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    Chef_eam's Avatar
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    Dec 12, 2009
    iMac 27" 2.66GHz i5, 1TB HDD, 12GB RAM, OS X 10.7.3, iPod Classic 160GB,iPad 1 64GB Wi-fi, iPhone 4S
    Mid-year resolution....
    With July almost half over, I decided to make a mid-year resolution. I resolve that when I begin to get sick, if it has not cleared up in a couple of days, I will GO TO THE DOCTOR! I let an severe ear ache go unattended for a week and a half before I finally went to the doctor yesterday. Now, what should have been a simple ear infection, is now an infection that has spread down through my jaw and into the lymph nodes in my neck. This hurts more than having hot pork fat poured in your shoe (been there, done that too).

    I do believe that I have learned my lesson on this one the hard way. Dummy will go to the doctor when necessary. I am, after all, one of the lucky ones who does still have health insurance.

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    Derek McNelly's Avatar
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    Feb 04, 2008
    Detroit, Michigan
    MacBook Pro 15" - 2.3 GHz Quad i7- 12GB RAM - 500GB SSD - 1TB HDD - macOS Sierra
    Mid-Year resolutions are a great idea.

    I need to save more money and get new tires for my car.

    That's my mid-year resolution.
    MacBook Pro 2.3 GHz Quad i7 - 12GB RAM - 500GB SSD - 1TB HDD - macOS Sierra
    MacBook Air 1.3 GHz Core i5 - 4 GB RAM - 128 GB SSD - macOS Sierra

    MoTM February 2009

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    CarpathiaMan's Avatar
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    Jan 06, 2010
    Michigan, USA
    Mac mini | Intel Core i5 | 8 GB RAM | 240 GB SSD | Dell 27" LCD | OS X 10.10.x
    Well, hopefully you caught it in time so that it doesn't even get any worse.

    Kind of reminds me of the time 10 years ago when I had pain in my abdomen ... well, after three days, you start to wonder whether it's more than just a stomach ache. Turned out I had to get my appendix removed, and it was a darn close call.

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