posted on Sep, 30 2017 @ 05:42 AM
As everyone is aware, I'm not given to exaggeration or hyperbole. I am a humble, modest, private poster who only occasionally posts things that may
be of interest to those on ATS.
So I can safely say that this was probably the most intense, prolonged, difficult medical procedure ever done before in the history of mankind.
They pulled the tooth, made some incisions, inserted the donor bone graft and sewed me back up.
Yes. It is just like Steve Austin in, "The Six Million Dollar Man". It is just like "Captain America, Winter Soldier".
I have reached a crossroad in my life right now.
I can either retire, with full disability after a prolonged rest, or take some ibuprophen and simply go back to work tomorrow because I have some
meetings on Monday.
I don't was to blow things out of proportion here, but they haven't given me a handicap sticker for my car yet, even though I am bound in a
wheelchair,, crippled and disfigured for life.
it may be 2 to 3 weeks before I can ever eat steak again.
Don't weep for me.
Just send money and scotch.