Crimson_Jew0329 karma2015-07-07 19:55:58 UTC
This seems like something Corey would try to do. I was at a Slipknot show in Lowell, Mass around 2005 or 2006. Corey noticed a guy driving a motorized wheelchair around in the crowd and demanded that security bring the guy up onto the side of the stage so he could see the show better. Whenever there weren't any vocal parts he'd go over and shoot the shit with the dude.
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Crimson_Jew0326 karma2019-03-04 17:05:51 UTC
Not one of the doctors but I very recently just had a colonoscopy at 33 years old and caught my stuff while they were still precancerous polyps. I have a family history of colon cancer and was having some bleeding which turned out to be something else but if you have a family history absolutely go early. I'm glad I did because if I had even waited to 40, which was recommended to me because of family history, It may have been cancerous at that time. If worse comes to worse you can set up a payment plan usually with the hospital in which you can set how much you can afford to pay. They basically would like to just get some money and a lot of the time you can usually settle with them if you have been paying faithfully for a good period of time for a specific amount.
Crimson_Jew0321 karma2020-03-02 20:09:27 UTC
Seriously man, you need to double check your insurance. Some plans cover it under preventative now. I was able to get one at 33 because of my family history.(Father and Grandfather both had Colorectal cancer). I am incredibly thankful I did because they took out a couple polyps that were on their way. You may be able to make a case for preventative with your family history too.
Crimson_Jew0319 karma2020-05-08 16:04:18 UTC
Hey Bill just wondering, did you guys ever figure out if there actually is beer on the sun?
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