Thursday, September 01, 2005

PDS

PDS in not a disorder recognized by the AMA however, it is real. PDS stands for permanently drunk syndrome.

That is how I feel about 20% of the time lately.

It all started when I went fishing with Adam. I had the wierd sea-legs feeling where everything is moving and rocking even though you are on dry land. It NEVER went away. Not for a whole week. Then it did. Now it comes back once or twice a day.

So I went to the Dr. today. He told me I don't have a brain tumor or anything else "scary or dangerous." So as long as I'm satisfied with that they will call it "undiagnosed vertigo." Cool with me. I don't need to take tons of tests to find out there is some miniscule problem they can't fix and he didn't seem to concerned so cool. Now I have "undiagnosed vertigo" and medication to take for it if I want. However, I still will call it PDS.

I wonder, if I do get really drunk and get the spins, can I take my medication and make them go away? Hmmmm... might have to experiment.

What you doing tonight Adam? Feel like a couple 40's of Mickeys?

--Chuck

Yes, yes I do. Too bad I have to go down to Fry's and try to buy some stuff to fix my laptop. The podcast has to be put on hold till I can get that fucking thing fixed so that has to be my priority. Sorry bro..........

Shit, nevermind, fuck it. When do you want me to come over?

--Adam

2 Comments:

Blogger Branshine said...

Sure..the old "the lap top is broken" excuse...Adam just doesn't want me to guest on the podcast!

9/01/2005 10:51 PM  
Anonymous Lucy said...

I know how you feel. I am also tormented by 'undiagnosed virtigo.' That is why I rarely drink or ride roller coasters and carry a tube of dramamine with me at all times.

I used to take the meds and they 'help' with the spins but make the hang-over not worth it. I guess I had the same idea as you...

9/03/2005 8:21 AM  

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