Hey Baitman, long time, great to "see" you here. How's life, you still in AB? I'm in SK mostly now, have a good friend house sitting long term in Calgary for us still, we still come back frequently though. It'll be much less so now, I'm stuck in a wheelchair for at least another month or two, and taking care of my father now is 3x harder than before due to this, so I/we am going to stay here probably for the winter.
Storch, I was a Francophone from birth, I spoke French before English (unfortunately) - I went to a French school too, it was run by nuns/priests/brothers, and I've posted before what a shit show that was under their draconian punishments. These days they'd all be in prison, big time, but in the late 70s and early 80s they got away with all of that. Anyhow, I HATED Francophones and anything to do with the French because of my experience with that school, for a long time as well. I'm of the same mind as you now, I let all of that go, and of course most of the French people I know now are fantastic people. I still speak French, just not as fluently as I did as a kid before moving to English schools in High School. Tabarnac. Tabar-fucking-nac.
Hey Slam, I have some pics of the new hardware in the leg as of yesterday. It's been 13 days since surgery and the first pics I posted. Not sure why the one part of the bone seems to be floating in space in my leg, the surgeon again was a no show, but promised I could speak to him at my next appointment (4 weeks). What a fucking shit show our medical system is - I'd love a chance to speak on the next leftist news show that holds up Canada's system as a utopia of health care. Not sure if you're still up here and able to ask your sister about these again. The nurse took out my 137 staples from the 7 incisions they had to make for this BS, they are healing well, only 2 bled during the removal process. She told me to be patient and that healing will take longer due to my SLE/Type1 Diabetes, (yes, thanks nurse for telling me what I've been told 10,000 times now, and already knew before the first time they "informed" me of this), but based on the incisions, I'm healing at a normal rate on the outside. So knock on wood for the insides, but the floating part of the bone which doesn't seem to be attached to the main bone has me wondering wtf. Thanks in advance if she's able to check these out, if not, no worries, and I really appreciate the info she gave me through you already.
Anyhow, pics from Imgur -
Yea. Remarried to a Latina. Shut my business down in BC and concentrating on building drilling rigs in High River.
You still on Diefinbaker lake?