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Comment by Chuck Lin on April 26, 2009 at 9:52am
The guy who took the video was my office mate Duke. He also has a video of me on the floor passed out. He thought I was taking a nap, I was actually having a heart attack.
Comment by Amylia Grace on April 26, 2009 at 9:43am you tend to favor your stomach as a site? For years (as a kid) I refused to use my tummy, but once I tried it, I realized it hurt less than many other areas, and to this day I still have some scarring (lumpiness) from using the same spot repeatedly...after 20 years you kinda run out of places to inject, and the insulin I was on back in the day was different than now....gotta say, I used syringes for like 17 years, the pen for a year or so and then on to the pump, which I know is not for everyone, but it makes life so much easier (no falling asleep without taking insulin, no constant jabbing, etc. etc.). Thanks for sharing the video of your (former) work life with diabetes! Looks like you were part of a fun crew...
Comment by Sarah Kay on August 12, 2007 at 9:59am
hahaha human dart board and carnival tricks? my goodness! Hope you are getting paid for that!



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