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And they ain't drivin on Elm Street. Since when did the driving rules change so that the mini-van backing out of the driveway has the right of way of the car going up the hill? Or was giving me the finger just a uni-pendaged driver waving hello?

These days, it seems the right of way belongs to whomever assumes it.

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Yes, and that terrifying word, "overrated." The two "r's" are very intimidating, especially coming from New Yorkers. We provincials really want to at least appear cool or that we know what we are talking about. So after cupcakes, where are the other dishes to be stuck-up about and avoid?

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How come I keep getting sucked into reading threads entitled "10 Best NY whatever"??? :rolleyes:
Because, all alone in the great white north, you ache for the sophisticated wit of the Manhattanites posting there?

Hey, it's not THAT lonely, there are all the moose, you know.

 

Maybe it's because I like a good argument.

 

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I have an appointment with an allergist next Wednesday, after a considerable wait. Because of the tests, I am not allowed to use antihistamines for the next week. If I could breathe without antihistamines I wouldn't need to go to the damned allergist.

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I have an appointment with an allergist next Wednesday, after a considerable wait. Because of the tests, I am not allowed to use antihistamines for the next week. If I could breathe without antihistamines I wouldn't need to go to the damned allergist.

 

I just discovered a neti-pot. Have you tried that? You put warm water and a saline solution in this thing and stick it up your nose, it goes through your sinus cavity and come out the other nostril. It's something you should do alone, if you know what I mean and I think you do. It flushes away many allergens and you breath easy.

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I have an appointment with an allergist next Wednesday, after a considerable wait. Because of the tests, I am not allowed to use antihistamines for the next week. If I could breathe without antihistamines I wouldn't need to go to the damned allergist.

 

I just discovered a neti-pot. Have you tried that? You put warm water and a saline solution in this thing and stick it up your nose, it goes through your sinus cavity and come out the other nostril. It's something you should do alone, if you know what I mean and I think you do. It flushes away many allergens and you breath easy.

Formerly called a nasal douche....

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I have an appointment with an allergist next Wednesday, after a considerable wait. Because of the tests, I am not allowed to use antihistamines for the next week. If I could breathe without antihistamines I wouldn't need to go to the damned allergist.

 

I just discovered a neti-pot. Have you tried that? You put warm water and a saline solution in this thing and stick it up your nose, it goes through your sinus cavity and come out the other nostril. It's something you should do alone, if you know what I mean and I think you do. It flushes away many allergens and you breath easy.

Formerly called a nasal douche....

 

Progress!

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Judging from the pain emanating from a recently excavated molar, I sense a root canal coming on. In a way, I'm looking forward to it, since the affected (infected?) tooth is making me sick all over.

Pain from a "recently excavated molar"? (I'm not sure what you mean) Frankly, having just gone through it all recently, the root canal surgery is a relative blip on the screen. Being free of unexpected bouts of icky pain is quite nice,

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I have an appointment with an allergist next Wednesday, after a considerable wait. Because of the tests, I am not allowed to use antihistamines for the next week. If I could breathe without antihistamines I wouldn't need to go to the damned allergist.
I just discovered a neti-pot. Have you tried that? You put warm water and a saline solution in this thing and stick it up your nose, it goes through your sinus cavity and come out the other nostril. It's something you should do alone, if you know what I mean and I think you do. It flushes away many allergens and you breath easy.
Formerly called a nasal douche....

A.K.A."controlled drowning"! I have tried that with a bulb and also a commercial version. Not something I can get used to...

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