Are you sure? Or are you just saying that to be yourself? I haven’t watched Amadeus since it first came out and I could have sworn at the end he’s a bloody mess. It’s been a while since someone came down on me. sigh guess I couldn’t go on too long without something like that.
what happened? I mean, shit, man, are you OK? I can’t be the only one who’s wondering [I]why you coughed up blood out of nowhere and had to go to the ER, and then gave no information whatsoever about what the problem was?!?!?!
[/I]If it’s private, that’s cool, I’ll shut up and be a quiet, rude jerk over here. But fuck, I had to ask! And whatever it is, I hope you get or have gotten better.
Cystic Fibrosis - and it’s probably an infection that ate through the wall of a blood vessel in my lung. I already had a 3 week course of IV antibiotics in August, but ther’es an area in my lung that didn’t clear up. It’s not so much the blood that’s frightening, as it is the gurgling sound and not knowing if the area will clot on its own. Emergency bronchoscopies are super horrible.
I have Shodan on my desktop. So far she’s just taunting me … with no help in sight of becoming a cool borg-like monstrosity. errr literally she is! my desktop (below)… the Win XP system sounds I have assigned (give each one ~ 15 seconds to loadup):
Right disease, wrong movie. There’s a scene in Immortal Beloved where Ludwig van Beethoven confronts his brother Caspar Carl van Beethoven. Carl collapses on the floor and begins coughing up blood, at which point Ludwig realises that his brother is dying of “consumption” or TB.
There are scenes in Amadeus that are similar to what you describe, in which Mozart is struggling to perform Die Zauberflaute or to compose the Requiem while suffering from a raging fever. However, there is no blood or sputum in any of those scenes.