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09-06-2016, 03:23 AM #226
Little L Member
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The thing that has got me the most mad is them taking the half eaten sandwich and half a bottle of water.

How effing petty can you get?!

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 03:26 AM #227
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(09-06-2016, 03:21 AM)Little L Wrote:  Someone had gotten into my bag whilst I was travelling and stolen the entire contents of the front compartment. It was a three hour journey - two buses and a train, and I have no idea when it happened.

My new bottle of Dryhands, RADAR disabled toilet key, £ 60 that I am supposed to be giving to my costume maker tomorrow for part payment for my costume, spare phone battery, Travel charger, even socks, hair bobbles and my half eaten sandwich and half a bottle of water. And a few other bits and pieces. Luckily they also took all the assorted crap and old receipts that I have been too lazy to throw away.

Looking on the bright side, I am very lucky. I usually keep my travel pass, bank cards and phones (I have 3 phones.....personal one, and 2 work ones - one for each job I have) in that section. I was rushing to leave my training session so just scooped everything into the back main compartment of my backpack.

I'm gutted that my sweaty stinky pole gear wasn't in the front coz they wouldn't have liked THAT!

And now I have developed a strange itchy spotty rash all up my legs.

I phoned 101, who advised me to report it to my local police station, but as I am rural our police station is only open probably about 3 hours a week. Also it happened sometime between Bradford and Huddersfield so have no idea where it happened.

I am there doing competition prep and training every day this week for 6 hours a day, so I will report it at Bradford station tomorrow before I start.

Oh! Sorry to hear about that :( At least as you say you were fortunate not to have phones or travel pass in there as you normally would. Karma will bite them back at some time, rest assured of that.

Take care ok.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


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09-06-2016, 03:28 AM #228
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(09-06-2016, 03:23 AM)Little L Wrote:  The thing that has got me the most mad is them taking the half eaten sandwich and half a bottle of water.

How effing petty can you get?!

Perhaps they were hungry.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-06-2016, 03:30 AM #229
Little L Member
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Well I hope they bloody choke on it. Lol


Anyway.


Back to you.


How long do you have before you have to make the decision? 24 hours ish?

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 03:33 AM #230
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(09-06-2016, 03:30 AM)Little L Wrote:  Well I hope they bloody choke on it. Lol


Anyway.


Back to you.


How long do you have before you have to make the decision? 24 hours ish?

I will have to make the decision within about 8 hrs! That is because if I agree then they will have to prepare it and give it to me in the afternoon.

So not long.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-06-2016, 03:39 AM #231
Little L Member
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Oh bloody hell.

So unfair having to make such a momentous decision in such a short amount of time.

Do you think the short timescale is kind of on purpose?

I might have my tinfoil hat on a little too well - thinking that the short timescale is on purpose to shock you into making a snap decision. But then of course we are aware that time is not on your side
.....at the moment.

Oh damn.

Are you experiencing a complete 50/50 decision split, or is one option slightly in front of the others?

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 03:41 AM #232
Little L Member
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Have your most recent tests shown any further reduction in the tumour size?

If you don't have the chemo this time is there a chance of some further down the line? Or are they gonna refuse it if you continue to take the alt meds?

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 03:48 AM #233
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(09-06-2016, 03:39 AM)Little L Wrote:  Oh bloody hell.

So unfair having to make such a momentous decision in such a short amount of time.

Do you think the short timescale is kind of on purpose?

I might have my tinfoil hat on a little too well - thinking that the short timescale is on purpose to shock you into making a snap decision. But then of course we are aware that time is not on your side
.....at the moment.

Oh damn.

Are you experiencing a complete 50/50 decision split, or is one option slightly in front of the others?

Not really as I have had all weekend to think about this. Friday when I was discharged that was the plan for me to return today with a view to having the Chemo on Tuesday. So no, not rushed.

As to 50/50 I don't know what the ratio is at the moment. I only know that a big part of me wants to just tell them what they can do with the Chemo. What worries me is that last article from the Telegraph that I posted here about people dying within 1 month of the Chemo, from the Chemo not the cancer. That is a big concern to me. If I refuse then how long before it starts to take over again? Can I get it under control with everything I am doing before it takes over like a month ago?

I have no idea.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-06-2016, 03:52 AM #234
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(09-06-2016, 03:41 AM)Little L Wrote:  Have your most recent tests shown any further reduction in the tumour size?

If you don't have the chemo this time is there a chance of some further down the line? Or are they gonna refuse it if you continue to take the alt meds?

I would need another X-Ray to know if the tumours have further shrunk or not. I don't think they can in all fairness refuse me later down the line. The problem becomes if I get to sick to have it later. That is what they keep saying to me, if I leave it too long (whatever too long means) then it may not be possible to give it!

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-06-2016, 03:54 AM #235
Little L Member
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When my grandad was having his last, fatal battle with cancer, when they stepped up the chemo, he just started to whither away. He was determined that he did not want the cancer to kill him.

He was quite a well known rugby player in his time - capped for England , a very big, strong man.

I'm convinced that he got his wish that the cancer didn't kill him. My uneducated guess is that it was either the chemo or the massice amounts of morphine he was being given at the hospice.

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 04:00 AM #236
Little L Member
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(09-06-2016, 03:52 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  
(09-06-2016, 03:41 AM)Little L Wrote:  Have your most recent tests shown any further reduction in the tumour size?

If you don't have the chemo this time is there a chance of some further down the line? Or are they gonna refuse it if you continue to take the alt meds?

I would need another X-Ray to know if the tumours have further shrunk or not. I don't think they can in all fairness refuse me later down the line. The problem becomes if I get to sick to have it later. That is what they keep saying to me, if I leave it too long (whatever too long means) then it may not be possible to give it!

Ok, fair enough, but a counter argument to that could be.... you have been using these alt meds and an improvement in your vitality, improved bloods, and a marked reduction in tumour size has happened.

So therefore, if the alt meds become no longer effective, there is a huge chance that if they are giving you regular check ups, they may be able to see that they are returning and then you could have the option again. And as you have improved recently then there is a good chance that IF an increase in tumour size happens, it still may be smaller than what you were facing a few weeks ago?

So, the chemo may have less cancer to fight?
But oh flip, I just realised that may also mean more healthy cells may be zapped.

Grrr.

It's a damn good job I don't work in the medical field!

I seem to be a bit crap at this "Giving advice" malarkey!

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 04:02 AM #237
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(09-06-2016, 03:54 AM)Little L Wrote:  When my grandad was having his last, fatal battle with cancer, when they stepped up the chemo, he just started to whither away. He was determined that he did not want the cancer to kill him.

He was quite a well known rugby player in his time - capped for England , a very big, strong man.

I'm convinced that he got his wish that the cancer didn't kill him. My uneducated guess is that it was either the chemo or the massice amounts of morphine he was being given at the hospice.

I'm not sure it would matter to me which one killed me all the same at the end of the day.

I would just rather have a little bit of the control in my hands to deal with this in the way I have planned. This I can only do if I am stable enough to go to Canada and start this program in a serious way. That way I would feel like I am somewhat in control of things and am giving myself the best chance possible. At the moment it is not easy to get seriously into this as I have to keep coming back to the hospital for a few days. That means the diet and alt med plan I put in place is on hold until discharge. That is not good enough for me. I need to get on with this without distractions like hospital visits etc.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-06-2016, 04:03 AM #238
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(09-06-2016, 03:33 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  
(09-06-2016, 03:30 AM)Little L Wrote:  Well I hope they bloody choke on it. Lol


Anyway.


Back to you.


How long do you have before you have to make the decision? 24 hours ish?

I will have to make the decision within about 8 hrs! That is because if I agree then they will have to prepare it and give it to me in the afternoon.

So not long.

So this would essentially mean that all of the tests you had done show that you ARE strong enough to have a second round, correct?

Do NOT do it Nigel. YOU are healing yourself, you have done a complete turn around in the past month. The tests are showing you are strong. Stay that way. Keep getting stronger. Do not allow them to weaken you with chemo. : (

I apologize if my opinion on this goes against others' opinions, but I have to share what is on my mind. For Nigel.
09-06-2016, 04:05 AM #239
Little L Member
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(09-06-2016, 04:02 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  
(09-06-2016, 03:54 AM)Little L Wrote:  When my grandad was having his last, fatal battle with cancer, when they stepped up the chemo, he just started to whither away. He was determined that he did not want the cancer to kill him.

He was quite a well known rugby player in his time - capped for England , a very big, strong man.

I'm convinced that he got his wish that the cancer didn't kill him. My uneducated guess is that it was either the chemo or the massice amounts of morphine he was being given at the hospice.

I'm not sure it would matter to me which one killed me all the same at the end of the day.

I would just rather have a little bit of the control in my hands to deal with this in the way I have planned. This I can only do if I am stable enough to go to Canada and start this program in a serious way. That way I would feel like I am somewhat in control of things and am giving myself the best chance possible. At the moment it is not easy to get seriously into this as I have to keep coming back to the hospital for a few days. That means the diet and alt med plan I put in place is on hold until discharge. That is not good enough for me. I need to get on with this without distractions like hospital visits etc.

Well there's your answer.

Own it, take control of it.

Don't have the chemo.

"My life consists of swinging around on poles, using billion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in the woods, overdosing on Mighty Boosh, Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer, eating, working, and occasionally attempting to be an adult"
09-06-2016, 04:06 AM #240
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(09-06-2016, 04:03 AM)S27 Wrote:  
(09-06-2016, 03:33 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  
(09-06-2016, 03:30 AM)Little L Wrote:  Well I hope they bloody choke on it. Lol


Anyway.


Back to you.


How long do you have before you have to make the decision? 24 hours ish?

I will have to make the decision within about 8 hrs! That is because if I agree then they will have to prepare it and give it to me in the afternoon.

So not long.

So this would essentially mean that all of the tests you had done show that you ARE strong enough to have a second round, correct?

Do NOT do it Nigel. YOU are healing yourself, you have done a complete turn around in the past month. The tests are showing you are strong. Stay that way. Keep getting stronger. Do not allow them to weaken you with chemo. : (

I apologize if my opinion on this goes against others' opinions, but I have to share what is on my mind. For Nigel.

Yes the tests would suggest that.

Your opinion does matter and I am happy you are sharing it with me.

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Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


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