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Caturday: Photos prove Pallas’s cat, about the size of a house cat, exists in Bhutan

by 1389AD ( 68 Comments › )
Filed under Caturday, Open thread at November 10th, 2012 - 12:00 pm

MSNBC: Elusive cat caught on camera in Himalayas for first time

Pallas' Cat in Bhutan
Photo from WWF

An elusive thick-furred feline has been caught on camera for the first time in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.

A camera trap captured images of the fluffy Pallas’s cat, also known as the manul, in the country’s sprawling Wangchuck Centennial Park (WCP), which is also home to the snow leopard and Himalayan black bear. Pallas’s cats had never been documented in the region before, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

“This is an exciting and remarkable discovery that proves that the Pallas’s cat exists in the Eastern Himalayas,” Rinjan Shrestha, a conservation scientist with WWF, said in a statement. “This probably indicates a relatively undisturbed habitat, which gives us hope, not only for the Pallas’s cat, but also the snow leopard, Tibetan wolf and other threatened species that inhabit the region.”

The cat is a primitive species that has evolved little in the past 5 million years. It’s about the size of a house cat and slightly resembles a Persian cat with its flat face, high-set eyes and thick coat, which keeps it warm at high altitudes. The Pallas’s cat’s distinct gray fur with dark spots on its head also helps it blend in with mountainous habitats across Central Asia.

Bhutan’s park service and a WWF team surveying snow leopards in the region set up the camera traps, which first snapped a photo of a manul in January, then in February and April. In one shot, the cat appears to be sneaking right up to camera in for a close-up, staring right into the lens from the bottom-right corner of the frame.

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68 Responses to “Caturday: Photos prove Pallas’s cat, about the size of a house cat, exists in Bhutan”
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  1. John Difool
    1 | November 10, 2012 12:24 pm

    Speaking of Bhutan, I need to go out & get some more to refill my grill lighter.


  2. Bumr50
    2 | November 10, 2012 12:27 pm

    Wonderful cat!

    Screw the WWF.


  3. 3 | November 10, 2012 12:36 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    Wonderful cat!

    Screw the WWF.

    Indeed. I don’t care much for that wrestling crap, either. ;)


  4. Bumr50
    4 | November 10, 2012 12:45 pm

    @ MacDuff:

    See, it works both ways!!


  5. The Osprey
    5 | November 10, 2012 1:23 pm

    “Whangchuck Centennial Park”

    Where Chuck first got Whanged.

    :lol:


  6. waldensianspirit
  7. 7 | November 10, 2012 1:37 pm

    Well now, the documentation of the extended range of that cat species is just downright interesting.


  8. waldensianspirit
    8 | November 10, 2012 1:40 pm

    Why should these bastards get any pension?


  9. 10 | November 10, 2012 2:07 pm

    @ doriangrey:
    The mainstream media proved that it is still alive and well in this last election. Make no mistake, the MFM won this one. Don’t expect Obama to become any more press friendly,though. I’d say full court press conferences won’t be very common over the next four years. And the press will be fine with that.


  10. 11 | November 10, 2012 2:08 pm

    waldensianspirit wrote:

    Peacefully grant the State of Louisiana to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government.

    ht drudge

    Expect much more of this.

    I’m sure this is just to make a point, but Louisiana is just barely functioning under the umbrella of the United States. I’m certainly not singling out Louisiana (one of my favorite places), I think most states are in the same situation.


  11. Guggi
    12 | November 10, 2012 2:08 pm

    F.B.I. Said to Have Stumbled Into News of Petraeus Affair

    The F.B.I. investigation that led to the resignation of David H. Petraeus as C.I.A. director began with a complaint several months ago about “harassing” e-mails sent by Paula Broadwell, Mr. Petraeus’s biographer, to an unidentified third person, a government official briefed on the case said Saturday.

    When F.B.I. agents following up on the complaint began to examine Ms. Broadwell’s e-mails, they discovered exchanges between her and Mr. Petraeus that revealed that they were having an affair, said the official, who spoke of the investigation on the condition of anonymity.

    The person who complained about harassing messages from Ms. Broadwell, according to the official, was not a family member or a government official. One Congressional official who was briefed on the matter said senior intelligence officials had explained that the F.B.I. investigation “started with two women.”


  12. Canoe Convoy
    13 | November 10, 2012 2:10 pm

    @ The Osprey:
    When I read that, I first thought it read, “Wang Chung Centennial Park.”


  13. 14 | November 10, 2012 2:10 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    @ doriangrey:
    The mainstream media proved that it is still alive and well in this last election. Make no mistake, the MFM won this one. Don’t expect Obama to become any more press friendly,though. I’d say full court press conferences won’t be very common over the next four years. And the press will be fine with that.

    I disagree, the Fifth Column Treasonous Media are the walking dead, zombies as it were.


  14. waldensianspirit
    15 | November 10, 2012 2:12 pm

    doriangrey wrote:

    I disagree, the Fifth Column Treasonous Media are the walking dead, zombies as it were.

    Na they’re just due for a bailout


  15. waldensianspirit
    16 | November 10, 2012 2:12 pm

    Mooch will easily win 2016 and 2020


  16. heysoos
    17 | November 10, 2012 2:20 pm

    final tally including Fla…
    BO 332
    MR 206

    I’m not falling for it, refuse to believe this was a fair election
    no fucking way


  17. waldensianspirit
    18 | November 10, 2012 2:22 pm

    Gallup: 2012 election had the largest gender gap in recorded history

    Some of you got blinders on and are looking everywhere for reasons you can fix by 2016.


  18. Canoe Convoy
    19 | November 10, 2012 2:24 pm

    @ Canoe Convoy:
    /kidding! :)


  19. Bumr50
    20 | November 10, 2012 2:29 pm

    Fewer Mormons Voted for Romney than Bush

    @ waldensianspirit:

    We are firmly in the minority.


  20. waldensianspirit
    22 | November 10, 2012 2:34 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    We are firmly in the minority.

    Josey Waaaales!!!


  21. Bumr50
    23 | November 10, 2012 2:37 pm

    Alec Baldwin: Obama’s reelection means ‘the end of white, middle-aged Christian male dominance’

    We all know Alec Baldwin is an ass.

    Unfortunately, this tweet sums up why many Americans voted for Barack Obama.

    And this anti-white Christian male sentiment has been fully realized in this election at the expense of REASON and SANITY.


  22. darkwords
    24 | November 10, 2012 2:38 pm

    @ 17 heysoos: That is like a two state swing isn’t it?


  23. 25 | November 10, 2012 2:38 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    Fewer Mormons Voted for Romney than Bush
    @ waldensianspirit:
    We are firmly in the minority.

    Election theft.


  24. 26 | November 10, 2012 2:39 pm

    I’m not doing too well at the moment. Was in the ER yesterday on account of pre-syncope, bradycardia, and ongoing weakness/sweating and chest pain.

    Said no evidence of recent MI or clot, but that I really need a stress test.

    That’ll have to wait until I have the wherewithal to pay for it.

    Meantime my husband’s high BP is still a major issue, still unresolved.


  25. heysoos
    27 | November 10, 2012 2:41 pm

    darkwords wrote:

    @ 17 heysoos: That is like a two state swing isn’t it?

    way more…I refuse to believe it


  26. Bumr50
    28 | November 10, 2012 2:43 pm

    @ 1389AD:

    Prayers for you and yours.


  27. darkwords
    29 | November 10, 2012 2:45 pm

    @ Guggi: I’d say he had political enemies who had access to his email before the complaint was made. The complaint is to hide.

    That being said, the fact that Petraeus views burning the Koran as a danger to the world, and is ok with Benghzai means what? He essentially is loyal to the chief. He has a personal integrity that is ok with sleeping around and like Obama does not feel the need to have the buck stop on his desk regarding Benghazi. The big game and all that you know.


  28. Bumr50
    30 | November 10, 2012 2:46 pm

    @ heysoos:

    Dr. Paul Kengor thinks it was turnout.

    I respect his opinion, but don’t rule out MASSIVE fraud.

    But that was a foregone conclusion.

    Imagine: If someone had told you that Barack Obama would receive 9 million fewer votes in 2012 than 2008, you would have predicted his sure defeat. You would have been wrong. Republicans blew a huge opportunity.


  29. darkwords
    31 | November 10, 2012 2:47 pm

    @ 23 Bumr50: The locust plague resulting from the Obama election is probably going to drive more people to church or to crime. If they were O supporters they will probably resort to crime. The Romney supporters will pick a church.


  30. Bumr50
    32 | November 10, 2012 2:52 pm

    @ 1389AD:

    BTW -- the blog looks awesome.

    Congrats!


  31. darkwords
    33 | November 10, 2012 2:54 pm

    In hindsight the GoP effort almost seems more amateurish than McCain. Obama was better prepared to win. He worked every angle, every vote. The Romney camp was made to feel afraid to run negative while Obama did that very thing through surrogates. Romney needed a visceral “Paint the right picture” through process that would be reflected in ads. Romney was missing a small government message and missing a strong individual liberty through group stength message.

    He could have explained Help as 1. Help yourself first. 2. Then your family helps you. 3. Then a good group of people help you. 4. Then the government helps you. If you are 1,2,3 vote for me, if you are 4 only then vote for Obama.

    And again there is a large set of the population that only responds to conspiracy and rumor.


  32. Bumr50
    34 | November 10, 2012 2:59 pm

    @ darkwords:

    Romney had no message.

    “Not Obama” lost.


  33. Bumr50
    35 | November 10, 2012 3:03 pm

    Faith in my fellow Americans.

    Brother: Butler teen gets liver after family makes public appeal

    I saw this local piece this morning before it was updated, and it broke my a heart a bit.


  34. 36 | November 10, 2012 3:06 pm

    @ Bumr50:
    Thanks!


  35. 37 | November 10, 2012 3:09 pm

    @ waldensianspirit:

    WhiteHouse.gov account required. Fuck that!


  36. 38 | November 10, 2012 3:10 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ darkwords:
    Romney had no message.
    “Not Obama” lost.

    He had a message, all right -- it was “Badmouth every other GOP candidate in the primaries.”


  37. 39 | November 10, 2012 3:44 pm

    The problem with going along with tax increases in exchange for promises of lower spending is that the lower spending never materializes. SO: Let’s go along with a 1 year, 1% (and I don’t mean from 38% to 39%) increase in taxes on those earning at least 2 million after $100 billion has been cut from the spending side.

    It’s GOT to be short term tax increases coupled with real spending cuts, not merely cuts in the rate of growth of spending.


  38. heysoos
    40 | November 10, 2012 3:55 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ darkwords:
    Romney had no message.
    “Not Obama” lost.

    not sure what message Romney needed to put forth…BO’s record was the message and if that was not clear enough then what’s the use of even having a conservative party?…something is very fishy with this whole gig…if conservative voted in great numbers and got this badly trounced, then fraud is the explanation…but if BO won because conservatives didn’t vote, then those people are as stupid as BO supporters…really sucks both ways


  39. heysoos
    41 | November 10, 2012 3:59 pm

    you hand a guy a paint chip and ask what color it is…if he says blue, your fucked….ask another voter what color it is and he replies, who cares, your fucked again….it’s not about any message, it’s more about herding sheep


  40. darkwords
    42 | November 10, 2012 3:59 pm

    In my work office there was a definite get out the vote effort on the day of the election. We were in a meeting where gay marriage and a woman’s right to choose came up. And the manager who brought up the right to choose made a point of asking people to make sure they and their loved ones voted today. And the 12 people around the table all confirmed that they had voted or were going to. This is an Obama office where if you were to wear conservative politics on your sleeve you’ll get a good talking to via cubicle invasion. Part of a larger company of 20,000 or so employees.

    I don’t really think the manager brought it up as a coincidence. I think it was bought up because the astroturf grapevine asked people to do everything they possible can to ensure an Obama victory.


  41. darkwords
    43 | November 10, 2012 4:00 pm

    @ 40 heysoos: The numbers don’t add up to me either. I would hope an audit of some of these close election would reveal any shenanigans.


  42. darkwords
    44 | November 10, 2012 4:03 pm

    @ 38 1389AD: Well sununu was on TV often and being asked why Romney wasn’t getting a message out there. He said just wait we have it all planned out. I had already voted by the time I saw an ad from Romney. He had no chance to persuade me if I was against him.


  43. 45 | November 10, 2012 4:12 pm

    @ mfhorn:

    You’re dreaming if you think Obama will actually cut spending. No President since Reaghan has really cut spending. Make no mistake: Obama wants the collapse that is coming. He considers it only fair that America be destroyed. He’ll then jet off to The Caymans or Aruba or wherever. There’s no doubt that he skimmed enough from the “stimulus” to live like a king for the rest of his life.


  44. Guggi
    46 | November 10, 2012 4:15 pm

    darkwords wrote:

    @ Guggi: I’d say he had political enemies who had access to his email before the complaint was made. The complaint is to hide.
    That being said, the fact that Petraeus views burning the Koran as a danger to the world, and is ok with Benghzai means what? He essentially is loyal to the chief. He has a personal integrity that is ok with sleeping around and like Obama does not feel the need to have the buck stop on his desk regarding Benghazi. The big game and all that you know.

    If it is true that he committed adultery as Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and Commander, U.S. Forces Afghanistan (USFOR-A) then he is in deep sh*t. The rules for flag officers don’t end with the retirement and he still could be punished for adultery. He is forced to be loyal to the president otherwise he could lose his rank and part of his pension.

    How obesessed must he have been that he wrote “thousends of emails” wihtin a year or so. This is at least 6+ emails a day. O. must have known since months what was going on when it is true that the FBI started investigating his mistress in spring 2012 only to discover that he had written so many emails to her. Imho he was forced to play with the game and call Benghazi “an out of controll demonstration because of an ant-Muslim video” discrediting his former statement that it was an act of terror.

    He was blackmailed by the government and its highest representative and he can’t escape and he will not cooperate with the Congress and he will be loyal to the blackmailer because he has no choice.

    He did a poorly job.


  45. darkwords
    47 | November 10, 2012 4:20 pm

    @ 45 Iron Fist: I think Obama will go to Abu Dhabi Michelle can shop while he engages his anti Israel friends in comfort.


  46. Guggi
    48 | November 10, 2012 4:23 pm

    Btw.: to call adultery lasting at least for months and thousands of emails “poor judgement” is a joke. A one night stand is “poor judgement” not what he did.


  47. 49 | November 10, 2012 4:27 pm

    @ Iron Fist:

    Oh, I don’t think for a second that Obama would cut spending, any more than he’d serve a ham sandwich to representatives from the Muslim Brotherhood.

    That would, though, be the only way I think Republicans should go along with these tax increases on the rich- those people the left loves to portray as greedy, evil, selfish and every other stereotype in the book.

    And I want to know, too how ‘millionaires & billionaires’ can include those making $250,000 as a couple, or $200,000 as an individual.


  48. 50 | November 10, 2012 4:28 pm

    @ Guggi:

    One reason adultry is so frowned on in the military is that it sets the adulterer up for blackmail. This clearly happened in Peeus’ case. As has been noted, there is no way the CIA didn’t know about this affair, and thus no way that Obama didn’t know about it when he appointed him. Obama was no doubt holding it as a surety against “bad” behavior on the part of Petraeus, i.e. him doing anything against Obama’s interests, not the interests of the United States. Petraeus won’t testify to Congress, not even if subpeonaed. Why should he? Holder proved that a contempt of congress charge is a paper tiger if you do t in the interests of the Obama Administration.


  49. 51 | November 10, 2012 4:31 pm

    mfhorn wrote:

    And I want to know, too how ‘millionaires & billionaires’ can include those making $250,000 as a couple, or $200,000 as an individual

    Don’t forget that who they are really trying to hit with that are small businesses that file as individuals. That’d be a large segment of the economy. That’ll mean layoffs and an even slower job market. Nevertheless, I think the Republicans should wash their hands of the situation. The people voted, and they chose Obama. Give them all the Obama they can stand. It won’t save the country, but the country is beyond salvage.


  50. Guggi
    52 | November 10, 2012 4:33 pm

    Worth reading:

    The Terrifying Line in Obama’s Speech That Everyone Missed

    (…)

    But while everyone was picking apart these and other flaws in Obama’s speech, they overlooked the most frightening line of all. That was when Obama promised that he’d pursue “the kind of bold, persistent experimentation that Franklin Roosevelt pursued during the only crisis worse than this one.”

    That promise might have made liberal hearts swoon. But as Amity Shlaes explained in her outstanding history of the era — “The Forgotten Man” — it was precisely FDR’s “bold, persistent experimentation” that was largely to blame for the length, depth and severity of the Great Depression.

    Convinced that the government had to do something, FDR tinkered and experimented, she said, figuring that if he didn’t “get it right the first time … maybe he’d get it right the second time.” But the very arbitrariness of FDR’s actions, she found, made it impossible for businesses to make plans. And so, as FDR’s bold experiments increased, business activity decreased and markets froze.

    “From the point of view of a business,” Shlaes said in a 2009 interview, “it is annihilating to hear Washington uncertain, and that itself retards recovery because you really don’t know what to expect.”

    If Obama wants to conduct experiments, he should get a job as a high school science teacher, and not use the entire nation as guinea pigs, particularly when we already know how his tests will turn out.


  51. 53 | November 10, 2012 4:34 pm

    @ darkwords:

    I think there’ll be a nuclear exchange between Israel and Iran before the next four years are out. Israel is a lifeboat adrift in a sea of enemies. She can’t stop the Iranians from getting atomic weapons, and Obama wants Iran to get atomic weapons. It is only a matter of time before they accomplish this.


  52. darkwords
    54 | November 10, 2012 4:39 pm

    @ 50 Iron Fist: Yep it does sound like he was successfully blackmailed.


  53. 55 | November 10, 2012 4:40 pm

    @ Iron Fist:

    Oh, sure. The fewer people who are succeeding without government assistance, the worse off we are, according to the left.

    Mixed feelings on how Republicans should react to this. Maybe if all conservatives in Congress just refused to vote, we could pin the upcoming fiscal collapse of America on liberalism. Voting with the left would tie us to the failure, and voting against it will just give the left an excuse to blame the right when things collapse.


  54. darkwords
    56 | November 10, 2012 4:41 pm

    @ 51 Iron Fist:
    Obama’s whole MO is to push people into misery and blame it on Bill Gates. And he manipulates the miserable souls to their face before he yanks their rugs away.


  55. Guggi
    57 | November 10, 2012 4:43 pm

    The collapse of the dazzling career of CIA Director David H. Petraeus was triggered when a woman with whom he was having an affair sent threatening e-mails to another woman close to him, according to three senior law enforcement officials with knowledge of the episode.

    The recipient of the e-mails was so frightened that she went to the FBI for protection and help tracking down the sender, according to the officials. The FBI investigation traced the threats to Paula Broadwell, a former military officer and a Petraeus biographer, and uncovered explicit e-mails between Broadwell and Petraeus, the officials said.

    (…)


  56. 58 | November 10, 2012 4:50 pm

    Mark Steyn on what happens next:

    In the weeks ahead, Democrats and Republicans will reach a triumphant “bipartisan” deal to avert the fiscal cliff through some artful bookkeeping mechanism that postpones Taxmageddon for another year, or six months, or three, when they can reach yet another triumphant deal to postpone it yet again. Harry Reid has already announced that he wants to raise the debt ceiling — or, more accurately, lower the debt abyss — by $2.4 trillion before the end of the year, and no doubt we can look forward to a spectacular “bipartisan” agreement on that, too. It took the government of the United States two centuries to rack up its first trillion dollars in debt. Now Washington piles on another trillion every nine months. Forward!

    If you add up the total debt — state, local, the works — every man, woman, and child in this country owes 200 grand (which is rather more than the average Greek does). Every American family owes about three-quarters of a million bucks, or about the budget deficit of Liechtenstein, which has the highest GDP per capita in the world. Which means that HRH Prince Hans-Adam II can afford it rather more easily than Bud and Cindy at 27b Elm Street. In 2009, the Democrats became the first government in the history of the planet to establish annual trillion-dollar deficits as a permanent feature of life. Before the end of Obama’s second term, the federal debt alone will hit $20 trillion. That ought to have been the central fact of this election — that Americans are the brokest brokey-broke losers who ever lived, and it’s time to do something about it.

    We are, in a word, doomed. As Instapundit is fond of saying, something that can’t go on forever won’t. This has to all come to a head sometime. We have a larger debt to GDP rati right now than Weimar Germany. We all remember how successful that turned out to be. There is no helping it.

    The good news is that reality (to use a quaint expression) doesn’t need to swing a couple of thousand soccer moms in northern Virginia. Reality doesn’t need to crack 270 in the Electoral College. Reality can get 1.3 percent of the popular vote and still trump everything else. In the course of his first term, Obama increased the federal debt by just shy of $6 trillion and in return grew the economy by $905 billion. So, as Lance Roberts at Street Talk Live pointed out, in order to generate every dollar of economic growth the United States had to borrow about five dollars and 60 cents. There’s no one out there on the planet — whether it’s “the rich” or the Chinese — who can afford to carry on bankrolling that rate of return

    This is by design. Obama doesn’t want America to grow and thrive. He wants America to collapse and die. He will get his wish. The voters have chosen that future.

    So Washington cannot be saved from itself. For the moment, tend to your state, and county, town and school district, and demonstrate the virtues of responsible self-government at the local level. Americans as a whole have joined the rest of the Western world in voting themselves a lifestyle they are not willing to earn. The longer any course correction is postponed the more convulsive it will be. Alas, on Tuesday, the electorate opted to defer it for another four years. I doubt they’ll get that long.


  57. coldwarrior
    59 | November 10, 2012 4:57 pm

    waldensianspirit wrote:

    Gallup: 2012 election had the largest gender gap in recorded history
    Some of you got blinders on and are looking everywhere for reasons you can fix by 2016.

    i saw this at work with the RN’s i work with. they QUOTED that idiot senate candidate to me! LEGITIMATE RAPE
    WHAT THE $*^&??????????????????????????????????????????????????

    it is reality and the gop is too damned stoopid to see it. gop gets suckered into the abortion/women’s issues every damn time. how’d that work out for us this time? utter destruction.


  58. coldwarrior
    60 | November 10, 2012 4:59 pm

    @ Iron Fist:

    good, collapse it.

    lets get it over with.


  59. heysoos
    61 | November 10, 2012 5:08 pm

    coldwarrior wrote:

    @ Iron Fist:
    good, collapse it.
    lets get it over with.

    I’m ready…been ready for 30-40 years


  60. 62 | November 10, 2012 5:09 pm

    @ coldwarrior:

    I think that is coming. 2016 is too late. We’ll be $21 trillion in debt by then if we make it until then. We can’t ever hope to pay that off. And all it’ll take is a little fluctuation in the interest rates to throw us into default. They don’t have to go up much. Just interest on the debt will be a huge line-item in our budget (if we even have a budget then). We’re screwed. I don’t see any good ending for this. I am just worried about getting my family ready to weather the collapse.


  61. Purre
    63 | November 10, 2012 5:20 pm

    National Geographic Channel has this show Doomsday Preppers. It’s pretty much done so people can laugh at them, though the more time goes by, the smarter the preppers start to look like.


  62. heysoos
    64 | November 10, 2012 5:25 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    @ coldwarrior:
    I think that is coming. 2016 is too late. We’ll be $21 trillion in debt by then if we make it until then. We can’t ever hope to pay that off. And all it’ll take is a little fluctuation in the interest rates to throw us into default. They don’t have to go up much. Just interest on the debt will be a huge line-item in our budget (if we even have a budget then). We’re screwed. I don’t see any good ending for this. I am just worried about getting my family ready to weather the collapse.

    too much can happen between now and then to predict…I have kids and now grand kids myself but it’s folly to say what’s going to happen…wait and see


  63. 65 | November 10, 2012 5:41 pm

    The ‘Hope-a-nomics’ disaster: one company’s horror story


  64. heysoos
    66 | November 10, 2012 5:45 pm

    just waiting for the uproar when BO signs an EO to bail out the CA and Ill unions…that’s when the shit will really hit the fan


  65. yenta-fada
    67 | November 10, 2012 6:54 pm

    1389AD wrote:

    I’m not doing too well at the moment. Was in the ER yesterday on account of pre-syncope, bradycardia, and ongoing weakness/sweating and chest pain.

    Said no evidence of recent MI or clot, but that I really need a stress test.

    That’ll have to wait until I have the wherewithal to pay for it.

    Meantime my husband’s high BP is still a major issue, still unresolved.

    I’m so sorry to hear that your medical problems have flared up. Prayers for you and your husband. I would think that you are more stressed than usual because of his health problems. Yet, here you are posting for Caturday. Thank you for that.


  66. 68 | November 10, 2012 8:24 pm

    yenta-fada wrote:

    1389AD wrote:

    I’m not doing too well at the moment. Was in the ER yesterday on account of pre-syncope, bradycardia, and ongoing weakness/sweating and chest pain.
    Said no evidence of recent MI or clot, but that I really need a stress test.
    That’ll have to wait until I have the wherewithal to pay for it.
    Meantime my husband’s high BP is still a major issue, still unresolved.

    I’m so sorry to hear that your medical problems have flared up. Prayers for you and your husband. I would think that you are more stressed than usual because of his health problems. Yet, here you are posting for Caturday. Thank you for that.

    Actually, I had the Caturday post up ahead of time. But thanks!


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