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  1. Mar-a-Lago
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    07 Jan '17 16:30
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Type 1. I was diagnosed when I was 23 and working like 70 hours a week. My nutrition sucked and I was living off apple juice and pop-tarts. So stress + crap nutrition + a strong immune system and my body went after the beta cells in the pancreas that make insulin. After years of "multiple daily insulin injections" I went on an insulin pump about 18 mont ...[text shortened]... noticed the cute ER intern fumbling in my panties trying to shove a catheter up my 'lady bits'.
    Not heard of that beta cells thing before, interesting.
    I do have 2 pals who had pancreatitis.Very nasty.
    Few people ever think of the pancreas.
    The heart liver and lungs get all the publicity.
  2. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    08 Jan '17 10:38
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Few people ever think of the pancreas.
    St Pancreas Station has bilingual signage!

    Liverpool and Hartlepool do not!
  3. Mar-a-Lago
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    08 Jan '17 10:42
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    St Pancreas Station has bilingual signage!

    Liverpool and Hartlepool do not!
    They hung a monkey at Hartlepool believing him to be a French spy as he couldn't speak English.
  4. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    08 Jan '17 10:46
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    They hung a monkey at Hartlepool believing him to be a French spy as he couldn't speak English.
    MI5: Oi you - monkey! What you up to in our green and pleasant land?

    Monkey: Je ne parle pas Anglais.

    MI5: Hang him!
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