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Never had either.
:(
Treat yourself to a trip to San Diego post op and I’ll treat you to both places so you can compare.
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I dunno though I don’t need to go back to In N Out. I think MacDoe is better :yikes:

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Never had either.
:(
Treat yourself to a trip to San Diego post op and I’ll treat you to both places so you can compare.
That sounds 5/7 but I won't be able to fly for a few months, :doe:
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:pussy:
:bruh:
They're gonna have to put me so deep under that I'll stop breathing on my own and my fucking heart will stop beating, and they can't give me drugs to wake up when they're done. I have to come out of it gradually as the anesthesia slowly wears off, so it'll be many, many hours before I wake up and am able to even breathe on my own without the help of a ventilator.
Brah. I was completely joking. I’m pretty at peace with death, and I’d still be anxious as fuck for that procedure.
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:10 pm

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Fri May 24, 2019 10:52 pm
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Fri May 24, 2019 10:47 pm


Treat yourself to a trip to San Diego post op and I’ll treat you to both places so you can compare.
:notbad:

I dunno though I don’t need to go back to In N Out. I think MacDoe is better :yikes:
In n Out can have better flavor than McD, but I completely get where you’re coming from. To me they’re two different categories of fast food, so if one is on my radar, the other usually isn’t. McDs when I want something super cheap and greasy. InO when I want something with a bit of quality, although anymore Shake Shack is going to take place of InO 9 times out of 10.
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:37 pm

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:bruh:
They're gonna have to put me so deep under that I'll stop breathing on my own and my fucking heart will stop beating, and they can't give me drugs to wake up when they're done. I have to come out of it gradually as the anesthesia slowly wears off, so it'll be many, many hours before I wake up and am able to even breathe on my own without the help of a ventilator.
Brah. I was completely joking. I’m pretty at peace with death, and I’d still be anxious as fuck for that procedure.
:word:
I am very anxious about it. This angiogram today was pretty intense. The prep was something like 40 minutes in a room with 3-4 nurses, then another 40-odd minutes in the operating room with another 5-6 nurses doing all sorts of things. There were several large, flat screen monitors, one of which had my full name displayed across the top, a large, movable x-ray machine that hovered right over my chest and occasionally moved and twisted to get different angles, a large table with a shit-ton of instruments on it, and the room was cold as fuck, they said it was to keep all the expensive equipment cool and as a deterrent against bacteria growing on anything. The actual procedure itself, since there were no complications and since he found nothing that he had to repair while he was in there, took only about 20-25 minutes. And he put one catheter up the artery in my wrist and another one up the vein in the crook of my elbow. It was pretty interesting once I was able to separate myself from my apprehension and just concentrate on what was happening.

But this will be nothing compared to the surgery I'm having in 2 weeks.

Fucking :science: is :amaze:
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:43 pm

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Fri May 24, 2019 11:37 pm
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:08 pm


Brah. I was completely joking. I’m pretty at peace with death, and I’d still be anxious as fuck for that procedure.
:word:
I am very anxious about it. This angiogram today was pretty intense. The prep was something like 40 minutes in a room with 3-4 nurses, then another 40-odd minutes in the operating room with another 5-6 nurses doing all sorts of things. There were several large, flat screen monitors, one of which had my full name displayed across the top, a large, movable x-ray machine that hovered right over my chest and occasionally moved and twisted to get different angles, a large table with a shit-ton of instruments on it, and the room was cold as fuck, they said it was to keep all the expensive equipment cool and as a deterrent against bacteria growing on anything. The actual procedure itself, since there were no complications and since he found nothing that he had to repair while he was in there, took only about 20-25 minutes. And he put one catheter up the artery in my wrist and another one up the vein in the crook of my elbow. It was pretty interesting once I was able to separate myself from my apprehension and just concentrate on what was happening.

But this will be nothing compared to the surgery I'm having in 2 weeks.

Fucking :science: is :amaze:
Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:47 pm

Johnny_P wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 10:52 pm
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Fri May 24, 2019 10:47 pm


Treat yourself to a trip to San Diego post op and I’ll treat you to both places so you can compare.
:notbad:

I dunno though I don’t need to go back to In N Out. I think MacDoe is better :yikes:
I'm down with the Shake Shack Argument. McDoe fries are better than INO. But their bugers are sugar laced garbage. I eat an INO burger, I feel fine. I eat McDoe, I feel like garbage.
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:49 pm

Desertbreh wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:43 pm
wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:37 pm

:word:
I am very anxious about it. This angiogram today was pretty intense. The prep was something like 40 minutes in a room with 3-4 nurses, then another 40-odd minutes in the operating room with another 5-6 nurses doing all sorts of things. There were several large, flat screen monitors, one of which had my full name displayed across the top, a large, movable x-ray machine that hovered right over my chest and occasionally moved and twisted to get different angles, a large table with a shit-ton of instruments on it, and the room was cold as fuck, they said it was to keep all the expensive equipment cool and as a deterrent against bacteria growing on anything. The actual procedure itself, since there were no complications and since he found nothing that he had to repair while he was in there, took only about 20-25 minutes. And he put one catheter up the artery in my wrist and another one up the vein in the crook of my elbow. It was pretty interesting once I was able to separate myself from my apprehension and just concentrate on what was happening.

But this will be nothing compared to the surgery I'm having in 2 weeks.

Fucking :science: is :amaze:
Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:50 pm

Desertbreh wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:47 pm
Johnny_P wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 10:52 pm


:notbad:

I dunno though I don’t need to go back to In N Out. I think MacDoe is better :yikes:
I'm down with the Shake Shack Argument. McDoe fries are better than INO. But their bugers are sugar laced garbage. I eat an INO burger, I feel fine. I eat McDoe, I feel like garbage.
McD fries are some of the best. Salty grease bombs :fuckyeah: :fatty:

I never used to care of InO fries, but they’re alright to me now.
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Desertbreh wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:43 pm
wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:37 pm

:word:
I am very anxious about it. This angiogram today was pretty intense. The prep was something like 40 minutes in a room with 3-4 nurses, then another 40-odd minutes in the operating room with another 5-6 nurses doing all sorts of things. There were several large, flat screen monitors, one of which had my full name displayed across the top, a large, movable x-ray machine that hovered right over my chest and occasionally moved and twisted to get different angles, a large table with a shit-ton of instruments on it, and the room was cold as fuck, they said it was to keep all the expensive equipment cool and as a deterrent against bacteria growing on anything. The actual procedure itself, since there were no complications and since he found nothing that he had to repair while he was in there, took only about 20-25 minutes. And he put one catheter up the artery in my wrist and another one up the vein in the crook of my elbow. It was pretty interesting once I was able to separate myself from my apprehension and just concentrate on what was happening.

But this will be nothing compared to the surgery I'm having in 2 weeks.

Fucking :science: is :amaze:
Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
Well, it did say Ronald Fucking Broham...
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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Fri May 24, 2019 11:58 pm

SAWCE wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:49 pm
Desertbreh wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:43 pm


Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
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Sat May 25, 2019 12:01 am

SAWCE wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:50 pm
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:47 pm


I'm down with the Shake Shack Argument. McDoe fries are better than INO. But their bugers are sugar laced garbage. I eat an INO burger, I feel fine. I eat McDoe, I feel like garbage.
McD fries are some of the best. Salty grease bombs :fuckyeah: :fatty:

I never used to care of InO fries, but they’re alright to me now.
Yeah macdoe fries :drool: the best part of that entire chain.

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wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:57 pm
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Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
Well, it did say Ronald Fucking Broham...
:bravo:
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wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:57 pm
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Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
Well, it did say Ronald Fucking Broham...
:amazing:
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Sat May 25, 2019 9:26 am

I feel like MacDoe has stepped up their burger game in the last year? Maybe they switched :meat: providers or something but the last couple times I had a burger there they were :notbad:

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wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:57 pm
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Either way you spell it, it didn't take up much space.
Well, it did say Ronald Fucking Broham...
The legend.

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Apex wrote:I feel like MacDoe has stepped up their burger game in the last year? Maybe they switched :meat: providers or something but the last couple times I had a burger there they were :notbad:
IIRC they went to fresh vs frozen :meat:

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Apex wrote:I feel like MacDoe has stepped up their burger game in the last year? Maybe they switched :meat: providers or something but the last couple times I had a burger there they were :notbad:
IIRC they went to fresh vs frozen :meat:
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Sun May 26, 2019 3:20 pm

McDonald's also does fountain drinks well. The coke classic is delicious there. Sometimes I'll go just for fries and a Coke.

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Sooooo...

What'd I miss?
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Sooooo...

What'd I miss?
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Sooooo...

What'd I miss?
:dock:
With who? :mahtroy: ?
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wap wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:37 pm
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Fri May 24, 2019 11:08 pm


Brah. I was completely joking. I’m pretty at peace with death, and I’d still be anxious as fuck for that procedure.
:word:
I am very anxious about it. This angiogram today was pretty intense. The prep was something like 40 minutes in a room with 3-4 nurses, then another 40-odd minutes in the operating room with another 5-6 nurses doing all sorts of things. There were several large, flat screen monitors, one of which had my full name displayed across the top, a large, movable x-ray machine that hovered right over my chest and occasionally moved and twisted to get different angles, a large table with a shit-ton of instruments on it, and the room was cold as fuck, they said it was to keep all the expensive equipment cool and as a deterrent against bacteria growing on anything. The actual procedure itself, since there were no complications and since he found nothing that he had to repair while he was in there, took only about 20-25 minutes. And he put one catheter up the artery in my wrist and another one up the vein in the crook of my elbow. It was pretty interesting once I was able to separate myself from my apprehension and just concentrate on what was happening.

But this will be nothing compared to the surgery I'm having in 2 weeks.

Fucking :science: is :amaze:
You got dis, Mr. Broham.
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Zillon wrote:
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:dock:
With who? :mahtroy: ?
No some bro at the bar who shares my jukebox spending problem.

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