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Old 02-02-21, 06:08 PM
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Or our nation’s capitol for that matter. My saving grace is my commute being at 5:30 am and 4:00 pm. Have I have to be on the roads during “regular” commute, I think I’d be suicidal after 5 minutes of sharing the road with everyone who think they’re out on the glaciers of Iceland, trying to drive a sports cars with slick tires.
When we lived in the Boston area, each snowfall was an occasion for every ******* with a large AWD vehicle to go out and drive it in as aggressive a manner as possible, e.g., two inches from your rear bumper, until they claimed a life or slid unrecoverably off the road.
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All this talk of technical medical science went right over my head. I mean I understood some of the words. The smaller ones at least. I now have the same glazed expression that people do when I tell them I'm an accountant and that it is fun and exciting.
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All this talk of technical medical science went right over my head. I mean I understood some of the words. The smaller ones at least. I now have the same glazed expression that people do when I tell them I'm an accountant and that it is fun and exciting.
Story of my life. I generally let my wife translate for the common people.
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When we lived in the Boston area, each snowfall was an occasion for every ******* with a large AWD vehicle to go out and drive it in as aggressive a manner as possible, e.g., two inches from your rear bumper, until they claimed a life or slid unrecoverably off the road.
Certainly, DC metro area has its share of those. I too, belong to the group of large SUV owners in fact.
The large portion of the reason I ended up in a large awd suv is having been stuck in DC traffic between them and being harassed for years on end.*

Second reason is to be able to have 4 teenagers and my daughter in there for car pooling, but having established reason 1 above, I was going to get a large awd suv anyway, but still, at least the third row seating got used till Covid shut schools down, so that’s something.

My gripe is with the drivers that drive 10 mph on Georgia Avenue, centering the lane divider (white lane, and once the double yellows) just because there’s a dusting of snow on the asphalt.

* Previous car’s roof line was below the window start line of many SUVs. Sigh, I do miss that car.
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Based on what I've been learning the last year or so, the promise of individualized medicine is just that at the moment - a promise.
Correct. It's trial and error at the witch doctor's for the foreseeable future.
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We're also not nearly as good as we should be in terms of aggregate clinical outcomes. We get what our system is designed to provide.
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Hard to imagine anyone getting out with 3/4 inch of snow.
That's why schools were closed here yesterday.
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When we lived in the Boston area, each snowfall was an occasion for every ******* with a large AWD vehicle to go out and drive it in as aggressive a manner as possible, e.g., two inches from your rear bumper, until they claimed a life or slid unrecoverably off the road.
When we lived in the mountains we would see that a lot. There are steep grades, up to 15% on the main road, and those bigger vehicles don't want to stop on icy roads.
Smaller vehicles with studded tires are the shiznit.
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Just learned this year’s little attaboy bonus will be about the size of a nice Di2 bike.
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Just learned this year’s little attaboy bonus will be about the size of a nice Di2 bike.
Quick. buy a nice Di2 bike before something on the Break Out Another Thousand goes wrong.
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bought a chain checker today. Past .5 but not .75.

that’s about as exciting as it got here.
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On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
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Quick. buy a nice Di2 bike before something on the Break Out Another Thousand goes wrong.
This is the thing. I’m almost certainly too cheap to blow it on a bike, when I’ve already got a good one.

I don’t get it for a few months, anyway.
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On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
I don’t even know what to say. That sucks. Sorry you are going through that.
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This is the thing. I’m almost certainly too cheap to blow it on a bike, when I’ve already got a good one.

I don’t get it for a few months, anyway.

A lot can happen in a few months. Your bike could start shifting funny, then the only logical thing to do it replace it.
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The spoke is replaced and ready to roll for tomorrow

....but it was one of those increasingly involved repairs.

First, the nipple had to be fished out of the rim; it wasn't magnetic, so I resigned myself to removing and the rim tape when a few minutes worth of jiggling didn't free the nipple.

Then I found that both the brake rotor and the cassette were interfering with lacing the spoke through the hub eyelet, so I had to remove both (having to dig up a T-25 for the 6-bolt rotor).

Got the spoke laced and tensioned and the tire trued easily enough.

Cleaned up the rim bed for the new tape and slapped that on. Reinstalled tire and tube. Reinstalled cassette and rotor. Popped the wheel back in and DONE!

Well, not quite. Somehow, during this whole process, the rotor alignment changed significantly - pushing in the pistons wasn't enough, so I had to reposition the calipers. In that process, I discovered that whomever designed the Haanjo was an idiot and didn't leave very much clearance for one of the caliper fasteners. None of my halfway decent tools would fit, so I had to rummage through the toolbox for one of those cheapie L-shaped Allen wrenches.

So yeah, what should have been a quick job ballooned and took almost a 1/4 of a Velo Vol bar wrapping session.
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In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
I don't know anything about A Fib but it doesn't sound good so I hope the Doug drugs work as intended.
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On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
I don't know a lick about this sort of thing, but it's good to hear that it didn't go worse and I hope that you're able to return to your normal level of activity.
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So yeah, what should have been a quick job ballooned and took almost a 1/4 of a Velo Vol bar wrapping session.
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
Sorry to read this. I had a minor issue with it a few years ago and it was a problem getting anything from the docs. Got to hear how I "look good for my age" until I asked one of them to stop saying that. Insurance declined a consultation with a cardiologist until I had seen the second doctor twice, I think, and by that time the symptoms had subsided.
My problems may have had a lot to do with overdoing it on fast rides. Plus, I am a bad stress manager.
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
****. I'm sorry to hear this. Way too many cyclists with heart issues. I know 4 people that have had ablations do to weird heart stuff, and that's disturbing.

I hope things turn more positive for you.
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
Oh man. Hope things turn out okay.
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****. I'm sorry to hear this. Way too many cyclists with heart issues. I know 4 people that have had ablations do to weird heart stuff, and that's disturbing.

I hope things turn more positive for you.
Lennard Zinn wrote a book about it called "The Haywire Heart".
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On January 23rd I was admitted to the hospital with A Fib that happened on my ride. Thankfully, I only got two miles out when it hit the fan. Luckily the way back was flat to downhill. After 18 hours in the hospital, I converted naturally to a regular rhythm and was discharged in the afternoon.
I'm on a blood thinner and beta blocker and am wearing a monitor until Feb 11. I have a stress test on 2/17 and a follow up with the cardiologist to go over the monitor and stress test results on 3/17. The stress test is chemical (Speed or similar)and they will be looking at my heart as it happens.
The good thing is I am considered a low risk but am looking forward to the results so I know what lies ahead for me and what changes and limits I'll have.
I've been processing this for a week+ and haven't posted until i had my follow up yesterday and got some more information. I left the hospital pretty much in the dark which is bizarre. It's not like I was the first person to be diagnosed. Something like "you've been diagnosed with A Fib here are the 10 things you need to know" Alas, no dice.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "that's all I've got to say about that."
damn. that sucks. hopefully you get a quick diagnosis and heal up well.
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