Dr. Seuss is spin, spin, spinning!
teamcourage at vcn.com
Fri Feb 4 11:16:50 PST 2000
nope it is spelled just like it spelled it i spelled it of the bottle you
should join Stacy click and hang with her at the aca meeting if you go since
your in the perfect club with her
----- Original Message -----
From: Scott Wennekes <awanker at hotmail.com>
To: Amputee Information Network <amp-l at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2000 8:05 AM
Subject: Dr. Seuss is spin, spin, spinning!
> C'mon Dave,
> You must surely know where periods go. In case you forgot, or never knew
> it, they are little dots at the end of a sentence. <----- Like that one.
> You insert them, uner the easiest of circumstances, whenever you are
> finished a thought, or if you are reading out loud, whenever you take a
> breath. Normally, but not real neccesary, the first letter following the
> period is capitalized. Pick up any book, like Jack and Jill, and you will
> see an example of sentence structure. Make a little effort here, so we
> respond to your posts. You really give me a headache. And I have already
> done the crossword puzzle this morning. And use the goddam spell checker
> that AOL has near the send button. Just some courtesy for all involved.
> And b.t.w., if you are referring to OXYCOCET, "well has any body taken
> oxycontin", it works fine for phantom pains for me. I couldn't make out
> much of the rest, and didn't feel like working to read your lousy, no
> effort, unintelligible, grade 1 post.
> Scott Wennekes
> awanker at hotmail.com
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> Chinese proverb of day:
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> you wrote in broken english? : From: "Dave Fales" <teamcourage at vcn.com>
> To: "SJU List for Amputees" <AMPUTEE at MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>,
> <list at mail.sgleaders.com>, <amp-l at u.washington.edu>
> Subject: phatom pains
> Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 22:09:10 -0700
> well has any body taken oxycontin my pain doc decide since the radio
> frequency didn't work we will try narcotic the above mentioned one if it
> works then i will go into surgery and have a morphine pump inserted and
> use that for the phantoms he is very experienced with phantoms and said in
> every case that he has worked with a lot every body at my pros office sees
> him also plus people from Colorado and all over if radio frequency doesn't
> work the pump does and i guess you go in once every couple months he hooks
> mouse looking thing to reset the pump and check it and then stick a
> through the skin to the port on the pump any body use this med or the pump
> if this med works i will go for the pump he said every 2 years you have to
> go back to surgery to change the battery on the pump
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