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Try getting a new motor on your boat to see if it s OK+ the costs

Getting a colonoscopy===drinkin that horrible prep solution X 2 and worryin about the results

And havin your taxes done.

AND GETTIN THE WRONG STUFF IN A TACKLE ORDER.

 

ALL WITHIN  A WEEK ====THAT IS REAL STRESS IN THE RED ZONE

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I`M BACK IN THE GREEN NOW==I SURVIVED IT .

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Wow. Got tackle order coming in today via UPS,

I sure hope it's the right stuff.

 

And I'm doing my own taxes...ugh.

 

Don't own a boat, so no motor issues...

 

Oh, and Roto Rooter not scheduled for at least 2 

more years. Phew.

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My wife is an accountant so taxes are covered. 

 

Boat is still in storage due to too much work.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

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1 hour ago, Redlinerobert said:

My wife is an accountant so taxes are covered. 

 

Boat is still in storage due to too much work.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

Who'd of thunk you were so easy? ish.gif

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Redline he will not buy you dinner, and you will pay him good money for the privilege!

 

Catch 22 glad you survived the week. Some are better than others...

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Had my fair share of boat expenses the last few months, I can sympathize

Dad, sister, and son are all accountants. so that's all taken care of

I could probably get a wrong shipment of tackle and never even notice it was wrong

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Colonoscopy prep is tough but the real tough part is when they find a polyp and you have to wait 2 weeks for the results of the sample. Thankfully, for me, the results were that the polyps were benign as most are. But its always good to get the procedure done. Its worth the stress to make sure.

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Both my boys (3 and 3 months), my wife, and I are all sick and have been for a few weeks now. The stuff nobody wants to do when they're sick (house keeping, laundry, dishes, grocery shopping), can't be put off any longer on top of still having to take care of 2 sick and fussy young boys. The stress of dealing with it and just wanting everyone to get better is getting to my wife and I big time. Nothing much worse than your kids being sick. 

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glad to here everything came out ok. NO FUN!! you should have walked in with an "EXIT ONLY"  sign on your back.:MSN-Emoticon-show-ass-107: hope your new motor runs good. working on boat YUCK!:MSN-Emoticon-sick-146: fishing YA!!!:happy-100:

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On 3/22/2017 at 3:44 PM, Catch 22 said:

Try getting a new motor on your boat to see if it s OK+ the costs

Getting a colonoscopy===drinkin that horrible prep solution X 2 and worryin about the results

And havin your taxes done.

AND GETTIN THE WRONG STUFF IN A TACKLE ORDER.

 

ALL WITHIN  A WEEK ====THAT IS REAL STRESS IN THE RED ZONE

.

I`M BACK IN THE GREEN NOW==I SURVIVED IT .

 

 

Nothing there I couldn't suck up, except maybe getting the wrong stuff from Tackle Warehouse    :angry7:

 

 

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Just remember, someone (actually millions) have had a worse week. Smile, think positive and keep on keeping on. 

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On 3/22/2017 at 9:35 PM, Redlinerobert said:

My wife is an accountant so taxes are covered. 

 

Boat is still in storage due to too much work.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

Fat chance.  You'll be lucky if the doc has the decency to pipe in some mood music, though they do dim down the lights.  

 

Now, if you really want something that might give you pause.  If you ever need an endoscopy where they can examine your throat and stomach, make sure that they don't use the colonoscopy tube by mistake.

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On ‎3‎/‎22‎/‎2017 at 8:35 PM, Redlinerobert said:

My wife is an accountant so taxes are covered. 

 

Boat is still in storage due to too much work.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

As long as he doesn't talk dirty to you or give you a reach around you should be ok.

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You knuckleheads really know how to take this to the next level.

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2 hours ago, Redlinerobert said:

You knuckleheads really know how to take this to the next level.

 

This from someone who opened the door with this comment.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

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I had to have the probing at the ripe old age of 26 due to an infection in my prostate. The doctor referred me to a specialist to make sure it wasn't prostate cancer. The new doctor basically told me I was way to young for prostate cancer but insisted on checking :huh: I felt a little violated after that...

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5 hours ago, Fishing Rhino said:

 

This from someone who opened the door with this comment.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

 

My comment was innocent.  :) 

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As long as you don't go back for another one ........

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On April 3, 2017 at 1:20 PM, Fishing Rhino said:

Fat chance.  You'll be lucky if the doc has the decency to pipe in some mood music, though they do dim down the lights.  

 

Now, if you really want something that might give you pause.  If you ever need an endoscopy where they can examine your throat and stomach, make sure that they don't use the colonoscopy tube by mistake.

i asked them to make sure they did the endoscopy first : - /

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On 3/22/2017 at 8:35 PM, Redlinerobert said:

My wife is an accountant so taxes are covered. 

 

Boat is still in storage due to too much work.

 

My doctor better buy me dinner before my first colonoscopy. 

Ill buy you dinner. Might even give you the colonoscopy for free. Cant be too difficult to perform the procedure. Hell the pipefitter can help me with it. :devil:

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Ran out of beer on hole 16

 

shooting even par

 

beer cart girl done for the day

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I just received the medical notice for the cost of the colonoscopy. A shade over $5 K.So thankful I have good insurance.

Love the repower on the boat

Tackle order =OK now

Taxes didn`t sting to bad.

Local saltwater catchin has been on fire.

Been fishing 6 days in a row now

Just booked a tuna trip  to Cape Hatteras,NC

Life is good

 

 

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