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bampilot06 03-14-22 02:09 PM

So far doctor is stumped. Working up the courage to pee in a cup. I donít have pee anxiety but I didnít drink water before I came. Maybe shinglesÖÖ.. or maybe kidney stones but not big ones.

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bampilot06 03-14-22 02:10 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22438912)
I can give you my recipe for chocolate cheesecake, if you like. It's whipped, and delicious. I wish I could say it's low cal like other cheesecakes, but it's not.... Sadly, it won't do for you today, as it needs to set up for more than a few hours.


my mom used to make the cho late whipped pie using jellow pudding mix . It was sooooooo good and actualy not all that bad for you.

genejockey 03-14-22 02:12 PM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22438915)
So far doctor is stumped. Working up the courage to pee in a cup. I donít have pee anxiety but I didnít drink water before I came. Maybe shinglesÖÖ.. or maybe kidney stones but not big ones.

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Not all kidney stones cause days of screaming agony. For me, some have been fairly mild and over with quickly. Never had shingles, though. Did you have chickenpox as a ute?

bampilot06 03-14-22 02:17 PM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22438920)
Not all kidney stones cause days of screaming agony. For me, some have been fairly mild and over with quickly. Never had shingles, though. Did you have chickenpox as a ute?


I did, but Iím not sure I ever had the shingles vaccine. I donít know. Good news itís not appendicitis. All I could think about was being at 30,000 feet and that thing exploding. Talk about a bad day.

bampilot06 03-14-22 02:19 PM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22438890)
My kids, the dummies, don't like fruit pies and it's been challenging to find something like a chocolate cream pie today. :notamused:


Come back to Willyburg. My MIL just made like a chocolate cakes.


Oh and speaking of which. The chocolate chips in the trail mix were definitely causing the headaches.

I know you were all concerned. Rest easy tonight.

Mojo31 03-14-22 02:19 PM

Porsche "f*** me" moment of the day.

Time for a new one.

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...433339770b.jpg

genejockey 03-14-22 02:26 PM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22438926)
I did, but Iím not sure I ever had the shingles vaccine. I donít know. Good news itís not appendicitis. All I could think about was being at 30,000 feet and that thing exploding. Talk about a bad day.

Generally - though the actual docs should comment - it's recommended for Olds like me, not young whippersnappers like you.

genejockey 03-14-22 02:27 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22438931)
Porsche "f*** me" moment of the day.

Time for a new one.

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...433339770b.jpg

That is NOT how you keep tires on your rims.

Mojo31 03-14-22 02:28 PM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22438948)
That is NOT how you keep tires on your rims.

Tell my wife. This kind of stuff just finds her.

LAJ 03-14-22 02:39 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22438949)
Tell my wife. This kind of stuff just finds her.

All 4 I imagine.

Listen to "Dinner With Racers" podcast. It's actually very good, and not NASCAR centric, which is awesome. They're sponsored by Continental Tire, and you'll love how they say it.

LAJ 03-14-22 02:41 PM

"Tom Brady spent two months with his children and decided he’d rather be hit be 300 pound linemen. I think that tells me everything I need to know about having kids"

Oh man.... This made me laugh.

Mojo31 03-14-22 02:57 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22438960)
All 4 I imagine.

Listen to "Dinner With Racers" podcast. It's actually very good, and not NASCAR centric, which is awesome. They're sponsored by Continental Tire, and you'll love how they say it.

Likely just the one. Worst case, the two fronts.

I'll check that podcast out.

Bah Humbug 03-14-22 03:01 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22438399)
Won't matter once we are all radiated.

Seeing the fear mongering on the cover of the National Enquirer at HEB this afternoon made it seem much less likely, somehow.

BillyD 03-14-22 03:03 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22438879)
You don't need 180g. Most people can get by with 0.8-1g protein/Kg body weight. And it's hard to NOT get that with a varied diet, vegan or otherwise.

Dammit, now you got me doing math and conversions and stuff. :notamused:

Also, define "most people".

Bah Humbug 03-14-22 03:05 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22438658)
I know the system is not easily programmed for this, but my suggestion has been that a thread over a certain age (maybe 1 year?) could only be bumped by the OP and possibly someone else who had posted in it, to update it. It makes sense to start a new thread 98% of the time.

/end rant

You can:
1) Auto-lock old threads and unlock if someone with legit interest pings a moderator (what, once a year?)
2) Send new posts on old threads into a moderation queue for review

I've had other ideas in the past that I can't remember now.

Bah Humbug 03-14-22 03:08 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22438963)
"Tom Brady spent two months with his children and decided heíd rather be hit be 300 pound linemen. I think that tells me everything I need to know about having kids"

Oh man.... This made me laugh.

"I want to spend more time with my family."

"Nevermind!"

BillyD 03-14-22 03:09 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22438912)
I can give you my recipe for chocolate cheesecake, if you like. It's whipped, and delicious. I wish I could say it's low cal like other cheesecakes, but it's not.... Sadly, it won't do for you today, as it needs to set up for more than a few hours.

That's worth waiting for. :love:

BillyD 03-14-22 03:15 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 22438963)
"Tom Brady spent two months with his children and decided he’d rather be hit be 300 pound linemen. I think that tells me everything I need to know about having kids"

Oh man.... This made me laugh.

Another celebrity broken marriage in the making, womenz don't like that kind of stuff. Unfortunately it's the kids that suffer the most.

genejockey 03-14-22 03:16 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22438949)
Tell my wife. This kind of stuff just finds her.

She must have a magnetic personality.

rjones28 03-14-22 03:33 PM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22438872)
When I get to year two pay, I would like to try to eat that way when I am home. On the road, not economically possible for me.


With that being said, I donít eat a lot of red meat as it is. I canít remember the last time I cooked a steak.

November 2011. There was much smoke.

Mojo31 03-14-22 03:35 PM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22439004)
She must have a magnetic personality.

She dropped her car with the bolt in the tire at my office so she could take the Jeep to a Fort Worth appointment. I saw the problem, so I took her car home as I did not want to be stuck here with a flat and no spare. I then returned with the Taycan. Now, it's rained, so not only do I have to buy her a new tire, I have to wash what was a clean car.

First world, OCD problems.

rjones28 03-14-22 03:37 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22438931)
Porsche "f*** me" moment of the day.

Time for a new one.

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...433339770b.jpg

What's the problem?

;)

Mojo31 03-14-22 03:47 PM


Originally Posted by rjones28 (Post 22439020)
What's the problem?

;)

It goes "tha thunk, tha thunk" as it goes round and round.

rjones28 03-14-22 03:48 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22439018)
She dropped her car with the bolt in the tire at my office so she could take the Jeep to a Fort Worth appointment. I saw the problem, so I took her car home as I did not want to be stuck here with a flat and no spare. I then returned with the Taycan. Now, it's rained, so not only do I have to buy her a new tire, I have to wash what was a clean car.

First world, OCD problems.

The SportWagen is scheduled for desalination this week. New wheels and tires next month.

rjones28 03-14-22 03:51 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22439033)
It goes "tha thunk, tha thunk" as it goes round and round.

Turn up the radio.

genejockey 03-14-22 03:57 PM

Do any of you who are more serious about training do shortish recovery rides, say, after your longest day in the saddle? I'm thinking of adding a 30-45 minute, Z1 Zwift ride on Mondays after my long Sunday ride, because sometimes on Tuesdays it feels like I spend a lot of my warmup getting my legs not to feel sore.

genejockey 03-14-22 03:58 PM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22439033)
It goes "tha thunk, tha thunk" as it goes round and round.

Add a whole bunch more, and save those tires for icy conditions?

genejockey 03-14-22 04:01 PM


Originally Posted by rjones28 (Post 22439039)
Turn up the radio.

This is how I dealt with the infamous "Hemi Tick" in the Dodge, which sounds like valve noise. Pages and pages of posts on Challenger forums about it. It has done it since new and now has >80K miles without getting louder or softer, or grenading. So I turn up the radio.

LAJ 03-14-22 04:01 PM


Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 22439000)
That's worth waiting for. :love:

It's so easy you won't believe it.

1.5 packages of cream cheese
1 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
1 tsp vanilla
2 large "good" candy bars. Can be dark or milk chocolate. Approximately 8 oz. Those work better than chips, because chips have oil in them and don't work well in the mix. Good though. Not Hershey's or that ilk.
1 8 oz tub of Cool Whip

Add the cream cheese into a mixing bowl and start breaking it down. I use the wire whip attachment. The end result will be no lumps. As it smooths out, add the condensed milk and vanilla. While this is all going on, break up the candy bars so when you put them in the microwave, the pieces melt nicely. When melted, take a healthy dollop of the Cool Whip, and mix it in the chocolate. This will keep it from solidifying again. Once the mixture in the bowl is smooth smooth smooth, you add the chocolate. Mix that all in well, and then once all that's done, add the Cool Whip. Make sure the Cool Whip is incorporated well. (I likely go too long, but it's yet to break, or not set up.

Shovel it into your 9" crust of choice. A chocolate crust is good, obviously, but Oreo, Graham, it's all good. You can pile it high, because it holds shape well, but I like to save enough to put into a couple extra ramekins line with some extra crust.... Grate some chocolate over the top, put it all in the fridge for at least 8 hours for the pie, whenever for the ramekins, because those set up quickly, The ramekins are for today eatin', no matter how late you make the pie.

Of course, you can add more or less chocolate, dependent on taste. Some like the cheesecake flavor to be strong, so go less than I suggest. this tempers it pretty well, and adding more, obviously gives more chocolate goodness.

It's rich

It's dirty... Cool Whip makes it so.

LAJ 03-14-22 04:04 PM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22439046)
Do any of you who are more serious about training do shortish recovery rides, say, after your longest day in the saddle? I'm thinking of adding a 30-45 minute, Z1 Zwift ride on Mondays after my long Sunday ride, because sometimes on Tuesdays it feels like I spend a lot of my warmup getting my legs not to feel sore.

Nope. I'm completely off the bike Monday and Friday.


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