2018 -- life in Mexico

Re: 2018 -- life in Mexico

Postby jhwalker » Thu May 31, 2018 9:31 am

chug chug… i'm surviving. had to have a bunch of bloody gunk sucked out of the surgery area. disgusting...
Ever heard of a churucus? Google it. Had one. Having 1 as an adult may get you mentioned in a medical paper.
Mine was minor. and gone now. In major ones, you opiss thru your navel... :x
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Re: 2018 -- life in Mexico

Postby jhwalker » Thu May 31, 2018 9:31 am

chug chug… i'm surviving. had to have a bunch of bloody gunk sucked out of the surgery area. disgusting...
Ever heard of a churucus? Google it. Had one. Having 1 as an adult may get you mentioned in a medical paper.
Mine was minor. and gone now. In major ones, you opiss thru your navel... :x
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Re: 2018 -- life in Mexico

Postby jhwalker » Thu May 31, 2018 9:31 am

chug chug… i'm surviving. had to have a bunch of bloody gunk sucked out of the surgery area. disgusting...
Ever heard of a urucus? Google it. Had one. Having 1 as an adult may get you mentioned in a medical paper.
Mine was minor. and gone now. In major ones, you piss thru your navel... :lol:
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Re: 2018 -- life in Mexico

Postby jhwalker » Thu May 31, 2018 9:47 am

So everything is working pretty with the security systems except for the infrared barriers and the 'small animal' calibrations. The heavy winds move the tall poles just enough to make it appear that beams are being broken. And the local foxes with their bushy tails confuse the 'ignore small animals' code. We may need guy wires to stabilize the poles. :think:

da beat goes on... :-D
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