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Freak Fest II, baby!

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    Poor b*****s, I hope they got their flu shots!

     
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    I don't know , but I do know that within the medical community the term etoh is used instead of alcohol ie: etoh withdrawal protocol is what would be ordered for an alcoholic admitted to a detox.

    PS: As you can see from tt's recent comment in Talk to BDC I have been offering occasional words of wisdom in CC, lol

     
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    I love that song!  I was working as a waitress when it was popular, carrying those heavy trays with lobsters and steamers on my shoulder.

    The Candy Man was often playing on the jukebox then, before the country western trio came in at 8p.

    Those were the days!

     
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    Remember May Britt, Sammy's second wife? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_Britt

    She remarried and is doing well.

     
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     I remember the adults talking about it...I was a toddler at the time of course :)

     
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    I gave your friend a lift to the Pine Street Inn (a wonderful establishment) he's all set.

     http://www.pinestreetinn.org/

    They put on quite the feast at Thanksgiving,  really amazing.

     
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    I hope a good time was had by all!

     
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    error/delete

     
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    Just catching up Robin on posts and seen this. Light therapy helps. Here is link to the Mayo clinic. No meds needed.

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/seasonal-affective-disorder/DS00195

     

    In response to Robin39's comment:

    Isn't this a pretty song?  I know it's sad (seasonal affective disorder) but you can forget about it Dr Ache, I'm not taking any meds!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3nu-qmxM0w

    Blood Sweat and Tears - Sometimes In Winter  
    (Steve Katz)

    Sometimes in Winter
    I gaze into the streets
    and walk through snow and city sleet
    behind your room

    Sometimes in Winter
    forgotten memories
    remember you behind the trees
    with leaves that cried

    By the window once I waited for you
    laughing slightly you would run
    trees alone would shield us in the meadow
    makin' love in the evening sun

    Now you're gone girl
    and the lamp posts call your name
    I can hear, them
    in the spring of frozen rain
    now you're gone girl
    and the time's slowed down till dawn
    It's a cold room and the walls ask
    where you've gone

    Sometimes In Winter
    I love you when the good times
    seem like mem'ries in the spring
    that never came

    Sometimes In Winter
    I wish the empty streets
    Would fill with laughter from the tears
    that ease my pain




     
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