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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Well, I guess it depends... if you're lucky, the rest of it won't hurt, and that's why it will be the most painful part... because of the two parts that hurt (the first one being the accident) it's the one you're able to anticipate :-)

    I had an accident in 2000, in my bike... In one of my injuries, in my right hand, I had a guy literally scraping dead tissue from a part of my hand for about a week or so... and *that* was the most painful part... of my hand... because my leg was in a far worse condition th
  • What does A&E stand for? "A-something & Emergency"? Here in the States, A&E stands for "Arts & Entertainment", a cable TV channel.
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    • Oh good, not just me!

      I was thinking "Matt got on TV for having a body pain?"

      Maybe they were doing a special on people getting hurt though. {grin}

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    • Accident and Emergency. Funny as I thought this was an Americanism that we adopted since we used to call it "Casualty".
  • I only had one experience of A&E in the UK. I was doubled over with abdominal pain and was dreading a lengthy wait, but they saw I had real problems and saw me almost immediately. So I guess the worse you look, the shorter you wait.

    It probably would have looked bad on their monthly stats report if you'd 'bled out' while waiting.