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What I did on my summer vacation

August 1st, 2003 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Well, that was a bit of an extended holiday. And frankly, one that was good for my enfeebled mental batteries. But there comes a time when even someone as lazy as myself can loaf no more, or so I’ve been told. In any case, time to dust off these cobwebs and get down to the not very important business of blogging.

After my European trip, of which you will undoubtedly hear too much about shortly, the next most exciting thing was going under the knife for a spot of minor, elective surgery. I’ll spare you gory details, but it was an incident free experience, and I am doing fine, thank you. If you wish to speculate on the nature of the procedure, feel free to do so in the comments. I’ll neither confirm nor deny any rumors.

I will say this: the first airline to offer anesthesia will make a fortune. Not only can you jam more people on, you won’t need to offer any food or drinks, and it’s a security plus! Great stuff that anesthesia.

Also hospitals should videotape surgical procedures and give that patient the tape. I mean, as far as I know, those guys doped me up, played canasta for an hour, and then put a few stitches in me. I feel ripped off. I want to see what happened, even if it does make me faint.

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