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GERD, The Sims 2, Gay Authors, Writing

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Well, after a lot of tests, the doctors tell me I have GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease... very strong, non-stoppable heartburn). They haven't tried hooking me up with the purple pill (nexium) yet or prevacid (my mother is on that one). I've been prescribed Protonix for the moment and it has cut off the worst part of the acid reflux. So, this is the update of why I've been feeling so shitty lately.On the good news side, I got a 5% raise on my review. This is the most my cheap-ass company gives out.My copy of The Sims 2 Expansion Pack (Sims 2 University) came in. I spent much of yesterday raising 3 boys with my gay couple. The boys were biological the sons of both men. There is a neat trick when forming a family. You turn one of your cute guys into a woman... pop out the kids you want... then turn her back into your cute guy. (this is in the create a family area). Boom, instant gay family with two biological fathers. :D The three boys are teens now and they are getting pretty good at playing the new guitar, drums and bass that comes with Sims 2 University. :great: Excellent game. :great: As a side note for the site, I posted the other day that I was going to be switching servers. This is moving ahead slowly, as it takes time for certain things to be set up properly. It is very close though. Switching servers will change our transfer limits dramatically. This will allow for a MAJOR expansion, assuming I can find the kinds of authors I'm looking for. I also have a lot of upgrades in process for the Story Archive. These changes should allow us to greatly expand the archive. :) I've already posted some of the major updates in The Cafe, and there will be several other ones as well.People will also be happy to note that I've been writing again. Things are not going as well as I would like, but I have added to several stories including HP&POD 30, Three-Edged Sword -Fred Chapter 1, Psionic Corps 3,4,5 (Not sure which order I want events occurring so there is a huge volume of stuff that is equal to complete chapters and a bit of a third. Once I figure things out, then I'll have a full chapter compete for posting.) and last is Aryn. I get the most requests for this story, perhaps because it is so short? The plan for Aryn is to be about 3 chapters. They will be large chapters.

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I too have GERD and am on Nexium. If you go on the purple pill, be aware of one thing: it seems that stomach acid is a natural antibiotic/antivirus, and that when you negate the stomach acid, you are eliminating one of your body's primary defenses against getting flu or pneumonia. I can't quote sources here but did read about it several weeks ago and talked with my doctor about it. As a result, during the flu season (or when I felt I was coming down with something), I discontinued the Nexium until "it" was past. I now tend to take it less frequently.

 

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