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A Radioactive Egg Salad Sandwich — 6 Comments

  1. Kirk,
    I’m sorry for laughing but you do such a wonderful job of describing all your hellish tests, pokes, and prods compliments of the medical establishment. The no coffee is the PITS though, been there many times myself and it’s not pleasant. Hope they come up with some remedy for ‘what ails you’ quickly!

    Lighter note…I love the new look of your blog! Makes me want to consider again moving my blog. Hmm….but I seriously doubt if I know how to do this. Still fun to think about though.

  2. Heck, I didn’t know how to do it either, so I did it anyway. You have to find a host though (we use Bluehost). If you ever want to try it let me know and I can offer some info.

    You must have stopped by just as I changed it. I’m still tailoring it the way I want it.

    And don’t worry laughing…best medicine I know of! 😉

  3. Kirk! Just getting caught up here. LOVE this description, I had to go through this a few years ago. Kind of jealous, b/c you got to eat an sandwich. I had to eat a hard-boiled egg. (Unfortunately, I hate eggs.) (Go figure. Anchovies, not a problem. Eggs, problem.)

    Did you get to see the monitor and watch as they videoed your digestive system? That made it worthwhile. Very, very cool.

  4. A hard boiled egg? Sheesh, what a rip off! They even took the time to toast the bread on my sandwich. I did take a peek at the monitor but it soon lost any appeal it might have had. That is until the remnants of my radioactive breakfast sandwich started dropping into my small intestine. That peaked my curiosity for at least 3 or 4 seconds. 😛

    Nice to hear from ya’ Dan.

  5. My son had the egg sandwich an hr. ago. Did you find out any more about what they may be able to do to help? He’s trying to get ready for a Pancreas and Kidney Transplant.

    • Welcome Connie!

      Sorry about the delay but I had to approve your comment–first time comment and all that. Thank the spammers.

      Sorry to hear about your son needing surgery. Hope all goes well. For myself, I ended up getting a fundoplication where they wrap the upper part of the stomach around the lower part of the esophagus in order to form a sort of artificial stomach valve or to at least assist what’s left of the original one. Comes from having uncontrollable acid reflux disease. The surgery went well for the most part.