cuatro años

13 mayo, 2009 :: 15:51 | Esto es puro abp

Pues más o menos por estas fechas cumple este blog cuatro años :);):P

Para celebrarlo pensé en hacer una recopilación de diez entradas del blog. Primero no sabia con que criterio elegirlas y lo de mas visitadas o más comentadas ya esta hecho de forma permanente. Así que decidí no tener ningún criterio salvo el de que me llamara la atención al revisarlas cronológicamente y al final me han quedado cuarenta.

Os invito a hacer un repaso conmigo…

>> Hola mundo

>> el post más difí­cil

>> odio la tónica

>>Peter de Sève

>> y yo también

>> Arte Ilegal

>> el niño que olía las cosas

>> Reencarnometro

>> de caballos de cartón, de lecciones no aprendidas, de la tristeza post-navideña, …

>> tocando el cielo (un poquito)

>> bienvenido/a, ¿buscabas algo de kukushumushu?

>> aplicandome el cuento

>> espósame

>> La persona accidentada ha sido llevada a un lugar seguro. Arrancaremos en breves momentos.

>> avive el sexo y despierte

>> Querida Maite :)

>> Pedro Márquez, la momia del arroz

>> el laberinto del fauno (17)

>> loba nazi (12)

>> ¿Conoces a Walt Disney?

>> medidas del pecho ideal

>> cómo me gustarí­a que me amasase unos tallarines

>> tú eres caperucita y yo soy el lobo

>> enseñame las tetas

>> una sincroní­a

>> el oso que le gustaba el vodka

>> filtro verde natural

>> algo se mueve a bote pronto en Irán…

>> Entrada #360

>> Yo, anoréxico (cuento inconcluso, augusta biblioteca pública)

>> Y yo, señor Dickens, y yo (5)

>> Jim Lee es un All Star

>> Adam Hughes al lado de casa (post con kit salonero incluido)

>> La (im)posibilidad de Power Girl

>> Las chicas de las portadas, mi amiga Miriam y los concursos de vacas

>> Malta: sol, santos y decadencia

>> los noPosts

>> Azul de lapislázuli

>> mi Fénix Oscura de Pigmalión

>> me van a sacar los colores

10 comentarios en “cuatro años”

  1. Mythos comenta:

    ¡Felicidades!
    A seguir siendo constante.
    Mi blog también hará pronto cuatro años aunque el mío no ha tenido mucho movimiento en los tres primeros y ha sufrido varias reformas y cambios de nombre y pérdida de archivos xD

  2. Pigmalión comenta:

    ¡Qué barbaridad! ¡40 posts! ¿donde ha quedado tu mítica capacidad selectiva?

    pues eso, felicidades ;)

  3. amorao comenta:

    feliz cumple !!

    Cuando tenga un momentillo, me recorro esa peazo selección, seguro que encuentro muchas joyas.

  4. dvd comenta:

    Perdón por el retraso y gracias muchachos (ninguna femina se anima a felicitarme?)

    >> Mythos, la idea es seguir. Contra viento y marea, hacer lo que te apetece, poco a poco sin soberbia simplemente andar.

    >> ¿Selectivo yo? La verdad es que me parecio un poco excesivo pero que narices… 40 post de casi quinientos que tiene el blog ya me parece bastante selectivo (o no)

    >> Amorao, la idea era hacer un pequeño comentario de cada una de ellas pero al final no lo he hecho :S:S:S

  5. Carmen comenta:

    Muchas felicidades!!!

    Comento, aunque sólo sea por alusiones, que uno de los post con los que repasas tu trayectoria es mio. Por cierto, que el título del post en cuestión habla de algo que según tú no existe, un color.

    Un beso y que escribas muchos más…

  6. dvd comenta:

    Gracias,

    Exacto, por eso lo puse… ese y el del filtro verde natural…

    Otro beso para ti, guapa.

  7. Noelia comenta:

    Felicidades. Me das sana envidia. Tu blog es muy digno y visitado. Eres un excelente blogger. El camino es largo pero ahí estamos. Un abrazo.

  8. Anais Nit comenta:

    Enhorabuena!

  9. dvd comenta:

    Gracias por partida doble :);)

  10. Eren comenta:

    In 96 mayo saved my life as I had a brain tumor. Just out of the blu in October 2012 my vision went bad in one eye and emretxe pain from waist down my blood pressure went up and my pulse well over a hundred. None of the local doctors could figure it out. They sent me every ware with no results. So I went back to the local doctor and he suggested Mayo. After the doctor and my self fought for 2 weeks to get me in there, I was denied. After telling my wife I was gonna just gonna lay on the couch and drink beer and die. My heart rate went down to at least a 100 bpm. Then I decided to look at my Email. Their was a Email from Mayo asking for a donation for some research project.WOWMy pulse went from a 100 bpm to 175 bpm. I was disgusted and angered you don’t wanna help me but you want my money. Funny! I’m useless , on STD and have no extra money and need to conserve funds so when I’m gone my wife can keep the house and feed our son. So I emailed back to Mayo with my frustrations about there request and how they denied me. Not thinking I would get a response. I was shocked and impressed when I checked my Email later and there in the inbox was a response from Mayo. There response sent me into a whole body numbness. With a pulse of 200 bpm. They sad sorry and that some people have more acute problems than you. and I could file for a review though. And how do they know how acute a person problem is with out even seeing them. So I forwarded the Email to my wife at work. She was mad and her and her staff started to wright a letter to the paper and the media with all this info. I asked her to wait. Ill try one more time to get in to Mayo. So I went to an old school doctor who spent an hour and a half with me he compared all my recorded back to 1996. He contacted me a day later with his finding. he sent me a letter with that info and what kinda doctor I needed to see. So I tried one more time to get an appointment at Mayo through there online appointment request. With in one hour I received acall asking for more info, I faxed it to them right away and about 2 hours later they called me with an appointment. I have been down there most of this week and will be back next week. I’m up in neurology/surgery. I have two doctors working on it. One Doctor is beyond excellent and One is average. Both have gave me there time. I feel I know what the problem is and it is visible to the doctor on multiple scans. The two doctors don’t think that’s the problem at this time. But not ruling it out. They have sent me off to other departments that are not there specialty to rule out other possible cause. The best part is the two doctors in neurology are the ones following me through in other areas not related to them. Now that’s how I remember Mayo back in the 90s. Don’t give up hope. They have some saying about hope. hold them to it. If after all this and they tell me they don’t know. Ill be the guy sleeping in a sleeping bag there. They have every medical resource available there and they can figure it out if you get a doctor that is willing and if you don’t, get a diffident doctor. I remember one of the doctors asked me what my time frame was ,and how much I wanted to travel back and fourth. Um odd question I thought. But I’m here to stay to get on my feet or go home and die are my only options. pulse is staying right around 100 bpm now. cant imagine ticker can tack it to much longer like that. So I do have my sleeping bag handy just in case they say I don’t know.My opinion would be to just show up there. If you have Insurance or some cash. There is nothing they cant check out.

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