Discussion in 'Game Room' started by jks9199, Sep 10, 2018.
Correction here, Mrs Xue's command.
She must have frightened them something fierce...
Probably... I did drink water which seemed to help.
I've only had that happen when my BP was lower than usual (mine starts at slightly higher than "dead since yesterday"), or if I hadn't eaten.
You are not really alive. You have no blood pressure and not much pulse to speak of.
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!!!!!!
You forgot my sub-normal body temperature.
Now we've got to know...what's his normal pulse/bp/temp?
Wowza... good news
"For the first time this season all bush and grass fires in NSW are now contained.
... Twenty-five people have been killed, more than 2400 homes have been destroyed and five million hectares burnt in the devastating blazes."
My BP often is something like 110-115/55. When I give blood I have to have my snack in the donation chair, or just pass out on the way to the table.
My resting pulse is in the high 50’s to low 60’s, in spite of me not really getting nearly enough exercise.
The temp is probably the least odd of the three. I run about 2 degrees below the much quoted 98.6. If I hit 98.6, I have a fever. Usually a rather serious mancold, as the Hobbit can attest.
Man, it’s good to hear things are finally getting under control out there. I know you guys like a good barbie, but that was ridiculous.
We have similarities. I also run about 2 degrees cooler (always wondered how uncommon that really is) and my BP hangs around 115/60. I have seen it go as low as 40 but usually feel like crap when it happens (something to do with MS I have been told).
My pulse is erratic. If I get really, really winded it will get close to 180-190bpm but I will feel fine. Get a 30 second to 1 minute blow and it will be back down to 90 to 100bpm. Been that way all my life.
Back in the day I could go 5 by 3-minute rounds with a 1 minute blow balls out the whole time. We would do this to get ready for the official 3 by 3-minute matches.
Wow in college I worked as an intern for a timber company and part of my jib was helping do controlled burns.
The heat given off was incredible....and those were controlled. Wildfires are no joke.
When they reach measurable levels, I'll let you know.
Well saga update: Houston we have running water!
No surprise that you guys be cool.
98.6 is not, as people say, "normal". It's average. You're at the low end of the bell curve, but it's still normal.
No. You don't. A fever is 100.4F or higher.
Great to hear! Looks like a good stream. Just don't wash dishes, clothes, and take a shower at the same time.
I prefer to think of myself as "sub normal". 123
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