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  1. I had a very severe attack of pancreatitis in March. Was admitted to Tera Nova hospital in Guadalajara. I had emergency gall bladder surgery that day, not laproscopic, due to infection. I was in the hospital five days and the bill was $8,700, including Doctor. I consider that very fair. Sounds like you were paying too much.
  2. This is the InogenOne G4 oxygen concentrator, including a double rechargeable battery which provides up to 5 hours of concentrated oxygen. You simply plug it in to recharge the battery. The machine is small and lightweight (about 2 pounds) and has an over-the-shoulder carry bag. You can use it anywhere -- home, car, plane, any mobile environment. This is the latest technology and fabulous if you need supplemental oxygen -- no oxygen tank involved! Price is 52,500 pesos, which is less than the retail price. It has been used on two occasions for short periods of time. Check out Inogen products on-line, then let me know if you are interested.
  3. Please contact my wife for additional information. Her # is listed above. thanks
  4. Raptors blew their best chance last night. Just terrible last 2 minutes. Probably lose big at GS and though to beat GS in one game final. We'll see, but when you have the game in hand you gotta take it.
  5. An amazing book on the topic is Fritjof Chopra's The Tao of Physics.
  6. Thanks for all the replies. I have found some schrooms on my golf course that appear to be the tall, thin variety of pysilocibe mexicana. I will do some more research online. If I do find some cubensis I will know them at once as their are several indicators. It has been 45 years since the lat time I used them. I never had a bad experience and thought I'd enjoy doing them once more. The closest thing I ever had to a true religious experience was while doing them. I've been doing some reading about new discoveries in modern physics and the relationship with mystic beliefs. Might be enlightening.
  7. I picked the same ones your're talking about from Texas in Georgia. Pyslocibe cubensis. Picked them dozens of times and there were certain things that you could look for to make sure they were the right ones. Never got sick or died. But, it's a different variety here.
  8. Small amounts were legalized for possession ion 2006, so I assume that is still the case. When I was in graduate school 45 years ago in Georgia I used them several times and found them to be an incredibly illuminating and fun experience. The variety in Mexico has a different appearance, but I believe I have seen them on my golf course lately after the rain. In the southern US they grew in cow pastures after a rain. Is anyone here familiar with the local variety? If you wish to PM me instead of replying on the thread I understand, but believe they are legal as I said.
  9. Stuff at Superlake the other day was not fresh. Any other sources?
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