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Old 03-05-2008, 06:28 PM   #511
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Insulin. Balances all the sugars that enter your body. I know this in great detail thanks to my brother's diabetes.
Beat you to it, fuck-stick.

Your brother Type I or II, and forgive me if I have already asked.
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So, I got Lily to laugh for the first time ever this morning. Pretty much the highlight of my day.
Well done. Did you hold up the photo of the guy that looks like you for a comparison?
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Beat you to it, fuck-stick.

Your brother Type I or II, and forgive me if I have already asked.
Type I.
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So you can't live without it? It sounds like the type of thing that we could manufacture a suitable replacement.
Diabetics don't have functioning pancreases. Hence, insulin shots and insulin pumps.
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So, I got Lily to laugh for the first time ever this morning. Pretty much the highlight of my day.
I love it when babies laugh. Cutest things ever!
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Diabetics don't have functioning pancreases. Hence, insulin shots and insulin pumps.
The above applies to Type I, not type II.
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Diabetics don't have functioning pancreases. Hence, insulin shots and insulin pumps.

So, why don't they remove the pancreas in people with pancreatic cancer (and yes, I'm sure someone has thought of this before. That's why I ask.)?
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Ah, that makes complete sense.

Does he miss aspects of it, or is he just relieved, the way many newly retired people are?
He's VERY relieved. This particular church was very stressful to him, and he retired mostly because of his health. Thank goodness because of it he has been able to drastically cut back on his blood pressure medicine and get full nights of sleep
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BTW - my douche bag meter goes to 11.
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I know. I LOVE to laugh, so it was pretty amazing to think that the very FIRST time she did one of my favorite things it was because of me.


I remember the first time Sarah ever kissed me. I was driving to the pediatrician and some old lady made an illegal left-hand turn and drove into the side of my car. I flew out the passenger door into the back seat, very shaken, to check her. She was find and I picked her up out of her seat, and she reached forward and gave me a baby kiss. Awwww. Those events stay with you forever.
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The above applies to Type I, not type II.
Ah, yes, I'm not as studied in Type II, but thanks for reminding me.
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I still like going for the community thing. I'd say if I did it purely based on my views, I'd be somewhere between agnostic and athiest, and wouldn't be going to church.
Interesting.
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So, why don't they remove the pancreas in people with pancreatic cancer (and yes, I'm sure someone has thought of this before. That's why I ask.)?
The pancreas does more than deal with insulin release.
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So, why don't they remove the pancreas in people with pancreatic cancer (and yes, I'm sure someone has thought of this before. That's why I ask.)?
I imagine the ideal is that they get the cancer out before it spreads.

It sounds like the biggest danger for pancreatic cancer is the spreading.
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I remember the first time Sarah ever kissed me. I was driving to the pediatrician and some old lady made an illegal left-hand turn and drove into the side of my car. I flew out the passenger door into the back seat, very shaken, to check her. She was find and I picked her up out of her seat, and she reached forward and gave me a baby kiss. Awwww. Those events stay with you forever.

Love it.

I was holding my 9 month old niece last week. I hadn't shaved in a few days and she started stroking my beard and then all of a sudden leaned in a kissed me. I can't remember the last time I laughed that much.
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