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I missed you.
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With four days to go until the launch of the new version the Simply Syndicated website and a new version of Simply Everything it’s time to be honest and look at things realistically.
Quite simply, it isn’t going to be ready in four days. There’s just no way, there’s far too much still to do. So this is me officially announcing that the launch will be delayed by a month.
I have chosen to delay for a month to make sure that the new system works and is good. I could get a version of it ready in the next week but I’m not changing the site to a system that isn’t complete. When the new system comes out I promise the wait will be worth it, and it’ll be even more worth it if actually works and can be used.
I apologise for the delay but it’s completely necessary.
We go eJuice shopping.
Anaesthetics are funny things. Some of them are considered to be local, making a specific part of your body loose all feeling with the aim of preventing pain during a medical procedure. Some of them are general, and I would argue, don’t stop you feeling pain, they just stop you being aware that you’re feeling pain, which isn’t quite the same thing.
I’m currently having a very interesting anaesthetic experience. It’s local, in my mouth, and came from my dentist. I’ve had two fillings, one on each side of my mouth. Believe it or not this is the first time I’ve had this kind of work done, not fillings, just the both sides of the mouth thing.
The injection went in at the back of my jaw from the inside. I hate that part. It’s not the initial penetration of the needle that gets to me, it’s the long slow insertion of the longest needle you’ve ever seen in your life. Time was that injection would take a good fifteen or twenty minutes to start working. These day’s it’s pretty much instant.
It’s so odd how the numbness moves forward. It started in the back, now the back is back to normal but I have no feeling, or control over, my bottom lip and tongue. I’m honestly dribbling all over myself right now. I look like I’ve escaped from a ward. The back of my mouth is aware that it’s very thirsty, but front of mouth has no idea what we’re going to do about that.
If anyone from Alabama would like to open a shrimp company with me, please get in touch.