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July 27, 2005

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raf*

Drink Gin. Lots of it. In this case, even the watani will do.

Dan

Your post makes very good sense!

Only three of my wisdom teeth arrived; all in my early twenties. As the third one was unopposed, it continued to grow until it began to damage the gum across from it.

The doctor gave me gas (which "made me" grab the nurse on her ass), shots, and then a GIANT PILL which made me delerious. He wrestled endlessly with the tooth but finally got it out.

I was so fucked up from the medication that I got lost driving home and ended up way across town facing a police officer who showed me the way.

My jaw was sore for days.

---Dan

zac

You have my sincere sympathies. Toothache is no pleasure. I had an ill fitting crown which resulted in food causing a gum pocket. This resulted in decay in the bifurcation of the tooth and an apical problem which to this day reminds me that the tooth is still fighting in its socket.

I had to have the ill fitting crown replaced and this in itself was an ordeal. The dentist suggested an implant after the tooth is removed. The maxillo-facial surgeon with whom he consulted, said "Leave the tooth alone". So I am being reminded periodically of the ordeal. Eventually, time will prove that the tooth will have to go.

Rudolph A. Carrera

I'd drink whiskey or vodka if I were you. Don't you ever get a chance to watch cowboy movies?! If you drink whiskey after a bullet wound, you tend to live (or be so drunk that the pain goes away).

Wonderful site you have!

Rudy

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