So now North Korea is itching for war. Crumbs. I don’t know what to say about all of this, except that it reminds me of a sad conversation I’ve been having with various people I know. This summer a friend told me she thought the Americans would get nuked. I’m not sure, I’ve just been thinking something really bad will happen down there to a lot of Americans who don’t believe in their government either. So strange, what a strange world. And if they do nuke the US, I wonder if Vancouver will get hit. Or any other countries.
Oh, and a tiny plane flew into a building in New York.
News is weird.
The Doomsday Clock is still at 7 minutes to midnight.
Okay this is funny. The following is a direct paragraph from Wikipedia. Bear in mind that people can edit at any time.
Acute bronchitis usually lasts approximately 10 or 11 days. It may accompany or closely follow a cold or the flu, or it may arrive unaccompanied by any other condition. It is contagious, and it starts out with a dry cough, frequently waking the sufferer up at night. After a few days, it progresses to a wetter, productive cough, which may be accompanied by a low grade fever, fatigue, and headache. The fever, fatigue, and malaise may last only a few days, but the wet cough may last up to several weeks. For some people, the cough may last as long as a few months as the bronchial tubes heal slowly.
Should the cough last longer than a month, some doctors may issue a referral to an ENT Doctor to see if a cause other than bronchitis is causing the irritation. It is possible that having irritated bronchial tubes for as long as a few months may inspire asthmatic conditions in some patients.
In addition, if one starts coughing up mucus tinged with blood, one should see a doctor. In rare cases, doctors may conduct tests to see if the cause is a serious condition such as tuberculosis or lung cancer.
The prognosis for patients with severe chronic bronchitis varies, but recovery is harder for those patients with additional severe illnesses (lung diseases or heart conditions). Pulmonary hypertension, cor pulmonale, and chronic respiratory failure are possible complications from chronic bronchitis.
oh my god!”
The irony is after I read all this I too thought Oh my god because it sounds suspiciously like what I have.