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  1. Yea and how does this work? Did Q mean he no showed and no called when he mentioned he did it "after the fact"? That would be ridiculous. Q is an entitled a hole
  2. Its not. Because im not ignorant. I act like an ass often, though. Sorry but when it comes to mono I suppose I am ignorant. I had it when I was a teen its was no big deal
  3. I had no idea this was so bad..... Mononucleosis, and return to the Tour (2007–2010)[edit] He entered the 2007 Australian Open as the ninth seed, and advanced to a fourth round. In Marseille, Ančić retired in the first round and was diagnosed with mononucleosis.[19] Later, he confessed that he was playing sick a week before in a match against Germany in the Davis Cup, and the virus had started to affect him at the Australian Open.[20] Due to his illness, Ančić spent most of the next 10 weeks in bed[21] and missed six months from the tour.
  4. Wait to return to sports and some other activities Most signs and symptoms of mononucleosis ease within a few weeks, but it may be two to three months before you feel completely normal. The more rest you get, the sooner you should recover. Returning to your usual schedule too soon can increase the risk of a relapse. To help you avoid the risk of rupturing your spleen, your doctor may suggest that you wait about one month before returning to vigorous activities, heavy lifting, roughhousing or contact sports. Rupture of the spleen results in severe bleeding and is a medical emergency. Ask your doctor about when it's safe for you to resume your normal level of activity. Your doctor may recommend a gradual exercise program to help you rebuild your strength as you recover. Coping and support Mononucleosis can last weeks, keeping you at home as you recover. Be patient with your body as it fights the infection. For young people, having mononucleosis will mean some missed activities — classes, team practices and parties. Without a doubt, you'll need to take it easy for a while.
  5. mono? that's like nothing! something is very fishy
  6. I hate you guys with your "honorable MENTIONS" that's cheating. So, now imma mentioning BY GENRE: METAL: iron maiden - killers black sabbath - heaven and hell Black sabbath - born again (yes....born again bitches) slayer - reign in blood gorguts - obscura voi vod - killing technology voi vod - dimension hatross judas priest - sad wings of destiny
  7. Over at JI, when Dewayne Robertson was drafted like in the top 5, I noticed that during his entire training camp, not a single thing was mentioned about him. NOTHING. So I posted that he is a sure bust. The board killed me with "He hasn't even taken his first pro snap"""" (sound familiar?) Anyway, he was indeed one of the biggest busts of all time. I am wrong on Polite. He sucks
  8. Ok I’ll rephrase that. thees a TON of great music today. TONS! But you have to be very interested and invested in music to find it. the difference is that back in the day “pop” musical was good music. You couldnt avoid it. today pop is garbage. And you cant avoid it either
  9. Interesting perspective and appreciated BUT its not a bad thing. The truth is music today sucks. Digital sucks. Singles suck. Cds suck and sound like chalkboard scratching. Back in the album days, it was an experience that included the artwork on the cover and lyrics and credits. People were more into music back then. Today its just silly trends that last 2 months and never stand the test of time. Stupid dances. Awful focus on synchronized dancing. terrible
  10. The Meters - kickback grateful dead - europe 72 allmans - live at the fillmore Rush - hemispheres black sabbath - heaven and hell

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