Random Firings of Neurons

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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

New home, same excuses

Okay, sorry I didn't put up a post like I said I was going to. You see, I pinched a nerve in my elbow, which has near-paralyzed 1/2 of my left hand, and left me with about 1/2 use of the rest of it, leaving me with, functionally, 1/4 use of my left hand. For those of you who are curious, my broken hand is the right hand...

So, typing with only 25-50% use of my left hand is...how do I say this...rather uncomfortable. The thought of trying to pound something out for the site sends chills up my spine, because of all the contortions I have to force my left hand to make to type at a reasonable level. Plus, I have to type most words three or four times, because I make so many typos, due to my fingers not doing what I tell them to do, meaning typing is even MORE uncomfortable.

I talked to doctor, and, frankly, she was a worthless as tits on a bull. Her advice was "Wait a couple of weeks for it to go away on its own. If it doesn't, then, we'll run some (really, REALLY expensive) tests." Thanks, doc. I could have done the "wait for it to go away on its own" treatment on my own, and saved myself $100.

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