October 09, 2015

It's Been An Unhealthy Week

It all started Wednesday night after the Cubs game.  Something I ate was disagreeing with me, and somewhere around 3am, I had a complete and total stomach reboot.  Or, as it's said in the Blargletron, "blarglarglarglarglarglarglarglarglarglohgodblarglarglarglarglargl."  Thursday was better in that I made it through the day without any illness-related incident, but I felt like death warmed over all day.  Today, I woke up feeling like death not warmed over and with a sore throat to boot.  I still don't feel well, and I need a nap.

So how are you?

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1 Today, when they showed his newly-minted driver's license on NBCSN, I learned that Max Verstappen's full name is Max-Emilian Verstappen.  Or perhaps The Teenager Max-Emilian Verstappen.  Either way it's an oddly bifurcated given name.
Is there a medical billing code for complete and total stomach reboot?

Posted by: flatdarkmars at October 09, 2015 09:19 PM (LhHjb)

2 Is there a medical billing code for complete and total stomach reboot?


There's a medical billing code for just about everything.  I'm on record at work saying that I will quit my job with a smile on my face and a bounce in my step if I ever see a claim with diagnosis code V95.4X come across my computer, for my life will be complete.

Posted by: Wonderduck at October 09, 2015 11:03 PM (a12rG)

3 "Trauma caused by duck bite"?

Found a cute Nendo-and-rubber-duckie pic here today.

Posted by: Avatar at October 10, 2015 03:54 AM (v29Tn)

4 "Trauma caused by duck bite"?

W61.61.  No, I'm not kidding.

OMG, that Nendo pic is adorable!

Posted by: Wonderduck at October 10, 2015 08:03 AM (a12rG)

5 How am I? Recovering from a nutcracker of a work week. Monday was a crapstorm, Tuesday and Wednesday were moderately infuriating, Thursday went remarkably well, then Friday tagged me with an aluminum bat a few times.

I'm hunkering down, this weekend, for some dedicated R&R.

Hope you're feeling recuperated soon, good sir!

Posted by: GreyDuck at October 10, 2015 09:14 AM (rX7cO)

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