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Best Friend, Drinking, and Family: READ THIS Hi Jo, you've lost your short term memory. This paper will update you on your condition, as your memory right now only lasts about 5 minutes, so you're continually asking the same questions. Where am 12: You're in the ICU atyes, this is the hospital you like. s today/How long have I been sick?: Today is Tuesday May 31, 2011. You've been in the What i hospital since Monday May 30, 2011 at 1pm. You started feeling weird Sunday night after getting back from the campgrounds with your brother and father. You were also dehydrated during the weekend, and drinking pedialyte. You were vomiting, had a terrible headache, and were not able to be aroused (lolz whats new?) when you fell asleep. You also were running a fever What's wrong with me?: You have an infection. Your biggest symptom right now is short ternm memory loss and confusion. You're able to hold a conversation, but you go through the same series of questions again and again. It's like 50 First Dates. They're not sure right now, but they've ruled a lot of stuff out. It could be meningitis, which can cause memory loss and some of the earlier symptoms you had (fatigue, nausea, vomiting, headache). As of my typing this up (4:30pm), they did not have a diagnosis (or aswould say, diagnoses.) They did a CAT scan, and you didn't stroke out of have a seizure, and you haven't bumped your head so they're confident that this is temporary MENIGITIS!? How do I get an infection that rots my brain: It's airborne, and it's an inflammation of the spinal cord or something. It's a serious condition but everyone seems confident that you'll be fine when the antibiotics kick in Are the kids okay?: The kids are perfectly fine and they aren't showing signs of any illness or infection.is on formula and is doing surprisingly well on it and you're pumping and dumping just in case Does my family know2: Yes, your family knows. is flying out tomorrow and yo grandmother might be coming with her. No, your grandma didn't speak in tongues, but she did sob. You called her a dipshit. You've spoken to your mother twiceand all of your family has called to introduce themselves to me lol. They're being updated continually L have to pee. You have a catheter, so feel free. 2: Yes, and you've known that since Friday. You get the keys on the 22d of June. This is the 31st of May. Yes, you for sure got it. amiliar?: That's your nurse are so fancy for a hospital room!: Yeah bro, I don't know what your fascination with the floors is, but you've said that like 800 times <p><a href="http://oswinstark.tumblr.com/post/156366552074/lunapics-laughingsquid-friend-makes-a-woman" class="tumblr_blog">oswinstark</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://221cbakerstreet.tumblr.com/post/156366480519/lunapics-laughingsquid-friend-makes-a-woman" class="tumblr_blog">221cbakerstreet</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://lunapics.tumblr.com/post/45478943574">lunapics</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://laughingsquid.tumblr.com/post/45364692714">laughingsquid</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://laughingsquid.com/friends-make-a-woman-hospitalized-with-short-term-memory-loss-an-informative-faq/">Friend Makes a Woman Hospitalized with Short-Term Memory Loss an Informative FAQ</a></p> </blockquote> <p>This is the best friend a person could ever have.</p> </blockquote> <p>The last one πŸ˜‚</p> </blockquote> <p>I fucking burst out laughing at that last one</p> </blockquote>
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Arsenal, Winnie the Pooh, and Bear: GASTONIA MAIN 5050 9100 070 681 7 POS T M DER N R EDERICK CRE W S AUTHOR OF THE POOH PERPLEX U.S.A. $22.00 Canado $35.00 Nearly forty years ago, a young literary scholar by the name of Frederick Crews had an inspired idea: to portray his trendsetting peers in the act of applying their critical acumen to the adventures of that deceptively simpleminded teddy bear of story- book fame, Winnie-the-Pooh. In incisive chapters entitled "A Bourgeois Writer's Proletarian Fables," "A la recherche du Pooh perdu," and so forth, Freudian and Marxist, New Critic and Neo- Aristotelian alike had at the Pooh texts, dredging up their hidden layers of meaning for the enlight- enment of the hitherto unsuspecting reader. The Pooh Perplex became a bestseller, a "must" read discussed at sherry-and-cheese gatherings from coast to coast. Now Winnie-the-Pooh is three-quarters of a century old-and, alas, Professor Crews lags not far behind. Thanks, however, to the efforts of Princeton's superstar professor N. Mack Hobbs, Crews has been coaxed out of retirement long enough to lend his blessing and his name to a project undertaken in homage to his own-a panel on Pooh convened at the December 2000 Modern Language Association convention irn Washington, D.C., at which the leading lights of contemporary criticism were invited to train their wits upon the beloved bear. Radical feminist Sisera Catheter, Lacanian postcolonialist Das Nuffa Dat, and trailblazing proponents of Deconstruction, Poststructuralist Marxism, New Historicism, Biopoetics, Cultural Studies, and-let (continued on back flap) (continued from front flap) us not forget-recovered memory theory all took their turns at the podium and their shots at dear Edward Bear, leaving no ammunition in the arsenal of contemporary literary hermeneutics unexploded. Here, then, are the published pro- ceedings of this remarkable event, for the edifica- tion (and delectation) of a new generation of readers. FREDERICK CREWS is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Berkeley. <p>What is this nightmarish thing I found at the library?</p>

What is this nightmarish thing I found at the library?

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