6. Guess which member of the team sent this one along
5. Virus 
Oh great. Doing a series of experiments here. This one was trying to read a dead tree book, admittedly about Kennedy. Thirty seconds – convulsions. OK, can’t go online, can’t read a book, what next?
4. Needs Salvini to ride in
… take them all to the edge and tip them over.
3. Virus 
Not theirs, the one I still have three days of. The surefire way things are better is when the fingers don’t burn when the ipad opens, the eyes don’t blur and the point in the throat doesn’t get triggered – it was that way for half an hour last evening. Progress.
Today, even now, the non-radiation has radiated out and convulsions are triggered. The ipad is interesting. To test Ivan’s theory, I put it six feet away, flat on a box looking up, started a youtube and went over to a seat. I could not see the screen. Convulsions within a minute. Went over and closed the ipad down, about three minutes later I was fine again.
This was also the case a few years back when I had the skin lesions from the epoxy or the glue from the ply. A side effect was exactly this I’ve just described with the devices. If it’s not radiation, then whatever it is – non-radiation perhaps – it’s pretty aggressive.
This might be the last post for the day, let’s see if things improve.
1. Valentine’s Day message
I would suggest that if she’s had more than three over the journey, that number being subsequent husbands, then not only is she truly a skank but she doesn’t understand the female metabolism.
As for men, I immediately think of Charlie Sheen as one of the worst. Would you make your body available for one of these?
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]