Qualified Condition

September 6, 2008

In Hospital

Filed under: Uncategorized — qualifiedcondition @ 10:30 pm

One of the best things about being in the hospital is that your South African priest may come to visit and may use phrases such as “in hospital.”  If I could have gotten her to talk of “maths” or “aloomineeum” it would have been a golden day.  Also, there are therapy puppies and really cool nurses.

One of the bad things is losing touch with the entire world.

I was in the hospital this week because I was throwing up a lot and having abdominal pain that made me “want to die” and this all coincided with seeing images of Sarah Palin on TV with her 90’s prom hair and it was too much.  Hopefully there will be some posts this week to make up for my absesnse.  Here’s what you have to look forward to:

Huntington Hospital

Gold Line Pub Crawl

Prop 8 Kid who knocked on my door

A horrible condo building in Los Feliz

A follow up on Rock Row and other HeyDay projects in NELA.

Have a good weekend.  Wash your hands, don’t eat old chicken.

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3 Comments »

  1. did they ever figure out what it was? was it really just a terrible case of food poisoning? i’m so sorry that you went through all that. ug.

    Comment by xie — September 6, 2008 @ 11:34 pm

  2. I am glad that you are well enough to post a blog. It doesn’t seem that your humor suffered any damage during your stay in hospital.

    Comment by Úna — September 7, 2008 @ 7:53 pm

  3. CORKING good news you’re on the mend, OLD BEAN! Jolly awful that Palin twit, what?

    Comment by One Wag — September 8, 2008 @ 10:48 pm


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