Friday, March 5, 2010

Good day for psychic

Today, I had a very good day on my psychic testing. These occur more often if I really key into when I should take the test. Time of day seems to be really important to me. The second place person got 8.2 to 1 odds, I got 1676.2 to 1. Yeah, I'm smiling. (www.gotpsi.org)

User ID Odds Hits Trials Hits/trial
1 autumnforest 1,676.2 to 1 81 25 3.24
2 qwerts 8.2 to 1 571 220 2.60
3 homehhh 5.9 to 1 108 40 2.70
4 Mary voodoo 3.7 to 1 119 45 2.64
5 bdross77@msn.com 3.1 to 1 54 20 2.70
6 ariver29 2.2 to 1 53 20 2.65
7 Waterlilyqueen 1.9 to 1 192 75 2.56
8 Barbara105 1.6 to 1 52 20 2.60
9 mahala 1.6 to 1 52 20 2.60
10 dlombness 1.0 to 1 546 218.4 2.50
11 NUKESTA77@HOTMAIL.COM 0.9 to 1 75 30 2.50
12 MORGANA 55555 0.9 to 1 50 20 2.50
13 juaneros 1.1 to 1- 157 63.2 2.48
14 fallguy 1.5 to 1- 857 345 2.48
15 periwinkle 1.8 to 1- 60 25 2.40
16 K55 2.2 to 1- 96 40 2.40
17 lenemor 2.9 to 1- 157 65.4 2.40
18 Blavatsky 3.1 to 1- 46 20 2.30
19 nightstalker 3.1 to 1- 46 20 2.30
20 sgg344 3.1 to 1- 46 20 2.30
21 mff626 3.3 to 1- 153 64 2.39
22 Johnnypo 3.3 to 1- 70 30 2.33
23 raymondo 6.4 to 1- 44 20 2.20
24 Odessyus 9.6 to 1- 491 205 2.40
25 licorna 11.1 to 1- 66 30 2.20

7 comments:

  1. you've earned your email name, havent you??
    and,i did have a needle biopsy a cpl wks ago, & my endocrinologist called me & sd it was "inconclusive", so she recommended surgery...

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  2. Hey Libby;
    I get it. I had cervical cancer at 17. (mom took DES during pregnancy). It was a horrendous mess, especially because I had military health care--no offense, but my doctor drank on the job! I had a lot of big decisions to make at a young age, which probably made me go into the medical field and make me skeptical when doc's want to yank things out. I fought hard for my parts and managed to have a son 8 years later, so I'm glad I had a tendency to question authority. Have you talked to your doc managing the MS to find out if the hormones you'll have to take will affect your MS meds? You will basically be euthyrmic, which means, without thyroid hormones and will need Synthroid or similar hormone for life. On the plus side--it might help you put a few pounds on which I think you could use. I'm such a mama bird, but you put up with me. Love you for it!

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  3. autumnforest-oh, i cannot even imagine the duagnosis of cerical cancer, at this age, not to mention 17! you are SUCH a strong person to have gone thru that!! did you purposely have your boy quite soon after that? i wouldve! (sorry...that's kinda not my business, is it?)

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  4. also, dr v is going to meet with my ms dr & my gp next week....i go to both mon & tues...surgery wl be scheduled after that, probly late in the wk!

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  5. Libby;
    Excellent! Yeah, They tried to get it with cautery--burning (ouch) and then ended up taking out a big part of the cervix, but I managed to have a kid anyways--was a high risk pregnancy but sooooo worth it! When I was going through the cancer thing, I kept thinking...someday I'm going to have a brown-eyed blonde-haired boy named for Alex Van Halen (I thought it was an awesome drummer) and that he'd play drums. All those things came true! There's always hope even in bad things. I can't explain it, but I would not be who I am without all I've been through. I am thankful for even the most awful things. They gave me texture and depth and a real appreciation for life and love.

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