The virus positive effects

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  • Perfect! And much better than that rectal thermometer smilie you were considering.

    My annual prostate check up has been cancelled. The Hospital Aleman tell me that its only very urgent check ups only.


    I was so looking forward to it...

  • My annual prostate check up has been cancelled. The Hospital Aleman tell me that its only very urgent check ups only.


    I was so looking forward to it...

    I had my gallbladder removed there.:thumbup: I have an appointment at the Hospital Britanico on the 1st of April. I'm hoping that'll be cancelled as it's not necessary. The wife just wants her money's worth from the insurance policy. :rolleyes:

  • My annual prostate check up has been cancelled. The Hospital Aleman tell me that its only very urgent check ups only.


    I was so looking forward to it...

    Nothing like the old "one finger exam" !!!! I think my Dr had the largest finger in Arkansas, at least I hope it was a finger. Had to have prostate surgery back in 2010.

  • Nothing like the old "one finger exam" !!!! I think my Dr had the largest finger in Arkansas, at least I hope it was a finger. Had to have prostate surgery back in 2010.

    OMG....don't like the sound of that. Thankfully I seem to be alright in that department and long may that continue.


    Kidney stones could become my problem though.

  • As I've mentioned before, the road outside our house is very busy normally and it doesn't help being on the corner of a road leading to an underpass under Libertador.

    Anyway, over the last few days the difference is very noticeable with far fewer cars passing by and not many cyclists either. It's also the road many runners and cyclists take when heading up to Tigre as it runs along the river bank.

    It's a welcome change, but also kind of eerie. Mornings are most noticeable, mainly because all the schools are closed.

  • I could mention many positives.......my diet will change next months for sure.....I'm a total no Fiber eater nearly, or very little.....I nearly live on meat.....but all my hoarded stock needs to be good for months or years, so pasta, rice etc. Of course I filled freezer also, but with Milas and hamburgers.....I eat that stuff very little, but now I have it as a backup plan. But all in all a change in my diet....I think my ulcer is gonna be happy!

  • the soap and oil may last longer..... hahaha.....was first today I thought of buying oil....don't cook with a lot oil, and olive oil I already got for years....


    When I look at the amount of rice and pasta I got, I feel stupid......I a normal condition, that stock would last yeeeears by me......im a meat guy.....

    But hey, I prefer to give it to charity after everything settles, just like our priest Mateo would have done......so again, yes it might have a positive effect on something.....

  • As I've mentioned before, the road outside our house is very busy normally and it doesn't help being on the corner of a road leading to an underpass under Libertador.

    Anyway, over the last few days the difference is very noticeable with far fewer cars passing by and not many cyclists either. It's also the road many runners and cyclists take when heading up to Tigre as it runs along the river bank.

    It's a welcome change, but also kind of eerie. Mornings are most noticeable, mainly because all the schools are closed.

    Autopista Perito Moreno is 400 meters away and I am looking across it from my 10th floor apartment. Traffic flow has been signficiantly down the last few days and today it is a comparative trickle, even during the morning rush hour.