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patty, you must watch this! by Sophie-Louise on 26 January 2007 1:36pm
 
watch this, it's so cute. poor little thing!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY5PMT-_rLg
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by peripatetically on 26 January 2007 3:12pm
 
Aaaaw, that's such a good site, Sophie-Lou! Thanks for sharing it with me. I've been watching the dachshund movies all morning. lol. They are such comical little guys and so curious, as you can see.
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by peripatetically on 26 January 2007 3:27pm
 
Aaaaw, that's such a good site, Sophie-Lou! Thanks for sharing it with me. I've been watching the dachshund movies all morning. lol. They are such comical little guys and so curious, as you can see.
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by Lounge Trekker on 26 January 2007 6:17pm
 
That'd be a tough health issue to live with!

Here's a driving tip for narcoleptics: If you dream you feel bumps on your left...turn right. If something feels wrong on your right...turn left.

Lounge Trekker
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by Sophie-Louise on 26 January 2007 9:05pm
 
poor poor dog. even if it's a unpleasent thing to live with you have to laugh a little bless him!!! i mean what if he was going to the loo when it happened!!!! i don't want to think about it! LOL
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by peripatetically on 27 January 2007 12:53am
 
Yes, that first little narcoleptic dogie is such a love. Poor little fella. Kiss kiss kiss for him/her. Wish I could scoop him up and give him a hug.
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by johnnythemonkey on 27 January 2007 12:59am
 
My wife once had a colleague who suffered from narcolepsy.I told her to sleep it off!But seriously ,it is a dreadful condition.
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by peripatetically on 27 January 2007 1:09am
 
I once had the task of trying to teach an intern hospital medical technological techinques and other lab related knowledge. It was finally decided by the higher ups that this person had to be told not to pursue a career in this field. She kept falling asleep in the middle of sentences and discussions and at the microscope. No way would she survive in a critical hospital setting such as that. It was a shame, but she knew nothing and learned nothing from us. I have no idea how narcoleptic people make it through life. Hopefully there is a support group to which they can turn.
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by johnnythemonkey on 27 January 2007 8:36am
 
The meetings would be a great laugh,Patty.
Are you awake at the back!!
 
Re: patty, you must watch this! by peripatetically on 28 January 2007 4:06pm
 
There were no meetings. It was one-on-one . Each member of the department took turns teaching different things. All of us experienced the same things with her.... falling alseep, not remembering anything, not knowing anything....
 
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