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Pathos in the Plumbing
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Yesterday's comic was inspired by the fact that I woke up with a mildly sore throat on Friday. Now to be honest, I'm a big baby when it comes to getting sick. You can forget about me even coming into work for a day or so; at least until I can get my shit together.
Fortunately it's the weekend, and I was able to get it soothed. I made some homemade chicken noodle soup, and that pretty much helped knock the sick right out of me.
Of course if I hadn't been able to take care of it right away, and I had pushed myself to work or what have you, I would currently be a flaming bag of snot and pain. I really don't need that right now.
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