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I need to learn to be more patient when I'm cooking and turn the heat down more, especially when I'm frying things. While humans are carbon-based life forms, most of us really prefer our food to be cooked as opposed to burned...which means that I really do need to stand over the hamburgers and keep an eye on them lest they become excessively carbonadoed. At least the Tater Tots baked up well, though they (and the ketchup) did my blood sugar no good.

Leg's less swollen today, but the air is unusually dry and cold in the EBNEBWHQ this morning, even with the door to the print room closed. Tea is helping, but it still feels like I have a big cold stone in the middle of my chest, and it hurts a litle when I breathe. This can't be good.

Elsewhere in the world, Michael Fumento tees off on his fellow journalists for what Confederate Yankee scathingly terms hemorrhoid reporting, and Austin Bay does lunch with the SecDef.


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Oct. 26th, 2006 01:00 am (UTC)
It IS a bad sign if it hurts to breath - if that
continues then you need to jump on it with
the docs. Also, since you have been on the
anti-biotics recently there is a chance that
what is making the breathing hurt could be
some resistant strain - and that is nothing
to joke with - lots of resistant shit running
around these days, so please take care.

Oct. 26th, 2006 01:11 am (UTC)
Good point, and I'll definitely bring it up with my doc if it persists. Since it seems to be happening only at work, though, I don't think it's my problem so much as it is an air quality issue at work. The place leaks like a sieve, which is part of the reason window cubes are somewhat of a mixed blessing.
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