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the syndrome that has no name [Apr. 23rd, 2008|10:14 am]
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(fine, it probably has a name)

I had a nice birthday weekend with lots of celebrating and stuff, which may have led to whatever the hell happened to me.

The defining symptom is a sore throat, although calling it a "sore throat" doesn't do it justice in my opinion. Feeling feverish (although the actual presence of a fever is somewhat in dispute) and having chills are pretty important parts. Stomach queasiness and a general malaise are secondary but still fairly prominent.

I'm feeling somewhat better today, although my throat still hurts (time for another painkiller!) and I'm pretty low-energy.

Saturday we walked around downtown (djedi's sister Leigh Ann was staying with us) and went to the Alamo Ritz which is a very nice theater. We saw "Smart People" which was an odd but fun movie, and before the show they had old educational science videos which was pretty awesome.
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From: blamantin
2008-04-23 10:53 pm (UTC)
They filmed some significant percentage of "Smart People" on CMU's campus and in Pittsburgh. I haven't seen it yet though to see how recognizable it is.
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[User Picture]From: gregstoll
2008-04-23 10:54 pm (UTC)
They definitely refer to CMU (the main character (I guess?) is an English professor there) and I did recognize a few shots :-)
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[User Picture]From: skimmerduk
2008-04-23 11:58 pm (UTC)
Aww, I'm sorry you're sick! Did you rule out strep (white splotches are not necessary!)? I hope it's not, as I would then feel responsible (they told me I wasn't contagious!), but if it is, the medicine has a fair chance of wiping it out in a day. But then you might feel well enough to see people, thereby perpetuating the problem ;)
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From: spchampion
2008-04-24 04:21 am (UTC)
the syndrome that has no name

Andromeda?

I kid, I kid. Your blood isn't solidifying.

Feel better! :)
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