to those waiting on APUG support, sorry, sick as a dog...
Not having a good run, battled a colf/flu thing for over a week, thought i was starting to get better yesterday then crashed hard today with severe dizziness and breathing issues (was like having the rug pulled out from under me ugh). Doc says "rageing sinus, throat & chest infection". Now on antibiotics and hope to turn a corner in a day or so. Spending most of my time at bed & sofa lately, will get back into my emails and APUG support as soon as possible. Thanks
I hope you are feeling better soon. However when that happens there are two Labrador Retrievers here who would like to discuss your sick as a dog analogy.
Is the Dog Flu another mutation of the whole flu craze?
I sure hope we don't have too many other animal variations as it starts to be more and more difficult to find edible meat that doesn't sneeze or cough.
May you survive this illness with as much of your internal organs and sanity intact as is humanly possible.
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Sure cure, wrap you head in a brown paper sack - soak in wiskey from the inside out If it don't kill ya, you will be better ..... or not care! Seriously Sean, best wishes had something like that earlier this season and it was a but kicker.
Best wishes Sean, take care !
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hope you feel better really soon sean!
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We all seem to have something over here as well. Maybe it's an internet virus.
Take it easy, get plenty of rest (the best you can) and drink as much water as you can. Don't worry about upgrades, everything is just fine, these things take time, that's the best nature can offer. The antibiotics take some time to kick in, until then go easy and take care.
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Gewt well soon, Sean. THings will be here and more or less intact when you return.