Dakar Fever Detected in Oregon Hospital
Thursday, December 29, 2011
I spent a couple days in the hospital right before Christmas and the medical field was somewhat confused. Apparently my symptoms didn’t quite match what the CAT scans and X-rays were saying. After much ado about diddly-squat, I was sent home and told to take it easy for a week – so much for our highly paid medical professionals. During the down time I was able to do some soul searching and get in tune with the old body and mind. Thanks to the infallible online medical resources and moto media, I successfully self-interpreted my suffering as a result of the often misdiagnosed Dakar
The severity of my intestinal affliction indicates that this was a virulent strain of disease. Clearly the virus had mutated with the introduction of some kind of South American strain of Montezuma’s Revenge. Lo and behold, I immediately started a strict diet of Internet fodder, a complete array of easy-to-digest Chilean maps, vitamin-fortified roll-charts, Lima bean soup and soothing Andes mountain mints. I hear there are many folks similarly afflicted as we approach January 1, 2012. My remedy seems to be working, but here’s an instructional video for dealing with this scary new sickness.
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