I am back

Survived a bit of nastiness. Thank to my editor who did a great job. Grunt to grunt.

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28 Responses to I am back

  1. blue peacock says:

    Glad you’re back, Col.

  2. Pat Lang says:

    Brain bleed, too much banging around 300+ jumps. Maybe bad prescription.

  3. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Your thoughts and voice were missed, no slight to your editor implied.

    Permit yourself time to recover, even if it runs counter to your nature. Twice I have looked over the edge due to medical reasons, but God saw fit to lift me across the valley; both times it was a long fight back, yet here I am, still willing. May it be thus for you, too.

  4. walrus says:

    Thank goodness. Rest your brain. Think pleasant thoughts.

  5. Eric Newhill says:

    Good to hear, Col Lang. A lot of us were praying for your speedy recovery.

    Did anyone look into the potential connection to the covid vaccine you had recently? I recall you were saying you had not felt well for some time after receiving the shot.

  6. Barbara Ann says:

    Best news I’ve heard all week Colonel. May I also take this opportunity to wish you a belated happy birthday.

  7. akaPatience says:

    Colonel Lang, I wondered what was going on but thought perhaps you were on vacation. I’m happy you’re back and hope you’re well. Yes, when in doubt, it’s wise to suspect medicines, especially if a new one just began or the dosage of an old one was increased. Unfortunately, they’ve been the culprit several times in my family’s ailments.

  8. Desayuno con diamantes says:

    Sorrry to hear and glad you are back, colonel.
    I was missing you, becau,se eventhough you never talk too much, it was strange you did not say even “mu” for a whole week, no comment, no post…

    Asked here about you, but answered nobody….

    Could it be the ModeRNA venom?

    Welcome!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCKZiu2IdXM

  9. Polish Janitor says:

    Your humble Polish pilgrim prays for your speedy recovery Colonel. I hope you get back to 100% mode soon.

  10. Fred says:

    Welcome back sir.

  11. Harlan Easley says:

    Happy Delayed Birthday, hope you heal up well.

  12. ditto says:

    I read regularly but rarely comment.
    You were missed.
    Wecome back.

  13. Pollychrome says:

    What a relief: THANKS for telling us, honored Colonel.

  14. Deap says:

    Your presence was immediately missed. Something intangible simply was not there. Thank you for the report – you are a vital force, even if only electronically. Best wishes to you and yours. Take care.

    (PS. Were you taking Vit E supplements – they can be linked to “brain bleeds”. Also some chronic genetic cystic kidney defects can also be linked to cerebral aneurysms.)

  15. Rick Merlotti says:

    Best wishes and feel better. Your voice was missed, informed as it is by an unique personal history, varied studies and intense experiences. (I’ve been reading Tattoo this afternoon).

  16. Artemesia says:

    I’ve never jumped from a plane but just spent 4 weeks in hospital recovering from aneurysm — still dealing with brain fog. Do you suppose the malady is spread digitally? (Experts say my condition has a genetic component: father had an aneurysm when he was about my age.)

    Glad you’re getting through your challenging time and wish that you may build back better.

  17. Bobo says:

    Glad to hear your back in shape, you were missed. As time permits would love to hear your take on the Redstate & DIA story as some of it was sketchy.
    Things are hopping out there and our government seems to have fallen to a very low level and needs direction on how to get back on its feet.

  18. Ishmael Zechariah says:

    Col. Lang,
    Our prayers are with you. Hope you recover fully.
    Ishmael Zechariah

  19. robt willmann says:

    I was getting very concerned as last week went on without any word, as various microbes were said to be in the air, whether described correctly or not; vaccines from emergency use authorization have been presented that can have side effects; and so on. Feeling better and back doing something of interest is wonderful news.

  20. Bandit says:

    Glad to have you back.

  21. optimax says:

    Glad you’re back, Col. Missed your writing.

  22. J says:

    Welcome back Pat.

  23. John I. says:

    Colonel,
    A speedy recovery and belated “Happy Birthday”!

    V/R,
    John

  24. Steve+G says:

    Speedy recovery for you sir.
    Hope it is not the vaccine side effects.
    One friend and relative did have a
    Bad reaction but nothing too severe
    So far.

  25. PRC90 says:

    Glad to see you back, Colonel. Take it easy if possible and enjoy yourself if not.
    Regards from Australia.

  26. Warlord says:

    Dear Col.,

    I’m glad you’re doing well. Welcome back.

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