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grega

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2009, 08:52:21 am »
Hey Steve .... you betcham!   The cool, interesting, descriptive words always catch my eye .... specially as relates to what's listed on my MRI report .... they're fun  ;D

All seriousness aside, this is one of the great things about this forum .... a bit of humor, as needed, among friends who have only met thru a keyboard and digital pics.  Back before the turn of the century, I never woulda thunk it possible!

Thanks for your welcoming smile and the wonderful support you provide!
Greg

BTW ... neat pics of you as a kid and your family on a previous thread.  Brings back memories.
« Last Edit: July 10, 2009, 07:11:26 pm by grega »
1.5 cm AN retrosig 11/04.
Drs. Henry Brem & Michael Holliday @ Johns Hopkins, Baltimore
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BAHA since 7/20/10 ... really helps w/ hearing, specially after programming in subliminal message: "Hey, don't listen to your tinnitus!"

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2009, 11:42:32 am »
Jan, Lisa & Mike.... and of course Steve ..... as a follow-up to my post #13 on this thread, I did relate the story of me introducing my baha tester to beer couple months ago .... see the thread started today by Phyl called something such as  the comical world of having AN

She asked for stories that add humor to this crazy AN situation .... so I thought it as good a time as any to tell the truth about my damp tale.

have fun finding it.

Greg
1.5 cm AN retrosig 11/04.
Drs. Henry Brem & Michael Holliday @ Johns Hopkins, Baltimore
SSD right. Tinnitus big-time, only when thinking of it.
BAHA since 7/20/10 ... really helps w/ hearing, specially after programming in subliminal message: "Hey, don't listen to your tinnitus!"

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #17 on: July 12, 2009, 10:58:27 am »
Found the beer tale and laughed my BAHA off  :D

Good to know the device is beer proof - this will be valuable knowledge for many (Lori comes to mind)  ;)  :D
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Left AN 3.0 cm (1.5 cm @ diagnosis 6 wks prior) SSD. BAHA implant 3/4/08 (Dr. Battista) Divino 6/4/08  BP100 4/2010 BAHA 5 8/2015

I don't actually "make" trouble..just kind of attract it, fine tune it, and apply it in new and exciting ways

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #18 on: August 10, 2009, 03:48:35 pm »
« Last Edit: August 11, 2009, 06:51:55 pm by mikjul1 »
:) BORN IN THE GOOD OLD USA :)
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BAHA surgery on 4/21/09 Dr. Carla Lawson
BP100 turn on date 8/13/09

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #19 on: August 12, 2009, 09:11:11 am »
Hi friends .... getting back after a week golfing in South Carolina.  Just a tad warm and humid .... but lotta fun chasing that little white ball!

Thanks Mike for the BP100 links ..... really looks nice .... I'm gettin excited as I plan to venture into baha-land sometime in the fall.  I'm specially excited to see that it can automatically adjust to give the best sound quality based on the listening environment.  And that these have water-resistant cases .... but no word on beer-resistant .....  :o   :D

Side note .... have fun in Chi-town this week, and please report back on baha-related info.

Thanks .... and keep  ;D -ing !!!

Greg
1.5 cm AN retrosig 11/04.
Drs. Henry Brem & Michael Holliday @ Johns Hopkins, Baltimore
SSD right. Tinnitus big-time, only when thinking of it.
BAHA since 7/20/10 ... really helps w/ hearing, specially after programming in subliminal message: "Hey, don't listen to your tinnitus!"

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #20 on: August 16, 2009, 11:04:02 pm »
Greg -

just did a little BAHA update on Mike's thread about his new BP100.

Check it out.

Jan
Retrosig 5/31/07 Drs. Battista & Kazan (Hinsdale, Illinois)
Left AN 3.0 cm (1.5 cm @ diagnosis 6 wks prior) SSD. BAHA implant 3/4/08 (Dr. Battista) Divino 6/4/08  BP100 4/2010 BAHA 5 8/2015

I don't actually "make" trouble..just kind of attract it, fine tune it, and apply it in new and exciting ways

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« Reply #21 on: July 31, 2010, 06:45:29 am »
I think we all get a little bit distracted from the main topicstarter's theme
... and that's the Mods job to help keep you all on track.... stay on topic folks! :) Phyl
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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #22 on: July 31, 2010, 10:46:39 am »
Guilty as charged.

But in our defense, do you realize this thread is almost a year old, Phyl?

BTW, anyone know what happened to Mike's profile picture?  That is definitely not him - doesn't even look remotely like him - unless he's changed drastically.

Oops!  Guess I'm off topic again  :o
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Left AN 3.0 cm (1.5 cm @ diagnosis 6 wks prior) SSD. BAHA implant 3/4/08 (Dr. Battista) Divino 6/4/08  BP100 4/2010 BAHA 5 8/2015

I don't actually "make" trouble..just kind of attract it, fine tune it, and apply it in new and exciting ways

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #23 on: July 31, 2010, 10:49:52 am »
Also, who changed the subject line of this thread? (Helen James and Phyl's posts)

Something fishy is going on here.  Are we being hacked into?
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Left AN 3.0 cm (1.5 cm @ diagnosis 6 wks prior) SSD. BAHA implant 3/4/08 (Dr. Battista) Divino 6/4/08  BP100 4/2010 BAHA 5 8/2015

I don't actually "make" trouble..just kind of attract it, fine tune it, and apply it in new and exciting ways

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #24 on: August 01, 2010, 07:02:55 am »
Also, who changed the subject line of this thread? (Helen James and Phyl's posts)

Something fishy is going on here.  Are we being hacked into?

saw that Jan when I did my post. Will see who is doing what and when..... Thanks. Phyl
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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #25 on: August 13, 2010, 11:34:00 pm »
Can somebody teach me how to upload my own photo?

SSD left side since February 2010. Baha surgery May, fitted with Ponto July.

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Re: A New Cochlear Baha BP100 replacing the divino
« Reply #26 on: August 14, 2010, 10:43:21 am »
Do a search on "posting a picture".  There are many threads here.

Good luck.
Retrosig 5/31/07 Drs. Battista & Kazan (Hinsdale, Illinois)
Left AN 3.0 cm (1.5 cm @ diagnosis 6 wks prior) SSD. BAHA implant 3/4/08 (Dr. Battista) Divino 6/4/08  BP100 4/2010 BAHA 5 8/2015

I don't actually "make" trouble..just kind of attract it, fine tune it, and apply it in new and exciting ways

 


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