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Yea, they're still full on going. The internet makes our worlds smaller not larger so you're forgiven for not knowing this these days.
My old band played with Juniper a few times. The drummer for The Middle Ages grew up with those guys and is still mates.
 

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Tryna remember school, we had no one famous in our year but our main concerns would probably be a) do they get any time out of class for it and b) we are not otherwise interested unless there's some decent gossip to be had.
We had a girl who told everyone she wanted to be a model and its safe to say....The entire class DESTROYED her. Poor thing.
 

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I used to be a model. It was a fairly niche gig though, I went to a couple of cardiology conferences and someone would use an ultrasound on my major arteries and project it onto a big screen to show off the fancy ultrasound machine they were selling. I got some weird compliments about my carotid artery.
 

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I got an MRI last Saturday, and I'm still waiting for my ENT to call me and tell me I'm not dying of a brain tumor, or indeed, am dying of one. I was not expecting them to give me a copy of the MRI on a disc, is that par for the course now?

Anyway, I freaked the shit out of myself looking at gifs of my brain, and am now in limbo.
 

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I got an MRI last Saturday, and I'm still waiting for my ENT to call me and tell me I'm not dying of a brain tumor, or indeed, am dying of one. I was not expecting them to give me a copy of the MRI on a disc, is that par for the course now?

Anyway, I freaked the shit out of myself looking at gifs of my brain, and am now in limbo.
Same
 

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I got an MRI last Saturday, and I'm still waiting for my ENT to call me and tell me I'm not dying of a brain tumor, or indeed, am dying of one. I was not expecting them to give me a copy of the MRI on a disc, is that par for the course now?

Anyway, I freaked the shit out of myself looking at gifs of my brain, and am now in limbo.
Yeah that's par for the course alright, so any specialist you see you can show them the disc. I suppose you're more likely to hear back swiftly if there actually is something wrong.
 

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....... have you heard of the Cervical Smear Tests controversy?
My last smear was around the time that it was in the news a lot, and I did have some minor things show up. Anyway, they got back to me in like 2 weeks, compared with the 12-15 weeks it had taken on my previous one. Nothing like bad press huh.
 

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I got an MRI last Saturday, and I'm still waiting for my ENT to call me and tell me I'm not dying of a brain tumor, or indeed, am dying of one. I was not expecting them to give me a copy of the MRI on a disc, is that par for the course now?

Anyway, I freaked the shit out of myself looking at gifs of my brain, and am now in limbo.
I think they're just struggling to find your brain tbh
 

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I got an MRI last Saturday, and I'm still waiting for my ENT to call me and tell me I'm not dying of a brain tumor, or indeed, am dying of one. I was not expecting them to give me a copy of the MRI on a disc, is that par for the course now?

Anyway, I freaked the shit out of myself looking at gifs of my brain, and am now in limbo.
I could look at it but I’m not an actual medical doctor. If everything looks symmetrical then there’s nothing hugely out of place, and you can expect to see small little white scars (usually one per decade of your life is normal). Usually they will contact really serious cases quickly so hopefully you can take that as a sign of relative normality.
 

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I could look at it but I’m not an actual medical doctor. If everything looks symmetrical then there’s nothing hugely out of place, and you can expect to see small little white scars (usually one per decade of your life is normal). Usually they will contact really serious cases quickly so hopefully you can take that as a sign of relative normality.
While you're at it could you prescribe me some quaaludes?
 

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