Sick and the Dwarves

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warren

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Better than being Dopey I guess. You sure as hell do not want to be Sneezy with that rib.

 

jefff

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I feel for you Cos. I just spent 40 days in the hospital. Pancreatitis don't get it. I have not smoked in 43 days. I hope to try it again soon..:)

 

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didimauw

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Yes get well soon! You probably smoked too much Carter Hall. That stuff will make anyone sick as a dog in no time!

 

cosmicfolklore

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I actually walked a mile with the wife tonight. I had a rough time with getting bones to stretch out after laying up for a couple of weeks. The rib is doing much better. But, I still cough on the charring light, so it may be a while before I smoke. But, I've been thinking about popping a tin of Carter Hall open.

 

warren

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You can send me the loaded pipe and I'll do the charring light and return via UPS 1 day delivery. I'll handle the costs if you can figure out the logistics of keeping simmering in route.
Perhaps a neighbor or the dog could handle that.
Ask your spouse for a smoking helper monkey.

 

mso489

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'Hate that feeling and hope you mend your rib and your lungs soon. Supposedly, tobacco smoke somewhat restricts the capillaries (smallest blood vessels) so it's good to let your body heal a day or two after the symptoms stop before smoking again. No pipe isn't much fun either. Speeding healing.

 
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