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So on Thursday my friend, Jasmine was saying my heart hurs and I thought it was heart burn then my other friends Lindsay and Adriana took her to the nurse and then she went to UMC Quick care then she had to go to the Hospitial We did not find out until the next day we found out the she almost died and we found out what was wrong her heart was beating was too fast
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post #2 of 25
Thank goodness your friend is alright now though, right? \
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So on Thursday my friend, Jasmine was saying my heart hurs and I thought it was heart burn then my other friends Lindsay and Adriana took her to the nurse and then she went to UMC Quick care then she had to go to the Hospitial We did not find out until the next day we found out the she almost died and we found out what was wrong her heart was beating was too fast

Tachycardia's no fun.

I was in the hospital for the same thing, due to a rare reaction to a prescription drug. My heart rate was hovering around 170 for hours.
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Thank goodness your friend is alright now though, right? \

She's alright I went to her house today and she said it still hurts but not as much as when she went to the hospitial and I got her a get well present an iPod Shuffle anyways she cant laugh because it hurts her heart
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post #5 of 25
I wonder if she has lactic acid build up in her heart? Is that even possible?
post #6 of 25
sure it's a muscle, but that isn't the cause.

regardless, why are we accepting MacBookAir77's inability to write grammatically correct sentences?
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Because midwinter hasn't read this yet...
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post #8 of 25
He's 13.

Still doesn't quite write for his age level.

post #9 of 25
Well, in his defense, English isn't even his native language.

I'm sure I probably write in Spanish like a 13 year old boy...

(That doesn't sound right.)
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post #10 of 25
I'm sorry your friend was in the hospital.

That sucks.

Take your friend somewhere by the sea. That's what I advise.
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sure it's a muscle, but that isn't the cause.

I don't think so. Two things in the body are guaranteed oxygenated blood. The brain and the heart. I'll posit that the heart cannot suffer lactic acid build up. I would say that the heart can "bonk" but not build up lactic acid.



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regardless, why are we accepting MacBookAir77's inability to write grammatically correct sentences?

Because who cares?
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Tachycardia's no fun.

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We did not find out until the next day we found out the she almost died and we found out what was wrong her heart was beating was too fast

I hope your friend is doing better, and it was just a temporary condition. VT is nothing to fool around with, I had some fainting episodes back in 2005, and after diagnosis ended up having an ICD implanted and an ablation treatment. The ICD has saved my life 5 times since then. Hopefully your friend's condition won't warrant that extreme of a treatment.
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I don't think so. Two things in the body are guaranteed oxygenated blood. The brain and the heart. I'll posit that the heart cannot suffer lactic acid build up. I would say that the heart can "bonk" but not build up lactic acid.

? Can't or won't?

There is nothing special about the heart's metabolism that prevents it from producing lactic acid.




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Because who cares?

Because, like, language matters. If we accept poor expression from the next generation of speakers, and they accept poor expression, etc, the language will eventually lose all expressive meaning.
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post #14 of 25
You mean like that movie Idiocracy?
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Well, in his defense, English isn't even his native language.

I'm sure I probably write in Spanish like a 13 year old boy...

(That doesn't sound right.)

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I'm sorry your friend was in the hospital.

That sucks.

Take your friend somewhere by the sea. That's what I advise.

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He's 13.

Still doesn't quite write for his age level.


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sure it's a muscle, but that isn't the cause.

regardless, why are we accepting MacBookAir77's inability to write grammatically correct sentences?

Well I type really fast sometimes skip the keys and my parents are from Mexico and this thread is about my friend being in the hosipital not my grammar
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post #16 of 25
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So on Thursday my friend, Jasmine was saying my heart hurs and I thought it was heart burn then my other friends Lindsay and Adriana took her to the nurse and then she went to UMC Quick care then she had to go to the Hospitial We did not find out until the next day we found out the she almost died and we found out what was wrong her heart was beating was too fast

Sorry to hear about this. My dad had some bouts of heart palpitations for a few years back when he was in his like early 50s or something. He is 68 now, doing fine. That was just for a few years in like the early 90s.

He is a Pediatrician, and has some Cardiologist friends. They all couldn't figure out what was happening, despite many tests.

If anything, makes you look at life in a different light, etc. Time for some meditation and prayer.
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...regardless, why are we accepting MacBookAir77's inability to write grammatically correct sentences?

Because she sounds like she is actually a female which makes her the first on these forums.
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Well I type really fast sometimes skip the keys and my parents are from Mexico and this thread is about my friend being in the hosipital not my grammar

Don't take them too seriously. As mostly guys on these here forums, being emotionally supportive is very difficult for some of us.
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Because she sounds like she is actually a female which makes her the first on these forums.

No it doesn't. And there have been others long before me. Gone sadly. But not forgotten by many.

Anyway, give her or him the benefit of the doubt for now.
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post #20 of 25
I think you are confused nvidia...
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Well I type really fast sometimes skip the keys and my parents are from Mexico and this thread is about my friend being in the hosipital not my grammar

Atta baby! Someone's ready for PoliticalOutsider...
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post #22 of 25
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Well I type really fast sometimes skip the keys and my parents are from Mexico and this thread is about my friend being in the hosipital not my grammar

Great! My parents are from Philadelphia. Doesn't prevent me from pronouncing water correctly. Why don't you try to learn to go beyond the limitations of you parents?
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post #23 of 25
Glad your friend is doing better, MacBookAir77.

As far as grammar goes, it's not that so much as the lack of punctuation. Just throw some commas in there, a period or two, and all will be well.

Because if you write entire thoughts without any punctuation keep sentences going never give the reader a chance to to take a breath it gets hard to read the whole thing some people will give up part way through then you will have less sympathy for your friend so you are doing different from what you wanted to do and whats the point of that since the comma key is right there and so easy to press?

I mean, they have punctuation in Mexico, right?
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post #24 of 25
English is also not my native language. I think that you are overreacting over MacBookAir's grammar. We can understand everything he says, and overall his language seems to be rather good. The only problem, as it has been stated, is the absence of commas. It doesn't prevent me from getting the essence of his thoughts though.

MacBookAir77, I hope your friend will be okay!
post #25 of 25
Not really, Full_Steam_Ahead. You, as a non-native english speaker, have used proper grammatical constructions to aid in the reader's interpretation of your statements. MacBookAir77 is just being lazy.
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