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Dude put me on Z-Pak for 5 days (antibiotic)
wtf antibiotics for a virus
About the only excuse for that is if the stress of the flu weakened your immune system so badly that you got a bacterial infection on top.
Did doc say you had a bacterial infection?
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January 07, 2020, 02:39:17 AM


Dude put me on Z-Pak for 5 days (antibiotic)
wtf antibiotics for a virus
About the only excuse for that is if the stress of the flu weakened your immune system so badly that you got a bacterial infection on top.
Did doc say you had a bacterial infection?

He has said something about "mild bronchitis"
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January 07, 2020, 02:47:09 AM

On a more cheerful note:
The corn had a growth spurt of about a thousand smackeroos in the last five days.
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January 07, 2020, 03:05:25 AM
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bad cold sucks but is really no big deal
bad flu can kill you

Caught the flu twice in December. Developed into a nasty dry cough towards the end of fighting off the second flu. Never felt worse in my life before. Doctor diagnosed me with "Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome" and the lung x-rays results showed signs of mild bronchitis.

Dude put me on Z-Pak for 5 days (antibiotic), Albuterol inhaler, and QVAR inhaler corticosteroid to reduce inflamation. Platelet counts are higher than normal, likely due to fighting off the infections, but seeing a hematologist some-time this week to get the official rundown - Currently taking baby asprin every morning to thin my blood out a bit in the meantime.

Getting old fucking sucks.

z pak here too, among other things. like you said in a later post, test wasn't clear, so overly cautious. yea, this was nasty... and i'm not that old, i can't imagine for people my parents age.
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bad cold sucks but is really no big deal
bad flu can kill you

Caught the flu twice in December. Developed into a nasty dry cough towards the end of fighting off the second flu. Never felt worse in my life before. Doctor diagnosed me with "Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome" and the lung x-rays results showed signs of mild bronchitis.


This sounds like the same flu that swept the southern hemisphere last winter ... the nasty dry cough will linger for weeks and relapse flu bouts for 2, 3 or even 4 relapses about 2-3 weeks apart.

Also watch out for people with heart conditions, the virus appears to be attacking lung and heart muscles, cases of flu-induced heart failure were being reported, especially amongst the elderly.
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bad cold sucks but is really no big deal
bad flu can kill you

Caught the flu twice in December. Developed into a nasty dry cough towards the end of fighting off the second flu. Never felt worse in my life before. Doctor diagnosed me with "Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome" and the lung x-rays results showed signs of mild bronchitis.


This sounds like the same flu that swept the southern hemisphere last winter ... the nasty dry cough will linger for weeks and relapse flu bouts for 2, 3 or even 4 relapses about 2-3 weeks apart.

Also watch out for people with heart conditions, the virus appears to be attacking lung and heart muscles, cases of flu-induced heart failure were being reported, especially amongst the elderly.

oh. fun.
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It's not just him mic. and he's a bit of a shitcoiner, even though he keeps it away from here.
anyway i was sad to see heslo couldn't join under the new rules
there also was someone else i'd heard of but can't recall sorry

9851-9900

I hope I'm wrong and it's a lot higher but that's my guess

I didn't know about Hyperjacked.... though then WO's let us help heslo Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53506051#msg53506051  <----

I did see I had been removed from the list but then saw the rules of the 25 earned merit so I didn't speak up. I'm not upset (unless I guessed the right price then I'll be a little salty haha) I guess I'll just have to earn more merits for the next time Smiley
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January 07, 2020, 03:23:17 AM

today i did something different and shorted $eth for a change.

lets help them to get to their fair value.

Yeah.. even though ethereum is a fucking shit coin.... hopefully, you are not trying to get on our good side by suggesting that you are shorting shit coins.. and does not mean that you are NOT going to get rekt as fuck by playing those kinds of shorting games. 

But, hey, it's your money to lose.. #nohomo... &  #noloveforshitcoinethereum.   

Shorting any Crypto is always dangerous.

BTW, this little pump is encouraging, as it has pushed through resistance at 7600. Patience is needed, as price may well revisit the mid 7000s a few more times in the coming weeks, but a base might now be forming. Support at 6400 confirmed nicely.

Interesting to see where the high of this move comes in.


I lose a bit of confidence if altcoins pump equal to or greater than bitcoin, so likely we need to see a few days of performance to verify if the altcoins are following BTC or if they are attempting to appear as if they are leading.  I will have more confidence if the altcoins get left behind.. but what are the odds of that?  Maybe even wishful thinking on my part?

Further, like you suggested, we have experienced a few of these BTC upsurge movements, but they ended up correcting decent amounts, even if it took longer to correct than it had to go up, so in that regard, it can be difficult for buy pressure (support) to keep up if the price is just NOT ready for the Upwards movement and to establish a new station.  Personally, it would be nice to see $10k resistance to get challenged and then if necessary to settle back down into the $8,500 to $9,500 range for a few months that might end up dragging out to the halvening, or so. 

Likely you, majormax, are not nearly that optimistic - since you tend to gravitate towards erring on the pessimism (seemingly overly cautious [size=pt]bear - for our own good[/size] side of things).  I would not really be surprised if a kind of bearish stagnation between $7k and $10k drags out until the halvening and maybe even a few months thereafter, ... but if we don't sufficiently stay above the lower $7ks, then surely bears are going to want to resume attacking attempts on the current $6,425 local bottom.

TLDR:  I agree with everything that you say, majormax (not really, just saying it to be pseudo-diplomatic.. hahahahahaha).  The extent of this currently ongoing upcomening pumpening is critical.tm
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January 07, 2020, 03:25:18 AM
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Some analysts say that Bitcoin is on the verge of becoming parabolic, others of shoulder-head-shoulder pattern...


Source: https://twitter.com/BigCheds/status/1214305776812077058


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$btc setup is finally getting interesting👀


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Source: https://www.newsbtc.com/2020/01/07/bitcoin-is-on-the-brink-of-going-parabolic-heres-the-levels-to-watch/
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It's not just him mic. and he's a bit of a shitcoiner, even though he keeps it away from here.
anyway i was sad to see heslo couldn't join under the new rules
there also was someone else i'd heard of but can't recall sorry

9851-9900

I hope I'm wrong and it's a lot higher but that's my guess

I didn't know about Hyperjacked.... though then WO's let us help heslo Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53506051#msg53506051  <----

I did see I had been removed from the list but then saw the rules of the 25 earned merit so I didn't speak up. I'm not upset (unless I guessed the right price then I'll be a little salty haha) I guess I'll just have to earn more merits for the next time Smiley
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bad cold sucks but is really no big deal
bad flu can kill you

Caught the flu twice in December. Developed into a nasty dry cough towards the end of fighting off the second flu. Never felt worse in my life before. Doctor diagnosed me with "Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome" and the lung x-rays results showed signs of mild bronchitis.


This sounds like the same flu that swept the southern hemisphere last winter ... the nasty dry cough will linger for weeks and relapse flu bouts for 2, 3 or even 4 relapses about 2-3 weeks apart.

Also watch out for people with heart conditions, the virus appears to be attacking lung and heart muscles, cases of flu-induced heart failure were being reported, especially amongst the elderly.

oh. fun.

yeah, I know it was hell ... really sneaky bastard thing too.

The first bout was headaches, runny eyes, achey bones, tiredness, acute symptoms but nothing too serious ... then when you thought you were over it, BAM came back again in 2-3 weeks with sore throat, sinus pain, runny nose, coughing, laid up in bed ... then after getting over that it came back again in 2-3 weeks with all the chest pains, dry cough, really fucked-up feeling.

Like a designer flu the pharmas designed themselves in terms of amount of care and medicines needed to combat symptoms, but they over-stepped the mark with that heart failure shit  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes ... evil.
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It's not just him mic. and he's a bit of a shitcoiner, even though he keeps it away from here.
anyway i was sad to see heslo couldn't join under the new rules
there also was someone else i'd heard of but can't recall sorry

9851-9900

I hope I'm wrong and it's a lot higher but that's my guess

I didn't know about Hyperjacked.... though then WO's let us help heslo Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53506051#msg53506051  <----

I did see I had been removed from the list but then saw the rules of the 25 earned merit so I didn't speak up. I'm not upset (unless I guessed the right price then I'll be a little salty haha) I guess I'll just have to earn more merits for the next time Smiley
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It's not just him mic. and he's a bit of a shitcoiner, even though he keeps it away from here.
anyway i was sad to see heslo couldn't join under the new rules
there also was someone else i'd heard of but can't recall sorry

9851-9900

I hope I'm wrong and it's a lot higher but that's my guess

I didn't know about Hyperjacked.... though then WO's let us help heslo Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53506051#msg53506051  <----

I did see I had been removed from the list but then saw the rules of the 25 earned merit so I didn't speak up. I'm not upset (unless I guessed the right price then I'll be a little salty haha) I guess I'll just have to earn more merits for the next time Smiley
A small donation, I'd like to see more of you  Wink

Good man, thank you <3
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Sorry, when you can't even get the grammar right in your title I'm not reading your "analysis"


not you mcfly, the author
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It's not just him mic. and he's a bit of a shitcoiner, even though he keeps it away from here.
anyway i was sad to see heslo couldn't join under the new rules
there also was someone else i'd heard of but can't recall sorry

9851-9900

I hope I'm wrong and it's a lot higher but that's my guess

I didn't know about Hyperjacked.... though then WO's let us help heslo Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5214437.msg53506051#msg53506051  <----

I did see I had been removed from the list but then saw the rules of the 25 earned merit so I didn't speak up. I'm not upset (unless I guessed the right price then I'll be a little salty haha) I guess I'll just have to earn more merits for the next time Smiley
A small donation, I'd like to see more of you  Wink

 

You too Big boy Wink LOL
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January 07, 2020, 04:24:36 AM

bad cold sucks but is really no big deal
bad flu can kill you

Caught the flu twice in December. Developed into a nasty dry cough towards the end of fighting off the second flu. Never felt worse in my life before. Doctor diagnosed me with "Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome" and the lung x-rays results showed signs of mild bronchitis.

Dude put me on Z-Pak for 5 days (antibiotic), Albuterol inhaler, and QVAR inhaler corticosteroid to reduce inflamation. Platelet counts are higher than normal, likely due to fighting off the infections, but seeing a hematologist some-time this week to get the official rundown - Currently taking baby asprin every morning to thin my blood out a bit in the meantime.

Getting old fucking sucks.

Sorry to hear that ... did you catch the flu even after getting a flu shot?
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