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OMG! Simultaneous posting!

It's the k cup thread and Jan-it all over again :o :o :o

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It's the k cup thread and Jan-it all over again :o :o :o

On your mark, get set, GO!

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Test sucked. :angry::( I'm trying to convince BE to console me. :ph34r: :ph34r:

So sorry. They'll be other tests and I know you'll do well. One test at a time. Any chance it was curved?

Sending positive energy,

Loey

P.S. hope BE will console you- you deserve it!!!

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He apparently wasn't too hard to convince. I'm thinking 'console' requires a lot more energy than 'rectify'. I got a lotta tension to work out.

We only got half the test initially, and then the rest, and somehow I missed an entire page. :angry: :angry: And it was the part on conditional probabilities, which, of course, is my best topic. :rolleyes::ph34r::blink::lol: :lol: :ph34r:

I'm following that race. :P

Maybe prof will let you take the rest? Worth asking him!

Didn't we decide it was riding the broomstick? Enjoy whatever it is!!! rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

BTW, Fell again last night. Partially due to slippery floor but I'm also thinking it's the med that the GI gave me for the cramping (the last three falls were all since I was on it). Superman told me he said that after the first fall. I always take a while to listen. Lois Lane has a mind of her own. Going to stop taking it. Got a referral for a GP and a Neurologist.

Loey

P.S. getting ready to go to the train station. Also loved the first painting class. I was drawing on my canvas. Will start painting it next week. Will talk to you all again either Saturday before we see our son (YAY) or Monday. Gonna miss all my psillies!!!!

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P.S. getting ready to go to the train station. Also loved the first painting class. I was drawing on my canvas. Will start painting it next week. Will talk to you all again either Saturday before we see our son (YAY) or Monday. Gonna miss all my psillies!!!!

yah, stop taking that stuff. Painting class sounds great.

Prof gave me 15 minutes to do the page I missed. Not sure I got any more points (how the $%*&$ do you integrate y(e^(-lambdax-lambda(y/x)))/x ????) but at least I tried.

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yah, stop taking that stuff. Painting class sounds great.

Prof gave me 15 minutes to do the page I missed. Not sure I got any more points (how the $%*&$ do you integrate y(e^(-lambdax-lambda(y/x)))/x ????) but at least I tried.

Not pain meds per say but Donnatal (which I think is pheno-barbital). He originally gave me something that gave me the big D. Wasn't taking it often but now that I think about it it coincided with the falls (and during the day made me nap).

Hope you did better on the test than you think.

Hugs to you all,

Loey wub.gifwub.gifwub.gif

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On your mark, get set, GO!

I'll be there in spirit!!!

Have fun!!!

Loey wub.gif

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Have a good time, Lough....be careful! ;)

Jess--great news about the test. I'm sure you did well :)

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BTW, Fell again last night. Partially due to slippery floor but I'm also thinking it's the med that the GI gave me for the cramping (the last three falls were all since I was on it).

Was it Levsin? My doc gave me that early on--made me dopey and didn't do a thing for my cramping. Have you tried laying down wif a heating pad?

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Donnatal is a combination of active ingredients. I was on it for a while for my "irritable bowel" in my early twenties. It has atropine (belladonna), phenobarbital and other ingredients. Like Immodium, it may help ease the symptoms of celiac disease, but does nothing to address the underlying problem.

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It's the thread on k-cups, Em...

Mygawd.. . . there are actually women on this forum with K-cups?? :huh:

... . Hell, I'm not gonna have anything to contribute to that thread, fo sho. . . . . . ..... .<_<

(how the $%*&$ do you integrate y(e^(-lambdax-lambda(y/x)))/x ????) but at least I tried.

Oooohhh, gad. . .. . . ....Feel for ya, Jyesssss.....I just HATE when this question comes up in my life.. . . . . .. ....

:rolleyes:

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Donnatal is a combination of active ingredients. I was on it for a while for my "irritable bowel" in my early twenties. It has atropine (belladonna), phenobarbital and other ingredients. Like Immodium, it may help ease the symptoms of celiac disease, but does nothing to address the underlying problem.

Sounds scary. :ph34r:

Mygawd.. . . there are actually women on this forum with K-cups?? :huh:

... . Hell, I'm not gonna have anything to contribute to that thread, fo sho. . . . . . ..... .<_<

Apparently not a side effect of Celiac that I have!

Oooohhh, gad. . .. . . ....Feel for ya, Jyesssss.....I just HATE when this question comes up in my life.. . . . . .. ....

:rolleyes:

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Not pain meds per say but Donnatal

Was it Levsin?

Note to selph--must read all posts before hitting reply..... :unsure::ph34r::P

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Now I'm posting in Em's quote. :(

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Note to selph--must read all posts before hitting reply..... :unsure::ph34r::P

You'ld be the only one. :P. Love how people only read the first 1 or 2 sentences of a post and respond.

( this is short so everyone will read the whole thing) :P

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You'ld be the only one. :P. Love how people only read the first 1 or 2 sentences of a post and respond.

( this is short so everyone will read the whole thing) :P

:lol: :lol: 'tis true. No point in actually finding out what's going on before you provide your opinion. :P

Gads I am starving today. And I messed up my experiment yesterday so I don't have to finish it today. Maybe I'll wander down to the store and find myself a treat.

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:lol: :lol: 'tis true. No point in actually finding out what's going on before you provide your opinion. :P

Gads I am starving today. And I messed up my experiment yesterday so I don't have to finish it today. Maybe I'll wander down to the store and find myself a treat.

Are you feeling better? Have you been consoled? ;)

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:lol: :lol: 'tis true. No point in actually finding out what's going on before you provide your opinion. :P

Now that would be downright silly! B)

Git yerselph sumphin good, Jess--you've been working hard lately :D

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HAPPY BIRFDAY BEVVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

(in case you poop in)

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Are you feeling better? Have you been consoled? ;)

I was well consoled last night and again this morning. :):rolleyes::D

And I'm having Mary's Gone Crackers Cookies for Bev's birthday!!

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I have some Glutino lemon wafer cookies to celebrate Bev's birthday!

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I have some Glutino lemon wafer cookies to celebrate Bev's birthday!

I've never tried those, how are they?

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I've never tried those, how are they?

Not that anyone asked me :lol: but they're really good. The chocolate ones are too good--can't keep 'em in the house cause I can't stay away from them. The strawberry, in my opinion, is way too sweet.

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I've never tried those, how are they?

Uhmmmmm! Nummmm nummmm!

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BEVEL!!!!

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