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That's not up to me, CT--I will ask powers that be in Napoli.

Fantastic, Frontiers again!
And the mellotron...
Thank you for sharing these tidbits, John!
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Interesting word, Musicosis. When I get a song stuck in my head, I call it an ear-worm!

I received a letter from the hospital a couple of days ago, summarising my visit to Cardiology, and reading between the lines, it seems to be less alarming than it was for me on the day. From the summary, the pattern of my pain mimics Angina, but they decided to opt for the second test with the CT Angiogram to avoid agitating my injury and causing any unneccesary pain with the treadmill. In the meantime, I've taken on board all the advice they had with regards to diet, as my blood cholesterol is still a bit high. (Although I'm pleasantly surprised to find that I now fit into clothes that I'd grown too podgy for a few years back, so every cloud, and all that!)
My next appointment is on the 25th, with the muscolo-skeletal unit, and I'm looking forward to this one. I'm hoping they'll find out what the damage is and how best to repair it, and then I can go back to my 2011 gameplan of carpe-ing those diems!


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Interesting word, Musicosis. When I get a song stuck in my head, I call it an ear-worm!

I received a letter from the hospital a couple of days ago, summarising my visit to Cardiology, and reading between the lines, it seems to be less alarming than it was for me on the day. From the summary, the pattern of my pain mimics Angina, but they decided to opt for the second test with the CT Angiogram to avoid agitating my injury and causing any unneccesary pain with the treadmill. In the meantime, I've taken on board all the advice they had with regards to diet, as my blood cholesterol is still a bit high. (Although I'm pleasantly surprised to find that I now fit into clothes that I'd grown too podgy for a few years back, so every cloud, and all that!)
My next appointment is on the 25th, with the muscolo-skeletal unit, and I'm looking forward to this one. I'm hoping they'll find out what the damage is and how best to repair it, and then I can go back to my 2011 gameplan of carpe-ing those diems!


That's great!!!
*Crossing fingers and toes for your next visit*.
if it's an over-stressed muscle, your docs may prescribe ionthophoresis. I did it few years ago (wrong posture while playing, muscular tension). It's painless, relaxing and really effective, no more those sudden bad muscular contractions.
(another thing that helped me is sleeping pillowless. Though please don't try it without asking your doc before!)
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Steve, thanks for the update.  Any info could be helpful to another GBer.  Soooo, to cholesterol ~ I jumped from below normal to 450, plus two other things happened.  But just a trip down the grocery aisles to change diet and proved them wrong.  It was not what I was eating, it was a new med that caused the spike in cholesterol, but I brought it down myself.   This is to the doctors who believe they're God.  But it was the Dean of the Dental School who pegged what was wrong--the med.  But piece of cake, GW, and you have a new/used before set of clothes.     Here's to the next test going your way.

As to Frontiers, they gave us little bits to pleasure our ears with OMEGA, I shall put that wish into action as well.  

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"bits of pleasure to our ears"............that is now ringing in mine.

...my thoughts exactly!  So? 

No rush..we're here...

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Just moving the Facebook talk to where it should be. I like FB because I was able to reconnect with just about everyone from my past and see what they were up to? Sometimes you lose connections with people not on purpose but because you make moves in life. I actually have 2 FB accounts. One for family and friends and one for my work and union cohorts. FB works for me. What I don't like about it though is that I keep having to constantly update my privacy settings lately. If this problem continues with FB I'm sure a replacement will come along that won't engage in these practices.
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What I don't like about it though is that I keep having to constantly update my privacy settings lately. If this problem continues with FB I'm sure a replacement will come along that won't engage in these practices.


that's the main issue...whatever you do, you leave traces and people can "find" and "read" or somehow "know" you, in spite of all the privacy settings (personal experience).
The best thing is...not using FB at all

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Good idea eives. I was enjoying this conversation. I think Facebook is the most useful when it comes to connecting win people you've never met. Like I said, this is ok for means long as no one says anything creepy. So far, I haven't had any problems like that, luckily.
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John has covered this topic before and I respect his and anyone's opinion on the subject. Hey at least when he had his FB for 20 minutes I was lucky enough to be one of his friends.
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I JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT I HAVE ENJOYED YOUR MUSIC SINCE THE BEGINNING. I AM PART NATIVE AMERICAN AND THROUGH THE YEARS I HAVE BECOME MORE NATIVE AMERICAN. I HAVE BECOME MORE A WARRIOR TRYING TO HELP ALL NATIVE AMERICANS WHEN WE STAND UP FOR OUR RIGHTS. YOUR MUSIC HAS ALWAYS BEEN WITH ME THROUGH ALL THESE TIMES. I HAVE TWO DAUGHTERS AND A GRAND DAUGHTER, AM DIVORCED, AND MY GRAND DAUGHTER HAS COME WITH ME ON SOME OF THE MORE PEACEFUL. WE ARE PEACEFUL ALWAYS. . I AM SO HAPPY THAT ASIA IS BACK TOGETHER. I LOVE ALL OF YOU BUT JOHN YOU ARE GREAT AND SO IS STEVE HOWE. I ALSO GOT MY GRAND DAUGHTER INTERESTED IN YOUR MUSIC, SHE IS 21 AND IN COLLEGE NOW. MY GRAND DAUGHTER IS THE ONE WHO GOT ME ON THE COMPUTER AND I LIKE IT. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME FOR ME SO I USED IT TO SAY HI      
TO MY FAVORITE BAND ! I CARRIED YOUR MUSIC WITH ME IN THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA AND EVERY WHERE ELSE I WENT.
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Welcome, matho, please enjoy our community. 
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Whoo Hoo!!! I got a A+ for my paper I did in my English class about you John. My professor put on my paper also "Interesting".


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John 'interesting' Wetton----yes, it has a certain devil-may-care je ne sais quoi.
Congrats on A+, that's cookin'.
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Now THAT, is SOMETHING, Becki !


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Congrats beck. Very interesting topic.
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