jkdjeff28 karma2020-05-08 15:38:46 UTC
Hey Bill, I tried to say that we love you in a comment but it wasn't a question, so it got deleted. So I'll say it here.
My actual question: I'm one of the volunteer moderators of the official RiffTrax Twitch channel. Have you watched it much? You've joined us in chat a couple of times and it's been great to have you, but what do you think of it overall as a way to let people watch older RiffTrax together?
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jkdjeff15 karma2020-05-08 16:45:51 UTC
I love this response!
First off, RiffTrax/MST seems to attract really nice people. The work of being a moderator is overall very easy. But we've also tried to use you guys as a model of the community we want to foster; snarky, but never mean.
I've set up a couple of commands that will help promote HATE MAIL in that channel; if you need anything else, don't hesitate to reach out, either here or on Twitch.
jkdjeff3 karma2020-05-08 16:06:23 UTC
Then you know to fear me! Muahahaha!
jkdjeff2 karma2021-12-29 18:08:55 UTC
I had a colonoscopy a few years ago, propofol was used to sedate me.
When I woke up in recovery, I felt horrible. Worst sore throat I have ever had. Couldn’t even really swallow saliva, could barely speak. I was given a note with my discharge paperwork that mentioned a possible aspiration into my lungs while I was under (I was then rushed out while still half conscious).
Ever since then I have had chronic sore throats and laryngitis after even limited amounts of speaking. I’ve gotten differing opinions from ENTs that I have seen; one said it looked like I had been intubated, another said she just saw inflammation. The GI doctor insists that even aspiration didn’t happen, much less an intubation.
I don’t even care about legal liability, I just would like to know the truth. Any guesses based on your experience?
jkdjeff1 karma2021-12-29 20:26:42 UTC
Thank you for the reply!
The whole experience was...not a good one. A nurse (not in anesthesia at all) friend of mine says that it's unlikely that I wouldn't have been intubated, if I did aspirate (the GI doctor continued to insist that no intubation was done). Is that consistent with your knowledge?
Like I said, I don't care about any legal action at this point, I just would like to know what actually happened.
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