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I just wanted to let everyone know that @CPUWIZ has been in the hospital for the past several days.  He went in after an ucler ruptured and was told by the doctors if he had waited much longer he wouldn't have made it.  Since being admitted, there have been other issues that have come up as well.  CPUWIZ has been a friend of mine for many years and has been a moderator here at AtariAge for nearly as long as the site has been around.  He has also helped us with various circuit board designs over the years for different systems, and has helped many others with their projects over that time.

 

I'm hoping that he'll be released from the hospital soon so he can continue his recovery at home.  If you would like to send some positive thoughts his way, you can do so in this thread, and I'll point him to it.  He has limited internet connectivity and I believe he only has his phone with him, but I'm sure he'll stop by as he's able.  Just don't expect him to respond to any personal messages or emails at this time.

 

Get well, CPUWIZ, we're rooting for you!! 

 

 ..Al

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So sorry to hear CPUWIZ is going through all of this. I have had many conversations and dealings with him for many many years....just a great guy that does not deserve the hand that has been dealt. Here's to a speedy recovery and good news soon.

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@CPUWIZ Hang in there my friend. Wishing you a speedy recovery. And like Al stated 2020 has already sucked enough.

 

You are an amazing contributor and innovator in our community and we don't want that changing any time soon. 

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@CPUWIZ All the best for a speedy recovery.  If the doctor clears you for hot sauce once you're out, I've got a couple of recommendations for you.

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2 1/2 days in a coma and now my liver is fucked too.

 

Thanks Al and everyone.

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Such terrible news!  It's all too easy to take one's health and strength for granted.  Best wishes that yours recovers soon, CPU.

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Get well take care of your self We have you in our thoughts and prayers

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Poking and prodding, countless IV’s, just had another one earlier, 4 hour Magnesium drip.

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CPUWIZ--

 

I always appreciated your help around here.  I only hope your get the help you need to pull through this.  All my best to you and your family.

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5 minutes ago, Andrew Davie said:

All the best for a speedy recovery. You're a valued member of this community.

 

x1000. So glad to hear that this was at least caught in time and is being treated. Health and family above all else!

 

 

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Ouch. Get better, man.

14 minutes ago, CPUWIZ said:

Poking and prodding, countless IV’s, just had another one earlier, 4 hour Magnesium drip.

I know the feeling, spent a month in the hospital once >__< Had an allergic reaction to one of the blood transfusions, my arm swelled up like a balloon. Good to know how to turn the IV off if nobody else is around and something happens.

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7 minutes ago, Asaki said:

Ouch. Get better, man.

I know the feeling, spent a month in the hospital once >__< Had an allergic reaction to one of the blood transfusions, my arm swelled up like a balloon. Good to know how to turn the IV off if nobody else is around and something happens.

So sad to hear stories like this. I went through a spate of requiring (routine) frequent bloodwork about two years ago, and frequently frustrated nurses who couldn't stick my mischevious veins. I encouraged them on through the bruising by telling them I was giving them free reign to stab a lawyer. :)

My favouite question to the techs: "so, how did you get into phlebotomy?" The blank stares I received usually made me giggle. 

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