User Profile: ErinLindsey


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  • [1047] November 16, 2015 at 7:24pm

    Shep, be quiet…your 0bama is showing. The enemy is at the gates. The shining city will be in flames if we don’t do something.

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  • November 11, 2015 at 8:08pm

    It’s gone viral on the social media website Tumblr. Just saw a post about the hoax there. The comments on the story, with all of them thinking the story is true, is pretty disgusting.

  • [46] November 8, 2015 at 3:32pm

    I wonder how they’ll explain it to the kid when she/he hits about the age of 12 or thereabouts, and her internal organs decides that it wants to be a girl.

    That’ll be fun. (not!)

  • [5] November 6, 2015 at 6:49pm

    Let me guess. You’re a guy.

    Some women have other issues when they get to menopause. There are some people who have troubling symptoms from it, that want/need medication.

  • [2] November 6, 2015 at 5:08pm

    She’s 47 years old. An age that a lot of women start to, or are already in the process of going thru menopause. She may have assumed that she was beginning menopause. Some women don’t immediately run off to the doctor when certain “things” in their body are not happening with the same frequency.

    She probably didn’t think anything else was going on, and was putting off going to the doctor to confirm the menopause.

    I’ve never been pregnant, so I can’t tell you why she wouldn’t notice a baby rolling around in there. Maybe the kid slept a lot?

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  • [14] October 12, 2015 at 11:34pm

    Pass the brain/eye bleach please.

  • October 8, 2015 at 4:46am


    Have you seen her put someone onto the floor, and into an arm bar? Remember your comment if the hypothetical Rousey/Mayweather fight ever actually happens. I think her Judo skills will come in very handy.

    I showed video of her arm bar-ing an opponent to my dad and his Judo buddies. I think they were impressed with her technique. (grew up watching them teaching Judo.)

  • [155] September 29, 2015 at 11:17am

    Someone should show this story to the harpies on The View who were making fun of nurses a few weeks ago. Nurses are the backbone of the entire medical profession.

    Doctors wouldn’t even be able to find their noses without a nurse to help them.

    I’m not a nurse, but I come from a family full of them. My dad, my uncle, aunt, cousins…and my grandpa that I never met who started the family tradition. Nurses are all kinds of awesome.

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  • [61] September 22, 2015 at 12:03am

    This lawyer is slime.

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  • [17] September 17, 2015 at 7:12pm

    I don’t want to buy her book, and give that harpie any of my money. Only way I’d read her book is if I could find a pirated copy online. Then it would have to be the Cliff’s Notes. If I had a paper copy of her book, it would either be used as fire starters, or emergency toilet paper when the apocalypse starts.

    She was plugging her book because she wants more money. Her answers were non-answers.

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  • [9] September 2, 2015 at 2:25pm

    The world is going to blame *Obama* no matter what, if Iran gets a nuclear weapon.

  • [11] August 24, 2015 at 2:22pm

    I had a similar problem, my fingers and other areas going numb for years. Thought it was pinched nerves.

    Turned out it was multiple sclerosis.

    Hope Manning only has pinched nerves. Because MS really does suck. I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.

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  • [10] August 20, 2015 at 12:38am

    We can’t. The Unicameral (Nebraska’s legislature) decided the death penalty is mean. (google Ernie Chambers. He’s the guy who got the Uni to ditch the death penalty. I’m pretty sure he’d get along swimmingly with Al Sharpton)

  • [33] July 17, 2015 at 6:24pm

    The shooter had to drive down Lee Highway to get to one of the shooting sites. I’m assuming the highway is named for Robert E Lee. So obviously it’s a racist highway, and now they’ll have to ban highways, or rename it after Michael Brown or Trayvon.


  • [65] July 8, 2015 at 9:24pm

    He’s Australian, why should he be expected to know what’s going on in the United States? Getting tired of all the fake outrage at everything. People need to up their dosages of prozac, and other tranquilizers. Calm the bleep down.

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  • July 4, 2015 at 5:55am

    I never got the test for it. My doctors sometimes seem to think that people with MS are hypochondriacs, because a lot of MS symptoms are subjective. (only the person experiencing it can feel it. “invisible symptoms”). I had a hard enough time trying to get them to do more testing for Lyme disease. (I tested positive for some Lyme bacteria, but not enough for it to qualify as a positive result according to the CDC)

    Maybe I’ll ask for the blood test for heavy metals when I go back to the new dentist to get the last three of the amalgam fillings out. (after the first 9, I got a bit emotionally traumatized by all the dental work. Decided to wait a bit to get the last three out. Dentist said they were stable, and didn’t seem to be as high in mercury as the others. Not sure how she can tell)

  • July 4, 2015 at 5:48am

    His last name was Grosso. Pretty sure he’s dead by now.

    Yes, I have MS for sure. I don’t know which of the alphabet soup of classifications of MS that I am, (think there’s four types? five?) I don’t really think I need to be classified for which “flavor” of MS that I have. I just call it “MS”.

    I can still walk, as long as I have a walker. I only started using that about a year ago because I had a non-MS related injury to my shoulder, that was very painful. Took awhile for that to heal, and walking with a cane is hard when your shoulder hurts to move it. The forced inactivity didn’t do me any good for the crummy walking I’d been doing before. If I can find the right PT program, I think I could get stronger. Hopefully.

  • [15] July 3, 2015 at 1:07am

    When I was little, my parents would take me to the dentist. That dentist was a quack. He put the dentist phobia into me. I remember being tied down (soft restraints of some sort, tied to the arms of the chair, legs tied to the seat of the chair) while the dentist was filling a cavity in one of my baby teeth. I’m highly suspicious that I actually had cavities. He put fillings in both the baby teeth, and in a few of my permanent teeth.

    My parents never knew that he’d tied me down until I told them a few years ago. I didn’t know it was wrong. It scared me to death, but I don’t think I ever told them about it when I was a kid. It might be one of the reasons I’m claustrophobic, and have panic attacks at the dentist office sometimes. Sometimes the smell of the dentist office sets me off. I found out later that it’s the developer they used to develop x-rays of the teeth. (when I was in high school, took photography classes. Learned to develop film. Wondered why I was scared of the developing room) New dentist does digital x-rays. No chemical scent anymore. Helps!

    I found out about 5 or 6yrs ago, that he ruined a few of my teeth, and the amalgam fillings were so high mercury, that my current dentist had to take special precautions to remove the amalgam and replace it. My dentist said she wouldn’t be surprised if some of that high mercury filling could have contributed to the multiple sclerosis that I have. (some symptoms of mercury poisoning are similar to MS symptoms)

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  • [48] June 28, 2015 at 4:00pm

    If they knew that they *had* to be there, they should have made special arrangements. Like, park in a legal parking spot, and walk the rest of the way.

    Only people who should get special parking are handicapped people, and even then, it’s “first come, first serve”. They still have to follow the law, and not double park.

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  • [47] June 24, 2015 at 2:11am

    My father is a retired CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist). He’s told me that they have some interesting humor in the operating rooms sometimes, but if he ever heard another one of his coworkers talking like that to an anesthetized patient. He’d have reported them.

    Even tho the guy in the story had a recorded conversation on his phone. My father told me that you never know what a patient might be able to hear while they’re under anesthesia. Some people have atypical reactions to anesthesia, and don’t go under completely.

    My dad used a BIS Monitor (brain wave monitor) to monitor how deeply a patient was under, and to be able to tell when they were coming out of anesthesia. He was one of the few anesthetists/anesthesiologists at his hospital who bothered using the BIS. He always wanted to make sure his patients were being properly anesthetized, and not feeling any pain or anxiety during a procedure.

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