Hospital Stay UPDATE: “We Live”

by Scott Creighton

Hi all.

Yes, I am back from the hospital. They took good care of me and hopefully my clotting ratio will be within a therapeutic range from here on out.

“malterwitty” posted by article “9/11 Shock Opera… Act 4 – Building 7 and Flight 93: The Grand Finale that Wasn’t” on What Really Happened so I expect a few conversations about that today. Published on May 25, 2009 it’s still one of the best pieces of analysis I’ve written on the subject so if you haven’t had a chance to read it, you should check it out.

I want to thank you all for the kind words of support you left on the earlier hospitalization article. Though I wasn’t able to reply from the hospital, I could read them on my cell phone and they were very encouraging.

I also wish to thank Jan10. Poor thing had to hobble around my house and look after all the four-legged critters running around this zoo which is no small feat.

I will be back at it today sometime a little later (it’s 3am eastern). Seems like yesterday was a kind of a slow news day anyway, unless of course you think of Donald Trump’s kids killing animals and hip-hop “beefs” as “news”

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Anyone know what this part of the coolant system is called?

by Scott Creighton

Hi guys.

Anyone know what this part of the coolant system is called? I have to replace or repair it and I can’t find a single mention of it in my cheap Haynes manual (don’t ever buy one of those)

I just finished coughing and cursing my way to replacing the water pump… which didn’t fix the problem… and then I found two pin-hole leaks in this freaking thing.

I found a diagram on the interwebs but it fails to mention 1. where the diagram comes from and 2. what the fucking part is called.

On the left side it connects directly to the water pump and the right, it takes in cooled water from the bottom of the radiator.

Taking the thing out was a major pain. It tore up my hands to the point where I felt like I just woke up after a dinner date with Bill Cosby.

:)

If you know what it is called, I would appreciate you letting me know. If you think I should take it and beat myself to death with it, you can feel free to let me know that as well. Thanks.

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Making the Site Private Not a Workable Option So I’m Leaving it As Is …

by Scott Creighton

It turns out that turning an established WordPress site like mine to a private one is a bit tedious to say the least. It involves a great deal more than simply clicking on a setting and sending out password notifications. I have to send out invitations to users who wish to become “viewers” and I think they have to register with WordPress for that to happen. With over 500 subscribers who follow my blog and another 200 or so regular viewers, that would be a very time consuming process.

It would take days even a week maybe to send out that many invites and frankly, I’m too lazy for that kind of effort.

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Starting Monday the Website will Be Private

by Scott Creighton

Hi again. I have decided starting Monday the website will be going to a private format. All of you guys who wish to continue using it will be given a password (I think that’s how it works)

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Have a good weekend. I’ll see you soon.

by Scott Creighton

Hello all.

Things here at the old website might be a little slow this weekend due to a couple factors.

First: I’m heading over to the dreaded doctor’s office in a little while and recent developments might require further… testing. Oh, I’m fine. Just a little chest pain every now and then and swelling in the old leg. Don’t think the new blood-thinner they have me on is all that it’s cracked up to be (imagine that. It was approved around the same time Obama mandated people carry private insurance and this new drug reduces costs paid by insurance companies considerably). I don’t know what they will do, those good-hearted doctors, but if they put me back on the old medication, I will undoubtedly have to go for a series of tests somewhere. May not be back in til later this evening.

Second: This is Mother’s day weekend and I will be doing something with Mom on Sunday. Maybe I’ll try to fix up her little car a bit or do something for her as she does so much for me all year.

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