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    Very glad you are getting such great responses on your project.

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    I wrote a LinkedIn article on how CLEAR SKIES came to be, and the tremendous results we've had so far (17K+ likes, 29K+ views, 13K+ positive comments, 800+ new subscribers ... all in the first 20 days!).

    If interested, give it a read at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/web-s...eorge-h-white/

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    Thank you both. Surgery seems to have went well. I feel like a steaming pile but not as bad (to this point) as the first surgery.

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    If all goes well, after the pain and cost, I hope you will feel and look better.


    As we get older, pain finds us, no matter how hard we try to hide.
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    Tomorrow I'm off for some oral surgery. Shattered front top teeth from 34-35 years ago are now costing me $10K (plus whatever the initial cost was when I was a child). Insanity.

    Two surgeries (maybe a third), bone grafting, more grafting, implants, temp. dentures, then crowns. Ughh.

    I guess this isn't so random. Maybe belongs in the displeased and bothered thread.

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    Hope you have an easy and quick recovery, Tim! Use it as an excuse to eat all the ice cream you want.
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    George: "Oh, yeah, Reilly? Well, the jerk store called, and they're running out of you!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    Thank you both. Surgery seems to have went well. I feel like a steaming pile but not as bad (to this point) as the first surgery.
    Speedy recovery to you!

    I had a similar surgery done a few years back on my back teeth on one side - bone grafting, etc., and gum restauration as well, so that my teeth would not end up in my cheek.

    Unfortunately, for me recovery was rather painful, especially the place where they took the gum graft from (on the roof of the mouth - the pain of it being cut out woke me from medically induced sleep during the surgery, and it was the slowest to heal too).
    One thing I came to realize during the healing process was that even when you think you've healed enough to eat your favorite foods (if they are spicy or salty).....wait some more

    Now, 6 years later, I can say I am happy with the results, and I wish your entire procedure will be a success too.
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    Sending loads of goodmind for a speedy recovery!
    "Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Be careful that she doesn't start slowing replacing them with BOMCs

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    A fun list of books. The interesting thing is they modified the rules to exclude the bulk of SK as he received around 15% of the nominations for the list.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/08/16/63277...horror-stories
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    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com. Early May a package arrived there that I wasnít expecting. I must have sent it there by mistake when ordering. I donít remember which book or where I ordered it. (Iím not the sharpest tool in the shed.) To save money I forwarded it via USPS economy airmail.

    It still hasnít arrived. Iím not worried or mad or anything, just curious why the process takes so much longer compared to priority. Does it get thrown in a corner? Is it handled by a different staff? It seems odd that paying extra makes things go so much faster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent View Post
    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com. Early May a package arrived there that I wasnít expecting. I must have sent it there by mistake when ordering. I donít remember which book or where I ordered it. (Iím not the sharpest tool in the shed.) To save money I forwarded it via USPS economy airmail.

    It still hasnít arrived. Iím not worried or mad or anything, just curious why the process takes so much longer compared to priority. Does it get thrown in a corner? Is it handled by a different staff? It seems odd that paying extra makes things go so much faster.


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    With economy, they just drop kick your package and hope it lands in the right pile. If not repeat over and over until it's finally right. THEN once it's there they throw it on a plane (might be going to the right place who knows) and as they pass over the country they just drop it out the plane and hope it makes it's way to your post for delivery.

    All kidding but I wouldn't trust anything USPS for economy. I tried sending a graduation card to my buddy in May he didn't get it for 4 weeks and it was travelling all of 4 hours east...

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