that had spread rapidly. they tried to give me anesthetics . it did not work the swelling would not let anesthesia get to my nerve ending. due to the rapid spreading they had to do an emergency surgery on my hand I'm sorry my finger they cut my finger all the way around peel the skin back . got everything out cleaned up. I just got home and can tell you that that was the worst pain I have ever felt in my entire life. I would honestly wish that on no one.

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Sorry for the bad wording and punctuation but due to it being on my right hand I'm having to use Google speak to do this

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I will have an update as soon as the pain pills kick in

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Feeling a scalpel cut into your body with absolutely nothing to help the pain is something I hope to never experience again

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Old 04-27-2015, 09:11 PM   #107
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WOW!
A splinter?
Of exoctic wood?
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Oh man that's horrible, I'm sorry you had to go through that! I hope you feel better and heal right up. Glad that you caught the infection in time too.
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Okay guys update on the tank. I've been sitting here observing them for a little while now. Like i could move from this perscription/self induced state of joy. they have started to move off the wood more. but they are moving 100% in unison I will attach pictures temperatures holding steady at 86 degrees. My mail is doing serious courting I did just notice that both breeding tubes are extended pretty well. so let's hope will be a small bright spot in my day. Guys They are hardcore doin some dancin at each other. Hopes are high.

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Pics... they are like synchronized swimmers. They have not been not touching in some way since ive been watching. Even swimming to eat theyre as close as possible. Im excited

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