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Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
28 Aug 2013 11:14PM

Quote:From my experience Paul,it will be an autograft ( bone taken from the patient ) and is usually taken from the iliac crest ( as was the case with me) .


He had his op yesterday and they fused C1, C2, C3, C5 and C6 and fitted metal plates, but they did not use bone for the grafts, they used something called collagen Bone Graft Matrix.

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tj e2
11 2.0k England
29 Aug 2013 3:46AM
Paul, my wishes are with him.
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
29 Aug 2013 6:49PM
Thanks
30 Aug 2013 4:20PM
Two things ordered from HK on ebay on the same day. One arrives in three days, the other is still not here...
6 Sep 2013 6:21PM
Huh, Graham, that grump is miniscule. What about this - winter has started, bucketed down today - got soaked twice, cold and windy, all the swallows were on the wires 2 afternoons ago, and I was going to go out today to photograph them, and also the bluebells. Heating on tonight, full belt. Used to go out to the pub to save on heating, but nowadays heating is cheaper than beer. It is a sad life, but at least I think I am happy, therefore I am, or might be.WinkGrin
Mozzytheboy e2
4 701 3 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2013 3:10PM
Poxy ar5ed neighbour with his radio turned up full blast so we can hear it in our bungalow with the doors all shut! I guess 'they' will always be the number one reason why people move!
7 Sep 2013 7:26PM
Mozzytheboy, Put up with it - I have to go and sit in the kitchen every night because of Emmerdale, Crunchynation Street, Eastenders, etc. Neighbours in the afternoon; Pointless; Usual suspects; And now tonight, Strictly Dancing; OMG. I wish I lived near you, it would, or might be paradise.
This group is now up to 341 members, are you the latest ? If so, you are entitled to a humungous big prize from ade.Grin
7 Sep 2013 7:35PM
Am I the Champion Grump in this forum ? It has taken me 20+ minutes, 3 restarts, then unplugging the router, and eventually getting on to EPZ. Replied to Mozzeytheboy's post, (to cheer him upSmile)and then I went to Film Cameras to post a query. Bloody laptop switched off - battery had run down. Goodnight all,hope adrian and all the clever b-g-as don't latch onto this, - they will have a field day.SadGrin
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
7 Sep 2013 11:18PM
Am I not a clever b-g-a as well?
Deeply offended.
Hope your battery is well & truly deid! Tongue
joolsb 10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
8 Sep 2013 10:46AM

Quote:Pointless;


Pointless is ace! You can't beat the Alexander Armstrong / Richard Osman double-act. I reckon he should ditch that slacker, Ben Miller, and take up with Osman full time… Wink

Agree about the rest, though. What a grim list.
JJGEE 9 6.4k 18 England
8 Sep 2013 11:00AM
I think my Minolta spotmeter needs re-calibrating but it is probably going to be easier just to buy a new meter than finding somewhere to get it re-calibrated. Sad
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
8 Sep 2013 3:42PM

Quote:I think my Minolta spotmeter needs re-calibrating but it is probably going to be easier just to buy a new meter than finding somewhere to get it re-calibrated. Sad


What make you think this, have changed your camera ?

Meters should be calibrated against the camera your using, its pretty pointless sending it away or buying a new one,

Buy a new meter and it will still need calibrating, see here.

http://www.frankdoorhof.com/site/2011/08/calibrating-the-light-meter-some-quick-notes/
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
8 Sep 2013 4:03PM
Our son is out of hospital now, and another long healing process to get him right, pictures arn`t great, he took these using his mobile phone.

4-leon.jpg

10 Sep 2013 7:55PM
Who uses Aviva Insurance ? Well known name, etc. My local insurance agent recommended them for renewal of car insurance. - No cheque accepted, debit card, yes. credit card, - extra fee. Paid on the dot at the start of August. Told that I would receive correspondence from them within 7-10 days, including certificate of insurance. Nothing received. Phoned agent this pm and he said, " It is to be expected from Aviva."
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
10 Sep 2013 9:33PM
New name for the totally discredited Norwich Union Insurance. Co.
New name but same old performances. Shower of conmen & charlatans.

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