Bill in hospital

Bill in hospital

Since I haven’t seen any discussion of this here, I thought I’d let

people know that Bill P is in the hospital, probably for about 5

more days, due to heart problems that seen to have been caused by

not using his O2 enough. Allie says that if he starts using it all

the time, not just when at home, things should be OK.

  • Avery
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That is not good news but it is not terrible news. Thanks for keeping us posted.

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-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Avery Andrews <Avery.Andrews@ANU.EDU.AU>

Since I haven't seen any discussion of this here, I thought I'd let
people know that Bill P is in the hospital, probably for about 5
more days, due to heart problems that seen to have been caused by
not using his O2 enough. Allie says that if he starts using it all
the time, not just when at home, things should be OK.

- Avery

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Sat 13/06/2009 11:00 PM
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001993 06/12 157 From: Richard Marken <rsmarken@GMAIL.COM>
                  Subject: Re: More on Schouten article

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Just out of curiosity, how did you hear about that in Australia, well ahead of us?

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Fred Nickols
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Distance Consulting, LLC
nickols@att.net
www.nickols.us

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-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Avery Andrews <Avery.Andrews@ANU.EDU.AU>

Since I haven't seen any discussion of this here, I thought I'd let
people know that Bill P is in the hospital, probably for about 5
more days, due to heart problems that seen to have been caused by
not using his O2 enough. Allie says that if he starts using it all
the time, not just when at home, things should be OK.

- Avery

-----Original Message-----
From: Control Systems Group Network (CSGnet) on behalf of CSGNET automatic
digest system
Sent: Sat 13/06/2009 11:00 PM
To: CSGNET@LISTSERV.ILLINOIS.EDU
Subject: CSGNET Index - 11 Jun 2009 to 13 Jun 2009 (#2009-153)

Index Date Size Poster and subject
----- ---- ---- ------------------
001993 06/12 157 From: Richard Marken <rsmarken@GMAIL.COM>
                  Subject: Re: More on Schouten article

The sizes shown are the number of lines in the messages, not counting
mail headers.

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and include the original text, just as when you are replying to a normal
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interested in, and make sure your reply is going to
CSGNET-Search-request@LISTSERV.ILLINOIS.EDU, and not to
CSGNET@LISTSERV.ILLINOIS.EDU.