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Re: Ok here is my surgery posts

#46 Postby zinzen » Fri Sep 12, 2008 3:26 am

Peace to all of you , and it was cool finally talking tou you too rob.
Well its 4:20 am and I am woke up in pain. Pain from shoulder and pain from a splitting headache, this PA today better have some answers for me.
I wish itwas the surgeon instead of his assistant, I really hope they aint making me pay a co-pay to see some dude who didnt even go to med school.
Kinda think I have a fever, seems like I wake up the same way everyday, shivering, weak, shit I can barley type. I wish my wife wouldve woke up with me.
I gotta say that I really wish I wouldnt have got this surgery done, I feel so awful right now, and cold, and have I mentioned I havnt been allowed to take a shower all week.
Signing out, miserable as shit,
Tom

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#47 Postby robert » Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:01 pm

Hang in there man!

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#48 Postby zinzen » Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:20 pm

I got the bandage off today, here is a pic for your viewing pleasure
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#49 Postby funkybioped » Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:32 pm

Oh man, I am feeling for you. Hope you feel better soon. I had an injury playin some competitive hockey when I was a kid, man did it suck waitin on it to heal. I feel your pain. Hope you feel better soon and the swelling, and pain drop away for you. Take care
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#50 Postby Vegan Joe » Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:35 pm

I suppose counting your blessing might help.
Remember I'm only tryin to help.
Anyway you won't have to get one of those barbwire tattoos.
Be strong!

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#51 Postby zinzen » Sat Sep 13, 2008 9:03 am

Seriously though will these mornings get any easier? Every morning I feel like my head has been bashed to peices. 4 every morning I am getting up moaning, horrible.
Going to the gym today just for cardio, legs are getting fried.

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#52 Postby zinzen » Sat Sep 13, 2008 7:39 pm

Alright, I pulled off 53 minutes of cardio tonight and thats it,
We went to The Rainforest, a big building that is set up like a rainforest at the cleveland zoo, it was fun.
Cleveland Zoo is one of the top zoos in the country doing conservation projects here and around the world to help preserve plants and animals.
They also reintroduce endangerd wildlife back to their ecosystems, so I love going there and hearing about the new things getting done the world over.
But today when we went the wife and I were hungry so we went to get food and I got real salty over the fact that these people were serving animal to zoo goers.
How can you be serious about this animal procective message while serving chicken and cow.
So my wife suggested that I send a letter asking them to start to serve vegan and vegetarian options, not just this, cause that aint going to happen, but some to show more practice what you preach type thing
Any suggestions of things that should be in this letter would certaintly be appreciated

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#53 Postby Vegan Joe » Sat Sep 13, 2008 7:58 pm

Your thoughts are probably going to fall on deaf ears, as chickens and cow aren't on the endangered. But I'd say go ahead and plant your seeds. You never know what can grow from well planted words.

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#54 Postby zinzen » Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:09 pm

Vegan Joe wrote:Your thoughts are probably going to fall on deaf ears, as chickens and cow aren't on the endangered. But I'd say go ahead and plant your seeds. You never know what can grow from well planted words.

If they cant hear me I will bust up in there and shove some sign languge in thier faces.
This needs to be adressed. Its not just the animal issuem the rainforests of this world are on the endangered list, a good percentage is because of the food they are serving.
But I dont want to turn my surgery posting into this, I think I may post a seperate thing for help with this matter.
Thank you very much vegan joe, not only for your responce but for all your posts and for taking the time in reading all my complaining

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#55 Postby Vegan Joe » Sun Sep 14, 2008 1:27 am

Thank you, and you are quite welcome.
I don't see it as complaining,
but just that you are airing out your pain.

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#56 Postby Richard » Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:13 am

Yeah I think it is a good idea and can do no harm if you write the letter.

Dear sir/madam
My wife and I visited Cleveland Zoo recently, and had a great time. However, we were surprised to see meat and other animal products on the menu in the restaurant. We feel that it sends a mixed message. If you are trying to promote respect for animals, and work hard towards saving them, it seems counter-productive to also serve them as food. I would suggest not serving anything which has animal products in it, since this will give the message that animals should be respected / protected, rather than killed. As it is, I think people can easily get the wrong message, that animals are just for our entertainment / consumption if you continue to serve them as food.

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#57 Postby zinzen » Sun Sep 14, 2008 10:35 am

Richard wrote:Dear sir/madam
My wife and I visited Cleveland Zoo recently, and had a great time. However, we were surprised to see meat and other animal products on the menu in the restaurant. We feel that it sends a mixed message. If you are trying to promote respect for animals, and work hard towards saving them, it seems counter-productive to also serve them as food. I would suggest not serving anything which has animal products in it, since this will give the message that animals should be respected / protected, rather than killed. As it is, I think people can easily get the wrong message, that animals are just for our entertainment / consumption if you continue to serve them as food.

Wow man this is really a great start, thank you very uch. Hopefully we will see a wee bit of change.
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#58 Postby zinzen » Sun Sep 14, 2008 10:46 am

Ok so I had an awesome leg day today, did hack squats with a machine for 200lbs*10
and a standing leg press for glutes and hams @200*10 also
Did seated calf raises for only about 110*10 because I didnt want to get someones help pulling the weights off.
Then I did leg curls at 140*10
And leg extensions at 170*10
I also did something else I know it, but I cant remember it at all.
Less nauseated today when I woke up, always a great sign.
And I will be hitting the gym back up around 6 for an attempt at one hour of cardio.
I also did 20 min on an eliptical

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#59 Postby zinzen » Sun Sep 14, 2008 10:49 pm

Went back and pulled of 50 minutes of cardio.... BORING.
Thats about that, still living off of pain killers.
I just keep updating this to keep it in the active posts, always hoping someone will comment something that will help me through this. Ehh what can I say, I love the ego boosts

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#60 Postby zinzen » Mon Sep 15, 2008 9:53 pm

Did another 50 minutes of cardio and rocked my back a bit with extensions.
My dude at the gym helped me figure out how to work abs proper with only 1 arm so thats cool.
I am starting to feel better, and I seriously got my intensity back tonight, this is turning out a lot better then I had hoped.
I was real scared for a while there.
I donated my old leather bookbag from highschool today and bought my first real gym bag. A blue adidas bag, I chose it cause it was only 19.95.
Thanks again to those who read this

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